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,n J l"4w.
0 . wi.-"
becribo for Tiik Orb.
: 0. U. W. meet tonight,
dlounges and couches made to'cido
pod for sale, $7.50 per cord, J. Car
ts, 0. K. etrcet.
brnrv lamps and stand lamps just
$ttved at B. F. Graham's. t
in J. Overlook returned from Phce-
resterday on the afternoon train,
ips of Cochise county for. Bale at
oflke. 25 cents each. tf.
, )R SALE A first class organ. Ap-
?-iV Mra.Wm. Case.. JSl-2w
ternoon ' train came promptly on
t,!vour pictures framedatU. F. Gra-
in, hail or snow,' thai' watch must
V.l$J Hinkle, the jeweler, does that, at
' kit's shoe store. t
-"" : te rain we 'seemed yesterday after-
to have so much reason to look for
ot yet materialized.
1 kinds 'of upholstering and rep'air-
fono af.B, F. Graham's. t
hite pique skirts at reduced prices
ocrastination is the thief of time !
tave Hinkle, the jeweler, catch the
f. Blewetl's shoe store. t
kl Worcester Corsets.
at "THE FAIR."
tu)J,.ljne.of ladies' wool skirts, all
Si jttst roceived at BlewQtts.. all-tf)
ra. iizzio. uroucn anu xviss uertua
ig returned this itl ternoon from
you are of proper aire, Fly will take
Type for ypu; if a baby in arms
ill not attempt it. aul8-tf
Lie last excursion over the S. P. will
on Thursday, August 31."TTickets
for 90 dojs. au31-td
8 your watch have fits or spasms?
kle, the jeweler, cures them. At
lea jninmb- Davis camo in today.
Davis will teach in the public
1 here during the coming sessiou.
you want a new hat, neatly trimmed
it your taste, leave vour order at
o you, want jour old watch good as
?. -If so have it-repaired by Hinkle,
jeweler, in Blewetl's shoe atom t
kl Worcester Corsets.
? it "THE FAIR."
r Sale First-class Eate organ ;, $35.
. Jaak Lumber Co. au!4-lw
no new and 2 aeco nd-haud haruess.
I. Jack Lumber Co. auH-lw
ov. V. lioueris ion on wie uiuruuig
l lor Bendon, where he will hold
iouB Eervkes tomorrow.
test styles in millinery goods at
Ulewett's. - JO tf
ou can trade your old furniture or
es for new at B. F. Graham's.
yAL Worcester Corsets.
at "THE FAIR."
b ..-- - fa i a1 nil
Or WUtt A MKOTOUIH luraituw
te, good lou.contrally located. Rents
$15 per month. Only $o00. Apply
his office. - ' jy?
m. R. Uber,.deputy chief ranger of
Independent Order of Foresters, is
iu Bisbew for the purpose of organ-
u.u court ofiUiia-ordur.
l U)ueLieda nlca Hue in dinner
in decorated ohiua ware, a B. F.
" .John A.' Campbell, of the Copper
en office, came in on the afternoon
In accompanied by his wife and child.
. Campbell, with her little child t
hud au outing of several weeks on
i Pacific coast.
p kj:KKU, HysrsrslA Tahllts auk boiaI
'"tJa positive guarantee. Cures heart'
Wa raising of the food,, distress ufter
Jug oc uii.y. form of dyspepsia. One
tie tabltrt. gnuja immediate relief, -'o
and 50 cts. For. sate utBisbuo Drug
billies Itabrnc it in town toda from
ranch on the San L'edro. Ho has
ut 100 tons of Alfalfa hay, the pro-
t of a first cutting from his Held,
s year, aim is couirucung iur no ouiu
FOR SALE-One six-room house with
Hi and water connecMons; best loca
ii iu town. Also one extra lot. Can
it houto at $30 per month. Inquire
Otto Yon Kanel. a27-tt
Dvflilock, Hips, yesterday received a
' . . .1
Vload oh fttti hoas, corn fed,, recently
rchasod in the. Salt Riviur valley by L. f
OvurlotR Tho hoss will La hutch:
til to Kiipj ly AIuifH. Overlock'a pit-
WfKKU'a KMIMHIt HlIMbDY Vlf.U OTOf
louifh ut any tinio, mid will euro tho !
irdt cold iii twelve houru, or nionpy I
luiided. 125cta.wul.50.cta, For aalo
tU'o Di ui tore. j
nn. ... r.nn'rim linllnnt-nr i-nti'ii'n i
,OTU ,u..v, .,-. -". -n
1). A. .Muikuy, at. Chiaholui '
r. tale 4 hugo loonia and wardrobe uo WUt'd ucn xuiwi omvi.-,r-iv ouiu paya moio jiroporiioniuoiy w iiviub pin-1 ''J''JCXX--AXiX
wet includin"basomont; 2 rooma l'J.x ' aiid-eafo upUicution for tortured fleah. icy holders in settlement of policies. wV" " i
, kitchen IxTd; brtwrneiit floored 15x llewaio of counte.'foita. Copper Queen than any other company, it'a iiihh-J f
ater in hoie; healthy location; atore. ' , ranee ia gilt eil,o in every way. loroo- ah u J i om
d around, N. K of water work.j Contract Tabor continued to pour into gnitpm.. im" oiiO. A. Mwma.i. mlOtf
.n.bbtoneeanyon. Apply to J. F. llal-' Hawaii from Japan at tho rate ot about G H, Adams, N. W. (Jiiask, My' I'limnjsiniiu uauwiy ,nin-ur"
.. . ,...!,.... -. ni.:ui.ni..t ' iMift imin n mdiiili n lha luteat runorla AFniuiirfir. llesidont Auront.i inrliliiui of, Win. llanic, Ihcvnty
iier. or u. a. .ubimiji , uiiwu"u ," - o--- - ,, . -
The Church Social.
uito a lanre audience attended the
entertainment and elm re In social Kiven
by the ladies of the First MethoJist
Church, at the Opera House hiet night.
A well selected program, was- rendered
and those" who1 availed themselvtja were
highly pleased with the evening' enter
tafamenft. The unwic rendered by Pro. Schmid's
orchestra was'enjoyed by all.
The comic negro recitation by Miss
Cloid Thomas 'vas heartily encored.
The singing of the two little Patton
sisters was of the very best. The two
little ones pessees very sweet voices.
The piano duet rendered by Misses
Jennie and Bertha Hess was the best
tltat has been heard in Bisbee for eoine
time. Both young ladies show the
repult of hard, systematic practice and
study. By their execution of difficult
movements, it was clearly shown that
both young ladies are thorough masteis
of the piano. t
The vocal ,solq. by. Miss Nellie Hughes,
"Tbe song that reached my heart,"
was beautifully reudered and called
forth applause. For an encore she sang
"Sweet Nellie May."
The rendition of the favorite song,
Afterwards" by Miss Jennie Hess, was
tremendously applauded by an appie-
ciative audience. For an encore Miss
Hess Bang a little negro ditty, "Come
kiss your baby."
The march by 24 young ladies, under
the direction of Mrs. L. D. Hunt, was
very pretty. The movemeuts were
very graceful and perfect time w.is kept
with Jhe music. The-ajujiienco heartily
rqaponded with continued' applause.
The steriopticon views, some of which
were loaned, for the occasion by Flyy.tho
Photographer, were the best ever shown
After the close of the entertainment
ice cream and cake wore served' by the
ladies of the church.
The program rendered was aa follows:
1. Overture Orchestra.
2. Recitation Cloid Thomas.
3. Song Patton Sisters.
4. Duett (piano) Misses,, Hess.
5. Solo(vocaJ) MssN. Hughes.
G. Music .'Orchestra.
.7 Solo (vocal) Miss Hess.
8. Music Quartette.
9. Selection Orchestra
10. March Young Ladies (21).
11. Mub'ic Orchestra.
PART II HTCiiuopTirox.
I. Hialoiic.il views (finely coloreJ.)
Thid seiie uiiirv8!.sof viewd from the
landing of Columbus to the am render of
General Lee at Appomattox.
II. Home views (not coloied.) 1. Ge
ronimoi anil his Apache followers. 2.
Maricopa Indians. 3. Cowboy Life
round-up. .4. yiewfl(of Mexico, Tomb
stone, Sulphur Spring valley, Fort II ua
chuca, Bowie, Dragoons, Copper speci
mens from Copper Queen, picture of
George Warren, tho discoverer of the
Bisbee mines, etc.
PART III socmii.
Ice cream, cake, coffeo and. lemonade
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a hoiriblo Burn,
Scald, Out or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica
Sahe, the best in the world,, will kill
tho pain andipramptly heal it. Cures
Old Sores, Fewr Sores,, Ulcers, Boils,
FelonsP Corns,, all Skin Eruptions.
Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cts. a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by tho
BBlbee Drug Store and Copper Queen
In Connecticut the street railway
company involved is trying to settle
with the relatives of the dead victims of
tbo'Stratford bridge accident for nom
inal damages of $103 ou the supposition
of a painless death. This is according
to a decision recontly given by a Hart
ford judge, that under the law and pre
cedents there can bo no claim for full
damages of $3,000 for loss of life in such
caeei unless it can be shown that tho
victiuudiud in. pain and lingeringly.
'Our baby wb sick for a month with
severe cou.'h and catarrhal fever. Al
though we tiied many remedies she
kept getting worse until we used Ono
Minute Cough Curei. it leleived at once
and. auto hec ill. a. fow days." B. I.. I
Xaucq, Prim Uiii School, Bluffdale, j
Texas. Copper Ojucen store.
Marshall Field appears to bo thoiich-1
est itiaii iu Chicago. The newspapers j
there say that the board' ofi tax aesess
ment review had information which '
leads them to believe his annual income
is not fur from ?3,0000u0. That is 5
pur cent on $G0.000,C00.
LOSL A Ulccli JjDcfcet LooL, contain
ing several tfolli-i? '"i ii'vujvr busi-h of
keys and dome CttUitf.. A liaoal reward ,
will be paid for lid uilivu to this office. !
No queatwiW.iiilii'iL. A10-tf
Sento(S'vWoli)?t rolurna'from Euiope
wit It thu opinion tluit tho llritiah gov-
eiiiiiient etiti uour tet up ino uuM
riluIlli,.ui i India.
To this buro opinion
international himotullUm lua como ut :
Irrliatlnu: 8tiiiKa( bites, scratches '
wound uml cuts Hootlied and licalud by I
....., t,..l '
1600 men a month ao tho luteat reporla
fioni,lhe.itjlHiid4liiu - mt..
This morning Stephen Miller called
at the Orb office and stated that yester
day Mrs. Miller had, upon a visit to the
cemetery to look after the. graves of
members of her family who ate there
buiied found a ho0 grazing within
the cemetery grounds, nnu that the
grasses and plants that had been placed
by loving hands above the resting places
of tho silent ones, had been injured and
in some instances destroyed, piesuiu
ably by the animal she saw there, which
it was pubsequeutly learned is the pro
perty of tho man who is employed by
the cemetery committee as caiutuker
for tho cemetery grounds. The cue
taker states that his horso was thought
lessly allowed to bo looso within the
grounds while he, tho caretaker, was
employed in digging a grave. He hav
ing ridden down from his work in town
to dig thegiave. However, he was of
the impie&sion that it was not his horse
thateansed the damage complained of,
sirico in some places the cemetery fence
is in such poor condition that roving
stock have more than once recently
broken into the grounds. It is by no
means probable that such a condition
of affairs will be poruiitted to continue
after, the attention of the cemetery
commltteo has been called to the majjer.
The conjmiUeo M composed of'V- R.
Stiles, chairman; Emil Marks, A. W.
Sowle, Michael' Cunningham, John
Bowen, J. B. Apglus. Tho Onn is aware
that file ce'mete'ry association has been
hampcYod by want of funds. It such be
the case now, our citizens will surely
cheerfully respond to a call .npou tlit'in
for sufficient funds to protect properly
"our city of the dead."
Miss 'Yaple Not Dead.
The Oru of yesterday stated that a
telegram had been received heie an
nouncing the. death at Tombstone of
Miss Nellie Yaple. The information
upon, which the item was based came to
the Oku very directly and from u thor
oughly reliable soutce. However, we
are very pleased to aow be able to state
authoratively that the statement was
totally an error. By direct ndvices to-
day fiom Tombstone we learn that Miss
Yaple is not even ill.
The name and uddiebs ofialJ. members
of this order in Bisbee, is wanted by
Win. R. Uber, Room 21, Norton hoube.
FOR SALli The piopoityou Main
Street, known as the .Mansuia House,
furniture, etc. Apply on the pi finises.
J 27 lmo.
House to Rent Opposite Bessemer
hotel; five rooms and bath. Apply to
Y. R. Stiles at depot. an21-tf
Stop, Thief of Time, and have your
watch repaired. Hinkle, the jeweler,
stive's ou. tho seconds. Bluwets shoe
Fon galvanized" iron tanks and caut
teenb of all sizes go to C. A. Newman.
Short orders, at all hours, at the Can
Can, Oiner Barker, propiietor. tf
If you are in need of anything in the
job piintinj line give TusOnn a tiial.
RoyAL Worcester Corsets.
at "THE FAIR."
Our Una of. wall papr is tha very
latest, being-designs of WW.
If you. find ilic way
to our dental paTlbr? riyhb
now it may save you a lot of expanse
auihp.tiiva year from now. Some pt-opli-aren't
very nun-It concerned about
tronbles that are a year in the distance,
but a year will fly around in a verj fchot t
time. It's neither expensive nor pain
ful to have little cavities in the teeth
filled. You'll be obliged for tho hSi.
Wit. W. K.Cham units,
( IIiijIimImi ttil,ll,.
THEUHIOH AUTUAL LIFE IHSUHJtSiSH 8a2?AEY
OF rOHTLANI), MAl-Xi-:.
After 3 years extended iiiHiiimico sc
cuied nutonmticully hy the opoiution of
a statuto of tho Statu of Maine. The
only company in tho world doinir hmi-1 '
iit-ya under mieh n. k'Kal pioviaimi. It
MnnagCir, llesulont Ajront,1
Uhoonix., Bisbee,, Arizona..
FOUNll-A check for ?.H on Tiiluro County
niiiiltfntire. Lallfortitu. drawn in faor of
San Frinicifcco tirm. UvMior enn have- samo
b iiiosliis propoity nn.l pajiiiff for this
notice . J13f
WANTKD-A gooiI copper propertj, or
group of claims. Send full description of
pioroity, locution, distance from rnlhoad,
n ater, fuol, etc. Send suinplo of ore by mull
or e.pro-s prepaid. Address, KOBKUT
MURSHAM, 121 Camp St , l'rovldenco. R. I.
FOR SALE Ono medium heavy sot douhlo
harness complete, also one heavy hot chain
hartley" wltJiout collars. Roth sets hae
brecehiiiff u(1 In A-1" class shape. Apply to.
tho Old Kollulilo Transfer. J5tf
FOR SALU-Tho 0 K Harness Shop busi
ness, stock and ibrturos. Will ro.t room for
same. Apply to B.F. Gruham&Co, J2tf
FOUNU-A lady's bluck capo with lur
ti iinmiugs. O er can havosamo bj culliiif
ut tliUolnco and paying for this notice.
FOR KEM'-Four furnished rooms, bath
room iu connection without extra thai go.
Apply to S.K. Williams. ' J27-tt
' i .
COPPER IS THE. METAL.
The' Cochise Copper Mining Company,
This company owns a very valuable
gr'olip'-of mines situated in Warren
m'tning district, county of Cochise,
Aruona, lying immediately east of and
adjojning the town of Bisbee, and ad
jojn'ihg the property of the Copper
Queen Consolidated Mining company
on the north. The lattor company has
been in operation tor about twenty
years, and employs about 1,300 men
daily in the operation o its mnmrnoth
mine and smelters, and ass- a result
hasj)roduced copper to over 34,000,000
pounds during the year 1S98, and the
net'jproceeds of such production are
I rejxh-ted to have been over $2,000,000,
ana' il nus uceu sum oy expei lenceu
miners who have been under its em
ploy for years, that the Queen mina
now has sufficient ore in sight to keep
it in constant operation for the
next twenty years without furthei de
velopment. Is it no( 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
workings of the Queen property can
easily be felt and heard at the shaft of
our mine, and oftimes 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
snrroiindinir virinitv whn fire rininar
f ; their utmost to make this enterprise a
success in every respect. The board o:
directors are original owners, and are
donating their services to tho com
pany until such time as the mine -will
pay' dividends. They own the coil
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 subsciiptions, and a lim
ited number of uhares are offeied at
ten cents per share. No application
for less than 100 shares will be ac
cepted. The company reserve the right at
anytime to advance the price of shares
without further notice, or to reject any
application for stock at their discre
tion EVery cent received from the sale ol
stock will be expended toward the de
velopment ol our property and the
erection of hoisting works, and all
other necessary 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 shares may be made
to any or the directors of the com
pany, or to any of our legally author
L. C SHATTUCK, Pres.
J. MUHEIM, Supt. & Treas.
Q. W. HILL, Vice-Pres.
S. K. WILLIAMS, Sec.
NICHOLS & FLETCHER,
A representative estab
lishment raterinor to a
T ' representative people.
Gp Day and Nliit!
Attention, Smoke rs!-
V!u):iou want u tcin.ino
nlsil a I. coil mul.t, cr.ll Tut- tllo
JL,at4 Xos Nucionts,"
Mutloin oculL8. l'nr Kti!e cmt.n w litr
4 WORLD-WIDE CIRCULATION.
Vwcniy Pages; Wecklyjliluslratcd.
iMniSPrJJoADLE TO IVilHINQ MCN. ,
1ZS 1011ARS PER TEAR, IiSTPAID.
6AM Pvt CO"l8 fHSI. I
K1NIHQ AMD SCIEHHFIC PRESS,
B B At &k K.1 m b n HA Pti iMk
1 1 i
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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 moist 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 tc 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 desired can be had on oue coupon1,.
providing twenty cents is sent for each copy. Write
name and address plainly ; remit-in coin orpostage stamps-
To The Dally Orb,
Bisbee, Cochise Co., Ariz.
For the enclosed remittance cents
send me copies-of the Admiral Dewey Portrait
in colors, as described in today's' pape?-
Mining rscr r
Engineer. VBt-,y. V. VIUrIJ.,
ffe Assaying at Current Prices
Late Instructor in School of Mines, University of Missouri.
B. F. GRAHAri & CO, 1
-C GEO. DUNN, Proprietor
The Home Bakery
J. A. S. MILLER, Prop.
Is now open for business in the Duffy buildingr
Brewery Gulch, and is now ready to furnish patrons
with the best of
Fresh Bread, Cakes and Pies
At ed-Rock Prices.
He will also continue business for a time at the old '
stand, O. K, Stieet, next to
Did Ion Notice It?
tan p. 3 in rb
fi -- bay their
I C-A. Overlock & Bro.,
f Union riarfcei.
Keeps ou hand a large assortment of
PURE " DRUGS, HEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
Also a full line of the leading Patent Medicines, No
tions, Toilet Ai tides and Perfumes. Physicians Prescrip
tious Carefully and accurately Compounded.
Also a well wleetoiLbtock of the heal
WINKS, UQUJORS AND CIGARS
Ciril-nii'l Fe iw. .
f Iie'Man of the Hour.
Portrait of . .
. . In Ten Colors
S'ue, I4x2i inches.
Will be published by us shortly. It is
now being printed for us on heavy pa
U, S. Deputy
the Orb office
TF3 B H
ot the best people o Bisbeex
Meat and Bread of . .
4MB'ja.gKo o fto