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it VOLUME III
BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5. 9
. NUMBER 209
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A JUS T9Z7 ANTICIPATING PREP APING
your Boys and Girls for School ?
P Zre 7oit anticipating a Saving oil alb your
Purchases ? " !e
Are you studying the question " Where is the
oest place to do this most satisfactorily ?''
If so, we can answer you. - , ;. ,
'Oirr'Stork Is deplete wliU aliS'cK!5-
Nct !! 1 1 cs ; nr Goods nrv alt 2899
nuanufacture, axacS sar Prices ixositive
ly within the reach ol sail.
Br !i-(idiii jrith its your h'sir"s run h.' citstly
.( .((, urn! you edit x'rf just ;r!tttt you- need
at a big saving.
Dollars Saved by Trading With Us.
THE FAIR .... .
3-ULits t3a.at 3TIt,
Nothing is eo pvovokinc to the avornno man ns to liny n
new suit of clothca and find tlint tlioy do not lit. Suits
imulo'iu my filiop
Tliat is oncTenlisfnctioM you have in dcalint with mo;
nnothtr is, that you always pet tlie bctt of goods, flrst-i-)n8s
woik, and reasonable prises.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
A. QHArijPAGNE, The Bisbee, Tailor.
"iiwwf wmmim ipi niiimmigti"
NOHTOX-rI IJibpo, Saturday, Septem-l-cr2,
of inliamulion (if tho bowels.
Jorcpli Notion, nwl about 38 years.
Mr. Noiton ouno fiom Globo to IMm
liec'ubout two years njro and went to ih
Huucluiuaq to prusiniut. IIo thero louat
ct w vs:t iitiiiiiii; i:l :ii n - uliiuh mo now
Uiii!d' liimil to Mr. Lb;ivt:tt and mi
voiiMtlfiUil valuable property. Ho liai
brotlTer mw in Bisbee, II. It. Norton,
who "attended him during his last ill
ness, and gave all the comfort am:
assistance possible to the patient. Dr.
Carlton: attended him, but all skill wa?
nnavaiUng, and tlio pick man pnssed (
'An- unkiinv. n. Tin 1VUI1UI18 wt il liuiii",
ln.ility afternoon in the City ccuicterv
'IIfLRMAX-Tl.e infaiffeOn of M.
ami Msi- 'Cliiunian, who 'njurcn
"i-vci.il days; hini'e ( i-eM'it'lv tli.it :.'
1 .-nil I iv .'.ftct 'iiKin, and w.us li.'.'i"
yesteiuay. iliu entire community sym
pathizes with these young people in
their first and great loss, which, undei
i lie circumstances, is heart-rending to
Then rest little one in peace
Tho grave is n home that to all is
You have fled from the sorrows of eartli
To enjoy the glories of heaven.
The C. Q's. and A. & S. E's.
Poiace Livery, fef i SI Sli.
J - f;'. H:rr'f tVopriclor.
Finest Turnouts' "in the City,
in i iiiiiiiiii m ii
H( .s m-1 ' M:t v.ce1,-:, dpv or mo:iti' Hordes
bought and sold, Complete hack service. Hacks will
meet all trains; . Good, service, - . ; y
Upper HZain St. - Bisbee, Ariasona
Bisbee Transfer Company,
Freight. baggage and Express Delivered to any vart
of the -City
Prompt Service and $uiek delivery.
Assayer and Chemist,
RELIABLE WORK AT flODERATE PRICES.
Minjng properties placed tm commission. Mines examined
; , nml reported on. Correspondenco solicited. All work
-'promptly v.tteniicd to. . : ; t
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?T. P. WOOD. ? 4 1 'jnnington Street, Tucson, Anzora.
K" i (Juno iv W'ou'. I't.ivcr, Colo.
The game of base-ball to be played on
next Sunday, September 10, at baso
ball grounds at Don Luis, between the
C. Q. oQico men and the A. & S.E. team,
promises to be tho greatest ball game of
li.o season. It is hero that F. S. Web
ster, of Benson, will head a large dele
gation from his town, which will come
up to cheer tho railroad boys and to see
their star battery, Frank Armstrong
and Dustv Rhodes play ball.
The C. Q. general office team is hard
at work practicing, and have strength
ened -their .team considerably. With
their battery of the old reliables, Dela
ney and liruf, they think they will be
able to ilmw the A..& S. E. boys how to
it l.aiSl!)-: ' " h.i i-
ii . n.t.V in iht- . i o.iw ball i .
lie pltiycij at Don Louis Uae b.'il park mi
Sllil'l i -i'jjt . Kill: ln r, tu t' u !l! he
publ.--!M'd la'ur in 1 1
'i.'.H li.ive i i"- n yii-1 tor iioln
lo.uus .Uid ai''.- ;.!, . ..r "iy 1
A sou of General Caul tor, who u
he'avily intereated-in the South Bi&beo
properties, is in Bisbee. He had been
to' San Francisco to meet Lis brother,
who was just returning from the Philip
pines, and stopped off here to take a
look at his father's property.
Attention is called to the new double
column "ad" of B. F. Graham & Co. to
bo seen elsewhere in this issue of the
Ord. This Arm knows tho efficacy of
printers' ink judiciously used, and
thereby, in connection with their mam
moth stock of goods are bu'lding up a
splendid trade. Mr. Graham haa just
returned from the east where ho pur
chased, for the fall and winter trade, a
large stock of furniture and house fur
nishing goods, and as ho personally
supervised the selection of this stock it
is safe to say it is of the very best. He
also bought two carloads of buggies,
carriages, surreys an I buckboards for
use in their livery business, all of which
will bo hero next week. Give them a
Suriday morning a six-horse stag
loft. Tombstone with a load of passengers'
.The California Market,
' i L KEN.NEY BROS, Proprietors. :
home of w hum
iiu. in fcpssu.
ftt one mid 1 .
fright an i r.
SllKltilllP ' 'I
l.-l v.. s to t!i
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.in- I.o.sert tm
, iiii 'fti ing an I
Mrs. Houf. ami hrtl- d.mghtcr, Miss
Mouisc, retiiiifl yesterday from their
California ir.iting. M.ss T.ouise comes
imck to take Jior jio'-ition in the public
chooU for another year.
W. .7. Chiiii.1 vm.I I'nt you a sign for
"0u. or.$l.0(. ' .'fti'SUf
Mi Kditlt sioc.cwho has beerrin
Los Angeic- i )!' 'ohi.j vuvke uudeio'tg
iri'iUiueitt for I er eyciJ, returned home
yesteiday. fMie will resume her former
)o.iiiion as teacher otHhe primary grade
in our pubic school.
FOIL SALE The property on Main
Street, known as tho Mansion House,
furniture, etc. Apply on the piemisea.
Yon ate lootciui; fr .' ""aMat
'..! " io to.wt, aro yoi'? .lust Imp nua
Mc!vi tv l'ii;tayu-.'-,J You are hard to
please if imi cosyseort uotf miit
von. Their paltito tickler." aro of the
r litHt. too.
It the wchlern range cattle cell ac well
during the season as they have started
out, owners will have no' cause to com
plain. Drovers Journal.
Anita Lbpez was arrested today on a
warrant sworn out by Juana Barbara
for using profane and abusive language.
The defendant pleaded not guilty, and
the trial was set for tomorrow after
noon. Johnny Bluett went out on this
morning's train bound for Phoenix.
Johnny is working in the Temperance
cause, and went to tho Capital City as
a delegate to tho Grand JLodge of Good
Cemplars which convenes there tomor
row. Notice the "ad" of Logan, Demond &
Harby, a law firm, office at 27 William
street, New York. Their representative
in Arizdna is. Norton Chase, whoso office
is in the Adams hotel, Phoenix. Mr.
Chase is now in our city and all business
entrusted to them will receive careful
and conscientious attention.
Miss Maggie Hill, who has been en
joying the' scenes and pleasures of the
metropolis of Southern California for
tho past two months, returned home
iTsterday.4 uu.r think! Bi-bee fjood
enough foi her, aoJ will teach the
'young iJe.ii I.l.v to shoot" tot another
U-i in in our )M!i 1.. ii-iioi 1.
'' I .'. nuiiii, the ImI! io'.-er, Cuiif
.i List evening iio:n "j..oi , v. i. ore he
- i ii.'.igcd with the i-.iivi'iing ' ,M
who are locating tho lineol the acosarl
railropd. Mr. Donovan will remain
over next Sunday to assist the C. Q.
office team' in their efforts to scoop the
A. & R. E. boys on the diamond.
A Wonderful Cure of Diarrhoea-
Fresh 'Kfofi Muftyy., Pork, Veal, Shu
sages, a1,. '!,iohe Outs of Meats
-0ul). Fresh Bread Daily.
A prominent Vriginia editor had
almost given up, but was brought back
to perfect health by Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea remedy.
Read his editorial. From the Times,
Hillstille, Va. :.I suffered withdiarrhoea
for a long time and thought 1 was past
being cured. I had spent much time
and money and suffered so much misery
that I had almost decided to give up all
hopes of recovery and await the result,
but noticing the advertisement of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and also some test
imonials stating how some wonderful
cures had been wrought by this remedy,
I decided to try it. After taking a few
doses I was entirely well of that trouble,
and I wili to say. fuither to my leaders
and fellow-sufferers thai I am a hale
an 1 hearty man today an 1 foal as well
as I ever.did in my life. 0. It.. Mooau.
Sold by all druggists. . "
' I'l.ey aio -i.iiji..- pi ilcct," writes
K ''! ; ;t- oi I.. i Kat tto, J mi., of
"Mi i, lit! J . 1 li V liUtt'M, lllf
"i.tlll- ' i i ' p.. '' I'll iiillcllji ilr.M
.on! ' if .n: ii , ' . N n'e s. . ;ie.
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Goods Delivered Free to ;A11 Parts, of the Town.
Upper nraln St., Bisbee.
Janies F, Trotter,
IjuitecV States Deputy Mineral Surveyor and Civil Engine
SURVEYING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
f.'fict; In Wnllnce liiiiitiiiii; ittsbcu, ArSxoiia.
T.liuUtK . fDKA f f I ADI U.S. Deputy
ESiiginecr. vjjt4vy. w. varDXV purveyor.
-v Assaying at Current Prices.
.H. i ?v -intadrt6lnuior
iiiRchno:loJ Minos, UnQrdty of Mijsouri.
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and peeling'tho fcalps ot some of tlei
passengers. Among others who were
hurt was Georgo W. Swain, who
severely scratched up, and had to
have his scalp sowed up at Benson
No ono was fatally hurt.
We are pleased to announce that on
Thursday, September 7, wo will have
among ua a musical organization com
posed of school boys and girls from
Tucson. They aro taking an outing and
will give a concert in our Opera House
on that evening. We will be glad to wel
come them and bespeak a full house for
tiem. Seats aro on salo now at the
City Drug store. Prices: Iteserv.! I
seats, $1. 00; gorioia) adiuiHeion, 73 eta;
child i en, 25 ets.
The vigorqiiH muring of the fins li -U
this afternoon about 2:20, callei the
attention of the fire department to v
small blaze climbing the pido of one of
Mis. llioo's frame building on the
EOttth side of uppar Main sttoot. The
liie was evidently cnimed from n ppaik
from tho A. oc S. H. uridine, which was
passing up and down the road, but it
was extinguished before any damaiM
was done, ot a'r than dinting a few
boards on the houoo and blackening
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF STAGES
L'eimi'ts f'm La Uatia
Moi.duy 7 u m.
Wednesday.... .' u.m.
KrUliiy .7 ii.m.
Anhuls ut Lu Culm
neiis: Tiionday 7 p.m.
Thursday 7 I'.m.
S.itnrduy 7 ii.in.
I.eavui Annuls ll.j(cl, lllsbeo, nt 7 u." in.
Tiioailuys, 1 liiirs Juy.. Mini btituidityx.
Fmu from liisbeu io Lit (Junuiimih ami ro
i''are Iriim La Jloritu to Lu Cunuiious anil
li iiouiuU liaj;i;a;fo allowed.
Kxceiw of tm.iiKCfj.'fruiskt, lUc ior lioiuul
SONORA STAGE CO.
I, aw Oiiiuus of
LGGAH DEMOHD A HARB,
27 W llllain Stioot, Now Vorli.
WALTER S. LOGAN'. CUAKLIW M. UKMOVJ),
MAKA 11. itAlC.lV, iMJllOOiN UilASti,
iteiivsontcd in AiUoaa liy Norton Cliiso,
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anil it i;o.-)il sinoko, call tor the
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Goods from New York; the marking and
getting lh cm in stock ready for your inspection
and demands, has kept us toobusy to attend
In a few days further announcement of the
New Fall Goods will he made, as well as our
announcement of the -many' needful things
for Boys and Girls and the opening of, ScUool
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