Newspaper Page Text
?-THE ARIZONA DAILY ORB.' :
BISBEE, ARIZONA, WDENESDAY EYENING, SEPTEMBER 6, 18Q9.
. ..- ....i..,,-.-.,,! ,1, . mm 'M
Ochool Opens Monday,
- 5eptember 11, 1899.
Your Boys and Girls should be prepared for this
occasion, and it is the Mother's duty to see that the
little ones are properly clothed and shod.
Children's School Shoes in tfreat abuii
dance can now be found at our store all Sizesfall
Widths, all Toes, and a "
Boys' W&astft, strong and durable, yet
neat in desigus ; cost is positively cheaper than you
can buy the goods and make them.
Everything needed in the way of Wearing
Appjarel for your children can be gotten here at
VERY LOW PRXCES.
That is one satisfaction you have in dealing with me;
another is, that yon always get Iho best of goods, fiist
elass woilc, and reasonable prices.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
A. CHAriPAQNE1, The Bisbee, Tailor.
rirIll'r11 III 4 ra filluH BB?sIhSRi?o! HStF3. BDIi
111:0 PJGG ll OLy HIIU IfWiMIIIO isyH
Fiirni.ture, Baggage, Freight and
Express l$eliverecl PronEpily
Cls.ims for bieakage or any failure to promptly attend orders
tll be qniik'y and full' pfnd:
Office at Floodgate on Main Street.
Orders left '- the Clerk will receue Prompt Attention
T5T- 3S. Broome IvdZgrr.
Bisbee Transfer Company,
FreighfabaggcLg&and, Expro$$K Delivered to any part
-. v ,of the City.
Prompt Service and Quick' Delivery.
Assayer .aijd Chemist,
RELIABLE -WORK AT HODERATE PRICES.
Mining properties placed ot commission. Mines examined
and reported on. Corrbupondenco solicited. All work
promptly attended to.
N. P. WOOD, 144 Pennington Street, Tucson, Arizona
Fornfeilv of Cono iz Wood, Denver, Colo.
' i. i,,i;a.
flm 9 A k
KCNNT.V ?'!?)S, Proprietors.
Frail liecj, ,'t -, .
xagas, ato. ilibitj, CiUs oj Meats
Only. Freak Bread Daily.
Gcods Delivered Prea to
;.. rf ' ' - 1 '.
SURVEYINQ IN ALL
Offici 111 WBiuicc luitiuuit;
" nnn r.
KuRlncer. vjt-rvy. w.
i I v;;- 'Assaying at Current Prices.
LaloJiltftmctor in School of Mtiicp University of Mijsouij.
2 . .. J
Big Saving on. Prices
t:I:.. I '.l A i.l
Nothing is eo provoking to the avcrago man as to buy a
new suit of clotlies and find that they do not lit. Suite
made in my shop
m warn mm
Pork, ' ,!. Situtt-
All Parts of the Town-
Surveyor and Civil Engineer
IJIsUcc. Arlxnun 1
wi 11 wBMiiiiu m m Minwi i 1
r knr u.s. nepmy
Beats All Records.
TI10 chances sue Unit tlio following
bc.itB all recnnls:
" Hilly Holme iinil Geo. Klemp weie
offered $20,000 for u twenty-day,,' lo.ue
on their Mint mine. Tlio offer was u-
T n pa:i,,i 'i''" h fiom jf.i r-in!
Vu't! published at Kingman, :!.,
nil Iims KifuiencQ to the Mint mine,
owned by the two partieB mentioned
in which a veiy rich strike of silver and
gold was lately made, an account of
which was published in this paper on
August 12, the news of it haviil;; been
communicated to 113 by Mr. . M M u
Di'ttw of Chlondo, Aru. The striltu,
in nliid. nsft n ine is mai't , w in tin-riO()-foot
tum.i'i in wtucli a 1- to 18 mch
vut. of ore whs opened up that goes
u o ounces in koiu ana ioi;u
ounces silver to the ton. With such
alues and euch a vein it ip not uifHcnlt
to understand that theowm'r'? lefiiKd
,-iUiOOfoi i2'days,' lease ot it. Mm.
! ie eoinpul-ory school 1 m' o
i lout'd in Ui- ii?e this i'r, in (r.iibr (
quenco of which the attendance of
children at school may bo expected to
be greatly augmented. Parents and
.u udiana have been duly notified, and
should bo governed accordingly. This
,aw has been twice published in the Orb
and no excuse will be entertained, ex
cept sickness. The law wa8 made in the
m.eiests of the children and they must
receive its benefits. The school will
0Km Monday, September 11, and the
patents and guardians of children of
school age -should see to it that they are
prompt in attendance when the bell
announces the hour of 9, so that each
child may be assigned to the room and
class for which it is fitted to enter. If
you will do your part the teachers will
do their'a, and another year will witness
?ui:h an improvement in the youth of
Hi-'lwe that it will bo noticeable to the
im st caieless and-unobscrving.
Women are practically , barred out of
ynvernment seivice in tho departments
. ,, , ,, . .
at Washington. Iliie is no conceited
iction amoi tip headt, of thcdepuit
ments and 1 hii'N of bureaui to exi.li! !e I
a 0111011 from Rppoiti'ment, bat v 'len
ii t'ie 1- .1 place to l'j tihed t!
hii of iie oin. c al.n'i 1
irR-l lor il ill I I. I. IVIi rMTVlCl V lllrll ik
-loiifi liui.nvt h mi ll c oiimi"" ion 'ill
ii t ot v 11! n l.) )iphi'i hi ) t .
w I'M H Ii in ,1 1 'tmert, r .;
could not get tho appointing oft. -er to
take them. "There are many little
reasons," said Barlow, "which seem to
influence the heads ot the government
officers to prefer men. The principal
one, perhapF, is that while women may
do as well during legular working
hours, if there is a rush und.it is neces
sary to . work over hours work can be
crowded on men better than on
A. Barnaby returned home yesterday,
from Sonora, where he has been on
mining business. Mr. Barnaby says
their property recently purchased, in
which E. S. Adam, N. W. Chase, Otto
Van Kane), Dennis Cdrren and Major
Hargravo aie interested, is looking well,
and that they nro extracting and Fack
ing quantities of hiirh-nrado gold 01 e,
preparatory for shipment. Thoy' hava
plonty of water within two miles of the
mine, which is packed on burios. The
new owners of tho mine are elated over
their purchase and conlidmitly expert
to realize handsomely from it in thb
Since '81, there has not beali a single
year bunging such piospects for cattli'-
11. II lr t I -I' i' ' 1 . I 11 I dills
haze btm gi ikmiiI atnl Mp ta fiom a'l
m ctinri" of 1 Mi'. 1 ',otv that water
in abuiutani in a leed was nevr morn
plentiful, flip pneo of cntto in pxi-"1
lout, and tin demand ui 1 i-torii (i ni 11s
ui ut. Willi in ''' ilvint."-( in
his favor what moie could the vveste'rn
tockman ask'.' This truly is prosi 01 ity.
Attention is called to tho now double
t'olnmn "ad" of tho Hiabee Dr.iv and
Baggage Uom,iany, which appears in
another column of today's issue. 'J heir
ofhco is at the head of Main streut in
the building occupied by C. U. JohiibOn,
ulicro orduiM may bo left, with the as
Miiaiicc that piompt attention will be
tver. them. In the moving of all kinds
it freight and baggage tho conipiny
igieo to 11 ake M'od all damngu lot
oieukiige, I'tu. Utve tlioin a trial.
"Go early an 1 avoid tho rush" nun
idago worthy of roitiemb-anoe, vvhdii we
ihinkof the concert loiinuow ovi-ning.
The little folks fiom I'lii'-ton h ivo an
n viable reputation foi perfection in
lu'ir diffeiiMit mlfs in the cai.i, and
liey will surely be gieejo 1 by a crowded
louse. TnkuiB can be hud at t 10 lli-e
iw Dm,; ytoie, and also at the box
.llice inmoiiow night at the Opera
. . 1. . 1 - .. . . . . 1 . 1
1 crsejution Charged.
A apiei il to UioUiicanoUromelo from
Poulnml, Oie.Baytftftat'Claus Schnet
hn, j'ui innrneii from the Atliu district
Aluuka, k'IIs a remarkable story of the
Canadian pol:J u cluima that ho
and ! ., minitlfc. companions, lieniv
lrogers, I'dVr JVi.- ..Tit, oaii Ubiiiuui
mid Thomas Alemiiuj,, wie.-. driven out
j of Ufa MJm country'; and, that they
iuiend to lay thuir uriuvanees befoie tho
highcst-feduml authorities nt Washing;
''SchijeUtn pays: "The persecution of
us, aa wait, us scores of other American
Ellin g. i a ago, and lias
irown in Intensity, so that now an
Auieni, m's lite is m constant danar in
the Allin conntry. Vvo '(-il forced to
j abaidoj 6ur cla-a and were nliowod
tv nty-fcmr hours tv Ilotc."
A Wonder- Cure of Diarrhoca-
A piominenfr Vnsiinia editor had
Almost given np, but was biought back
lo perfect health v Chamberl un'a
Colic, Chub i a and liarrhoi remedy.
Head his tonal From the Times,
liillatiUe, Va. rl cuifoied v.ithdiarihooa
for a long time ana thought I was past
being cured. X had spent much time
and money and suffered so much misery'
that I had almost decided to give up all
hope ot recovery and await the result,
but noticing tho 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,
1 decided to try it. After taking a few
doses 1 vas entirely well of that trouble,
and I wish to 6ay further to my readers
and fellow-sufferers that I am a hale
anil hearty man today and feel as well
aa I ever did in my life. O. It. Mooke.
Sold by all druggists.
$800 for -$500-rThG Ballenger cottage
for sale 4 Jatga rooms and wardrobe
closet, including basement; 2 rooms 12x
112, kitchen 12x15; basement floored 15x
7; water in, house; healthy location;
nlivli Kvnunil "NT li nf nAn ima.1rn
L, ,,. ' J . ' T ,'
TotriMone-'-nnyi"!. Apnlvto.T F. Bal-
uner, or i. V Markev, at C nsliolni
tun Id l iic al"-tf
FOlvhAf.E One siv-ioom houvvith
bath and imicr conin e'.onp, b st loca
fm in prn. Also one exua lot. Can
rcnl I ou-e at $30 per month. Inquire
" Otto Yu 1 Kanrl. ii27 tt
In tpste "I ti.e toimi'iun o! a glovo
irust young up 11 will do w-ii to u
membor that it will still be possible to
get the mitten on the samo old terms
and in the same old way.
Mrs. i'l-i'ndlo, who has been visiting
her old h6me in North Missouri for the
past six months, is expected to arrive
in Bisbeol,6n 'or about the 13th instant.
IrV. J. Chillis will paint you a sign for
50q. or fcl.OO. a28.tf
One new and 2 seco nd-hand harness.
J. H. Jack Lumber Co. aul4-lw
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF STAGES
Deiwarf'in Ja Conn
Moniluy 7 ii.ni.
Wo'tnofitny .1 a in
Friday 7 a.m.
Arj;uls ut Lu Canu-
Tuetitlny 7 p.m
Tliiii'Mlay 1 p.m.-:
aammay p. in .
Leaves. Ai'-'uis Itotol, lilsbco, nt 7 a. in.
Tuesdays, 'lhuisdny tuiil Saturdays.
Knro from lilsbco to La Canauous nnJ ro
Kuro from La Morlta to La Cnnunous audi
15 pounds liiiRirnso allow oil.
Excess of buir. uxo or f rclcht, 10c per pound
' SONORA STAGE CO.
LOGAN, DEMONO 8 HARBY,
g7 VVilliMiu pt in. . '
WALT UK H JORAN. T tAULTS M ' M' NO,
mvkx; K RY, NK' - . i ' ;
KIM DC HAN't'Oiil)
Itlii(ri I in i)iii No o Chruo,
Vdauio liulol, PuouniX. scirt-Sin
When you want a jtonulno
nnd a rood iinoko, cull for tho
t,as Dos Nacioncs,"
Ma loin Nozulos. For sulo evjryw -U
IHEUIIOI HTUJIL LIFE INSURANCE GOtPAHT
OP PORTLAND, MAINF.
r After 3 years extendod insuranco se
cuied automatically by tho operation of
a statute of tho State of Muino. Tho
only company in tho world doinj busi
ness under such a legal provision. It
pays more proportionately to diving pol
lev holdois in settlement of policies
than any other company. It's insu
r.iiiLLiHgilted:o in ovorv way.
G 11, 'Adams, X. W. (Jmnn,
Manager, ' llestdent Agent,
if r JUioonix, Disbeo, Arizona.
11 vm , 1,
' ' It
1 TT72 AnTtTVAL of
Goads from New
' I getting tli em in stock ready for your inspection
v and demands, has kept as too ousy to attend
A Fi a cf (lds fui f her announcement of th
4 New Fall Goods will be
ajinouncemenb of the many needful things
for Boys and Girls and the opening of School
,-JL,- , r "'
il&o&ssiijWs;. i --
T fr v jf. jj. ,yv .f. jy. 7f'J jp
V !',- '
The Copper Queen
- Mining Co. J
Case after Case of New U
York; the marking ano
made, as well as oar fa.
, v - j
0TTt"-T -T" "T" "T" "T" T" T T " T "
- x fe
- fl,-. -
Ri, t'i- wEJ;
l-3 'J. ' L '
.i & . "" v'
'iiM . V"
ii i. -i i
fei N S?
- w - wHfc q& r rm m