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ARIZONA DAILY ORB..
POPLtSKKD KVr.HV KVBVUM)
HWHMT SUNDAY. BY
ALVAN W. HOWB,
(mareil ttt tii nt qtftoa at BUbeo, at tea
(iwJ clttU matter Muy 12, 1807. , .
AiliuivtiafM Mtji will be marie Known on
jpUcbtlonTo this oUlce. Leicni iuUMiJiit
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i Notfoos 10 cent por line fefrMhilu-
IoAdvbbtirer: Cuti Intended for Inser
tion in tbokf eoluinu must he qp motul btuiea
w they wH uo bo uooent&il,
Qonwunleationi relating to newi or odl-
tirlal matter should bo luldreued to Editor
f ''CP'M jiiriOttancei nnd buaineu letter
.)kwU be H4d'eied to
V ALYANW. HOYB.
-; . Vlabee, Arizona.
T. FISHER, NEWSPAPER ADVERTIS
XJt inir Airent. '21 Merchant Exohanco. San.
3 ranotxco. li our authorized agent. ThU
liupe? is. kpt on ! n hl ottiqe. '
Hi Pfloer o! eochise.Go.
WONDAYt OCTOBER 20, 1899.
Yuju is a most persistent advertiser.
Not satisfied with being the hottest
lace In the country,1 she announces that'
yatural gas naa ueen uiscovereu wuuin
iter town limits. Perhaps tlto gas can
fce utilised f the opeiation of fans."
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, Misiiaairw Vallky farmr havo or-
J'tanited a twenty inillion dollar trust,
heir purpose bein io control' the prices
of their farm products by-cutting out
ihe middlemcu'fl profit and etorinu their
produce. agaiust a rising inarltet. They
Will do a general warehouse and" mer
cantile busine&j atod will try jo save for
tbamselves the fruits otthe speculators'
xiii Spring Valley, Illinois, coal tu'tu
krs have won almost all the points" for
which they went on strike. Tho coal
company was forced to make many con
cessions. If this strike had not been
ijoarkcd. by eo much disorder the whole
sympathy ttf the people would have been
jwith tho strikers all the time. As it is,
Everybody is rather glad that they did
not get tho worst of it in the end.
Thk Tucson Htar very appropriately
jays: "There appears to beanepidemL
which runs ta taking human life. There
has been more murders in southern Ari
loua during tiie last six weeks than for
several previous months. What dois it
mean? la it on account of the change of
the weather, or what? Radical meas
ures should be invoked to stay tho hand
oi me stayer, nuuian: uie teoms io do
ntireiy too cheap of late. What can be
done toiaieo its value or bring terror to
ihe minds and hearts of Blayors is the
Evert business man will aduiit that a
jtown without a newspaper would be a
very poor eort of a town ; iu fact, almost
jbo town at all, 6aya the Vrescott Couri
er. If each business man in a town
would make up his mind not to adver
tise, there would bo )o newspapers in
town in a very uhort.timo. Hence, it is
good logic to conclude that business men
vho advertiso in no local paper are op
posed to the e-xUtanco of newspapers in
a town. Of coarse, they are not 60 op
posed, but if all other b isiness men
would follow their non advertising ex
ample, the result would bo the same as
though they were opposed. The bettor
patiouago a paper gets the better able it
is to deserve tha yfl.troa.aiw. Further,
advertising h not a gratuity, as the
most successful busiuess men in the
3forhl have adsaitted that their Buccess
as due mainly to printers' ,ink.
Arizona has at every session of con
gress for the last twenty years or more
Bought admission to tlw sisterhood ci
states. An effort will be made this
winter to Becurtthi deired end. Our
country is pending men thousands of
miles to euJotce our form of government
over a people unacquainted with its
forms, its objecte, its results. Can an
rj adniaJstiatlou affoid to extend our tor-
jiitorial form of government over tho
, dusky PiiilippinoH and retain us in tho
- - same class? Have we not served in
' "that grade sufficiently long? Is not our
r "intelligence, and our manhood of such
.Character a? to satisfy our admission?
Is the wealth and prosperity of the ter
fitory to be restrained and hampered by
territorial garbs forovei ? Must wo rfrp
maip, the' dumping ground for those
wfepsc political services elsewhere do-
mand oi the paTty in powo oflicinl pou-
tions?1 Is th voice of. the peonlo to bo
unheeded? Aio the patriotic servicoi of
ur KougU Riders in tho war with Spain
no inducement, no justification for our
diniaeion? Can party eucccss be an
bstruction to our cause? Aro we of the
me standing in tho oyes of the admin-
,. 'fwtiation as the inhabitauts of Porto.
f ollion U'lm iln twit nvnu. miilitrHtuiiil nnr
I ..ww ,.-.W W ..V V w ........ VH.
iVinguHge? IU:t aelwopo, let m trust, let
s work for statehood1 until oar cause b
von. Gazette. t
m i hub jiiijuo BHiris at retiuccu' priuca
lit Itlewett'4. -Htf
..,,.,. I ll & A 1 . , f .
'WoaW quickly leave, yotulfi sou, used
)r. KlngB New Ljfe PiUa. Thwyjandii of
uiterM hajo pwyed iheis ntchieus
ier fortriok ami NorvotiH Headaches.
iney Make pure blod ami strone nervH !
id blUld-dp, your lienlth. Easy to
Tr;y thnfr. Onlv&' cents.
y baclr. Hpt cured. Sold by
t Qmo fowiav and i!isbeo
Those who havo Rheumatism find
themsolvos growing steadily worao all
,tne. wnue. une reason ot tnis is ww
intr the Joints
producing a Eovere aching of tho bones.
B. 8. 8. has been curing Rheumatism
for twenty years evon the worst oases
whieli scorned almost incurable.
Copt. O.K. Hughos. the popular railroad
conductor, ot Columbia, S.O., had An ozporl
cuce with Uheuniatlsm whloh convinced Ului
that tlwre U only ono
euro for thai painful dl9-
caso. llo fiuya: "1 wj a
r Rfeat sufferer froia mus-
t cular nheumatlam for
two years. 1 could so J
no purinnnout relief
from any raodielno nro-
I took about a doon bot-
tlno nf rmir H. 8. 8.. and
now I am an well ns I .
CvcrwnslnmyJHp. I am
8tro that ybur tnedioiiie
cured me. nnd I would
recommend it to any ono rl"fc"T"
uflerlng from :.ay blood dlscaze."
Everybody knows that Rheumatism
is n diseased state of the blood, and
only a blood roinedy is the only proper
treatment, out a remeuy containing
potash and mercury only nggravatei
bnintf Pui-olT Vecetablo. floes direct to
the very cauae of the diseaso and a per
manent euro always results, it la tno
only blood remedy" Ruaranteed to con
tain no potash. 'mercury or other dan
jjbrous minerals. ,,'
Books mailed' free by Swift 8pccifia
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
Digests what you eat.
Itartlflcially digests the food and aids
Nature In strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
all other results of imperfectdlgestion.
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mercial Law, Htmlnen Writing, Spelltngr,
Letter Writing, Hnpid Calculating, Hushieaa
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tablldliod 1890. Ii. H. COOK. Prin'l.
MRS. M. BLEWETT
A FULL LING OP
Boots, siioes and Genrs Furnisiilngs Goods
BISBEE and NACOSARI
TXItt TAFT, Prop.
Leave l'.iabee Tuesday and Fridays.
Arrive in Bisbee Tuesdays and Saturdays
At Copper Queen !ore
Vi li tlr it !.!.' i ii i tun tliud
N. Aaigiias, Prop.
CH0I3- MU GRO&ERieS, Ml MRS
Cigms, and Tobacco. A full assortment
of Candies, Fruits and Nuts.
Cor. O. K. & Railroad Ave,
Wholesale and llotall Doaior lu
woes floors ood todoccos.
Mrs. M. J. Blair, Prop.
A complete lue of the hues styles
Fall and! Winter Goodn Just
Paten Hats of ite Latest Besip,
Hats trimmed to.oeder a specialty.
CU and Inspect my good before
tBOTemedios preacribeu by tno uootora jum.us . " jT .,. . w --".. '; ; '"' ' ,r' "Vr Ior w ,"
Contain mercury and potash, which ul-, Queen Consolidated Mining company llor v&or de"titV.i, ;;d t, he
tlmately intensify the disease by oaus- cm the north. The latter company has WBriell Miiii.w iWt ! bSJ-i.SSl Co.mt
i it ! i z. ii j i!ff I hfin in nneration for n)niit twontv Yorritorj (if Arlmm m .l.. n., ,i i... i.
inn wiu lumwi to bwuii niiu buuhii' -- . . ---"-
COPPER IS THE METAL.
The Cochise Copper Mining Company,
This company owns a very valuable
group1 of mines situated in Warren'
mining district, county ut Cochise I
Arizona, lying immediately east of and
adjoining the town ot Blsbee, and ad- i
years, and employs about 1,500 men
daily 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 1898, and the
net proceeds of such production aio
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 further de
velopment Is it not reasonable to believe thnt
the property of the Cochise company 1.-
fully as valuable, when it is within
such close proximity to such a won
The blasts set off in tho underground
workings of the Queen property can
easily be felt and heard at the sliafi nf
our mine, and oftimes tho concussion
has attracted marked attention.
The original owners of these valu
able mines are local business men, well
and favorably known in Btebee uud
surrounding vicinity, -who are doing
their utmost to make this enterprise a
success in every respect. The board of
directors are original owners, and are
donating their services to the com
pany until such time as the mine -will
pay dividends. They own tho con
trolling interest in this property, and
as a protection to stockholder have
placed their entire interest iu escrow
for a term of one year. '
The stock books of our ctfmparfy are
now open for subscriptions, and a lim
ited number of shares are offered at
ten cents per share. No application
for less than 100 shares will be ac
cepted. The company reserve tho right at
any time to advance tho price of shares
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 cf hoisting works, and al'
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 of the directors of the com
pany, or to any of our legally author
L. C. SHATTUCK, Pres.
J. MUHBIM, Supt. & Treas.
O. W. PULL. Vlce-Pres.
S. K. WILLIAMS, Sec.
City garber Shop
Marks & Wittig, Proprietors.
Hair Cutting, Shaving and Shampooing
Largo, Conveuiont and Commodious
Bath Booms Attached. Every -
Tf hon yon w tut a genuine
nnd a good iiuoke, call for the
"L,as lo.s Kaciones,"
adeln ttog.tles For sale ovary ato1!
Cut Hoses of all kinds
at 35 cents 'per dozen.
latea given to festivals 'nnd
parties. Particular attention
given to shipping orders. Flow
ers carefully packed.
MRS. J. O. BXJNBAiJ,
Capitol Addition. PhnnniT, Amosm
11 li f 1 111 I 1
in inn eom.1
CAPITAL STOCK - - $5,000,000
In 5,000,000 OneDollar Shares.
Full Paid and Non-Assessable and
Carrying no Personal Liability,
OFFICE OF THEVCOriPANY:
Room 4, Bryson Block,
,L05 ANGELES, CAL
Tlscal Agent for Arizona,
, Mliilnjr ApiiHcutlou No. 031. Surinr No. i5h!.1
v, s. i.ni, oihcp. Ttipon. Arizona v
Sciitenu tnis, ihw. '
Kotlcu l hptciy ciun t!mt inDur-uaico
J',f V'" bmtt-d St.it.-s Mining fnw. Mm tin
"Soc hircKS .ftrK I "
olHciul pint herewith posted, ami by tho Held
notes on file In tho olll-o ot tho Kcn-Utcr of
tho Kciristrr of tho U. S. Lnn.l (Jllioe. Hiln
Land libtiiut. ut Tiie&on, ArUonu, ns fol
low a, viz:
"llplfloei"Cluiin Deiriiinini; roi i.er No.
I. u pliio pet, i feet lone, Inches squeie iu
nioutid of stone, imoribed 1-1UJ. B. M. C,
whence u. S. M. M. No. 1 boms N. dec,
JO iniu, . JJ. 2071 feet. Thonee S. Si diU
11 mill. W. IjW feet to Corner No. 2. n nii.n
pot,4ieethirh, I inches squ.ue in mound of
i rock. iUHoiibed 'M'ftS . JI. C. 1 hence S.
.. ,uVh" ""'" c. VMM rcet to iuitiulMoii. of
Bolllpwcr" and "Smoirler", n ph e pot. 4
feet hlBh 4 inchcH to time in mound of stone
Inscribed I. Al. II. M. (.. J2h3.BUI.8 leet to coi nor
fto. i llteueo N. it) dej.'. U iniu. K. 1511 feet
to nouioi- o. 4, u plno post 4 feet
Iol"r "'ches (iiuro in ntntiud of
jtono. Thence N. 5 tieii 11 mln. W. 4WK
feet to place of bcKiiiuiiiff, CoMuiiiiiiK 18.W
"Smocler" flilm-neifinninvat corner No.
h 'dontleal with location corner and cot nor
Jo. 2,i"nclowor", whence U.S.M.M. No. 4 brs.
N.40dcr.l8niln.U.54 O.Ofcot. lhenceS.2ldee.
52 mln W. HMfeettocornsfNo !!, a nino post
in mound of stone, inscribed 2-U8J S. Af. C.
Thence S. 58 dec . 11 mln K. to corner No. 3, a.
pine post 4 ft. loner 4 ins. sipinre iu mound ot
stone, inscribed 3.1JS3. S. M. O. 'I hence N 21,
deir.riimin li 141G ft. to comer No. 4. identi
cal with location corner anil corner No 3"l!el-
flouer" nuirked in uddltioii, 4-13 h. M. C.
Thenco N. Wl deg. 11 iniu. W. 001.8
foft to .oorner No. 1, the placo
of hcghinitii;. Contaiuiiii; 1810 net ncieii
Total not urea. 3b 3J act ex, and form
inc u portion of tho quarter of section in
towuship2 , south ot range 21, East inerldiuu.
Tho locatio i of this mine is tecoidod io the
olflce of tho Count) itecoidcr of Cochise
County on pases 14.) and -.(5 of book 14 of
Mining Lode Claims.
Adjoining claimants nro tho Cop. Q. Con.
Minim; Co. on the south-nest rSucop-SIuko
claim), John Btndy ot. ul. on the not lb-v. est,
and Thomas Hletlns on tho uorllt and
Any nnd nil persona claiming otHorsely any
portion of said iniuo or surface trrom.d nro
lcquired to tile their aderso claims witlt
tho Kcelster of the United States '.nnd Oitico
atTucson, Pima Count), in tlieTeriitoiy of
Arizona, dining: the sixty dttjs iieiiod of
iiitliliciitlou hereof, or thej will bo barred
by iituu of the iioiion- of tho statute.
MlUi'Uti it .MoOKIi,
Onto of first publisation Soptcmbor 19
Mining Application No. 680, Survej No. 1331 1
U. S. Laud Ofilce. Tucson. Arizona. j
Soptenihoi'8. lii'iti. )
Notice isliereb in pursuance of tho United
states junlner L,ans, Alurtlu Uostuilo. wiioso
iiobtomeo address is lombstoue, Coehiso
Jounty. Arizona Territory, lias mudo unoli-
cntion for patent for 1 3U) foot of tho iiattio
Manchester Mining claim, situated iu the
Warren Minlmr District. Cochise County.
Territory of Arizona, as described by the.
olbcial pint hoieWith posted, and by tho held
notes on lile iu the oiiice of the KegUter of
tho U.S. Laud Ollico, Gila Land Distrlut, of
Tucson. Arizona 'territory, as follows, viz:
Beginning ut corner No. 1, identical with
corner locution, corner uboS.W. comer fco.
4 Wagner lode, u redwood post, 4 feet high
4 inches square, iu mound of stone. Inscribed
1-1381 H. M. M. C. whence the U. S. mineral
monument No. 4 bertrsN.58deg.30nnn.K 55
feet. Thence S 49 dcg. 1 nun. W. Mir. 1210
K. WO feet to corner No. 2, n pine post o feet
high 4 inches sqtiaie, in mound of stono in
u ibod 2-li81 Jl. M. M. C. Thenco S. il deg. U
It) milt. K. 1500 feet to corner 8, it pino post
set in ledge of lock iu u mound ot stono
post is 4 fcot high 4 inches sauaro, inscribed
3-1381 H. M. M. C. Thenco N. 49 deg. 01 min.
600 feet corner i, a pino post 4 feot high 4
inohes siittarc iu mound ot stone iueribod
1-1381 11. M. M. C. Thenco N. 41 deg. 19 min.
W. 1500 feet to placo of beginning. Vuriution
of all corners, 11 dog. 20 mm. K. Containing
twontj and slMy-six hundredth (20 to) ncres,
and forming i portion ot the tiuurtor of sec
tion iu township No. 23 b. of range 21 Ii.
u um I r.vejed nietidian.
Tho location of this mino is lecorded in
thootlicoof tho Count) Keiordor on pago iO
of book 1 , Coehiso County, Arizona, liocords
Adjoining claimants nrc: A poi tion of the
north-east boundary is the south-west cud
line of the Wagner uud Hope claims pateut
No. 1121; tho Hoy claim udjoliu t on tho
north-west at u point about 1,'a miles south
of the town of llisboe.
Any uud all persons claiming ad orsely an
portion of said mhio or stirfaco ground uie
required to lile tlijlvorse claims with the
Register of the UniH Statos Lund Ollico ut
Tucson, lu tho Territory of Arizona, dm lug
tho sixty da.tn period of putiliontiou hortot,
or they will bo barred by virtue of the pro
vision of tho statute.
MILTON K. MOORK.
Dato of drst publication September
The Jersey Dairy,
A. V. STRUriM, Prop.
Pure Fresh Milk Delivered
All Parts of the City Every
IN LARGE OR
'1 lit Only
l.iiv in Bisbee
Satisfaction C- Guaranteed
lA-.ivo orders at the Stinmm boaidin
hou-i' or i his ollico.
the Laws of Arizona.
Notice oi Application
. . THE PORTLAND . .
Ill Sill Ilislil; III i
INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS Or ARIZONA.
Capital Stock $5,000,000
In 5,000,000 One Collar Share.-.
Fully paid up aud forever non-assessable and carrying no
personal liability to the holder.
C. A. OmuocK, C. L. CuMitiNos, ' Asa 1'.a::.vaby,
E. D. C0M.INS, A. II.C.MIPllELb,
C. A. Ovkkiock, Ptoident, C. E. Comsiixgs, Yice-i'risident and Secretary,
Asa Barnauy, Treasurer, Kdwakd D. Collins, ' , eneral Manager
CoiiFolidated National Uank, Tucson, Aruon.i.
HOISIE OFFICE AT
A limited number of eliatcs are now bein oftVr.id for nale at 10 centfu per
sliare. Applieations may be made at any time to tbo Secretary, and no a 'plica
tion for less than 109 sliares will ba accepted, the Company reserving U.e right
at any time to advanco tho price of stocl: without notice. ,
mmmam . ,.i iwrjj .n--.
a r H B Pft
Kf i .mm Affin i
ul. luu o yso I
Agent for Anheuiser Brewing Association,
Wholesale and Retail. - - -
ate BfUnBaaextosd lounJakalaHtaNl iindn nia Cj
Well furnished Club
Koomp for the use ft
Fines Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
McKay & Finlaysou, Props.
WARREN LAUNDRY CC
CitV ) waace
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FREE COINAGE SAfiTJON
J, E. BROWN, Prop
FINE WINES, ETC.
International and Sun Spot Cii;o s
Wai I Paoe j;t r
WatBh the Bmfas Qui My? I
You can if you
use Gold Dust.
It does most of
the work. It
ey and labor.
Stnd for fr'o booklet " Ooldoa Hule
THE N. K. FAIRBANX COMPANY
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