Copyrighted 1893 by S. C. Baocj.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29 1893.
VOL. I. NO. 23
Uitv anil O-mnty Official faper
'JBLISHED EVERY EVENING
S. C. BAGG. Editor and Prifrietor.
fr.mant gt.. Opposits City Hj
1,1ml latk.T.&buoii. ro. Mi
UlS S8LMM tMC HO. t. F. & A. .
MiiErS THE THIRD SATyK-
' Js.lT Visiung Brother in good standing
i.-.,4 n .timi!. Snecjal meet
antbci the fUjis hoisted on the HilL
A. L, Gaow.. W. M.
W. C RsO, S5C.J
PfiO PASSIONAL OABDS.
TTOIMV AT L.SW AND NOTAEV PV8LIC.
L. Cjiecaom Mile.
FBllK C. BiRLB,
USAT AND MtTAU.OS.ClCAL LABOKATORT.
OFFICE No. 319 Fremont Meet, opposiei
j. r. iuc:a-.1
JUSTICE OF THB PEACE.
4 ties Sire Oppo ite O. K. Corral. Tomb
J. stoi: Ariioai. i"Lo:iectioa Made.
BEKKIVU A IIKRHIMi,
ATTO!ETS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
OFFICE Tougbnut Street. bei Third
and Fourth. B;lo the Court House.
ATTeRSET AND COCSSEIXOH AT LAW.
)FF1CE -Fourth Street. beteen Allen and
Tou;hnul streits. Ton!tone Will prac
in all the courts o the Territory.
AV"n j w-tuiiir. n. i.
PlITSICtAS AND SURGEON.J
F GlcttaW MteDeraatGi7hffiw
roar anicjui lor a wnue 01
hlR ii. It CDtti In a few dark
iflihout the aid or pnblicilr of &
I doctor. Non-poisonous and
Iruaranteed net to ttneture.
iTh$ Vnivrrsal American Ctrr.
. Th Etiss Ckenical Ca.1
THE SMITH PREMIER
Most Perfect Made.
EASILY LEARNED 1
SOLD OS INSTALLMENTS. -
Ss rom ciTiiooca and trs tcu. vn"
J. M. ORMSBY,
New aatl It ire V.irletie.
ChmpiM Pjich. eirieit and best 40,oso
RuKiaa ani other apncjti N I, ?5 to Pll
per loo Jt ) wjrth of bjoWi for firmcis
Frxt groireri. etc.. ciea a ptmumi ith or
dTornrs:i7Stoct Loctl astl wanted
Writs lor price list am iaiiiuiu. ..
W. R. Giba. Pro?. Enorii Kknsas
Notice of DifSDlation.
Nolice il hereof sH" l co-partner,
supeiiilingbnween V. G. Meiionch and
M. Mediovich. at the torn of Btihee. his been
disltd t mumil consent. M. Medgavxn
"tr- V. G. MEDIGOVICH,
itbee. Oa JJ. xljj-
A wonderful teraal InTignrant. MaVes th
weak strooe. checks lses. creates new v-EOr
in old men. restores italitf U the married
nuke roung men rn-inly. Pnce Sico or lob
course for ts0
ALU PRIVATE NERVOIR AND
of men and women pejtd with skill and
B. WHITE VlSetSSiXKf
;ij Xfiaala tULM Angelas CalJ
"Aa old as
and proven "
is the verdict
o f millions.
r . . iator 13 t
lator 13 the
can pin your
faith for a
r '77 in'l directly
A lllS 0Ae Lr
" "'' and Kid-
nevs. Try it.
Sold by all
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
" I have used your-Mmmons I.lvcr Rem
lator and can coiicteiicfulr ray 1 1 U the
klDcufull liver medicine. 1 ciHii.ldcrll a
medicine cheat In helr. Oeo. W. Jack
son, Tacunia, Washington.
Ha. the Z Stamp In red on wrmppeit
Cor. 6th and Frrmonl',Sti.
JOS HOE PL BR, Prop.
ACEKT FOR IMPROVED
Agricultural Implements and
the Celebrated Turbine
Miners and Ranchers
buckeye force pump
VT Fresh Girder Flow-r and Held Seer.i
Constant on Hand.
For lea -Cold Beer on Draught
THE .ST LOUIS BEER HALL
ISrOIUSER BUSCH BEEW1NO ASSO
CIATION, or st. louis
Wholesale and Retail.
App'Tto MARTI X COSTELLO.S
J. V. VICKERS
REAL ESTATE BooRbt. Sold and Rented.
MINES Bought. Sold, and Managed.
MONEY Loans Negotiated, and IneJtnunt
INSURANCE Fire, Accident nd life. Be
Comptales, Loves Rt
Wool has been placed on the free
list. The raising 5f sheep in Sonora
will become a profitable industry by
reason of this change.
The ri.osPKCTOB is informed that
the shortage alluded to in a Star tele
grain in which it U charged that Wra.
Christie nas short .f 10,000 was techni
cal shortage and not one of a crimin
The pteteut duty uu safety pins
of twenty per cent has been raised by
the Wilson bill thirty per cent. This
it a step in advance of restricting im
migration; it is in the direction of a
restriction of population.
The tariff bill (which will be
passed at thecomins session of con-
greso known as the Wiljon tariff bill
places a duty of 20 per cent on all
lie stock imported into this country,
This will be good news to cattlemen
who have cattle in Sonora and will be
a boon 'to southern Arizona merchants
Some one has arisen to remark that
Arizona U better off today than it wj
ten years ago when sihcr mining wn
in its glory and then infers that silver
is not one of our leading sources of
wealth. The Uuth of the matter is
that Arizona does not contain as
many people as it did ten years ago
if we can take the vote cast in lbS3
and that cast last fall as a basis. The
vote cast nine years ago for delegate
to congress was 12,312 while in 1S'J2
but 12,323 votes were cast. Had it
not been for the onslaught made upon
siherour oting population would
have reached 30,000 cr more ere this.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, w ith
less expenditure, by more promptly
-J-..:.... lik vnvtfl'a Wt nrrallicta in
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its prevnting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, tbo relreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative : effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it U perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 00c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
rccept any substitute if offered.
FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS.
If too waot work that Ii pleasant and profitable,
enanf yturaddretinimediatelr, u e teach men
and women bow to earn from 1WIO per da to
S3,0OO per year wllliou. ha-1 off had preioai
experience, ai4 farni.U the cDplotment at which
they can make that amount. SotLlnr difficult to
learn or that require much time. The work is
ciST.tciUi7,asd hoscrat, sad csa U-m d-ir-Injr
daTttme or eTeninjci, rljrht In your own local
Ity, wbererer yon live, Tbo re-alt or few
hoara' work often equal week' wage.
We have taocht tbooiandi of both exe nod all
ajre, and manf hare aid foundation that will
turelr brine, then, rkhea. Some of the martet
men In thii country owe heir iatce- la life to
the start jriven them while In our .vploy rear
aao. Yon, reader, mar do f wellMrr It. ion
cannot fad. No capital neee-arr We fit you out
with aomethinr that is new, eoild. and sure. A
book brimful of adriee 1 free to alL llelpyour
elf by wrillnc for it to-day not to-morrow
Uelay are cottly.
E. C. ALLEN & CO.,
Choica Una olcigar. at
ON BUSY BROADWAY.
An Incident Not Olteii u on the Street
of Our Ills title.
Itroad way was crowded with trucks
and pedestrians. It was .shortly after
eight o'clock in the raorninff and shop
keepers and clerks were hurry'nff to
Three UUle girls turned Into I'our
tecnth street. They noro the regula
tion checkered npron so familiar to
the patrons of the big dry goods stores.
As they rounded the corner a gust of
wind rudely lifted the hat of the small
est girl and sent it sailing Into the mid
die of the street.
Oh, dear, there goes my hat," the
little one cried as she stood wringing
her hands and making up her mind
what to da
The next moment she had followed
it into the street. The hat was run
down ly a cable car and the little girl
Truck drivers pulled up their horses
as you rarely see them do in this big
city. The cable car stopped and the
gripman got oil and himself rescued
the cheap sailor hat.
He handed it to the little girl in the
middle of the street, who carefully
wiped off the mud, and after doing this
joined her companions on thesiJewalk.
Then traffic, which had been mo
mentarily stopped, w as resumed.
Truck drivers shouted and swore, and
gripmen pounded their gongs on the
cable ears again, and the olerver
could hardly make up his inind wheth
er he had actually seen the incident or
AVfar lie -CueI" trie Cat.
A short while ago a lady going up
the slope on Charles street to the Wash
ington monument was vtry much Inter
ested in the performance of a black cat
which was hunting for a tender spar
row on which to make a breakfast.
The cat proved to be a successful sport.
lie bagged the game and ran across the
path between the lady and a gentle
man approaching from the opposite di
rection. The gentleman was on his
way downtown to business. When he
saw the cat he stopped short as if he
had been shot, turned around three
times on his heel, said: "Darn that
cat," and hurried away from the spot.
The lady, who very well understood all
the actions of the cat, was so surprised
by those of the gentleman that she be
came fixed to the spot. She could not
make it out until a black woman in
formed her that it "was mighty bad
luck for a black cat to cross one's path,
especially on the way to business in
the morning." .She also learned that
the way to break the spell of ill luck
was to turn around three times and
cuss the cat. Baltimore Sun.
VUllIns to Trj.
Presence of mind and willingness are
good qualities in a servant. M. Mar
tins new valet possessed these qnall-
ties though he certainly had his faults.
A day or two after llaptistc came M.
Martins inquired where he was.
'He went out and has not returned,"
some one said.
Three days later Itaptistc came back.
Where have you been?" his em
"Mon'icur. I had seen your house but
once," replied Itaptiste, "and it took
me all this time to End it again."
"That U a very poor excuse." said M.
"Certainly it is.'
liaptiste was disturbed, but he re
membered his duty.
"Very well, monsieur," he said, bland
ly, "it you will step into the next room
and wait a moment I will try to find
you another." Youth's Companion.
TiiEr say Kipling gets not less than
five hundred dollars for each ballad he
Gev. Vas Alex, father of our Italian
minister, is described as 'one of the
warmest-hearted, bluffcst and alto
gether delightful Americans of a gen
Misses Eoitc M. Keisstox and Car
rie I4. llodson, who arrived in Itoston
a few days ago, arc newspaper women
who spent the summer riding through
the British isles on bicycles.
Hnsnr Fairfax, of Loudoun county,
is the richest member of the Virginia
senate. lie is a brother-in-law of Capt.
Charles li. Ayres, C. S. A., now in
charge of the recruiting office at Lynchburg-.
E. X. HroBARn, of Middletown,
Conn., has the finest collection of liv
ing birds in New England. It includes
species from almost every country in
the world and is worth thousands of
is waT in wmen necaymg vege
tables have liecn infused tlio micro
scope discovers little animals so min
ute that ten thousand of them would
not czcccJ In bulk a grain of mustard.
Vet these creatures are supplied with
orgaru &3 complicated as the whale.
I WcDOEWoorVs investigations of tha
action nf light on chloride of silver
were borrnn in ISOi. Dajrucrre's ex
periments lwgan In 1KU; his invention
of darrnorraolyro plates waa made pub
lic in SSS9, when a pension was granted
him by the French chamber of depu-
NEWS BY WIRE.
Xews of ihe death of Capt. Williams
Kohl, founder of the Alaska Commer
cial company has been reccitcd.
The President appointed Col. E. S.
Otis of the 20lli infant-y, to be Bri(!0
dir (Jcucral to fill tlio vacancy caused
by the retirement of General Cirlin.
The third attempt of the Oljmpia
to make an olllcial trip was "unsuccess
ul today on account of fog. The
vessel will return to San KrancUco lor
A Paris dispatch says: Princes
Colniu, daughter of Mrs. .John V.
.Mackay, has applied for a legal sep
aration from Princo Ferdinand Galla
tro Colonna and for the custody ol
her three children.
Hereafter the circuit court of ap
peals ill meet twice yearly for the
purpose of hearing argument instead
of quarter!)- as heretofore. The ses
sions will open on the first Mondays
in October and April.
The Pacific Steamship company
jnnounces thut it tins under conrid
eralion the question of loner round
trip rates during the midwinter fair.
A schedule of cut rates wi.l shortly be
published. It takes in Puget sound
and Northern California and San
Diego and other Southern California
1 he revolutionists are gaining
ground in llrazil. Para revolted yes
terday against the government. The
ships and the artillery on shore joined
the insurgents. Rebellion now exUts
in the northern, southern and inter
mediate provinces. The English flag
has been repeatedly fired upon by the
rouoi'EK nm ,iaim.
An old well-tried remedy. Mrs
Winslow'a Soothing Syrup has been
used for oer fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children vhile teeth-,
ing, with tierfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays i h
pain, cures vi ind colic, and is the leal
remedy for Diarrhoea. It is pleasant
to the taste. Sold by Druggists in
every part of the world. Twenty-fhe
cents a bottle. Its value is incalcu
table. Be sure and nek for Mrs. Win
glow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
It is generally supposed there is one
editor in Heaven. How ho got there
is not positively known, tut it is con
jectured that he passed himelf olffor
a minister or rode in on the blind
biggage. When the track nas dis
covered tliev searcied the realms nf
lelicity in all their length and breadth
for a lawjer to draw up the ejectment
papers, but not one rould be found, so
the editor held the fort. Ex.
The Best 1'LAbTtn-Dampen a piece
of flannel itli Chamberlain's Pain
balm and bind it over the seal of pain.
It is better than any plaster. When
the lungs are sore such an application
on the chest, and another on the back
between tbe shoulder blades will often
preient pneumonia. There is noth
ing so good for a lame back or n pain
in the side. A sore throat can nearly
always be cured in one night by ap
plying u Manuel bandage dampened
with Pain Balm, CO cent bottles for
sale by druggists. N
Ti.e following instruments were
filed in the recorder's office since
3 p. m. yesterday :
H. Henderson to II. T. llinkle, lotj
in Bifbee, $2 0.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Or La Grippe, though occasionally epl
lH.ir, ! always more or Ich prevalent.
Tlie bent rmeilv for this complaint
U Aers Cherry I'cotoraJ.
" I-Tt Sprfnp. I was taV.f!t down with
La Grlpi. At tiinM I was completely'pros
tratett. r.n-I n iliJUeult wns my breathing
that my breast seemed as If confined In an
Iron C3f. I procured a bet tie of Ayer
Cherry PectorpI, aw! no footer hart I Iwjstn
taking It than. tllef followed. I could not be
lieve that theeffect'.r&uMbesorapldandthtj
cure so complete. Itlstml) awonderfulmed
klne." V. II. Williams, Crook City, S. L.
Mr. Miller having opened a first
class bakery ar.d confectionery store
in Bisbee, earnestly solicits a chare
of j our patronage. Having been in
that business for over fourteen years
be thoroughly understands every
branch of it. He wishes to call at
tention, especially of the ladies, to the
fine assortment of fruit cakes and
other cake he will keep constantly
on hand. Wedding cakes artistically
ornamented to order. Give hira a
call. Bakery in Brewery Gulch.
J. A. Miller, Prop.
Chop at Wolcott's
Choice brands ot butter- and cbeeje
a t Hoefler's the pioneer grocer, on Fre
moct and Fifth xtrenta.
(iondN ut iVolcottSt,
Just received :
Jiew Oregon Cider.
New crop Pop Corn.
Mrs. Potter's Mince Meat.
Try "Pride of Livermore" Saulerna
Peri and Sheny Win Prize meda
at Paris Exposition. For sale a
los. Hoefler's e
Paul Warnekros has not forgotten
the needs of the public. He has just
received a mammoth line of new
trunks from the cheapest to the best.
You cannot beat his prices for them
on the coast.
Agency of the celebrated Improved
Wbiu Sewing Machines on Install
melt plan and for cash, at
P. B. Wakhekros'
Handsoms line of Ladies' and Child
ren'e, Men's and Boy's Shoes, Boots
and Slippers, at eastern prices. Call
and examine. P. B. Warnekkos.
Nfcw York Silver was quoted today
70; Copper mlt'J.Vt ; and Lead st
ll 'i iilTi-iiV'1 ",J
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