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THE WEEKLY ORB.
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ALYAK W. HOWE
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LP. FISHER, KEWSPAPER ADVERTIS-
Ine tent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San.
i JFrsnolkco, is our authorized agent. This
, $rrr ! Upt on fl' In lil off ce.
Will congress prescribe an antidote to
relievo Cuba of its (S)pnin?
Editor "Wj C. Bkakm, of the Icono
clast, died yesterday iomlbgr from the
effects of the shooting fcrape between
jtkimself and Torn- Davia. Davis is not
Inspected, to pull through.
Tk (various pnpc-8 throughout the
'territory have commenceil to'put ort
?their political war paint, aud beginning
to select men suitable for the various
county officw. Politics has not yet he-
i gnn to stir in Cochise county, but when
titliey de Mr Wens should look out for
-the county division gang, for they are
Bure to bob up, m umiul. As a part of
J the gang two yrs ago in. posed on thp
' confiding voters of the county, wo shorn!
be on our guard. A word to the wise is
WhiLK exciting news are coming to us
from the east wo must not forget that
'ire have duties to perlorm at home.
'Our city, this valley, the territory are
on the event a more rapid development,
a yet greater era of prosperity. Our
minim: uind stock interests imver were
better in the history of Arizona, and
otfr agricultur.il interests, let us hone,
are on the verge of a development by
general water storage on our great
stream 8 throughout the territory that
will bring large population and make
Arizona the richest area of country of
like size in the United States. Herald.
CoPPKR has advanced in. price Until
now a good margin is left to the coun
try. All the big camps in this territory
are net i vet Bisbee, the largest, being
thb location of Uie'Ctf Queen, works
r,SlK) men Globe nab bTSng fiiieder
fN stforith worknvill bivin on the last
- cmire. oi nuiwny iiucwjiryiu ri;u:n
Gjol..Then that little eiv-wtll growu
.-rapidly. At present it is 'one of the
most active towns, and building goes on
incessantly. Globe U destined to have
a K))ul.uion of 5,0 JO in u thort time.
Henry Bath & So.v, of London, say
thai the scarcity of copper supplies and
an increasing demand have had their
natuial effect. In addition to trade
purchases there has been a fair amount
of 8eciilativo buying, which the posi
tion of the article fully warrants, There
seems little doubt that the scale, of con
sumption is not a decreasing one, aud
although present prices allow of very ,
handsome profits to the miners, their J
' production, even with this stimulus, is
t ' not equal to the demand. Stocks are '
now at suchalovpoint that tho trade
iV practically dejKJiideht 011 weekly ar- ' c mi-s o. uuo.i.er uiovory ....
rjvaB city rUes like avp, liar of flame in the
... : wildeiuess. 'Lucky Bill has struck It
Mark Hanna censures the American rich,' ga.iblod away his pile and pushed
people, or rather those of them who are ' on. The bones of hundreds of tho ad
excited ocr the Mtdne disaster, for I vanco couriers of civilizition blao the
"talking, war." He declares that "not ' path of progress in the west, or moulder
one h 1 500 has a dollar at stake." This in fot gotten graves, while in their wake
eeeina to bev M r. Manila's only point 'are teeming cities they have founded
of 4itn of jhissilbjattt-Uonpo irs to ntiil tlto ceaseless niuru'iur tTftlio muiicy
hold ' that' an American citizen must ' seeking multitude wlioso fortunes they
hsve dollars first and patriotism after-;
ward. It would not do for the army
officers who recruit the men to ucto tho
iront to'follow this theory, how'Ovor. Of '
, thowen wjio would protect Hanna'sj
in time of war, probably "not
600" would have a
I" wnnld httvn a ''dollnr nt.
But tfioy would have lives at
take. Wheeling Register
CoNcnESSiojfAL Delegate. Ferguson
from New Mexico has introduced a bill
iri'congress for opening all old Spanish
and Mexican land grants in New Mex
ico to prospectors for the prec'ous met-
als and valuable minerals. 0 ingress
oughi to piiB8 such a law, for it is a sin-
jular fact that while our American '
courts have almost or quite invariably
held that Filch grants enrrv the metnla
'nd minerals wttn tho land, Mexico has
always held to the ontraty. Mexico i
. ... I
does not now nor never did grant mln
ernls, and it is doubtful if Spain ever
did, for under that government mineral
lands were always reserved an crown
lirrnls. No Spanifh" urnnt in Mexico
T". u,u, """" w! " u"7, t, , K
'MImM Mint, hflnnon tn liunn rlin iTnitoil
! .1.. .-, ...t.t. J. !. ,- -,..
8tates side of the boundary lino that ,
wwy uo o. Afiw ruing nas sunn-
dased more pprjury and fraud than vl
other fact? pertaining to Spanish Jand
-...,. i .m. ..,..... i c .i-
fe,..M,c, in vino vuuiitij, uuui , uniuui. a
JUM,' waniosas grant in uaiilornia to
t'e great Pertlt-Reavis ftautl iu Ntw
The houfo on Friday increased the
number of torpedo boats and torpedo
boat destroyers provided for in the naval
appropriation bill from twelve to
twenty-four. T10 appropriation for
them was also doubled.
Tits Tueson Star has again begun its
npual crusado against Mark Smith, our
present delegate in congress. Its efforts
at the last election were-eo effective
that ve' should think it might forbear,
and Save the public fronvthis trying
ordeal fortho next six mouths.- ,
From tho present production of-cop-per
in Arizona' tho territory bids fair td
lead all' ttliergeoprphical"divisioiis in
her output this year. The high grade
of our copper and the Yfact that nearly
all the copper 'producers carry gold or
silver, or both, and some of them in
sufficient quantities to ray for the cost
of mining the ore and converting it into
buUionf makes the Arizoim copper Held
preferable to that of any other state or
"I wish you would publish this," said
a young man yepterduy handing the
Ortn reoiter the following: "Mothers,
when your dulling little skinny nosed
boV begins to strut around among .his
fellows rejoicing in tho fact that the
most atrociously smelling uigaiette in
the crowd is sticking from hisMip?, and
that he can cwjear louder and more fero
ciously than anybody, you had beiter
watch out; for your dear beloved is
breeding a large-sized welt on his nose,
if not more. A good recipe Is: Take
yourlittlo sunbeam and cultivate a lux
uriant bruise on the beam part. This
is becoming absolutely necessary if
Bisbee is to avoid giving some mighty
tough customers to the world. And- re
member, mothers, that the world is a
mighty cold dealer, and the gentleman
who will next take them in hand is a
mighty cold dealer and especially pre
pared for warming tip thoe who have
been r.cgltcttd in their outh."
TiiKYtimn Sun which, according to
its own testimony, is I lie most tel alilu
mining journal published in Amonu,
contains the following announcement :
'The repot t is out that the Coulter
g:oupof mine.-', in the Hi-liiv di-am'i
has ben pin chased by it p.u ty ul cap
italists. 1 lie uiuiip- embt.ices home
fifty-one claims, and the unionise pi ice
iv remaikeJ to be u satisfactory ou;."
Had the editor been a little more
cat fill in leading over the article from
which he wrote the above, he might
have come a little ne.utjr the truth .
'I he Coulter group was computed of 0 dy
eleven claims, and was puinhnsi-d by
the South Bisbee Copper Aiiu n nd
Townt-ile Iinpiovemeut comptny. In
the fame iasue in an aiticlu about the
-jCutnisttri-Jiiuiu-i in r'uilum the,sinie-j
tneiit iB maile that the itv" J, from
Uisbee'lo lhat place is boinw-a c
hope Brother Win -or will let us know
when it is completed.- "
Or tho iinpcctir Sam Pav.s says in
the Chalauqiiau: 'To the biave uud
lugged projector, with his cheap outfit
of mining tools, his emnty stomieh and
his hopeful heart is due the rapid devel
ment of the west. At the tap ot his
pick the doors of nutuie'.s treasure
vaults open; but their wealth is not for
him. The stock sharks the speculators
aud the promoters rob him of his inter
est, and trfe snow is no sooner sinking
fiom the slocs of the foothills than the
pool fellow is wending his course into
,,ow territory. He appears in the rocky
fatnesses of tho mountains and, with
no companions but l.is pick and frying
P!ln' ia ,081 ,0 memory., ouuu.-n.y itn
Thb control of the president ovpr tho
rniluiu is a
time of necc
baoluto and unlimited in
I L1IIIU OI IIL'CCHHUV. H1IU 113 IIU IS LI1U HUIU
,,.. nlf ,.,.0oa,, J,i,ur r,.
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niTiiiiv nn iimir 111,1111 iiih .iiKrrHT.Kiii. ill
speaking of the militia, however, wo
efer to the national malitia and not to
the National Guard. 'Most of the mem
bers of tho National Gimid are malitia
men, and as suc'i are subject individu
ally to the oiders of the piesideiit, is
sued in accoi dance with thedtiu, but
the organizations of the gitaid are not
recounized hv the government as oiirani-
zations. But once in the
tei vice, militiamen, whether of tho
National Guard or not, become soldiers
of the United Stuti'H. and nm n mm
pletejy under tho coniiol of the military
nuthoritiea as the soldieisof tho ic'-ular!
army. 'Ihe militia bill now before
copki ess expre8alyv provides that mili
tiamen "bIwII 80ivevwherever ordered,
within or without tho territory of tho
United States." This is not new law,
... ,. , . .... I,'
,uulll,8a i' statement ol -existing
l.ittr nu .l.tfl.i.t.l l. .1... ...... t. .1...
law is now the militia aio subject to'
me jur.su.ctto.i ot military law as sool
as they are called into the service of the,,
United States. It is not required tlat
.i i.. .... i ... ..., I
moy eiiuuui no muiiorcu. in lO yivli'lIIC
nillltuy authorities of tho Ui
Statot control oior t..ein. Army
in , .
Is considered by Bisbee peo
ple a very promising copper
and silver proposition. Prox
imity to the extensive ore
bodies of the Queen mine at
Bisbee, Arizona; now a won
derful producer, and assays
made from cres found in the
King's No. i shaft down over
570 feet, warrant , small and
large investors in purchasing
shares of stock fully paid up,
non-assessable, at small price,
for development. Calumet
and Hecla shares are now
465 $18.60 for a $:.oo. share
that cost first 2 cents. Now
is the time to invest and
get in, a few years from now
may be too late. Send for
prospectus to C- V. Black
burn, Fiscal Agent, Bisbee,
The South H b.e
t t m
r 119 ' i' i
CAPITAL STOCK - $5,008,000
Non-Assessable and Carrying no Per
sonal Liability to the Holier
THE ginup of mines recently pur
chased by the South IliMnnia Coituk
MlNIXO ANB I'OWJCSITR, Ijll'llOVnMBNT
"Cb.jiNVuru sitmnu on the i-oiith-west
'Mile ot thisjcopper luin, ayi.
er.oiMlfn te t ivfr. , jU, i asaft-'
taiiiH on the west, to the center of
tie lusin.on the ea-t
ci any conception o ine tor
I oilun or the luiluuitMl ninnuii t f
mineral that lies in this h.usiu. Tho
CtipjHsr Queen Coinp.inv has been
nictating heie for eighteen ye.ird
and im'jdmxn only 5U0 feet, hiiiimIv
becaiiHe-tliey found Millictenl me lie"
twet'ii'tlien' iiml the hiii face, to keep
iheiufin constant oper.itnm. It ix
Miid'hy ptntieu who have the oppor
luniiv to know, that they now have
fullicient oie in nirlit, to itiuintuiii
their pie-eut output for 15 ye.iui
withou, fiuvuig 10 -iiik uiiothei'iiHit;
and what m line of their piopurty
nuiHl lie tine of this Coiupauy'd
property, when ileveloped.
Tiaatovk hookdof the above Com
rwhy ate now open for 8ubciip'ion
and a.iliinitf( uuinhcr of aliurex
are?offiel at TWBNTY-OlSXTrt
p'eh liaie. No apiilieatioua foi le.s
limn s'l00 shaies will he accepted.
AppliciitioiiH for stock or copy of the
piospeetue to Du unite to
ri-uiu nuciu, Ditiiei, irix. i
Eveiv dollar of the proceed fiom
-the mle of shines of Htock and fiom
Ithe fide of the Company's town lots
and lilockf, which we esliinato will
"be a huge hum, will be invested in
4.4(! . lt ,.. Ltll.tf.L .ll.i.a.lr,. I n..t
:the election of hnhtiug woiks and
nioiieru tiineiiers, nim an uecefsarv
inipioveinentH, to make this enter
pio HiU'ceogful incveivway. We
.e.in deliver our cokusupplieHdiiectlv
,fiom the railroad ears to the s-rnelt-ers;
and can ult-o deliver our bullion
diiei'tly to the eais. We have no
pnlaried olliceis hence eveiv dollar
will be need fordeveioping the piop
city of this Company. The books
of the Company will be open for in
spection at nil tunes, and atathu
annual meetim: of the Comnanv.
.full and exhaustive leportfi will bo
Fulmiitteil to tlii! stockholders, tor
lit in coiporatiou is comnosed of
practical biisiin-Hs men Upon le
questof inleiested paitieo, we will,
with pleiiKure, Hiibmit evtdeuie to
bIiow that our claims aits modest,
Hi view of the reimukahle indiea
tionn and noHiibilitiea of this moit-
city. PUTKlt JOIIN.SUN.
M I iitMiinr.
OfflcoNo.u. Uriwu Bloclc, Los Angelos, Cul.
a,--At -.,-. . . -
A'L. kJ A' Tll.l.I I A .
fD&t I VnJTIWJUi
GoI(, nnl Silver in one sample M.25
Gold..'.!.. .... l'fJO
Copper. Iron, Zinc? Silica, Lime,
" S..l,hur, Antimo.iv and Lead,
Mri. V, , nn
"T'Wi ,.-,... i.uu
Samples by mall or express receive prompt
and .aref u attention. Special- rates given
!- - ' .
o t rj tliuti ten iamnies. Samplrs can be
" BUbee, Arizona
ARTICLES 01 INCORPORATION
Cochise Copper Mining Company
Or Bisbbe, Abizoka.
KNOW ALL MEN BV THESE PRESENTS:
That wo, tho utidoreignci. Josauli Mnheim,
Charles Montgomery. John II. Math' at, G.
W. Hill, W. B. Hoimer. Frank C. Porley.
Albert Perlny. S.K. AVilllums. L.C.Shattuolt,
Antonio Muholm and Peter C. Hansen, pro
pose to organize a corporation under tho
laws of tits Territory of Arizona, ant for
that purpose do make, sign and acknowledge
according to law, and adopt the following
articles of incorporation:
The name of this corporation shall be Tho
Cochire Corper Mining Company, and Its
piincipai place of transacting business thall
b at Bisbeo. Arizona and in the City of Nrw
York, In tho State of New York, with
offices at Eiirh otlier places to be del-'
ignated by tho Board of Directors of said
. The nature of tho bnsl ness to be transacted
Is, to purchase, acquire, leuso, own, control,
mine, operate or sell, trntisfor or dispone of
mines, mining property and mining rights,
also, to purchase, acquire, own, lease, con
trol, sell, transfer, or dispose of water and
water rights, ores, minerals metals or oils.
also to manufacture, purchase, lease, ac-x
quire, own, control or operatn reduction
works, sme'ter or smoltors and ul! otlier
miuing machinery aud appliances necessary
thereto, and gas, electric light utid power
plants, and all patent or potent rights and
licenses thereto appertaining, also to refine
ores; also to purchase, acquire, lease, own,
control, I mnro'.e manage, subdivide or dis
pose of lands, tenements aud franchise', and
all kinds of propoity, real, personal or
mixed; also to manufacture, buy or sell uli
kinds of merchandise, and to perform all
things necessary to carry out tho purposes
afoiesaid, within or without the Territory
of Arizona; aud to purchase, acquire, own
and sell its own stock and th stock of other
The amount of tho capital stock ball 1 e
Five Million (Vt 00,000) Dollars, divided into
Five Million O.000.000) Shares, of tho par
value of ono dollar (?l .00) each, which capital
stosk shall bo paid in upon the call of the
Board of Directors of this corporation, and
it shall be forever nou-iusessanle. and each
ceHifleate. when issued, shall state, upon its
face tli9 number of shares represented there
by, and thnt the nmo is fully paid and for
Thj time of the oommen-ome-it of thiscri-
p-mtt'on hi!l b3 tho date of tli3 iilinrof
tU3-e art'c'os of incorporation In the Re-co-der's
offi-je. of C chise Ciunty, Arlznni',
ant tin torm1lter30 shall bo twenty (J )
) cars thereafter.
Tho highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to hicli this corporation shall at
any time subject ltelf sIiaII bo tho sum of
Three Million Dollars (? :,033,03D).
TI13 affairs of tills corporation shall be
conducted by a Board of flvo 0) Directors,
to be elected by tha stockholder of the cor
poration, at lli3 annual stockholder' meet
ing, whl h shall h,eheld In the oflce of thr
CompnnyUo he designate 1 by tiio Directors.
on tho flrt Monday after tlie'flivt Tuesday
in juuyy 'innn,ioar. auu ""ff"h"IHl.
... .!-.- -T.J.M..Jt- .t. .... luvilll-inifiarn
i30tliraT 411.M J aI i i.
uituir' .ffthls corofatfoii Rhall7nS(JJ'hjoted
by th? fojrowlnsrllour I of Dl Jir-rtssessnvnoly;
)eop-el.Toei,j, Muhj!m;L. a 8! at'tTl.oinaji fMe-.W
i - "" rv " t i -"ji
L . i ', Alftert Perjey and WB.N;po'T
sin hj'dfoa.-e until thet'. snn-orsi
bo ally e'ctod nud (tunllflc i
ARTICUJ ' JI.
The oOlcer? of 1 1 i i cot oratl m shall be n
Pra-1 'ent, Vieo-Piojidpiit. Gener il Manager,
Scretiry unl Tremiper, ml su?h other
o Ho iri as may bo provided for by tho Board
Thsprivato property of tho stoohhoHers
of tills corporation thall bo exempt from
labilities for its corporuto debt.
IS' WITNESS WHCKEOF. tho parties here
of have hereunto set their hands and sea's,
thin, tho 18th day of March, A. D. 1898.
Joseph Muhbim, seal
Ciw ules Montqomkky, (seal)
J. H.Iatiiias bj his Att'y
in Fact, Joseph lluholm, (sal)
G. V. HlIX. liKAt
S. K. Williams, (Sbat.J
L. C.Shatxuck, (skai )
Ani;oxMij intu, (seal!
Pst'.kO. Hansen, Iseal
. W. TJ. IIosurb, Iskai,
FUINCC. PEULSY, 3BAI.
TsniliTOBV op ARtr.otAl .
County of Coelilse, 1 w
Before me, Bd ward W. Land, a Notary Pul -lie,
in an 1 to.' said County of Coch'ss, Ttrr'-
tory of Arlzom. on thii day perronat'y, j
appeared Joeph Muheim, Charles Moutsom
ery, John H.Muthias ly his Attorney in Fact,
Joeph Muholm, G. W. Hill. W. B. Hosinor,
Frank C. Perloy, Albert Perley, S. K. Will
iams L. C. Shattiick, Antonio Muheim and
Peter C. Huuc.cn, known to me to be tho per
sons whose names are subscribed to the fore
coin; Article!, of Incorporation, and an
knowledge to mo that thsy executed tho
sumo for tho purposes and considerations
het oin oxpressod.
Given uudor my hind nnd soal of office,
thl 18th day ot March. A. D. 1833.
My commission expires Deo, 20, 1900.
EDWARD W, LAND,
First publication March 19. 1838.
The co-partnorshl lnrotofore existing
etwoeu B.F. Graham an 1R Il.Mjers, under
tho Arm immo of II. F Ocahtm A Co., Is th't
day dissolved bj mutu il consjut, R.B.Mjors
ictlrinjr una is. t . uraliam coiitliiuln;; the f
iiusiuuss: o. r. urunani nss'i
bilitiesnudcolloctln? nil nccoi
old firm. (Signed) B.F,
itr !...... , n
itfitnnst H. F. Griili.im n:stimltif- nil lln
account duo tho H
GRAII M, . U
Witness: It: B. MYERS. I "N
J. C. CHISHOLM. SOuAw
Sid Harris, Prop.
IMPORTED WINES, LIQ-
U0RS AN(D CIGARS.
READING AND CAIID KOOM8 ATTACHED.
OtVe VH n Call...
Aisbee trade especially catered to.
LEON LARRIEU, Propietor.
VIRSiA HOTEL, ;
Has fir8tclaHs accommodationn, newly furnished rooms. Tables supplied ijk"
the best the market affonlc, at live and let-live prices. The ptrongf' the v
public is respectfully solicited' and satijfaction guaranteed.
A. A. CASTAIVADO, Proprietor.
First class rooms from a0 cents per day upwards. Fires'for families a specialty
in loomB. Good meals at '25 cents. Bar attached to the house. Satisfav
tion guaranteed or no p.iy.
SAM. FRIEDMAN, Proprietor.
ARE YOU A
S CJLZ.Z. on
U fii.l yr V "it .jmWmM
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rail SkSSlSalaMW7 m
Hi!rUmSmMk9km lv&mwmmVi-mmVMM LW
iPVtAK-swfsHrxnaW?? I t4asfVHBBaanlS9M a
Tula cut represents our 10, 13,
SajSS2SL.12. " t.V2TOT;SaHIS3 ZWSliHiEC?73S'
J Tula cut represents our 10, 13, 0, 30, 40, 50 Hr P. aeared Hobt. jf -?
We also build Single and Double Drum Hoisting Engines, both Geared or
Friction, and furnish Wire Rope, Ore Buckets, Cars, Shives, etc., makine complete
outfits. "Weber" Holsters and Engines use Oasoline, Naptha, Distillate, -,
for fuel. Thev can be used Underground or on the dump.- Altitude makes no
difference in the operating of the "Weber."
SAFE, STUFF, STRONG.
tvery tngtno sou on an Atisoiute
i Ufftl y s.u.ch concerns as K. C. Consolidated Smelting & Refining Co., Philadel
iiui oiiicuuii; vii., uuKKcnucinib, cic.
For prices and particulars, write us.
Catalogues, "Stationary" and "Hoisting"
WEBER 6AS AM GASOLINE ENGINE CO.:,
IIANINGER BROS., Proprictorsi-
te Fine Wines,. Liquors, and Cigars
At first sight r.SJJSi!2
tion. We are told however, by the famous author,' 13
Disraeli, tint any man is a coward, even in spite of
himself, if his garments are ill-fitting or in a shab-.
vy cuiiuuiuii. 11 jruu wian iu -ckjujt iiioruniTcry
of elegant attire you should -order your 5iU
ana overcoats ot
M. BORN & CO..
ln SRaAt WitVMSP SRnBVBVWVpS I SWbSRM
;!.. T. wiu..m k.... I...U U.I Lb iw . .
WorLntanshiD. A BOKN"iuifwlHrtMt
vwf mii n.piHnin mnnm,,
fiessthaR the UMl ofHtaHerkur MMt' mnkm
" men cowardly. Every Ftatvre OtiarMMM.
Pattcnw to Choota trim,
Costs to rua One Cent
Horse Power of r Hour.
Coal er Wood and very little
0, 30, tO, M H.'P. Geared Hoist.
Guarantee. In use for all purposes.
stating duty required. Horse Power, etc.
on application to
p i hi maim i i
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