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-TT" ""r" ""' ' lss3r!' v . . V V 1 1. p fc VI JC "v J '- '1 y rf i: gin i ii ii k i aB esgss J TVt.-.,. Tnla till 1 IUW11 ICUll P Silver is quoted at "50; copper tit 11.15. No Hrvicea at the Catholic church orrow. JV tfitd foralo, $5.50 percordvnt the JK grocery. n.28-tf. A.CVU. W. mcflt tonight. If creamsodajat tho Burr's. m21-tf The Chase Stock company aio nt pre Mt doing El Paao. Two pkicoj bedroom n'ts ;for $10 at B. F Graham 'at Tho trial jury for this term of the dip trict court will not be drawn until the 10th. Our entire slock goes now nt priced that will surprise you, on everything Call at oneo and get our prices. B. V, raham. f Mill Moggie Hill returned last even ingfroul her vacation trip in thcHua cbucas. c.vui iiiyenix cream lor eftie at UC icc;creani;rarlor8. " m3-tf Bam Pollock, thef young forger, wag. taken to -Tombstone last ovenim; by ' Deputy Sheriff Vaughn. Our tine of -wall paper is the very ktcat, bcHigdcBiRns.oi.1898. A2-tf AtXlOBT JOEU88. Edwin Hughes left this evening for Totabatono on a short visit to his sister, Mrs. Jos. McPhereon. I guarantee all my suits or pants to-fit tr4soaale. Harris, the Tailor. tf. Tbeo. Metz, tho popular Bodawater man, shipped a carload of 20,000 beer bottles to San Antonio, Texas, today. Go to August Joers8 for fine wall paper. a2S-tf Wm. Hildfeth left this evening for El Paso, Texas, where he will reman for evereal weeks on a recreation trip. Fresh.fruits of ..all' kinds at the It. ream.parlors. lfVtf W. A. Harvey and Supt. Ben W iir,ftInB left today on a short inspectior A tour 0f tne progress made atNaco A newjline of fancy, Fren and do. eaUc.pants pattenia at, HarriB the Jailor's. . tf i Mra.C. L. Lewis . lrnniimnfhoP , Boy Morfoot, our c - w. nrr5vfi(i lMu morning from Cali iornJR and win make jier iuinre nomo aero. ,,, f bargains ever offered in v. 1. j 7 o Me furnishing gooda. are to """""""F. Graham's t n t - Th taAA un-. n I -.-I mj Aa t I -Aaiicviuuujaiu'iivaitjiauiii, 1 VpfJUOlt nhMl hntiajt'. tn Annrm oiiat nf Rev. - .-WW, ,w MVM,Vw.V. Fritchard'B. Will rent with or with ' iat board. Mks, E. M." Ddbley t alland examine that new stock of 4dies' fall and winter hats,atMrs. J. Blewet'a. 2t The diapatcbea tell us that the Rough Xidera are to be mustered out of service foofc. Thwe brave hoys should bo given A roya reception when they return oe, ' F6 Save- A two-room house with iicmea;gooa location; terms reason able. Enquire at Tub Orb office.al3-tf The quarterly examination ol appli cants for teachers' certificates will take place in the probate court roons at Tombstone September 5 and 6. Juat received by Mrs, J. Blewetta fine line of ladies' fall and winter hats. 2t Miss May Likes, of Fnirbauk, accom panied by Misa Ethel Lachuucu, of Tuc son, am spending a few days in our city and are the guosts of Miss Lillie Burr. B. F. Graham has decided to stock up again about the first of September. . t Services as usual at tho Union church. tomorrow. In the evening, the- Rev. Fritchard will deliver a discourse on "The Leassna we have Learned from the Late War." Fine display 'of gold, eilver and nickel watchea at.Joerss'. a23-tf All kinds of repairing and upholster . ingdono atjB. F. Graham. f "The ' work of distributing tho rails long the A. and 8. E. between Fair bead and Benson has been Commenced and the working crew will move their , camp from iNaco to Land early next waek. Suits cleaned at 2 on short notice at Harris the Tailor, tf. Jf you'need a newsaddle, harness, or ar ything in;that line you can.find it at tteOlKJiarncssishop. i-'-'-tf Tho, camping party composed of MrF. Maston, Mr. and Mrs. T. Wright, Miss Wright, Mrs. 8. K. Williams and J. Wright, returned last evening from the Huacbue&s. They report Imving a most delightful time. Mr. James E. Ferrell, of Burut Houst W. Ya., has discarded all other diarrhoea OBvdlclnes and now handles onlv Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Jtanedy- Ho has used it in his family suad sold it to his customers for years, asd haa no hesitation in saying that it U the beat Temedy for colic and diar rhoe,;he has ever known. It not only gives as relief, but effects a permanent care. It is also pleasant and eati to take, making it an ideal remedy for bowel 'complaints. For sale 'by the BisLee Drug Store. S ae Sale of WollfJim 'l - Saturday last there occurred, in. Will- , toq tranaaction which may lead to the ievelopemont of an important industry is this county. Messrs'. C. U. Comoli on, B. F. Haldorman and Chaa. W. Haldermnn sold to F. E Canda of New York their interact in the wolframite claimaat Ruatellvilor, receirinif there fore the cum of $5,500 in gold coin. Tho deal was negotiated by Mr. Wm. Kiven an expert on rare ores, who in the early eighties prospected ir the Gnlliuroa in search of prvcioun metals and later was assistant commissioner for Arizona at the New Orleans Exposition. The pur chaser ia cotine.tcd with one of the load ImtMteel companies companies of the Unite I States. Messrs. Smith Bro3. aud Otto Moore also had an offiT for their claima hut hope to obtain a hettet figure. Tho history ofthoia deposits read, like a lomancc. More than four yeart no Mr. B. F. llaldermau sent asamplo of wolframite to a New York coppei company aud wan informeJ that it was of no value In April, 1S90, O. T. Smith, timber man in the Copper Queen mine at Bib bee, was con voi sing with Mr. Cornoli- son, a miner, working for the same com pany, wnen the latter remarked; "If I could find a good wolfram mine I tvould quit working for wages." Mr. Smith asked what the metal was like and on hearing the description said : "I know where there is a large vein of the ore." In afow days they ware at Russelville, but Smith had forgotten the exact loca tion of the ledge. They callad in the evening nt the house ol Unas. . iiai derman and in tho course of the conver sation Mr. Smith, taking from his pocket a pieco of ore which Cornclison had brought from New Mexico, observ ed: "Do you know where I got that, Charley?" "Ybs," waathe prompt reply, "on the ridgfi behind tho house." And it Mas four.d, when Messrs. Smith and Oornoliaon repaired thither the follow ing morning. The two young men share in the dla covery, the one because of his knowl edge and hla inquiring dlapoaition; tho other because his close observation had fixed in his mind the appearance and approximate locality of the ore whose identity and valuo were unknown to him. Wolframite ore 'is worth from $00 to $300 per ton. The rock must assay not lees than forty per cent. Mr. Niven who is well versed in such matters and who a few years ago discovered in West Texas a new metal now kown as Niven ite, suggests that parions finding strange ores or other peculiar minerals should send samples to a recognized authority on minerals and not to an assayer or a re duction company. He names Professor Blake of the nnivaraity aa the nearest reliable authority on auch matters. BunineBB men who have been in the habit of using government stamped en velopes will not the fact that aa soon aa the preaent contract runa out they can get their envelopes printed at the home office only, aa tha government will no longer compete with printera in print ing the return cards. Also, by a recent ruling, your letter will be held thirty days unless you have it printed-On the envelope the time you wish it hold. It would be a good thing if the government would also require that cheap stamp printing be not allowed. Then tho cheap business man, who expects the printer's trade, would be obliged to gie him in return a little trade instead of patronizing somo one a thousand miles away who never enters their place of bu8iue38. Jerome News. A rido over tho ranges in these da s impresses one with tho truth that there has been a change Miggcsts the Sun of Flagstaff. Where formqrjy thousands. of cattle ranged. ar,u now to be seen very few, so fat and. ider that they wander about over the richest pasturago -to spend their energy. The conclusion is also forced upon one that such wealth producing resources as. the open ranees of Arizona cannot long remain idle, but msut soon be liberally re-stocked. Tho public school will open Monday, and it ia hoped that ol parents will make an effort to have their children enrolled tbe first day, and that they will Co-operate with the teachers in se curing prompt and, regnla; a,ttendanc during the entire BQhoplj year. The teaching force haa bean, increased and tho Rchoola are better, prepared to broaden and extend tho- work of the high school than aver befoie. Since tho above waa put into type we learn that the Bchools will not open u -.til Tuesday as Monday in a bbor day, and is genorally obiejrved, through tho ter ritory. At tho Copper Khg minus in the Dra goons, near South PaHs,the company a 0 diligently at work securing suUiciom water for their smeltur, with uucouiai: nig nrospecto. When cvorythinu is 11 readiness the mine will begin pro luc tng bullion, aa large quantities of on has been run into the chutes and plat form ready to bo reduced into bara. ProHpector. It is reported that John W. Dorring- ton haa resigned as superintendent of the penitentiary and that Hon. Herbeit Rrown editor of tho Tucboh Citizen, will ha appointed to fill the vacancy. If Mr. Brown is appointed it will be a wise selection, aa ho is capable, contcicntlouB and above reproach. ' '. o v.iutaki jay coucertit j 1 have been in tho dm,' liwiness for. twelve years, nml during thattimo.hftve a)ld nearlv all the cou h mediCiLes, manufactured; and fro u my rereonal knowledge, of such remedies, L Pay that Chamberlain'd Cough Remedy gives better Fatisfaction that any other on tho market.V. M. Terry, Elkton, Ky. Sold by the Biebeodrug store. S You can tell the Hticcesxfiil farmer hy looking at his wifo'rt fruit cans in the in tho closet. Yotrcan tell a dry goodfl box statesman hy tiio patches on hip p.iutp. I You can tell the jKiison serpent hy tho blur.tnuss of his tail. Yon can tell the slouehy woman. by thoBhoebut toiiR A'ldihut. But the easiest of all you' can pick out tiioowt-'rpriHing merchant-! of 1 1 ili town hv looking nt the home ufwapuKr. This is not divine revela tion but ii is inisiiitH, go-spcl truth. Wallirnperi From Ii tints a roll up. Artistic dee signs at Buinahy'. You can now tnule 3 our old furniture fjrnowst B. F,'iraham'F. t A rcw i't(.k of baddies hainens, etc. just reeched at tlto 0 K harness shop. c'h.'I and sfe them. j22-tf Foil S'ALK. One frame! house, six rooms'; one, adobe house, two rooine; both completely furnished. Situate near the rvaidenco of Fred Fitch. For prices and further particulars apply to S. K. Williams. tf .V W. Raggett, of Oak Grove, Fla., had an attack of tho measles, nearly Uireo years ago, and the disease left him n-Stli inrtf avtirt riinain tlin.nliAaf 'T thought I would die," to my great joy, I was saved by Cham . . .. berlain'8- Pain Balm." Pains in tho chest nearly always indicate the ap proach of pneumonia, and by promptly ''applying this liniment on a flannel cloth, which should be bound on the chest, an attack of pneumonia may bo prevented. It is always prompt aud effectual. For sale it 23 and 50 cents per bottle by the Bisbee Drug Store. S Fro,m Thursday's Daily. Ben WiU'mma rgj,urnel yesterday from a short visit to the Nacosari prop erties. J. B. Jonee, the Tucson marble cutter arrived this morning, and is on'tbo look' out for business. Dee Thomas, eldest son of ex-Mayor Charles N. Thomas, of Tombstone, ia $ Bisbee visitor. Jack Stillman lias resumed his posi tion iu $he company store, after several weeks' skylarking in California. Mrs. H. C. Stillman ia again at her post as matron of tho hospital, after a much needed Vacation of several weeks at the Peasido. Wm. Brow came in today from flie American custom house and ropoita everything quiet along the line, plenty of rain and feed in abundance. Over thirteen inches of rain has fallen in Bisbee1 atnee the ra'iny season began. . The outlook for more is excellent. Frank Moreno has accepted tho posi tion of time keeper at tho C. Q. smelter. He also attends to the weighing of the copper bullion. Allen R. English arrived this' morn ing, and is attending to-legal business in Judge William's' court today. Master Steele Woods returned yester day from Tombstone wherj ho haa been for several weeks papt on a visit to his aunt, Mrs. Wm. Lutley. Miss M. Harris, eisterof Win. Harris, the well known miiw, arrived a few days since from Wales and will make 1 her home in future- ia Bisbee Date Graham, accompanied by hi wife and aiater in-law. Miss Jurado, left; this morning for a jaunt to the Huachu cas. The hay men are gotting their mow ing machines, hay rakes, wagons, etc., 'together preparatory to namvtijmj their usual crop of native hay, The crop this year promises to be considerably larger than last year Jas. Howell, the wol(l, known San Bornardino cattloman, has gone east on a Bhort trip. Hia new house at the ranch haa been completed and it' is re ported that Jas. will not return alone, hut will bring a partner to share the joys of life with him.and incidentally to keep his linen, in repair. The Good Templars who attended tho convention held at Biaboo a few days igo, returned Tuesday morning. They report liaving been troated. royally by the people 01 that city. Thoy seemed to be impressed with the fact bhat every body in Bisbee worked.and that they all had money, Gazotte. Let your motto bo, says thv Nebraska City News, "lie, steal, drinkaud swear." When you lie lot it bo down, to pleasant Ireams. When you steak let it be away from immoral associates. When you drink, let it bo nothing but pure cold water. When you. swear, swear hat you will patronize your home pa per, pay your subscription aud not Bond your job work away from homo." Southern Arizona, is at jiresont enjoy ing some of tho flnest weather in the United States, and this, too, almost in tho middle of the hot summer months, for the last two weekB it haa been cloudy, witb occasional showers, which, besides doing immense good to the glowing. cropB and ranges, has had a tendomry to cool the atmosphere and bnqg about this pleiiBant state of things. - nt- i .... mm The Noo la.lruad 1 eople are in- deed In h:.r luik. A lew days since five bridge wt'io wathed -away on the Sono t: thcue vo-j partiaiy rebuilt when several 11 wired yard pf tmck wai Washed out. Traina tfiSl'e the run to the washout and transfers made. On Wednesday night the engine on the Ben son end of tht washout tipped over and went into the ditch. As there is no wrerking train on thia Hide of Nogalca tho whole line ia tied up. The cxpicse matter for Tombstone ia brought up on the Bisbee train, but tho mail id kept at Benson u there ia 110 mail clerk to open the pouches and diet! Unite the mail. There .110 quite a number of passengers held at Ben.'0 1 on account of the wash out. It is thought it will be several days et befoie the Hack can hcrepiiiud and the wieek cleared up. In the mixed cioud on Saturday nii.t which had gathured o view the wieek caused the collision on the G. T. It., ninny no doubt notice I a passenger dressed in the uniform of the United States army. The writer had u pleasant chat with the stranger whose name wa Lieut. Wilcox. Ho was one of Roos-e velt8 famous Rough Kiders and tool: command of tho company after their captain had been wounded in the first engagement, near Santiago, lie landed atrMbntauk Point several daya ago and jvas on nia way to join ma wiie una family at Fand Beach, Michigan, where the hao been Bincc the transportation of the troopB to Cuba. Their home ia in Ari70a. Lieut. Wilcox haa put in a considerable amount of active service and endured many hardships during l-.r. xVrtna- 1TRrI"0. V- "c uiuiinia. iHjioi-uii I r!lirnni(ti. Cirfonide. Something must be the matter with Tucson's climate,, judging from the fol lowing item which appeared in the Citi zen last evening: "A wagon loaded with bailed hay, standing in front of tho G. A. R. ball; took fright tjhis morning and turning down Convent eticet started down that thoroughfare at a go as you please gate, scatter in bales permiscu ouBly and colliding with the garbage wagon, badly wrecking it and injuring the horses." Secretary Alger haa passed through the letter writing stage- and is nor on- gaged in making public threats of pros ecution of newspaper editors who have had the temerity to publish the facta al'-Cllt mm. We hope his thread is pearly Bpunf and that it will soon be cVered. Do not, in the coming election, allow some politician who has an axe to grind through your credulity, lead you astray. Think for yourself. The ballot is your salvation, and if you use the great pre rogative of the American citizen for the good of all, you protect yourself nnd preserve our institutions. Sam Pollock, the young forger, waa given his preliminary examination be fore Judge Williams today. He was bound over to appear before the grand jury. From Friday's Daily. Walter Veil, the well known Pima county cattlen an, was an incoming pas senger on the train this morning. J. V. Vickers, president of the Chiri- cahua Cattle company, was a passenger on tho incoming train this morning. B. A . Packard returned this mqrningl from his eastern trip looking hale and hearty aa ever, C. W. If iclte, clerk in the mulitor's office of the A, k S. E., will shortly leave for a vacation in Southern California. The Copper Qneeri company shipped today tf large 4haice of mining supplies to Nacosari. C. C. Warner and Richard Ilanuwill represent Bisbee on the Grand, Jury at the coming eessionof, tho district court. Prof. J. McCrear who is to h,avo charge ef the public schools, here this year, was an arrival on the, train thia morning Mrs. L. W. Howf and daughter Louiso, returned today from a two months' visit to California. John Cornell and wife returned today from San Dieco where they havo been for several months past. LaatTuosday nieht lightning struck tho residence of J. H. Walker at Benson doing some damage to the house, and although a number of persons were present, no one waa injured. E. W. Land and wife wore incoming passengers on the- train today, having spent several days at the Land ranch near Benson since their return from California. Miss Flora Cehn, daughter of 0111 townsman, Adoiph Colin, arrived on the train thia morning. Miss Cohu. is to have charge of one of the rooms in out achoola this year, She is a receat grad-' uato of the normal school at Tesnpe. C. W. Feuderson wentdowato Bon son last'eveni'pg to meet hla family win arrived from Albuquerque. Thoy will make their future homo in Bisbee qnd are located in the Oberat house near the opera house. J. A, Irwin, the genial proprietor of the Free Coinage saloon, returned thia morning from his visit to Iub old home in Texas. lie roports having had a first-claea time, though the weather was eomewhat warm. Ho thoroughly on joyed hia Btop-over at Galveston, where ho took a pluugo in the sua and left tho drlntl of hia fcot in tho salt ayu sniidsi The Oim is always willing to coriect any error or mipstatemenja' that many, occur its columiu. A few dhjw since we .wore informeda o it t'-.o n tano a cor- tain young gcotf 'roan who, it n? laid, ' V u c uircc-i wm HV5 .awtfe allghty remarks in vv.i'tu!llouse furqiture and cooking eating at tho same table with inincrw The young man has entered a pro'est Utensils Complete; lot 47X200 and emphatically .lenlc- the truth of f .' . BrewerV Gulch. the assertion, mid naturally feela that an "-i-41-1 injustice haa been done him. We have Prite very lowj lllUSt be Sold. ...vesngaio. ne nailer an, a,e ,r..K to acknowledge that our information waa not rel able; h-'iice tl.H Hpiiloy . V. C Kehoe, an old time printer, wjo formerly hoi keil on the Pick and Drill at I'roei'tt, hapcattbliched a new paper at Floicnce called the Enterprise. It is printed in Englibh ami Spanish and ia inde;cudent in poht cp. F. (!. rentier left yesterday for the .Mule Minim: iompany' piope.tie.s on he wett aide of tire ii.o'.uialna. Ilei took uith him a wagon lot, I of. mining machinery which he will put up in order 1 ' to facilitate matteiH. This piopertyis'' rapidly coming to the front and eielong' will be one of the most promising in tho 1 (iiriti'jot. A fine example of what can bo laised 1.1 A.izona poil, is .1 corn field at the San Bcmoidino ranch, owned by J. II. Slaughter. fPW ,Hy8 ruico seveial of the stocks were measueod and found to be a little over font teen feet high, it being eight feet fro.n the ground to the first ear of corn. The earn aro full of tine, rich-IIavored corn. Brent Tarbel, son of C. B. Tnrbeii, ni jomustone, leu last night on his way to Kansas City, where he will take a four years' course in a medical college. During the past year Brent has been acting in the capacity of steward at tho. county hospital. Ho has many friend's in Bisbee who wish him tjie best of tiic cess in, his studies. ao A r d tJ'B t The Bisbee Tailor, k Will cut, fit and maketo orr i gant Suit of Mine are -not "misfits," but are built herdCB Bis- bee b- home labor. I agree to keep in repair -I for one year all suits turned out -at my shop. $j sooeeMocojjcj cooooooc A. C0HN, Carries a well-selected slock of w 7S w w w RETAILERS MAIN 8TKEET W. L. Humphrey & Comp'y Have just opene 1 and will keep on hand a full line of Hresh Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork SAUSAGE, HEADC4EESE.3HOLIKJXA. ETC. Bread? a Cakes fresh from the ovens daily JOHN DUFFY, Manager CARETTO'S SALOON. O K Street, Bisbee, ' Fine Wines, Liprs and Cjprs, Sotb Imported ano1 Domestic. YOU WILL BE TREATED WHEN YOU VISIT MY PLACE. RIGHT I !! I TURF SALOON. QUINN & LANQE. -OAlrRY A SELECT STOCK OF Fancy Groceries, And make a. specialty of catering to the public. Their goods are fresh aud of the best quality, aud are sold at a reasonable niargiu. Goods delivered at your door without etra charge and without delay. We Guarantee Satisfaction Remember (he house Upper JJaiu Street, tfjsb. ' HBHN! j . J p f , particuHrs " ' THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR. 4. WORLD-WIDE CtRCULATtON. 1 vcn-'y Paes; Weekly;Illustrated. Incispsnsable to Mining Men. rrr.2E oliatis pee yzax. istpaiii.J uufjL coi rtttt. JIIKISG AHD SCIEHriFlG PIESS, : fO Matixet St., San Francisco, Cal. " Geo. Escalante Proorietor. Pure well water 1 delivered to any part of the towri. Prompt serrice'v i.ates ar made known oi applica tion. J- iuic 'i oii order t Tho OV OfHr. an & z Clothes for Jfcj v r . . The Bisbee .. TOBACCONIST, Cigars Tobaccos and Smokers' Articles .- w AND JOBBERS BISBEE, ARIZONA Goods delivered free to all of tho chy parta' FIKSr DOOIt NORTH OF CITY JAIL . . ICE-COLD BEER CONSTANTLY DBAUGHT-QUIET AND ORDERLY RESORT. on: DUNN,3ProprIctor ap ply to S. K. WILLIAMS. . stJjL Pa-"a'lTiByT?T?iafaiMXTM f mm VI J IIM V VVIJ: ? -r 4' H i' 3 , z? tf-A Ji " f.'fv wrjrvj. 4 'It SS-V este '$m&Sf$ E2 Lvfvf gssapqggggSiisBH'