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' "N : . i a 'i , K Hi -r ' '- W it-- ft, pt t ii'. - . . j svv ' "! " !' , f Vl ,M 'I1 ' : THE WEEKLY ORB. WBMSIIER BV ALViN W. HOWE?, "EVERY. SUNDAY. Kntcred ut the poatorWro nt B'nbcc, Arlzo Ba, os mail matte, o. tlio second eiai, Mi.y TBKHS.OJ SUBSCRIPTION., Onaitu-tottalT or carrier '.,.'...$t0 StaJJontltt... T 160 100 threa Months.. . TERMS: Strtrtly In advance. Advertising rates will be made known on application to this office. Legal publications in conformity with the Territorial Statutes. fieaiHtiff Motloes 10 couts per line for each In sertion. ToAvxRTi8itsj Cuts Intended for Inser tlou hi these columns must be op metal buses or they will not be accepted. Communications rolatlne to nows or edl terlnl matter should be addressed to hdltor OS. gtf All Remittances and business letters a.omd be addr.d uLvan w howe rllthee. Arizona, LP. FJPHER, MAN i-PAPER ADVERTIS- Ibk Agent, 21 Meichunts" Exchange, un. francltco. Is our authorized agent. This purer is kent en tile In his othce. , id Poper oi Wise Co. ''r SUNDAY MARCH 12, 1899. ' TWENTIETH LEGISLATURE. Council. Mrlooja Aaron Qoldberg;. D. Apaohe D.K Udall. D. Kavaio Geo. A. Wolff, D. Coconino T. S. Bunch, D, Yavapai Morris Ooldwater, 1) Mohave J- M. Murphy. IX Pinal Dr. J. C. Wrluht, R. Olla Oe .W. P.Hunt. D. Plm J. I). Flnley. D. Orahaa Ceo. A.Ol cy, D. Coekbe Chas.C. Warner. K. Yuma J. H. Carpenter, R. Democrats. 9; Republicans. I. Assembly. ' Oik. .' , John C. Evans D. Cecals :...Vllke Gray, D. CeektM! HsnryEtr, D. CtMhl H.il Weods, R' Apaehe N. Gonzales, R. Yuasa John Doa , R. Ceeonlao Heur F. Ashnrst, D. Bavaio U.S. Pa r. V. Yavapai J. J. Sanders, 1 . . Yavapai A.A.Moore. D. Yavapai...., W.S. Adams, D lfefcav William Jones. l Pinal James Arthur, R Pinal 3. A. Burtleton, D Pima Georie Punch, R. "Pima F. A, Stevens, R. Piasa Otis Hale, R. Pisaa A.S. o au, R. Maricopa Sam Brows, R. MarUopa W.S. Scott, R. 'Maricopa J W. Benham, R. Marleope Charles Peterson, D. Ofahasa.v : E. M. Williams, D. iraham.T W. W. Pace, D. Democrrts. IB; Republlcnns, 11, SHIFTER'S CAMPAIGN. . - Pt. Goodfellow, ,who it known by jiearij ervruiiajr in Aroua,anq who is 'ioVed"by every "ona who knows him, was interviewed -ecently in Phoenix in re jtrd to the Santiago campaign. When Mked what of the credit for the Sunti ago campaign was due to Mile, epid : "Not one iota of it. General Miles ar rived at Santiago after the battle of Las Goasimai, June 24, but in no wav did he supercede Shaf tor or have any pait In the directing of the campaign, nor did Miles have any part in the negotia tions for the surrender of Santiago, nor was he consulted about it in any way. I know fully what I am talking about, as I , acted sb interpreter and was the i level is reached the io-cc will be m aflonthpiece for General Shatter in all 'cleaned and dritti iarte I toward the his negotiations with General "oral. I "Delia Mac," in which guod oie has "When Shaftersenta noce to General 'alieady been di-coveied. Toral on July 5 demanding the immedi I he comptny hav' txpendad thus far ate and unconditional surrender of the j for machinery, buildings, sinking shalt, city, I wrote tho Spanish note for him and otl'ier develop nent uu neatly and know just what ho was doing So $25,000; tt hai 11 iudeiitedu s and later, on the 0th, when Shafter notified there is cousidoraole in uev in 1 he Toral that if he did not surrender the tteisury, wliue tne sale of oc; c rit.n next day ho would open lire on Santi- uea right a ong. the nn. era ami citi ago, i was hent into tho city by General zens of bisbee have nmv in their pos Shaftor as the bearer of his niet-sage. Ression n any lio,00J chares of the Miles had no more to do with the Santi- mock, and hms are buying every agocompanignor with the Minenderof ,u,llh. ,.,,- , : . ., .....of ,illllP Hlr. tho Spanish army than am citizen in Phoenix." "It hns been charged, doctor, that rihaftcr thnutd incomi-etence heforo Santiago and thit the success of the tattles of July I and 2 iwie really duo t Wheeler uivl Lavton." "Yes, I hn -w ovory effort has been lundu to iloiirno General rhufttr of the "cr '(lit of his fuccessful campaign. The fa t it- fiat cvoty move of tho a' my be- I foro fantiago July 1 and U. including "". tho chr.rge on Pan Juan Hill and Jil Caney, was tho result of written orders i.oin Miaitor. litis 1 Know to my per- s ;i:.l I.iiowledge, na I roto and copied a number of tho order? when hei'ig rre- j p.urd for isBuance. This is in thu lino i V'ith cliiirges that biuifter was away in tho rear nil l''0 time, fo far nwiv tlfe.t he did not know win . t rvinir on. rihaftor was in thu snddo mnilv all ,ii(y lonj; botli on tho lat an.' - I .n.! p-riei idly n'titchod und dirciHe i i . --:v uid'h', ( :i the -d ho was in the middle s-eten Jiotiru and waa in direct coni.ectty with every movement ull day. J ...u.d jvt sny o'to word in dntrnplion of net:i! Wheel-r, lor ue ih apianu ni'in .in! .v iroo-1 ..oilier, but ho w.ta ao sick on i ;M tli u hu 1 ltd to retrain in thu rent, and (.loneral Sutnuer commanded t! c cavalry division, ao that will' explorio uonld ive home icli t until tha doctor capacity w.ia male neceK-aiv by the o: the idea that Wl'cehir wan rccponfiiblo -h ul.l :ir ive. In u low hottts ho ie- rnsion.d Hoods, which r. adlly penetiato for tho fi.-cficsf of the cavalry division. Inrncd, 'ay. n; the doctor need not come Utt ton did wood work, but he eiuiply as ihe chill - much bitter. Tho followoJ out Shafter'unrJers." druiat, Mr. t.tto S-thol., mH tho "Woll, doctor ,yotiI'liov of the icliarges family has biiicj r common led Cham- 0iuwinjpeteiiL7 nt. Tampa, aid tho jo- borlain'a o't;h I emedy to their neiith- MllbluiiJtr iu holdinj: Iho Iroopsfor horn And fiiendu uut ho has a constant Siien days on the transportsT" .demand lor it from th.t art of tho Oh, yea, and that la in line with all tiis ut. General f-haffcr was Miles' MM imm M own selection to take oharue of J tJit ftrnt expedition to Culm, it being tlie inten tion to lumi i force of 7,000 at some pouu on ire norm couai to uawuuau bi-e of sttpi lies. Slmfter wa oniered 'to ) 1 ) Ids iioopfin lendineenfor iitune- diute embaiktioii upon the arriv.il of the transports. Of uourae men could not hav nil the comforts of home while on within order, but if there whh such lueompetencv in rfttin KUpplies 'O Tampa and in rarrinu for the troops, why did not General Mile, art the com manding gei eral of the at my, icaue oidera leutifytng the alleged blunders. Which he hail the right to do. lie vis ited Turn 1 m and saw what was heing dot.e there." An Imporant Law. To amend an act, entitled. "An Act to 1 1 11 nave I injecting lot Mii.eiaU," I, ,,:.,.. .., V.. I'M n( ll.uVinului.litli I M). I . , '. '., ... ... ., , islaitve Af-emhlv -f tho lerntorr of Arizona, Avid Man h 18th, 1SD7. He it eitacteil hy th LngiN ative h-' Beuihlr of the Tenitory of Arizona: Section 1 That ct No. ti8 of the Nineteen i (Ligplittm Arn u lily ot the 'Jenitoiy id Ailxona, appiuved M.i-cli 18th lbU7, be umetided 10 lead ai fo. lows: Section 2. The regents of the Univer sity of Arizona shall charge for a Having ores taken from deport and mines within the Tenitorv of Arizona no liigln r rate than one dollar for iipihv producing gold tn I silver, an I two dol laisfo each ifouy producing gold, -il ver and copper, and two dollars ami fifty cents for as-aying ore- showing more than three mrta':; and that thoj niaxunuin rate fur au aseay shall be one nollur. 8ection 3. There shall he a iiuifntm fee ( orte dollar and fifty cents chatged by each Count r Recorder in the Teiri tory of Arizona for iccordiug each notice of 'ocatiou ot a mining claim in cluding certtticate of uoik done to coin ply with the law regarding location?, the naid one dolUi- and fifiy o-inn to tie in lull for riling the nan.e unei seal. Section 4. All Acts ami pans ot Acts in conflict with thlb Act are hereby le pealed. Section 6. This Act shall take effect and be in force from and alter its pas cage and approval. Mokkis GoLDwjcricR, l'lesideut of the Council. HtxnY F. Asuukbt,, Speaker of the House. Approved March 3rd 1X99. - N. O. Murphy, Governor of the Teiritory. Tie South Btsbee Company. - . t ?The double compartment shaft has now reached a depth of a little over COO feet. A station has been cut out on that level and fully timbered up. Tlie last twenty tie feet in sinking tho shaft has been thiough a formation that h.14 been encountered in many places in the Queen just ptevious to opening up of ore bodies. The matter is of ledge formation and is impregnated with irn contain ing uioie of less coppui ia n. 'Ihe thiee eight hour shins are push ing the depth of the eh ift as rapi dy aa poefib'e, and as soon ai the n00-foot ings that they van spate. Tnose-who have helil heir Mock for any time v ll not ceel tho aunc 'or leas tlt.in liie price asked by the fi-cal Hgents. Thit how the faith that the cmzuim of Binbee have .11 the entetpuse, and when the miners and others, who ate near the claims, have the ntmoptcoiitidi'iico in n proj": t, outriders nee I have no tear of iinc-ting t.ieir money. (Jf Ihe Fixt-two claitiiH which the com, rt y contr'oll-, c-li-vou aie pateuietl, , ,...' '.....i,,., ,' .,.,,,.. ,r i.,,,,.! IIU vt'tMtoi t,"MJii, bun i -iu m s i va beun ,mr M nn( lhu rem.uni.u sev- i 01itwn hns are ...id inder bond ! (lorn. rMfl' AK1.IX: In Uisbee, March R, to v. ifeof K. li. McFailin.adaiiuhter. - v ! y hn-' i i "i ind i llv hv and h -- h l..i -. ' ..ui i'iv 1 u " .nlcr w .uie .iw.in'.n toe i'M'tni in the docloi. An ! ('. Y )'!:!!! viimii called at a diujt ,, , ihi'io hn c. ilajtor to come and n'j oie body may ho loitiid b nil kinu. i i !,ild then very nick with croup. Since INKJ ihe comp.inv Ii:h imuln .vm tli"!:t' the dot tor in, ho Wt wild tu.-tte by n-im; oxide and aiilphide o es ' i iniii 'i. come l once on his letuiii. in ahoiii eijiuii poilimx. Iheiapacity I.', -iImi hiiiilit n hottlo ol hambei- ol the ieent piunpi p. ant ic 3,000,1)10 1 no's C'Jitith Vc-medy, wliich he hoped oi 4,000 ODD iiW. pei mem. 'lluslaie country. For salo by tho i iBbao rug Store M $$-&:, TTlilsTsrtira fcslnrilslsri i rjtsi a-JsiniM-rfM ' ihi) i--t THE COPPER QUEEN. profeSsor Douglass Describes it Ce. fore an Institute. Prof. Jump DougUm N in New Yi rk in attendance upo'i .1 meeting of the Ameriran)In-titutenf MiningEngineers. Dining the M'SHion he tend a puper on tneCoppei Queen miie at BUbt-e, which he accompanied hv lantern views. The Engineering and Mining .lo'uinal says of Pint. I)ou.d.i'a' li'Ctuiv : Tlie room, uulortuuatel, proved rath er too piuatl to accoiuoiodatH with eane ull thosi who wishe I to ht-ai Dr. Jen e D. iikIuk-' seiy inteit sting de fcitpliiin of he Cooper Queen mine at Bi-hee, Ariaoua Dr. D melius stated that the L'opnei Q leen mine was di-t coveted before 1880 hut little oj no wink hud h. en done upon it. A huge uiiiciop of iVriugiiiotH & pper oien the side of a mniiutaiu dipped at a meet) angle into it. 'lhiouicnipKeemeit ...... ..... so rematkable that it seemed pii.b.ilih theie weie others in the countiy lime stone. The outciop, as shown by an open cut hen mining bewail, was abe 11 60 l iy GO feet., nod was the ouh oui j ciop of iIihI huge series of ore budie. lli.it h ve j iehled o much copper An incline siai led east of the op m cu: and eiileied the oie body between ihe srcoml and thud le el-of ilic-mine. 1 deiieloped what mi" lo.ind to be an n olated o e lxdy whndi voided heiw- eo 1880 ai.d 1881 aliont 200.1)00,OJO lb-. l copper. The coin uny, ai er iliif'inu eat over 400 feel au I filling no-lun.', was abon to ,ib mdoo the mine, a- the Neptune mining c.o np.iny ha I .1I-0 found nome at it n uch uoik. Km t tlie vtiiuii.ei ol 1SS; anoihei oe lod wit" 11 icov mi'iI li -i ween 400 md 500 1 bv i he G m1j Q i ' 1 11 1 I hi ' .'.in p.111 u-, Mtifili me .tl-lv. Since then development - h ive i-f -n I I ovei "Ji;' pKipeiMe- pun h.-e I at -ll 'ifl'- s-ale, tint a-y 't 110 viliid- re n n' linen found xcept in the up, e inn s'om J. Ihese liiiierloue" aic iiiij jirit.wu limited in ex en', lieinj tiiiiWnle 011 theea-t bv lei N,ullieii 1 i.-ks ui.iu ite ami lyoltte. In the Jime.ntiti, no ever, along 11? c intaci wilu tii- fidd,u il.ein- lock", are all thii o per u c-i e. discovo ed in workable iiiintities. Tnece fehls. athetn: iok- eanj no coppei of anv cou-equeiicu. The uppei limesioiies alone have been n ked ptojierly, as they cany liie laigeiuan-er-otoxid.zed and iinox dized oies. Tie lower limestones aie impiegiiHled with 11011 pvrile, with a i-par-e amount 01 copper pyrtte-, and these deiiosua uie! be.ng developed now. The line neiweeu the lime-tones ami' feldspathic is not shaip as the lime stone near the coutac , as a utle is greatly decomposed, forming a tort 01 trunsitiun zoiitt. The oru depoitoccm to be at ranged without any order in the limestone. Tho.'-e fiist discoveieil were completely oxidiied. The piesent oret are mixed more or less with stilphm, hut there is noceai line u dein.vka lion between tne oxidized and imoxid izetl oie. On the 200 foot level of the Czar eltalt, there is au apex of an im mense body of partiallv altered and uti alteiud Ftilpnide ore, containing proo ably 1,000,000 ions. But at the same time ai'oiil 50J feet below that level occur ores that are almost entirely altered. I'ne altered ores are, ot cy irse, most interesting to s.uly. The ore budies are uener.il. v found m ledge matter. This is a ferruginous cla whic.hu often dis'inctlv siiatilied. In places it carries copper, hut about Ui) pei cent of it does not ciny mo e than a tiace. rile copper is sometimes dis .-emulated hi tint- panicles of caihonite of blib-i-Xlde in thechue, but uioie gen et.illy it oct-uis as 1 ii tite. in compact masses ot liniomte, fomctimes ol vcm lareu 8izu, imbt.dwt in ihu clay. I l.e veiy lich ?pecitneii-i of tlie ca-tnoii tas of copper, lor nhicu thu mine is laiiiou.-. occur generally in the clay, clo-e to the limestone At times the oie occurs as metalic copper, genei all v in a jcllott, niiuly clay. Tueee ina-yes 01 native coj-per o-c.ur at the ho: mm of the gtea' pockets ot ledge matter and h'IiIoui hi the lop. The sulphide ore m nifes may occur at diffcient jtvels in the ledge matter. the copper otiginally was jutent a1- fiilphlile in huge lioities d lion pyilte.-. lu' c""u'"1 ol C01'1'1'1 ! W '- : H'h a- low a.- 2 pe ici.t. lit the ox 1 "' z",of thes..lpl,.de-..u..l aciu.n of ih. ttater peicoliitin ihiotth ihe 1 :uc '(.tiifttsu oj.iiiiilitv em i u t ..Kxin ii ii iiiiriivi)) v'ii'nt rt rt i it ! V'l i in mitu' uhanj:eu han rceulted in the piu-eut con- i (1 .tioiiM. Drifts biiiiie.niioj HimW SS pel ! i ' i ,cur. cai'ionate of lime in the liiueMuuc roof, th.le theelat llooi has hut a tiace. lieneiallj, howevei, a cave i- h'ruck. ll nqmntly, in ptoiu tu e on ihe c-iii int-t a dp u h-ii,n in the li mo-tune nnywhete showing: (hit th" to k in moie or U'" (!econipoed, 1 luki u :i n Men that.iti the liesuied limeMones. The etiiiiuibiit , if now focoiiipltie that me mintd in the niorninu can be shipped an mane I y tho evening of the ea u ih.y. Mr. i outihtRs extended a coidialjnvi tntiontoth In ti.ate wh n oing to or returnin ro n ihe Sa.i ''Hiiei c m 1 1- inir, to p v t vidi m the ..ompanv's v.,iik. o . ' m, ihrnrn .V fclfcBLE PUBLIC bChCOLb. Princ'pai'i- Rtput for the M. nth 0 February, IS99. Fditok 0 l: I lrtoe fii d herewith report ot the j ublic tclu.olH (or ebiu ary, 1899: Miss Warnng's Room Grades tl, 7 & 8. Entiie en.olliueiit 54 Monthl) enrollment -5 Daily attend nee 3!i Cases of tanliuess 5 Miss Hill's Room Grades 4 and 5. Kntire enrollment 72 Monthly enunlment ol! Daly attendance 5-1 Ca.-e- of taiihness 'i7t Miss Howe's ttoom Grade 3. Entiie ennillnic it KI Mooihlv emollment ....72 Daily aiteudauce 63 Cai-e:-taiduie.-H : ( Mis- Coin. 'o Kooin Giades 1 au.i 2. Entiie enrollment '.' 118 Muilld ciollineoi Iu7 1aily aiie dance 8- Cue-tunllie a- 17 Mt-t-S.owe'r U'.oiii Giad 1. Eliiol.Illent 118 Moi.lh eliiol.meiil 100 I)ad .illei.ituii, e ai Cacee iiud ne-s o' Slllhlll.i' f.il S. Iionl. Kiitue n I'l.m in 47J .Vion Ills ei lollmeiil ;,'.!. I .t 1 1 lend time vi'J.'l l'a-e- t.nil.ness ... .. .. ') 1 I he moil li f '' h 11 11 -ti m 1 1 . Kiiliiiei.l of 11 n.'.v , . 1 j h ! -. 11I a 1 en a-ed alien iau ' o. 13 ' m la u . wing piiueipa'ly : taidy r-.-o 1 -I10 m lliete mmi! t!' cheei 1 lie 'en- .ei , . tt le.-. . I , ri' t i 1 j in i'.i-. VII 1 - ' 11 in r i ., 1 4) to- t .I'll III O'H I lie cMlti.e ll.lli.I. 1( ! ' i'eil even tf ic-ii 1 . ( tlie- ji liincs I .ilii 1 tes ed to if III.;, m lino iiO - li n' ot 1'2.) pilj I- I m tiv p 1- ..hoV' lb a t-t.ii 1 lot whole 11 11 x.no:iiii-. I hi- .11 li ic .1 von 1 -1 11 t '. il ill' il.i.r 4 - t tt 1 ve li.iid mi a-ld'- b ie 1 o it. . inteii'lf ot, ' ' ti I 1 10 I v .1 . thoi-e 01-11 icis -fio wit,, hi 1 1 -i i-e t- tendance. Ve. tois v II lt- nt r offseiltiig the ioss o $1 I iO '. ..it S'hoii tuud foi the tif-i mx in an li- ol in- .-el'ool year liy re i-o'i of , icdii .tt.m 01 a iiituciiiih ul the t-i hool lax in. m o.i to 4V. by the bnaiil ol Mipei vi-or.-. sthoolft growing so las'. a inns i.ee.i more money, not less. In fact lb attendance teaches 328 lor (lie six months taught, and" wTt average rovt. 3U0 for t ie enti'e schii'tl e,fr. The old members aiming iho'p'ipi! of the Star Literarv society, by unaiumoti vet , nune I over to ihe pnucip.i $13 4 left in the tieanuy to he ad.fed to the library fund. The elocutionary ente - lainment, netieu fzj.o; 11ns m.tKea a lotrl of $37.20 which has been foi ward ed to Chicago for 90 new book", stiitanle fur every grade down to and including the fecund. The welcome newB that urouud liar been broken for a new school huildingoi lour rooms is pleasant iidoimatiou to our biiboidiuate teache e. 'Ibis insurer sullicieui room to properly carrv o'l oui school work nuxt year. If the Uppei fioorof 1 bo new budding can be so ai lauged bj n.eaus of motcable pattillonr thai ll can be ttuouii 11. to a .-ihool hall it will be a gt eat foi ward step educa tionaily. lh no ate mj many occasion when it can be nonle iirctul, that itma be Lonsideied almo-t a nece-s.ty. It is piobabk- that tbcgieai utii-iglit l ravine b .nudnig one side of the school aid will he filled up, ami a considei ahle am added to our i row.'ed (day gioiiui's. Nowoik that colli I be doin wjll add nio'O to the p e.wtl'e ol the Children ot ihe town; and 1 til. 11 vv II help t-o much n the way of iettr di cipline. Children mtt-l l.ave 100m i wotk off then sail In vi.a'uty in piopei uanies.ot the UMilart will be called 01 lo Fiiffer. 'I his is anothet Hep in lb highly coinmcn I tide , i -jiam ol pi vuling ample firl.t.fil l.iiliis foi on rni-ntlv gtowing town. Kei-iecifully, .. ' .McCis a. l'nn p tl t'uhlu S.'i.omI. Carpentir Not Wanted at Bisbcc. Word comes n 'he Ui'ptr.lic.ui i I'.ici from lii.ilieeth.it ihcie is.i ureal demand for eat peniets at Ilwhee. Wjja" are $1 j a day and not halt t many men tin ,ne needed can be oIii.umciI at that pt I e. 'Ihe aliote, vilnh is taken fuitn the 'lioeinx l'eptiblic.tn, la nilstle.nlinj in the exitenie and ni.iy b ihe cau-e of , filing up oui city ith carpenters when i tlm-e here now .ire not kept empioyeit ull of the tin. c. We do not kno v ft. -in v horn the Kepuhlicin tecc.ved it-, inlor. tnntiou, but it i a unmake. I'heic .m fiom btx to eii.t idle carpentet here at pit sent, run! others hare onh mikiII jobe, when ihey vmII be out of woik. Two Hies accidrntallv Hailed in lo n Buoday, but ci both subdued he- foro eiiy material datnao whh done and without th fi i department heini; called 0l, Ona kUuhi in t tear room ol flur'nov Myroi stora, bv ho exploeion of an oil ntove, an th- ot er .n the San Jose lodvue hnm-e, by n defective U)tv- --w Atteirrt t I la Up. A well kuiwii .. i-i. who k n 'y ked ih no to 1111 nil n h s n e, I ad ii'iite au in'eiexii g expi'ti. me w.th some 11 1 1 , w I ( u 1 1 ll.. 1 Ks it tended to ; told hn 1 upli.st lii.dit. As be tells it, I he win going home at aooui iu:.',u 11fiock l.i-t night, a'ld as he went down I the litilioaii tiaik hear the loiit.d .. . . , ......Be, i. ...er,. ...u,, B...,.v.. ... lioiii behind thecals. As lie turned his li -ak to leok at him, a man Horn 1 ne other side -imeiip and t-anl, '! want to see oh." "No you don't" said the leeutlemau ami with this he hull, d u tock U ch he call n (I in his Hand, at Ihe iobb;r with steady aim but it mi-fed Its mark and lauded atMiiiil the side of an b. 1'. box car with a ternble thud. 1'uis cu, the intei view snoi t and Ihe would liea--ail-ants 10.1k to then heti' wine AI . C. eui oowii th t'l'k wilu nu coal tails stand. ng out str:.ilitle ind. We publi-u an iaiei tin li.elit of Ko- ilol Dvrpepal.i cure in oui lioluiu.m Huh i.um in. I u- ii m -iv 1,1 our on. one upon miufiitr clulin., it neinir the amount re-i-rue, ami w.sli 10 B.i t out parous m,!,,.,! t hold kuld claim for the period ebd- inal we liellev tins f.iepuitttion is , woiih of a ina 1 ny any pel. -ill sutler ing 110111 ilus itg. 11 s.ng LUiipiatnt. V'e inii.eaiiy b.-lieVe 10 s ... eiMiali Jn wi.l do ' '', lot Null ..II 1 e ma .idavtmui Cl 11 11 lor 1 It K. - l.l D, T.,e, i" 6..j & p.epa,.,.i l) ihe wen k i Va -a. i J teli.t ile nun ut li. C. Ll i x Co, Lhnao, ..ml iioinoit' I i.i i eXinJ. 1 -nco in a Lain inesa .-en e, Willi ill.- Il" ill .tf atlVeiija ei-. we let 1 -ah Ill -avuu. Hill "' wiiit.ii i.o. place on I.i ii ink. I a plepa ' a .on hn Ihe i'.iih'ii Ll .f rla llli.ers I n,i I a eon tiy oi b nii.he-1 nan1, . Il'l 1'ill.rl'l -i no l ll'.-.-l U wyil d .uie IM it ll ivi.ii.u ml a mo-l tin, . . p.il l o a I i.i ii Mi.- j rr ( i a. i ku.. l e I t I I a hi - (ij . I. .. i . ej 1 .'i I I.i i. I"1 i ui Si .i- ii L) t in'. Mm.. i . i ' w.c. ! - ':e,i- . 1 1 t.VO( I I ,'i. oi : ' l k'i- i .t in h ". H,,.. i l V ..k aUvi - trLn; ,'lhe S;.k iVadc VeH 8Y THF Usf O? ROYAL A WONDERFUL RCMEOY- LJrJS 11 SELF. Pir.PiTU.L HEALTH BYTHEIR DAILY O ONE NEED 8E SICK. I'liey wll put tin EN IobII .Minuter of Lt8CHsei KVHtorc ViialitMtiive New L'lc row cr anU Energy to All, lie w Perfect W. HangeHiroiriAge Stop isi-a ay victora SO Tablets SO Cent5 At di MjifUU. or sant by mall on recoipt ot price by KOYALTAhLETCO aiK I.nfiijctte Ave, DElktn, - - MICH SI. LOWS BEER ILL lilSUKK, A k I .UNA. .. C SHATTUGK, ,. Pni rlcor u, ills foi Auhciiar-llil eli llruntti A:o .I itlon. t ImtpMrilf. tiitrt ? lt W. R. THOM, KlIEfNB-STCKECIinUt 2ibcc, A 1- na. Headstone." and Monninentf a Specialty Stone Ctiltintr of all kinds done u it h Heathens and dispute i. iCi'offlffliii BsiB-Dv sac. A BIG FRESH . loaf; '" " !! OI tlrcnd RclUored to jour Home l. lenvinv join- Older ut tlie Heme Bakery. I'itH. rookb-s Wpddtiitr uud Oi nnnie ntnl tM rtuiiiui!i rrcsnuvci'i Kuy. Host Mc'llfu! B. kcr in i c C y. J. A. a,. LI.BUt rr'oprietor. UK K.KY It l XT IiOOf TO Ti F tj'i mm LSlb I egtl Ai erlfeclnenfs. Dissolution of Copartnership. NOTICE 13 HKltEHV GITEN THAT THE. ruiiuttiicri,Llii Lert'tofore existing between Jmnes Qulim and Wlllinm Lunee basthls cluj 1 ecu dlvolvcl bj mutual content, Jat. Qulim nMun.inir full control of the bust. nrtts. All money du the late firm will b puu)(,e to himtUud b1i ttcC0unt mraln.t the kuia firm will be paid by him. Jas. Quiss, WU. LA3QS, Dated tUU. the 14th day of January, 16W. Notice of I-oriel tare. To John Grnhum, ills Hplrior Amla-aa; A on are lioitby notllied by the under klylied. oiir co-owner in the Vurrn Bty mine, -ituutod in tho Warren Mining diti let. In llipwerj Gulch about thrce-loui thu (?i) of u mile north ot the topper Queen smeltery tu the count) oi CochUe, .rlzonu, thut X huo exp. niled the until ot one liimdred dollar, in lubor on the uboo inhilin; claim In the pur loriniiiRC ol theuiinual work for the year lb 8. in oii'it to hold said claim under tk prolion- ot Sect inn 'iXH of the Kerltd btiituti-t. ot the United Stutek und the amend- n.tllts theieto, conicrjiinc uimiiul labor "ib l-tceml-erai. isus oiiit it within ninety (90) day- after the I iibiifutioii liercot you fail or refuse to cou tilLutc your proportion of uch expendl 1 in i-ith co-owner, your interest la the said itniip clnhii will liecome the pr the ubcrlber, your co-owner, ,lll(l(, tiluie,iut,a expi.tumue b "V.Jl":,'"" -, . 1Ma. Hilling ciio in win necoine xoe prooerrv or wno aaaa tha terns Lluted. Itlkbcc. Jan 9. 1S9Q. !ONaLD MACPHUX. iiikt i uldicution. J no u i y H.18W. r" Forfeiture., Notlce of To A. I . Stinnett. ls Heirs or Assigns: it-u mi licnlj uotiLea by the undsr- sit im, )ui.i co-owner u the Twin. Lone :ui t in t-i.l,uw Spung mining claims, n!t i in) in tin iiuitioid Uinlnu di.tiicC 11 ua 1 1 i . ti n i i.tiikii w, in the icuntj of Cochise, a i ioi.u, tliut 1 hue expended the sum on lnu, o.c.i doliuik U.U01 in labor on each of ' ' ' the ..i uie liitinrd mining claiin. iu the per il iK loi nuiu t-ol he uuuiiul noik for the year itv , ii, o.itt-r oi boid said claims under th 1 oM-ititiNO. Sfct un'&Uot the Bevised StaU .!. . tie Li.Ucoblute.mid the amendments U'i'li 'on orn. iirf uuauul labor upon mia- , . rn, itbcnij; the uiuouut required i .a inl i- llllll tut tbe period siidinc Da - i e. i . S. i d i i h.n idle ty (9.) days after tha , ., .lui.t.i, henol you lull or refuse to coa- r jn,.r ii-iiot lion oi bitch expenditure) . ' v.ia.1, n, i.- lnieret in tht'iala inin- . . t n: Ptcoiii' the propeitj of tha '. . '- . oui ci-uMier, who has mod ' .it iiul tuie b. the lirni f ui ' i lc l'cb. 8, .899. K. S.ADAU. ?i till iit-tion FiLruarj I. UM. ! THOMAS WHITEHEAD, Proprietor. A representative estaV lishintnt catering to -a representative people. OKO fGbod Fare, Reasonable Rates, Correct Service, ne. Tay acfl HMt! City arber Shop -Ana- Bath Rooms. Marks & VVittig, Proprietors, rlnlr Cuttinp. Shavine and Shaaiaoali Lurire, Convenient and Commodious Until Itooms Attached. Every tldiiL- Pint-Class. Main Street. BitbM FLETCHER BROS.' Wiieii You Wunt To move anvil inc li:ht, Anvthiilir heavy, Autthim: that needs careful hr.ndlini:, eall FLETCHER EROS. Trinit-fcr. Kapid DelUnry. Ke.uouabio Hates. li- iW Uf IB no n. or other ladies who wish to work Can Earn Lois of Money Woikh'g for uh in spare time at hom our cloth-. We offer you a cood chaac to make plenty of spending money eai 1. in Ici-tue liouu. .Send 12c. for clatli and full directum fcr woik, nnd com mence ni once. Uloth pent nny wharf. A.ldiV.- W INOOSKKT CO. (SOO-8) Bof ton, Mast.. Mf. Pept. ASSAY - OFFICE riUCB LIST lioid and Silver in one sample ,...$!.9 fcilu-r IM 'd l.fJt ('uihi, lion, Zinc, Silica, Lime, Milphur, Antimony and Iad, cacl l.Of EamidH liy malt or preiw rpprlve proiaaa ami carotid attention. Spi-cUl rates rivam on Ave suinples. Call (or sMiinile oacks. 5m pifs enn i,v leit ut Aii. Jtiers-i. Ot&aouaar tfcK'H ciivMijuro, ou.N.il. HtU. hOTnt, Tppnfpn SI fiLiiol m . ID I h 1 If 1 i ti uiiij :v.'' ; t,M..in. "H - M ? -t, $i Mi 'I i : r V i- 'j 4! : if s :r: 'V I- 1 ! 3 " , t Urn.