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3 ': a,.Mwv W'""' t, l-r. t- ii 1 1 a i it mi Lni"' ARIZONA DAILY ORB . 1 - V " ' PUBLISHED Kvr.W EVKNINa JCXCTStT SUNDAY, BV ALVAN W. HOWE, Catered at the!pot"offlco at fllsbee, ai tee- oud cln matter May 12. 1897. . k... Vl. Adwrllsinar rates wilt be .made known on HI nnlkattnn to this OU1CB, Lctfal nubltoatlont with thn Territorial Stntutet. -f.lii-. rWadYKYe loos 10 cents per line for eaoh.ln- ertlon. To Advirtiskks : Cuts Intended for Inser tion in ihMiirnliimn. must be on metal bases ipr they wlH not be accepted. fiftntumilotlftrn wilntltio. tn nnwl nl nal f I Alkl . )iriilfl Km nfiflrnnaml to KdltoP Oku. , . Jsr-AU Remittances and business letters houM be addressed to ALVAN W. HOWB. , . ... v i tBl'oo. Arizona, LP. WSHER. NEWSPAPER ADVKRTIS t Ins; Agent, 21 Merchants' Bxohaujce, San. Francisco, la our authorised nirent. This paper is kept on file In his otiloo. lilPsprolcoisKo. THtill&AY, AUGUST 10, 1890. OUR LOST ASTOR. In commentln iriiDou tho action of Blllle' Astor In becqralnc a British subject, tho Now TortotWor hi n s : "Wlllfam Waldorf Astor was not an Amer ican In any except the nominal sense of the word. Usually when his naineoame before the public It was in connection with some act of snobbishness or bad taste- that made Awegiqanf wish foreigners could not refer tblitrft as ''your feilow countryman.' Also It was extremely dlstusteful to him to think of himself as an American. It re Biladcd hlin of the nncestral butchers and peddlers. Aml,w.hen he talked to Americans of hi pet delusion his unfounded and now publicly Exploded notion that he was de scended not from German peasants, but from haughty French and Spanish nobles he knew that they were laughing lit their sleTesot him. "Amer.cn rtvtsilns all of him that wan of any Talue his property. That remains hero to enrich this country. Only its inoome goes broad, and It has been going abroad for years anyhow. But it is difficult to understand why so threwd s.nd so snobbish a man should have Dmade suqh a stupid blunder. As an Ameri can citizen he was a sovereign, meeting on terms of perfect equality whatever persons hetould induce by lavish entertainment to associate with hlin. Ar an Englishman he is n subject, one of the lower.clnsKOti, a nobody, because in Bnglund jrankgoas by birth and n rich person or the lower olasses may be tol erated but always looked down upon. Ills social position u 111 undergo a subtlo ohango that will cause him many painful humllia tlaiiH. His grentcst card In England was his Amorlcun citizenship, and he lms thrown It wway. . It is rarely iliat an Amerlcau man of 'any prominence hnx been foolish enough to do this. He may not like to live iiithlscountry; he maj talk and think suporolllqusly about It. But nnlosjrthere Is such reason, as Im pelled Benedict At uold or some suoh rousou as drove to Knglish citizenship afow Confed erate leaders Judah P.Benjiimln for In- stance-rtho American Is too shrewd to ex change the rights of a king for the snubs and slights thnt are the portion of an ontitlcd and nucestorless subject." Ghnerax. Wood has chased yellow jtiak out (ft Santiago, but he has got u foothold In the Soldlor's Home, at Humpton, Yu. Hhib'H achnnco for, the Tsmmony , tiger; The owner of n Spanish bull offers to back him for auy amount agulnst any animal. i The rilil mnvAtnont. ulilcli fnllf.il wlinliOfin. (Grant was president, to muko San Eomlmrd BAmorlcan property, shows signs of reviving. With nil due respcot to Governor Chau- cdler, of Goorgla, the southern negro has no moiioK1y of trouble earned by fools and pol lltlclans. ! Thk Cubans' who expected to hold ofllco nnder the new dpul( ajpe,ar to beaithe only Jones who are clamoring for the withdrawal (of American authority. Sknatob Hanma, lllie Andrew Curneglo, 9iiiteiidsel)liyi:out,hls liirge buslnosi Inter- u. Hut there the lkenos onils. Mr. SHanna intends devoting all his time to poll- Sties, not to philanthropy. Adu.halDkwky'S recent exporlenco indi cates that It Is dangerous for a prominent nan to express an opinion, even iu the pres ence of u'doctor, without 1U gettfuc into the Inew (papers. Thk Assistant Secretary is, ns usual during this vacation seu on, now bavins; his Inning in Washington. Sometimes the big heads Quired during this season never get back i their normal size. '' "WITH nil of his experience In having to look pleasant lieu lie felt iho other way, tolonol Honry Wuttorkou, of tbe Courler- tJournal, litis not been up ngaliut aiijtblnjr ore than his present tusk in that lino, John J Ixualls refuses to bo a corpse. e has arisen from his coiflti and his fi lends 'say that Kansas will send him to congress. rjsat's the matter with Tom Watson and lava K. Hill? Can't they bo resuscitated? Twbxty thousand cow bo) s from the wott uld end tliewurlu the Philippines Iu short rdor. Theconlioys might not have inurh tape and would not need General Otis to gtell thunt how to advuuee, Tho only order who cowboys would need would lie an order t - Z a ...I l,n Vllll,. t THK Uiimlm Dec worustlio deadly parniici ' OS jueuarui una in iiiu luuowing lasinua; J "TreulVH coufliied to Inland of Luzon; p soilthoru Islands quiet and pcoplo sutlstlcd 81 with Anirrleau rule. Uebels In Island of "i Cebtl attacked by Infantry, ulded by cruUot' i&i Chnrlenton, and driven from entrenchments, '.vpon. Otis might censor hfs own olQclal dls " iiatchcs ulid make an elfart to reduce them '5? huiinouy. Moki Ten poeitirely curea sick homl -che, iiiiligestion iukI constipntioii, A ueliKHtlul licru drink'. Uomoves nil ruptiaus of tho skin, prajuoing n per fect complexion, or money refunded . 25 fcte. nnd 50 ets. Fur enlu nt Ilisbcu u)tu Store. , ., -,,.- -TMN:t?ti7T.'J',j:'" ' '' Soiil-Smelling Catarrh. f1f2wVi la nna nt thft ittAsi nViat.lnnta diseases, nnd hence the most difficult to got rid or. Thero i but one wny to cure it. Phe disease Is in the blood, and nil the sprays, washes nnd inhnling mixtures In the world enn have no nermnnent !efTect whatever upon it. Swift's Spe cific cures uatnrrn permanency , ior it is the only remedy which, can reach the disense and force it from tho blood. Mr. B. P. McAllister, of Harrodsburg, Ky., had Catarrh for years. lie writes: i "1 could see no Improvement whatever, thouRh I was conswnuy ireuicu wnn spraya gjs and washes, and differ- out lnnauiiK remedies in f Act. I could feel that each win tor I wnsworss than the year previous, "Finally It was brouKhtto my notice tlmt Oatnrrh was a blood disease, and after think ing over the matter, I saw It was unreasonable to expect to be cured by remedies ivhlch only readied tho Hurfnce. I then decided to trv da o .-.I .fii,n raw kilties wereiiseu. i nn- ,i'.,'i ."nnr.ntlhle imnroveincut. Oontlmilnu the remedy, the disease was forced out of my system, and a complete euro wai the result. I advise all who have this dreadful dtsenso to abandon thelrlocal treatment, which has never done them any Rood, and take 8. S. 8., a rem tdy that can reach tho diseaBe and cure It." To continue the wrong treutment for Catarrh is to convintio to suffer. Swift's Specific is a real blood remedy, and cures- obstinate, deep-seated disenses, "whiohother remedies have no effect whatover upon. It promptly reaches Catarrh, and never fails to euro even tho most aggravated oases. most aggravated S.S.SJ fs Purely Vegeti For Rlnnd merjiuuu Purolv Vegetable, nnd is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no dangerous minerals. Books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia, THE O. K. o- Horses boarded by the day, week or month. Rigs furnished on short notice. HOUSES TAKEN CARE OF AT RATES TO SUIT THE TIMES. Horses Bought and Sold B. F. GRAHAM & CO., Prop CLA-IfcT C-T RESTAURANT Fresh Kansas City Heats Constantly on Hand. We Cater to all Classes. Private Parties and Ban quets a Specialty. Nothing but white help employed. Give Us a Call. Onier" Barker, Prop. Mrs. M. J. Blair, Prop. A complete lino of the lates styles of Spring and Summer Goods Just Arrived. Pattern Hats of the Latest Besip. lints trimmed to order a specialty. Call and inspect my goods before purchasing elsewhere. THEUNION MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PORTLAND, MAINE. (INCOKPOBATKD 1848.) After 3 years extended insurance se cured automatically by the operation of a statute of the State of Maine. The only company in the world doing busi ness under such a legal provision. It payB more proportionately to living pol icy holders in settlement of policies' than any other company. It's insu rance isgiltedgo in everv way. G II, Adams, N. W. Ohask, Manager, Resident Agent, Phoenix, Bisbee, Arizona. V. G. MEDIGOVICH, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In GROCERIES. Poiiltry. OAME KECEIYED " liquors, vines Claors ood iodqcc&s. w m k BSBtE Mil Strum House First-Class Board Day, Week or Month. IJOAItDING HOUSE IN REAR OF MASONIC TEMPLE. Mbs. A. W. Stjbumm, Proprietor BISBEE anu NACOSAEI Stage Line; TIM TAFT,:Prop. Leave Bisbee Tuesday and Fridays. Arrive in Bisbee Tuesdays and Saturdays Office At Copper Queen Store VI tit ii.lt i ni.tit.it i ii (ltd ii1 N. Angius, Prop. 'Iff- FAMILY GROCERIES, WINES, Cigat s, and. Tobacco. A full assortment of Candies, Fruits and Nuts. Cor. O. K. & Railroad Ave. W. E. THOM, E Bisbee, Arizona. Headstones and Monuments a Specialty Stono Cutting of all kinds done witli neatness and dispatch. leave orders at me Bisbee Drug store. bif Him !TnI uunu nnnu oiun M. JOHNSON & CO.. Props. Second-hand goods of all kinds bought and sold. Sewing machines cleaned and repaired. Matressess rur aired. If You Want to Buy or Sell Any thing Let Us Know Before Oolng Elsewhere. i r Place of Business, Biewery Guluh.sec ond door north of Shuttnck 8 Biewery Saloon. The Jersey Dairy, A. W. STRUriM, Prop. Pure, Fresh Milk Delivered All Parts of the City Every Evening, to PURECREAM IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITY In Tho Only Dnirv in Bisbee Blooded Cows. Ilavin Satisfaction Guaranteed Leave orders at the Strum m boarding liouso or this office. T. METZ, Prop'r. OffirP An1 Work, Tombstone Can; on VSllllC Bisbee. Arizonu. Soda water. fr Sarsaparilla, Ginger-ale, Etc., Etc. Orders from aboad will re ceive promptjattention. Orders. for the nlty of Bisbee will be delivered free witboutldolay. Family order solicited. SO n Gii n ! I M CHER 1 m m. SOPPER II Mill 1HIEN Incorporated Under CAPITAL STOCK In 5,000,000 One Full Paid and Non-Assessable and Carrying no Personal Liability, OFFICE OF THE COflPANY: Room 4, Bryson Block, LOS ANGELES, CAL. PETER JOHNSON, Fiscal Agent for Arizona .wv'bvm Legal Advertisem2nts. Dissolution of Copnrtttcrflliip. tfotlco is hereby el veil thut tho copartnership heretofore exUtlng between J. II. Juclt and N. W. Chase, under tho ilrm namo of J. H. Jack Lumber Co., has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, J. H. Jack assumlne full control of the business. All money due the lato firm is payable to him, and all accounts acalnst said Ann will be paid by him. N.W. CHASE. J.H.JACK. Dated Bisbee, July 1, 1899. Summons. jN THE JUSTICE COURT, NO. 2 PRECINCT L County of Cochise. Territory of Arizona. j. S. WILLIAMS & CO. Plaintiff. vs. .TAMES SHIRLEY. Defendant. Action brought In the Justice Court No. precinct, iu and for the County of Coohise in the Territory of Arizona. In the namo of tho Territory of Arizona to James Shirley defendant, greeting. You are hereby summoned and required to nnpoar in an action brought against j on by the nbove mimed plaintiffs in the Justico Court of No. 2 Precinct, in and for tho County of Cochise, in tho Territory of Arizo na, and answer the complaint iiled in said Justice Court, at Bisbee, in said County, within five dajs, exclusive of the day of ser vice, after the service upon you of tills sum mons, If served within this precinct, but if served without this precinct, but within tho oounty.ten dujs; if servod out of tho county, flfteon dnjs; in ull other cases twenty days. ""Tho said action is brought to ohtutn judg ment against you to recovor tho sum of fl'ZVOO duo the unovo-named plaintiff, to gether with the costs of this actiou or judg ment by default will bo taken against you according to prucr of uicl c.unplulnt. Given under my hand at (Seal.) Bisbee this 13th duy of June, is y. WILLIAM SCUIMSHEU, Justico of tho Peace of said l'reclut,2 First publication Juno 15, VJ. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. SWEEPSTAKES MINE. To Jumes A.Nolley, your heirs or assigns; You are heroby not! lied by tho under signed, jour co-owner iu tho Sweepstakes miuiug claim, situate iu tho Warren Mining District, in the County of CochUo, To rltory of Arizona, the location notice of which ii recorded in tho otlico of tho County liecorer of the County of Coohlso, iu book U, page GOO, Record of Mines, that it has expanded the sum of one hundred dollars in each of tho years from and including the ear eigh teen hundred uud eighty-seven, to. and In cluding the year eighteen hundred and ninety eight, making a period of twelve j oars, in the performance of tho annual work for each of said years, required by'the laws of congress to be performed upon said claim to hold the same. And you, your heirs and assigns have failed to contribute your proportion of the expenditures required by section 2JZI of thq revised statutes of the United States, to bo made upon said claim for tho jears from and including the year eighteen hundred nnil plirhtv Rnvfiii. toand Inclildlm? the Year eighteen hundred and ninety eight, making a period of twelvo'3 ears. llm sum ihi&frbm you. your heirs or as signs to tho hndoi'slgnoil, your co-owner in said claim, as jour proportion or tliomou v a expended by it upon said claim as nbovo sot forth, is t-ix hundred dollui'i., for which j mi til o delinquent at the date of this notice. You, j our heir uud usslgns, nro heroby notified, that, if ou should fall or refuso to coiitrihut your proportion of the above expenditure within ninety dajs after tho publication of this notice once a week for ninety dass.your interest iutheSweepstakes Mining claim will become forfeited to, and the property of. our co-owner, tho undor ftitfucd, whoso lesldeiico and plaoo of busi ness uro nt Bisbee, CouhUo Count), ArizOnn. Coi'VKB Qobek Consolidated Mining Co. Dated July 1st, 1899. ftH ME or other ladies who wish to work Can Earn Lots of Money Working for us in spare time at home on our cloths. We offer you a good chanco to make plenty of spending money easi ly, in leisure hours. Send 12c. for cloth and full direction for work, and com mence at once. Cloth sent anywhere. Address W1N00SKET Op. (300-S) Bos ton, Mass., Mfg. Dept. -Roses. Cut Hoses ofall kinds for sale at 35 cents per dozer.. Special rates given to festivals 'and parties. Particular attention given to shipping orders. Flow ers carefully packed. MRS. J. O. DUNBAR, phol Addition. Pliopnix. Arizona. ' t the Laws of Arizona $5,000,000 Dollar Shares. loses IND I lilll: I . . THE PORTLAND . . ii Siii lain Hi mil lllllffi Ml! INCORPORATED UNDER Capital Stock In 5,000,000 One Fully paid up and forever nou - personal liability BOAIID OF C. A. OVKRLOCK. C. E. E. D. Collins, OFFICERS: C. A. Ovkrlock, President, C E. Cuumixrs, Vice-President and Secretary, Asa Bahnaby, Treasurer, Edwaiid D. Collins, General Manager. DEFOSITORYl Consolidated National Bank, Tucson, Arizona. HOME OFFICE AT BISBEE, ARIZONA. A limited number of shares aro now being offared for sale at 10 cents per share. Applications may be made at any time to the Secretary, and no applica tion for less than 100 shares will bo accepted, the Company reserving Jlie -Tight., at any time to advance tho price of stock without notice. ' St . Louis Beer H 11 1 IK LIB I V. Agent for Anheuiser Brewing Association, Wholesale and Retail. - BREWERY AVENUE, - BISBFE, ARIZONA. Experienced Mixolo gists. In Well 'funlished Club ' ltoomp for the use ft K of Patrons. o Fines Wines, Liquors and Cigars. McKay &. Rinlajson, Trops. HAIN STREET. WARREN LAUNDRY CO, PLANT Situated 'in i. 'i? (itV ) Wallace 'Office j C " FREE COINAGE SALOON J. E. BROWN, Prop. Carries the famous Sills T7"elT7-et "Wlslkie FIXE WINES, ETC. International and Sun Spot Ci?as MjasvKVS'S ".ZSl - VSAHiiia) k tt- a. joerss, 1CSI put I ik--!- Stationery, Wall Paper, News Depot. MAIN STREET, WILLIAMS & Us i lots Ml rm Rea Houses looked after in the abj-enco of the tenants. lcnts collected. Teims reasonable. We nmr hnvu the follow ing bargains to offer for cnhh ; don't dol.iv if you want to buy, or some one else will iret in iiIumiI of you: A (iUi-room furnished house, cunti.illy located. " H' . 1 ... ...n......1 ImltDllJ lllltf til tfttl 1 U IWO'IUUIIIVU liwiiiivioi niiv in v.. One two-roomed house in Brewery omenviae. IluildiiiB lots, already jiradcd, J2.").00 u), in Brewery pulch. Ojio lot.Chlliuiiliim iiill, uiaded andfom;e.i; 7:10J feet $10. Ono hoiiFe nnd lot, Breweiy Gulch. Good location, near V'iou road. A four-room boilsu, lingo yard, chicken una out hoiucn, togoUer with ouj loom mlobo $400. J.J.KH'E JX DUCAHKj: HIIILWoti THE LAWS OF ARIZONA. .,$5,000,000 Dollar Snares. assessable and carrying no to the holder. DIRKCTOKSl Cummixoo, Asa BAkNAnY, A. II. Campiielt., r rnrn ;t n L. C. SHATTUCK, Prop. r New a.nd Elegant Quarters .AT THE OLD STAND. BISBEE, ARIZ.k iff. A$ I. & AlA. Building, 1as7 Entrance. 7JV AA RiS fH.lZV,'Vr'Vv'3lSTtS1'l'1'tVTl - !i F?" ER HE IG :miisa:nwifismimmmi.z r.; Bt: THE JEWE)EER ZX?'WAS'. c? I J BISBEE, ARIZONA KV HOWE, Props. i M i ii. ululi. near old ginveyaid; furnished Office K m f at. 'r ,.. riwmzwmvFW2uwtS3s$!