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ARIZONA .ftAILYj ORB.
PUBU8HBB kWY KVKNINO
KXUKtT'&JKDvh BY'
ALVAN W. HOWE,
ftnterod at the posttofflco at IMiboo, a see
ond class matter May 12. 1897.,
- Advertising rates will be mnUp Unown on
-npplloation to'thl office. Legal nubllontloiu
"In conformity with the Torritoml Statutes.
t Reading Mottoes 10 cents per lino for eaohllu-
rtlon.
To ADVXKTI8KR3! Cuts Intended foriner
'( Hon in these columns must be on metal bases
r they will not be accepted.
I Communications relating to news or edl
' torlal matter should be addressed to Editor
OKI!.
S S-AU Remittances and business letters
ri.be addreed to .
s ,. . BUW. Arizona,
If P. FISHER, NEWSPAPER ADVERTIS
Jt ins Agent, 21 MerohanU' Exohanco, San,
Francisco, is our authorized ageuU This
paper Is kept on tile in his office.
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1899.
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AN APPEAL FOR GOOD ROADS.
i Tub following, from the El Paso Herald, is
oppropro, and nplles to tho territories as
, well as to older settled communities. Good
roads much as good schools.nre a sure index
t,tp the progressive intelligence of the people,
1 and the town or vlllago whose citizens are
i awaite te their own material 'interests to
. th.at extent that they continuously keep
u in good repair the public roads leading to
and from ttyr.borders,1nre suro to roap tho
. reward wliloh follows In tho wako of such
advanced ideas. The Hnruld says:
, "We mortals accent, tlvo. tremendous ad
vances of thjnlnetponth century with tho
, utmost equanimity, seldom stopping' to
think of the great changes that have taken
v place within a generation. Such is. the easo
, of communication yby wire and rail at this
t day.that moro than over before the vlllago
.communities of the country are coming to
toko on the characteristics of suburbs of
, great oltlos. Iu one particular the United
j States is far behind the tlmesr,to'her own
great loss; that i in road building. Roughly
, speaking, any form of communication 1s-
cheaper than travollng ovor our ordinary
roads, and necessarily the farmer and dweller
i in outlying dlstrlottumust suffer most from
s this condition. A campntgn-vfor good roads
t blight to have tho support of the mass of tho
4 people in any community Perhaps one of
' the greatest draw-backs is tho unfortunate
but generally admitted fact that the road
fund Is usually legitimate prey for all
j. pplUical shysters and dishonest contractors
i In the community. People are low to yote
I away their good money in the- full knowl-
' odgo that a lurge proportion of tho amount
. that should be devoted to building roads
i will go to enrich, a few unscrupulous con
i traotors und conniving olllco holders. In
this matter as in others oifectlng tho wel-
fare of our pooplo buslnoss principles must
; Boonor or luter eomo to prevail. Why should
not n city conduct Its business ou principles
similar to thoso which guldo tho ouroful and
progressive buslno.s man in his private
affairs?"
j ,i .,
; The defaulting Chicago bankor, who ran
( away with money belonging to churches and
, breweries, cannot be charged with discrimi
nation in his stealing.
c
i Tax New York dallies recoivo so muoh
abuse, that it Is really a pleasure to say that
not one of them approves tho proposed $200,-
OOQ.OfOvWufer job, whichjis being pushed by n
lotut politicians..
Tub superstitious find something alarming
c, iu the sudden death of tho second sculptor
t engaged in making tho Dewey triumphal
arch in New York" City. Both men dropped
dead without warning.
i Accoiuumq to a statement issued by tho
jWnr Department, tho Cuban revenues for
, the first six months of the year paid all tho
expenses of the military occupation and
left a surpluss of more than a million dot-
iurs.
Qobubl of Kentucky has warned his op
i poncnts that aftor the election, win or. loosO(
he will have business to transact with thoso
who havo denounced him us a liar, a scoun
drel and a murderer. Goebol'd frionds say
, there will be at loa&t three duels after the
election.
Govkiinok Bushnbli .of Ohio expresses
tho belief that tho contest for presidency
next year will bo muoh closer chan It was in
1836. Domoorats have figured that a ohango of
25,000 properly distributed that year would
have elected tholr cuudldate. Anything
closer tliun that would prove to bo uti
comiortuble. No bond ln.no Is ever so popular us ono for
the lucreuse of public sohool facilities. It is
woll for the future of tho republto thutthls
is so. No mutter how low down a man limy
be or how unscrupulous us a politician, ho
knows woll that to antagonlzo tho public
schools would incuu to array ugalntt him
self tho. entire community. Oentiral educa
tion is tho wortt foo to political corruption,
und it Is only fcur that causes a cortaiu class
of demagogues to champion freo education.
Notthuttho will bosulforors, porhaps, but
tliolr suecoKsors can not stand nguiiut an en
lightened publla opinion."
Cai-t. Maiik L. IU.usky of tho T.volfth U
II., Infantry, who is home on a leavo of ab
sence from Mutitlu, gave somo opinions
about tho VUlplnoi, which aro not of the
usual run, vuys the Southern Messenger.
, Asked what sort of folks tho FlllplnoJ are,
the captain sud: "They aro far from being
tho Ignorant men that thoy havo boon repre
sented to be. '1 hoy uro not Idol worublppors,
but belong to the Catholic church, und are
woll grounded in tho tenots of tholr belief.
They aro an Intelligent people, u part of
them bolng nbjo to read und wrlto. Iu my
army oxpcrluiico I huvooomo In contact with
tho Mexican greaser and tho Uiibuus. From
rhat I saw and heard while at Manila, I
havo no hesitation iu saying that they uro
t tho superior of either of thoo poo-,-plo.
They aro men of oducatlou ami rolliie
.inont," "Aro thoy compotont to govern
themselves?" he wns next asked, und to that
he replied: "Woll, tho Msxlontis liuvo suc
ceeded vory well In tlmt direction, and I see
no reason why tho Filipinos khouldu't, inus
inuoh us I bollove them fur moro Iiitulllgout
thun the former." Asked what Hold there
wns In tho Philippines for Protctuut mis
sionary uoth, tho captain suld: "Well, they
might just us well, send missionaries to con
, vert tho people of Spufii, thoru Is just as
much chum o to make convert,"
W. J. ChilKa will'piiint you a sign for
'k. or $.1.00. .' nSbUf
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Scrofula, a Vile
Inheritance. .
, Serof ulft is tho most obstinate of blood
troubles, and is often the result of an
inherited taint in the blood. S. S. S.
is tho only remedy which bobs deep
enough to roach Scrofula; it' forces' out
every uraco oi me atsease, ana ou&eq.
the worst cases.
My ion, Gharlto, was afflicted from lnf&noy..
with Sorofula, and ha suffered to that it waaj
impossiDie to aress mm
for ( three years. His
ae&a ana Dqay were a w "i
xiass of sons,- and his
eyesight also baoame
atteoted. No treatment
was spared that we
thoucht would roliavn
him. but he grew woroe
unui nis condition was
Undeed pitiable. I ibid
almost despaired; of his
var heJmr cured, vhm
by the advice of a friend
we save him S. S. S.
(Swift's Snecino. Ada.
eldod Improvement wag the result, and after
he had taken a doton bottles, no one who knew
of his former dreadful oondlUon would hare
recognised htm. All the sows on uls body
have healed, his skin Is perfectly clear and
smooth, and he has been restored to perteot,
health. Mrs. S. S. Mabrt.
880 Elm St., Maoon, Ga,
For "real blood troubles it-is-a waste-
tors. Blood diseases are beyond their?
8m. swnrs apecinc,
S.S.S.61ood
reaches-, all deen-seated cases which
1 bthor. remedies have ho effect upon. It
is tho. only blood" remedy guaranteed
jturaiy vegeiaoie, anu contains uo poi-
ash, mercury, or other mineral.
Books mailed free to any address by
Swift Specific Go., Atlanta, 'Ga.
THE O. K.
Horses boarded by the
day, week or month. Rigs
furnished on short notice.
HORSES TAKEN CARE OP AT RATES TO
SUIT THE TIMES,
Horses- Bought and Sold"
B. F. GRAHAM & CO., Prop
M. P. FREEMAN,
President.
Wit. C. DAVIS,
Visc-PtiwUdent.
THE
Mi! fill Bi
" Of Tucson, Arizona.
Capital Paid Up $ 5.0,000
Surplus and ProMs 10(000
Deposits 400,000
Money transfers made by druft, telegraph
or cabld to points nil ovor the world.
Accounts of individuals, firms nud corpo-
i-atl' ns solid tod, imd their Intorckts carefully,
looked utter. H. D.TENNEY.
Cash.
V. G. MEDI0VICH
Wholesale and Retail Donlor In '
QROGERIES.
Poultry..
Liquors, wines cigars gdo io'gqccos..
f( . ! x- L sL 1 jnI J- I- x t-. jJ, y
HOWiAKB , CO. I
PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES!
Wholesalo and Ketail. if
iSll S.. Main St., Los Angeles, CiilifA'
f. ' - t i- 'i -r- f;rfrs" .-jf
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Mrs. M. J..Biair, Prop..
A complete lindofitlio-latcs stylus
oi' Spi ing-anil Summer Goods Jiibt
Arrived.
Pattern. Hats of the Latest Desian..
lints trimmed to order u specialty.
Call and inspect my goods before
purchasing elsewhere.
Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
.Nature in stroiik'thenlntr and recon.
-structiDRtha exhausted dlgestlvo or
rojisu. Itisttiejatest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieved and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nauaea.
SIckiIeadache,Gastralgla,Oramps,ana
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C DtWltt A Co., Chicago,
Capper Queen Stoic
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MRS. M. BLEWETX
PROPRIETRESS
A FULL LINE OF
N. Angius, Prop.
CHOKP- FHILY GROCERIES, W!HES, LIQUORS
Cigate, and Tobacco. A full assortment
of Candies, Fruits and Nuts.
Cor. O. K. & Railroad. Aye.
W. R. TH0M,
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Bistoce, Arizona.
Headstonoaand Monuments a,Sp,eciaUy
Stone Cutting rffall kinds dona.
with neatness and dispatch.
Leave orders oi the Bisuee Drug store.
ID: ID 1
.'. M. JOHNSON & CO.. Props.
Second-hand goods of all kinds bought
and Bold.
Sewing machines cleanedand-repaired:
Matreescss rej aired..
If You Want to Buy or Sell Any
thing Let Us Know Before Going
Elsewhere.
Place of Business, Brewery Gulch. sec
ond door north of Shattuok s Brewery
Saloon.
The Jersey Dairy,
A. W. STRUflM, Prop.
Pure Fresh. Milk Delivered to
All Parts of the City Every
Evening,
PURE CREAM .EJWS
The Only Dairy in Bisbeo Ilnvin
Blooded . Cows.
Satisfaction If: Guaranteed
Leavo orders at the Strumm boarding
house or this office.
T. METZ, Prop'r.
Office And '"J-.1 'i'o'nl'.stcme ijn
v"",w ltUbeo, Arizona. '
Soda water. ,, .
$fe Sarsaparilla,
Ginger-ale, Etc., Rtc.
Orders from ahoad will re
ceive prompt attention.
Effi-0nlers for the city of Blaboo will bo
delivered free' without dolay. Pumlly order
solicited.
01 IS
Incorporated Under
CAPITAL STOCK
In 5,000,000 One
Full Paid and
Carrying no
BBBEE-
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8oo!8, stioes cod Genrs Fumismngs Gooas
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OFFICE OF THE COflPANY:
; Room 4, Bryson Block,
LCS ANGELES, CAL.
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j PETER JOHNSON,
NOTICE OF FOPFEITURE.
SWEEPSTAKES MINE.
TOjJnmos A.'tJolloy, your lielrsor assigns;
You oro hereby notified by the under
signed, jour co-ownor In tho Sweepstakes
""""IH'ichtlnj, situute in the Wurrcn Alinintr
Uistrictv (n the Oountj; of Cochise, Te ritory
of Arizonn.jlhe location notice of which is
recorded iu tho office of tho County Recorer
?Li! County of Cochise, in book 8, inure
009, Record of Minos, thut it has expended
the Kuni of ono hundred dollars in ouch of
tho jears f roin und ineludini; tho j car elgh
t"0" hundrod'and elirhty-soven. to. mid in
cluding the yeur eighteen hundred und
ninety eight, making u period ot twelve
5eura, In tho porformuiico ot tho annual
work for each of said year? required by the
laws of enncress to be perf oi mod upon butd
cluini tQjhold tho Karoe.
And you, your heirs and assign:, have
railed to contribute your proportion of tho
expenditures required by Miction 'iiil of tho
revised statutes of the United States, to bo
inado upon said claim for tho ears from
j i,nc.luil'C the j ear eighteen hundred
and eighty seven, to and Including tho year
eighteen hundred and ninety eight, making
a period of twelve years.
llie sum due from you, your heirs, or as
signs to tho undersigned, your co-owner
in said claim.us your proportion of the mon
eys expended by it upon, said claim o above
set forth, is six hundred dollars,, fpr which
yoi,uro.doJiiquentat the datoof this notice.
P J'.our heirs and assigns, are hereby
notified, thut, If you, should full or refuse to
contribute your proportion of the above
oxpei.dlturo within ninety days after Hio
publication of this notice onco u week for
ninety days.jour Intorost iutheSwnepstakes
Mining claim will become forfeited to, ond
tho property of. jour co-awnor, tho under.
slgnetl, whoso robldenco and placo of busi
nes are at Bisboo, Cochlso County, Arizonn,
COI'PKB QUEKN CONSOLIDAXBP MlNINO Co,
Datcd'July 1st 18
-SOUTHWESTERN BUSINESS
COLLEGE. El Paso, Texas.
Tho modern business training school ofthe
Southwest.
I wo Coui:sns: Business and Shorthand
embracing ISook-keoplng, Arithmetic, Com
mercial Law, liuciuess Writing, Spoiling,
Letter Writing, Kapid Calculating, Uusines
Papors and Legal Forms, Shorthand, Type
writing, Oilice 1 ruining in Retailing, Whole
saleiug, Commission, JJauktng by Actual
Business Practice.
We oifer the suporior advantage of splen
did equipment, and pergonal Instruction un
der trained specialists. Wo prepare students
for the best positions which we secure. Stu
dents "Home" iu connection. Write for rates
eto Fall Term begins September 1st. Es
tablished 1808. It. H. COOK, Prln'l.
Strum House
First-Class Board
Day, Week or Month.
BOARDING HOUSE
INT REAR OF MASONIC TEMPLE.
Mrs. A. V. Strom m, Proprietor.
EISBEE Ml IAC0SIRI
Stage.. Line,
VIM TAFT, Irop.
Leave Bisbeo Tuesday and Fridaya.
Arrive in Bisbeo Tuisdayn-tvnd. Saturdays
Off irr At Copper $,wee. Store
KfkllWm. 1,010 ii.ioiti nti ican lird
or otiier ladies who wiah to work
Can Earn Lots of Money
Working for us.in spare time at home on
our cloths. We offer you a good chance
to make plenty of spending money easi
ly, in leisure iioure. Send 12c. for cloth
and full direction for work, and com
mence at once. Cloth sent anywhere.
Address W1NOOSKET CO. (300-S) Bos
ton, Mass., Mfg. Dopt.
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Cut Roses ofall kinds for sale
at 33 cents er dozen. Special
rates given to festivals and
parties. Particular attention
given to shipping orders. Flow
ers carefully packed.
Mt?S. J. O. DU3TBA11,
Qapitol, Addition. Phnnnix, Arizona.
the Laws of Arizona.
- - $5,000,0.00
Dollar Shares.
Non-Ass.essable and
Personal liability.
Piscr.l Ajjentlor Arizona
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Mil, Sill liiiii. ini i
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INCORPORATED UNDER
Capital Stock
In 5,000,000 One
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Fully paid up and forever non-assessable and- carrying no.
personal liability to the liolder-..
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KOARO OF DIRCCTOKSi
G. A. Ovkhlock, C. B. Cummiws, Asa B.vayAurfc
E. D: Colwsbj A. II. Campbell,
OIfFXCZCIt.9:
G. A. Overlook, President,, C. E..CoMMiNom Vice-President and Secretary
Asa Baknaby,, Treasurer, Edwabd D. Collins, General Manager.
T . DEPOSITORY:
Consolidated National Bank, Tucson, Arizona.
HOME OFFICE AT BISBEE, ARIZONA.
A limited number of Bhaiea aro now being offered' for sale at 10 cents pefr
share. Applications ma be made at any time to t'.io Secretary, and noiapplica
tion, for less than 100'eharea will be accepted, the Company reserving tho right
at any time to advance tho price of stock without notice.
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Agent for Anheuiser Brewing Association,
"Wholesale and Retail. - - -
BREWERY AVENUE,
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Experienced Mixolo-
gists. ft
Well furnished Club
Uoomp for the use M
of Patrons. g
F incs Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Mclvay & Finlayson,. Props.
HAIN STREETT. BISBEE, ARIZ;.
WARREN LAUNDRY CO;:
PLANT
tit.
Situated in
SfS"
Citr ) WaHace Building,
( )ffl.Ce ( "" East Entrance.
eoao cftfr oafr6ia o-c-x(vi c-j-ooooo
FREE C0INA6E SALOON
J. E.. BROWNs Prop.
Carries the famous
Sills: "VelTret Tri3ielt3r
FINE WINES, ETC.
International and Sun Spot Ci'as
A. JOERSS,
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Stationery,
Wall Paper,
News Depot.
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Houses looked after m tho absenco of tho tenanln.. Rents ,T
collected. Teima re.iponnblo. Wo now have thw. follow
ing bargains to offer for cash ; don't delay if you want to
buy, or some one elsj will get in nhi'ud of you:
A four-room furnished houe. centi.ii'y loiv.ted.
Two two-ioonicd housea, ri:ht in town. iff ,
Ono two-room ed house l it Diowory .uluh, nearod graveyard; turniehoj?
otherwise. "
uilding lots, already jjrr.ded, $2 00 up, " itrcvorv pulch.
Ono lot, Chihuahua hill, Rinded and fentui; 37x100" feot 00.
Ono house and lot, Brcwny Gulrh. Good locr.tion, near wagon road.
A four-room house, lai go ynul, chicken and out houses, together 'with, ony
room adobe $-100.
OKKIOK 1I UTJBAIIK.U IIIJILDIKU
Ill
THE LAWS OF ARIZONA.
$5,000,000
Dollar Shares.
Bto&KSR
L. C. SHATTUCK, Prop;
BISBFEr ARIZONA,
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In New and Elegant Quarters
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