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BISSBBS IVUY 5L1VIEW W BONIS DAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1901
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Local Happenings in Brief.
Tte Review expect to furnish 1U
readers tomorrow with the full text
of the President' Message.
Wanted A good delivery horse. Ap
ply to Jo. Schwartz. . 12 4 It.
Superintendent Walter Douglas Is in
Tombstone on business.
Sheriff Del Lewis paid the Review
office a brief visit last evening.
B. A. Packard came in yesterday
from a short b"sioeas trip to Tucson.
Max Gavito, in charge of the Mexi
can consulate at Naco, la in Bisbee, on
H. C. Eclcerly, in the accounting de
partment of the Greene Consolidated
Copper company, is In Bisbee on busi
Captain E. Coes, of the Mexican civil
engineers, went to Naco yesterday
morning on official business for hit
W. E. Murphy, employed in the
United States customs service at Naco,
was an incoming pessenger on yester
'day's train from Nogales.
Two days mall from the west came
Id yesterday on account of uo connec
tion being made by the A. & S. E. with
the Southern Pacific Monday.
James S. Douglas, superintendent of
the Moctezuma Copper-company, after
a flying trip to Nogales and Hermo
' eillo, left this morning for Nacozari.
A. W. Thomas, auditor for the Naco
zari railroad, with headquarters at
Dojglas, has been in Bisbee for a few
days having an nlvcrated tooth treated.
Ex-justice George B. Willcox is in
"omuatone In attendance upon the
ffand jury. Mrs. Willcox, who has
recently been quite ill, is much im
proved. ltobert Todd, long known here as
"Chicken Bob" from the fact of his
keeping a number of chickens and sell
lug 'eggs and broilers, is dangerously
ill, his recovery being scarcely ex
pected. He Is suffering from heart
Walter W. Vick, better known as
"Doc," has returned from a month's
vacation in New York Mr. Vick has
been employed in the accounting de
partment of the Moctezuma Copper
company at Nacozari, but recently re-
signed his position in Mexice to accept
ois with the Copper Queen company
On November 26th the horses belong
ing to the estate of the late Marcos
, Daly were sold at auction in New York
f There were 227 head of them and the
amount realized from their sale was
ILJiaA yearling filly brought the
ftestprice paid for any single ani
al, she having been bought by a New
York man for $10,300.
David J. Leahey of Raton, N. M.,
has been appointed to a judgeship in
the Philippines by President Roose
velt. Mr. Leahey is said to be a bright
young lawyer. He wasdnring the war
with Spain second lieutenant of G'
troop, First Volunteer cavalry, Rough
Riders, and was severely wounded at
the battle at San Juan hill.
Spanish-Americai War Veteraas
The officers of J. Rex Hall camp,
Spanish-American War Veterans, wer
formally installed Sunday evening by
George B. Willcox, who holds the rank
of colonel on the staff of the depart
The meeting was well attended, there
being th rty-four Spanish-American
war veterans in Bisbee. This is the
first camp that has been established in
Arizona, and all Bisbee Is proud of her
patriotic citizens who in the time of
their country's call resigned their posi
tions and went to the front to battle
for the honor and love of their coun
After the usual routine business was
transacted the following named officers
were duly installed:
George P. Roberts, SeniorVice Com
mander. George 3. McCabe, Junior Vice Com
mander. M. E. Casaidy, Adjutant.
John Mullen, Quartermaster.
Lewis XL Brown, Chaplain.
F. C. Bledsoe, OScer of the Day.
W, L. Saodderly, Officer of the
L. S. Medlar, J. E. Nurris, Trustees.
In addition to -being a colonel and
mustering officer on the staffs of the
department ccmmsnderGeo-'B. Will
cox Is commander of J. Rex Hall camp.
The ritual of the organization pro
Tides for very impressive ceremonies,
and also for a uniform. They hope to
sake their first appearance in uniform
in the near future.
The members of the camp are under
tie expense consequent "apon
small number of men who are eli
gible for membership, and they are -at
present devising ways and means to
obtain an American nag, the emblem
which they are sworn to uphold.- Pos
sibly some of ear public spirited eiU
xene weald assist the members af the
camp In obtaining ;ne.
Any man who served in the army or
navy daring the Spanish-American war
and was honorably discbargea ie eUi
ele for membership ind can obtain an
application blank by applying to the
adjutant, i. E. CassWy, or to any
member of thecamp.
All members of the Bisbee Beit
C3ub are BetiSed that the first drawing
will take ptaee at the Red Light saloon
jn Brewery guicn aresy Kg at et
J. W. Hardy, a mining engineer of
Arlzpe, Is In Bisbee for a few days
awaiting parties from the east, who are
Interested with him in the development
of some very promising mines in the
Arlzpe district. "We have two of the
best chances to make good paying
mines In Sonora," said Mr. Hardy to a
Review reporter yesterday. "In the
El Carmen, which Is a silver mine, we
have some 30 odd men at work open
ing up-a rich vein of silver ore that Is
some four feet lu width and assays tak
en from samples on top of the ground
gave 632 ounces in silver. Th s mine
is local d about thirty miles from Arlz
pe. We have an easy wagon road and
get to the mine without any difficulty.
In the La Carmen, which is a copper
property, we have great faith. We
have an Immense ledge of high grade
copper ore and the Mecsrs Ciywoou
Brothers, who are associated with my
self, and others feel assured that we
have one of the coming mines of Sjio
ra. We have sold a limited number of
shares to eastern" friends and tiiu.i will
reach Bisbee within the ne:t few dtys
and make the trip to the mine. We
will then decide on further develop
ments. "Arizpe," said Mr. Hardy. "Is one
of the most active and lively mining
towns in Socora. There are many
Americans coming in and looking for
good properties, and not a day passes
but that prospecting parties are flit d
out there. When the Nacozari road
gets through that sectiou, it will make
Arlzpe the greatest gold mining camp
The Big Jacket and Cloak Sale 1 j JELL m TELEPHONE
Began Tuesday morning and .continued
with a rush all day. You had better hurry
if you wish to get a pick of the best. They
won't last long; Make your selection while
you have a chance
& Newman, Prop's.
what he wrote lithographed and dis
tributed the cards by thousands in all
the Chinatowns in the United States
and Canada. They were inscribed with
a picture of the cigar and below wefe
the words, 'Smoke this cigar, it Is the
best on the market and' two for five
is Its price.' That, at least, is what I
thought was the meaning of the Chi
nese characters. 1 found out some six
months later my mistake .The words
Loe Hen Wong had written and which
I had lithographed were: 'Don't smoke
this cigar; It is uot good, but the Gong
Kee Company's cigarettes, for sale In
every Chinatown, at 3 cents a package
are excellent. Lou Hen Wong had
gotten f 10 from me for bis work and I
don't know how much be got from the
Gong company Wo distributed many
thousands of those cards before we got-
onto the trick that had been p'aytd on
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The fact that e see fewer youni:
nvuic-u auu uujb vu'avvi.-K ;iuu tu.u w
used to would naturally give rise to tne
belief that the sales of it were falling
off. "'Scuti, however Is not the case,"
said Mr. J. E, Masard, a traveling sales
man for a large eastern chewing gum
factory. "Large quantities are being
exported, and a lot of it is going to our
new possesflo s. Out in the Phllii
pines the dusky maidens of the Pacific
isles are chewing gum with an energy
that would put to shame any Bisbee
girl, and the more enlightened coun
tries of Europe also masticate great
quantities of American gum. Since
the formation of chewing gum trust
the output has increased about 15 per
HAIB SINOE FOR INDIGESTION.
A young man with a week's growth
of fuzz on his face wandered into a pop
ular tonsorial shop the other Light.
Shave, sir?" asked the barber.
Yes, I guess Iv will," replied the
young man, "and you can also cut my
The shaving operation was over in
lees than two minutes, within fifteen
iblnu'es tde I air had been cut, and the
young mau iis examining himself in a
"Will you have your hair slogedT"
the barber asked Mm.
"Singed?" questioned the young
man. "What good would that do?"
"Do you ever have indigestion?"
queried the barber with a solemn face.
"Sometimes," replied they oung man
"Well, if you have there is nothing
in the world so good for It as a singe."
"All right, then let her go," ordered
the young man, and tne barber and a
half a dozen customers, who were wait
ing turned their heads aside and snick
LUXCH OOUNTKB TIPS.
Two men sat side by side on the high
stools of one of those quick lunch pla
ces that havo lately become so numer
ous in Bisbee. One of them said to the
other: "In a cafe like this few persons
tip the waiter behind the counter.
They think it would be a waste of mon
ey, because the waiter calls their or
ders through a tube into the kitchen,
or shouts them out to the chef -from
the counter, and they bold he has no
jurisdiction over the portions, and
they are served just the same whether
they tip him or not. Well, tbey are
altogether ml taken. I know for 1
have made a study of this matter. The
waiter here has two tones. One tone
Is for the patron who tips, the other
for him who doesn't. Now watch a
minute." The waiter in an ordinary
voice called three orders, and then in
a strange falsetto voice that of the man
who was speaking?.
' Yen see?" said he to his companion,
"I tip ani those othet feliews don't."
A moment later heeded triumphant
ly. '-Look at the difference, between
my order of roast beef and our friend's
erer there. I'.ve cot a big cut of
the heart of the roast and he's got two
or three chunks of the end. " Ob, yes,
U pay to tip is these places a well as
it doe is the large establishments."
Tbr. cblbaman is certainly a sly
dog," said the advertising agent of a
toMceeatm. "Did I ever tell yes bow
one get the beet of me a couple of yean
age? J wished to introduce among the
Chinee a two-fer-nve dgrr that ay
people were 'heayily Interested Is, and
I decided to draw, up a little card ex
tolling this cigar In Chinese -charac
ten. I ssoght oet Loe Ben atoeg In
Sas Francisco, a very Intelligent fel
low, a&d get hie, to write a few sea
M&ces'lB praise' of my artiele. X had
WANTED ONLY TWO COLLARS.
"Gimme two four ply collars, size
lot," demanded a stylish young man,
as be halted at the haberdashery coun
ter in the company 's store.
Yes sir," said th clerk briskly,
reaching for a top shelf box. The cus--tomer
laid a half dollar on the show
case as the salesman started to write
up the amount in his cash salesbook.
"You want three collars said the
clerk; the 're three for a half "
"No I jut wsnt two," returned the
Why don't you take three?" argued
the Stileeman, "they are three for half
a dollar and you save ten cents."
"Gimme twp collars," Insisted the
'Tut, mydearsir, you're robb'ngyour
selt that away,' continued the sales
man glibly. "You pay forty cents for
two and you can get threo for fifty
The customer pounded the half dol
lar against the show case and grew red
in the face. "Thst'sto collars and
one beer," he blurted.
'"OS" said the salesman, as he made
out the ticket and put the collars in
the carrier. He hadn't included the
beer in his count. The customer was
a married man and his wifa handles
SELF CONFESSED BURGLARY.
"Say, there's a man up Brewery
Gulch who says he is a burglar," said
an excited individual on Main street
yesterday afternoon to one of our peace
officers. "Burglars don't usually go around
telling people about it," said the offi
"But this fellow had his booty with
him, a lot of gold rings, chains and
smaller jewelry," Insisted the excited
individual, becoming even more
wrought up as be noticed the officer's
indifference. "I was just walking
along when he came up to me and
asked me if I didn't want to buy a ring
cheap. He showed me a handful and
offered to sell me any one of them for
$2. I asked him how he could afford
to sell gold rings so cheap, and he
whispered to me that he was a burg
lar and had just made a haul in Bisbee
and Naco. He's up tlier now with
another suspicious looking fellow and
if you are quick you can catch both of
"Aw fade away," remarked theoffl
car getting a little bit huffy. "Where
are you from anyway, Tombstone or
Contention? Don't yru know that
game? Tbosefellows a only ped
dlers stro'ling through mt different
mining cmptfjAd the rioK tbey are
selling are worCSabout fltfefcente a
piece and otbeV 'jewelry about the
The unsuspecting individual from
the country blushed nr.d lost himself
in the ctowm. yg5.
Whet liskee k' Lwfcd Fk.
The Eureka PndLand Vegetable
market will be opbflF to the public,
under the manage4 of C. H. Brows,
this afternoon aid evening. You will
always find anything you- want there
in the way of fruit and vegetable line,
atop dressed poultry, fish, oysters and
game in season, and, in fact anything
found in an up-to-date market. For the
opening the place has been handsome
ly decorated and the public generally
are invited to attend it, e mm racing at
2 o'clock p. m. at No. 3, Brewery ave
nue, tlie premises formerly occupied
by-Medlgovich ft Noblle.
All Work positively guaranteed
All mall samples given special
attntlon. Gold, Silver, Lead and
Orsper 60c each. Other metals
BISBEE A55AY OFFICE,
aiLUNQHAM 4tTSCHMIDT, .
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season brings with it the
idea of Beautiful Presents ...
- WE shall make our establislment headquarters
for CliniSTMAS GIFT BUYERS and will show
j ou nn array of Holiday Goods that will please
the most fastidious.
SILVERWARE Including Tea Sets, Smok-
ing Sets, Berry Dishes In
fact a full line of Silverware
too numerous to mention . . .
WATCHES, DIAMONDS and JEWELRY
of every description.
A BEAUTIFUL assortment of Fancy Brushes,
Pnmlic fMntlipc TOmcl-ic T-Tnt- "RrncTiAC Tfartn-xr
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Suspenders, Garters and Silver Novelties. Every
tide sold is guaranteed by the Old Reliable
The Leading Jeweler.
No: 1 1 Main Street.
BUSINESS 'PHONES, $4.00 per Ho.
RESIDENCE " $3.00 " ' " "
First Get Your Telephone
i Bisbee Improvement Co. Manager's Office No. 200.
1 Blewett's Boot and Shoe Store I
South Side Main Street.
Will be headquarters this week for
Wool Fleeced Lined, Fine Jersey Ribbed,
We aro making a Special Sale this week oc tbese tiood s.
this space next week for Holiday announcement.
THE BANK OF BISBEE
BISBEE HAIR DRESSING PARLORS.
Capital Full) Paid $50,093.09 & Surplus $10,000.00
rH carry a fall and complote assortment oc
Wigs, Switches nnd Hair Itolls, all colors;
also a nice line o Combs, Perfumes and
Toilet 'Waters . . . Try a bottle o our Celebrated Hair
Tonic, cures Dandruff and makes the hair grow. $1.50.
YANOLA. CREAM is the best preparation for the com
plexion, guaranteed to give satisfaction. $1.00.
WE aro showing a complete line of Holiday Novelties.
You had better make your selections early.
Our assortment of Masquerade Costumes
comprises the beet selection 6erexhib
ited in Bisbee. Costumes re" -fed in ad
vance for special occasions.
MRS. R. RITCH, Proprietress. Floodgate
69 9a5i99S9533fl 9fl 333-95 ;325-95-r
Ben Williams j .1. Douglas
J. B. Akoius W B.Ukofbt
M. J. CCNNINOIUM
W. 11. Bbopht, President
J. S. Docauis, Vice-President
M. J. CuNTnsauAM. Cashier
Drafts issued on All ptrtsof the world. Mexican money boaght and sold '
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H-i-"S I'llIlll'tI4-M-x--i-ri--5l M-a-i-H-
X First-Class Drl in?: and . Funeral Directors
J ' Saddle Horses. '. J
i 0. K. Livery, Feed fe Sale Stables !
C B. F. GRAHAM & CO., Props. 0
Stables at Bisbee and Naco, Arizona, and Ln Cananea, Sonora, riexlco
Duty Paid Conveyances to all parts. of Sonora.
Brewery. Avon ue
Call and See.
- Opposite S. K. Williams' Office.
St Louis Beer Hall
L. C. Shatluck
Agent for Anheussr-Basch
Wholesale and Retail
Finest Brands of
With the Finest line of Jeweleryl . . .
Tbe time is here when we commence to tblnlc about the giv
ing of presents. Nothing is so appropriate as those articles
to be found in a jewjHpry store Sly assortment consists of
Laadles' cad feats' Gold Watches Fancy Clocks
Elcgaat assortment of Rings Exquisite Chiaaware
Silverware of.aU descriptions
Positively tbe finest assortment of Holiday Goods ever brought to BUbee and
will be sold at living prices.
toe Pan-American BilS?
Confectionery and Ice Cream Palors
Located la Brewery Gulch, Three doors from Post Office,
Soda Water, Ice Cream Soda, Frnit, Nuts and Candy.
Rich Coffee, Lunch, Etc., Tamales, Enchiida, Chili Con Carnie.
Leave Orders far the Finest Home-made Pies and Cakes.
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F. O. Box 807
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All Klads it Limber. Sash. Doors. Etc Estimates on Plate 5
CZ Punti wad Mill work famished on application. zS
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City Barber Shop
"J PORCELAIN. TUBS
Wall paper, Paints, Oils and Glass. i
PICTURE FRAA1INQ ON SHORT INOTICB
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J. B. ANGIUS & GO.
MAIN STREET BISBEE, ARIZ.
T0VREA & M0SSMAN
Choice Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage and
will be 'The Best Always." By merit alone we
expect to snare yonr patronage. Itespectfully sc
betting your trade at the old stand of Overlock'i
Qeoda Delivered to any Part of City ..
Telephone ., .,
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