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BISfiMB DAILY HftVIBW FRIDA.Y MORNING, QECRMBER to, 1901
Local Happenings in Brief.
Well Csmlictetf Company.
W. A. White, of Naco, was a Bisbee
E. E. MoVeagh left yesterday morn
ing for Globe and Morencl.
John Corning left this morning for a
three weeks visit to California.
F. E. Hall, United States post office
inspector. Is In town on business con
nected with the Blsbee poBt office.
Wanted Eight first'clasa brick lay
ers. Apply to U. U. Wills, liliytstp
Professor Kockefellow, county sur
veyor, went to Tombstone yesterday.
Thos. Wnltehead Isup from his ranch
ou a visit to relatives In this city for a
Juan E. Pesquiera, son of J. J. Pes
quiera, of Hermosillo, is visiting friends
A force of men are at wirk balasting
the A & S E track from the slag dump
to the hospital.
Dr. A. F. Butzow and wife arrived in
Bisbee Wednesday and left yesterday
morning for Morenci.
' A timekeeper's office has been erect
ed at the Czar hoist for the exclusive
use of the timekeeper.
C B. Vawter, representing a large
machinery and supply bouse in Denver,
left for his home yesterday.
John Foley. who has been at school
in Berkley, California, is back home to
spend tne noliuays wltn relatives.
The Eacles will attend the minstrels
In a body tonight, as It is understood
that tnere are a number or tingles with
the show. '
J. J. Huffaker has accepted the posi
tion as yard foreman of the Copper
Queen mine, during the absence of
A larsre number of men are at work
doing assessment work near Bisbee for
the different companies and some on
their own property.
The United States Marshal's office
was being moved from Tucson to Phoe
nix yesterday. A deputy will, of
course, remain in Tucson, and It is said
he will maintain an office there.
The brick wall of the Copper
Queen warehouse, which fell in several
weeks ago, has been rebuilt and is now
being thoroughly braced and mado se
cure to prevent a recurrence of the ac
cident. Judge. C. E. Moorman, of Solomon
vllle. arrived in Bisbee last evening
and will remain on a visit for several
days. Judge Moorman is one of the
leaning lawyers ci uranam coumy
where he has resided for the past twelve
The three lame storage oil tanks
near the Czar hoist are nearly full of
oil. wnlch will be used for fuel m piaco
of coal under tne mine boilers in the
smelter. The oil burners are being
installed and will be tried early next
B. F. Hall returned Monday from an
extended star in uicianoma. Air. nan
tried his luck In the land lottery but
did not draw a prize, but went Into
business for himself and speaks well of
the new country just opened up for
Every year at the beginning of the
cold winter months a large number of
men drift into Arizona mining camps
to make their winter quarters. There
are now In Bisbee something like one
hundred idle men, waiting to get work
of some kind.
E. A. Nichols, county superintendent
of public schools, who has been in
Bisbee ten days to visit the schools of
this city, will roturn to his home in
Wilcox this morning. While here.
Mr. Nichols was also availing himself
of the professional services of Dr.
The Phoenix Gazette of the 18th says
that suit has been filed in the district
court of Maricopa county bylattorney
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Eight county prisoners were sent Greene and the Greene Consolidated
up yesterdav from Naco by Justice copper company, the plaintiff asking
Greaves and will be put to work help-j10tt judgment of $4,500, which he
Ing improve the roads near Bisbee. claims is dve f jr services rendered.
The mine is short of large size timber
and are nsing smaller pieces instead.
A sufficient quantity is expected to ar
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One of the most noticeable features
about the picture play "Too Rich To
Marry" Is the printers art that has
been brought into play on the bills and
advertisements. The printing used to
.iI.a.iE.a La stmo3v fa tYf finest tn&t
can be turned out of the large eastern
printing nouses, dhow cvuiiuk un
HI Henry's Minstrels.
HI Henrj 's minstrel troupe arrived
yesterday on the regular train and
gave thoir initial performance at the
Opera House to a crowded house, iir,
Henry has gathered together an army
of artists and their reception here last
night must have been extremely grat
lfylng to all connected with the show,
as the audience by frequent storms of
applause attested the appreclalfon of
A matinee will bo glten this after
noon and another performance tonight.
No better show has ever been in Bisbee.
I HALL ,eTailor-1
a -a-o: the
A good assortment made dai
ly. Prices reasonable.
Warren Laundry Co.
Sj& Situated in
z Upper Mule Gulch
Gen'i Office, Geo. Dorflinger's.
rive this week to keep the mine going
for some time.
Judging from the number of cars of
lumber being received every week In
Bisbee the building of dwelling houses
continues and the aide hills are being
graded clear to the top.
T. H. Tracey made a flying trip to
Benson Wednesday and returned to
consult with Supt. Merrill of the
Calumet and Arizona Mining company
about their new smelting plant.
John E. Rockwell and Richard Co-
rev, representing the Allls-Chalmers
company of Chicago and Denier, after
spending a few days in Bisbee left for
their respective Domes jesteroay.
A large number have signed the pe
tition that has been circulated In Bis
bee to have congress re-enact the Gear.
Act, and this petition will be sent to
Delegate Mark Smith in a few days.
The Citizen says the Surveyor Gener
al's office in Tucson is working on the
platting of the Bisbee town site, pudge
O. R: Bostwich, representing the peo
ple of Bisbee has taken up the work of
securing a patent for a town site. When
a city is not incorporated instead of
calling on the mayor or council this
worn is none dv me proDaro juuge oi
the county. He is authorized to take
testimony and render decisions and de
cide as to permanence of title to prop
erty. Three double handed teams have al
ready entered the drilling contest at
El Paso during carnival week next
month, and more are expected to enter
in a few days. Those who have already
entered are Berg and Johnson, Mc
Gowan and Shea and Kelly and Mc
Donald. The boys will begin practic
ing for the event and get in good shape
for the con'-est. Mr. Berg was a con
testant in a drilling contest at Preacott
last year, and won the prize here in a
contest last summer.
Choate Lucky, As Usual.
What might have been a very seri
ous accident last Monday evening re
sulted quite fortunately to those most
iaterested. As W. G. Choate, the su
perintendent of the Bisbee road and
Engineer Ott were return.ng from a
trip to the country their team became
unmaaageabl and ran away. Both
gentlemen were thrown out, and Mr.
Choate received a very severe sprain of
hla ankle. Mr. Ott pot off more luckv
with only a few scratches. El Paso
Notice to ClkS.
A regular meeting of Bisbee Lodge,
No. 671, B. P. O. Elks will be held this
(Friday) evening at Opera house hall,
8.40 p. m. Business of importance.
Two initiations. All visiting Elks cor
dlally Invited to be present.
C. F. Nichols, Exalted Ruler.
W. B. Kellev, Secretary.
HRS. E.WILL IAHS,
Bisbee, A. T,
M ErewerJ Gulch.
UppOatte Lumber xaru.
as wimm W
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K'a.t. and Builder.
Will furnish bids and estimates on nnj
kind of work. All work guaranteed.
Painting, Paper Hanging
and Interior Decorating.
Estimates gien free of charge.
Leave calls at Ferguson's Drug
W. K. LAWRENCE.
GRAND OPENING of the
finest line of Holiday Goods
ever concentrated under one
roof, consisting of Toilet
Cases, Manicure'Sets, Dolls,
Albums, Toys, hand painted
Pictures, Brlc-a-Brac, im
ported Mexican drawn work
Silverware, In fact every
thing in the Holiday line.
The fancier cases range in
price from 50c up; Dolls from
25c up; imitation hand
paintings 50c up.
The 43-inch life size doll in our window, dress
ed as a bride in white velvet, will be given away
New YearJs Eve. You may be the lucky one to get it.
FRANKENBERG BROS. & NEWMAN, Proprietors.
CARRANZA & MORA
JUAN E. MORA
CUSTOfl HOUSE ND
The regular meeting of Rathbone
Lodge, No. 10, will be held Thursday
evening, December 20, instead of on
(Signed) James Fahley, C. C.
12 20 2t
Upper flaln Street
UPPER MAIN STREET
WINES AND LIQUORS
:$ Keg Beer Always Fresh and Cool $:
BOB TATTE, Prop.
BROPHY TRANSITU COMPANY
Goods and Baggage Stored
Freight and Express Delivered
to any part of the city.
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Suitable Presents for Men
NECKTIES, each one neatly
boxed Imperials, Once overs and
PuffS'Sl.25, $1.50 and S2.00.
Rich, heavy silks neat, exclu
sive patterns; you pay nothing
extra for the box.
Band bows, shield bows, club ties, der
bies, imperials and puffs, 25c to S1.00.
silk" and satin, $1-50 to
$3.50; the $3.50 kinds
have 18 karat gold buck
les, the others gold pla
ted and oxidized silver
Plain colors, stripes, plaids,
Persian effects rich, pleasiug
color combinations yet not gau
dy. Each pair in a separate box.
always make a- suitable
present. Men never
seem to have too many
Fancy bordered silk, In doz
zen assortments, $2.G0 a package.
White silk, all width hems,
plain or initial, 65 cents to 11.60.
White linen, i dozen in a box,
S1.50 to $3.00 a box.
Cam brick and linen, 15 cents
to 50 cents each.
A man will get more
comfort out of one of
these long, loose, com
fortable lounging robes
than anything else you
can give him.
Cotton.heavily fleeced, 5 00.
All wool, $10.00 to 113.40.
ETS for his nights at
home. The newspaper,
a good cigar, a smoking
jacket what man would
not be content to stay
Plain and double faced
flannels winb the collars and
cuffs of the plaid side of the flan
nel, $6.50 to $10.00. '
NIGHT SHIRTS, a
sensible, useful gift for
father, brother or uncle.
Domet, large and rail, 75c to '
L50. Muslin, $1.00 to $1.75
Satine, turn down collar, mili
tary collar and collarless tan,
light bine, pink and cream, $3.00.
being worn again. Some
pretty ones for $1.00 to
Dress mufflers, $2
to $3.50, plain dark silk
on the side that shows,
bright colored silk underneath.
Suggestions brief, but helpful,
Umbrellas, congo handles, plain and mounted with sterling Bli
nd gold platings. Close roiimi
for the gloria up to $10.00 for the ill
umoretias, congo uuiujb, piain uu muuutou witu Btcrung su
rer ana goia platings, wose roiling, steei roa, piragon irames, jou
Fancy striped socks, In assorted half dozens no two pair alike,
$3.00 a half dozen. Silk, $1 JO a peals.
Mackintoshes, $4.00 to $15.00. Rain coats. $1320 to $S2J0. Cra
vanette raincoats, $25.00.
(iloyes, mocha, silk lined, $1.75 and $2.00; mocha, unllned, $L50 to
(2 00; kid, wool lined, fur top, $1.00: unlined kid, $1.60 to $225; astra
cnan, mocha foxing, 75c and $1.00; jersey end Scotch knit glove,,50c
The Jewelry Department is not as well known as it should be. In the south
west corner of the second floor it is somewhat off the highway of the usual store traffic
up the stairs and to the counter you usuall buy at. Holiday time will be a good time
to become better acquainted with it. Many customers, walking around aimlessly with
a despairing, wonder-what-to-buy-look, have stopped at the Jewelry counter and before
leaving they found something. After the Holidays, it will be well to remember too that
more and better kinds of all sorts of jewelry are here than you'd find if you should
travel several days. A hint with some prices:
SPOONS, paper cutters, glove
buttoners, brooches all set in mo
saics. Very new, extremely novel
and quite Inexpensive. The glove
buttoiiers start at 50 cents and then
the prices for the different articles
run np to $5.00 for a brooch of ster
MEN'S WATCH CHAINS, $1X0
OXIDIZED METAL FOBS,
tl 00 to $2.00.
FOBS of black grosgrain rib
bon with buckle or slide of gold,
Some have Elk
$3.00 to $7.00.
THIMBLES, gold $2 00; sil
ver, with gold band $1.50; silver 50
BROOCHES, $5.00 to S25.00.
RINGS, plain Dands or set with
stones for men. women or children.
SOLITAIRE DIAMOND RINGS,
np to $125.00
WATCHES, up to 865.00.
OICKENS CHAINS bar and
charm In center, $5 50 to $10 50.
LONG CHAINS, plain sterling
silver, gun metal, gold plain and
fancy beads. From 31.50 up.
SCARF PINS, $2 00 to 810 00. .
LINK BUTTONS, $3 50 to $6 00
BUTTONS A5D PINS for the
various lodges; the showing is par
tlcularly strong on Elk buttons.
BRACELETS, $1.25 to $3 00.
SOLID SILVER KNIVES,
forks, table, tea and coffee spoons.
Silver nlated ware in fifttp or sinorle nicpo Tf vnti'ra cof mnr limtf n- O flO nr-
$15.00 you can find something to suit, dnd it will be a present worth while.
For women warmly lined
comfortable, pretty slippers,
Colonial and Juliet styles, $2. 00.
SHOES for drees, dainty and trim,
or the kind made on a mannish last, with
extension soles. $3.50 is a between price,
there being better and cheaper sorts
For Men: Slippers for $1.50 and
$2.00. Pay $5.00 if you wish the best in
shoes That price, and up to $0.50 and
you can pick from such makes as Hanan.
and Ebony Goods.
Such a variety that description is
almost out of the question.
All sorts of brushes and manicure
pieces, and useful articles for the desk-
A dollar is about the average price, .
and three dollars the outside limit.
Of these goods there are two case
fuls in the Dry Goods Department from
which to pick from.
Just in time to help some out of the
what-to- give dilemma.
Navajo Ris made of Germantown yarn and as
gorgeous in colors as one could wish. $8 00 to $15.00.
Navajo Looms for Indian Corners and Dens, $1.25.
These go through the-mail nicely and at little
Bits of fine laceand sheer
linen combined. Result
drinty creations, called
handkerchiefs, though so
different and superior to the usual hand
kerchiefs. The lace trimmed handkerchiefs begin at 35c, but
the prettiest ones cost 85c, $1.00 and $1.25.
Sheer linen hemstitched and prettily embroidered,
then an edge of lace. Can you Imagine anything more
Embroidered on swiss and linen, some with rows
of narrow lucks, some with scalloped edges, others with
hemstitched edge 25c to $1.00.
Some extremely pretty linen embroidered hand
kerchiefs are 85c each.
Well known brands
put up especially for
La Internaclonal, 25 in a lit
tle fancier box than usual, $2 50.
Same brand, 50 in box, &4M
La Dos Naciones. 25 in a box,
General Arthur, 12 in a box,
You couldn't please
some men more than by
giving a box of either of
these good cigars.
If he smokes you
can easily find something
among the pipes and kin
dred things that will
surely please him.
Meerschaum pipes, $2 00 to
Brier pipes, 50 cents to $0.00,
the bi-lter ones with sterling sil
ver and solid gold trimmings.
Cigar holders, from 75 cents
for the amber to $3 50 for the
Then there are Mexican
carved leather cigar cases for
both cigars and cigarettes, to
bacco pouches, match boxes all
aids to the smoker's comfort.
CANDY Pure and FresH
No matter how loaded up you are with pack
ages, you are not through with the Holiday shopping
unless you've paid a visit to the Candy Counter.
One thing, the buying of the candy can be put off
until the last, for there's no worry about quality or
kinds. GUNTHER'S that means the purest arid
best. Justlay "Assorted" and you'll get some each
Caramels, "chocolates, cocoas, burnt almonds, vanilla nou
gats, chocolate almends, chocolate peppermint and winter
green creams, chocola pineapple creams.chocolatermarsh
mallows,:rystalized lemon, violet, orange, strawberry and
pistachio bonbons and other kinds of sweet concoctions.
Fancy baskets and boxes tied with ribbons
and decorated with sprigs of holly filled with candy
from $1.00 to $2.25 box. H you want these
fancy boxes, you'd better hurry for they'll soon be
gone. Plenty of the plain one pound boxes, 65c and
75c a. box. Candied fruits, assorted, in half and one
pound boxes, 40c and 80c a box.
In giving pesfume,
give the best.
Rogers & Gallett, $3.00 for a
a box of three bottles.
Colgate a wide range of ex.
tracts in various sized bottles.
Some for as little as 50 cents.
You can't buy bet
ter perfume than either
of the two mentioned.
Little knife, fork and
spoon in a box. Silver
plated $5 00 a set. Some
at $2.50 have knife with
Made by HURD.
Thenewest shapes and
shades. Some boxes have
two sizes of paper and
two shades ivory and
azure. The beauty of
the box enhances the i
value of the gift. C
$1, S1.50, $2 and $2.25.
Other papetries (J
some fyr as little as 35c.
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