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BI83EE DAfltY REVIEW, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1903.
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MORE MINING NEWS.
THE NEW ONE.
Two, two and a half and.thre ecom
partment shafts may bo all right but
the latest company- to start jinking tor
the wealth producing mineral, feels
that four compartments Is just
about the right thing and on the morn
ing of July 15th, the Junction develop
ment company broke ground on their
extensive holdings in tho flat below
the Lowell boarding house, and are
bow jinking rapidly a shaft that -will
have four compartments each four
feet by four feet six inches..
This is the first company in the dis
trict to start from the surface with
such a business-like shaft, and though
the ground is low the collar will be
elevated six feet to start with and will
probably be lifted higher later on.
Surface improvements are being
tnade, and timber and other supplies
are already plentiful on the property.
A hoist will be est blisbed at once
and work pushed with the utmc3t
The land owned by this company
Includes from near the railroad to the
cemetery and from the Iwell board
ing house to the two green painted
houEes on the foot hills, a large terri
tory and prettv '2el.
CALUMET AND ARIZONA.
Water in the Calumet & Arizona is
less abundant and the regular pumps
are handling it nicely, without the aid
of the bails. The new Prescott
pump has been lowered to its station
at the 1100 foot level and will soon be
In commission. A large amount of
development work has been dono at
the 1100 foot level and ore encount
ered in upraises.
The steady output of high grade
Ore from other levels Is continued.
On the surface the foundation for a
new machine shop and smithy has
been laid and the work of construct
ing the new building has been com
menced. It will be quite a little larg
er than the old building and will con
tain many conveniences.
NEW CANANEA CHURCH.
Rev. Thomas M. Harwood, presid
ing elder of the Arizona and New Mex
ico districts of the Spanish-American
Methodist Episcopal church, left Tuc
son yesterday morning for a visit to
Bisbee, Douglas, Clifton and Morenci
before returning to his home in Al
buquerque. Mr. Harwood said that a
new church of his denomination wes
In process of erection at La Cananea.
William C. Greene, of the Cananea
Copper company has subscribed $5000
on condition that an equal amount
was contributed by others for the cost
of the buildjpg. Mr. Harwood said
that there was now no doubt but thai
the necessary omount would be raised.
li THE ESPERANZA.
Good reports continue to come in
WHAT IS WORN.
Katlrte Frock. Foulard Uillltr
GoTrna Some eir Sunshades.
Xonng girls wear a good deal of
hand embroidered batiste or muslin,
and this is very dainty. These little
gowns are made simply with open
work lace collars and ribbon belts or
Spotted and figured foulards make
ideal shirt -waist costumes. Tney nre
designed with the skirts and waists
tacked perpendicularly with lines of
fagoting or smocking for trimming.
Petticoats of dark blue and white
and green and white gingham are
tmarPto wear with blue serge or chev
iot tailor made suits.
With- a 'full dress a very full frou
troulng petticoat is a necessity. The
red underskirt holds its own in a soft
dull shade for wear with all black
Sunshades are returning to their old
stapes and are for the most part un
kned. The latest notion is a hand
feinted handle, the wreath creeping
ea to the ball top. Flowered chine
fcolre Is very artistic. White lace with
fclack leaves in transparent work Is
Clto chic Many of the handles have
Waettes of chiffon or soft ribbon.
The pretty dinner dress In the cut Is
f white Telling trimmed -with fine
jf WU lace. . JUDIC CHOLLET.
The rich oio encountered in tho tun
nel a few weeks ago Is continuing as
tho tunnel proceeds. The tunnel is
now in sixty feet and assajs from a
sample in its face give returns of 30
to $10 in gold. The face of the tun
nel is 5 by 7 feet. Work is beiis
pushed with all the men that can be
profitably worked. The Esperauza is
only four miles from Bisbee ard is
considered a fine property for devel
opment. COPPER QUEEN.
With Its accustomed steadiness, the
Queen company Is advancing develop
ment work on Its various newer shafts
and opening a gjreat deal of new
ground In preparation for a season of
largely increased production soon to
The new work in the old incline
will be rushed as soon as the road
along the foot of the hill and leading
up to the incline is completed.
This company readily handles the
water in the several shafts and is lift
ing the usual quantity of high grade
ore and shipping the large billets of
metal to the eastern market.
DULUTH AND PITTSBURG.
Not much that is new can be re
ported from tho Duluth. Sinking
steadily In the same formation a little
over 310 feet of shaft depth has been
attained and owing to its choice loca
tion so nea the Calumet & Arizona
there Is little doubt but this property
will be "in it" when the depth is at
tained. Cut Prices
Just received a new line. Came
later than we expected them. Would
be pleased to have you calL If not
suited, don't buy.
jk We are headquarters for
from this gold property, owned by
.Messrs. Ord. Shatiuck and Muhelm.
ifa Lyon - McRinney - Smith Co., s
212-214- "West Sixth St.. (6 Floors) C$J$
Los Angeles, Cal,
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A. BAUER, BUTCHER SHOP!
Corner 0. K. Street and Railroad Avenue.
THE OLD RELIABLE BUTCHER SHOP f
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
s lb. onlr bntcber shop in BL.be. which keeps the yoar 'round nothing but the finest
3 Veal, Mutton, PorK and Top Phoenix Beef. Imported Sausages of al Kinds
4 VEGETABLES IN SEASON
Double Daily Train Servic
San Francisco & New Orleans S. P
COMMENCING NOV. 16th, double train serrlce will be Inaugurated between
San Francisco and New Orleans, on the following schedules:
No. 10 SUNSET LIMITED, over Coast Division.
Lv. Sac Francisco 7:00p. m.; Ben on 8: 50 am.. arriving at New Orleam
6:45 p. m.
This train carries Diner, Observation, Compartment and Drawing Room
sleepers through to New York, Chicago and New Orleans, also Tourist
sleepers to Washington, Cincinnati, Chicago, Memphis, St. Paul, St. Louis,
No. 8 CRESCENT CITY EXPRESS, Bakersfleld route.
Lv. San Francisco 10:00 a. m., Benson 2:56 a. ra. and arrives at New
Orlean 8:55 a. m.
This train carries Drawing room sleepers to New Orleans, also tourist
car to St. Louis. St. Paul and Chicago.
No. 9. SUNSET LIMITED, Bakersfleld route.
Leaves New Orleans 11:45 a. in., Benson 3:40 p. m., arriving at San
Francisco 8:25 a. m. with four hours and forty minutes lay over In Los An
geles. This train carries same equip jnent as No. 10.
No. 7. PACIFIC EXPRESS, Coast Division. .
Leaves New Orleans 9:00 p. m., BBenson 11:25 p. m., and arrives at San
Francisco 1:30 p. m.
This train carries same equipment as No 8 and In addition diner and
chair car, Los Angeles tc San Francisco.
Trains o and 10 Carry Free reclining Chair Cars
For further information, call on or address
C. M. Burkhalter. Carl Bock, T. H. Goodman,
- D. r. p. A., Tucson Agent Bmos, a P. A., San FraacjMr
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OP COCHISE, TERRI
TORY OF ARIZONA.
In the Matter of the Estate of C. W.
Scott, Deceased Order to Show
Cause Why an Order of Sale of Real
Estate Should Not Be Made.
It appearing to this court by the pe
tition presented and filed by Frank H.
Bopp. admlnstrator of the estate of
C. Wh Scott, deceased, that it is neces
sary to sell the whole or some portion
of the real estate of said decedent, to
pay the debts of decedent and the ex
penses and charges of administration,
It Is therefore ordered by this court,
that all persons interested in he es
tate of eaid deceased appear before
said Probate Court, at the courtroom
of said Court, at the courthouse in the
City of Tombstone, Cochise county, on
Friday, the 14th day of August, 1903,
at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day, to
show cause why an order should not
be granted to said administrator to
sell all or so much of the real estate of
said deceased, at private sale, as -shall
be necessary, and that a copy of this
order be published at least four suc
cessive weeks in the Bisbee Dally Re
view, a newspaper printed and pub
lished In said county, and copies of
said order be posted in three public
places, according to law.
F R. O'BRIEN, Probate Judge.
Dated July 15th, 1903.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Supervisors of Cochise Coun
ty, Arizona, until the hour of 12 o'clvk
noon. August 17, 1903, for the erection
and completion of a two-story addition
to the Jail and court house In the City
of Tombstone, Including all Iron End
stpel work, etc , according to plin? and
specifications on file at the offica of F.
E. Johnston, architect, Elsbee. Arizona,
and at the office of the Board of Super
vise rs. Tombstone, Arizona. All bids
to be af-companied by a certiflei chi'k
or a bond for Five Hundred ( $500.00 1
Dillars. The Board reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
J. J. BOWEN. C hail man.
J. N. GAINES, Clerk.
4AND CARPETS fife
in Reoch of your pocKetbooKfo
Write us about our easy pay
The ZELLNER PIANO CO.
G. E. TomIinson& Co.
f Mines and Mining Stocks
f i. Biinknf RkbAA R'h'n
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HERMAN & NEWITT,
f ASSAYERS AND
"The Reliable Place"
2. Above the BISB
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GEORGE C. CLARK,
ANALYTICAL CHEMIST AND
EDWARD J. FLANNIGAN
Mining Law a Specialty.
Bank of Bisbee Building
.. 4. .5. 4. . . 4. 4, . 4. . :- -:
kinsey & Mcdonald,
dealers in stocks.
All Stocks Bought ctid Sold
,. BISBEE, ARIZONA.
Du&nfher Building. Phone ltl.
"J J J J jp J Jt J4 J J J J J j J A J
WILLIAM M. CLUTE, .
All classes of engineering work.
Office l.i E. G. Ord's Building.
J $ j j j $ 2 j $ j j j $ j $
! 4$ Jl.4g4g4g,,4g,gt,g,4g
M. O. ROLLINS, ASSAYER.
Gold, silver, lead and copper,
each 75 c
Gold and silver, 1.25.
All work done carefully and
straight business or none. 4
Postoffice box 846. Bisbee, Ariz.
P. J. HART, M. D.
Central Lodging House
OCce Hours $ 8 to 10 a. m.
( 4 to 6 p.m.
Phone 149 - Night and Day
A. K. MICKEY,
Special attention given to Min-
DR. G. E. LINDSTRAND,
494 Tombstone Canyon,
Calls answered ?t all hours.
M. D. JOHNSON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Phone 105. Postoffice BIdg.
'rank E. Hsrcford 8th E. Hsuard
HEREFORD . HAZZARO
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
amt fr Land Script
IK. H. A. 8CHELL.
46 N. Stone avenue.
Next visit to Bisbee, Naco and
Ovaslaa in Juna
I. M. O' eonnell,
Ofllca Room No. 2, Bank Building
E. W. Btum, M. D.
Louis Dytart, M. D.
D. E. Broderlclc. M J.
PHYSICIANS AND B0HGEON3
DR. W. E. HANKIN
Rooms 2, 3 and 4, over Postoffice.
Saddles & H arness
and all Kinds of
EPAIRING DONE AT
J. H. HUGHES
Next to O K LWerr
H.J..I- l-.-i.- 'iftftMl
C. W. BLACK, Prep.
The best of beer and choice
wines, libuors end cigars.
C. R. Moorhead, President
Xosepk Magoffin, Vice-President
The State National Bank
of EL PASO, TEXAS
Transacts a General Banking Buslnea
SollcItB the accounts of Banks, Corporations, firms and Individuals.
The H. Lesinsky Company
EI Paso, Texas
Quick service to points in southeastern Arizona and Sonors, MaOJ
orders nave tne Dest attention, we sen
BWTjTiyTi i i f.nn ll'fci'tJ'?I''iiT l"Sai
and Fine Gold Jewelry
A. H. RICHARDS
103 El Paso Street, El Paso Grand Central Block
Prompt attention given to mall orders and repairing.
Engineering and Assay Office
nine Examinations, flachinery and
Mill Estimates and Designs
Government Surveys in
Arizona and Mexico
And Dealer in Gent's
First-Class Fit Gaaranteed.
Of all kinds, including soda, etoer ale, I roc brew, sarsaparilla. etc., aad manufactured bj
ARCHIBALD & CUNNINGHAM
who are prepared to supply the trade at Conanea, Naco, DoujjI is, Bisbee, Tombto&d and
Benson. Alj acoats for Maier & Zobelein beer.
I Tree Coinage
St Louis Beer
f i V Tk
Agent for Anhenser-Basoh
Wholesale and Retail
he Mine and Smelter Supply Co.
Machinery & Mining Supplies
J. C. Lackland. Cashier.
J. H. Russell, Asst. CuUm.1
to dealers only.
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
Established In El Paso 1881
Incorporated Paid Up Capital V50,00t.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
high grade pianos and organs. Writo
lor catalogue and prices on all kinds of musical Instruments.
Of all Hinds
Exdntlvj MetU Rant j
El Paso - Texas
Accurate and Quick Returns
Chemical Analyses and Assay,
NACO and CANANEA
104 El Paso Street, EI fa. so, Texas
n 44 I C. "shanrlf
Finest Brands of
C. N. TIBBJTS, Local Hjcr.
EL PASO, TEXAS
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