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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGU3T 6, 1903.
Fatenti Hazard & Harpaam, Los
itafelei. Send for tre boik on
YOU DONT WANT TO FIND
Tonnelrea out of water tome HOT
DAT, do you? Well, then, wny don't
Ten get one of those GalTanlzed Iron
water Tanks Prices $2.60 and up
ton E. G. ORD,
Tht Plumber and Tinner
Stop at Hotel Nobles in Tombstone
All persons desiring to take water
fcrom the McDonald Springs, call at
toy office. In Dunn's drug store, oppo
site yoetofflce. Bates $2.00 and 13.00
per month. A. J. CRONK.
Soaps, perfumes, combs, brushes and
toilet articles, at Central Pharmacy,
Ask your grocer for Eureka Lemon
VftaMa Extract, only manufactured by
m. Maler & Co., Benson, Arizona.
AN EATABLE POEM
,. Tkai Opera Club Cafe
- Im the talk of the day.
Along with mutton chop
Ton can have Ralnlers hop
Prlrate rooms for ladles.;
Bweet music for babies;
If looking for better fare,
w Trust yourself to our care
No one can excel
Tie goods that we sell.
Motel wilson, 125 w. First st
Well lighted, airy rooms, neatly
famished and clean. European
plan. Rates 50c to $1.50 per day.
All Etreet cars pass the house.
Erery thing In the patent medicine
line that is not kept in stock will be
cieerfully sent for, without extra ei
fretue, by the Blsbee Drug Co.
The Blsbee Drug Co. Is constantly
receiving large supplies of drugs and
sundries, so their stock is kept fresh,
fcc'd the dispensing is done by compe
tent pharmacists on.yl which Insures
promptness, and accuracy.
Tot a good, comfortable smoke, try
lie "El Troplco" a home production
"A trial will convince you.
Bpanish-Engilsh and EnglishtSpanish
translations and Interpreting promptly
done, and In a thorough manner. Ad-.!
dress T. Leonard MprrilL .box 1078.
Inquire Blsbee Improvement" compv
fcjr's office. 7-18-lmo
Call for the "El Troplco" cigar, made
ia Blsbee from Clear Havanna Fill
lugs and Sumatra wrappers. Sold ev
RCfUSE TO PAYCITY LICENSE
Yesterday J. B. Angius and J. W.
Wood refused to pay to City Marshal
Mullen their licenses required by the
city from all who do business within
tbe city limits. The stand taken by
both is that it is not yet settled that
Blsbee Is an incorporated city, and un
til that time they will not pay the tax
Imposed upon them.
On the other hand the city fathers
say they shall pay that license, and
do it in a hurry. The city council
at last night's meeting took up the
matter and decided that it was not n
question ior decision on the part oj
MessrsvAngJlusiand Wood, but would
be settlefti in, he courts In due time,
and thatvlfitbfe city was proven wrong
it would -IbenAie time enough to de
mand of the city a rebate of the money
paid in to the treasury as license.
The city attorney has been instruct
ed to go ahead and begin action against
all who hold out In the fight against
the city's legal right to collect taxes
and license, and the warrants for the
arrest of the delinquents will be
placed In the hands of the marshal
The suit of the city against Chris
Radovitch is now pending in the courts
of the county. Radovich has already
gained one decision against the city on
a technicality, and others now take
the standthat they are exempt from
taxation until such time as the city
wins its case.
J. B. Angius was called on by a
Review reporter last evening before
the council meeting, and asked why he
did not propose to pay his city li
cense. Said he:
"I do not refuse to pay my licens".
I am simply waiting for the decision
in the Radovitch case, which is no
pending. I am unable to tell now, the
way things have gone, whether- Sutter
or Miller is wrong. All that I want is
to have this thing done legally. I
want It proven that the city can collect
from all tbe same as from any partic
ular one. Whenever the city shows
It has the power to collect from Rado
vitch. I am willing to pay my license,
but until they do that I can see no
good reason why 1 should be oblige 1
"Understand that I don't refuse ab
solutely to pay, but I do refuse to pay
until a decision has been rendered in
the Radovitch case. I am in favor
of incorporation, and have always
been, and I want to pay my taxes ar.l
license, but I want to see the city go
ahead along the proper lines, so that
If anything comes up we will know
Just where we stand."
There is a possibility that others of
the local merchants will take the same
view of the situation as Radovitch,
Angius and Wood have taken. The
whole matter rests on whether the
city of Blsbee has been duly and lo
cally incorporated or not. Those who
refuse to pay their licenses hold to the
view that it has not, and this will not
be determined until the Radovitch
case has been settled.
When you want to rent a house call
And see Wallace's list. No trouble to
iow houses, horse and wagon always
t the door. I. W. Wallace 8-13-tf
Mrs. Mollle Allen, of South Fork.
Ry., says she has prevented attacks
of cholera morbus by taking Chamber
kin's Stomach and Liver Tablets
when she felt an attack coming on.
Buch attacks are usually caused by In
digestion and these Tablet3 are just
what is needed to cleanse the stum
feci and ward off the approaching at
tici. At ra of si' wn.
be nreventad in tha uma . 5"-J
Bolan Get the Money. So'diers Are Changed.
The statement has been made that Troop G, Third cavalry, which has
Jack Bolan got no money from a sub- been doing duty at Morenci ever since
scription that was taken up for his the trouble arose between the mine
benefit while he lay in the jail at owners and operatives, has been re
Tombstone awaiting trial. The only lieved by Troop H of the same com
subscription known to have been taken , pany, the order for the change being
uiTwas that by Harry McCojT-srttu the received yesterday by Governor Bro-
followlng list of subscribers and th ' die from General Baldwin, commander
amounts opposite their names: E. A. ;of the department of Colorado, with
Tovrea ?5, H. B. McCoy $10. J. J. j headquarters at Denver.
Walsh to, Ollie Peacott $5, Fredericks o
& Shim, George Dunn. C. M. Neilson. I c. F. Wren, of Moore Bros. & Wren.
E. Birdsall. Charles Williams and J. I leaves this morning for his old home
R. Tate, $5 each. The amount col- in Bathany, Missouri, where he will
lected was paid to the attorneys who ; spend the remainder of the summer.
were retained to defend Bolan, and in AVaiie away Mr. Wren will comeplete
the endeavor to have him acquitteJ. some arrangements for the develoo-
While it is true that Bolan himself did j ment of the Alsacia mine, in Sonon
not receive any of this money, it was j jn which he Is one of the principal
expended in his behalf, a fact well stockholders.
known to Bolan. from letters in bis ' 0
own handwriting from Yuma, which c. B. Tarbell, Dr. Bedford. Joe Mc-
The Review has seen, and in hlch pherson, J. B. Milano, John Hannlnger.
Bolan asks to have his thanks re- en r. English, A. Wentworth J. K.
turned to the donors. EitherolanlGalnes. Arthur Gage and Billy Nor-
cross constituted a package sent ovtr
from Tombstone to the Masonic lodge
.held las night.
has a very short memory, or is not
very grateful for tne errorts" expenaej
to his behalf.
O '' . .T
Ed Vicot, formerly night cferk" at
the Copper Queen, returned t Blsbee
yesterday from El Paso, and will take
charge of the dining room at the hotel.
Head Waiter Billy Baskwell goes into
the office as day clerk.
We live but once, why not live well
at the Copper Queen Cafe.
Tom Flannlgan, the lawyer, who
has been in Bisbee looking over the
town while attending to a few legal
matters, left last evening for Tomb
stone. . a
Frank Wilson, blacksmith at the
Holbrook shaft has gone to California
to spend his vacation.
Palace Rooming House. Clean beds
2Se up. Over O. K. Stables. 3-4-Gt
MCDONALD & K1NSEY
ed, and Conveyancers.
Office Dobacher Building, Brewer)
C. ft. HENKEL
Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler
CHEAP CASH STORE
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
Freak fraiu of ell kinds received dally
WINE8 LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Good delivered free.
MEDIQOVICH A NOBLE, . J j.
I W'r 12LJ
I 3 M- J- D0N0HUE & CO., I
I St. """J!S Local Agents,. .-..-. .Blsbee, Arlbona. H
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About Your Trip East.
Tell me what point you wish to reach, whether you will
travel first or second class, and when you will leave home, and
I will quote rates, give you full information about our service
and mail you literature describing the many interesting sights
and scenes along our line.
I will also send you a folder which- gives full information
about the Rock Island's tourist sleeping car service to Kansas
City, Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis and Memphis.
The Rock Island is the only line operating through train
service irom aoutnern Arizona to Kansas
City and Chicago.
Full infonsatioa at Southern Pacific ticket cfEcej
or fcy wrong
H. F. COX, General Artu, El Paso, Tex.
The Fair Store.
3 H New
S -jJS JfJ New
S JLJdpSP Lasts
The Fair Store
styles now being
displayed in pat
ent leather, velour
ci.rome and box
Knob, Pensy, YorK, DuKe, Prince,
Chester, Manhattan, Harvard
All at th popular price of S3. 50 and $4.00 and
equal to any $5.00 shoe
We are alo showiDp a few
of the celebrated J. it M.
men's fine footwear conceded
by nobby dressers as the most
perfect' and up to date made.
Saratoga a new lat in pat
ent tomria colt, dull kid up
pers. Tbe moet handsome
this season S7.00 a pair
Bucknell and Oherlin lasts, very etylish and dressy.
In medium weight soles. In kid and calf. Width
A to E. sizes b to 11, price S6.00
Hampton lau (or semi-dress. A long, slim last in
kid only, all widths, all sizes $6.00
For the anvance
Fall styles we are
showing a new
line of one -of tbe
in the U. S. The
finish is particu
larly good, the
welt shoes show
in? no stitching
at all, something
out of tbe ordin
ary make. The
Women's patent ideal
and welt soles, mitt kid uppers
lets. s'lK top
width, sizes 2 to 7,
shoes, hand turned
hand worked pvp-
facing, Cuban heis, AA tO E
Women' hand welt kid shoe, donpola top
sto W and patent tip, military. Cuban and opera
toes, also turn soles, all sizes, all widths, 83.00 and
Our women's alkine fast is the i of t popular
S2.C0shoe in the city, madespeclnlly for hard wear
with heavy extension and hulit flexible soles. In
dongola and vici kid, in military, French and No.
7 heel, plain or patent tip.
In mist es. and youths' hoes, the most durable
leathers tanned for every day wear can be found in
our new assortment, and the making is ail that
could be deeired. In misses' and boys' sizes from
$1.25 to $2.50 pair
TVx j-y "FSif Franhenberg Bros. 6i Newman, Props. J36
?? JL 11C JL Qll 9 We clote at 7 o'clock except Saturday evenings 5j
Chas. A. McDonald
Justice of the Peace
Office Oubacher Building, Brew ry Gulch. Telephone No. 13S
Half Way House...
SUNNY BROOK WHISKEY
A forty-gallon milk route; eighteen
or twenty No. 1 milk cows; two horses, I
harness and saddle; a new wagon;
seventy-five laying hens; three pigs;
milk cans and pails; hay cutter; in
cubator, and innumerable odds and
ends. Will rent the houses and cor
ralls. or will sell. A bargain for man
and wife. Must sell on account of j
death. Address P. O. box 444. Bls
Choice goods constantly in stock
Case goods on'demand. ICE COLD BEER. J
A the English!
! J)J KITCHEN!
"That's The Place To Eat"
CASH REGISTERS &
SAW FILING & KEY flTTING.
J. C. RAUB
: Boston & Brown. Props.
3ISBEE, ARIZ, f
IF YOU HAVE YOUR HOME
modern in some respects why not have it so in all re
spects. I have a complete stock of BATH TUBS,
LAVATORIES. SINKS. CLOSETS, and etc. and
skilled labor will do your work at reasonable prices.
All Work Guaranteed
and we pay the freight
Four full quarts
of fine old
Write us about our easy pay
The ZELLNER PIANO CO.
HowardncP. C o,
EL PASO, TEX
Don't drink, but if you do
Go to the GEM
Where Ton Alvars Get tteJBtst
VTlnfl rooms !d rear
MATTMEMS & MARTIN, Prop.
Bisbee Improvement Co.
Electric Light and
I Telephone Service
1 Phones Business $-1.00 per month, Residence $3.0C
t Lcng Distance Lines to Douglas, Naco
t Tombstone and Cananea
"Purity" Distilled Water
5-gallon Jars 4O cents
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