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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BI8 BEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1. 1903.
NEW YORK COPPER CO.
BRUNE $ BUEHMAN,
Box 790, biobe
J t Wilson .
A -s O Brodle..
Isaac T Stol'isrd
. Catef Justice
. .U 8 Attorney
I rpderlck L. Nave
M H McCord U S Marshal
Edwin Biker Customs Collector
Fen S Hildreta Register
11 W. Moore Register
Hugh H rice Suveyor General
Isaac M Cfcrlsty Treasurer
W F Nichols Auditor
E W Well? Attorney General
N Q Layton Supi. Instruction
Thomas Rynninr; . Arizona Ranger
Fletcher M l)oan District June
George B. Wlllcox Clerk Court
Seth Leavon-vortt ..District Attorney
A. V. Lewis Sheriff
F. R. O'Brien Probatp Judge
Frank Hare Recorder
M. D. Scribner
... Tax Collector and Treasurer
E. J. O'Reilly Assesmr
C. A. Wallace. .Sckool Superintendent
George C. Clark Surveyor
J. J. Bowen.- Supervisor
Tkomas York Supervisor
J N OalnPR Clerk Sup"-vts,..
John W. Mullen Marshal
W D. Klnsey C'-rV
James Krigbanni Street Sup'
B. A. Packard Counel'ciai
Steve Roemer Assembiymai
J. M. O'Connel Asremblyman
James Howell Assembly mar
M. J. Brown Justice of Peact
C. A. McDonald ....Justice of Peace
B. A. Casad ConstaM?
M. Doyle Conatabl
J. J. Mulrhead Mayor
Peter Jokceon Councilman
John 8. Taylor Councilman
Ed Scott Councilman
G. C. Warner Councilman
Lewis Hunt ... Councilman
E. G. Ord Conncilme.n
F. A Sutter City Attorne
SERVICES AT M. E. CHURCH
Sunday, November 2, -1303. Bun
day school, 10 a. m. Preaching by
pastor, 11 a. m. Installation of offi
cers and teachers of Sunday school,
11:30. Reception of new members, '
11:40. Class meeting, 12 m. Organ-b-ation
or Junior League, 3:30 p. m. I
Subject, "Missions." Louis E. Haws, i
lcaJer Preachirj; by pastor, 7:30 j
Special offertory, "Give Me Thy j
Hand." Duett, Miss Hicks, Mrs."
Callow. Anthem, "I will Exalt Thee."
Choir accompanied by orchestra.
Church of the Covenant, Rev. Harvey
iV.. Shields, Ph. D-, Pastor.
Sabbath School at 10 a, ra.
Public services at 11 a. m. and 7:4u
Mr. Fred Reynolds, organist.
Prelude "Largo," from "Xerxes,"
Postlude "Fantasia," Berthold
in the morning Mr. ft. P. Conkling
"will render a violin solo, "Cavatina,1
by Corl Bobm, no an offertory.
In the evening Mr. Ross Griffith will
render a vocal solo, "In the Palate of
the King," by Julian Jordan.
The pastor will prcacn. Morning
Theme. "Three Measurements;" even
ing, "The Liberator."
A very cordial invitation glven-
SAH DIEGO SCHOOL SYSTEM.
The public school system of San Di
c0, California, is second to none in
the, West, and upon the completion of
the $70,000 addition now being made ;
to her Normal school, Bhc will have I
as -well the most finely equipped Nor
mal In the Suite
BATHS ONLY 25CTS.
Hot and cold water; everything
clean and neat. At Mrs. Jones', oppo
site Kinsay House teee sign).
FOR A BAD COLD.
If ' you have a bad cold you need a
food reliable medicine like Chamber
lain's. Cough, Remedy to loosen and
.relieve it. and to altay the Irritation
acd.lnflamatioa of tbe throat and
hwgs. For Bale fcy all clnitHtett.
XJTere is an investment th it ou should not overlooV. The Uel etia District is com
A A inn to th front and today for the first time, the stock of the New York Cop
per Company is offered for sate, in Bisbee. Some of the leading business men of
Tu son are Itc'iinil this propositi n and will deve'op in a conservative manner. You
do rot have to pay thousands of dollars for sinking purposes before reaching the ore
body- it lies near the surface.
A limited amount of stock is offered for sale, in blocks of 100 or more at 25
cents per share for d. velopmenJ expenses
From your own standpoint you i now that the time to invest is now, before the
price goes up. You should at least investigate this most promising investment.
New YorK Copper Mining' a Smelting Co.
THEIR AUTUMN MOOD IS BRIGHT,
RICH AND LUXURIOUS.
Beaver to Be Boeb Worn UlarL.
Velvet nnd Ontricb I'lnmra In IIIrIi
Favor Molmltln u KoTrl.j-Tiir-bann
For Smart Street Wiar.
No Fouiberncss tou.-bes tho milliner; i
cf the Bcaon. Sapphlrv blue. t!:inu j
reds, orange and light yellows miiiK'
with many shades of green, the ueu J
petunia coler. fawns and browns, w tillv
white and light tlntB ure not discarded
80 brunette and blond may alike easily
Beaver piimilses to be much worn,
and birds ere-In high favor. The black
hat of the Brat sketch straws both tuc
features. It Is a simple plateau of j
beaver felt caught up on one side witl; j
a white bird. The crown, or the place
i:la;k jikavi.k uat with wunx mi..
when1 a .rown usually is. is Urapi.il
with soft black satin ribbon and a
Equally characteristic of the ut-v
stiles is thi seioail hat sketched, .i
i lrcims picture affair in black ehe.
and tiimiucd with handsome hi ic
feathers held by a loux steel buck.i
lieneatii the brim is a band of soft
ribbon or el vet. which keeps the bat
on capitally and makes it Sinn, a con
summation devoutly to be wished.
Everything points to a great vouo
for .chct this fall and winter. It
will take the richest tones amethyst,
dahlia, brown, laurel greeu. ultrama
rine blue, a lovely red with u bloom on
it, all charming.
Fur and moleskin cloth will enter is
to tbe winter bats, and other modis'i
fabii -,are felts of various descriptions,
including beaver, and silk in bl ick
white champagne and other chic tones.
plaited after the fashion of straw.
Everywhere waves the ostrich plume,
and bands of ostrich feather trimming
give a soft grace. These are shaded or
in two colors black and white, brown
and white or mauve and white.
Black nnd white, tbe magic mlxttuc
Ibat survives all mood3 of fashion, will
have high favor In bats, being carried
out in such schemes as that of the firs;
Birds of many and beautiful sort?
nestle on or around the crowns of hats
wings come In pairs and are pobwl
like exquisite butterflies, breasts lerti
their softness nnd quills their tla!i and
BAT VELVET AND PLUMES.
ryle to the hats of the season. Noth
lag so softens the outlines of tbe fare
as the ostrich feather becomingly nr
ranged, bnt Indeed It should be en
artist 'who handles the long plume an
a woman of .distinction who wears it
Low crowns role, .yet there nre i '
dlnm high ones, anil square, n.il, i
' & J
."gJj.-w VbMirr. fWESm -.
dented; Ttcll crowned or itperlug el
feets are among bizarre novelties.
While picture hats are still worn, tin
tendency Is toward smaller shapes. Ilk
the turban, for wear with street co
ttiffic. A winter model in moleskin
fashioned after the heart shape, br
ibe front Is brought Into a more aui
point and the crown comixised of fir
the brim of folded green elvet. wit
a couple of pheasant quills at the hide.
Oyster Panned In tbe Shell.
Scrub the l-hells and dry them. l'i
them In a pjn with tbe round s
down. Place in a hot oven. When t
Bhells open remoc and take off .
upper shell Put two or tlire? oy
In each slwll, prinkle with salt .i
pppper and dabs of butter and r
with buttered crumbs. Replace in
oven and brown
Hceliie ror Home Cnke IluUi
Two thirds of a cupful of butter .
isnd a quarter tupfuls of sugar, tl
quarters of a cupful of sweet milk,
nipfuls of ficur. two even teaspo'v'
t.f talking powder, two egg. fl it
to taste. 1 his rule will till n pan
lr by 155 inches or make three
A BABY'S" AFGHAN.
A Irett t CompromUe Between Slrlt-I
Faslllon anil Comfort.
Although for babies' belonsings In
general no deep shade of red is consid
ered suitable, an exception may be
made in the case of an afghan intended
for fall and winter use. As Uo.nl
Housekeeping says, bright red Is so
appropriate to the season anJ gives
uch a warm, comfortable look to any
thing fashioned of wool that titer Lio'st
sVr'nscnt advocate of the paler shade
i:ii0ht look upon it with favor. It is
combined uith white in the one o!
hich a corner is here shown, and thf
combination Is cry effective, and La
the further merit of being almost a
pretty on the wrong side as upon the
Two threads of zephyr are used at
once in tle making, and the crochet
hook must be large enough to carry
two threads easily NotLin could lie
simpler than the stitche-. which ,iic
Uecd. and the wool is in no case brok !
at the end of the row. Each wh't
strip is completed by a border of bnl
liant color, and the nln- strips are ut
together chained together is the cor
rect term, for it is a chain stitch into
one edge und then into tbe other which
holds them with white, and there is a
narrow white border all around.
Make a chain of 105 stitches; llrt
row. one single crochet into each stitch
of the foundation chain; second row.
one single crochet intd each stitch of
the first (through both upper thready:
third row. wooi oVcr, put booh
through both upper threads of preced
ing row and pull out loop until th"
hook hi Id parallel with the second row
is thr - ! irters of sn inch aw j
from It t'lOid tbe loops Dow on tbe liool:
betwee ill" Oiumb and finger of the
left hand i uat they may not shorten dtir
istg U.e couipietion of tbe stitch), woul
over, draw through loops and stitch on
l.ook and repeat from ; fourth row.
on" single crochet In first stitch, cn
COIUICC Of I.ED AND WIUTX JUC11AS
treble in second, and alternate these
two to the cud of the row; fifth nn..
like the third, sixth and seventh, like
tLc first and second. For the border
With stitch of red wool on the book. '
wool ocr, and take one stitch In sne
ond stitch of previous row, draw ou
loop about half tbe length of the on
Just described, wool over, put l.ool
back Uirougli first: stitch of prcv!ou
tow, pull out long loop, wool over, dm v.
through the four loops ancfslili b
book, and refical Trom . Whjj
strips are chained together Ur i.
outer border, nralie one slip in lli lire
stitch and One treble fn flre-srccVitl. mi
alteruatc tliesc stitches' all-nrtm&l th
afglian, letting Hie knots-whlclj the;
form follow the oirven at the ends ol
I Cm strips, uuu i,.cl tnc uue c.iu
which hold Shorn together.
P. J. HAK f , iVU U.
Central loaglng Msite
)ffice Hours J l0R a" m
t 4 to 6 pm.
Phone 149 NIGHT AND DA
DR. G. J. FANNING,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Dunn's Drug Store, .
Residence, Doyle's Lodging
M-H- ! ! i i Si 1 X ! !
J. P. DE MATTOa,
Room 14, P. O. Building. Bisbee,
t Bisbee and Douglas Abstracts of
DR. H. W. TAYIX3R and
J .A. PARKS. M. D.
Refractive Eye Specialists,
Next visit to Bisbee and Doug-
las in December.
K. W. Baum, M. D.
Lault Dyiart, M. D.
D. E. Brodcrlek. M O.
PHYSICIANS AND BOflGEO.Nd
OR. W. E. HANKIN
Rooms S, S and 4, over Postoffice.
T. SHIELDS COLLI N8, M. D.
07FI0E: ABOVE JOHNSON HOUSE
Phone, 144 2 rings and 144 3
M. O' Cannall,
9fl1g Raoin No. t. Bank Building
DR. CHAS. H. HUNT,
BISBEE TRADING COMPANY.
f i i ii ,t, ij,i tfi i ,. iT, ,, rt J, li t 'l '' iT f' ,i ii i- ii
4 .... .
: DOUGLAS RE.L ESTATE.
-!- H. CLAY HERRICK,
Bank of Douglas BuLdlng,
4 Douglas, Arizona.
Real Estate, Rents Insurance.
Special attention Non-Resklent
-.:-:i"I"-Il ! '1- '! '!' !' '! ' ! 'I1 -H- ! ? 'I1
i Geo. SlocKett a Co. t
3h-ld-a Do nil..
3 We are pioneer dealers in un- 1
3 listed securities in Miolnsan and j
our f.icilitips for bundling uolist-
3 ed stocks are nrsurpasfcd, sena i
a to us for what you wnnt. if you S
2 if yon wish to sell quote your 3
3 lowest net price to us. 3
Cash Registers and Guns Repaired.
Saw Filing and Key Fitting.
J. C. RAUB
CHEAP CASH STORE
CHOICE TAMILY GROCERIES,
rresli frrdta of all kind received dally
WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Good delivered fra.
MEDIGOVICH A NOBLE.
43Pae t Teddy j Mftntrt.
TO MINING MEN.
?3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.
BBSS JOB BAMFIJI COPT.
tao MiSZET BT SAB PBAHOlCa CAX.
m I Jurom
W UAAl V Li V
ARE RECQr-;N17Fn AR THF RFfiT
and have been adopted by the leadin mining companies at Bisbee
1 he Higuins Dev. Co. is usiuj a Sullivan Compressor
12x12x7x14. The Diiluth & Pit sbu-K, one of our com-
potind Loniprescr; 11x14x9x16, aud the Calumet & Co
ehisc is more than satisfied with the 14x16x10x16 compoun
straight line Compressor we recently sold it.
4"HK' "I' ! !' ! ! ! V V !' -r l"fr-'H
The Sullivan flachinery Co.,
Branch House, El Paso, Texas.
Of Course we have WOOD and COAL
Siove and Cord Lengths.
MOORE BROS, and WPEN
Office at Yards in Lowell and Brewery Gulch
11 MuoiUeau. fresiaiui
osepk MaRoffln. Vlce-Pre.ident
The State National Bank
of EL P'SO, JhXAS
Transuctsn General Bunking Buslnctw
oliclts tip fcounts of Barks Corporttlnnt. irmn and Individual!
I Steam Pumps ,
I Fairbanks Morse &
Gasoline Engines. otnbined Gusoline
and Compressors. Combined Gasoline
ana Hoists. Lom blind
Pumps, Fairbanks and Eclipse V indmill-, Mining
Machinery and Supplies.
a. n. Ki -
103 El Paso Slreei. B Paso Grand Central lilu.A
ron.rt ittfcMoo ic:veD 'o tnJI orderu sdo .)(,lrn, ,
Cochise lumber Co.
In oor per died
Wholesale and retail dealers in Puget Sound,
Texas and California piue.
California redwood, lath, shingles and shabes; mouldings
doors, windows and mill work.
Tel. 143. W. C. READ, Manager. Bistes, Ari
Half Way House-
CHAS. HULL. Prop.
CHoice Goods Constantly in. StccK
! I f3
3 (I o5
.... CAPITAL STOCK J2B.C00 ....
Xoamber Yanl Located at Lowell ! OITic it -ie yarJ, To.cp'-fm.i 7t.
THre-'t-.ra: Anton Trojanovlch, Harrr r-rowi, J B. Acsln- .L. "VVooiJ,
ci:t m 1,0 nmu. Antnn TmlArnvch '' Idon:' Mttrr' ' ". r .
J. B A fclun. Treasurer. A foil line
aoiytMBS. AIM carry rail line nunoers unwim.
TO TT t4r C t? rf t-
v.. . .v..SwtwW..ww.,-w.
1 L ljm;iuu. l'uiid.
I H. RusbI1 Asat Caealo
Gasoline Rroin.. nnrl
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nAKUb t vB
THB .n-xt yr?. y',
Of ui) Hindi
W.G.DnnnS C .
E-.cljslve Music House
Beer on Dr: f.-tt
line tit t'E.ber-ar.I !cV'- raJ! c-