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We are now- located
and prepare! to serve
many friends and
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MamfSt., Opp. Aiiffius Grocery Slurs.
Keeps on hand a large assortment of
PURE DRUGS, riEDICLNES AND CHEMICALS
Also a full line of the leading Patent Medicines, No
tionsKi Toilet Articles and Perfumes. Physicians Prescrip
ons carefully and accurately compounded
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Express IDciivered Ponspily
Claims for breakage or any failure "to promptly attend orders
1 will be quickly and fully paid.
' Office- at Floodgate on Main Street.
Orders left with the Clerk will ree.ive Prompt Atteution.
Wiil be ir Gisbcc cn'the ipth.
'The Walter L. a niti circu. whiqh -
hibitod 1 !. two day, Wednesday and
Thu'sd:; , is ifo struugcr u tho nanjsc-inenl-Koiiirf
public of Los Angeles. Mr.
'Main's a;'.i;Vo;iUiQU w.w hero two yoarp
a;:o and jritvcftt c.leun, up-tp-diite: Show.
As n n'cittt (etwro Ihia guayon, ti)J
allow jji-esculB n act of louh ridiiig,
uiven by Oapt. Hugh Tiromt$un und iits
trrop 0: lotvh.ridore. Captmn Thotq
pon was a.'uajitain under Goti.'tioluez..
Aaollier iniesi; : nij; te- ituit: ! the Miuii
i'ircu-, an. :.ii iiuinv.Uu'; in the s!:ovs
woild, in the ja" i i-.tr fruiiiw of arxfyil'iffl.
lungo1- ia oif i.n.--lis Ai.'"t rime.-.
"1 110 Wtlttfi f. M.'.i:: ciio'1.3 will np
(H'ar in i.-!itiMi:i X(vvin!i. 1 10th. I'l.t
Cahforti.t papi" ije.tn in t!. I:'.ght5-l
terms ot the show,., mentioning especi
ally that it'iaonufuf the cliiau&st circuses
that has over traveled through the state.
This ia the iirst time that 11 circus has
stopped in Risbee, and the probabilities
are that thore will bo a large turnout.
The'crrifill boy has already corumenced
to eavo fur the neceesary tickets. The
Arizona and .SoutheHStern road will
ufake.a lound trip' rate of one fare for
the circu't", eo the people from Buiimjii
and Tombstone can sue the animals.
A letter was received at the governor's
offico yesterday. from Philip Conrad, oj
Kenawa Falls, W. Va., m'akiur inquiry'
about his brother, David Conrad, who
enlisted from tliu territory in tho vol
unteer army in tli? war with Spain. The
writer heard that hia brother had died
at Lexington, Ky., of typhoid fever.
Ho was probably a- member of Colonel
McCord's regiment. The writer desires
particulars regan.ini? him. .Republican.
Thd Old Government Speoial'lteeerve
whisky has buen by tho highest and
best authority' of medical men, .declar
ed that the above brand is 0110 of
th pnre-'t and lonst nd'iltci-ifed in t!ij
maikt't. llif reforo the f.i'ii
TT. SC. Broome - - - 3
Bisbee Transfer Company,
Freight, Baggage and Express delivered
to any part of -the City.
Prompt Service and fiaick Delivery.
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The California Market,
. , KENNEY BROS, Proprietors.
"Fresh Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Sausage, Etc.
Choice 'Cuts of Meat only. '
Fresh Pread Daily.
Goods Delivared Free to All Parts of the Town
upper 3auiu (St., '"i ;,;.:..
.Assayer and Chemist,
RELIABLE VVORK AT HODERATE PRICES.
Mining propertloa placed commission. Mines oxnmined
and reported on. Correspondence Koiicltod. All work
promptly attended 1.
N. P. -WOOD, 144 Pennington Street, Tucson, Arizona-
Formerly of Cono & Wool. Denver, Colo.
. r' ''James F. Trotter, " '-' ; r
United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor and Civil Engineer
SURVEYINQ IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Ofllce In Wnllnce Unliaiui;
M,nE.nr. GEO. C. CLARK, "
3j Assaying at Current Prices.
Instructor in f'chul of Mined, Uniyeraity of Missouri.
icco:uin.ii.le I to hii-k, !nt tor 'itni!.1
Uit, I'PiiocmliV tv cotivali-eCt'iits. i'lits
Uld (lov.'iniiient is H?ld exc-liitne!) b
Dubaclier .'. Muin-iiii. olO-liu
To Wlioia it May Concern.
All perron? kio.vinu thenislw to be
indchi-il to u-; no kmdlv ruiue-'li'.! to
oail ciiil t-cttlo at u:'..v, a-s we hiive dw
,Hii'i! of our t)-;i: .'-'c.
- iiisuai; Ijhug store,
J.-S. Willi'tnis & Co. IVopr'a.
Risbec, Oct. 9, . lm
.... ARIZONA NEWS.
Ittturcatiag Hems Culled irom Our
'flip first came of foot ball of this sea
son, hi the territory will be plnyedat L;
t'hoenix oti J lmnksgiving dt:y, the :):li
day of Nbvoiubei-.
Josoph StocWord, If oddou, Me. heal
ed a sori-1 iiuuing for 'veiih?i years and
cured his ptlesoHotiK standing by usins
Dr Witt's W'.Mrilazol Salvo It cuius all
.-kin ilisV'.v-. Cot'iiortiuet m stor.-. J
Tlio Ar.i:na esprrisnetit station id
iw.lj'na Ku.-a lspts, with a p loai
!'PtfriininN' whuli ones can be aiicresa
I illy -rnvii iu c.)Hthor:i Arizona.
'It di I me nntc t.'tott llinn anything I
ever used. My dyspepsia was of months'
standing; after eating it was terrible.
Now I am well," writes S. 15. Keener,
HoUiiiKton, Kas., of Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure, It digests what you eat. Copner
, Tho new town at the Hay Copper
mines in Pinal coiMty.'willbe known as
Kelvin. Uuildmgs are now goim: up
and n postoflice has been applied for. .
Experience i3 the best teacher. Use
Acker'a finglish Remedy in any case of
coughs, colda or croup. Should it fail
to give immediate' relief, money re-
funded. L'5 cts. and 50 cts. Sold by J.
S. Williams & Co. . f
No phi Packer, of Duncan, was in Solo
monvillc Tuesday ami exhibited a bjet
which weighed twenty pounds. It was
the largest boot ever grown in .that sec-.
President Kinjr.Farmer's bank, Brook
lyn, Mich., has used Do Witt's Little
Early Risers, in hia family for yearp.-Sayo-
they -are the best. These famous
Utile pills cure constipation, billiousness
and all liver "and bowel troubles. Cop-
i new pii
m: tool build ini; at
V. G. MEDIGOVICH
Wboloaalo and Retail Dealer In
GA3DS ItECEIVD S
Liquors, wines cisors end wcos.
i MILLINERY 1,
Airs. M. J. Blair, Pro?.
A complete line of the lates styles
of Fall and Winter Goods Juat
Pattern Hats of tlie latest Dosiaa.
Unts trimmed to order a specialty.'
Call nnd Inspect myvgoods before
pu..h:i.-.iii tlscw here
PtlliliGiL t-filiJ iiOdll Ollllu!
-JKOlOb !illlLr GROCERIES, BINES, LIQUORS
Cij;:r8, and Tobacco. A full assortment
of Candies, Fruits andiN'tits.
Cor. 0. K. & Railroad; Av a
""BISBEE ail MCOSABI
W'U'.vIkt .a n.;v t' iUud an I Lik-ilitriut.
sr'i'i! -.vili ht.i-'i, liext Monday tinier
lb' bupci vitdai. of Pfiiscipal lleber I.!r
.in. 'liU'.onr- t.f tii Harf, ie the raluo pbtced
I M'".'ALi)'v Hini, fiarriibarg', Pa., on ihe
lit of 'lx-r t-l.il 1, wliiels flu sHvtii troiii
croup by.thf u-e tii One 11 iu at f- (,ouli
Cure, ii i ihm :;!1 ' rou;lip, i-uMs- ami
l!'.ro:it ai.'l lu'in; tio-i'ib-s. (.'0;l erti i-t-a
filifill .'ii-n . (M.ri; retain" I to ,s ,1 -
nioi.vilio ia.it, Monday lioui liid uuniic
cessful chasj aher'Serapio Acoata, who,
while en ioute to Yuma to serve a seven
yeajs sentence for attempting to mur
dar a woman at Morenci, escaped from
the'train near BtiiEon.
Tho "Plow Boy Preacher," Rev. J.
Kirkman, Hello Rtve,Il!.,8ay?,''Aftor8uf
ferii.g from bronchi.il orbing trouble for
ten yearc, I was cured by One Minute
Cough Otirc. It is all that is claimed for
it and." It cures coughs, colds, grippe
and all throat and. lun troubles. Cop
per Queen store. i
The Jerome Gun club may send a team
to enter the-contesttor territorial-honors
at Tucson in January next. It is pro
posed to make ttiia thd gieatest tourna
ment over held :n Arizona. Tucson cer
tainly knews how to entertain, and the.
Jerome boys will be asnroJ af a pleas
ant leccption and a fair field. News.
Theloaid of health in San Fiancisco
have, upon recommendation of the best
medical aulhoiity, ordered the Old Gov
eminent Special Reserve whmky to be
distributed among tho. sick, an! inv.i
lids of the returning boldiors. Sold ex
cluivt'v b P'.b.t lii-l iV Mulioim ol
ll'll i"- :i uiiinin rac ,u iutr.oto
morrn'v )i tv.tt- . i ". xd-iii, ' u. ilt'i-'-i
ott I .iiu.ua !, 1 . a puri- o ...7,i,, ) nr
i.'5,.'uii a - U". One if t!i hoi-t'j in
The prevailing ccol nights naturally compel thoughts
of blankets, comforters and warmer bed covering in general.
To Gouipel thought of specific bed covering, thestock of
blankets and comforters we've made ready for you, we quote:.
Comforters, full size and good weight, $1.25, and from that
up to $4 for the fluffy ones filled with clean, white cotton,
covered with prettily figured sateen and tufted; a comforter
that gives, sufficient warmth without wearying. you with itf
Blankets for as' little as 85-cents a pair. These make
admirable substitutes for cotton sheets this sort of weather.
From 85 cents a pair by price advances of "two bits" and
more you can choose up to pi 1 a pair for the California woolen
blaukets a full 11 worth and more of blanket service and
MnvaioRiigc, o: blankets" as you choose to call them,
are here, too.
Every won.:.!!'-, jacket wo siiov this
fail, with po'Mhiy two 1-i.eeptioii", ir
;.i. Tno-e two exceptions we'll te.l
vou of. This is positive' assurance of
newneps that should be gratifying to
you. You mav pay $7 or $17.50 aDd
prices between, and every jacket will be
correct in style and make,
The "Golt" has the pronounced ap
proval of fashion. Seo it and you'll
understand why; $7.50 to $13:50.
In cloth capes prices begin at $1.25.
Cloth capes, trimmed with fur, for $2,
$2.50 and $3.75.
Silk taced capes in the now shades at
prices up to $13.50.
Plush capes, prices etart at $3 50 and
end at $17.50. ;
Golf Capes for misses in navy and
reds, with pretty plaid backs, $4.50.
Jackets for gills of every ago in too
many stylos to tell of. Among the new
ones recently received are plaid back
jackets for misses of l-1, 10 and 18 years
of age. You should eeo theso to appre
ciate the price, $8.
0-fre-WK M-W-frMSM X-W
m ado; no
nary. From $1.-J6 to $3.00.
the sake of
cheapo n i n g
w r apperi
have a style
that is no
t i c e a Ii 1
ing. P a 1 1 e rni
are all ia
and far re
place or ordl-
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and is loc.iil)
,ic tlu1 otiit'i in
Leave Iliqbee Tuesday and Fridays.
Arrive in llisbee Tuesdays and Saturdays
Off irv At t'onper jjisccti tttoro
VAMW' Inn ii icinntiomii lul
I.nw OillcfiB of
LOGAN, DEMOND 8 HARBY,
17 William Street, Now York.
WALTKttS. LOGAN. CHAKI.KS M.DKM0V1).
MAKX . liAUIIY. NOKI'ON OUASU,
D'KISD C. HANFOKU.
nciivosoattMl In Arizona by Norton Chase,
diimti Hotel, 1'iio eiilx. ku.,j-:t:n
tiio prop.:it ol 1. lj. Ciabtieeaud goes
by tho nann of "Greenback." It will
be tho maideti race of both animals.
DuiniB tho winter of 1897 Mr. James
Reed, one of the leading citizens and
merchants cf Clny, Clay Co., W. Va.
struck his leg against a cal:o of ice in
snch a manner as to bruise it ecverely.
It became very much swollen and pained
him so badly that he could not walk
without tho aid of crutches, lie was
treated by physicians, also used several
kinds of liniment and two ami a half
galionn of whi,ky in bathing it, but
nothfngjjavo iiuv relief until he began
using Cuatnoi.'i Iain's P;vin Balm. This
brought al,no3t a complmo i-uro in a
week's time ami ho believes th it had he
not urt'd tbi.t raidly, lii-i lo,' wi tld
have had tftSi.ti .impiuutml. P.ii.i liam
is iinc(ijdd t.n- spraiiiH, b-n"os"and
thiMiiriaii.ini. x For tale by all dnu
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Amusements will be plpnliiul this
month, judging fiom present apear
aucef two weddings, two dances, four
niglils Cath lie fair, and. two pc.rform
:." s ot Wal :r L. Main's cirjus.
Fall and Winter Shirt Waists.-
Of flannel, trimmed with braid of con
trasting color or ulaited, in reds.liavys,
greens, black' and tirowns,$1.50 to $2.50.
Of lirilliantine in black only, trimmed
wiih at:n tibbon, $-1.00 to $4.50,
O silk, I lack t fff t'i. cr'o d tuffeta,
with yokes of white silk; black and col
ored satin, variously maio and trimmed,
(5 50 to 14.
Cnm.-ple.tevesti riesrvibrs ii?- one irnrtf our a ssoi'ini&ni
oi rendu to a'cur d rentes we're fathered together this
.season. JCrer, fJe fr,m two to fourteen is included.
I,r ihe two jrar old tot ijmt can pay $ ! . or a. pret
!'', trimmed dress, or ..50 far a, cashmere, dress in
wuk and i'uh! hfues. For gin's of ,i.v lo fourteen there
are, dresses in many styles and ai mj.uy prices. Then
aro some beauties ab$4 $8 f $11, which you should see
if for no other reason than the mere seeing of such
dresses. Dresses in all black are here too, and this only
m vhasizes the word "Completeness." .i
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