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v"EtiE ARIZONA DAILY OfeB.-;f:,J
BISBEE. ARIZONA. FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 24, 1899.
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-startling f to" tell ' you in
Bain St,, Dpp. Anpfiiiery
Keeps on hand a large assortment of
PURS DRUGS, HEDIGINES AND CHEMICALS
Also a full line of the leading Patent Medicines, No
tions, Toilet Articles and Perfumes. Physicians Prescrip
ons carefully and accurately compounded,.
i8a Dray and Bagpp Co.
Furniture, Baggage, Freight and
Express delivered Froniptly
Claims for breakage or any failure to promptly attend orders
' will be quickly and fully paid.
Office at Floodgate on Main Street.
Orders left with the Clerk will receive Prompt Attention.
Bisbee Transfer Company,
Freight, Baggage and Express delivered
to any part of the City.
Prompt Service aul uick Delivery.
The California Market,
KENNEY BROS, Proprietors.
Frcsk Beef, Mutton, Porlc, Vsal, Sai"i3,
Choice Cuts of Meat oouly.
Fresh Bread Daily.
jUHGtooAs Delivered Free to All Parts of the Town.
- Upper Itrain;St.,'.Bi9bce.
Assayer and Chemist,
Rr-UABLE WORK AT HODERATE PRICES.
Mining properties placml u.i co:niiiiisi)n. Mmuj ot unina.l
and reported on. l.rmi)'jiidiiieia hIku.-1. All wi;k
promptly attended t.
N. P. W00D, 144 Pennington Street,, Tucso Arizona-
Formerly i Cono A Wool. Denver, Colo.
Unit id States Deputy Mi aeral -
SURVEYIN I JN, ALL
OfHc. In Wallace nuliai:t;r
v(iij AssayiaiTif. at Cairreaat VA icca.
WvitTUotor in Sclmol oVUluca, University Miioiii.
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Surveyor and Civil Eugiueer
m ii i -mi',m
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The ilumand for Rood copper prospects
in thi3 southwestern region continues
unabated. Within the last couple of
months eomo vo'iy largedeala liav been
made, chiefly in Arizona, the buyers be
ing chiefly eastern capitalists. Not
withstanding the increase in iln. pro
duction of copper in tt&e United .States
during the last year and a half, ttie de
mand for the metal is fully up to tho
supply, nor is thera anything to indi
cate that the increase in piodr :'' ,i'1
so outrun uieueinanci as iu uuun nvuu,
a decrease in prjco, which remains at 18'
to 18 cents 'a pound. The Mining
News' aaya that one reason assigned for
the steadiness of the mariefis that'tbis
country now makes the price, and not
England. This is explained in the fact
that since the Standard Oil interests en
tered the copper fields they have stead
ily absorbed any European surplus, and
in this way havo removed from tlie.EnK
liah market the power of dominating
the world's copper supply. The policy
of the Standard Oil people in respect lo
copper would seem to be to keep prices
steady rather than create a fluctuating
Procrastination is the thief of timel
So have flinkle, tho jeweler, catch the
hief. WJewett's shoe store. t
Tuesday, Nov. 28.
I'he Uig New Hag Time Musical 'Farco
Comedy and Travesty
Colored Show in
Thirty of tho
' and Coined iane
SixtPen Coiisocntive Weeks at the
lVi8hloii;ilU U initio li)of Uardun
in Ki-w York City.
Bu8in?s?, l'riii-ocHi.)'.;il. Visitins Orde
The Ahiiiiinmn Oa-d Case,- hnnd
somely d"tiu'ii.-d and .Miu'raved with ttr&
purchic.!! '. n;inn) a iijuij tliu i:t'er, 'is
made I j.u'e Alumiiiuin, regular husi
neas and viiirirn; Mi.,h )da 2d cards and
can bu it'tillfd in a tituiuout. Thu Alum
inum Ctud C;td is Hjim finished and
frosted '.a rutjemMo silver, hut wears
better. :ii It positively will not. tariiifh;
ulwuys l.uiit.ina: its bright- ami dohoftto p
peurunce. iliu enrds are prlnteit on Hncfct
dtoolv 111 uny ttvlo dcsiretl. livorjbojy'iiceils
ci.ras, (itiil tli beauty of thsAIumliiiimCurd
Hook, ujiou!h to all und will be uuivmully
nflmirfii. Comiuisition must bo llmitod to
four luioi. Ilk' curd nml case."kiuu; 100 ad.
ditioiril of Riuiie numo, p.nd if ordered ut tho
eamuthno, WCi'iits. .L'Miiro and Sbo!ctKra
blcnis iiiiutid witho'iit; extrft oliurno when
uo.ircd. Ad.lrois all orders to
O R B OFFICE',
711 North'O. K?'St., Bisliec, Arizona
I. W. Wallace ': :
AOENT AND BROKER.
- - ' Arizona
JRepresen ting Mining Prop
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
Money Loaned and Invested.
Day, Week or Mourn.
BOARD! Xi;' HOUSE
.t'Uit )." MA ;u:UC TBUPLE.
Mil, A. W. Kiitvu, irfirTLtHf.
who wieh to work
t Can- Earn Lots of Honej
Working (or ne in Hpurvlirmi at . honn;on
unr i'.iiii.'. V ofler yu : owl clunue
'V - MVV HI'!iJof spt-ii !.iik' inont-y eat-i.
. WiuVrif ftnd lite. V.,r:'!,,th.
, .i"l f.i.l !ircijii(S fvirSvdrk, aivVv.m-
niiiiiiv ;ii )iuv." Chilli sent unyte.
Addim viN-)o.siv;-;r co. (3oa .s) W-
Joi, Mti., Mftf. Dt-jit.
Interesting Items Culledjjirom
Thuriday waa the date set for fijal
proof in the United States land office at
l'reccott, on an application for landjof
a towmiile near Jerome. Nouoiof tho
claimants or applicants put in an ap
pearance, however. - .' "
George Noland, Rockland, 0., eaya:
"Mv wife had piles forty years. De-
p m o A itch Hazel Salvo cured b(Jr. It
id the bet.r. snlve in America." Itjjienb
everything and cures all skin dyeases.
Copper Queen atom. 4
The court of privUohd ciaiqiamot
yesterday and -adjournd, after a brief
session, to this morning. ThoSonoita,,
Aribac nndSanBernardino grant mattero
are to be disposed of, but the work seem6,
to be slow. Star.
Dr. W. Wicoo, Italy HaU, N. Y., says:
"I heartily recommend, , One Minute
Cough Cure, If, j;ave my wife immedi
ate relief in suffocating asthma." Pleas
ant to tako. ,2feer fark to Quickly cnre:
all coughs, cdids, throat and lung trdu
ble8, Copper Queen store. i
The board of supervisors are contem-,
plating t'heKravolinjjof the Black Can
yon road frotq tiiree"-quarters of a mile
north for six points. This is a much
needed improvement as it is the main
traveled thoroughfare leading from thin
city to New - llivcrv Frog Tanks, and all
of tbe southern part of the Bradshaw
range of mountains. Phoenix Enter
prise. "I wouldn't be without' DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Srftve for any considera
tion," writes Thomas B. Rhodes, Cen
terfield, 0. Infallible for piles, cuts,
burns and skin diseases. Beware of
counterfeits. Copper Queen store.
Daybefore yesterday 1,000 head of
steers were loaded on the cars at Cala
basas for shipment to Edwards & Cam
eron, of Newmans, California, by King,
Powell and Richey. The same parties
shinned from Benson yesterday 1,5'0
e eers and cows. M. Jacks, of Monte
rey. "California, shipped from Tucson
yesterday 1,000 head of steers, also, furn
ished by King, Novell and Richey.
Dr. II. II.Haden, Summit, alaba.na,
says: "1 think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
is a splendid medicine. I .prescribe it,
and my confidence in it crows with con
tinued nse." It digests what you eat
and quickly cures dyspepsia and indi
gestion. Copper Qneen store.
Articles oi incorporation of the Twon
tietieth Century Development company
wero filed in the office of the county re
corder today. The incomoratora are
Charles A. Barlow, Thomas Patticon,
W. L. Temple, O. L. Scott, Georgo K.
ltogeis, of Oakland, California. The
capital stock autJ-iariznd is 150,000, di
vided into 1,500 shares at $100 each. It
ia a California concern, Phoonix En
toniripo. . '
You novcrl;naw what, form of blood
person will follow:wiMipation Kep
the livor'clean by using DeWitt'a Little
Early Risers and vou will avoid trduble.
Tliey nie famoug little pills for constipa
tion aifd liver and bowel troubles. Cop
per Queen store. . ' i
"My name is Geuruc iJchuerinan,' is
tho inscription on a pumpkin weighing
sixty-tivo poufclH.-which can he seen ut
the Sherman Ho'uhh, siiys the Prescotl
Courier. TlieUetters were cut in the
pumpkin when it was a b.ihy, and aa it
matuied the letteid becume'raiped let
ters instead of cut-in lutters. It is a na
tive of Joe Crane's Yeide valley much,
and was presented by Mr, Crane to Su
"J. U. Bridges, editor Democrat, Lan
caster, N.JI.,says; "One Minute Couuh
Cure the best remedy for croup 1 over
iisC'l. Immediately relieves and cures
cyi.tji. j, coliis, croup, tut'iixa, pueuiuu
ti iu, bronchitis, imppt) and all thro:t
and lung troubles. It prevents con
sumption. Copper Queen toro.
Another civil Fcrviceoxurflination will
take place iu Presuolt, December 2 for
the examination of applicants for the
grades of clerk and onrrier in the poat
otlii:o mrvico in that city, A number 01
intending ttpplicauLi i the last examin
ation failed to prennt themselves, owing
to the f'ict that-lthe order providing for
free delivery was leuinded, but i,
thnng)'. that they will not fail t, pri
tfeni ihHiiisi'U'eij a; lliu aiproai:liiu ,-x-nuiinH'iiiu.
"i Ut'l dyj'pt'iu'iH Piftv-Sfvi'ii yi'Wr
and never fovi p.'inu i-ni rebel l! ;
iim-il IC- Itit Dyiitiuii-i 1 Cure S. I ati
well ami eei I ki a tie 111.1 1," wi:u
S. .1. Kieuiiiiif, M'lita.v, Neb. It i th
in Ml du:.Jl:mt !:ntn. Cure all form
if iiidlgf.iUUI). l.Ptiiynn una eVeVywiior.
p:"se. ilv it. C'i!ii.r Q'i''in tnre. J
i K. iir,ihauv;CM.vvjiwi riv-.vt.
!i-.VrA'l.i.,Uli'it'rni!n fuf.11 lt'iids. Piiiii
ugh;;tofnH a-y. "Cdl .nnt UIl. i,hi
neiv vnij'iij.- ti J
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The Furniture Room f:znZ
coming of Christmas will be .storm center of interest.
Not that the holiday spirit, imbued by holiday goods,
ivill be lacking throughout the rest of the store, but the
Dolls, the Games, the Toys, everything that appeals to
childish hearts, will be in the Furniture Store.
Boxes and Cases are being opened and their con
tents made ready for you. The toy world grows apace
but we shall have more to tell of this sluorfWy.
For some reason or other the approach
of Thanksgiving Day turns feminine
thoughts linen ward. We are no better
prepared now than at any time, for we
endeavor to have our stock always com
plete. However, this is an opportune
time to tell of Linens table linens par
ticularly. Bleached Damask, 55 inches wide,
35 cente a yard.
Bleached Linen Dama:kt'50 inches
wide, 40 cents a yard.
Bleached and Half Bleached Linen
Dama?k in Floral and Geometrical de
signs, (io centsto $1 n.yanl.
Two examples of superior quality
Damask, belli bleached, full 72 inches
wide. One design is carnations jtrown
on a finely dotted background; the
other large-pansies on a groundwork of
fine, satiu-fiuished damask; $1.25 and
$1.50 yard respectively.
Linen Napkins from 75 cents to" $4.50
Trav Cloths, stamped or plain, I5iem
med or fringed, oval shaped or square.
Doilies of evorysdrt and size.
SEPARATE SK RTS.
No matter how cheap tho skirt, un
less it hangs properly is not worth the
price. This tells of skirts that havo
that "bang" about them that marks
1 hem correct. They are little priced,
too. Three examples:
Black Brocaded Skirt $1.75
Black Voreted Serge, tight fit
ting' across hips and back
pocket at side......
Gray Worsted Serge ....
In the bowls of which are embossed
views typical of Bisbee, nl?o "fJisbee,
Arizona." They aro of sterling silcer
and come iu two sizes tea and coffee.
Neatlv packed, as We'll piek them f-w
vou, they'll be welcomed as pouvcuir
by your f.ir-Away friends. Jfl.oS and 2
The Hardware Store ''t
ihiuk it is. It will furnish many a hint and'a help to solv
ing what to give. Christnris 13 $6 near that perh.ipsii Hint
or two will be welcome. For iutance:
Rogers aa Silver Plated Tea Spoons $?. a dozen
Rq.qcr-- a Silver Plated Table Spoons... 4 a dozen
dollar more' on a dozen would be nearer the real valuuT
Carving Sets, from $2 a set to $28 for a first class'sct
peatl handle, with solid silver trimmings.
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PAJAriAS VS. NKJHT SHIRTS.
The same old struggle the supplant
ing of the old by the new. Night shirts
have the advantage of eeniorhy you've
always worn them. Pajamas will ee.
tually win, howeverf because they are
eo much more comfortable. While the
conflict is on we show both kinds ia
partially. NiKht shirta in Muslin and
Oating Flannel" from 75 cents a garmeat
up. Pajamas in.Madra9, Flannelette
and Flannel, $2 to"4 auiu
MADE TO YOUR ,.
There's a satisfaction m baring clothes
made to your particular- meaibrend erf
material toyournartieularliklug. When
the fit is absolutely guaranteed, no risk
on your pnrt whatefor, and thu mate
rials to choose from are practically uw
liinited, the satiaiactliTn it complete. '
The woolttjiM market reflects the gen
eral prodKrhy of the commercial world
by an upward tendency of priwj.ahd a
scarcity oi irniteri.il.
W started the season with sorne 2J03
or more samples, hut everyday or so we
receive n list of "outs," whieli lessens
your Hssortmeut to select from.
1'a overcoat wenthur now. Come,
look over the .-.am pies and get price
Tmu-ern Trom $4.00
K lilii fr-nrr
!i ih k.ly-:uAile '
thai omiPi aj ,
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otiuni:, we'tv a li
n- ; 1 .-,-t :P
in .;.u .' :
iMv'll'a .SUiIn troui
$7 50 to $17.59'
Men's Overcoats from 7.50 to
Bova are well cared for, too.
Reefer and Box Overcoats rom'sixee
4 to 12 yoan.
Vetee. anrl Jieefcr5uit to fti b'lyH oSf
4 ti 13 years.
Three piece 3 jit, consisting of .little,
vest, knee pants and mannish coat for
boys of 9 to 13 yvara.
Don't negject tho little ones.
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