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,We will haVe something
stairtllng: to ; tell you in
our next issue.
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ssabjat, Jlpp. Aup teerj Store,
Keeps on hand a large' assortment of
PURE DRUGS, liEDieiNES AND CHEMICALS
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.Also a full line of tlie leading Patent Medicines, No
tions, Toilet Articles and Perfume. Physicians Prescrip
ons carefully and accurately compounded.
Rk-hap few anil ftefiaiiP m
Friaataare, B&aggrage-, Freight sknd
' .Kxpress UeSivercd Promptly,
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Clninis-fo'r breakage or any failure to promtjytenft.OKlers
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. Office at Floodgate
Orders left with the Clerk will receive Prompt Attention
Bi&beeT Transfer 'Company,
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Freight, Baggage and Express delivered
. ,'t3 any part of the City.
Prompt Service, ,uad Quick 3$.l&YGry.
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The California Market,
.vv.i-FircsBeof,. Mutton, Pork, Veal, Saasa3,
'Jf' ,'"" ;Ghoice .Guts of Meat only.. .
' '''' Fresh Bread Daily.
" ' God Delivered Frea to All Parts of th'e Town- fs
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m Assay er and Chemist,
RELIABLE WOIl AT flODBRATE PRICES.
Mtuin'R propejrtiai plu"' I i 'lointninaioii. Minoa cxft-ninotl
iiii-l reportwl on. 0 i.Tatpxttleneft 'aolldtotl. . All work--promptly
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V. P. WOOD,, 144 Poanbgtoh Street, Tucson, Arizona.
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purveyor ,?.n ! Civil Engineer
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ARIZONA. TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28,
A man is wli.it lie mnkos himeelf. If
lio eits clown by (he roatlaide or on tho
oU bull.' ti u iii) iiooJs box ai"l waits
for come ono tocomoaoi):and offer hito
a priniwly salnry und .1 llic-tiruo citua
tiou li)4j;en'rull site.tht'io a lonj; tim'o
eo lout;, in ftuM. Mnt liu com:!uiloatliat
this is a lied world to me a living in.
When ho h.s worn his lifo out sitting
around in Mleneai imd ia aliout roidy to
dio he gots up mid exclaims, "I po"-er
had a dun-5!" You know aiidftinttht
Y.qu have little .pity or concern frithovi.
So it U wi'.haJvU)agok U peopfa.stt
uromid"TiS)Tl"wai' for some outsider to
bring bissins" to town they will wiiit a
long, lon; timo, anu'Whon in after yeard
tue town uas aoout uieu tor want of per-
Bonal vitality and onery on the part of
its buainoss men and citizens, theso
Bame naon will eay, "Our town never
had au opportunity!". You' itnow of
such towne towns dead because of lack 1
of energy and -enterprise on Ih'e part of
its citizens. Assumption (111.) News.
A barber has been arrested in Chicago
for a violation of the recent flaj; law, his
rod, white and blue barber polo being
considered a violation. A cicar dealer
waa also arrested for having a flag in his
Btore-as an. advertisement. All of which
caused the Chicago Chronicle to ask if
poker players who -used red, white.and
btue chips are to. bcarrestpti for a viola
tion of the ilag law.
LeaeTyour orders at once at the Union
MarJyjt,for your- Thanksgiving turkeys,
Wo have some dandies and will deliver
them at your "house dead or alive.
n20 3t OvKKLook Btws.
Dvspkpsia Can be Cuked my Usiko
Acker's Dyspepni Tablets. One little
Tablet will give immediate relief or
money refunded. Sold in handsome tin
boxes at 25 cle, by J. S. Williams & Co.
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TI:o Dig 2Tow Raj; Time Musical l-'arce
Comedy and Ji'iayitiAy-
' Th.' Grp'iitf-st.
Coio.-f.! Show in
the W'orl i.
Thirty of the
Sixteen CrT','-utyVe Woeka at the
Kasliiunaulct (J.iswio Koof Garden
ij Ki-w York City.
'''In, contemplating a change of
clothing our advantages to
., clothe you. should not bt over
looked. With tho choicest and
cwellept assortment of fabrics
possible to cituiu together with
our artistii! cut and finish, our
productions place 1he wearer
among the well dressers. Prieci
consistent to tho values.
Ml lllllll It
Wrs.-W. J.-I5!lr, Prop.
A complete lino of the latcs Myles
of Tall and Wiultr Goads Jiiat
Psitei flats ilk Latest Desip.
lw trimbed to orrtr r a acdlty.
Call and Inspect my Roods before
City garter Shop
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i',-v, U(ilTOUU,"t am uour.uoaiuuo
l!.tll ltooftu Attache.!,
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s,tffltfl f.' !, '.
Tho JEc'ui pe-Meaa frodeue" company
has ddiveatid the full amount ni brick
01 tho At Miller -block and jro now de-
ivsri'ig a abtyment tS M6hm JS'tiws.' -
' Getgb; Kolnnjj ItorClumi, U., says :
'iMv--wifo"1)ft'' tv.Ips t :; c?.'. De-
Witt'o Wittu Hazel Salvo cured.Jior. Ill
is the best Bftlvn in America." It heals
everything and cuics all ekin lijertEea.
Copper Queen stove
TJie newly elected officers of tho Mar
icopa County Co-operative and Protect
ive Association 'met at their rooms yes
terday and laid out plans for the ensu
ing year's contest -with the canal com--
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panics. Gazette. ' - .
Dr. W. 'ixon,ItalyTfill, N. Y. says:
"I heartily recommend One Minute
Cough Cure. It gave my wifo imraedi
ate.elief in suffocating. asthma." Pleas
ant to take. Never fails to quickly cure
ail coughs, colds, throat and lung trou
bles. Copper Queetl store, ' t
Max Coht; who died in Phoenix yes
terday, was well known throughout
Arizona and was an honorable.reputable
man. Mrs Cohn, bis sdrrowing sister,
has the sympathy of a large circle of
family friends. Gazette.
"I -wouldn't be without DeWitt'e
Witch Hazel Salve for any corisidera.r;
tion." writes Thomas B. Rhodes, Cen
terfield, 0. Infallible for piles, cuts,
hums and 6kin diseases Beware of
couulei'feits. Copper Queen store, i
W. H. Pope, "of .Santa Fe will not be in
attendance at the bitting of the court of,
'private land cluims, business in New
Mexico detaining him there. Matt G.
.Reynolds, United States attorney, will
conduct all the business of the depart
Dr. II. II.Haden, Summit, AalaUama,
eays: "I think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
is a splendid medicine. I prescribe it,
and my confidence in it grows with con
tinued ii." Jt digests what you ea:
and quickly cores dyspepsia ami indi
gestion. Copper Queon store.
Showeisof rain pturted to fall Tues
day evening and kept it up aU day
yesterday. Tho range of mountains
west and south of town shown a cover
ing of snow. Street grading operations
are again hampered y n nmv supply of
slush and mud. I'rescott Courier.
Yon never know what form of blood
poison will. follow constipation. Keep
the liver clean by u?ing DoWitt'a Little
Early Risera and vnu will avoid trouble.
They are famous little pilla forcoustipa
tion and livor and bowel trouble? Cop
ier Q-iecn sio'e.
Tho I'rescott lodge of E:ks is having
quite a little boom in the way of receiv
ing new incmbui. Several have bsen
initiated during tho past-few v,etd:a and
list y expect to add between thirty and
L..v new members before the lirst of
.he year. Jottrnal-Minpr.
"J. 1). bridge?, editor Democrat, Lin-
carter, N. fl.,raya: "Ono Minute Couiih
Cure is tl'.e best remedy for croup I ever
ued. Immediately relieves and cures
cough, colds, croup, asthma, pneumo
nia, bronchitis, grippe and ail throul
and Jung troubles. It prevents con
sumptirai. Copper Queon atore.
riio members of Kinsley lodga No. f.
A. 0. U. W., were very actiye last week
and succeeded In eeo ring fifteen new
appliranli1, all of whom were elected
and will be received in full coimectio.r.
at tho meeting on Friday evening, De
cember J, At Padgett hall. rhoenix
"I hrt-1 dycnfiTS' i fifty-seven years
and iiver found pli.nnniont relief tdl J
need Kodol Dyspepiia Cure. Now I aoi
acll and feel liko a new man,'' write."
S. J. Fleming, Murray, Neb. I: is tin
best digeatant known. Cure. all fnriu
of indication. Pnyiicivn uteirnhcn
p:etriiho it. Cop(vr tiueen U:e.
Ficm the ir.i.rt of tho Friday In!
game at Taiwun, Mr. Appleton J. 1 Ic,
wlm ells cm it Hy;iiiM and who Ids
witi. the 1'hoeivx tfm to do tha oir.cik
fi:yiiuc, may h, eipt'ete.1! Ir flmrtl
invent eome nfidtHtucal contrirai.cfl n
th tiatur ot -sh register to ri-ror
the i una mad.; l, lh Tiiu-oii teun
Anyonti could Kt-ep trark of j) rx-or. i
ntti1t by th;' Iivumu t"im. Rdpit'-iir.in.
Th"- f!ny inii.io. Piiul numv i (ai-
btToniing mi- ( ;lu- griut butlio'i pro
.-p'ecf Ai.una. A lave juniiMT a J
t.i.i and ri!.i ., .( now t R -d ,,),
.i itimr true.;' KKuiou to :.ln i.ihh
I'iu'n n raijto .1 .ull Us built io'lhr iv,i
(Vilro liver, ..; mm-aof of k-vi-u mile
j !tii pio;it.v moMid by A-bi'i't Kn
:-:t'it, of Tui'ni,. imd iv yroViiiv; a v-t'if
' hie bOMU llr KfUf.
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:,R:ulimdo.t tiir.uiMi.aoKll k.id.j. i'rii-.
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The Furniture Room-
until . Christmas will be the storm center vf interest.
Not that the holiday' spirit, imbued by holiday goods,
will be lacking throughout ihe rest of the store, but th
Dolls, the GJames, the Toys, everything that appeals fe
childish hearts, will T)e in iKe ' Furniture Stor.
Boxes and Cases are being .opened and their eon
tents made ready for you. ' The toy world grows apaet,
Vuplive shall, have more to tell of this shortly.
For some reason or other the approach
of Thanksgiving Day tnrna feminine
thoughts linenward. We (ire .no better
prepared now than at any timo, -for we
endeavor to have our stock,alwaya cotn
plote. Howotrer, this ia an opportune
time to tell of Liuena table lineni par
ticularly. Bleached Damask, 85 incbee. wide,
35 cents a yard.
Bleached Linen Damask, 09 inches
wide, tO cents a yard.
Bleached and Half Bleached Linen
Damftsk in Floral and Geometrical dft
signs, 05 0611.1810 1 a yard,
Two example of superior quality
Damask, b'.th bleached, full 72 iuches
wide. Ono desijn id carnations itrewn
on a finely dotted background; the
other largo pansiea on a groundwork of
fine, satin finished damask; $1.25 and
$1.50 a yard respectively,
Linen Napkiua frooi 75 cents to $4.50
Tray Cloth, stamped' or plain, ham
med or fringed, oval shaped or square.
Doiliea of every, aort and aixq.
Ko matter how cheap the skirt, un
leea.it hangaproperly it iano.t worth "the,,'
price. This tolls of kkirta that have
that "hang" about them that -marks i
them correct. Thoy -are little' priced,,
too. Three examples:
Black Brocaded Skirt ,...$l.7J
Black Worsted Sjrge, tight fit
ting across hips and back
ploukut atsido 4.23 ..
G ray Worsted Serge .4.60
In the bowls of which are embossed
views typical of Bilbao, aha "Blabeo,
Art.ona." They are of sterling ailvsr
and coma in two sizes tea and coffee.
Neatlv packed, as we'll pack them for
von, thc.y'1! be welcomed aa eouvenln
by jour f.r-aw7 frioudi- $1.50 and $'i
44H fr?MtW mon
The Hardware Store z
think it is. It will furnish many a hiut aiid p. help to stlv
tug what t' give. Chri.-itmis is so near that pcrkaps hint
or two wilt be welcome. For instance:
Rogers AA Silver Plated Tea Spoons $2 a dozen
Rogers AA Silver Plated Table Spoons .., 4 a dozen -
A 'dollar more ou a dozen would be nearer the real yaluc of
ihcse. .,'.' '. .
Carving Sets from $2 a set to J38 for it -five-piece iet-
pearl handle, with solid silver
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PAJAHAS VS. NIOHT 5HIRT5.
Tho flame old struggle the aupplanfc
irjg of the. old by the new. Night ahlrtt
have.-Uio advantage of eeniorityyon'it
alwayi worn them. Pajatnaa will area
tnally win, hovrtrer, becxin thejr f
to mncli more'ctmforubU. Vfnili tkw
conflict is on w thow botk kioda ia
partially. Nht ahirta i Kaali nl
Oating Flannel from 75 cekt"mcraeu t
up. Pajamas in Madras, Plana!
and" Flanl , 9 ,q'H a gaf u
MADK TO YOUR
There's a aatfefactfort in hartag clolhw
made to jonr particular raeaaare and of
material to your oartieunr Uking. Vfhtx
the litis abaci utelr guaranteed, -r.tk
on rour part wbateyer, aid thj Mate
rials to choose from are practically oV
limited, the Mtisaction is complete.
The wooleitc market reflecta the g
tsral proaiwritr of th cotnmsrcial worlt"
by mi upward Cadency 'fit prjcei aatf a
We ctarusd thaamo wit't! nomo MOf
or more sampled, but ovary day or ao w
rec3iv a list of "outs, whjoU leeeem
your jjortmor.t to suleetfrora.
It's orercoxt breather now. Coaae.
look over thj aamp'.ea and gat' prices)
Tmnsnri fnm.v.., $4U)t
, 11'Jlty f rlhn . , . . . ... . ,. . . .-, . l'i, w
Vvurra fr i .,.;...!. ;,. A-i.09
tr yon' - i-J -p "-h ndy-tnvli
.is 'i :i, w ri -. ;lni
zrr.iTU it -"M-Jr-mado clotk
Mct.'a Tuuli troin $7 50 to $17,51
Men's Ovorcoata from 7.50 to 17.W
Bovs are well cared for, too.
Reefer and Bos Overcoat from lien
4 to 12 year.
TVtw- ancf It9fr Suit t fit baj? nsf
4 to 13 years.
Three piece Siita, coaaiating ef iit.ti
vest, knee pants and manaiib coat M
boya of 9 to 13 year..
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rfk wtm Asm.'