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1 Si: THE ARIZONA DAILY .Oft&TW' '
If " .yjgfctliiB? ifT Ji " ;' BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, ' DECEMBER-1, r8q9. ' ' "NUMbST
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. -f:C ' ' " - "'.- -" '."' Tho court of private land claims closed fjgg M?-&k:ifV ll "K Y ?
J ft" . '' -:.r ":KC -' I1! ?", .f". i Tmi and Interesting Items Culled from. Our OXIW' T'C W
'. ''- -:M&Ut:f handed down the following decisions, as , aw" " - M. tT- JL r Y- 4L
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M St., Opj. Anttias-Grocenr Store.
Keeps on. hand a large assortment of
PURE DRUGS, HEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
.,, Also a full line of the leading Patent Medicines, No
tions, Toilet Articles and Perfumes. Physicians Prescrip
ons carefully and accurately compounded.
lishee Dray an
JP-vimiturc, Kaggage, Freight and
Express DeHvercd Pjr$mptiy--rf
aims for breakage or any failure to promptly attend orders
Officq lit FlG0dg&
Orders left with' the Cleric will
ii iij .,...'v.
Biishee Transfer. Company,
Freightt Baggage and Express delivered .
to'any part of the City.
,Froapt Service and
;,Eresh Beef, jMuttoa, Pork,'7oal, Siasag.3, Etc.
, .' ' Cjioic- Cuts of Meat souly.
h lush "Bread Daily.
,GMds Delivered Free to All Parts of the Town.
. $''' , Upper main. St., Bisbce.
Assay er and Chemist,
RELIABLE WORK AT HODERATE PRICES.
Mining pruportitM mod t.t ominlasion. Mhi'a oxnminod
and roporttil on. GorrntpJiidencu rt,diitnd. All work
j promptly tttend.-d to,
K,.,girW00D, 144 Pennington Stoat, Tucson, Arizona.
?' Fonnnrlv ot Cono & Wool. Denver, Olo.
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Uuitei SU deputy -Mineral
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WlRei in 'allac ftHlitisiiir
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GEOC.CLARIC ' - p.
Ass.iyJwgv at,CurKnt Prices.'
ProfetBor in fchcol
'M,iT,'Uiilv( ji,f MUaouri,
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to tell you In
receive Prompt Attention.
Survayor and Civil Engineer
j, . IllBbee, Arizona.
Tlio court of private land claims closed
ita full term yi-aterdav" at Tuceon and
handed down the following decisions, as
ici orted by tho Star:
OamoroiiH vt. United States, boingthe
San Rafael grant. Confirmed for four
leagues, one "fourth contested for ex-Senator
Don Cameron. General Kerr of
Pennsylvania and William C. Whitney
are largely interested in the matter.
The claim of R. Perin et al. vs. the
United States (Babncornari grant).-Con-
fiimed lor eight Icjigucs. -'
Claim of Maish and Drfscoll, being
thoUuena i&ta'Kraiit, vaa.,coofirme!y
of the bprder
Tho Hearst claim, San Pedio grant,
Awa Prieta grant claim, redacted.
Tho claims yet to bo determined aro
the Sonoita grant,, the'San, Bernardino
(J. H. Slaughter) and the Aiivaca.
These will likely be disposed of at the
next term, probably before February
SURE CURE FOR CROUP.
Twenty'-five Years' Constant Use
Without a Failure.
The first indication of croup is hoarse
ness, and in a child subject to that dis
ease it may be taken as a sign of the ap
proach of an attack. Following this
hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough. If
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given
as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or
even after thu srbupy cough appears,
it will prevent the attack. It is uee.l in
many thousands of homes in this broad
land and never disappoints the anxious
mothers. We have yet to learp of m
single instance in which it has not
proved effectual. No other preparation
can show such a rtjeord twenty-five
years' constant use without .a.failure.
For Bale by all druggists. 2 1)
A1 persons knowing themeek'ifto he
indebted to Flunk Bop; for rol'Uxes
foftho'year 1S9, arc hereby re'eiatoted
tp call at his qllicO in Hisbe'o and. make.
iimmodiatc;et"tIjmtent for raroi?ftStbor-.
wiso immediate leyui proceedings 'mlj
bo instituted id foroo such collections.
You will please take further notice that
under tljia act no property is exempt
from execution. ly order of
Fiiank H, Borr, .
Road OvfiM'io- Bisbeo District.
Notice to Water Consumers.
All perbtftis iiunng exposed water
pipes on thtWpn'inisos are hereby re-
to- iSfvio i i-o
same lo prevent
niijcr of Uisbee Water
Bisbue-fash Fruit Store.
Come in andee.tt.si'u- how we look,
even .if voir don't 'anf'to buy. ito
neighborly. Give us a call. n28 1
Lost A Bmall gold brooch, with dia
mond center. Lost-.bstweeu the resi
dence of.Xuwia Willianis" and that ol
Charles Chwvson. Finder will be lib
erally .ro'wardod by returning eamo tt.
In contemplating a change of
clothing our advantages to
clothe you .-hould not bo over
looked. With the choicest and
swellt-Rt. assortment of fabrics
!'iis:-ib!u to attain, together with
our aitifitic Rt and finish, our
productions -place tho wearer
among th wll dressers. Price;'
consistent n sho valueB.
Mrs. M. J.'Hlalr, Prop.
A complete lino of the lates styles
of Fall and Winter Goods Jit-a
Pattern Mi of tlia Latest Desip.
Hats trimmed to order a specialty.
Cull and inspect my goods beUrs
The trade mark of the Viavi company
was filed in 'the office of the Territorial
Secretary yestordny. Tho mark is a
black diamond with the word "Viayi"
across it in white. Tho proprietors are
Herbert E. Law and Hartland Law of
George Nolantl, Rook land, O.yjayu:
"My wife had piles iony psnrn,il
Witta Witcji Ha2cl.Sal o cuiedUer. It
is the bcsenlvc in "hrsrica," It heals
everything and cures rdl ekin dipeases.
Copper Queen store. j
An exchango eaya that Charles M,
Shannon has disposod of his big Clifton
copper mine property and will soon have
the neat sum of $20(7,000 to his bank ac
count. The purchasers paid Mr, Shan
non $100,000 down and put $75,000 worth
of machinery on the mine, and in six
weeks the balance will be paid.
Dr. W. Wixon, Italy HtU, N.Y., says:
"I heartily recommend One Minute
Cough Cure. It gave my wife immedi
ate relief in suffocating asthma." Pleas
ant to take. Never fails to Quickly cure
all coughs, colds, throat and lung trou
bles. Copper Queen store. i
Mountain lions are destroying young
calveB in the Graham mountains at an
alarming rate, eays the Solomonville
Bulletin. Frank Necse came down from
his ranch in Stockton Pass last week
and reported that the lions had killed
six calves for him during the past week.
A lion hunt is being organized in Solo
monville. "I wouldn't bo without DeWitt'a
Witch Hazel Salve for any considera
tion." writes Thomas B. Rhodes, Cen
ter field, O. Infallible for piles, cuts,
burns and akin diseases. Beware of
counterfeits. Copper Queen store.
An appeal has beea taken in tho case
of Ramon Pineda, pentenced to be hung
at the last term of cuurt, says the Solomon-
.lie Bulletin. The day of oxecu-
ftion had been sot for December 1. Tho
local ofHccra are not exactly eiear asjto
the effect of the filing of iheappeaVpa
pers and have written to Judge Doan
forlinstrnctions. If Jtidstt Doan files his
certificate of Probable ennse, tho hang
ing bee will not take place as anticipated.
Dr. H. II.Haden, Summit, Aalabama,
say?: "I think Kodol Dyspepsia Cine
ia a splendid medicine..! prescribe it,
and my confidence in it'growa with con
tinued use." It digests what you eat
and quickly cures dyspepsia and indi
gestion. Copps-r Queen store. t
On Saturday King Ussery, who has
been confined in the countv jail, depos
ited $500 with the clerk of the court as a
cash bond to appear at the next term.ot
eouit, which will bo held in June, 19C0.
Ussary is charged with grand larceny.
He ib also indicted in Gila county, and
will bo tried there next month. About
two years ago Mr. Usecy was indicted
by the grand jury of this county for.
htjjhway robbery,, but was acquitted.
You never know what form of blood
poison will follow constipation." Keep
the liver clean, by usiiiL' DeWitt'a Little
Early Iliaers and you will avoid trouble.
They aro famous little pdln for constipa
tion and liver and bowel troubles. Cop
per Queen store. i
Judging from the following from tho
Tucson Star ot Tuesday it seems that
something is in the wind : "There will
not be any maid of honor from Pima
county in bupport of tlfq queen of the
carnival, it appearing that four of the
ynuni; ladies whose names wero on the
list dui'lined the honor. If Pima is to bo
represented the friends of other young
Indus will have to hurry and arrange
"J. ). Bridgep, editor Democrat, Lan
caster, N. H.,aays: "One Minute Cough
Ouie. is tho best remedy for croup I evei
used. Immediately relieves and curea
cough ', colds, croup, asthma, ptieumo
uh, bronchitis, mippo and all throat
and lung troubles. It prevents con
sumption. Copper Quen store, a
"I had dyspepala fifty-seven yeais
and never found parmuidiit relief till 1
used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Now I am
well and feel like a ue.v iii.m," wiiio-
S. J. Fleming, Murray, Nub. It is the
best digestant known. Cnren all fortn
of indigestion. Physicians uvoiywlunv
prescribe it. Copper Q-n-eii store, t
LaGrippe, with it's after effects, annti
,t!ly destroys il,mixand- of people. It
iinty be quickly uiired hy One Minute
Cough Cine, tho only remedv that pro
duces immediate resultt . in coughs,
rnldf. uioup, bronchitiH, pneumonia and
llit'Mt and lung trouiilei-'. It will pie
wilt consumption. Ci..er Queen store.:
II. F. Graham &Co. ImvajuHt received
u carload of furnltiiiouf all kinds. Prices
right; terms easy. Gall and sen their
.uw goods. Sill t
The Furniture Pom
until Christmas will he the. .storm center of interest.
Mot that the holiday spirit, imbued by holiday good,
will be lacking throughout, the rest of the store, but th
Dolls; the Games, the Toys, everything that appeals ti
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 Jrqws apa,
hut we shall have mtireto tell of this shortly.
For some reason or other the approach
of Thanksgiving Day turns feminine
thoughts linenward. 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 cents a yard.
Bleached Linen Dare "Me, CO inches
wide, 30 cents a yard.
Bleached and Half Bleached Linen
Damask in Floral and Geometrical de-
hjl.,05 cents ;,to $1 a.yard
"-iiyu a.umj)ttB ,in?jmp:jrjgr tquiwityj
Lou.aek.uutl. bioAehiMl. fall T2 ln.H
wide. Oat- design is camatfons strewn ! l"e flt i8 ab3IjI"teI? Kantecd, no risk
on a finely dotted background; tlltfj.nvour part whatever, aiid the mai.
other large pansies on a groundwork of "a,S 006C frfom ; Poetically ,
fine, satin-finished damaqk; $1.25 nnd '". oti8faclion is complete.
$1.50 a yard respectively... I r,n .00,?n" ,nKrkot "-ee.
Linen Napkin, from Treats to $1.50 . 5ToS"lt ol "'e o.nmerdal. worl
a dozen. " ' I 7 ll" uinv,irit tuudonc .'of prices and a
'C ri,,i,c ..tn... ,,r.i ,- .,!:.. i..
nied or frmced. oval shaned ur snuari' h
Do'.lies of everv sort and Pize.
No matter how cheap the skirt, un
less it hangs properly itisnot worth the
price. This tells of skirts that have
that "hang" about them that marks
them correct. They are little priced,
too. Three examples:
Black Brocaded Skirt $1.75
Black Worsted Serge, tight fit
ling across hips and back
plocket at side 4.25
Gray Worsted Serge 4.50
SOUVENIR SPOONS, .
In the howls of 'which are embossed
views typical of Bisbeo, also "Bisbee,
Arizona." They are -of sterling silver
and come in two sizes tea and coffee.
Neatly packed, as we'il pack them Jor
you, they'll be welcomed as poavenin
hy your far-away friends. $1.50 and $2
The Hardware Store IS'Jsr
think it is. It will furnish many a hint and a help to solv?
iug what to give. Christinas is so near that perhaps a hint
or two will be welcome. For instance:
Rogers AA Silver Plated Tea Spoons $?4 a dozen
Rogers aa Silver Plated Table Spoons.... 4 a. dozen
A dollar more on a dozeu would .be nearer the real value of
Carving Sets frpm,$2J.a set to $28 for a five-piece set-rj
pearl handle, with solid silver trimmings. ".
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PAJAflAS V$. NIOHT .SHIRT.
The Bame.pld Btruggle the supplant
ing of the old by the new. Wight shirta
have the advantage of seniority joa'm
always worn them. Pajamas will eve
tually win, however, because tBey' art
so much more comfortable. While Mm
conflict is on, we show both triads iai
partially. Night shirta in Mulia aut
Outii.g Flauno! ftom 76 centa a awweni
up. Pajamas in Madras, 'FURniea
and Flannel, $3 to;f4 a srH.
MADE TO YOUR
There's a satisfaction in hafipgclotaej
falgitp your particular measure and f
T "v'"' w.'"ir,"rHBU,,lr"n8' c
scarcity oi iruional.
We started tlie WH-.ion with some Sl
or m -e sainpli-. o,i: uver- ' & r
.iicsie a list oi ujus,'! which Irssemi
your asjortment to celoctfrou.
It's overcoat weather now. (toast,
look over thu Hamoles and get prieaa
anyway: . f.. v...
Trousers from. ...:.... .$4.0
8 lits.'from . .....14.03 '
Ovurcja'e iidiii i4.0d
If. ynu'rn satiftiiM -wiih' ready-mada
clnt!iin', tve'vu a - .'clc th.it cJinio at
iinnr Ihm'j p,'
t'eot .-a i.idy-maile cloth
iiu- can '): ,
M-hV Suit worn. .:.$7 50 to $L7.at
Meu'b Ovc-i Coats from 7.50 to 17.59
Boys are well cared for, too.
Heufer and Box Overcoats from siaM
4 to 12 years.
Ve.-iee and Reefer Suits to fit boys af
4 to 13 years.
Three piece Slits, consisting of littfa
vest, knee pants and mannish coat far
boys of 9 to 13 yea is.
Don't neglect the little ones.
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