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We will have
startling to te
our next issue.
Iain St., Og Alius Grocery Store.
' Keeps ou .liand a large assortment of
PURE DRUGS, HEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
AJso a full line of the leading Patent Medicines, No
tions, Toilet Articles and Perfumes. Physicians Prescrip
ons carefully and accurately compounded.
lisbee Dray anil Baggage Go.
Furniture, Baggage, Freight and
--Express Ieliverecl Foriaptly
kClains for breakage or any failure to promptly attend orders
Office at Floodgate
Orders left with the Clerk will receive Prompt Attention.
Mini iniiMwmwi iwi. X iTWT-iMr rrr-Tirr "
TOT. -SHE. Broom .- - 7- OdZr.
Bisbee Transfer Company,
Freight, Baggage and Express delivered
to any "part- of the City.
Prompt Service and $iult;k. 33elivery
The California Market,
KENNEY BROS, Proprietors.
-Erosh Beef, Mitha, Park, Vaal, Sa -13133, Etc.
' " Choice Cuts' of Meat aonly.
Fresh Bread Daily. .
IGoods Dalivered Free to All Parts of ths Town- w
Upper Main 9t.,".Blsbee.
Assayer and Chemist,
VRELIABLE WORK AT HO DERATE PRICES.
Mining propertie-i pl.tcud un commission. Minus upcauuued
and reported on. Crrmpon Ijuco aolicitod. All work
promptly attended M.
f. P, WOOD, 144 Paaniagton Strest, Tucson, Arizona-
Founoi I v f Conn & Wool. Denver. Colo.
United States Deputy Mineral
SURVHYIN'J IN ALL
fltor.lu Valincu ititliiiiu
V" PipieteoTfhi Mtfti tU Miiitf,
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Surveyor and Civil Engineer
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1'i.i oibitj cf Mi-uul
Oar Estimate Too Lov.
Fioni 43,77.' ,075 pptnuk nf copper in
1802 to 110,823,854 poUnd in 18l'8 is the
Hory that Arizona lbs to toll. This is
nifRVfinjse intTf.o o( 15,400,0 0 pounds
B;ypn for llio flm vmib sim-o lb03. In
Biiarin l puh'Msiit'd tome iiinnUiaaitowe
went into Aiizon'e' copper flguroa ancj
"iiiiznMVd the atntement that ite copper
production for the present year would
not be !v.'33 than 140,030,000. That would
bean increase of about 29,000,000 pounds
over ln-t ycar'a pioduction. That Btate
fnent J ins 'been copied far and wide.
From wnat wo luvt ita.t.cJ tliut. that
artiu'o wae pufeMsiiod we are diapu?ed to
Ibcliero that we under. CKtunnJitjd, this
year's piouucuon, aim uini wiu uiu
letunid aio all in it will bo been thl
Arizona will have produced damn,' the
year 1399 not less than loO.UOO.OOO
pouoda of copper. But even with tbat
increafce it will only fill a small gap in
'the inereasedusea of that metal.
- It i8 interesting to note the in?reasea
unado by the big copper produceia of
Arizona ?int'o 189J. The Arizona Cop
pTer Company produced 10.297,277 pounds
more of "copper in 1898 than it did in
189?; the Detroit company", 6,486,264;
the Copper IJueen Company, 19,953,772.
The gieatest ia in the United Verde.
That company in 1893 only produced,
0,121,146 poundrt f coppei, but in 1898
it produced -12,323,926 pounds. It is es
timated that its production for tho pres,
ent year will be close to, if not quite
-58,"000,OGO pounda. Mining iteview.
All persons knowhiK themselves to he
indebted to Frank Bopp lor toad taxes
for the year 1899, aio heieby requested
to call at his ollinu in Hisbeo and make
immediate settlement fur same, other
wise immediate legal ptoceediiigs will
bo instituted to force such collections.
You will please taker further notice that,
under this act no propel ty is exempt
from execution. iJv ordr'of
Ilcat Overheer Bibbee Pistncf.
Notice to Water Coasumers.
. All i)er.-oiis ltivit.? 4xpoted water
pipes on theii premiud .n !.-' v r'o
(jiwsiod wt covt U;o aunu lo iifv;iit
freezing,' liy pnler oT "Biaboo Water
Bisbce.Cash Fruit Store.
vC'ome in ami n' nt-.'s'ie how we look,
fcvon u Jim iloi.'t wi!it to buy. Be
neighboilv. i iw a call. n28 lw
Ui- Mir.ll wi 1 InoielJ, with dia
mond cei:t'-i. . t idiweun ili resi
dence of Ii'iis WidiHiud iuvl iliai of
Chsulr-i n.i.Kin. Finder wi'd bo lib
erally iuv aided 13 KMUiuiui: tamo to
this olli '0.
Fall Clothing !
In contemplating a change of
clothing our advantages to
clothe you should not be over
lookel. With the choicest and
swellest assortment of fabrics
possible to attain, together with
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our artistic cut and finish, our
productions place tho wearer
among the well dreeeers. PriceB
consistent to the allien
Mrs. AI. J. Blair, Prop.
A complete lino of the latcs atylo3
of Fall and Winter Gooda Juot
Pattern Hals of the Latest Design.
Hats trimmed to order a specialty.
Call and inspect my goods before
City Berber Shop
Marks ct Wittij;, Proprietors.
llrtli l littitit.. .sliivli: ll Slil'li ! '"1I11;
l..tii,t, yoiitMiimit anil C'omiuo lines
Itutti lJoin. Atttclioil. I'.vuo-
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iHSBEE MILLINERY M,
Interesting Itouis Culled trom Our,
Friday morning t e nuiro.ui yards
hero wero entirely eini)U of urs, tbet
first time thi- has happen I in nine
years, says height agi t, i'.i'iiaon,
Ceorgo Nolwe Hoeklai d, ()., says:'
"My wife lKid piles fonv ears. De
Witt'a Witch Hazel -alvo uir.'.i her. It
ia tho beat eahe in A-cma." It heals
everylinup and cures all pkui diseases
Copper Quen atoro. t
Pclejrate Wilion wi! introdiico a bill
in congiess to allow mineral laud on the
Indian reservations t5 be worked. Thn
will leniilt in sevoial valuable- mine pro
duceia on the San Cailos nervation.
Dr. W. Wixon, Italy UiU, N. Y., aays:
"I Jieartil recommend One Mlnutt
Cough Cure. It gave my wife immedi
ate relief in suffocating asthma." Pleas
ant to.take. Never iails to quickly cure
all coughs,. colds, throat and lung trou
bles. Copper Queen e'toie.
'Hie hunting party who recently re
turned frem Black Kiver say the Indian
arena oiling the line of tho reservation
to keeo-tflieep off. lliey enquire o
every passerby if ho has aeen any pheep
in the coujtry. Solomonville Bulletin.
"I wouldn't ibo without DeWitt't
Witch Hazel Salvo for any considera
tion." writes Thomas B. Rhodes, Cen
teifiekl, j0. 'Infallible for piles, cuts,
burns and skin dieei'.bes. Beware pi
counterfeits. Coppor Queen store.
AuniiPtin Chacon, tho leader of tht
band of thieves ami smugglers on the
border, Ima defied the poaeea now in
quest of him to effect Ids capture. Jt
will be remembered this. is the same
man who while under Fentonce of death
in Graham county escaped from jail.
Dr."H. II. laden, Summit, Aalabiuia,
says: "I think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
is a splendid medicine. I prescribe it,
and my confidence in it grows with con
tinued use." It digests what you eat
and quickly cures dyspepsia juid indi
cetdion. Copjifr-Qiieon store. .
' The nltcriuioi s. in tho ne.v K. of V.
fiall .u- pi0ns".n apldlv. The para-'
prTema'ia w i nuprffl tcv irtiyBHg'-
from 'Coiuiub.ij; 4. au A mt:up
ilioso who are to bo charter members o!
the new lodge will be hold (tliw) Situi-
day evening 01 this week 't mjie Kew
You never know what form of blood
poison will follow con-uip.ittnh. Keep
the liver clcah by,U6ing DeWitt's Little
Early Itibeia and you tvill avoid trouble.
They are famous little pilla forconatipa
tion and liver. and bowel troubles. Coo-
per Queen s u-e. ., t
I V It V.'.,lla. inninr milter nf till-
rizona Bulletin, was over fioni Solo
mon villu Friday on biiane-i. Messrs.
Kvlly already have a p'irt nf their sp'
. nd edition ready for tUisptufi. It will
contain foity-five or fifty puues and wdt
-nipasi" in excellence any 01 tlioir formet
t liorts. itange news.
"JU. Bridges, editoi Democrat, Lan
caster, Ntlvsays: "One Minute Coiv.'h
Cure iuhe best j erne ly for croup I ever
useil. Imiijediately rvlicves and cute
eolith, c'lllls, croup, asthma, puetuno-
lnonchitis, snppe and all thro it
lung tioubles. It' prevents con-
sumption. Copper Queen atTje. 'i
Mrdcomb McLish, of Denver, who
has been working tho tailings at the
Mammoth mine by the cyanide proceea
j for tltt p()8t VCar, has finished the dump
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and will now seek a new place of opera
tion. ' The dump is said to have been a
rich one, and lira amount added to Mr.
McLeislf" femur wa eonsiderablo.
I iiu. tux I ' i 1
and neve. ..,.d rermancnt .el.ef tdl I
ued Kodol I'Vfi'epsia Cure. Now I am
well and feci lik- a new mm," writod
S. .1 Ffonmv, Murray, N.v. It is tli
bcjl iwtuiaut known. Curis allfoim-
of iudigestio.i. Physicians everywhere
pretci ibe it. .Copper Quen atoio. t
Ex-Goveiiioi M. II.McCordand Win
Chtisly, loth of Phoenix, accompanied
iiy Leo Von RiWnlu'rt;. n itiinins cn
italisd fiom New York City, c.uuo in thi"
inoiniiiLMir.il Inter went lo tha Aisuun
mine. Theii purposj in makiiiK the
nip is to arrange. thedelaiUof tho sale
of the Ayuiite property tota company t
easterb i.ipit.ih.tp, of winch Mr. H.en
betjj is u mi nihuL Cituen.
IiOripue, wiib its nfift elteets, n'"
ally deit io,i itnu-aiuU ot people. I
may bn i ik'y cu.e I by tine Mum
Ctit'igh Cine, Hie only i.imedv that t'i
duces lin.iudi.ue reulti in loiuh
coldr, c oiu. b oiicliilif', piieiinionii a
thro it ami Lim; tmuliler. it will
vent i i.i.iite;,iu)i. C)i''i Q'leen sli
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11 euilo'nli.i fuuiiiinoohiUkiedr'. INm
iinhi ; .niio vtatv . t'nl. ::id ice i'i
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The Furniture Room '
until Christmas will" be the storm center of interest,
JYot tliwb the holiday spirit, imfiuefl by holiday goo As,
will be lacking throughout the rest of the store, but the
Dolls, the Games, the Toys, everything that appeals H
childish hearts, will be in the Furniture Store.
Boxes and Cass are being opened and their eon
tents made ready "for you. The toy world grows apaoe,
but we shall have more to tell of this shortly.
For some reason orpther the approach
of Thanksgiving Day turns feminine
thoughts linen H'nrd. We are no better
prepared now than at any time, for wo
endeavor to have our etock always com
plete. However, this ia an opportune
time to tell of Lineus table linens par
ticularly. Bleached Damask, 55 inches wide,
35 cents a yard.
Bleached Linen Damask,! 50 inches
wide, 40 cents a yaid.
Bleached and Half Bleached Liuen
uamasK in tiorai anu ueometricai ue-
signs, 65 cents to $1 a yard.
Two examples of superior quality
Damask, both bleached, full 12 inches
wide. One design ia camatipne atrown
on a nutdy dotted backgiound; tho
other largo pansies on a groundwork of
fine, satin-finished dnHi.uk; $1.25 and
$1.50 a yard respectively.
Linen Napknn from 75 cents to $4.50
Ti ay Cloths, stamped or plain, hem
med or fnnged, ovai shaped or tquare.
Doilies of every sort and aize.
No matter how cheap the skirt, un
less it hanga properly it is not worth tlfe
price. This tella of tkirts that have
that "lung" about them that .marks
them correct. They are little pi iced,
too. Three examples:
Black Brooded Skirt $1.75
Blick Wotsted Sarge. tight fit
ting acioss hips and back
nloi-ket at bide -1.2o
Grav Worattd Soige
In the howls of which are embossed
views tynioil of liisbee, alo "P.ibee,
Aiisoiuu" They aro of sterlin,: ailve.
and come in two sizes te and eoffo.
Neatly .packed, as we'll pack, iliem for
you, they'll bo welmed a"l eouvetun
l.y your far-away friendi., !fl 50 and $
cv h. '
think ti " Jtwill furnibh many ainnt and a help to solv
ing vhattt. give., Christmas is so near that perhaps a Kiat
or tWO Will be welcome.
J?ogers A A Silver Plated Tea Spoons $?. a dozen
Rogers aa Silver Plated Table Spoons.". . 4 a dozen
A dollar more on a cloaei wJJ be rccr-cr t' 1 2 A Vi -f
Cawing Sets Trom $2 a set to $2S for a five piece set -r
pearl handle, with solid silver trimming.
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PAJAfiAS.VS. NldHT 2HIRT6.
The same old atruggle-the supplant
ing of the old by the .new. Night ahirlB
have the advantage of seniority jou'm
always worn them. Pajamas will even
tually win, however, becausa they arji
bo much more comfortable. While b
conflict is on we show both kiida im
partially. Night shirts in Madia nf
Outing Flannel from 75 centi a prftaent
up. Pajamai in Madras. Flaaait
and Flannel, fi to.4 a gait.
i MADS TO YOU
- There's a satisfaction in having clothe)
mode to vour partie.ulnr maRur and if
material lo yourDAriicul.tr liking Wkoi
the litis absolutely guarantewU-no risk
on your part whatever, anu the ati-
riala to chooro fraui are practically tw
hmiteil, the eatiHfa-ti'ju is complete.
Tlie vviolttna market rettcato the 2j
oral projerity of th-j cotflniBrcT.d'wSrl'
by an ii,h ardtond jay .of prices &ai t -
DCtrcity nf f turul.
We KurL-cl the henM.); with some 2Mp
or lame !Hiiipli:-, but every day or so wj
receive a list of "outs," which leoaeas
youris"vituent to relectfroia.
It's ororcoat weathur now.- Ooatq,
look owr the eamnlod and get priiMJi
any w v :
Tntii'icis from $4.0
b ii t fiunU 14.00
erjjju" fivi 14.00
If jim'e ft'iii 1 -.villi re.-tdy-ma.Tji
li.ilt'.'i, Tf'vi '"'tbu ciiiiim t
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:. ..'. S.... ...a ...$7 50to$t7.H
, Muii'n OvercoatM from 7.50 ta 17 59
Bov.t aie welt cared for, to?.
U.'efer and Box Overcoats from tune
4 to 12 yoars.
Tv'tjftie and Iteafcr Suits to fit bs f
4 to 111 yeais.
Tliit-c piece 3 lit-, consisting. of Uttla
vest, knee pants and mannish eail fr
boys of 0 to 13 earc. y .
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