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iftiZ0NAi DAILY ORB'- "
startling to tell you in
' our next issue.
MaiLSt, Dpp. Anps Grocery Store;
Keeps 011 Hand a large assortment of
PURE DRUGS, riEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
Also a -full line 'of "tile -leading Patent Medicines, No
tions, Toilet Articles and Perfumes. Physicians Prescrip
ons carefully and accurately compounded.
uraiiture, Etog&age, Freiglii asad
-Claims-for brealcageor any failure to prdmptly attend' orders-
Will ue quiCKiy ivnu iuiiy pu.iu.
'Office at-Fioodgate on Main Street.
Orders left with the Clerk will receive Prompt Attention.
"W". SC. BiQorae grr.
Bisbee Transfer Company,
Freight, Baggage and Express delivered
to any part of the City.
Prompt Service and JJitick Delivery
The California Market,
KENNEY BROS, Proprietors.
Fresh.' Beef, Mutton, Pork, 'Veal, Siim:3, Etc.
Choice Cuts of MeatAaorily.
Fresh Bread Daily.
vsra: Froj U
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Assayer and Chemist,
' REMABLE WORK AT TIODERATE PRICES.
Tdinlng properties placed on commission. Minos ex unuiud
and reported on. C irrospjudunco solicitevl. All work
promptly attended to. k
K. P. WOOD, 144 Parf'ainton Street, Tacson, Arizona.
Fonnorly i) C'ono k Wo,Dl.J(3oaver, Colo. ..
James F. Trotter,
United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor and Civil Eughieer
SURVEYS 5 W ALL
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J,HflMr. ubLK C.CLARK,
ij AiMiajiav; at Currcut IVSus
' Jifcnor ia fitehnil of Miner, Vnimsityof Miriouri.
m mi iafae Co.
Ail Parts of the Iowa. $
Our fellow townsman, Hugh 0. Fra
zcr has had several nccidon'tal mishaps
during the -past lin days, which hogs to
show that mNfotuuo "never soes single
handed," and tliut it "never rains but
that it poars."
Over n week uro Mr. Frazer accompa
nied his' eiff- v, who waa leaving for
Ifht home iu Chicago, to Die depot and,
npon leaving the traia, ho accidentally
tripped and fell, sustaining painful in
juries to his right arm and receiving a
severe "whack on thefare, and partlcu
lnrly onth -vri0?, froirP Wli'fh ho had
lUli fully rapovercd when on ThanKSi;iv-
uhg cvenht Uout daik he whs itn;?
Bdme and had just passed the floo-1 gate
when he was win into by an unruly
horse, which w w attadicd to u wij?o,
knocking hitn lortn, the wacon v. heel
paPEinij over hmjeft U'U, bruisios it
badly from tho knee to the foot and se
verely injuring his ankle, from the ef
fects of which he has been confined to
his hed everbince, and it will be some
days yet before the gentleman will bo i
ablo to again be out and resume his'
Tooaptlie climax of theso mishaps,
some person or persons bifit night broke
into Mr. Frazei's cellar and appropriat
ed many things of value. A months'
provisions, consisting of canned meals,
canned fruits, coffee, tea, etc., had just
been purchased and placed m tho cellar,
all of which was taken, together with
many atioloa of wearing appaiel and
other things useful to the family, to the
value, Mr. Frazer thinks, of at leas. $75
Deputy Sheriff Graham was pent for
and a list of the stolen articles placed in
his hands, and, although there is at pies
ent no clew to the thieves, it is hoped
and believed that the sleuth hounds of
the law will be able to run the culprets
down, and ptrhips to restore the stolen
goods, the loss of which cornea pretty
h iru on a man who has to earn his liv
ing by the sweat of his brow.
The Caluornia Hostu al of Los Ange
les, Cah ornia.
Ban MiGUisuro, Mes., Nov. 2 , i&JtO.
This-RTfatv-lto"ptal, si(uated.in Jjoa
Angeles, California, is well adapted for
the treatment of all kinds of diseaee,
having a large staff of eminent physi
cians and a corps i w- U tr.un.ed nurtes.
Having become sick and run down,
which incapacitated mo for business, I
.went to San Franoieco, California, and
consulted soiuo of the best do-tois there
ami in other piiKY?, b-.t f nnd no relief,
and finally went to t!)- California lloa
pitul of L;- A nj'wa ..wd placed myself
under Umj trtifHt of Dr. Brick. lell,
of tho Califun i.. lI-M-psl.-.!. and owing to
jitj kid ui.ii :l:o idljient ciie of .the
nurses 1 wai n-Mnred to health. Thanks
to the rki',i:u: I vMUuont of D-. Uiick
neU and tho cr? of sin pur?os of tlic
California IiohumI I am nyw well an 1
attending lo my rignKr 'uti-merrJ affairf,
and would advi-e all i-oiis sufiViinir
from dieane to v to tin Oalifomi i Ihu
pi till of L)- .wigeliV'.i.d l it:ul rta""
that if mediiMl sciente and good treat
men will u.iil anything theyvill find
relit f and b? rpstored v health.
1 horohv wish to letum my sincero
and heanf.dt ihatika to the managers,
doctors ai.d nurses of tho hospital for
all they huvi done for uif.
01 tho San Miguolito Mining Compunj,
Stylish, l -Serviceable
In contemplating a change of
clothing our advantages to
clothe you should not be over
looked. With the choicest and
ewellest assortment of fabrics
poaMblo lo attain, together with
our ailistic cut and finish, our
pioduetuicfl place ihe wearer
among the widl dressers. Prices
conMtdi'nt to (ho values.
Mrs. M. J. Blair, Prop.
A com plot.) line of the lates styles
of Fall and Winter Goods Jut
Pattern HaU of the Latest Besian
ll.t.u 1 I .tl.t, n ni.pinll.V.
Call and inspect my Roods before
S. Al. MeUowcrj. superintendent of
tho-Phooinx Imhna school and president
of the Phoenix Carnival association, ha?
been appjinted to a piitian as aid on
thetaff of (rovern.r Murphy, with the
rnnk of lieutenant colonj.
rGeorgo Noland, Rockland, 0., snys:
"My wife -had piles forty years. De
Witt's Witch Hflfel Salve cured her. 1
is (lie bet pslifc in Alwenca." It ht
eveiything 6ndveufoa all fckin diat-asps
CopjjBr, Onccn store. -y
'Xe farmers of-the" valley are pleuseft.
with the present outlook for next seas
on's crops; tho late bummer and fall
tains wuro oi .great value in giving the
lands a thorough soaking ami supplying!
the canals with an abundance of watet
at that time. Gazette.
Dr. W. Wixon; Italy HiU, X. Y., says:
" heartily recommend One Minutt
Cough Cure. It gave my wife fmmedi-1
ate reljef in cuffocating asthma'Tleas
ant to take. Jfever Jais trjjiuickly cure
all coughs, colds, throat Jn4vof trou
bles. Copper Queen storo''
Whilp on their way to the-'Uue For
est, Supt. Bunton, Supervisor Howe and
Gus Becker met two of our citizens witU
loads of firewood., Iiepoit says the
woodhaulera weie given the choice ot
either paying for the wood or unloading
it. They chose the latter. St. John'e
"I wouldn't "be without DeWitt't
Witch Hazel Salve for any considera
tion." wiites TIiom.ii B. Rhodes, Cen
.terfield, 0. Infallible for piles, cuts,
burns and 6kin diseubee. Beware of
counterfeits. Copper Queen store, t
Governor Murphy yesterday issued a
parole to Juan de Feuento,sentto Yuma
from this county in November, 1898, fdr
two years for grand larceny. Juan
ilo. sn't gain an etornitj-cf years by this
ppnUrbut a few months oven, of uu
e xt ud-eedoi is acceptable to him.
Dr. ii.fl.Hadertt aummit, AalaunsaA,
says: "Ihink Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
isaepjuhu nedu-ine. I prescribe it,
and uf coiitidence iu u grows with 'on-'
tinned use," It digests, what you eat
and qutckiy cures dybpopsia and indi
gestion. CopperQneen etore. I
Captain John' C. Finley, of the Ninth
United Slates infantry, has been ordered
hoirte from Manila on" account of a dan
gerous illness. He pleaded against be
ing sent home, Jbut a council of physi
cians decided that his life depended on
his leaving the Philippines, so Col. Lis
cum ordered him to return to the United
Younover know" what form of blood
t oison will follow constipation. Keep
the liver clean by using De Witt's Little
1'j.irly Risers and you will avoid trouble.
They are famous littlo pills for constipa
tion and liver and bowel troubles. Cop
per Queen stoie. i
It has buen mmored that President
Garland intended to put on a fast pas
senger train between Globe and Bjwie
Station! It is to be hoped that the con
venience of the traveling public will bo
consiJt'icd in this matter. With i.
through ptidsenzcr train and an addi
tional mail clerk there would be little
cause for complaint. bulletin.
"J. D. Bridges, editor Democrat, Lan
caster, N. H.,eayn "One Minuto Cough
Cure la the b-'st renie lv t r coup 1 cv
uaCd.i -Immediately reh.-vc? mid curch
couii. ., cji.le, croup, .laiuuin. pnotimo
nia," bronchitis, ripf,o ami all throii'
ami lunir ttoubl. s It prevents con
bumptlou. Copper Queen store.
"Ked" I'ipkiu furuulwd his bond i.
$2,500 yesterday but was not allowed tt
depart from tho jail. Sheriff Iliibbf.
arrested him at the request of author
ities of Graham county, Arizona, urn
want him on the charge of cattle theft
11 1 kin'B attorney, Hun, B. S. lloduj
will resist to the utmost the eenduu ot I
his client to Arizona Alhuquerqe Don
"I had flyspepsht fifty-seven yean
and never found permanent relief till 1
uied Kodor Dyspepsia Cure. Now I "
well mid feel like a new man," writ'"
S. J. Fleming, Murray, Neb. It in th
hi'dt digeatant kiiown. Cures all form
of indigi'Htron. Phyhici'ins eveiywha1"'
prmsribo-it. Copper Quoen store, t
I.uGrippe, with its after rffi'i-i, niinu
1 ! ii 11 v diMtroya iht.uonmU ot ieonle. 1
may U- quickly cnivd hy One Munit
Oongh Cuio tjio only ifinedv thtft pt--.'iii-t'i
immed.jie m-euIii in cough
i.ddi, croup, hioiichiiiH, pnctimoiihinni
iliioat and Imw troutdee. It will pta
vent column lit ion. Copper Qncfn Htor'.!
I It. 'F. GrHhiuii A Co. have just roceivt-r
j : carload of luritittiieoi all kindf. I'rncf
nuht; terms muy. Call and see thci
I cw jjocde.
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1 ilb. VV ecjv
The Furniture Room
until Christmas will be the storm center of interest.
Not that the holiday spirit, imbued,by holiday goods,
will be lacking throughout the rest of the store, but-ihe
Bolls, the Games, the Toijs, everything .that appepis'H
childish heartSf.will be in the Furniture Store. .
Boxes' and Cases are .being opened and their eon
tents made ready for you. The toy world grows apoUte,
but we shall have more to tell of this shortly.
For some reason or other the approach '
of Thanksgiving Day turns feminine
thoughts linenword. We are no better
prepared now than at any time, for we
endeavor to have our Btock always com
plete. However, this it an opportune
time to tell of Linens table linens "par
ticularly. Bleached Damask, 55 inches wide,
35 cents a yard.
Bleached Linen Damaak, -fir) inche
wide, id centt ix u.
rfleached arid Half Bleached Lino
Damask in Floral and Geometrical de
Mt?n, C5rent toJ$l a yard.
Two-exam pliw of superior quality
Damask, both bleached, full 72 inches
wide. One design is carnations strewn
on a finely dotted background; tbe
other l.uc ,..i.inea on n groundwork of
fine, satin finished dama.k, $1.25 and
$1.50 a yard respectively.
Linen Napkins from 75 cents "to $4.50
Tray Cloths, stamped or plain, hem
med or fringed, oval ehaped or square.
Doilies' of every sort and size.
No matter how cheap the skirt, un
less it hangs properly it is not worth the
price. This tells of skirts that have
that "hang" about them that marks
them correct. They are little priced,
loo. Three examples:
Black Brocaded Skirt $1.75
Black Woreted Serge, tight fit
ting across hips and back
plocket ateide 4.25
Gray Worsted Serge 4.50
In the bowls of which nro embossed
views typical of Bisbee, alsa "Bisbee,
nzoiia." Tlioy are ot sterling silver
iuJ come in two sizes tea and coff-e.
Neatlv packed, as we'll pack them for
vou, they'll be welcomed ai sourenin
by your far-away friends. $1.50 and 1
vhluk it is.- If will furui-li many a hint and a help to solvi
ng what to give. Christ'nAE is so near that perhaps a hiijt
or two will be welcome. For instance!
Rogers AA Silver Plated Tea Spoons $2 a doKi
Rogers A A Silver Plated Table Spoons.... 4 a dozes .
K dollar more on a dozen would be nearer i1e real value qf
Carviug Sets from $2 a set to $28 for a five-piece 8-r
oearl handle, with solid silver trimmings.
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PAJAHAS VS.NWttT SUUOJk.
The same .eld-etmigg3e the supplant
ing of the old by the new. Night shirts
hnye the advantage of seniority you'.'
always worn them, fqaaaaa miUAHm
tually win, however, 'because they are
eo much more comfortable, WbitafSke
conflict is on we ihow both kiWdi iai
partiallr. Night thirtB-ia Utttimaarf
Oating Flannel from 75 eeata a garataat
up. Pajamas in Mad ran, FlaaatUtfk
and Flannel, $2 to.$4 a suit.
MADE TO YOUR
There's a satisfaction mhanneclothes
made to jour particular anwuin and !
material toyoiirnarucularliking. Wkoa
tho lit is abslaelv guaranteed., b risk
on our pjirt w Ktterer, -and .the eianr
rials to choose from are prsc.iu.iiy ujv
hmitel, the etufaction ia cowpUUR.
1'he woolifti market refiecu thc-t-
eral prosperitr of the commercial worU
by an upward ..tendency jof pricsi tn4
scarcitr cf silVterial.
Wa started the tcai-with someSMJ
or raortr samples, but every day or so wj
receive a l:.it of "outs," vhieh legnonj
your ttusorliiicnt to select from.
It's overcoat weather now. Come,
look over the samuled and get prioej
any way :
Trohsen from fi.Ot
bu'uti'froiir. .... 14.M
.Oik.rciA fr)iv..,. 14.00
li yo'i'?' ri:-fid tirh reat,.y-niad4
rloviuni, ffj'r t '.' tlui comtti a
n.r.r bii-i? .,iWi- a .vtiy-mdde cloth
Men's Overcoats from 7.50 to 17.M
Bovs are well cared for, too. ' -
Reefer mid Box Qvorcoats from eitu
4 to 12 years.
Vf Htwp ami Kocft Suit to' lit bof f
4 to 13 ypara.
Three 'piece Slits, consisting of littta
vest,' knee pants and mannish l Mr
boys of V to.13 years. -M"
ia not tho $r
s;uc place yotx
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