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BISSEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 12, 1809
fj Santa laus
TIU A Tl ATT A D TI? D O "!'Hi
5anti Claus has
nCvkii m Clnia Ashis. headquarters -for 189.
. 'J"aVfi.ll WWI fc-'tvi v There ,au bo found all the pres
ents forth little unon, as well as the hi folk?.
NW3rjWAftUNiANC cnm-prlsing- dresul rl undrctsed dolls, horswi,
Maoris, Oar ta, and everything else to mdke ttm littlo hearts gUd.-
ANCY WORK, COOKS, CELLULOID CASE 5. mufflers, silk "and linen
nEXICAN DRAWN WORK. and other uselul aa wall as ornamental articles
for' the iritown niwmln.
..W'tm Claus iuviUs f ou all to come and we
SURE CUR FOR CROUP.
Near the Floodgate
Twtaty.fi SarV Cpastant Use
Without a Failure.
The first indication of croup is hoarse
ness, and in a child subject to thut dirf
ease it may be taken ai-apixnof the ap
proach of anlittack. Following this
Hoarseness 8.;peculiar rough cough. If
Chamberlain's .Uough Rejpedy is given
as eoon as the child becpoe hoarse, or
even after the e'roupy Ic'ough' appears,
it will prevent the attack, It is used in
many thousands of homes Jr. thh broad
larjd and never disappoint the anxious
iothes. We -Jtaveyet to Jeuru f n
ainglw IfistUnCftv m'hlf t Jmjs. not
prorod"$ffeetuau i-NoJiyi preparation
can show such s rwordilwentyfiYe
earu' constant uao without a failure.
For calo br all druugtsU. D
1 1" ' ' ' s
- i .'
llok iTca poaitiv&ly cures sicV head.
aehe, indigestion and constipation. A
delightful, herb drink, ltemorea all
ruptieua of the skin, producing a per
fect complexion, or money refunded. 25
cts. and 50 etc. Far bnlo at liisbee
Interesting Item Cullel iron
, 4 i- 1C
Kefcps on hand & 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.
'm?H mmi ana mtm
ARfc?.s. IIB M1W BV5I flllilli.SI&PJ
wviww M 5'B'l:IV,
Furniture, Baggage, Freiglifc ttd
Express Delivered FrcsiEptly
Shows thestate of :your ieol'ngs. and
he state ot your hualtl. as well. Im
pure blood makes itwlf apparent in1 a
palaand sallow complexion, Pimples
and Skirt Erupions. If you are feeling
weak and worn out and do not have
healthy appearance you should try
Acker's Blood Elixir. It cures all
lood dtKoacea where cheap Sarsapar-
llas and so called purine fail ; know
ing this we e!s every bottle ou n pos
itive guarantee. For sale at Binbee
Drug 8 tor.
Claims for breakage, or atyrfaiiuro to rotutlyaitqnd orders
&., ' -wiirbevquickiy-and fully4aid,. . ...
" Office at Floodgate oa Main Street.
Orders left with the Clerk will receive Prompt Attention.!
"W.. 3S. 33xoo3o. - - - Ivr-
1 ". J
i -it ,s
Bistjee Transfer Company,
Freight, Baggage and Express delivered
to any part of th.e.City.
Prompt Service sto! Quick delivery.
KINNEY BROS, Proprietor.
'Fresh Beef, Mutton, Pork,' Veal, Sausas Etc
Choice Cuts 'of .sMeat.flonly.
Freshi Brcacl Daily;
& GoQdrDslivered Free to Alii?iits,of the Tovd.
SJnpcr Jtfioln t. BJtrtrec.
REU ABLE WORK , AT n.ODBRATB PR4CES.
Mining pfQjif.ixijii fUc-"l c, -.tinission. Mini', exainh'I
an-) raporiii:-fSSl1 (Jorro.pri litlo solfcitei. All work
prornptly attsaslsd to.
I. P, VVJOOD, Li-enainoa Ctreet, Tucson, Arizona.
FerMrtly f C6ua W6,i,.-Dopyar. Coli.
I To, Whom It May Concern!
Notice is hereby given that on the
Htli day of November, 1699,-the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Co
bra Grande Copper Company, for tlfe
election, of Directors, was held in the.
office of said company in Phosnis.A.
T., and that at such election tho follow-
!ltsg tiamed persona wVri elected Dsrect-
orsof said compftiKv, rix. : E. B. '.aftn,
J. Ilwtiry Wtmti, Aieii.) Mi'lartj W.M.
Adsnmxr.r'oii. 'i;w(e;ttiat ins'iii .: ;.!(
ly upon the adjournment of said ptock
holders' nieetiti, at the time And placf
mentioned, tnriMini? of tho Directors
was held in the cHi'-.e of said compnoy
for tho purpoiv of cirrnimation, and thut
at surh lucfiiiu; l!i fullowinz named
officers er -tkc.K-d by the Board of
Directors, vio.: K. B. iage, Pr-nident;
Aurelio iicif,..-?j, Vice Pretidnt; J.
Henry Wovtl. , vi-y and Treunnrer;
Coo. O'K-X'V.'ii'iiitendcnt; mid that
the said Hw,:u o directors of tf com
pany are tj. only iiaally-lectt'd, quali
fied and "aeti'tf Houl of Directors nd
Kotit'.c1r!'t given -that on lis J5:h
day of. November, 1899, an injunt-.tion
.order -was itu'd out of the District
Court of"Maiicopa county, Ariconn,
apou tho order of Webster Street, jnde
ol taid.'coni t and Chtel Justice of the
Territory;of Arizona, in the cause enti
tled The Territory of Arison.ion com
plaiiflTof. C. Y. Ainsworth, Atlornp.r
Genetj.l, on relation of K. B. Gas", J.
Henry Wood, Con. O'Kcctf, Vurnlio
Melgari'jo alid . "M. Adamson ta. .Wil
liam C. Greone, George Mitchell, Genrpe
A. TreHdnell, Scott White siid Win
Wylie, V)j which injunction ordr tha
ssid Greene, Mitchell, Trradwei;, Thitc
and Wvlie were restrained fiow aciine
as ciul'hfddiiiK themrelveii out to 1e thf
directo'rsror.ofiicors of tlwCobre (i,rsiid
Copper Com t, any, and hum ia any m&it
iitrr interU-i iDg .wit!) or citempltrs to
iiitrrfr)- with.tho ('hi erty nd iMei'.tc
of cid'-ci Mjvrtnv, ni'd from cxerciMi.v:
ol attelr-piuij; io fXtf'fifr. ftr.y of Hr
Tiyjm m, , i.cbi'-'-r, fiT.il IfOiii ltiior
f6riris uti vhe tvtc vui ioin i E. fl
Oftift, 'J, (iVu'V nnl. Con. (i'Krfi-,
I'A'ifrrHi .Mettn'ji ai'cl1 YT. M. Aflrimsn,
or et'.rnr ".flin?(. t,( them, a .nrrctors
in4'wAvr.tn ofsaid oonip'rtii., or it. i!ie
ezorci'tof tha iik-tiia and fiaiicllM'Aof
Mid 'i,H'.jiny onui iist further ordnr of
cgwaiiwwi rw Tmxm&xMax.Tcxx.
im R Trotter,
United States Deputy Minsr-.l Surveyor riiJ Civil Engineer
v JPURVPYINQ J.V a-..?.
I,': ' 'iImcc BMtlClirt'
.. .'jcnur j'.x v kxSmXzJZZI
0 Acayisrg nt Cntrit l?tflce.
'r fw. f vw wtf"fy . wtiijj
Saturday afternoon tho north wall of
Pima fc Pursley's flonr warehouse caved
out, dumping several thousand pounds
of flour into the street. The accident
was caused by insufficient braces under;
the the flooring joitt.-Bul!etin.
George Noland, dockland, O., eayp:.
"Mir ilu t.n.l ...I.., .-... n.n I.h
"J iil. uuii (Hlg UiJ junto. JLVT-
Witt's Witch HaBel Halve cure4 her. J.t
is the best salvo in America." i heajs
ovorr thing and cures all si in diseases.
Copper Queen storo. t
Jtmmio Stevbns, of Sap Carlos, was
hero on Tuesday. .Ho haH.juat.retiirnod
.from ITS. court, at Florence where ho
was t interpreter tu tno lnclinn cases.
Jimmie has abandoned his trip to the
Paris exposition. The Apaches will go
in charge of some other person. Bulle
tin. Dr. W. Wiron.ltaty .HilL N. T., 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 oomjrhs, colds, tlrroat and lung trou
bles. Copper Queen store. t
An Associated Press dispatch announ
ces that Frank Doan has been appoint
ed engineer of the Fort Mob'ave Indian
school. It cannot be our Frank, for he
now has a much more lucrative position
with the Fortuna Mining company, and
next year intends entering the Stanford
Un i versity. Florence Tribune.
"I wouldn't be ..without 3eWitt
Witch Hazel Salve 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.
J. D. Thomas, of Florence, who was
one of the victims of the Phoenix carni
val fake, returned Thursday. He says,
the afiair was a hold-up of the worst
description, and the disgraceful methods
adopted to' rob visitors was something
to cause even Phoenix merchants ta
blush. Tribune. y
Dr. II. IT. rlbden, Summit altbama,
."ftvn: "1 thirfk ,puL.Dra - : '
i a Hi iTi't'.-' medicine. I
fid my corir.jeucojr. it jcr
tinued use." It d-tc wl . ..
niul quickly cures dvspepsi .. i
VjeHtion. Copper CJueou etor
irM i d i
I ltlf? I
. v ..
There is a holiday aspect about the Horn now. 2e
Toys, &ncL the counters tend tables full of goods, herald
the approach of Christmas as surely as. if there were
no calendars. The toy store is perhaps the most inter
esting spot, at least to. the tnindof every little child, and-
undoubtedly every little child's parent. , There are dolls
that are almost human, with real hair and eyes that
open and close; steam engines that run with a puff'4
puff ! just like big engines; toys that do all sorts of an
tics by simply winding up; toy guns, swords and equip
ment for the martial-spirited boyf trains of cars, wagon
and all sorts of things to go by pulling or pushing,
Noah in his ark never had such animals at you'll find
here in maTfie-believe. There's an almost inSseribabl
array nf lUtlethinjg.yhjj.tjnJhejshifdishheatihouLMi
and wonderful. Come and bring J;he childrah. Let
them drop a letter in Santa laus' mail box (in thm :
sex 9 C 0i HC
tt flrtificlall y 4ltatr. Mi fw tad tisb
IfoUrc. lu ukeryctkOEloft end reoi
cfcratrticjrth OKiiufiM lrt) &"
BHtt.ni; xauw. F.n cnBr jBfojnnnu j .niou kj ntj rrauiv. ttf trill p
e.onVj riviss.fia' DiraBfittMpjw
Il'qlf. JncJlfff.-'tsieo, I?Tiw
I71rtulcaea, Sour Ct5cb, HEtt.
cJi oihef cc:vv6 ot iniwrf cSMittctlta.
Wyalt Earp, Tho mada a lasting rec
ord in Arizona during the early 80's, has
arrived in Eec.ttle from Nome City,
where he liao been showered with pros
perity through the medium of a combi
nation business house salooo, gam
bling and hotel. He hue started a sim
iiHrnterprio in Seattle. Ex.
You nevwr know what form of blood
potion will follow constip'ation. Keep
tit liver cl.eanlby atina De Witt's Littlo
K:ly Hifiers finfl vo will avoid trouble.
Thy are famous little pills for constipa
tion and liver and bowel troubles. Cop
ter Queen siore. J
Richard Welch, who is developing a
Kroup.of claims on Pinto Creek, two
miles from Pinal ranch, has recently
made a strike o'f curbonate and sulphur
ei O'x-s. He now has about eight tons
of ore out and is preparing to make a
shipment to the fc'ilver City reduction
works. The ore averages 45 per cent
copper and 6 onncs silver. Silver Belt'.
"J. D. Bridges, editor Democrat, Lan
rahtsr, N.H., aj: "One Minute Cough
Cure is thtbest remedy for croup I ever
ncd. Immediately relievesj.and cures
ciiiigh?,' colds. croup, f.sthraa. pneurao
nin, bronchitis, Ktippo and all throat
M.d lurj trouble. It prevents ron
Mimplion. Copper Queen ttore.
'f I, pie.iiVjrnt tfi his t)ieeni;o to con
'n4 raid : '.'fr Sttaoi'ton of con'Ogt
tu raurtl lu Mcil-l lluit tliG fj:Pl r-KeiH-s
uf Cal:fornii. Arixotia mid N'm
.Mexico hve Lcci; conxidrubly enlarged
that the subject of irrigation which is oi
vu:.l'liii)orttiKcc is being carefully stud
iwl, etcpoib'finjj taken to reclaimiarici
and Abattdcned Unds." "
"1 bed djiptpm fifty-seven yearV
nd never found remanent tfeliof till. 1
iisrf Kodol Dyspf (ist Cfirt. Row I am
weil Td -f"i l:l t. new idsn," write
H. J. Piwiiiinc Murray, Keb. It is tlu
brst dig(ir.tnni fcuown. X3uies ell formr
if.inriijjpsttnfc. Lrbfciciant BVorychr-
prefeibo if. tJcf.r Qusn ttora. 4--
f,4-ip. iUv iw sf-f uttoaxi, &
1 iy 'U'.trV' (ir.du-.-imta of (Sjle. i
iwiij; if q;i' fel.fviBi.! s; Dm ,Mmi'
Cout. Cura, l oa!y raf'dv.lhai jr.v
iiii-V-h smuvtiifrtA rBlt . ia r.ouchs.
Coid, cuoud, h -nef.m, baciiaionia ami
POR MEN , 1
"What to giro, .that's the question. It
'houldn't b'a so-hard Vo decide..
There's NrcPkfvrcar, hot tho usual
hristmas, hand-painted eort that men
i iank you for and never wear, bntNeck
wenr in patterns and colorings and
shapes, all in good taste. Ju;t a little
finer in quality, perhaps.
Suspenders, of silk or satin, some em
broidered with flcur de lis and other
designs; white kid ends and sterling
silver or cold plated buckles, neatly
boxed. These are not the usual gift
suHpenders, but are strictly high grade;
1.75 to $3:50.
FANCY VESTS. You've likely, not
thought of these as a preeent, but they
are none the le. acceptable. MGn's CUTLERY AN D KTED WARS
clothing at its joyest is sombre enough. Tt,..uch s fi'tunai tmrchaso we n
Fashion now sanctidns a touch of color' . ,., to .,, r,ia,r, , , .,.tf,.i ,,.,
at $3 r..l $ A :tr, cm th tea and s-
STfc'RLINa J5ILVER NOVELTIE''
Nail flies, paper cutters, sealr, blot
ters, ink' stands; , cutiele knives, kat
bruahew, whiik brooms, tooth-fcruslrav-
tooth-brush holders, trail pofiskeri, 00M
Hair. miliUrv, nail, eltth and Vaby
bruGlies, with ebon; backs, nsounteS
with Bturling silver.
Ebony, imitation shell and ivery
combs mounted with sterling silver)!
A hwl of littla thiwr, inoieasir,
but thoroughlr appropriate. It's Mff.
prisintt what b Poller will do in this
in Fancy Vests; $i each.
Tek Fancy Shirts, 3 sait of Pxjamas,
a Mackintoah or Umbrella. There's no
end of things' in our Men's Furnuhing
Stack-that will wiae appropriate pres
ents for t4efallKir . th brother of
CALENDARS FOR 1 900
Pleasant reminders of Time's flight.
Dainty, artistic little affairs, tied ith
silk cord or ribbon; 36 cent tp,(1.'4lt's1
tho thought, not the amtmur, that
counia in giving.
bio nca respeftrrdty. We've' usually
gotten a dollar more a dosen for thei .
An elnbomte fiw-pleeeset, parl Ur.
dlo, with Rolid tilvr tiimmingH, nt
J28. A good, serviceable set for $3.
Plenty at orices between these extreme.
Pocket knives an " assortment UuC
eom prints knives for every aeed.
Ail x t-he hardware (tnntcr.
In Yotfr List of t What to OV:
Have Yoii Included Furniu
. . ,
Tlir Ayord FWnilurc is so spt to sivgge "
expensive pieces that 3'ou've probably over'
r . . ?
bilitieS'ofvJfitr'niturelin getting you out of the quandary" of
"what to"give.M A Morris chair, dressing tablc,small cas
ter table, a rocker, f?incy niirror. To Lhb hi.it caotih ?
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