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1 piuMuik.Muife MINING NOTES.
a I Local Brevities
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B. P. G-hflm is doing business at Naco
J. W. Taylor and ayKo, Chicago; are'
guests at Hotel Angius;
George T. Cline, of WoodbUrn, Ore
gon, has quarters at,tio Angiua.
A. H. qV1. ot NVC0- K circulating
among his pisbeo frlfcnds today.
sScott White ofth'e Groone Consoli
dated Coppov Mittes at Can'anea, is in
1 town. '
N.J. .Cook, r'opresehting tho Dalle-
maid compapj'ot Chicago, i.i, .vjsitipg
George Mitchell of the fQreene Con
solidated Copper company,, arrived n
The many frendsof Alissou Hpwe
will r?gret o loam 'hat tho young
, lady'ri,' condition. iYninpFOved.
' Otto Vjoix Kanel is in tho-City, of lex
. Ico, where he went several days ago to
' transact mlnng "business.
Pato Larson, an old time smelter man
with tlio tapper Queen company, vhas
" returned t'o BiBbee. fromGlbbe."
Sid Mullins returned from the Cant
aneaaybfltVirday wh'oro he has been re-
ItJiss Lillian Burr has accepted a po
sition at tho tolophono, headquarters,
wTinrn chn w 11 AVPntllAllV JOiirn tO S&V
tww !'-- " - -t r .
o are only oight jmticnts in tho
iv hosnital. all of whom are suf-
! feri'ng'from small contusions. There are
Alfred Nymanwears at smile, of con
tontrnVntt'ttts morning. Mrs. Nyman
prcsbn'tod.herWd wth. a,fino bpy'last
tS. Wf.Clawonj of Bisbeo and.Gprdon
McLean, 'of ''Moronoi who have been
t visiting Nacbs'ari' for r several dayspast,
are 'exriefcted to return'tombrrbw. '
VV:WoltT,a popular cleric in the,gro-.
eery Qopavtment of the Coppor .Queen
f atnrk oolc''hiB dena'rture this mornin &
.... Ji'i .,. ' .:.!.' V- ...Hi i
IOr JjOS rvut;uie, wutnu no nmiyiunju
The' Fashion saloon ovidontly be-
, llevos in' the admonition to lay by for a
' rain v ".da'v. ' ix 'carloads of wines,
? liquors aud clgara, wore stored in tho,
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, x asaion coiiar i.uuj.
Da'rf Barnosl a Vet9ran (of .the civil
war,1 aid 'a'n old sim'e' , miner in this
' camiY, wllVtakd 'his ttopflture tomorrow
, Xoraanta Monica,vwniner no goes
-' enter WSoYdlera', Homo.' '
MayOr O'Rellley was a . visitor t9
. Bisbe last vonjng. Hobrought with
'"" blm aJvery, tempting sample of 'garden
'' truck;gkrnreU yesterday from OVRelly
, parkJat -Nlico Johnny Twoomoy was
tr the reciplent'pfiic first crop grown in
t -Naco park1.
Julius'' GOldbaum.tho' cnterprjqiug
t liajuorj dialer of Tucson, arrived in Bis
Z Jbe&'yisterdh.y and is circulating, among
ira!l$osV o'f friopds. in the copper
camp. (,Mr.,.Goldbaum is one of the
f most suWantlalousinoss mon of tho
4 (old pueblo aniTmalntains his popularity
through the class of goods he handles
and the honorable mothods pursued
while' dealing with his numerous 911s-
P. S. Clark and A- B. Thomas, both
of Hardwick, Vermont, are sojourning
. in Bisbce. Mr. Thomas is secretary of
tho Vermont and Arizona Mining com
tenj! Vhoso properties are situated in
t'nV'Ira'fcooa'inonntains. and "where tho
two'gentlemon have b'oeii visiting for
the past several, days. They are thor
oughly convinced tho Vermont and
Arizona properties will develop into a
Dr, J. Zlmme.rjnan, the woll known
chiropodist of Tucson, is paying a pro
fessional visit to Bisboo and will re
main in camp aboutthroo or four days
He is likely to bo called to his home at
any moment. To those whq are suffer
ing with corns, bunions, ingrowing toe
nails or apy disease of tho feet would
do well to consult tho doctor at tho
Bcssmer house. Dr. Zimmerman has
had' an active experience of sixteen
years Iti1 his profession and stands
At ttio head throughout Amorica and
1 Bisuco isJknownfa and wide as tho
quietest) mining camp on tho Pacific
coast, a fubt that is due to the oftlcioncy
of the ottlcers and tho rapidity with
which tho1 court deals witH derelict's.
Wo had commenced an-articlo in praiso
6f this model camp thisfmorning, When
llomania Hernandez, througu Uio. as
sistance of Justice Williams and Data
Graham, broke into tho tanks. Ho had
looked upon tho vino when it was red,
and for having imbibed too freely the
court aHsessed hiiri $10, failing to pay
which Romania will assist in improv
ing tho county roads.
. To Whom it May Concern.
Bishek, Arizona, May 15, 1000.
All persons knowing therasolves to bo
indabtrd to mo will kindly call at tho
ofllco of William' H. Brophy, manager
of the storo of tho Coppor Queen Con.
Mining Co.,'und settle tho same Imme
diately, as all' accounts havo boon as
signed to him for collection, ant1 ho in
tho only porsdn logally authorised by
,ie to receive tho1 same.
(Signed) A.- Nyman.
A congress of mfning and metallurgy
will bo hold in Paris from Juno 18th to
23rd. Particulars may be had from tho
secrotary, Mons. Gruner 55 ruo do
Fourteon thousand five hundred dol
lars was paid into tho Arizona Central
Bank last woek, boing the last pay
ment on tho Ramrod and Gunbarrel
gold mines, belonging to Cook Bros. &
Blytho. -Frank Rockefellor and othors
were the purchasers. The mines are
well developed and tlio oro perfectly
free milling,' A mill will probably bo
ercctedi Kingman Wealth.
"Eastern' capitalists have their eyes
on tho Pearco mine, located at Pearee
station, sixteen miles south of Cochise,
Ariz.," said Colonel L. F. Wentermark
of Phoonix' ycitorday. "It is a good
property, which sold for $275,000 as a
prospect. One of tho'largest Interests
held in tho Pearco mine is Mr. R. A.
F. Penrose of ray town, who is a brothor
of Senator Boise Penrose Of Pennsyl
vania, and who is ' prominently spokej
oi as a repuuiiuuu ummiuqbu iui ww
gate from Arizoha. The information
is that two experts', who have been at
thVmino for tho past two weeks, rep
resent eastern capitalists, and the story
'goes, intend to' purchase. " rji raso
During the period of sixty days of
advertising the .application-' for a
patent which follows tho approval of
the surv.oy of a mining claim, any one
bolievlng that ho has a bettor title to
ttho'ground than tho applicant nuy
bring an adverse suit against the claim
ant by filing adveiso papers in tho U..
S. Land Ofllco for the district In
which 'tho survey is located. One of
the essential things Jn such a suit is an
adverse plat, Vhlch must be made by a
United States deputy mineral surveyor.
It must bo made from an actual sur-
Vey on tho ground, and so certified to
by him. -..Tho survey must describe tho
conflict said'' to exist, and must bo
a description-, by metes and bounds,
and .the area, of tho conflict must- be
itated. The 'calculations are mado In
exactly tho same way as If for patent.
"'The; officers of tho Shannon Copper
cbmpauy'haVe sent out a report on tho
progress of development of the Shan-'
non mine to' the stockholders , of the
company, and in that report recom
mended that the capital stock bo in
creased 100,000 shares. A( meeting of
the. stockholders will bo held in Now
Vorkon the" 16th inst. when the pro
position of increasing tho stockwill bo
considered. Concluding, tho report
Veads: Taking everything into con
sfdo'ratlon. tho mine has so far devel-
opeu ueyuuu our i ujiauunuiu cajtoiwi.-
tidns, and we can, see no reason why,
with the proper facilities for handling
afid treating the ore, such as is con
templated, we should not havo a largo
and profitable 'property. "Tho ore
bodies now being explored seem to fully
warrant the erection of a larger and
more expensive plapt than was origin
ally planned, and in order to provido
tho necessary funds for these larger
works, tho increase of tho capital stock
of tho company is recommended."
Thomas Mitchell, who lived in Tomb
stone twelvo years ago, and for the past
few years a resident of Denver, has re
turned to Arizona and become the part
ner of Col. Wm. Herring, says the Star,
represents at least a dozen corporations,
enough to take up tho time of two ca
pable and energetic attorneys,
The Jerome Reporter has a $5,000
libel suit on its hands. The alleged
libelous ar.ticlo was published last May.
David Connors is "co-rosppndont" in
tho case, tho objectionablo article hav
ing been written by him and published
in the Roporter as a communication.
Tho Reporter editor says ho will prove
all that was said in tho article.
All persons knowing themselves to bo
indebted to Preston Fletcher, tho former
proprietor of tho Queen Restaurant, are
hereby requested to call at my ofllco im
mediately and settle smch accounts, the
same having been assigned to mo for
collection, with instructions to take im
mediate action in the premises
S. K. Williams,
Aro grand, but skin eruption rob life
ol joy. uucKum's Arnica saiv. "ures
them; also old, r minim; and fever scfr t,
ulcers, boils, iolons, coma, wurta, cutb,
bruises, burns, senilis, chapped hands,
chilblains. Best pile euro on earth.
Drives out pains and aches. Only 25
cts. a box. Cure imaranteud. Sold by
Copper Queoti ttoro aim Hisbao Dm
Moki Tea positively cures sick head
ache, indige&tion 'and constipation. A
delightful herb drink. Roiuovob all
eruptions of tho eWn, producing a per
fect complexion, or money refunded. 25
its. and 50 cts. For sale at Bieboo
Shows the state of your feelings and
tho stato ol your lioaltli aa well. Ini
purb" blood'makoB (itself apparent in a
pale and sallow c6mploxion, Pimples
and Skih'Erupions. If ;you aro feeling
weak and worn out and do not havo a
healthy appearance you should try !
Acktre' KlooJ Eiixir. It cures all
mocu aieuati-s where onoap Baieapar
bias and so called puriiiors fail; kr.cn
ing UiIb wo sell ovory bottle on a pos
itive guarantee. Foresaid at ilisbee
lirug Store. . '
ti. r...i..t (m(,:n:nn n( i,n intii !
lilt; U l can.su uuuimjiauun ui mi um
Oommenoing on Monday, May 21st,
and running one week with a Saturday
matinee, there will appear at tho Bis
boe Opera House, a combination of
medical "talent and a good vaudlvillo
show. Thq object of this company is to
advertiso tho virtues of that famous
drug, "Chaulmoogra," which Is con
sidered to bo the only cure for rheuma
tism and kindred ailments.
In regard to the performance, which
will bo. given, tho public aro assured
that ttiey will witness some of the
cleverest vaudlvillo turns over pre
sentedeach and ovory one well worth
tho price of admission. Patients will
bo treated through correspondence and
will be given u written guaranty that
their money will bo refunded if the
treatment is not satisfactory. Remem
ber Monday night, May 21. Admis
sion 10, 25 and 50 cents. Reserved
seats on sale at Bisboo Drug Store.
Ladies free on Monday night only.
Go and see the musical team, Messrs.
Elener and Keenan, who will intro
duce tho latest novelties in musical
instrumonts. Monday night at the
In tlio Point' of Rocks neighborhood
a few1 days ago, J. 11. Morris killed a
genuine monkey-faced owl, said to bo
the only ono over killed in this section.
Tho bird is very .handsomely marked
and is a curiosity. Prescott Courier.
Tho Prospector publishes some very
interesting extracts from letters from
(Mr. Wm. Nash, first editor of the Pros
poctor, who also ran a paper at Benson
in the early days. Mr.. Nash is now at
Haines, Alaska, where he is doing very
well, having some valuable mining
Recently two or three JoromO ladies
interested in church work in Jeromo
addressed a letter to Miss Helen Gould,
requesting aid to carry on -work in
which they wero interested. Miss Gould
replied that her means would not per
mit her to assist all of those asking her
aid. An explanatory printed list of re
quests made was inclosed in tho reply,
which gives tho startling total of 1303
between tho dates of January 15 and
W. W. Mahew, Merton, Wis: "I con
sider Ono Minute Cough Cure a most
wonderful medicine, quick and eafe."
It Is the dnly harmless remedy ihat
gives immediate results. It cures
conghs, colds, crotips bronchitis, grippe,
whooping cough, pneumon'a and all
throat and lung diseases. Its early ueo
prevents consumption. Children always
ike it and mothers endorse it. Copper
Queen store aud Bisbeo Drug Co.
Open Day and IMil
Short Orders a Specialty
Meals at ASS Hours . . .
L Carretto & Co., Prr.pietorrs.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
OTTQ GEISENHOFER, Prop.
Cheap CASH Store.
Choice Fumlly Grocorlos, Ft esh Fruits of
all kinds rooolved dullv. Wines. Liiiiiors,
Clears and Tabacoob, Goods dulhere.l free.
itxEimsovicix &; Note's
It is very unusual for a regular physician of good reputation to publicly
endorse a proprietary remedy. Wo have often heard of cases where doctors
have secretly prescribed Acker's English Remedy, but it is most gratifymg to
receive the following voluntary letter
from C. F. Smith, M. D., tho most
successful physician of Olean, N. Y.:
"Messrs. V. H. Hooker & Co.,
New York City: I wish to odd my
professional testimony to the valuo
of your English preparation known
as Acker's English Remedy for Asth
ma, etc. In several instances, after!
have tried my utmost to give even
relief, I havo prescribed yourremedy,
and it has acted almost like a miracle,
not only relieving, but permanently
curing every one of the patients. I en
dorse the preparation as one of the
most valuable additions to tho prac
tice of medicine."
Such a frank endorsement as the
above is phenomenal. Coming iron:
so distinguished a member of the
medical profession, it carries with it
on assurance which the public will be
sure to avail themselves of. It isrec
ommendations like this which make
it possible to give the broad guaran
tee that is a part of every sale of Ack
nr'K Kturlish ltcmedv for Couerhs.
Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption. It must either do all that,Is
claimed for it, or your money will be refunded. Do you know of any other
medicine sold on those terms? Do you know of any other medicines which
prominent doctors regularly prescribe in their own practice as being better v!;n
prescriptions they write themselves ? These facts are well worth considering.
They are of especial interest to those with soro throats and weak lungs.
Sold at t5C, 50c and $i a bottle, throughout the United states and Cnnnda : nnd In Eng
land, fit is. ad., ss. 3d , 48. Cd. If you aro not satisfied after buying, return the bottle to your
cmiECiat, anu got your money uncle,
TH; authorize the aloi e guarantee,
Mtiiiiiiiii --m--rmn-m-ir t 1 ttt 'inrTir-n rrTm inn rm-i nrniT"n rn ti
"Chaulmoogra" Monday Night
Bishes Opera House.
Tho medical company which will ex
hibit next Monday night at the Bisbee
Opera nouse, havo among their collec
tion of views Pome very lino steroopti
con plates of tho English-Boer war with
lecture. Tho first Issued. Also a num
ber of moving pictures and illustrated
songs. The mnslcal sketches aro up to
Mr. Charles Douglas, of Brookline,
has been awarded tho contract for sup
plying tho San Carlos agency with
beef. Tho contract calls for moro than
a million and a half pounds of meat
during the coming fiscal year and is ono
of tho largest beef contracts that has
ovor been awarded in tho territory.
J. E. Brown & Co., Props,
Full Assortment of
AND flNE CIGARS
Main, Street, opp. Can Caii
Open Day and Night
Short Orders a Specialty
Meals served, to families
Whitehead & Marchell, Proprietors.
O. K. St., Bisbee.
Agent for California Star Winery
3 four-room houses, new, $15 each.
FOR SALE 2 San Jose pumps.
1 Benicia horse-power.
Bisbee Re.il Estate Co.,
E. B. flASON, Manager.
Schmieding'a Jeweliy Store.
II I u
MRS. M. BLEWETT, Proprlcfor.
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS
For Ladles and Gentlemen.
I Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods I
Ladies' Ready Made Skirts I
Complete Lino of Millinery I
RUIN ST., TWO DOORS ABOVE POST 0FTTCE
Barney's Place, Main St.
Ladicss' and Gents'
furnishing Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Etc.
Baggage and Express
Handled With Care.
Loao orders with SK Williams. Tel. No.'7
UOOS;v:i i CO., Vropriclon, Xcw York.
BY THE BISBEE DRUG COMPANY.
Not a toy, but a real Buffalo Electric Camera. Size of picture 2x2J.
Wo eecuroJ tho agency for these oods for Southern Arizona, and in
order fo introduce them havo decidel to give
r. 1VT W 'TTTTUr T with every $10 purchase, ,or with ,ten premiuni
flHUsH rlrr tickets. JJvery dollar's worth e. uoods pur
KS l Jl JLJL-f A- chased of us entitles yo to a premium ticket.
Aftor vou have secured ten of thee theventitle you to ai.Buffalo Electric Cam
era. Vo have only a limited number on .hand and advise you to eecure one bo
f.ro the supply is exhausted.
WaplL Skirts, Duck' and Pique Suits just aved. The yrettiest.aud cheap
est to be found anywhere. Mexican Carved Lqatlier B.eJts at legs than others
can buy them. We are importers ol these goods. TIijs accounjs.or the, low
Directors: ---------. Officers:
BEN. WILLIAA1S, '
J. S. DOUGLASS,
J. B. ANGIUS, w- BROPHY.... l?side,t
W. H. BROPHY, J. S. DOUGLASS Vice President
n. J. CUNNINOHAM. ' Al. J. CUNNINOHAn.....' Cshler
Foreign Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers to all Parts of the world.
Accounts, of Individuals, Firms and Corporations solicited. "Matters 'entru3tl'
to our care will receive prompt attention. Mexican Money bought and bold.
Agency for New Zealand Fire Insurance Company. '
W. C. READ
Goehise Lumber Go.
Puget Sound Pine
LATHS, SHINGLES, SHAKES, Wl'QULCMNGS. WINDOWS
DOORS' AND'" ill Work. -
P.O: Address, Bisbee, Arizona. " Nacp, COCJlIse Co, KXTki
Malachite Cigar Store,
Candies and Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco
:-: A SPECIALTY. :-:
4-11-44 MAIN Street.
DAN HANKINS : : : Proprietor
Ait Eye lor Style
"Where aro you colusr my pret
'I co.promenndlncsir ' tho ftla.
"Cuti I jro with yon, my pretty
"Did Champntrne irmlio your
The Big Brick on the corner
of Congress and Court streets.
First Class Wines, Lips, Ciprs
Always on hand.
LARGEST IN THE SOUTHWEST
TUCSON - - - ARIZONA
ftlcais 25c and lip
Cooking that gives an appetite.
Behr.ends & Markey
Opposite Round Hoicbh.
Hole in the Wall JtwtlsnIvllE
C. M. Henkcl, Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Main Street, Bisbee.
NACO LUMBER YARD
Koeps alwnj s on hand a (.elected stock of
Lumber, Loors.Sasli, Mouldings and bnlld
iiiffMuterluls. Naco, Arizona.
O. K. MARKET
FIRST CLASS PHOENIX BEEF,
Mutton, Pork and Veal. Sausago, for
eign and domebtic, constantly on hand.
0. K. STKCET.'OFP.-CARRETTO'SJ
A. BAUER Proprietor
IJXilOlAlS'H STATI N15Y CO.
EvcryililiiR: for the Ofllce.
Ulnnk books. Typewriter StippMct., Ofllco
Fuinlturo, Itubbor Stumps und Souls, Sport
ing Goods, Cloth nnd Potior Novels, School
boolci mid Supplies l'luo Stationery, En
enned Yisitlnx' Cnrd. Afruuuy foi-Stundard
Vuttornf. Mull orders llllod tho duy ra
oalved. CURRY & CO.
Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries,
HftrdA'nrc, Boots nnd Shoos,
l'urchflBinp; and lrorvardin;ttV;onte.
Custom House Brokers.
L. L. KRALLMAN
Carpenter and Builder
rn 1 n iff
LUMBER FURNISHED IN"
CARL0AD3 OR CARGOES
Best of Wines, Liquor
. : -j
Mobile & Twomey, Proprietors.
Main St ,
& WHITE, $$
BEER ON TAP,
Your Patronage Solicited.
Main Street, (can can buildixq.
: SOLICITED, r
GEO, DUNN, Proprietor.
Bisbeers Favorite Resort
LETS0N & WHALEY, Proprietors.
BEER and CIGARS
Main Street, Bisbee, Arizona.
Ghris Finlayson, Prop.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Your patronage solicited.
Main Street, Bisbee, Ariz.
Wines, Liquors nnd Cigar.
D. M. Vucuvlch, Brewerv Avenue.
CUSTOM 1 fflUHL
lln ne n Stnmp Mill at Sicnal Hill,
Diasoou Mouutultik, custom tiork
is bolloitcd nt t ho rote of $ J a, ton .
Apply at N. Angius Store, Blsb