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COgniKH LtEVllfiW: TUESOAV EVENING, JULV IT, J 000
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J MAIN STRKUT
Imported Liquors and Cigars
J.'K. bKOW.N X CO., PKOI'S
FULL ASSORTMENT OF..'..
MAIN ST., OPPOSITE CAN-CAN. 3.
Qamittger Bros. $ ttlftHe
A PLKA9ANT RESORT I
BEER ALWAYS ON TAV
UCMB,Hlng Main Street
Harris & Greener
DE1LKR3 IN WlNC?, LlQCOBS AND '
)U)i StrWt OppoaUe IMibliorLAbrnry
Directly on the rcudlo Naco
Wines, Llquor3 and Cigars
Your fatronage soncuea.
CHARLES HULL, PROPRIETOR)?.
: j m
Beer Gardens K market
On ttdlo below town in the Cool
Cottonwoods. Call onae andtou
will ttlwa) come asaln,
IETS0N & MAitf, Propriitor.
BEER and CIGARS
Sportsmen's Resort. '
., Mala Street, Bisbee, Arizona.
Oa Oraucht Connantlv on Hand,
Flut Imported and DoinvHttu
Wines, Mquor? and ClRars
Your pfttronatf fvpeouth oJinttPl
Brewery Axeime HUiiee Arlzonn.
,'; Miner's Saloon
Wlnei. liquor 3 arid Clgiu
I. Mi Vucuvicti, Brewery Ayenue. '
St Louis Beer. Hail
L. C, Shattuck, Prop.
Fintit Brand of
" WiNES, LIQUORS
AND CIGARS . . ..
4f &t for Anheujtr-Buioh
(TtoUtat uud Retail
.a"3 furnishing Goods
? vw. - & v?
J BISBEE DRUG GO.
Paints, Oils and
Latest Debteiiri in Wnllpapor
Cnmtias, Kodaks uud Supplies
Hnvo Yon Tried Our
IGE CREAM SODA
Oi Oiii raiu-j Coal JlrliiKs?
Open Day ahtl' Nijyht ;'
Short Orders a Specialty.
Meals served to families
flain Street . v
Whitehead & Marchell, Proprietors,
Res ta ;u rant
CAKES and PIES
IVesh Ranch butter
and EgK a .Specialty.
Hivwery Ave., above Jake Smith's
UNION MEAT MARKETf
flv . .
nu.. Drrvcn i
$ 'L J. OVERLOCK. PropreCr
2J PHOEXIX BEEF.Veal, Mutton, Porli
V; liidd unti'sautage oi au kicus
BREAD, PIES AND CAKES
On hand or to order. VeJdlng Cakes
BREWERY AVENUE, BISBEE
FIRST CLASS PHOEtfiX BEEF,
Mutton, Pork and Veal. Sausage, for
eign and domestic, constantly on hand.
0. K. STREET, 0PP. CARRETTO'S
A. B ATJBR . . . Proprietor
I ICE CREAM PARLORS
I C3 ,Brewery Avenue
.llhp.rAI IFAHIIIA KliniFT
'K.RNNRY BROS.7 Prop?.
.'..' ., ... .
Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Veal, Sausane, Etc
; Ohqice cuts of mc-at only.
Ooodidellwred'ft'eeto all imrtiof the town i
- Upper Main St., Bislbee ;
The Jersey Dairy
A.- W 'STIiUHM. Prop
Pure, Ft eahMllU" delivered to all parti of
. ike oltv everv evenln?'. T'nin Crrnm
or sritnll quantities. The only dnlrv in Bis
bee having: blooded cows! Satisfaction tfiiar-
antesd, LenvnoidciH tit tlieSti ilium Itourd
, Inff Homo
Ttw I.' riaii Drni,
f Oilirti nnd worlu, Tomlittonetnid llliiliee.
.Soda Water, Snrsnpnrllla, Ginger A e, (Etc.
uruurs jroui uiironu will ici'oiih iiruinpi hi
Mention. Ordor lor the pltl of BI.Iipo will
tiw-ilpllvijrfd tri'tj without (Iplft), ranui) or.
Ftitnatf ot fhilldiupi
"amCEl J, H.JACK lUMBERCOMPANf
, Bisfcee Assay Office
All Wcrk Guurantesit
i Or Money Refunded
Office, Xoh Hill
Atf. TELLMAN - - - Proprietor
BISBEE CASH IBD1T STOBE
Ice Cream and Soda Water .
Street Cream, Confections, etc. Ice
Gfco. DorHiiiger, Prop".
I " " t
ntnnnn, Mf A UfAmfl
U$ Im jS2S5
n. iilT WSf
Si-KCialticu in l'rcncli Good.,
.inJ a L.iiyc As.wrtmt.nt oi
J. C. RAUB,
Main St., above
REPAIRS AND RENTS
Novcltv Works. Key
Fitting a Specialty.
Onus Locks, U'cv-
cles and Sewing1 Machines Repaired.
Kamblcr lucycles for bale.
os tj 2A?? iJiTjyi?? t
Of ALL KIND"?
Developing and Printing
At lowest i at en
C. P. Hart'& Co.
Copper Queen Phuriuac).
j5 B. ANGIUS & C08
Main Street - - Bisuee, Arizona
MRS. M. BIEWOT, Proprietor.
BOOTS, SHOES AND SUPPERS
For Ladles and Gentlemen.
1 Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Ladies' Be"Bdy Made Skirts
Complete Line of Millinery
MAIS ST., TWO DOORS ABOVt POST OFFICE
Plant situated in
Upper Mule Gulch.
City Office, Wallace Building.
Cheap CASH Store.
Choice Family Groceries. Fresh TruUs of
all kinds received daily Wines, Liquois,
Clears and Tobacco;, Goods delUered free.
IWEIHGOVICII & NOBILE
. & Peerless
j5rfe''1wi. i jji-.-"h wn'nf:
Ifea223122 .y Flour
BPr "v .V-j MAKES
. ; h JtiSftk 4 LIGHT.
1 WWmm JUKV' o flu
i II Si 1 3 1 1 1 SKpii ,mLAl)-
r'hPiiiii liiiUalHuav4 Ten your grocer to send you Peer
msF HItH PATENT m is utrrt, o-, rir,,,r- u n
P&" W t, tJOl U Bl'S U EvPr' iack guaranteed.
r a&tej "wc -,. ,tiva M . . .... i
MWGLE MILUNG WWWysa
"jjj' TU CS0 noii,r " " ;tj:' -
- I AnALIAHA O v -,
C3, r. vanMriMivi cl v-w.
S Lrivery and
First-Claiu Dnvltij; and SidJI
Livjry SteUt in Anr&ti
CORNfiR OP O. K. STREKT AND RAILROAC AVENUH
The Zellner Piano Co.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Pianos & Organs.
Write tor Catalogue.
Pianos on Monthly Payment:.
Office--1'21 1-a South Broadway, Los Angeles, Calltronla.
1 1 . W. Wallace
AflRNT AND B
AflRNT AND BROKEN.
Bib-bee - Arizona
Representing Min iiig Prop
erties. Heal Ketale Bought and Sold.
Money Loaned and Inverted.
0. K. St., Bisbee.
Agent for California Star Winery
0K0. C. CLAItK. K. M.
C. W. MITCIIKM.
Kxamlnationa and leporla madt! oif
raiuint ptopertitp. DeeimiH furnished
for ad Uniltj of ininin anil niiilini.'
Assays made in Dupli
cate, 60 cents a metal.
Qualitative and quantitative unalyuee
made of any mineral substances.
Surveys of Patents in
Arizona and Mexico.
Giaconovich & Co.
Wines, Liquors and Cigarc
Fruita and Confections.
arrm BREWERY AVENUE
Fletcher Dray Co.
Can transfer anything- movable, fiom
a vall9P to a fltamp-tnill. Contracts a
specialty. Prompt and satisfactory ser
vice guaranteed. Leave oidets atS. K.
Williams.' D fLETCHtRt prop
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Dealer in Watches, Clocks,
Spectacle-,, Stationery, Wallpaper, etc.
Kepalrinic Neatly none
AtAIN STREET, - BISBEE, ARIZ.
f letcher Transfer
Good Service, Prompt Attention
PRESTON FLETCHER PROP.
Leave orders with S. K. Williams.
:hampagne, the tailor.
Garments made by ua have the
style, rit ana
Tnat Well-dressed Gentlemen
taoie in iiif
rucson, - - Arizona
Horns. The O. K, is xht Lnj-it
pjMMMi;MBMIMr""raTMrMTJiaiM r TMM"MTlM MUMtWMill Wl ' inrinlil nw'lilail'l'i'ail'.tf IMIIIimim
In the District Court, Firwt Judicial Dis
trict of thu Territory of Arizona, in and for
the counts of Cochise..
I.onltoK. PrIot. plnintlH', s. lnoht W.
Pi lost, ilefendnut
Action brought In tlio District Com t of
the Fiist Jmliclnl District of the. Tortitory
of AiUona, lit and for t lie County ot Cochin,
un.l flin nfitnllittilt. Illn.l In tin. knlit r7,ntv
of Coohlm, in the oillceof tho elerl ot fcald '
Tin; 'l'errltor of Aibonu kemU Kieetliij;
to Ernest W. Priest.
Sou are hereby required to appear in au
action brought ugafnst jou bj the aboe
named plalntitf. Ionise E Priest, in the
District Court of the Klrwr Judicial District
of the Terrltorj of Arizona, in and for the
I County of Cochise, and to answer the com
plaint filed theiein, within ten drt.R (exclu
nloof tlioday of Borico) after thu sen lee
i on) on of this summons, (If hered within
tliiH enuntj ; or if nerved out oi tint, count)
but in tiiiit district, within twenty ilujs;
otherwise within thirty ilajs.) or judemeut
bj default will bo taken against) on accord
ing to theprajer of said coinpUliit.
ilio said nctlon is bi ought to obtain a de
cree of divorce from the bonds of matri
mony and for goneral relief and for costs.
Given under my haul and the teal of the
i District Com t of the First Judicial District
: of the Territory of Arizona, In ami for the
Count) oruoJIiKo. till '."til uuy of .lime, in
the )eur of our l.oid one thousand nine
hmulied. A. H. Kmani ki..
i Ir-it iibllcatiou June 27, 1000.
NOTICE Of FORFEITURE.
UltiBKF, Arizona, Mu) 8, tf0
To 1'ranU ltopp, hU heirs or asnlgris You
are hereb) notitied that 1 iiave expended
during the) ear 1SW JlCKlonlhe Little Mar)
mine and flCOon the Rmiuu mine, situated In
Wuri en Mining District, count) of Cochise
Terrltorj of Ariroua, location notices of
both of which ate recorded In the office of
the Count) Keeorder, in Hook of Mines, Mli.
iug Kecords of Cochuo county, Arizona, in
older to hold said claims under the provi
sions uf Section 2J21 of the Keilsed Statutes
i of the United States and the amendment
thereto coucernlm? annual labor unou min
ing dulni'j, It being the amount required to
hold said claims for the period ending De
cember 31, 169i).
And if within ninety (DOj da)s after the
publication hereof ) ou t .11 or refute to con
tribute your proportion' of said expendi
tures as co-owner, your interest la the said
mining claims will becorqethe property of
the subscriber, jour oo-owner, who has
made the required expenditure by the terms
of 3ald section 2324.
(Signed) QKOnQE BEBNAHD.
First publication Ma 8. l&OO.
The J. H. Jack
Lumber Co . .
- AKliN'T J OK
Till: STUDEBAKHR WAGONS,
BUGGIES, CARTS, ETC.
Bisbee - - - Arizona
Hole in the Wall
C ivi: Henkel, Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Main Street, Bisbee.
T. A. TATE. Prop
General Blacksmithing. Horie&hof
ing: a specialty. Above Floodgate.
Leaver lli&bce Mondays,
days and Friday al 7 a. m.
Arrive Tuesdays, Thursdays
Bisbee Headquarters at Greene Con
solidated Copper Company's Office,
Rooms 11 and 12 Angius Hotel.
Cananea Headquarters, Greene Con.
Copper Company's Office.
W. M. LIGGETT, Proprietor
Arrive at Bisbee at 11 a. m. Leaves
one hour after arrival of A. & S.
Leaves Naco at 9:30 a. m.
Trip each way made in one and a quar
V. G. MEDIG0VICH
Wholesala and HatallPRler lu
Q ATM 12 RECEIVED
jquots wines Glaors ontf jodqccos.
Rooflnft. Guttering, Rath Tutu, Sinks unJ
Louv Sheet Iron Work of nil dertrlptlooa.
All work gtiarnutoeil School ttoiiie Hill.
Telephone No. Si,
PROPERTY LOOKED AFTER
Bisbee Real Estate Co.
E B. nASON. Mtnmti
E Qe ORD CO,
Cornice and Sheet fletal Workers
TSLEPHONE NO 9
orncK xv suof next io urkw&hy
Tlrs. H. E. Bruton
Cleaning- and Dyeing
By Dry Process
nreeimaLInK ft spec I nit .
Near Raub's Bicycle Shop,
' Tombstone Canyon.
AN INTERESTING LETTER
from a Boy Who Formely lived
He Writes from Montana Meets His
Brother, Whom He Thought
The following intewstintf letter was
received by Sid Harris from Rhoin
hart Pfcirasch wholeft here two months
ajro for Montana, where he has n num
ber of prospects:
Canyon Crkkk, Montana, '
June, 24, 1900.
Fmi:nd Sid and BROTiir.it Rhdmun
-I arrived here in rood order; the
weather is tine and cool. We hav
plenty of mountain trout and deer and
grouse. We expect to start work on
the mine the 2.1th. There is any quan
tity of pine timber here.
I met one of mj brother-, in Helena
last week thai I thought was drowned
in the Arctic ocean in 1892. You can
think how glad and surprised I was to -see
him alive. He had a torriblo ex
perience. He wa-. one of the crew of
the whaler Helen Mar, which vessel w
was ground up in the ice. Thirty-live
of the crew wore killed; my brothei
and four others out of the crow of forty
hands, alono escaping.
They were on a cake of Ice for two
days and night and after terrible suf
fering were taken off by another whal
Give my kind regards to all the. boys,
Perhaps the Review might like to
hear this repoi t. 1 would like to re
ceive a cop of that paper occasionally.
With best wishes to all, I remain n
ever R. Tetrasch.
Veterans Will Celebrate.
The annual reunion or the survivor
of the Seventh Georgia regiment, which
Goneral "Tige" Anderson commanded
during the eh II war. will bo hold at
Lost Mountain in Cobb county, about
six miles from Powder Spring, on Um
Governor Chandler, Senator Stovo
Clay and other distinguished oterans
will attend the reunion and take part
in the celebration, The citizens ot
Cobb countj are making ample prepa
rations for all who may attend the.
gathering of old veterans of the fam
ous regiment, and 'satisfactory arrange
ments hae been made with the rail
road company by which a small round
trip rate has been secured. "'
T.hoe having charge of the detail? of
the reunion will have carriages invralt-
ing at the station at Powder SpringsTto
convey the visitors to tost Mountain
and back in lime to catch the train for '
Atlanta. It is expected that jthe reun
ion will be largely attended.
On December f, lfii)4, a essel crrav
ing- the Menal straits with 81" passen
gers on Imrd encountered' a terrible
gtle and foundered. The only man
who escaped death was Hugh Williams.
.More than 100 j ears later, on Decern
ber5, 1780, another vesiel with a largo
number of passengers sank in the same
circumstances and in the .same plac.
All the pnsjpn&ets were drowned ex
cept one, again Hugh Williams. Again
on December f, 1320, a loat laden with
30 people sank in ihn same spot. The
sole survivor once more was Hugh Wil
liams. Married American Girl.
Baron VonKetteler, the German min
9ter at Peking, whose death at the
hands of the Boxers, was recently re
ported, married an American girl, then
MlssM&ud Ledyard, daughter of thu'
president of the Michigan Central Rail-
All persons desiring to take advant-an-e
of our uuloue 2 dozen photos for.
50 cents should-.eome at once, jm nd sit-,
tings will be made later than 'Sundav,
.Tuly'15. but we will remain in Bisbeo .
to finish all work, and to conclude our
views. We have the following for salo
One 12 x 19 tont.
One 12 x 14 tent.
One 12 x 24 tenL
3 back grounds, cheap, foramateurs.
250 feet lumber, good as nev
1 heating stove.
WAN'tRD Bytwo ladies, any kind'of
housework, on housekeejdng. Wftshlng
taken. Apply at the Hughes House.
Wanted A pobition as housekeeper
by a competent lady. Call at the Nor
ton Houe, room 5. . ,
WANTED Experienced waiters want
ed at once. Applj, Box 474
Owing to tl.B demand, for etock -no
mora will be sold after Julyyl4l$00
" GltAPrVIWE CAKYON.OII. fc'O.,
By W D KINSEY, Agent,
lost on the Desert
Implies horrible thlrat; but there's
no need oi belng.thirsty when you cun
go to the Pnlace'Saloonaud get a clear,,
rool drink of beer.
Ton Rent A sixteen'roo'm'lodging'
house. Terms reasonable. , Apply to
S. K. Williams.