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I" ,a6 BRIEFS
Gcorgo Crawford left for Tuuson to
day. W. C. Greene left, town todav, by the
, C. N. Bramley left this morning for
H. B. Dodge, of Tucson-, was in town
F. A. Say'ward of Denver, canoo in'
Jj Howell, the beef contractor, carao
up town Saturday. x
The Queen lodge No. 6, A. O. U. W.,
mot last Saturday evening.
Alettorfrom Hugh Brophy locates
him at tho City of Mexico.
T. Cox, of El Paso, arrived Saturday
. and registered at the Angius.
A. Lamdon was among the passen
gers on tho outbound train today.
The subscription list for the Galves
ton sufferers is opon to tho Bisbee pub
lic. Miss Mary Proctor, of the Cananeas,
was at the Angius last Saturday even
ing. D. N. Bridge, of Albuquerque, was a
visitor in town Saturday and yester
day. Turquoise is entitled to two dele
gates to the democratic county conven
tion. VP. H. Pernal, a Nogales citizen, was
among the guests at the Bessomtv Sat
urday. J. G. Biddleman, of St. Paul, arrived
Saturday evening and located at the
Harris, the tailor, only charges $2
to clean a suit of clothes, Tombstone
R. D. Partington was on the outgo
ing train this morning bound for Cali
fornia.. Wanted A good cook. Wanted at
once. Apply at the Hill Lodging
Dr. Sweet and Hon. B. A. Packard
returned Saturday from the convention
De Ford Jones and H. Butts took a
run over to Tucson yesterday to visit
Wanted To buy burros. Inquire
South Western assay office, rear of
Jack, the famous dog so well known
round the warehouse, died from the
effects of poison. '
Information has been received from
Mr. Waumbaugh, at Galveston, that
his family are in safety.
J. M. Vasser and family have sold
their residence in Bisbee and, this
morning, left for Prescott.
F. L. Fitch has received a telegram
from Galveston that his sister, her hus
"band and family are safe.
Wanted By a gentleman. A good
room in central position, with private
family. Addross P. O Box 56.
Mr. Robinson, of the contracting
firm of Robinson & Toohey, was in
town Saturday, at the Bessemer.
James Hogan, one of the popular
clerks at the Coppor Queen storo, is
sick at the hospital with typhoid fever.
. Piano .instruction. Mir.s Louise
Lockie of Miss Davis' Conservatory.
Dubacher canyon. P.O. 526. se6 1m
Wanted A girl at once, to help in
' boarding house, chiefly with cooking.
Apply at the Hill Lodging House. 2t
J. Vo3burgh, a well known commer
cial traveler of Los Angeles, is visit
ing Bisbee. He puts up at the Besse
mer. Wanted Your orders for hired help
of all kinds. No cbargo to employer.
Territorial. Employment agency,
7 and 9 P. O. Building, Phoenix, Ari
zona. se6 lm
Frank Godfrey and Roy Morfoot loft
this? morning for the University at Tuc
son, 7here they will complete their ed
ucation. W. H. Robion, of Baltimore, Mary
land, came in Saturday evening, and
from the Bessemer attended to hi bus
iness in town.
Judge Johnson is In town. Mrs.
Johnson has gone to Frisco for her
, health. She will visit her brothers and
Morenci is one of tho rapidly grow
ing camps of this section. Its increase
Is something wonderful. Among
many Improvements is a splendid four
storied store by the company. This
building has all of tho most modern ap
plianceselevators, electric Hghta, and
is a modern and model establishment.
Dato Graham returned last evening
from tho Huachucas, Mr. Graham
says the mining interests are looking
first clavs in. that region. The road to
the Exposed Reef is now complete
Th mine is" being rapidly developed
aud a larsfe 'force of men are at work
A complete oj'anidtf plant of the latest
and, moat approved pattern is being
erected. A number of cars of ore
have been shipped, aud the results
have shown tho richness of tho ore.
These shipments have 'satisfied the
owners as to the capabilities of their
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property, and every effort will be made
to ilace the mine on the footing of a
great and continuous producer.
Mrs. B. Caretto and family returned
home last evening from a visit of sev
eral months to ms Angeles.
Thn Catholic ladies of Bisbee are re
quostod to meet at Mrs. William Bro
phy's residence on Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock.
Professor G. Hempel has returned to
town and will now reside here. He is
now prepared to receive pupils. Ad
dress Bisbee Drug sore.
Mr. Geo. E. Placfe, of Los Angeles.
California, representing the Mining
and Metallurgical Journal, of that olty
and Now York, If. n town for a few
Charles Harris begs to announce that
he is continuing his business of tailor
ing and repairing at short notice at his
residence In Tombstono canyon this
side of the Castle Rock. That ho is
now in u position to make clothes and
to repair and clean them at the cheap
est rates and invites the attention of
the public to his fine stock of fall and
winter goods. sl2-tf
Dr. W. A. Greene has resigned from
tho company's hospital staff and left
this morning for California. He has
found after repeated trials that he can
not keep in good health and perform
the trylug duties that the position calls
for. His resignation is regretted by
the company and by the many patients
who had found in him a skillful ad
viser. His place will be filled by Dr.
A. R. Hickman, of Phoenix,1 who is
expected to arrive tomorrow.
1 Letter List.
Following is a list of letters remain
ing uncalled for in thepostoflloojor the
week ending September 15:
Aberly, J A
Cagle, R W
Farmer, R J
Gibson, A J
Green, J S
Hetrick, H L
Pritchard, H T
Ruiz, Pedro '
Rafferty, M C
Summers, A J
Vonkindel, V S
Zlon.i G F
Please call for advertised letters.
J. T. Pritchard,
The republican central committee of
Cochise county, at a regularly called
meeting, September 8th, 1900, adopted
the following resolutions and ordered:
That a delegate convention of the
republicans of Cochise county be' held
at tho opera house, Bisbee, Arizona, at
10 o'clock a. in., Friday, October 12th,
1900, for the purpose of nominating can
didates for the several legislative1, -and
county offices, to be voted for at the
coming November election; selectlng-a
county central committee and the tran
saction of such other business as may
properly come before the convention.
That the apportionment of delegates
to said convention bo as follows:
Bisbee,., , , 24
Tombstone , 6
Benson , 4
St. David :
Turquoise .'. 2
Miller's Canjou ,
San Simon ,
Four Bar Ranch
u est Huachuca
Tres Alamos ,
Orpat Western 1
Doa Cnbezarf , 2
Russelvllle , 1
San Bernardino. 1
Johnson .. 1
Bowie ' 1
That a primary election be held
throughout the county on Friday, the
28th day of September, 1900, ,foi the
purpose of choosing said delegates.
That all arrangements, including the
appointment of election boards, for eald
primary election, be made by the re
publicans of the various precincts, exj
cept In Bisbee In Bisbee the chair
man of the county central committee
will appoint the primary election
board, and the poll will be open from
10 o'clock a. m. to 7 o'clock p. m.
O. O. Warnek,
Chairman Rep. Co. Cen. Com.
John A. Campoem.,
Sec'y. Rep. Co. Cen. Com.
Relief for Galveston Sufferers.
Tho latest reports from Galveston
show the damage to the city from the
late storm to be of such a nature that
it will require all tbe aid possible to be
extended to the people of that city who
are left without hones and are wholly
destitute. Relief is jwuring In from
every direction and the citizens of Bis
bee have decided to respond to their
cry of distress. Subscriptions will be
received at the following places:
The Copper Queen general office,
The Bonk of Biabee, office of W. H.
Brophy, The Fair, Bisbee Drug Store,
The Post Office and store of J. B. An
glus. All subscriptions will be promptly
remitted through the Bank of Bisbee
to Mr. John Sealey, treasurer of the re
lief committee, Galveston, Texas.
N. E. Ferguson,
W. H. Brophy,
J. M. O'Connel,
M. J. Cunningham,
John B. Angius,
S. W. French,
Tiios. P. Nichols.
At a meeting of the democratic cen
tral committee of Cochise county, held
in Benson on the 23d day of August,
1900, it was ordered that the 27th day
of September, 1900, be and - hereby is
set as the day for holding 'the demo
cratic primary elections .throughout
the county, for" the purpose of chosing
delegates to the detdocratic county con
vention, to be held in Knights' of Py
thias ball, in the town of Benson, Co-
hlse county. Arizona, on the 10th day
e October, 1900, at 11 o'clock a. m.v
ofThe democrats of the various pre
cincts In the county are invited to as
semble und elect their own boards of
primary election officers and choose
delegates to the county convention, ex
cept in the precincts of Bisbee and
Tombstone, where the local , members
of the county central committee will
appoint the boards of primary election
officers and designate the polling
places, giving the voters ample notice
The following is the number of dele
gates appointed to each precinct, based
on the vote of 1898:
Tombstone .' 5
Benson ;...,..., 3
Pearce '. 3
St. David 2
Hereford , 2
Fort Huachuca 2
Fairbanks ;. 2
Millers Canyon 2
San Simon 2
Tevlston 4 2
Wilgus :. . ., 2
Four Bar Ranch 2
Huachuca Siding! .
Tres Alamos .
Bv order of the Cochise countv dem-
'ocratlc central committee.
F. A. Sweet, Chairman.
B. J. O'Reilly, Secretary.
Bisbee, Arizona. Aug. 27th, 1900.
Democratic County Convention.
At a meeting of the Democratic
Central Committee of Cochise county
held in Benson on August 23, 1900. it
was ordered that, the DEMOCRATIC
COUNTY CONVENTION be -called to
meet in Knights of Pythias Hall in the
town of Benson on the"TENTH DAY
OF OCTOBER, 1900, at 11 clock a. m.
The convention is called forthe pur
pose of nominating candidate's for the
various legislative and county jpffiees'to
be voted for at the November elections
of this year, for selecting a' County
Central Committee and of transacting
such other business as may properly
come before said convention.
Order of business to be arranged by
The following is the number'of dele
gates apportioned to each precinct,
based on the vote of 1898:
Benson , 3
Willcox ...',.. '3
Pearce J..... 3
St.David ; ,...,2
Hereford , 2
Fort Huachuca .' 2
Fairbanks .' 2
Miller's Canyon 2
San Simon 2
Wilgus , 2
Four Bar Ranch 2
Huachuca Siding. , 1
West Huachuca 1
Carr's Canyon 1
Tres Alamos 1
Pool's Ranch 1
By order of the Cochise County Dem
ocratic Central Committee.
F A. Sweet,
B. J. O'Reilly, Secretary .
Bisbee, Arizona, September 8, 1909.
Tea Garden Drips.
Is a sugar syrup of highest quality;
once used, always wanted; delloiously
sweet, makes taffy candy to perfection;
manufactured by Pacific Coast Syrup
Co., 707-719 Sansome St., San Fran
ciico. fi ? al4-3m
A Pleasure to
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE GO.
MACHINISTS, IRON and BRASS FOUNDERS, FORGE AND
BOILER WORKS ALL GLASSES OF MINING MACHINERY
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
i El Paso, Texas
main points of difference. Prices begin at 87.50 and
then by advances of a dollar or two to $25 a suit. Here
is a brief description of three suits at
Fancy Worsted, green effect, with an almost invis
ible thread of blue, forming a scarcely discernible plaid
a very handsome effect.
Scotch Cheviot, fancy plaid, medium dark effect; the
new Raglan shoulder.
Blue Cheviot, with a blue and white hair-line stripe.
And these are but three of many styles.
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COPPER QUEEN STORE
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Ben Williams J. S. Douglas
J. B. Angius W. H. Bbophy
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Foreign hxchuiiKo and Telegraphio Transfer to all Part ot the World. Ac
counts of Individual, Firms and Corporation solicited. Matters entrusted to
our care will receive prompt attention. Mexican money bought and sold. Agency
for New Zealand Fire Insurance Company.
Are You Interested...
In childrons' school wearing apparel ?
If so we can show your Pall line of
Wash Goods, PlaidB. etc, which haa
Also SCHOOL SHOES and
BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS
at prices that will astonish you
To oiuke It Interesting we offer a few speolal items
Sailor Huts, worth 50o at 15c
LadlesOrashSkirts 75o at 25o
Boys School Suits 20 pr ct
Don't fail to eoino and see
our new Fall Line
Answer Letters O
FN unusual as
fall awaits purchasers
here now unusual in
the goodness of qual
ity, the many kinds to
select from, the new
ness of styles. In fact
such a stock of cloth
ing has never before
been shown in Bisbee.
Don't let prejudice
against the ordinary
keep you from consid
ering these suits when
you 've a need. They
are as different as can
be. Rightly tailored,
finished, proper ma
terials and colorings,
correct styles, are the
BUCK'S JUNIOR RANGE
COUPON CLIPPING CONTEST
V. H. Bbophy, President
A. S. Douglas, Vice-President
M. J. Cunningham, Cashier
BISBEE ARIZONA A
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1 ?rce Coinage
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Can Can Building Main Street
Harris & Greener
Deat.krs ix Wines, Liquors and
Main Street Opposite Public Library
Directlj on iho road to Naco.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Your Patronage Solicited.
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BEER and CIGARS
Main Street, Bisbee, Arizona.
On Driiueht Cointuiitl) on Hand."
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Wines, Liquors and Cigar
Your patronage Reitciill) SollrltM I
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Wines, LiquoiB und Cic'tx.
B. M. Vocuvich, Brewery Avenue
St Louis Beer Hall
L. C. Shattuck Prop.
Fittest Utatids of
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