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0O0HI8B REVIEW : THURSDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 11, 1900
Published Every Eveninp, Except
THE BISBEE NEWS COMPANY.
V. R. N. GREAVES, EDITOR
' Entered at the Postofllce at Bisbee,
Ariz., as second-class mail matter.
By MailOne Year $7.50
By Carrier, One Month 75
Advertising rates will be made known
?fr on application to this office. Legal pub
lications in conformity with Territorial
Statutes. Reading notices, 10 cents a
Mne for each insertion.
Communications relating to new? or
editorial matter should be addressed to
Editor Cochise Review
All remittances and business letters
!tc., should be addressed toTtiK BisnRE
BISBEE, ARIZ., OCT. 11 1900.
I hereby annonnce myself as a can
didate for the oflice of
Or COCHISE OOTJNTT
iubject to the action of tho Republican
County Convention. Respoctfully,
I respectfully announco my candidacy
for tho oflice of
Subject to the approval of the Republi
WltLIAM C. Staehle.
I hereby anncunce myself a a can
didate for the office of
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Precinct No. 2, Cochise county, subject
to the action of the republican county
convention. Respectfully, j
Geokqe E. Toles.
T hereby announce myself a candi
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Precinct No. 2, subject to the action
of the Delegates to the County. Repub
Mean convention from said precinct,
,k S. K. Williams
I hereby annou'io myself as a candi
date for the office )
of Coohise county, subject to the action
of the County Republican Convention.
C. A. Overlook.
I hereby Runounce myself as a candi
date for the offloo of i
of Cochise County, subject to the ac
tion of the County Republican Con
H. G. Stillman
I hereby announce myself as. a can
. didate for the office of
Precinct No. 2, CochiBe county, subject
to.the action of the republican county
'. w. OLIVER.
The fame of ice as an instrument of
attack is now well established. Tho
ice trust has gained a celebrity that is
world wide, while Hannn has just suc
cessfully dodged a large chunk aimed
at him during a political meeting The
local justice of the peace has announced
his intention of puttine a stop to stone
throwing and will supply chunks of ice
for the bos fresh every morning. Tho
ice will be thrown chiefly at candi
dates. It will not be necessary to take
William C. Staehle, of Tombstone,
who has announced himself ns a candi
date for the office of District Attoniej
on the republican ticket, is visiting
this town. Mr. Staehle is a well known
lawyer of acknowledged ability, and
his integrity is undoubted. He is popu
lar and haB many friends throughout
the county. The candidacy of Mr.
Staehle for the important offico of dis
trict attorney will meet with, the ap
probation and support of a number of
friends who recognize his qualifications
for that position.
"Mamie wouldn't sing for u be
cause she wanted to be teased." "And
did you tease her?" "Oh,.terriblyl We
didn't ask her again." The King
The Pace. "Misfortune always trav
els fast." "That's, right ; the more rap
id the pace a fellow goes, the quicker
it overtakes him." Philadelphia Rec
ord. . Father "Who prepared this pud
ding?" Mother (looking at h?r daugh
ters in succession) "I mustn't tell
the author desires to remain anony
mous." Meggcudorfer Blaetter.
Foreman "De telegraph page is all
piodl" Editor "Never mind; run. it
as it is, and I'll label it the only original
Chinese dispatch, translation to fol
low to-morrow,"Syracu5e Herald.
Accoroirg to Experience. Farmer
B. "This 'ere paper says they ain't
nothin' lr an appetite like a long
tramp." His Wife "Laadl They
don't know what they're talkln about.
A short one c'n eat just ei much."
"Ma says, how much will you eharg
to write a 'bltuary on the death of my
dad?" "Three dollars an inch," re
plied the editor gruffly The messen
ger departed, but in a little while he
returned and said "Ma says dad wuz
six foot two inches', but he wuzn't wuth
three dollars! "Atlanta Constitution,-
A Bleislnir in Di&sruise. "1 suppose
you are nispieiifced witJi mj daughter's
pianoforte practicing. It must annoy
you dread full j the flat has such thin
walls." "Well, no; I have no wish to
condemn your daughter's practicing,
it ha been the direct eausre of my
wife and l taking a great deal of very
bei.ficlal outdoor exercise." Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
A Holdup "It ieems funny to hear
you admit you neer had stage fright,"
said the first nighter. "It was- at the
beginning of your career, of course."
"No," replied the great actor, "it was
during mj last western tour. The man
appeaaeo at tho stage door so sudden
ly and flashed his revolver so unex
pectedly that the shock nearlj lrilled
us passenger-.." Catholic Standard
TO SAVE A STATEHOUSE.
Public Bnlldlns In KaniRi That la
to Be Preserved us n
Efforts are being made by the peo
ple of Kansas to preserve from tho
ravages of time the first statehouse
erected there. It is one of the few
relics of early days left standing there,
and it was built when the settlement
of the west was just beginning.
It stands near Fort Riley in the cen
tral part of the state, and is all that
is leit of the town of Pawnee, th
first capital of the state
The town was started by boomers
who "stood in" with the territorial
governor, A. H. Reder, who owned
land there and was a good deal of &
The town association built the cap
itol, a stone structure, two stories
high and 40x50 feet in outside dimen
sions. It laid out the streets and
boarding hous.es were made ready for
the first meeting of the legislature.
Then, in 1S55, the governor called the
legislature to meet there, and the
solons decided that they would not as
sist him in his plays
They went from eastern Kansas in
prairie schooners, a long procession
that wound its way 150 miles out on
the prairie, the travelers growing
more angry that the governor had se
lected so distant a place. They had
provisions for the trip, and when they
reached Pawnee not one of them went
to the boarding houses, as had been
expected, but they cooked in their
wogons and lived on the edge of the
On the day for the opening of the
legislature they went to the new stone
building and held a session, which
consisted of organiring and adjourn
ing to Shawnee Mission, in the east
ern part of the state, where, despite
all the efforts of the governor, the re
mainder of the session was held.
Pawnee did not make a town. The
cholera broke out the next year at
Fort Riley and the people fled. The
atatehousb stands out on the plain,
deserted, the roof gone and the in
terior a place for the hiding of coy
otes and sandhill owls. The state has
beeo sl;d tn purchase the olj lin
and preserve it for future genera
tions, who will doubtless, appreciate
it as a reminder of the efforts of the
first-comers to make this a great city,
and for a time it seemed likely that
they would succeed
Kansas has seven eapitols, ending
with the present handsome building
at Topeka, not yet completed; but
none has a more romantic history than
the old Pawnee statehouse, and none
appeals more strongly to the lovers
of the picturesque.
HONOR TO AN INDIAN CHIEF.
Washington Officials Planning (or
Monument to Do Placed Over
Grave oj a Shoshone.
Piano are being made by officials of
the Indian oflice in Washington for
the erection of a monument upon the
plot where is buried the body of the
famous Chief Washakie, of the Sho
shonee. Hia grave is in a peaceful,
picturesque section of the post cem
etery at Fort Washakie, Wyo., which
was named after the old man a long
Washakie wao a sworn friend to the
white people, tried always to maintain
peace, is quoted in history as never
permitting a white man's blood to be
shed if he could prevent it, and he was
esteemed by all persons with whom
he came in contact, both Americans
and his own people
Washakie was born, as nearly as can
be estimated, although some authori
ties say that he was much older, in
1796 He fought in many battles, dis
playing fine qualities as a warrior,
and at all times treating his enemies
and captives with great kindness. He
was subtle and active until a few
months before he died, when he be
came physically weak and feeble, but
his mind was clear, and his last wish,
which he expressed through an inter
preter a day or so before he died, was
that he be buried as a Christian in the
Fort Washakie cemetery and have a
military funeral. This wish was glad
ly fulfilled, for he was loved by all
the officers of the post, and he was
burled with the honors of a regular
army officer. His remarkable orator
ical ability has been commented upon
by all the government officers who
have visited the Wind river" reserva
tion. Washakie was a great promoter of
Christianity and education, and the
present intellectuality of tht Sho
ahonc3 as a band is largely due to his
strenuous effortr. It Is said that Chief
Washakie had the unique distinction
of being tho only Indian who ever pro
pelled a bicycle at the age of 100 years
In Peru it vac once the eustora for
domestic servants to have two of
their upper front teeth extracted.
Their absonoo indicated their servi
tude. Lone DeSoro the Sues.
A canal connected the Mediter
ranean with the Red sea as early as
600 years before the Christian era
Its length was 02 miles
Tho lopubllcnn central committee of
Cochise county, ut a regularly called
mooting, September 8th. 1W)0. udoptod
t ho following rei-olutiomi .ind oiUid:
That ,i dnlcgitto cor volition ot tho
republicans of Co hibe ooajty be hold
at the opera liouw, 131sboe, Arizona, at
10 o'clock a. in., Friday, October 12th,
1JJ00, foi iho purpoaoofno.il n.u'uuj an
dldatea for tho several loglda'Ivt and
county nfJlcM, to be voted fur at tho
coming November election: -Meeting a
county central committee and the trun
suctlon of such Othor biminca ;m m:iv
I properly come before the com eat ion.
, That tho apportionment of delegates
to said convention be as follows:
St. David i
Hereford .-. i
Fort Huachuca 1
Miller's Canyon. . . . v 1
fcau Simon 1
Four Bar Rauoh 1
Huachuca Siding 1
" est Huachuca : 1
Tros Alamos 1
Pool's Ranch 1
Great Western '. 1
Dos Cabezas 2
Middlemarch . . .
That & primary election lie held
throughout, tho county on Frldav, the
28th day of September 1900. for tho
purpose of choosing said delegates.
That all arrangements, Including tho
appointment of election boards, lor Kiid
primary election, be made bv tin i
publicans of the various precincts, ex
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. in. to 7 o'clock p. ui.
V. C. Waiinew,
Chairman Hop. Co. Cen. Com
John a. Campbell,
Sec'y. Rep. Co. Cen. Com
Tea Garden Drips.
I a sugar syrup of hignest quality;
once used, always wanted; deliciously
sweet, makes tatty candy to perfection;
manufactured by Pacific Coast Svrup
Co , 707-719 Sansome St.. San Fran
Entertainment and Dance.
Tickets are on sale at the Bisbee
drug store lor the Eastern Star enter
tainment and ball on Thursday, Ofo
ber 11. if
To William LvanS, your liHrs or assign
You ate lieieby notified that uuo hundied
dollars was expended In labor and iniproe
ment upou tlnJ Nig-hc Uawk JLoile iu order
to hold the snld piotnWes under tho provi
sions of Section 2321, Revised Statutes of the
United States, beitiz the nraount required to
hold the same for the year ending December
31, 18W, and If wlthlu ninety days after this
publication you fail or refuse to contribute
jour proportion of such expenditure a a
uo-bwuei yuiir interest in said claim will
become the property of the subscriber un
der said Section Zi2l.
Habky U Mi Mask.
1 ii.t publication Sept. 12 1900.
-m4V&wzMMHMnik.amtw.&Mrim mj-r4 or
jsar ajiqi I
forest Lieu Selection No. 107.
U.NITEO STAl JH L.ND OffPlCK j
Tucson, Arizona, July 14. 1900. j
Notice la hereby (riven that John H.
Slaughter, whose postofllce ailtlres is Bis
bee, Cocliiie county, Arizona, hat made ap
plication to select under the Aet of June 4,
mi, (9) Stat., SO) the following described
First 40 acres, unsurveyed, ou west slope
Stein's Peak, in Guadulupe oauyon, Cochise
county Arizona, In what will boT. 21-S., It.
3MJ., G. and S. R. B. and M. The initial point
, raai king center ot tract is a waste pipe in
center of small rock and cement dam in a
small eldocnnjou leading; northwest into
1 Guadalupe canyon, from which Initial point
monument No. 73 of boundary between U.S.
and Moxico boars S. SO deg. 26 min., W. 3786
Second-10 auies, unsurvojed.on west slope
Stein's Peak, Cochise county, Arizona, in
what will be T.23-S..R.M-E. G..aud S.R.B.
and U. The initial point marking center of
tract is a cross about S iu. loner between
I nttors S chiseled on a cement rock, situate
ou the break of flat above bottom ot Syca
moro creek, about one mile up creek from
house known as "Old Smith Ranche." From
said initial point vvhlto oak tree 2 ft. diam
eter bears N. 26 deg;. 44 min., E. 8 ft., scribed
"S. S. rnnch In. Pt. B. T." N. E. cor. ruins
ndobe houso 12x10 ft. bears S. 79 de?. 10 min.
V. 291 ft. White oak tree 12 In. diameter
scribed "B. T." bears N. 58 deg. 20 min.,E. 13ji
ft. White oak tree 14 in. diameter, center
stem, sorlbed "B.T." boars S. IS deg. 50 min.,
1 E. 120 ft. Three conical hills bear as follows:
S. OS deer. E. about i mile, S. 48 dee. 45 min.
W. about U mile. S. 53 dear. 80 min. W. about
one mile. Locating' monument of rocks 8
ft. bnHC,2W ft. hlffh on summit hill overlook
ing San Bernardino valley bears S. SO dog. 41
min., W. 8S77 ft. From said locating monu
ment Sun Jose Peak, Sonora, Mexico, bears
S. 77 deg. 83 min., W. about 60 miles. Monu
ment No. 77 of boundary between U. S. and
Mexico bears S. 57 den. 8 min., W. approxi
mately 12 miles.
Within the next thirty days from the date
of the first puLlloatlon of this notice protests
or contests against tho selection on the
Krouud that the land described, or any por
tion thereof, is more valuablo for Its, miner
als than agricultural purposes, will be re
ceived and noted for report to the Commis
sioner of tho General Land Office.
Milton R. Moobe, Register.
First publication July 17 1900.
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MINING APPLICATION NO. 720.
Survey No. 1831.
United States Land Omos )
Ttoson. Arizona, August 16, 1900. )
Notico la hereby given that in puraa
i ance of the United States mining laws
j tho Copper Queen Consolidated Min
, iug compnny, a corporation organized
, undor tho laws of the state of Now
I York, by its agent, Walter Douglas,
. whoso post office address is Hlsuee,
j Coohiso oounty, Arizona, has made ap
plication for patent for 1331 linear foet
I of tho Morning Star lode mining claim
I situated on unsurveyod land, Warron
1 Mining District, Cochise county, Tor-
ritory of Arizona, as described by tho
oiDoial plat herewith posted, uud by
the Hold notcB on file in the office of
tho Register of the United Statos Land
Oflico, Gila Land District, Tucson, Ari
zona, as follows, to-wit:
Magnetic variation for all combes VJ
deg. 00 rain. east.t
Beginning at corner No. 1, iutaticol
with corner No. 2 survoy No.. 354 Mam
moth lodo, and with corner No. 2 Bur
voy 801 Now York lode, a pine post in
mound of stones Hcribed Mammoth M,
O. No. 2. 2-881 N. Y. and 1-1331,
whence U. S. Mineral Monument
No. 4 bears north 43 deg. 10 min
wost 1905 feet; thence north 60 deg. 54
min. oast on lino 2-3 survey No. 801
New York lodo 48.5 foot to corner No.
2, identical with corner no. 4 survey no.
1056 Littlo Now York lodo, a pino post
in mouna or stones scribed 4-10ot) 1j. N. i
Y. aud 2-1331: thonco south 41 deg. 49
min. east on lino 4-3 survoy no. 1056
Little New York lodo 473.5 feet to cor
ner no. 3, n pino post in mound of
stonos scribed 3 1056 L. N. Y., 1-1347
and 3-1331; thonco south 33 deg. ,37
min. east on lino 1-0 survoy 1317 Vir
ginia lode 685.5 feot, corner No 0 sur
vey no. 1347 Virginia lodo; 846.5 feot to
corner no. 4, u pine post in mound of
stonos scribod 4-1331; thonco south 50
deg. 39 min, wost 278.2 feot to corner
no. 5, a pine post in mound of stones
scribed 5-1331; thonco south 64 dog. 10
min. west on line 5-3 survey no. lO'iO
Hordscrable lode, 251.9 feet to corner
no. 6, a pino post in mound of stones
scribed H. S. M. No 3 and 6-1331;
thence north 17 deg. 47 min. west 467.3
feot to corner no. 7, a pino post in
mound of stonos scribed 7-1331; thonce
south 68 deg. 42 min. west 65 foot to
corner no. 8, u pine post in mound of
stones Bcribed 8-1331; thonce north 47
deg. 21 min. west 611 feet to corner no.
9, a pine post in mound of stones
sorlbed 0-1311, thenco north 48 deg. 0J
min. west 212 feot to corner no. 10, a
pine post in mound of rtones scribed
10 1331; thence north 50 deg. 39 min.
east 5TO.9 feet to corner no. 1, the place
Total nnd not .ireo of the Morning
Star lode, 15.62 acres.
Tho said mining claim being of rec
ord it the office of the Recorder of
CoohU- county, at Tombstone, in the
countj uiid territory aforesaid, in book
2, page 429, P.ecoids of Mines.
The pi esuined general course of di
rectbn of the said Morning Star lodo or
miuoi-al deposit being shown upon the
plat posted borowith, as near as can be
dotormlnod from present develop
ments, this claim being for south 31
deg. 50 min. east 610 f6et to corner no.
5, north 34 deg. 50 min. west 199 feot,
thenco north 41 deg. 20 rain, west 4!)2
feet from discovory shaft, total 131)1
linear feet thereof, together with the
surfaco ground 6hown upon the official
pint pobted herewith, the said vein,
lode nnd mining promises hereby
sought to bo patented being bounded
as follows to-wit- On the north by sur
vey 3:0. 354 Mammoth lode and survoy
No. 861 Now York lodo; on tho east by
survey 1050 Littlo Now York lodo and
survey no. '.347 Virginia lode, all
claimed by Copper Qneon Consolidated
I Mining company; on the south by sur
j vey no. 1026 Hordscrable lodo, the
I South Bisbee Mining nnd Development
company claimant; on thu wost by the
Del Norto lode claim, unsurveyed;Tom
j Higgius claimant; tho Galena lodo
claim, unsurveyod, tho Lowell x Ari
zona claimant; and tho Blnck Jack
lode, unsurvoyed, tho Copper Queon
Consolidated Mining company and W.
M. Kendall claimant. The said claim
being designated as mineral survey no.
1331 in the official plat posted here
with. Any and all persons claiming ad
versely tho mining ground, vein, lode,
mining claim or surfaco ground are re
quired to file their adverse claims with
the Register of the United States Land
Office at Tucson, in tho Territory of
Arizona, dining the sixty days period
of publication hereof, or thoy will bo
barred by virtue of the provisions of
MILTON R. MOORE, Register.
First publication Aug. 17, 1900.
Last publication Oct. 16, 1900.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 72l
Survey No. 13?3.
United States Land Office, )
Tdcson, Arizona, August 15, 1900. J
Notice is horoby given that in pur-
suance of tho United States mining
rlaws the Copper Queen Consolidated
Mining company, a corporation organ
ized under the laws of the state of
; New York, by its agent, Walter Doug
j las, whose post office address is Ilnbeo,
1 Cochise county, Arizoua, has mauo ap
plication for patent for 1500 linear feet
of the Sweepstake lodo mining claim,
situated on uusurveyed land, Warren
district, Cochise county, Territory of
Arizona, as doscribed by the official
plat herewith posted, and by tho field
notes on file in tho olfice of the Regis
ter of the United Statos Laud Oflice,
Gila land district, Tucson, Arizona, as
Magnetic variation for all courbos,
11 deg. 35 min. oast.
Beginning at corner no. 1, identical
with southwest corner of tho locati m.
and with corner no. 2 survoy No. 1186
"White Tailed Door" lodo. a pine post
in mound of stones scribed 2-1180 W
T.D.and 1-1333. whence U. S. M. M.
no. 3 bears south C deg. 56 min. east
2856 feet distant; thence north 87 deg.
26 min. west on lino 2-3 survoy no 1186
'White Tailed Doer" lode 1500 feet to
i corner no. 2, a pino post in mound of
I stones, scribed 3-1186 W. T. D. and 2-
( 1333; thonco north GO deg. 38 min. east
600 feet to cornor no. 3, n pino post in
mound of stones sciibed 3-1333; thenco
south 37 deg. 26 min. eust 1500 feet to
J cornor No. 4, a pine post with mound of
I stones scribed 1-1333; thonco south CO
' deg. 38 min. west COO feet to corner no.
j 1, tbo placo of beginning.
Total and net area Sweepstake lodo
The said mining claim being of rec
( ord in tho oifico of tho Recorder of
Cochise county, at Tombstone, in the
I county andTorritory uforosaid, in book
j 6, pago 600, Rocoid of Mines. Tha pre
I sumed general course or direction of
f the said Swoopstuke vein, lode or min
eral deposit being shown upon the plat
, posted borowith as near as can bo de
termined from present developments,
this claim being for north 37 deg. '26
min. wost 1442 loot, and south 37 dejr.
26 min. east 58 feot from discovory
shaft, total 1500 linear feot thereof, to
gether with tho surface ground shown
upon tho official plut posted borowith,
tho said vein, lodo and mining prom
ises heroby sought to bo patontod be
ing boundod as follows to-wit: Ou the
Bouthwcst oy survey no. 1186 "Whito
Tailed Dcor" lodo. tho Copper Queen
Consolidated Mining company claim
ant. Thoro aro no other known ad
Any nnd all porsons olaiming ad
versely any portion of said lode, min
ing Claim or surface ground aio re
quired to file thoir adverse claims with
tho Register of thoUnitod States Land
Office at Tucson, in tho Territory of
Arizona, during tho sixty days period
of publication horoof, or thoy will be
barred by vlrtuo of tho provisions of
MILTON R. MOORE, Register.
First publication Aug. 17, 1900.
Last publication Oct. 16. 1000.
IMPROVED OKDKIt Or RED
MEN, COCIUSK Tribe No. 7..
iiueot cery Tiuirsduy evening
tnttlio Opera lIoiMyalI VIr
Jitirig bi'otluis rordlalb invl ,
JamhH x. CnniDtl!, Miriiom '
John Munch. C. of It
Dt'. Jbilmuiidson Medicine Man.
W WOODMEN OF THE
WORLD, inoets every
second and fourth Mondny
at the opera house. Vis
iting members cordially
.1 A MILDER, C. O.
F V.JOHNSTON Sec.
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE No. 12,
V. & A. M. Meets first lhuriday
of each month. Visitinc breth
len cordially invited to attend.
C C. Wusm. W. M.
T ANDMARK CHAPTER N .. 6 '
J-' R. A. M. Regular Convo n-1
tions third Tuesday iu e u h
month, 8:15 p. m. Visitinc coin-'
ptuilons in tfood standing gladly I
V. R. STILES. H. P. '
Prank J. Gkaf.S-c.
QUEEX LODGE NO. 6, A
O. U. W., meets ewry
Saturday eonlnir. Vis-
itlntj brothers cordially
Alfred Godfrey. W. M.
Richard Humphrey, R?c
II. C. Transr Fliiuiicier.
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10, I. O. O.
F., meets every Wednesduy
r evening. Miltins brother
cordially Invited to utteud.
Axfukd GouiraEY, N. G.
Eiiile Makes, R. 8.
No. 54, meets eorj
0 rst and third
Wedr.es.dRy8 of tho
month. V I a 1 1 lnp
member mo cor
1 iifd Mwi Ni roturj
CURRY & CO.
Dealer? in ljry Goods Groi'i-n
Hard.vri, limit and Sb'ifa
1 urrhfHiim and Forix.iriluij: A.-n f
Ciietnin lloii'.p Brokers".
II'u 111 -Pill!
Pies. Doughnut. C'nkeK otr
French Rcstau ant Meals Sert-1 ir
Tbos. Pineili Naco, Arizona
The best for
FOR SALE BV
t0., NACO, A. I.
SpiItk fn French Goods
and a Lsrgc Assortment of
TAKE A HACK
Ed Price who has a Hack
ready at all hours, meets all
Trains. Orders may be left
at Now England Kitchen.
Cto- TELEPHONE 60
Vour Patronnss Solicited
i i i
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
La Tlorita, Sonora, flexico
S NAVARRO, PROPRIETOR
Tho Choicest Cuts of tender and
rall-fed Uoof, Mutton, Sansas;a, etc
PROPERTY LOOKED AFTER
Bisbee Real Estate Co.
Bisbeo Bill Posting: Co.
E. B. nASON. Manager
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Dealer in Watches, Clocks,
Spectacles, Stationery, Wallpaper, etc.
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PAIN'T A NO Oil
Main St. Mrs. A. W. Strarcm, Prop.
First-Class Restaurant. Board by the
Day, Week or Mouth. Short Ciders
Day and Night .. .
.Main St., above
t Palace Stable
PAIRS AND RCMS
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,loch, towing machine
ami uicycici repulicd.
RAMBLER BICYCLES SOLD
L J. STAGHER-
Contractor and Builder.
Estimate Furnished on nil Kin
BRICK WORK A SPECIALTY
Lcavo ontrr at Minttuck'v Lumber Yard
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
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OrFICE: J. H. JACK LUMBER COMPANY
EASTMANS KODAKS M
Photographic Supplies. Developing
and Printing at Lr.wobt Rates. Sat
C. P HART & CO.
Open Day and Night
Short Orders a Specialty
Meals served to families
Whitehead & .Marched, Proprietors.
O. K. MARKET
FIRS'! CLASS PHOENIX BEP.F,
Mutton, Pork md Veal. Sausage, for
eign and domo-tif , constantly ou hand.
0. K. STRtfT. OS'P. CARRETTO'S
A. B AUKR Proprietor
Bisbee Candy Kitchen
Fresh Candies Every Day
Iro Cumin. Soda Water,
Lomona.lc, Milk hliakei.
Big Cold Drink for 5 Cents
i Near Xurtrvli:!iH Miorc. Cloauiutr
ilono li now Dry Pi-iick. Oniitk' Suits
clcaimd. iiIm) !.:ii)ie' Mitrta, V iitn, Glovo
and Kllibont. H its n Mrrl.i't
City jgarber Shop
Datli Room anj Porcelain Tubs
Marks & Wittig, Proprietors.
Everything First Class.
Baggage and txprcss
Handled With Care.
Lcaeorilnrs wlthS. K Williams Tol No
Theo. F. fletz, Prop.
Offlen and works, Tombstone and Dl.bcp.
Soda Water, Snrsajmrilln, Ginger A e, ttc.
Ordorsfro. nlirctd will rocoUo prompt at
tention. Ordeis for the city of l)isbf will
bo ilellvoroil free without roluy amlly or
dcrk)soHi'Uel. Bisbee Assay Office.
All Work Guaranteed
Or Money Refunded.
Oniec, Nob Hill
ALF. TELLMAN Proprietor
BISBEE CASH FROIT STORE
Ice Cream and Soda Water
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Sweet Cream, Confections, etc. Ice
Geo. Dorflinger Prop.
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