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COCHISE REVIEW : TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER IC. 1900
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Published Every Evening, Except
THE BISBEE NEWS COMPANY.
V. R. N. GREAVES, EDITOR
Entered at the Postofllce at Bisbee,
Ariz., as second-class tnail matter.
y Mail, One Year $7.50
By Carrier, One Month 75
Advertising rates will be made known
on application to this office. Legal pub
lications in conformity with Territorial
Statutes. Reading notices, 10 cents a
Miie for each insertion.
Communications relating to news or
editorial matter should be addressed to
Editok Cochisk Rkvikw
All remittances and busters letters
etc., should be addressed to Thk Bisbkk
BISBEE, ARIZ., OCT. 16. 1900.
Tiiet Republican local ticket is in tbo
Held, and the campaign promises to be
u -lively one. The candidates are all
good honest representative men and
will conduct their canvass straitfor
wardly and without trick or treachery.
The subscription list for Galveston
does not increase at a rate commensur
ate, with the importance of the occa
sion. The population and wealth of
Bisbee are such as to wurrant an ex
pectation of the eift of a considerable
sum, at leu9t as much as Clifton gave
which camp is no', as large or as rich as
Bisbee. It would be advisable, per
haps, fo form a committee and can
vass the town. A gift of over so small
a sura, fui amount that could not bo
missed, would, considering the num
ber of people, soontotal up to a sub
The appearance together of Mark
Smith and Col. Wilson on the stage at
Jerome during the great, meeting thero
on the 13th was a most gratifying inci
dent, and one that the democrats ad
vance as a proof of the real unity of the
party. It proves, too, that Wilson Is a
brave and honorable foe, and a true
friend. He may have listened for a
time to the wrongful advice, or hasty
council of his friends, but his unswerv
ing loyalty to his party asserted Itself,
in a hall packed full of enthusiastic eit
veus, he asked every man to vote for
Mark Smith1; and pleaded in a strong
voice for 'the man . who was once his
rival, but then his friend and fellow
' MODERN TALL BUILDINGS.
Tar A Not Now Resardad with So
Maah Wonder as at
Tboatj , who. have occasion to travel
about .in.v the neighborhood of busi
ivesa Chicago must have observed that
'fewer people nowadays stop to gaze
up' at .the tall buildings. When the
tlrat of these were under election,
ays the Inter Ocean, the city dwell
ers halted on the sidewalk opposite,
from time to. time, to watch the tow
ering 'giants, and for a long time vis
itors were accustomed to stand and
look up, at the completed buildings
with, frank admiration and wonder.
They do this now to some extent,
but not so much as they did. The
buildings are more familiar, and in
cities other than the greatest they
put up nowadays some pretty tall
buildings; so that the modern sky
scraper, wonderful an it still it if
one stops to think about it, has lost
the edge of novelty.
When the first tall buildings were
erected visitors and tenants were
permitted to go up to the roof for
the view, but as the buildings filled
up and settled into their regular busi
ness life it was found impracticable
to permit this without serious incon
venience, and there are now few, if
any, of the tall modern business
buildings to whose roofs visitors have
access. At one tall building it was
said that the number of applicants
for such permission was much smaller
than formerly, and it was thought
that this might be due to the fact
that to people generally the moilern
tall building had now become famil
iar. At another tall building it was
said that' the' requests for permission
to visit the roof had fallen oil but lit
tle. At, other buildings it wa said
that it .had not fallen off at all.
LADY CHO ON ETIQUETTE.
Catna's Pollta Coda Was Written
S,T06 Taars Ago fojr a Learned
The standard book of etiquette in
Chin ,was" written by Lady Cho 5,700
years "ago. Lady Cho was the widow
of a distinguished literary man of
north China and after his death was
faithful to his memory. Her hus
band's brother was historian of that
dynasty, but when hU work was half
completed he, lost his' sight. The em
peror sent atne4enger to him asking
him who could finish his book, and
the reply was returned that only his
brother's wife was capable of doing
it. The emperor sent for l.udy Clio
and she whs conducted hi the greatest
of state, to the emperor's palnce.
There she completed her brother in
law's work so satisfactorily that It ix
impossible to tell where the man left
off and the woman hegau. Cndy Clio
afterward wrote "Instruction or
Women and Girls," which has even
yet no rival. In the book she gave the
duty of women from birth to death.
1'htrc are chapters on "Ixihtruct !ou
of Children by Mothers." "Duty of
l"ui:htevb to Parents.," "Duty of
Child en to Teachers," "Filial Piety,"
"Hospitality and How to Receive
Women Guests," and directions for
caiiii for clothing, how to pui it
away at various seasons, how to pre
pare their husbands' food, reverencing
their husbands and reverencing their
KING IS A COIN COLLECTOR.
Victor Emmanuel, Italy's New Mon
arch, lla a Great Llkluir tor
Numismatists will be interested to
learn that the prince who has suc
ceeded King Humbert on the throne
of Italy is one of their guild. A pri
vate collector says that Victor Em
manuel began two or three years ago
the compilation of a monograph en
titled "Co. pus Numorum ltalicorum,"
containing an account, with illustra
tions, of the coinage of his native
country from the beginning of his
tory to the present era. As there
haw been at least S80 different mints
in operation at various times in the
little states and principalities into
which Italy has been divided, and the
nu!' I r of separate issues have been
roujjh'iy tstimated at 00,000, this is
an undertaking which might well ap
pall even an enthusiast and expert.
3t ia understood that the prince him
self ) (1 collected for his cabinet som
li,o "i coins of all dates and super
script loiid, which had come to him
from nil parts of the world. He had
attracted to cooperation with him n
large number "of private collector
and many who were not willing to
part with their treasxires perma
nently have consented to lend them
to Uim till they could be properly
classified in his work or have sent
him complete description and photo
graphs qf them
Habits of Carrier Pigeons.
The carrier pigeon when traveling
never feeds. If the distance be long,
it flies on without stopping to take
nutriment and' at last arrives thin,
exhausted and almost dying. If corn
be presented to it, it refuses to. eat,
contenting itself with drinking a lit
tle water and then sleeping. Two
or three hours later it begins to (tit
with great moderation and sleeps
again immediately afterward. If its
flight has been very prolonged the
pigeon will proceed in this manner
for 48 hours before recovering its nor
mal mode of feeding.
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' IMMUNE TO SNAKE POISON.,"
Father and Son In Georgia Who
Think Xothlntr of Seiner Stung;
A gentleman from northern Georgia.
whose statements cannot be doubter,
told a story of a family, at le.ast. fa
ther and son. almost incredible. Thev
lie near the Durham mines en ths
Sand mountain -and are named Wi.
son. The remarkable thing connected
with them is an entire absence of fear
of snakes, even of the most venomou,.
description, and their immunity frcm
any i-vil effects from the bites of' the
deadliest reptile, say the Chattanooga
The father and son came to the mint
not many days ago, according to the
statement of this gentleman, the f:on
with a large copperhead, one of the
deadliest of Georgia's many dearly
snakes, coiled in his cap on top of l,l
head. The father had a large rattle
snake, about live feet long, in hi s !
bosom next to his skin. They seemed
no more afraid of them than If they
wer pet mice, and after putting these
sxmt'g-o pets upon the ground this
tt:n;-rdli)aty pair, in order to prce
I heir lack of fear, provoked the snake
untl. ..nch was bitten in the arms and
legs number of times.
X" ill effects whatever were mani-
fetu! nnil the man told the Tinn-it-,, I
that no snake bite had the slihtet
il. 'i on him. He and his son can talu
v-l- ;! c most deadly snakes, such as the
'.:: head, rattlesnake aud niccca
iti -Aithout any thought of possible
..u..' - l.ites. other than the slight pain
1 he mini had no explanation to otter,
ainfc that he has been that waj since
Lr- can remember. Phjsicians try to
e.j)'a:n it by saying tha't they have be-c-ou.e
proof by continuous bites ami
innoeulation, somewhat in the same
way that innoeulation with smallpox
virus or vaccination protects: against
contracting- smallpox. But this can
hardly be true, if the man is to be be
lieved, since he states that he has en
joyed immunity since his earliest child
hood, and the son, a small boy. is also
immune and has been all his life.
The case is one which might be
profitably investigated by physicians
and scientific men. A few such eases
have been told of before, but vaguely
and indefinitely, but this is vouched for
by such undeniably good and reliable
authority that there can be no possible
doubt of its truth.
The informer is positive thafthe pof
son fangs of the snakes exhibited had
not been extracted, and he is,equall,)
positive that there was no deception
practiced. After submitting 'to the
bites the man and the boy both showed
their hands and legsr and the-small
punctures with the blood eluding
therefrom were seen by doxni of peo
ple. Whutever the power possessed" by
this abnormal pair, there is no q'uef
tion as to the poisonous character of
the snakes, nor of the fact that they
bite their keepers, and that th bite'v
were absolutely innocuous.
Coat of Letter lu Chlo.
China has- still the old-fashioned
system of private letter carrying.
Letter shops are to be found- In every
town. If he has a letter to send the
Chinaman goes to a letter shop and
bargains with the keeper thereof. He
pay6 two-thlrd of the cost, leaving
the receiver to pay the rest on delivery.
WOMAN'S MODEL V&LAGE,
A tmall Maryland Town Which Work
ot thw Pair SvxHua Rendered
Camden, a village in Maryland, taken
on pardonable pride in the activities of '
its women s organizations. TJio pop
ulation is, about S-uO. Public improve
ments, philanthropies, of various kinds
and patriotic movements hae been cur
ried on for a number of years, until to
day the village is a modi 1 in beauty
public spirit and freedom from vexed
questions, says an eastern exchange.
The united organizations about three
years ago undertook to improve For
est park, the wooded retreat to which
all flock in the warm weather. A
broad avenue was laid out and im
proved, running the entire length. A
rustic pavilion, adapted admirably to
its surroundings, was built and liber
ally equipped with benches and tables.
Xext an artistic baud stand was-built,
where now the village band may be
teen and better heard than formerly,
lu 1890 a village library was organized
by Mrs. V. J. Frisbie.' Forty ladies
pledged themselves tdjpay $1 a year as
a membership fee, aid the flrst year
ly fees then subscribed started the
movement. To-day th'ere is a .eircula t
Ing library of over SJ.lOO volumes in the
village, managed and maintained by
the women, and the sum of $1,700 is in
bank as a nucleus for a building fund.
In addition to this the club women gave
a further stimulus to. the intellectual
life of the village by providing each
winter a course of lectures on topics.of
interest, delivered by wll-known au
thorities'. Comparatively few freezing, cage's
are known as yet west of the Missl.
sippi, but there is no doubt ihit
many will be discovered in time, as
freezing caverns are not an uncom
mon phenomenon, says an exchange.
oome or xnese freezing caverns
incorrectly termed ice caves are Tery
large. In the one at Dobsina, Hun
gary, there is a masa of ice about
110 yards long, 65 yards wide and at
least 15 yards deep.
The formation and retention of
subterranean ice always seems mys
terious at flrst, but it is in reality a
simple matter. In freezing caves the
entrance ia always libove the body
of the hollow and (he cold air of
winter sinks down ifito the hollow,
and on account of its weight is not
easily displaced by the lighter warm
air of spring or summer. The cold
of winter thus permeates the hol
low, and when thawing snows or
spring rains supply djip. water to the
cave the cold within freezes the drip
into a mass of ice. in some cases
large enough to last through the fol
lowing summer. There are- at .least
four other theories in regard to the
formation of underground ice, but
they do not stand the test of observa
tions. Forfeiture Notice.
To William Evans, your heirs or aselgus;
You are hereby notified that one hundred
dollura was expended in labor und Improve
ment upon the Night Hawk Lode In order
to hold the nuld premises under th0 provi
sions of Section 2321, Revised Statute of the
United States, beinv the amount required to
hold the same for the year ending December
31, 1899, and If within ninety days ufcer .this
publication you fall or refuse to contribute
your proportion ot such expenditure as a
co-owner your interest in sum claim w
co-owner your interest In said
become the property of the subscriber' un
der said Section 2324.
IUkky H. McMann.
First publication Sept. 12 1900.
ftfrest Lieu Selection No. 107.
ITmi , i?r CviTca I.. Mil I lvKTnv.
T0C8ON. Arizona. July 14.1900. t
Notice U hereby given that John H. I
Slaughter, svhose postofflce address- ls-Bls
Slaughter, svhoge postofflce address insula-'
bee. Cochise county. Arizona. hn nmde bd-i
imce addreia- i-.nia-1
ullcution to velect under the Act of June 4,
trHctss StBt" t,,e Mlowia d7w,be,J I
Fir.ii -w sore. un8urveyed(on.wet lone
Stein's IVnk, in Utmdnlupc canyon, Cochise!
county Arizona, in wliat will bo T. US., ii.
S2-K., (. und S. ii. II. bud M. The Initial Dolnt
I ninrklnif center of trnct li a waste pipe iu
I eeiiterof mnnll rock and cement dam In a
sniull side cuuyou leadlutr northwest into
I Uui:duliic cuuyoti. from which Initial point
I monument No. 73 of boundary between U.S.
?"uwelw uourss.ouoeff.zo mm., y. ao
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Second 10 acres, unsurveyed.on wott alone i
Stein' I'eali, Cochise county, Arizouat in I
,, I.Ul nil. uu . fci-kj.. A., vm-m. v.. ,.. ,kj. A.. M. .UUHUbl'lU .U.IUVIUU lis. .,,. UUIIIDVO,
and U. The initial point marking center of 11 a -ir. min on at
tract Is a crosa about 8 In. lontr between il5 i V - 1 M ,f.nai
otters Sch Uoled on a ooment rock, situate , Beginning at corner no. 1, ideutnal
on the breuk of flat above bottom of Syca- with BOUthwest corner 01 the locatl in.
mttm nrua r iilimlt rt tnllu Un niviolr frAin
housA Known ua "Old Smith Rant-he." Prom
said initial point white oak tree ' ft. diam
eter hears N. 26 dee. miu., E, 8 ft., scribed
"S. S. ranch Iu. Pt. B. T." N. K. cor.' ruins
ndohc hriiiue 12x10 ft. bears S. 79 deij. 10 min
iy IU1I1.. ,
scribed "H.T." bears N.bs deg-. so vaiii,v;.ii
ft. WhiteoaktreeH in. dlnmeter, center
W. 391 11. WhitQoak tree 12 in. dlftinetero. o oeara aouiu.o ueg. uo uim. euai,
s.'cldei;.K. about w mile, S. 43 deg. 4S min. t corner no. 2, ii pine post iu mound of
w.nhoutMrailc.bdeir. so mli:iv.' about i atones, scribed 3-1186 W. T.D. and 2
IFiteSSM $&& ,' 13331 thenco north 60 deg. 38 min. east '
ini: Snti BernardTuo valley bear s. tw diir. 44 . 600 feet to corner NO. 3, a pino post in
min., w. &S77 ft. From said locating inonu- m0und of stones scribed 3-1333; thenco
LtM&llJtttlwBth 37 deg. 26 min. east 1500 feet to
nicnt No. 77 of boundnry between U. S.' and corner No. 4, a pino post with mound of I
Mexico heursS. 57 deg-. 8 ndn.. W. approxi- atones scribed i-1333; thenco south 60 ,
'TNMth'in the next thirty da,, from the date deg. 38 min. west 600 feet to comer NO.
of thollrut iiuLlicatlonof this notice protcatg 1, the place of beginning,
or contejt against tho selection oti the Total and net area Sweepstake. lode .
Kiomul that the land detoribed, or any por- nmcxanaa
l... tt.ap.iif la Mini, vnliinl.li. Ini- Wu raltir.,.. V.ttO llICa.
nid than asriouitura! purposes, wiufb re-,
celved and noted for renort to theUonimii-
Nuiucr ui ine ucuerui uuu uuu-r,
MILTON H. MooitK, lit;lter
Klrsit publication Julv 17 1900. '
MINING APPLICATION NO. 720.&SaiJl&.
nn-M No. ia.1. eral deposit being shown upon the plat
United States Land Office ) I
Tucson, Abizona, August 15, lltyo. )
notice is hereoy given tnat lnpurau
anco of. the United Stated mining'laws
tho Copper Queen Consolidated Min
ing company, a. corporation orgauized
under the laws of the state of Now
York, by its agent, Walter Douglas,
whoso post office addresd is Bisbeo,
Cochise county, Arizona, has made ap
plication for patent for 1331 line.ar.feet
of tho Morning Stur lodo mining claim
situated on uusurveyed land, VyaVren
Mining Distriot, Cochiso county; Ter
ritory of Arizona, ua described by tho
oUlciul nlat herewith posted, und byJ
tho Held uotes on me in tno orcce or
fl... Puirlaf,,. nf till. ITllltAll Hljlt ('!. )ITI(1
!wn.., nut, T.n,i ninfrint 'iWnmii Arl.
zona, us follows,, to-wlt:
Magnetic variation for ull courses l'J '
! jo., ijo min east.' '
i liogluniug at comer No. 1, idttltical )
with corner No. 2 survey No. SSljMam". J
I moth lodo, und wlthcorner No.t2 sur-
I vey 801 Now York lode, a pine post in I
I mound of stones scribed Mammoth M. ,
C No. 'J, U-801 X. Y. and M33I,,
'whence U. S. Mineral AlMunntl
No. 4 boaru north 43 deg. 10 inin
wo6t 1005 foot; thonco north GO deg. 54
min. eaet ou liuo '2-3 survey No. 801
New York lode 48.5 feet to corner No.
2, identical with coruor no. 4 survey No.
J.050 Little New York lodo, a piuo post
In moiled of stoues scribed 4-1050 L. N.
Y. and 2-1331: thence south 41 deg. 49
miu. oast on lino 4-3 survey no. 1050
Little New York lodo 473.5 feet to cor
ner no. 3, a pine post iu mound of
stones scribed 3-1050 L. N. Y., 1-1347
and 3-1331; thonco south 33 deg. 37
min. east on line 1-G survey 1347 Vir
ginia lodo 085.5 feet, corner no. 0 sur
vey no. 1347 Virginia lode: 840.5 feet to
corner no. 4, a pino post in mound of
stones scribed 4-1331; thence south 50
dog. 39 min, west 278.2 feet to corner
no. 5, a pine post in mound of stones
scribed 5-1331; thence south 01 deg. 10
miu. west on liuo 5-3 survey no. 1020
Hardecrable lode, 254.9 foet to corner
no. 6, a pine post in mound of stones
Bcribed H. S. M. No. 3 and 0-1331;
thence north 17 deg. 47 min. west 407.3
feet to corner no. 7, a pino post in j
mound ot stones scribed 7-1331; thence
south 08 deg. 42 tain, west 05 feet to
corner no. 8, a pine post in mound of
stones scribed 8-1331; thonco north 47 j
deg. 21 min. west 011 feet to corner no.
9, a pino post iu mound of stones
scribed 9-1331; thence north 48 deg. 04 ! -
miu. we-ai. iii- teot to corner no. iu, a
pine post in mound of stones scribed
10 1331; thence north 50 deg. 39 min.
east 5r0.9 feet to corner no. 1, the place
Total and net area of the Morning
Star lode, 15.62 acres.
The said mining claim being of rec
ord ii the office of the Recorder of
Cochia county, at Tombstone, in tho
county and territory aforesaid, in book
2, page 429, Records of Mines.
The presumed general course of di
rectbn of the said Morning Stur lode or
t mineral deposit being shown upon the
plat posted herewith, us near as can be
determined from present develop-
ments, this claim being for south 34
deg. 50 min. east 040 feet to corner no.
5, north 31 deg. 50 miu. west 199 foot,
thence north 41 deg. 20 miu. west 492
foet from discovery shaft, totul 1331
I linear feel thereof, together with the
I surface groimd shown upon tho official
plat posted herewith, the said vein,
, lode and mining premises hereby
sought to bo patented being bounded
as follows to-wit: On the north by sur-
vey no. 354 Mammoth lode and survey
, no. 801 Now York lode; on the east by
survey 1050 Little New York lodo and
survey no. 1347 Virginia lode, all
claimed by Copper Queen Consolidated
1 Mining company; on tho south by sur
vey no. 1020 Hardsorable lode, the
South Bisbee Mining and Development
company claimant; on the west by the
, Del Norte lode claim, unsurveyed;Tom
Higgins claimant; the Galena lodo
1 claim, uusurveyed, the Lowell &. Ari
zona claimant; and tho Black Jack
i lode, unsiu'veyed, tho Copper Queou
i Consolidated Mining company and W.
; M. Kendall claimant. The said claim
being designated as mineral survey no
, 1331 iu tho official plat posted here-
I Any and all persons claiming ail-
; versely the mining ground, vein, lode,
mining claim or surface ground are re
quired to fllo their adverse claims with
i the Register of the United States Laud
Office at Tucson, in the Territory of
Arizona, during the sixty days period
of publication hereof, or they will bo
barred by virtue of tho provisions of
MILTON R. MOORE, Register.
First publication Aug. 17, 1 900.
Last publication Oct. 10, 1900.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 72l
survey No. isw
United States Land Offiob, (i
Tucson, Abizona, August 15, 1900. j
Notice ia hereby given that in pur-
auanoe ot the United States mining I
laws the (Jopper yueen Consolidated
Mlnlntr cntnnnnv. n finrnornt.inn nrrrnn. I
taA nnHm. fhn Inwo f f,n afn f
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New York, by its agent, Walter Jjouy-
las, whose post office address is lHsbee,
Coohise county, Arizona, has mado ap-
pnoauon ror patent lor law nuear leet
of the Swoepstako lode mining cluiin,
situated on uusurveyed land, Warren
district, Cochiso county, Territory of
Arizona, as described by tho official
plat herewith posted, and by the field
notes on me in tho oulce ot the Kegis
A Al T!1. J r, i. A T , -,.!-
ier or cno unuea oiaies uaua uaico,
Gila land district, Tucson, Arizona, as
rr. . """"t -v", fvi..v.u, o
1 tt-rtrw ivirn r.r.w.n.1.. i'r. -r uimmm i.. . ..... .
O.A14. UfcU VV1UBI 11VJ, W OUA f V J .IV. ilUU 1
,ITua mnj nn i,i : 4. '
111. n . .... ,.ni,
UUllO lUUCUlDCi 1UUV. U IHUV JUOl;
in mound of stones scribed 2-1186 W
T. D , and 1-1333, whence U. S. M. M.
ft'i i. r i rn .i i.
2356 feet distant; thonce north 37 deg.
26 min, we8t. 0n lino 2-3 survey NO 1186
'White Tailed Deer" lodo 1600 foot to
The said mining claim being of reo
nnl in Dm nfllno nf fhn T?pnrdoi. nf i
Coohise county, at Tombatone, in thojTlIVJClIlUIU VJclldcl
county anuxerniory aioresaiu, in oook
1 6, page 006, Record of Mines. Tho pre-1
bumuu geuurm cuurao ur uiruuiiuu ui
posted herewith as near as cun bo do-
terminod from present developments,
this claim beinc for north 37 deer. 26
iniu. west U&2 feet, and south 37 deg.
26 min. ea&t 68 feet from discovery
shaft, total 1500 linear feet thoreof, to
gother with the surface ground shown
upon me ouiciux piub pobveu ueruwnu,
the said vein, lode and mining prom-1
ises hereby sought to be patented be-
iug bounded as follows to-wit: On the)
southwest by survey no. 1180 "White I
-Tailed Deer" lode, tho Copper Quoeu
Consolidated Mining compuuy claim-,
ant. There are no other known ad-
Any and all persons claiming nu-
versely any portion of said lode, miu-1
ItiLF claim or surface ground are re
ouli ed to fllo their udverso claims with
tho Register of tho United States Laud
Office at Tucson, in the Territory of
Arizona, during the sixty dnys period
of publication hereof, or they will be
barred by virtue of the provisions of
MILTON li. MOORE, Register.
First publication Aug. 17, 1000.
Last publication Oct. 16, 1900.
JMPKOVHD OKDKU OV KE1
Ml. COCHlSIi Tribe No. 7..
meet every Thursday evoritntr
int the Opera Houf-e Hull VU
litirn; brothers cordially invi
ted. .fumes A. Cniiipbell.SneJiHiii
John Munch. C. of K.
Dr. iwliniiniKoii. Medicine Man.
WAKUKN CAMP NO.
W WOODMKN OF T
wuttiaJ, meets every
second and fourth Monday
at the operu house. Vis-1
ithiK members cord I u 1 1 y
.1 A. MILDER, C. C.
r V. JOHNSTON Sec.
PERFECT ASHLAK LODGE No. 12, ,
1 F. & A. M. Meets flrst Thursday
of each month. Visiting broth- -ren
cordially invited to attend. I
G C. Wahnkr. W. M.
L. Buown, Secretarv.
T ANDMAHK CHAPTER Ni
-' It. A. M. Regular Coiwi
tioiu third TiiRHcinv in .,li
month, 8:15 p. m. Visiting com- l
pnnlons in good standing kindly
V. . STILES. H., P.
FltANK .1. GHAF, Soc.
QUEEN LODGE NO. 6, A. i
O. IJ. V., meets every I
Saturday evening. Vis- ;
itintf brothers conlinlly
Alfred Godfrey. W. M.
Richard Humphrey, Kec.
II V. l'ruwr Financier.
pjiSBEE LODGE NO. 10. I. O.- O.
- F., meets every Wednesday
ceuiu?. Visiting brothers
cordially invited to attend.
ALPKED UODKHKY, N. G.
UlIlI.E Markh, R. S.
wcutiesuu) oi me
month, Vi si tint;
inombers are cor
Fkbp Fckm. Secretary.
CURRY & CO,
Dealer" in Drv (joodH. Cirori'ii-H
Ilanl.vure, Hootn unil SIioi-p.
r'urclniMinu and Forwarding A.i-ii p
Oiifltom JIouph HrokerH.
Pies. Doughnuts, (.'iUet, etc.
French Hestnu: ant Meals Served in
Thos. Pinelll Maco, Arizona
( Cof f ee
The best for
J) Morning, Noon
h , .
W aild Night.
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USfKI Ut LU.. NAf.fL A.
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fA A rif.
LttS CrCS igTOjQ?
Specialties in French Goods
and a Larg- Assortment oi
, -, .-. T...
TAKE A HACK
Ed Price who has a Ilacki
ready at all hours, meets all !
Trains. Orders may bo left '
at New England Kitchen
Your Putronajje Solicited
A Ia m jrm j- m m my
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
La riorita, Sonora, Hexico
S NAVARRO, PROPRIETOR
Tho Choicest Cuts of tender and
well-led Beef, Mutton, Suusago,etc
PROPERTY LOOKED AFTi
Bis!tff lf16 Co
Itlsbea Rill Postintr Co.
Bisbeo Bill Posting Co.
C. U. flASON. MnKcr
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
jfcaier m v atencs, viocks, )
Spectacles, Stationery, Wallpaper, etc. i
Kcpnimie Neimy Done j
MAIN STREET, - BISBEE, ARIZ.
!-,-, -.. t,., st , '
iff rW 1
; Bisbee Drug go.
RETAIL . ot .
PAINTS AND OILS
-Main St. Mrs. A. W. Strumm, Crop.
First-Class Kestauraut. Hoard by the
Day, Week or Month.
Day and NiRht
Main St., above
RLPAIHS AND lltMS
' - BICYCLtS
oelt worlis Key flt
tiiiK a specialty. Gun,,
locks, sewing machines
and lilcjoles repaired.
RAMBLER BICYCLES SOLD
Z. J. STAGHER.
Contractor und Builder.
Estimates Furnished On all Kin
BRICK WORK A SPECIALTY-
Leave orders at Khnititcli' Lumber Yard
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Estimates of Buildings
OFFICE: J. H. JACK LUMBER CCMPAfir
EASTMAN'S KODAKS M
Pho'fographio Supplies. Developing
and Printing at Lowest liatert. Sat
C. P HART & CO.
Open Day and SJiglit
Short Orders a Specialty
Meals served to families
Whitehead & Marched, Proprietors.
0. K. MARKET
J-IRST CLASS IMIOliNIX B13EF,
Mutton, Pork "lid Veal. Sausage, for
eign and (lomiht.ie, constantly on hand.
0. It. STRfCT, Ot'P. CAUfttTTO'S
A. BAUER Proprietor
Bisbee Candy Kitchen
Fresh Candies Uverv Dav
Ice Cream, So,la Water,
I.emouudi). Milk Shalies.
A 1 Cold Drink for 5 Cents
Nejir liaelovlcli'.s Store. Clounlnir
done In new Dry Process. Gents' ..Suit
cleaned, ulu l.adtes' klt ts. WaKti, filoWA
and Kilibon II .ts u siM-ehtitr
City Uarber Shop
Bntd Room 3114! Porcelain Tubs
C. K. BARNUM Zlr
Baggage and txpress
Handled With Core. - -
Lcnve orders with S. K Williams. Tel. No
Theo. F. fletz, Prop.
Office ami work, Tombstone and TtUbe.
Soda Wuter, urtupurillu, U inter A e, ' hte.
Orders fro'u abroad will recohe nrompt at
tention. Ordei-H for the city of tilsbee wilt
bodellprcd free without roluy, ramllyor
Bisliee Assay Oiiiee.
All Work Guaranteed
Or Money Refunded.
Kodak Pictures I
Ofilce. Nob Hill.
ALf - OILMAN - . Proprietor
BISBEE CASH FRUIT STORE
ice Cream and Soda Water
! Rweef V.ni, rtfSnt,fe tf
Geo. Dorflinger Prop.
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J. C. RAl
New England' ',
Kitchen ... " '
1& II Kill
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