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C300HISE EEVIBW : TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOBEE 16, 1900
Straw rides, Horseback Rides, Boating,
Fishing, and Hunting and doing
nothing In the country makes you
HUNGRY AND THIRSTY
Hut II. Collmnnn of the Itrcwcry Cafe willserve
you. Come and nee his new receive!
UIRBCT IMPORT lil
Delicacies from nearly every part of the globe. Gotha Cer
velat, Gotha Truffle Liver. Strassburper Goose Liver Truffle,
Italian Salami, French Lyouese, Wiemar Mettwurst, Frank
furter and Wiener, Sauerkraut and Horseradish, Pomerania
Boneless Goosebrcasts, Westphalia Ham, Pips Feet, Lubecker
Sausage to be fried), Pates de Foie Gras, Tongue, Felton
Ruben and Mixed Vegetables in Cans, Boston Baked Beans,
Heinze's Pork and Beans in Tomatoes, Bismark Delicacies
and Pickled Holland Herrings, Cavier Neunaugen (fish), Dill
and sour Pickles, Swiss, Llmburger.Rocquefort.Liederkrauz,
Koppen and Swiss Krauter Cheese. French Sardines and the
finest Russian Sardelles, Eels in jelly, also Smoked Eels and
Salmon; Gooseliver PuVry, Westphalia Pumpernickel in Tin
Cans, Fresh Oysters, Anheuser Busch Beer and fine Table
Wines on hand.
You are respectfully invited to call at the Brewery Cafe
and see for yourself.
T. H. Lewis of St Louis was in town
R. H. Robinson of Don Lewis was in
town last evening
S.' E. Knapp of Los Angeles is a
visitor at the Anguls.
A. S. Abbot of Los Angoles is a
guest at the Angius Hotel.
Leon Chamberlain, of Morenci is a
guest at the Norton House.
William Murphy the custom man at
Naco arrived here last evening.
Mr. and Mr. James Nolan of Los
Angeles are at the Norton Hotel.
W. C. Perris of Bensou arrived in
town yesterday on a business trip.
The Copper Queen people are mov
ing into their new store at Naco.
Mr. Marmelejo left yesterday ou a
visit to his fath r at San Pedro.
Mrs. McNeel of Naco was among' the
visitors at Hotel Angius last Sunday.
In making your holiday presents
don't forget to see Kenkel the jeweler.
S. Clement of the Cananeas is in
.town and can be found at the Norton.
William Jappel and James Maddocks
are in Clifton and have rooms at the
Henkelr'the jeweler, has now a splen
did display,! choice jewelry in his
window, .f"- ol2-tf
.Harris, the tailor, only charges $2
to clean a suit of clothes, Tombatone
canyon. ' tf
Brother Studley will preach in the
opera house next Sundav evening at
J. M. Nidilfen or Hanford, California
arrived in town Sunday, and located
at the Angius Hotel.
We find Henkel, the jeweler, carrys
the finest line of watches, jewelry, etc,
in the city. ol2-tf
The grand ball in aid of the Gal
veston fund takes place Friday night
and should be largely patronized.
To Let Three large rooms on Brew
ery avenue, suitable for residence or
offlc. Apply at the Besaemer.oclG 2w
Miss Leo and Miss Lemon have re
turned to Pearco after visiting Mrs.
Gibson and other friends In Bisbee.
R. V. Daniels of Naco waa in town
last evening. He reports that famous
border town as prosperous and pro
gressive. Proapero Sandoval and Henry Levine
came in from Nogales, yesterday, they
are interested in a cattle deal in this
Emll Marks has purchased the inter-
, est of Ed. Wittig in the well known )
City barber shop and is now the sole
owner of the business. I
Notice The public are earnestly re
quested to cover all private water pipes
exposed to frost on their premises.
Bisbee Water and Coal Co. ol lm
Professor Hard a noted Colorado and
Sonora and all round American mining
man, is in town looking after his mine
uintters in this region.
The elegant property known as the
Tribolet orchard has been laid oft into
lots, and the same are now for sale by
J. T. Hood at' the bank of Bisbee.
The Catholic fair, from the flm day
to the last, will bo one round of enjoy
ment. A varletypf-'lnteresting items,
each evening having its own particu
The dancer on the 19th given in the
cause of the Galveston sufferers will
secure a patronage at once gratifying
to its promoters and beneficial to the
important reason of its taking place.
Tea Garden Drips.
Is a sugar syrup of highest quality;
once used, always wanted; deliciously
sweet, makes taffy candy to perfection;
manufactured by Pacific Coast Syrup
Co., 707-719 Sansome St., San Fran
RICH HAVE HARVEST DANCE.
Iatratlas; and Fnn-Provolclar Fes
tival Given by Mr. Tinh.
The crowning event of the eeoson
of 1900 at Newport took place the
other night a "harvest festival
dance" and it fell to the lot of Mrs
Stuyvesant Fish to give this function.
Previous to the dance Mrs. Herman
Oelrich3, who was associated with
Mrs. Fish in the arrangement for
the dance, gave a dinner to 118 guest
at Hose Cliff. As soon a the dinner
was over the guests entered the car
riages and automobiles and the jour
ney to Crossways was begun. At the
gateway of Crossways, surmounting
the two massive stone posts, were two
huge mock pumpkins made into "Jack
o' lanterns," each one 12 feet in cir
cumference and inside were brilliant
calcium lights All the trees and
shrubbery about the grounds were
brilliantly illuminated) by twinkling
The peasants' dance took place in
the drawing-room. All of the dancer
were dressed in the Dutch, French and
Hungarian .peasant costumes.
Fun was added to the affair by the
harvest offerings presented to Mr.
Fish by the guests as they entered
the villa. Mrs. Oelrich had a duck
under her arm, Harry Lehr a suckling
pig, Mrs. Belmont a shanghai rooster,
Mr Dolan a gander, Mrs. Ladenburg
a chicken, and other guests had vege
tables of all descriptions. At the end
of the procession, and to cap the cli
max, appeared Herman Oelrich
truggling with a calf.
LOST IN A GREAT CAVE.
Xote Posad In a Bottle Purporting to
Be boa Hopslesa Wi
While Will Eussell, a on of Chief of
Police Frank Eussell, of Bedford, Ind.,
and two other young men, named
Orin Scisco and Nester Stevenson,'
were exploring a cave on the farm of
aman named Kern, yt miles south
west of Bedford, the other day, they
discovered a mysterious note, which,
if true, reveals the awful death of
an unknown man.
After going quite a dUtance back
in the cave, which ia said to be about
three mile in extent, a bottle was dis
covered at the top of a high precipice
in an indentation in the rocks, and
wai held in place by mud which had
been daubed around it. 'lne bottle
contained a note, which read a fol
low: "Have been lost hero since Sunday, De
cember 20, 1S93. It Is now 10:26 p. m., Decem
ber 25 Am hungry and last oil all gone.
' "JAKE OLDEN. Lincoln. Neb."
One the back of the note was writ
ten; "Tell my friends I died happy.
"J KE "
The bottle was of a quart size and
had contained coal oil. as the note
was saturated with it,
The young men made a thoiough
search for anything that might lead
to an explanation of the mystery, but
they were unable to go beond the
precipice upon whh:h the bottle was
found The depth of the deeliwH
teemed to be about 50 feet, uad w.i
ter could be plainly heard falling in
the depths below "
On May IS, 1891, James Corbin mid
Martin Hansford undertook to ex
plore this cave and were lost through
their light going out, and it was ouh
after many hours of hard labor and
perseverance that they regained the
Whether the note was wutten by
some one who was really lost or as. a
joke is a mystery, but it is certainly
possible that one cou.d enter tint
great cave and become lost .Vsenreli
will be maae again duiing the eon.
ing week, when an attempt will be
made to descend the precipice where
the bottle was found.
HentiuR of SulMtuncei.
Water is the haidest of all sub
stances to heat, with the single ex
ception of hydrogen gas. The easiest
two are mercury and lead, which
stand in this respect on nearly the
flcnvv TJnnk T)rpol
One hundred nnd eleven of the na
tional bniA f the Tnitrd tntps hold
deposits of V 000,000 oi more each
a record that hns never been equaled
bv any other nation
Spanish and piano lessons, by gradu
ate of Snell's Seminary, Oakland, Cal.
Address Mrs. Edward Zimmerman,
Post OUice, Bisbee, Ariz. o4-tf
J Those That Have Held Champagne
Are Used Over and Over.
Forats Made QUu Bulu Htfkat
la tfca Trade latcreatlaa- Faete
About u Impurtnat Boai-
M in This Couatrr.
Does all of the American-grown
champaign go into bottles in America,
and is it sold as what it is, or does it
pretend to be of French origin?
What in particular suggests thi
question, says the Chjeago Chronicle,
is the statement recently made by a
visitor to the New York state wine
district that whatever may be said
about the wine itself, the champagne
bottle cannot be made in America. A
member of one of the leading New
York bottle manufacturers said, when
asked what he thought of this state
ment: "For ourselves, we don't try
to make champatrne bottles: beer bot
tles are more in our liqe. But I don't
believe champagne bottles can be suc
cessfully made anywhere in this, coun
try. A champagne bottle is expected
to be of a certain recognized ,green
color and a certain tapering .Yorm.
We can get the form, of course, and
we can get the color pretty nearly,
but we cannot get that brilliancy in
the glass which you find in a French
bottle, combined' with sufficient
Another manufacturer took the view
that the question of ability or in
ability to equal the French bottles
with bottles of American sand .is im
material, because the supply of second-hand
champagne bottles i fully
equal to the demand,
From these two statements Jt ap
pears that the growers of American
champagne in California, New York
and Ohio must be content with bottles
that have already done service in
bringing the wine of Rheims to this
country. A bottle dealer in New York
says that this is undoubtedly the
"This firm," he said, "is the largest
firm of bottle dealers in the United
States. We ship, even, in slack times,
from three to four car loads of sec
ond-hand champagne bottles a week
A car load is from 250 to 300 gioss."
This means, of course, about 150,000
bottles a week, or 7,500,000 bottles a
The destination of this mighty army
of bottles? The dealer begged to be
excused from giving particulars. Some
of the bottles find their way to Cali
fornia, but it was gathered that much
of the bottling is done in New York.
And the much more interesting fact
was elicited that a large number of
bottles which come to America ,as
champagne bottles degenerate tp the
base uses of beer. This is one result
of the war with Spain and the rescue
of Cuba Beer is now largely export
ed to Cuba in ex-champagne bottles
which seems to prove the assertion of
the bottlemaker that there is no de
mand for such bottles at first hand
for American-made champagne.
The enormous numbers quoted! by
the bottle dealer suggests strong re
flections, melancholy to the total'ab
stalner, on the bibulousness of this
great city. It must not be assumed,
however, that all the 7,500,000 annual
"dead men" shipped by this firm
popped their corks within the limits
of New York city. Many of these
come from other cities. But ube
greater number lie at the door', of
New York, where the janitors and
bartenders put them. Besides, Kip
ling's description of Fuzry Wuzzy
E s all ot sand and ginger when alive..
And 'e's generally shammln' when '
dead 1 1
applies in both point to a bottle of
champagne. It become a "dead man"
only to be washed in a huge whole
sale way by either the dealer or the
bottler and filled up again with "fizz"
in some mysterious way. So very like
ly the same bottle is sold'full, popped,
emptied, sold empty, washed and
filled again as often as half a dozen
times in one year. This is a tefrlble
record of giddy dissipation forMhe
bottle. It reconciles' decent Ameri
cans to the thought that such Dottles
cannot be made out of American min
eral. Award at the Pari Exposition.
Forty two thousand even hundred
and ninety -exhibitors out of 75;531
have received awards at the Paris ex
position. The United States obtained
1,981 awards, of these 20 were grand
prizes, 466 gold medals, 583 silver med
als, 422 bronze medal, 270 honorable
mentions, and a long list of gold, sli
ver and bronze medals of collabora
tors In the last exposition only 1,000
prizes, including those for collabora
tors, were given. The prizes were a
follows: Orand prizes, 55; gold med
als, 214; silver medals, 300; bronze
medals, 246; honorable mentions,' (229.
The names of those who received
grand prizes or gold medals have been
made public. Scientific American.'
The sprightly summer girl came out
in a new role at Kockaway Beach, New
York, the other day. Shortly after mid
night two alarms rang, and the pine
volunteer hose companies at the beach
Started on run for the Bockaway
Beach Gas Light company's building,
which were ablaze. Only four of he
members of the Oceana hose respond
ed for duty, but they bravely tackled
the job of hauling the heavy truck
down the boulevard. They had gone
but & few hundred yards when they
wre ready to drop from exhaustiop
A crowd of young women- in front of
the Seaside house noticed the pradica
.rnent of the Oceana company.
"Come on, girls," shouted t pritty
young woman in a superb evehtag
gown, running out to the truck and
catching hold of the line. Hr ex
ample was followed by twoacor girls,
who ran with the truck to the oene
of the fire and bravely assisted ia ad
justing the hose for business.
A Plonwuro to
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE GO.
MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORGE AND
BOILER WORKS ALL GLASSES OF MININC MACHINERY
Write for K.tiniiti'
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
El Paso, Tkxas
M.i .muNriN real estate' mne broker
Houses and Lots Bougnt and Sold on Commission.
Houses for Ren.. Mcney Loaned XXX
OFFICE: ANGIUS BUILDING, ROOM 3, BISBEE, A. T.
THE COUNT OF THE -COUPONS
WINNER OF STOVE TO
COUPONS TO HER CREDIT.
THE OTHER CONTESTANTS
AND THEIR VOTES ARE AS
Nathaly Larsen '.
Jessie Weiss X
Addie Wittig '...Jlh
COPPER QUEEN STORE
Bank of Bisbee
Ben Williams J. S. Douglas
J. B. Anojus V. H. Bbophy
M. J. Cunningham
Foreljm xchane and Telegraphic Tranifers to all Parts of the World. Ac
counts of Individual, Flrnn and Corporations solicited. Matters entrusted to
our core will receive prompt attention. Mexican money bought and sold. Agency
for Maw Zealand Fire Insurance- Compuuy.
t1KlrJK9 "&& TK0 IO0'SJKt
N opportunity eoldom had,
gotten. We are offering some special bargains la this
line at less than matorial price, the cost of making and
trimming, not considered. Ladies' Black Silk Taffeta
Waists, handsomely trimmed and tucked, at $1.50; Fancy col
ored at 86.50. Others Bold In proportion. You vill havo to see
them in order to appreoiate this matchless offering.
In tiomesruue, Venitlan and Zobollno Cloths, the prettiest
ever fhv.vu heie, bavo just arrived. Come and eeo them.
V. H. Bbophy, President
J. S. Dodqlas, Vice-President
M. J. Cunningham, Cashier
an advantage very rarely to bo
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Imported Liquors and Cigars
1 Tree Coinage
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5 Wines, Liquors
.IFine Cigars I
MAIN ST.. OPPOSITE CAVC.YN. ip
iattttinger Bros. $ (Ubite
A PLEASANT RESORT
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
Can Can Building Main Street
DAWSON & LEONARD,
MAIN ST. PROPRIETORS
Harris & Greener
Dealers in Wives, Liquors and
Maill Street Opposit Public Library
Oiip inllctllou mwii In the Cool
CottoiiHiioiU Cull onco unci you
will .ilmajHcoiiiu utuin.
BISBEE, - - - ARIZONA
LETS0N & WIIALEV, Proprietors.
FINEST ' , ,
BEER and CIGARS
Main Street, Bisbee, Arizona.
On Draught Conitnutly on Hatid.3
Klne Imported mid Domoulo
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Tour patronage KpsppoiiII) Solloltnl
I Hrewory Axoniin HUheo Arlxoim.
! Miner's Saloon
; Wines, Liquors and Genre
B. M. Vocuvich, Brewerv Avenue
St Louis Beer Hall
L. C. Shattuck, Prop.
Finest Brands of
AND CIGARS . . .
Agent for Anheuier-Duioh
Wholesale) and Retail.
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