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C0CHI8B BBVIBWJ: TH&DA:X EVENING. NOVEMBBB J. 1900
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Published Every Evening, , Except
THE BISBEE NEWS COMPANY.
V. R. N. GRBAVnS, EDITOR
Euteret' at the Postofflco at Bisbee,
Ariz., as second-class mail matter.
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editorial matter should be addressed to
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BISBEE, ARIZ., NOV. 1. 1000.
SAVE ER0M EIRE.
Tho chemical fire extinguisher which
was presented for the consideration of
the public, and which can be purchased
at cost price, has been received ii
large' numbers at the Copper Queen
The possession in the homes of out
people of this fire extinguisher was
urged in our columns on fovmor occa
lions, for the reasons given that it is an
undoubted success as a fire extinguish
er, that it adds materially to the safetj
of tho home and business house, and
that it promotes the opportunity o'
securing fire insurance, aroattor which
is'now again before the people and on
which account surveys are being made
It is really worth the serious consid
eration of our people.
All tho arguments tend in favor of
the use of this really wonderful and yet
simple extinguisher and a striking ex
ample has been put before us of its
utility when its prompt use saved this
town from u catastrophe, tho extent oi
which mutt essentially -have been ter
rible. Thk Young Men's Democratic Olul
will receive full and complete national,
territorial and county returns over their
special leased wire on Tuesday night
at their club room. A big blackboard
with the names of all candidates and
precincts in the county, has been put
up in (he club room, and' all returns
will be marked up as fast as received,
and everybody can see how each candi
date is running. A'n udmission feo of
one dollar will be charged all who are
not members. This will be a good op
portunity for the citizen to quietly
watch the progress of the great elec
tion without crowding or trouble.
The city of Kenosha, Wis., has been
stirred to its profoundest depths, A
Miss Merrill of Chicago has descended
on that city and is organizing the
young men into an association for the
promotion of Marriage. Each young
man is to pay into a common fund $100,
after which the marriage promoter is
to see that he is happily married in the
shortest space of time. She has al
ready secured the signature of ten
youths to become charter membeis,
and the enterprise promises the most
MORRELL IS LAUD DISAPPEARS
Bltkar It Naycr Kxtited or It Ha
Smalt Beneath the Water
of the Pacific.
..The United States hydrographic of-'
flee is about to wipe .Morreli island oft
the face of the map. Morreli island
dos not at present rear its head abore
the water of the Pacific.
As a matter of fuct, remarks the New
York Hun, there may be hundreds of
just fcueh Islets as .Morreli island was
first described as being whose ' exist
ence is. not indicated on the best of
mariners' charts. In some portions of
the Pacific, the officials of the hydro
graphic ofiice state, vessels never go.
Of course it is impossible' to make the
definite statement that there is any
spot in the ocean which has never been
paused by some vessel at some time, but
the chuuees are vastly against either
sailing vtViel or steamer having ex
plored a great portion of the waters of
the mghtiest:of oceans.
Again, there are undoubtedly a num
ber of islands charted on the maps
which exist only on paper. The
sailing vessels which first explored
the Pacific were manned by small
crews and carried abord them most
imperfect chronometers. On many
occasions they did not stop when they
came in the vicinity of land, but sim
ply recorded in a more or less careless
fashion the fact that the vessel had
sighted an island of such and such size
st the latitude and longitude in which
the captain thought hu was sailing.
Cant. Davenport, of the hydrographic
office, states that mirages which ap- j
pear from time to time in those scasi
have often been recorded as actual
land. He says that many of the Pacific
islands now chartered will turn out to J
ue nutuiug more man misiiuie in me
vision of careless navigators.
Capt. Morrull stated in the account of
his voyage that he had slghtfd the is
land in latitudo 29 degree? 57 minutes
north and longitude 174 degrees 31
mlniutes east. The whaler's captain
describes the island as being about
four miles in circumference, lint, and
so low as to hf nearly IpvpI with the
ttMifii ftMnHniWtm TitffrTtfffnFjIlfnfr' fffifti iif'rsVian'S rr 1 THmJrTmnVllnBttrlk i"ifr,TTBrTMff fffcy r Vi wilr"irTlTrWTiTftrWiJnrrTiK
water. Exit-ailing uruum! it wev'e reefsi
for about 15 miles in the west and 30
tfinilev in thf snnthprlv direction. An
other ery small island was repoVted a
being close to the greater one.
Tho time was July, 1825, and at the
season green turtle were 'to be found in
As no one has ever reported the island
in the location mentioned) Capt. lJaten
port isof the opinion that eithefit hu
sunk beneath the waters of theocean
and completely disappeared or that
Capt. Morreli mistook his lajtltudij .He.
might well have mistaken someone' of
the Midway island or Brycc or Pearl is
land for the one he describes and have
miscalculated his locationby. a distance
of several hundred miles'. There are
many recorded instance' of mariners
of the period having made even greater
At any rate Capt. Cobb,-commanding
one of the Pacific mail steamers, states
' that he has passed over the location of
Morreli island on several occasions.
Lieut. James M. Miller, of the United
States flagship Omaha, report ed( some
time since that Capt. CaValry, ,of the
City of Peking, had caused a special
lookout to be made when he reached
this point on his way from the1 Sand
wich islands to China, but;,no trace of
the island or discolorationof -the. water
was anywhere observable. s,
The late report of a vessel.sentoiit es
pecially to look for.tbis island byjeome
of the merchants of Honolulu contains
the positive information " that itfetftfss
not exist. With thisas a basi'th'eiiy'
drographic office will' issue all 'charts
henceforth leaving bnlybljre VatVrfor
the spot whre Moreil'iisraridlsioWOr,
dicated, and Uncle Saminust'sHrike one
of? of the long list of insuiar;pos's
sions which he has aqquire'd'erf recent
years- . "'
, . J $
Srmptoros Conied br Aa'.'
A study of anger' from 'ejcperien&ss
in about 2.000 cases, collected.'frbm'r- f
liable observers, has b'een( made by G.
Stanley hall. The causes Jyr&x Ip'frny
and various, often being very, trivial,
and the physical sensations ;accomia
nying it differed greatly' with thefn
divjdual. Flushing waa'very general,
although pallor was a characteristic
in 27 per cent, of the.cases. , The heart
beats were violent," several oasesiof
death from rupture of this organ: be
ing reported, and there were'- so'nie
times peculiar sensations "in 'mouth
and throat, sometimes dizziness ';br
faintness, frequently'tears,tfandf gen
erally copious salivation, wliichmight
produce "frothing, at the.C, mouth'."
Common sounds. were animal-like c'es
in children, oaths .-and threats 'ftn
adults, while in many; cases thefthroat
was paralyzed and4here'iwas'intiblli-'
ty to speak above si whisper, or .with
out crying or trembling.,1 Butting
with the head, bmngand' 'scotching,
are noticeable in . childish
- B' ,
Cnrc for Morphine-Hahtt.
Great interest has' been atoilsed- ia-
medical circles inQermahyjVsaysA.'
Berlin dispatch to.the.London'.Chron-.;
icle, by the discovery by Dr.; .Otto. m3
lucutu, i -uaucuvDuueu, ui.aaiJcuiUB.i
creasing use of morphia; among a'con'-M
siderable section of society-'has'-'beeri'-f
lately exciting much attention, Kind
medical men have, been unable to .pre-'
scribe any efficient T remedy. It-j Is
claimed for Dr. Emmerica'Adjicorer
that it has proved infallible, in"' the
numerous cases in which it has' beeji
applied. It is distilled vegetaBlfc oil'
of intense acidity, two"or three". 'drops
of which are taken -internally daily.
After a cure, extendingjfromiJthreeitO'
six weeks, patients acquire aaintenee
loathing for the use of ,'the morphia
needle. , . "
HEALTHY BECAUSE CLEAH.
Manntaln Air' la of-tkail
loal Compoiltloa.a.Irow Ala,
Bnt Is Parw,
The only reason why mobritainair
is healthier than low air is that 'moun
tain air is c'.eaner than1 -lowl air. The
chemical composition-' of 'the) i atmos
phere differs but little, if at .ail,
wherever the sample, is taken. 'On
Pike's peak the relation of oxygen .to
nitrogen and other constituents' of the
atmosphere is the same as at-f he'leVel
of the ocean. The favorable effects.
therefore, of a change of air are.not to
be explained by any difference in .the
proportion of Its gaseous 'constituents.
One important difference, bbweyeris
the bacteriological' one. The air of
high altitudes contains "no 'micbes,'
and' is, In fact, sterile, whllelnear.'the.
ground and some' 100 feei-above'it-mo-
nnla oia nViMtiAni ' '
In the air of Chicago and
crowaea places, says tne unremiCle,
not only does the 'microbe? -"impurity
increase, but other, impurities,-
3n --- . Tf ,vk".
such as the poducts of combustion of-
coal, accrue also. Several investiga
tors have found traces of hydrdgitand.
v...u.u u;u.wviuuu JU Wc aii, BUU
esp?clally in the air of pine.'oak' 'and
birch forests. It is o .these bodies,
doubtless consisting of traces Jf Acs-,
ent!al oils, to which the curative ef
fects of certain health resorts ' aire,
ascribed. Thus the 'locality pfflri
foieyt is said to give relief in "diseases
of the respiratory tract. But all 'the
same, these tracts of essential oile'and
aromatic products must be .counted,
strictly speaking, as impurities, slnoe
tbev are not apparently necessary con
stituents of the air. As recent analy
ses havs shown, these "bodie's tend
to disappear in the alr'asJakh1gher;sl
tltude is reached, until theydiisppear
Far Annual neat or
The peasant possessor of a'pdec "of
land in the district of IUehoe,' Den
mark, pays what is believed: to"b!tli
smallest reut paid by anybody in. tht
world a single penny. The, landhjiB
been in his family for generation's and
escapes a higher rent through the act
of one of his ancestors in saving the life
of Count ftantzau r.r lis iu'ii berg castle.
ckf ckrfwDSj out
k- m..:.w. A&3 . -..T-. .'
Trad x United State wltfi C
da Showy Big Imcreaw.
TkU. XXmbU the.ract of th'JTMr
trraa Caa4 iaa Qrat ktit-
The Oftiiidian DWefetitinV-Wrtff in
iL i J a . .t-jr:77T. T ' . ,
f.yaTOTfOf, the up.ltecr.ungdom has not
-hadrthe expected eiffeefcoij; reducing the ,
.proportion, which tae United States
supplies T'of manufactures imported
into Canadian, territory. A copy'of the
UHUOUMUI JiauUiUUIUICI, JUBl. ICUCKCU
by- fhe treasury "department bureau of
the1 Upheg'Sfate'jj's' furnishing much
larger, amount ofuian4(iitur.ebJiroji
and teet.ttfaort U.BiidVifjJfdom
and-adds : sX-yV v-n. jt-j f 4
"The prepoauraa3o3F.f d xs over
' whlmlngly inHaTspjStfirioanmaa-
uiactures, ana tarin preterence in
f avar:Qf British gapds Xo .thecoatrary
t u ws. aretaklng.the, ere am. of .thabusl-
L, nesk. Is it poisJbl&hatjBrlUshymi&o
;ufaturers are a'tlrelyMinable to oom-
K pete in the Candan-Iax,ket?,, -it
ThefCianaaianvt'arinT,it,JTnu be ,r-
begnning.imtaApni, ass?; asys per
cent lew than $tbe.uiate from "other
parte oi the worldand-on. July 1, 189S,
another reduotlofi IntfaVb'rf tbVUnit-
' ed Kingdom was -med, bringing- the
total rfediioflon to'J85'.'per,-i ceut'-aa
against goods K'oomtng." from- other
parts of the wdrld.A"'r$cent announce
ment indicates .that, beginning' with
Jul1 l, 1900, & itiji' -further reduction
woiild be madesothat the rate of
uuiv oa ar.ugiss ffom tae uniieusnong-
cfom"' wcfuld 'be 93'ii3 percent. le'si'tKn
thole fron-&teiv.pax,tsfof .-the world.
, While-.the'effect'of the-tblrd'redufctipn
of iJfVi pef cent, yvhlchwe,nt into"oper
atloji July l,'.19COj cannot, yet Deleter-;
mlrid, It is practicable to compare the
import of man'ufaiitures'inito Canada
froii'tbe United. Kingdom 'and' the
United States.'refpiee.tive1ly during t.he
yeaVs. endng-Jun,-30( 1698,- 1899. and
190i, and thus dete"rmine"wtfeihfr the
advantages wh'fcb?tii'e manufacturers
of 'heUnited'Krfigdbm ,'dur'ingSthat
timb h a vajp rce.pt ib)e..eflfc4 uponib.e
' d'a from the two countries," the United
Kingdom andthe'Uriifea States.'
"Old D.,d. ifo't tiuxabla.
The teeasur-vdepaftnVeat at Waab
inh1.sredjaiatTdeedsofrcinviy aace, mortgagea.-aad aseifrnments of
"IVV.VJ "" j
record suchJpip?r,aowr.wil! not-be
X. llM8AiuiiiHOctdb,erijl:.iiB72?Jkna t-
pers executed Tf Jth,inr that period atost
be stamped when recorded. &t
n'l ' ''s t,6iDbtone,iArJ'2ona.
ATTOJSJf BV-AT;L A W
A JWMEL '
MlulV.tf LaW-b Specialty -
"U0 WPennlnmon St-, Tucson; Arli.; ..
Wiiruruutloe in all Courts of (the .Turr.Uory,
Ircus A. SMITH
I ATTOienEY-AT-LAV ,
., TUCSON, ARIZONA
Will practice in'Oistrici Court Of Coob'lW
ATTdBNJET.'AT.tAW ' -
i ' JiTUCSON.i ARIZONA,
i Will attend nil term of Court in Cochise,
"... I !. IS.
F B ANK 'j.' HIBBFOBD ixtH K. HAZ "ABD
1QENTS FOB; LAND SCRIP
.y K. CHAMBERS i
AppoLotcjonts Mode by Mail i a
i-HqB,37. .' i. A . BISjpBE
QR. J. W. PARRINCiTOM
SpcoialtUs--DlwMg of.the oral cavltjaud
irown and bridge work. All operations per-'
p A. SWEET, M. D. Tut.. No, 8
K. O. OARLKTON.M. D
A.' B. HICKMAN. M. D.
ntYSIOIANS AND SURGEONS
To th Copier Queen Consolidated Mloiim
. --.. . .,, Co..ftDd,A..AS.K.lt.U.
Office,' Rear of dJrttg Store. , ,
JU8TICE OF THE PEACE
Notary Publlo ond Conveyancer. Bill col
eating; a tpeelalt.
tbVfaet that ipdtt'sofutblearti
clis intoy"a)lada'-JrVom svt'he;"-Unlted
meaibexed, wa8(lnlS97 sojwljustea that
thejduty on article! "entering Caifada
from the UnltedKmgdioni i.s'rtnade,
iuwuiM9 fc.avuicu-ana .-
prior 'ttTJuly' l riSBK-andnonr
4T4. T--! I it'.- .-... - i
; for rtdiuniir'4uttsoujinti5i
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Arizona & South Eastern Railroad
Pacific Time one liour earlier thnu City time f"
Mill's, v. M.
B:tt) 0 Lv...UIsbee...Ar 5.1.3 1:30
6:05 13 .. South BUbee. U.o 1:22
6:12 4.0 ...DonLuU.... 51.3 ' 1:10
6:25 8.8 Nnoo Junction . 48.5 12:55
t. a 1
6:33 12.4 .... Packard.... 42.9 : 12:43
:52 19.4 ....Baunlnsr.. .. 35.9 12:25
7)7 25.8 . .Water Tank... 80.1' 12:05
7:22 80.0 ... Charleston... i 25.3 11:45
':40 Ar.. Fall-bank. Lv 115
:54 36.8 Lv. Jan-bank. Ar 19.0 11:15
87.6 N.M A A. Crossing 17.7
7:53 89.0 ..Contention. . 15.7 , 11:00
3:10 45.8 Land... 9.5 10:40
3:00 65.8 Ar... Benson. ..Lv 0 I 10:00
' Flap Stations top on Signal
V. K. STILES,
Southern Pacific Railroad.
1:57 p. iu.
'Ueuqon, leave .
ruma, arrive 3:00a.m.
Los Angeles, arrive 12: noon.
Benson, leave , 9:06o.
willoox, arrive 10:42 "
Bowie, " 11:55 "
Lordsbur?, " 1:45 p.
IUUUUlf, ...... 0:3U T
HIPaso " 6:00 "
'Phoenix, " 6:30u.m.
, Pasjenyors for Phoenix, from the cantor
west, remain at Maricopa over night. Sleep
ing car and hotel accommodation.
New Mexico and Arizona Railroad.
Benton, leave .5:30 p. in.
Farrbank, arrive ... . 6:13 "
Notrales, " 9KX)
'osales, leave 5:10 a.m.
Fuirbftnk, arrive 7:57 "
Benson, " .. .. 8:40 "
V.V.. --r .
' Souora Baflrond.
' ' i Puss.
Novates, leave 1U:0& p. m.
Hermosillo, arrive 5:15 a.m.
Uuayinas, ... " 9:10 "
Guoymas. leave 6:00 p.m.
Hermosillo, arrive . 9:33 "
Nog-ales. . " . 5:00 a.m.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 724.
Survey No. U73.
United States Land Office, j j
uTdoson, Abizona, September 7, 1900 f
JNotice is. Hereby given that Feter
ohh8.on, Fredolf Snndstrom, C. J. i
ranastrom, iurnesi; v; iiarsen. u. jk;. i
ansen. .whose post omoe address is
isbeef Cochise county, Arizona terri-
ory, for all, nave this day Hied their
ipplioatlbn for a patent for 1500 linear
eetof the BoraS mine or vein bearing
copper aud; other metals, with surface
ground 000 feet. in. width, situated in
warren mining district, county of Co
chise and Territory of Arizona, and
designated by the field notes and offi
cial! plat' on file in this office as survey
number 1473,, approximately in, town
ship No. 23 south, range 24 east (un
siirveved) of Qila and Salt River Base
andrMeridian, Arizona, said survey No.
1473 being described as follows, to wit:
,H Beginning at cor. No. 1, the sw. cor.,
identical with location and with the
ge.roor, iMaistor and eo. cor. Superior
mining claims, a pine post 4 ieet long.
inches sauare. set In a mound of
Pries', scribed 1-1473-B.L., whence U.
Mineral Monument No. 3 bears s. 40
aegi 46min. w. 1229.5 feet, and the ne.
bor of , station house of Don Louis on
the 'Arizona & South Eastern R. K.
bears' si 9 deg. 29 min. w.; this cor. is
also identical with the nw. cor. Su
emme claim; thence s. 78 deg. 52 min.
e. 300 feet, tq a. end center, a pine post
scribed 1473-B.u, two, same beariug to
cori'No; 2, the 'se. cor., identical vith
the ne. cor of the Susanne claim,
whence, the original location bears 8.
78(deg. 52 min. e. 21 feet, a pine post
bribed 2-1473-B.L.; thence n. 17 deg.
33imin.tey496 feet to oor. No. 3, identi
cal 'with Corners No. 4 Monarch and
No. l;Raven.lodes No. 1394, a pine post
'scribed. 3-1473-B.L.; thence n. 17 deg.
24' min." e. 1004 feet to cor. No. 4, tho
n'e.c'or.. identical with location and
'with oornera No. 4 Raven, No. 2 Crown
tang, No. 1 Iron Cap lodes No. 1394, a
pine post scribed 4-1473-B.L.; thence
tu 78 deg. oz min, w. zw ieot to n ona
center, identical with s. end center
Crown King lode llo. 1394, a pine post
'sobbed 1473-B.L., 532.10 . feet, same
bearing to cor.. No. 5. identical with lo-
oauon ana wuu uur. xiu. i vruwu mug
lode No: 1394 and with the se. and no.
corners f the unsurveyed Tuscarora
and Superior claims respectively, a
pine post scribed 6-1473-B.L.; thence
87 20 deg. 1 min. w. 1508.70 feet to cor.
lVthe plaoe of beginning.
1,'iiMimuiln -vnrlnMnn 11 rta AH min
'tyiat, oontaining 19.38 acres.
line location or mis iuiuo is recoraea
in the Recorder's office of Deeds In
Book 3, page 474, Records of Mines,
records of Cochise county, at Tomb
stone, in the county and territory
The adjoining claimants are: On tho
north. Crown King and Iron Cap No.
1394, South Bisbee Copper Mining and
Townslte Improvement company own
ers; Tuscarora (unsurveyed), Jnmes
Blair owner; on east, Raven and Mon
arch Claims No. 1394, South Bisbee
Copper Mining and Townsite Improve
ment "company owners; on south, Su
sanne and Malstor, Peter Johnson,
owner; on wst, Superior claim, Peter
t Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of said Boras mine
or surface ground are required to file
their adverse claims with, the Register
of ithe United States Land Offioe at
Tucson, In the Territory, of Arizona,
during'the sixty days' period of publl.
eation hreof, or they will be barred
by virtue of the provisions of the ttat-
' MILTON R. MOORE, Roglstey.
First publication Sept. 11, 1900.
Last publication Nov. 11, 1900.
IMPROVED OKDKH OP UEU
MKN. COCH1S11 Tribo No. 7..
meet every Tliursdny mointur
at tho Operu House Hull V.is
ItliiK liratlirn cordially invi
ted. Janits iV CailiipljIl,S(H'liilii
Jolin .Muncli.C. (il K.
UcimiindKon. .Mcdloino Mini.
AK"UN CAMP NO. 9.
VV WOODMEN OF THK
WOHLU, meet every
scciiml unit fourth Monday '
it tho operu house. VI.-'
tint; members coriJlnlly
J A MILLEU. C. C. :
V.JOHNSTON See. I
DBIIFKCT ASHLAH LODGE No. 12. ,
r V.& A. M. Meets Hrat lliuiiday I
of encli month. Visiting brctli-1
ren cordially invited to attend.
C C. Wakskii, W. M.
T ANDMAUK CHAPTKU No. 6., '
x-t H. A. M. Hoculur Convon-
uonvtiurd 'luesuay in e..li
month, 8:15 p. in. Visiting com- !
panions in ifood btandingruladly :
V. H. STILES, H. P.
Thank J. Ga.r. Sec.
QUEEN LODGE NO. , A.
O. U. ' nieetf evury
Saturday evening. Vis
iting iii-othoi-H roi'dlnlly
Alfred Godfrey, V. M.
Hichnrd Humphrey, Hcc.
H. C. FrOHor rinunuicr.
Bisbee Lodge no. io, i. o. o,
P.. mrnta evnrv We.dliPMlv
F., meets ever:
cordicllv invited to attend.
Alitked Gode-bby, N. G.
Emile Maiiks, K. s.
Ideiendeiiet Lodge !
No. 53, meetk evcrj
il rst and third
Wednesdays ot the i
nienibers ore cor
V ubd 1" Usx. Secrotnry.
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Ed Prico whq has a Hack .
ready at all hours, meets all .
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Kor Ladles and Gentlemen.
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Fruits and Confections.
Bisbee Drug Go.
WHOLESALE AND ,
PAINTS AND OILS
t ' ,
Bisbee, Arizona ?
Main St. Mrs. A. W. Strumm, Prop.
First-Cluas Kcstanraut. Board by tho
Day, Week or Month.
IJay aud Night.
J. C. RAUB,
Main St... above
REPAIRS AND RENTS
No volt works Key U
itnj; a specialty. Gunn,
loclis, sewiiiK- machine
iiuiiu uiejuies repuircu.
RAMBLER BICYCLES S0LU
City garber Shop
Roam and Porcelain Tubs
Em lie Marks Proprietor.
Everything First Class.
Cheap CASH Store.
Choice Family tiroceries. Fresh Fruits of
mm hiiiii rei-eivu (iiiiiy. vyiucs.
ijood. dollverixl free.
WHIJICOVKJl & XORILU
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
' OFFICE: J. H. JACK LUMBER COMPANY
EASTMAN'S KODAKS M
Photographic Supplies. Developing
and Printing tit Lowest Rates. Sat
C. P HART & GO.
Open Day and 'Night
Short Orders a Specialtj
Meals served' to families
riain Street J...
Whitehead & Marchell, Proprietors.
Bisbee Candy Kitchen
Fresh Candies Every Day
lco Crenm. Si!h Water,
Big Cold Drink' for 5 Cents
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Neur iCutlovtcltVs Niore. -6100111116"
done liv tifw Ury Vrocoss. Gouts' . Sui
l.a.lliV klrts, Walats, Glove.
MutK u mipciaitv
T. A. TATE, Prop
General Blacksmlthing. Horseshoe
ing a specialty. Above Floodgate.
C. K. BARNUM Transfer
Baggage and txpress
Handled With Care,
Leave orders with S. lv. Williams.- Tei. No
Theo. F. Tletz, Prop. "
Office and works, Tombstone aud Ulsbea.
Soda Water, Sarsupurlllu, Olneer A v lite.'
Orders from ubrond will receito prompt at,
toi.tiou. Orders for the city of Ulsbee will
bodolivered free without. lelajv romllj-pr-dnrssollolted,
Bisbee Assay Office.
All Work Guaranteed
Or Money Refunded.
Kodak Pictures !NVEnlS
Office, Nob Hill.
ALT . TELLMAN - - - Proprietor
BISBEE CASH FRUIT STOBE
Ice Cream and Soda Water
Sweet Cream, Confections, etc. Ice
Cream Parlor. .
Geo. Dorflingerf Prop.