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COOHISB BBVIBW : THUESDAT BTBNING. NOVEMBER 1. 1900
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X NEWS OF 1
THE CITY 1 1
W. Howard of the ELuaohucus Is at
Mrs. Noer of Canunea stayed at the
W. O. Ellis of Naco was a guest reg'
istered at the Norton last evening.
Del Lewis and B. F. Graham, the
candidates, were at Naco Yesterday.
Mrs. C. Granville Johnson returned
yesterday from a trip to San Franoisco.
.Turner White of the Cauaneas came
in on the last stage and is at tho Angius
S. B. Dunagan of Lordsburg visits in
, Blsbee and may be found at the Norton
FOR Sale Lady's bicycle; in good
condition. Enquire at Raub's bicycle
store. ocl7 lw
Harris, the tailor, only charges $2
to clean a suit of clothes. Tombstone
M. J. Enrlght- of Phoenix, who is
staying at the Norton, is on a business
trip in town.
E. H. Davis is one of several Phoe
nix people who are attending to mat
ters in Bisbee.
J. V. VIckers of California, Mr;
Packard's partner, came in yesterday
and left on this morning's train.
Fritz Rosenstein of San Francisco is
drumming up business in this city from
his headquarters at the Bessemer
To LETThreo large rooms on Bi e w-
ary avenue, suitable for residonco or
offlct. Apply at tho Bessemer.ocie 2w
LOST--A small, indexed, gray cov
ered note book, of use only to the
owner. Finder will confer a favor by
leaving at this office.
Notice Tho public are earnestly re
quested to cover all private wator pipes
exposed to frost on their premibes.
Bisuee Water and Coal Co. oi lm
WantedA girl for general house
work in family of two; no washing.
Apply to Mrs. Leonard, opposite War
ren steam laundry.
The first to know the results of tho
election will ' be those who hear the
returns at the Young Men's Democratic
Club Tuesday night. They will have
their own operator and special leased
Commencing December let the Bis
bee Water and Coal company will de
liver coal by their new electric ele
vated trolley burro system to all cus
tomers. E. B. Mason, Mgr.
Lee Benton, the well knwn Naco
cltlaen and superintendent of the wa
terworks at that town, was in Bisbee
The very latest and authentic elect
ion news from all parts of the county
will be received at the Young Men's
Democratic headquarters, Graham
building, Tuesday night.
Judge Reilley of Tombstone cam o in
yesterday, and registered at the Nor
ton. The Judge is giving his attention
to .matters of business and political
affairs in this city.
W Peterson who is superintending
the erection of engine at the Spray
shaft will overhaul the engines put up
by Fraser and Chalmers at the Queen
when his task at the Spray is complete.
Dont have someone tell you but hear
the returns read yourself, as they como
in on the special leased wires at the
Young Men's Democratic Club Tun
day night. Admission one dollar
The tramway at the Easter Sunday
mine Is complete. This tram lends to
the shoot aud the plan Is really per
fect for the plaoing of the ore right on
Mr. Walter Johns has resigned his
position as assayer at the Copper Queen
and has accepted a position with the
Greene Copper company. Mr. Tomlin
son of Lob Angeles has arrived to take
charge of that department.
There will be a special meeting of
the Are department Sunday oveningfor
the purpose of electing officers for the
ensuing year. C. L. Bkckwith,
National returns, territorial returns
and full county returns will be received
Tuesday night at the Young Meu.s
Democratic Club headquarter, over
special wire run into the building
Gen. Weldener, I. W. Wallace and
Harry Hannlger vlsitod the Easter
Sunday mine yesterday and thoroughly
Inspected that wonderful property.
They returned last evening, bringing
with them several specimens of gold
ore of remarkable richness.
The big engine at the Spray shaft
will be working In a few days. Five
painters are at work giving the engine
its seven coat9 of paint. Many visit
ors look in at the Spray to inspect this
wonderful edvldence of perfection in
modern machinery. Tho ore bins are
Hallowe'en was duly and prooerly
celebrated by our boys. A wagon was
clinging half way up a telegraph pole.
A pall with a placard marked "Mark
Hanna's full dinner pall" was over Dr.
Sweet's door. August Joerss' large
sign embellished the roof of the tiro
department. Various other necessary
alterations in the appearance of the
town were made.
Wo find Honkel, the jeweler, carrys
the finest line of watches, jowolry, etc,
in tho city. ol2-tf
J. A. Rookfellow of Tombstone
registered tit the Anguis. He is candid
ate for surveyor on the republican
Charles Harris beus to announce that
he is continuing his business of tailor
ing aud repairing at short notice at his
residence in Tombstone canyon this
side of tho Castle Rock. That he is
now in a 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
A fINE PROPERTY
A Plaasura to Answer Lottery
Wrlto for Kstlmaten
The San Francisco Mining
"""! EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE GO.
CELEBRATLD HIS WINNING.
.lunrtins Mnu Mukcs 80,000 wad
Drink u Gins of Dattar-
milk on It.
"You talk about your cold feet I
saw a couple the night ot the Kitz
fiuhlin fight that g.ive me a cold for
a woel." -.tin the barkeeper in a La
Salh btieM wot goods house to a Chi
cago Ctu oniric num.
"Did thij ifivc ou lungtroublv?"
put in a customer.
"No, but they made me feel like the
ice man or a frosty morning in Spits
"That was cold. How did it come
"Well, you bee, we have a ticker In
here and during the fight got the
rounds as thej were pulled oft Early
during the game a man drifted in
here and took up a position before
the ticker He was seated and had
hir eyes glued to the ticker all the
"'TI.oop!' he yelled as the sixth
round was over 'I've won nearly $5,
OOD,' and he started for the bar,
where he counted out his bettiue
tickets In addition he had several
hundred dollars in cash, for which he
had been unable to find takers."
"What happened then?" the cus
"He bought a glass of buttermilk
and slipped out,"
"Is that how you pay your brewery
bilh, rent, light and insurance?" , .
"Not on the money of a fellow like
that," and the bartender's counten
ance bobpoke the disgust that h
Own and Are Developing a
Mine, Rich in Silver
GOOD BAPTISMAL STORIES.
of the Twlaa Died mm& tkm 9r-
lTor Got Both f
A minister was baptizing a boy of
ix years, says the London Telegraph.
The names given were Benjamin Jo
seph After the ceremony he 'said to
the boy: "You have two very good
names and you ought to be a good
boy how did you come by them?'
"Please, sir," said the boy, "we was
twins and tbe other died." Another
correspondent says "At Eamsbury
manor there qnce resided a poulterer's
familv of the name of Duck. The
third son was to be christened and tttej
mother wanted the name to be Wil
liam. Just before starting to church
the nurse ran upstairs to the father,!
who was laid up with the pout, to tell
him they were off. 'What beey g6-'
nig to call un, nurse?' 'Missus says
It's to be William,' was the T reply.
'William be blowed,' said the Invalid,
'call un plain Bill.' In accordanfca
with these laconic instructions tie
nurse gave the name to the clergy
man, and the infant was christened
accordingly " Ono Titchiner, of Pick-)
ham, was named under the following'
circumstances- On arriving at the
church his name was not settled' upon,
and when th clerprman ald: "Name;
thifi child ' oue of the friends said
John," and another said: "Oil,' no,"
meaning not John; and as no one else
spoke the clergyman thought that
was hie name and baptised him Ono.
POROUS BURNING BRICK.
John Naegle, manager of the San
Francisco Mining and Milling company
of So'nora, is visiting this town on mat
ters concerning his njine, and is inter
viewing his stockholders.
The manager" Is making arrange
ments to shipibre in two or three weeks,
an. important" item and a fact that is a
sterling proof of the rapidity with which
the developmehtof the mine has been
conducted and the success of that de
velopment. Drifting' is now being conducted un
der (he old works and is approaching
within comparatively a few feet of the
A force of ten men are employed at
the mine. ,
.Shipments, of. the ore will, be .made
for a while, after which a mill will be
erected for the treatment of the ores.1
The mine Is most conveniently situ
ated for shipment. It-is 25 miles from
the railway only, and the road Is an ex
cellent one for mauling by team.
Numerous assays, have been made of
samples fairly taken from tbe property,
and a value of 027 ounces in stiver has
been shown. .
From the dump of tht ancient mine
silver ore of extreme richness has Veen
procured, and a piece of the ore is .now
at tbe Bisbee bank.
A number of local people are In
terested In this fine property and tbe
management is in excellent hands.
There are few properties where the
prospects are brighter than tho mine
that is owned by this compauy, and few
where more systematic and successful
work' 1b being-? pursued under more
To correct a false impression which
seems to prevail, I wish to Btate that,
in tUe event of my election to the pfflce
of County Superintendent of Schools, I
shall resign from my position as princi
pal of the Tombstone school. Such an
agreement was made with the trustees
before my name was placed in nomina
tor t U. WILLARD.
MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORGE AND
BOILER WORKS ALL CLASSES OF MINING MACHINERY
Special Agents for the Celebrated CAMERON STEAJ1 PUHFS and
CHARTER GASOLINE ENGINES
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
El Paso. Texas
m. j. johnson s! C,K Capifoi
Houses and Lots Bought and Sold on Commission.
Houses for Ren.. Money Loaned XXX
ANQIUS BUILDING. ROOM 3. BISBEE. A. T. i
Imported Liquors and Cigars ..
Jons Somti , nTCUK'.C
John Twomky f illoUiiXi
Blankets and Comforts. 1 1 ?J5
Tea Garden Drips.
ts,a sugar syrup of highest quality;
manufactured by Pacific Coagt Srup
once used, always waqted; deliciously
sweqt, maKes taffy cana;
Co., 707-71S sansome
It Is oalcad with Kosm, mmAthmm
Baraed la th Msm mt
M. Anatole Brebant's invention of
a burning brick is singular and eco
nomical. It is composed of a mix
ture of metals, silicates and various
other incombustible and refractory
matters, which, in small space and
with little weight, imprison a large
amount of heat-producing matter,
says the Philadelphia Record. The
brick is very porous and is used as
follows: An appropriate liquid-alcohol
or kerosene is poured upon It, a
lighted match is applied, and the re
sult is a beautiful hot fire. It lasts
for a long time and can be extin
After a short while the intense
heat produced by the combustion of
the liquid is considerably augmented
by that of the metallic mass. The
brick is made in two sizes. The do
mestic brick, for heating rooms and
cooking, weighs four ounces and
gives a flame 20 by 10 inche.
The military brick, for soldiers and
explorers, is about double the weight
of the domestic one. The brick is de
livered in a tin box. In which it can
be thoroughly soaked in alcohol, or
kerosene, and is then ready forus.
Didn't Wnnt Nariln.
A nurse visiting her patients In a
Cape Town hospital ward found her
favorite soldier fast asleep. Pinned
to his coverht was a scrap of paper
on which he had scrawled: "To HI to
be nussed today, respectfully J. M."
OnlT One Hl Fortren in l"tmnrk.
The only fortress of consequence la
Denmark is the capital, Copenhagen.
A Hriiteas on Parade.
"What warn It Myrtilla did that weo
"Why, oui' literary club met at her
house, and she wanted to enow bet
new hat, so she wore it." Pnek.
Spanish and piano lessons, by gradu
ate of Snell's Seminary, Oakland, Cal.
Address Mrs. Edward Zimmerman,
Post Office, Bisbee, Ariz. o4-tf
RANG TEE WRONG BELL.
BgiiilTiit1i BxpevUae ot a Pitta-
touts 11 Who Was Usaemu
tasaed to Hotala!
"I never felt so mortified in my life,"
said the South side'girl to her friend on
her return to Chicago. "I'm not usedj
to those big hotehviyou know, and.)we
had rooms at the Palsaer house "We
got in at night, foufof us, three women
that I didn't knov? very well mjs'elf.
They are married to' members of papa's
post, and that is why vrt wei e together.
One of them, waited to send a postal
card home to tell -of her safe arrival,",
quotes the Pittsburgh News. ,"ShV
said , she would go downstairs for it.
To show them .that I had often ttopped
at big hotels, which I didn't, I said we
would call a boy and have a postal card
brought to our room. I rang the bell,
andj.in a little while a knock camel I
went to the door, and the boy gave.me
a pitcher of ice water and hurtled
ajray. I thought that wasn't the boy
answering the bell. So I waitd-.and
rang again, t Another pitchei of 'ice
water came. The boy got away again.
I was determined to have the postal
card, and rang the 'third time. This
time I waited at the door for the boy.
ije eamc, and before I could open my
ijaouth he handed' me a pitcher of ice
water and scooted away. I got angry
aad'l just made that old bellying the
fourth time. The boy came up and
looked mad. M had another pitcher
of ioe water.
"Lady.' he said. If you want any,
more iee water you'll have to 'send
beck some of those plteaere; "we're
running- short of them.' "
i ii - i j
Tao Mtk to BiMt.
An excellent story la told of f the
weakness in spelling of an old Indian
colonel. One day a brigade major ap
proaahed him with the remark: "Very
sorry to hear that you've been suffer
ing from gout, colonel." "Gout,.sirl
What do you mean, sir?" roared the
colonel. "Why on earth should I have
gout? Never had gout in my life,
confound yout" "Wellfi I'm sorry to
lave offended you, colonel, but only
this morning I .received in the brigade
omee your application ror leave, ;anq
you distinctly, asked for it on "the
ground that you had been suffering
from gout." "I dtre say I did," an
swered the colonel, "but what ot
that? Tou couldn't expect me' to
fell a word Ilk rheumatism ?" ,
A Belle o( aaakeapsat. , ,,,
la tat British museum is a carm'
box made from a mulberry tret thai
Shakespeare planted with ate owa
Ot Clcstial Good Clotaes.
PollyThey say the Chineee eafreae
dowager has 8.000 frocks.
Dolly Gracious! I suppose the self
ish old thing has more than a millioa
aaiitwelata. Indianapolis Journal
All prices, weights mid kinds find
sentntiou in our Blanket Department.
Not o worthy sort missing, not un
worthy sort included.
All cotton, cotton and wool, all wool it
just depends ou how much money you want
to spend on Blankets.
No matter which kind you buy, it is uni
formly good of its kind.
The cotton and wool Blankets nre good
eottou and wool Blankets, but are not good
"all wool" Blankets, nor mo the' permitted
to pose as such. A Blanket is a poor Blanket
when it is passed off for something it is not.
Here are prices of three luxuriously good
Blankets, made in California, whore tho host
Blankets are made:
dray Wool All Wool Blankets 68x84, 7 lbs..
$7.30 n pair
Vicuna Wool Blankets, 7 lb $o.50 a pair
Red Wool Blankets, black border,
73x90, 9 lbs $10.50 a pa'"
We might encompass the stock in a few
words, by saying from $1.50 to SG.00 each,
but then you wouldn't know what really good
Comforts can be had for S2.50, S3.00, $3.50
and $4.00. Made of prettily figured goods,
daintily lined; light and fluffy, for it isn't the
weight of tho Comfort ,that gives warmth.
Full sized. These are some of the good
points not always found in such priced Com
forts. The $6.00 Comforts are filled with down.
Cotton-filled Comforts are all right until '
comparison is made with down-filled ones.
Then the difference in price doesn't seem so
Ono hiilelielow town In the Cool
Cot ton woods Call once and ou
ulll iiltt njs come again
ft4ee.ieit.44je?.4. . Miner's Saloon
PU1.I ASSORTMENT OF....
,D Fine Cigars
MAIN ST . ll!OSn.'b CAN-CAN.
A PLEASANT KBSnitT
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
Can Can Building. Main Street
DAWSON & LEONARD,
MAIN ST. PROPRIETORS
Harris & Greener
Dealkrs in Wixes, Liquobs 1ND
Main Sired Opposite Public Library
1'afKMVlX4K CA'rJJK" "
Bank of Bisbee $
Bkm Williams J. S. Douglas W. H. Brophy, President
J. B. ANQira W. H. Bbophy .1. S. Douglas, Vice-President
M. J. Oonnwqham jM. ,1. Cunningham, Cashier
UTSON & WHALEY, Proprietors.
BEER and CIGARS
Main Street, UUbce, Arizona.
WituM. Liquors aud Clears.
B. M. Vocuvlch, Brewerv Avenue
Foreign fixctioDtre and Telegraphic Transfers to all Parts of thu World.
counia 01 loaiTiauau, jrirmi onu corporations sonoueu
Matters entrusted to
Mexican money bought and sold. Ajroncy
our care will receive Dromnt attentio 1
for New Zealand Fire Insurauce Compuny.
tnKiKi-?i jiii'!jTJ rjroc
Ladies' Silk Shirt Waists
TN opportunity seldom had, an advantago very rarely to b
1 ten Wo are offerlug some special bargains in this
lino at less than material price, the ooat of making and
trimming not considered. Ladies' Black Silk Taffota
Waists, handsomely trimmed and tuoked, at 91.50; Fancy col
ored at 95.00. Others sold in proportion. You will have to soe
tbom & ordvr to appreciate this matchless offering.
In fclomosruns, Vonitian and Zoboline Cloths, tbe prettiest
over pfav.vii hoie, have just arrived. Come and see them.
St Louis Beer Hall
L. C. Sliattuck Prop.
Finest Brands of
Agout for Anhuuser-Ilusoh
Hi owing Association.
Wholesale and litall.
Wines, Liquors and Cigar
KrAwery Avenue Wtbee Arliona.
m " 1 ' " 1 ' cwnwimi 11 1 mi ii
O. K. MARKET
FIRST CLASS PHOENIX BUEF.
Mutton, Pork and Veal. Sausage, for
elgu and domestic, constantly ou hand.
0. K. STREET, 0PP. CARRETTO'S
A. BATJBJR Proprietor
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