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OOOHISE BEVIEW.: SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 3. 1900
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Published Every Evening. Except
Sunday, by , . n,
THE BISBEE NEWSCOMPANY.
V. R. N. GREAVES, EDITOR
Entered at the Postofflce at Bisbee,
Ariz., us second-class mall matter.
By Mall, One Year S7.S0
Py Carrier, One Month 75
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lications in conformity with Territorial
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'hie for each insertion.
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editorial matter Bhould be addressed to
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All remittances and busirf . letters
etc., should be addressed to The Bisbee
BISBEE, ARIZ., NOV. 3. 1000.
ALL tho great appropriations of the
government are based upon estimates
of the several departments. At this
time of the year the various offices are
preparing their plans and estimates for
the operations of the fiscal year begin
ning on July 1, 1901, and ending on
June 30, 1002.. These estimates will he
transmitted to congress and embodied
in the appropriation bills, most of
whloh will be considered and passed
during February, as congress adjourns
on March 4, it being the short session.
The estimates which have peculiar im
portance to tho arid regions are those
for tho continuance of tho measure
ments of rivers, the examination of un
derground waters, and especially the
survey of reservoir sites, and reDorts
upon the cost and value of reclamation
of large areas of fertile arid lands. At
the last session of congress the National
Irrigation Association energetically
endeavored to "have the annual appro
priation of the geological survey for
this purpose increased from tho al-nost
absurdly Bmall sum of $50,000 to the
amount of 8250,000, this being more in
accordance with the needs of the coun
try. The Increase was made in the
senate, but in conference with the
house representatives a compromise of
1100,000 was reached, the concession
.being made that at the next session
the sum of 8250,000 would be favorably
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.
Trance mike nearly 26,000,000 pairs
i f loves yearly, and of these 18,000,000
pelri ere exported.
Ah . ingenious mechanical device
paste .paper labels on 100,000 cans in
ten hours. Down a shoot rolls a cease
leu 'procession of cans, and each can
picks 'up a label as it passes.
Watir,- if subjected to great com
pression and then decomposed by
means' 'Of an electric current into its
elements," oxygen and hydrogen, ex
plodes with tremendous force In the
An. 'example of patient industry is
the sorting of hogs' bristles as it is
carried on at Tientsin, China. Each
one (if the bristles has to be picked out,
measured and placed in the bundle of
hairs of corresponding length.
The Council of the American Chem
ical Society has passed resolutions fa
rorin'g the creation of a bureau of
chemistry. The laws of the various
states controlling food adulteration
are'largely Ineffective, because of the
interference of interstate commerce
laws, and can be made effective only
through national legislation.
More perfect combustion in furnaces
is secured by 2Ir. Paul Schllcht by novel
means. He has discovered that on prop
erly introducing an air current into a
chimney, it takes a course opposite 10
that of the hot gases, and its oxygen
reaches the center of the. fire in a heat
ed 'condition favorable for completely
uniting with the fuel.
Advantage is taken of different bends
of porosity in agates to effect tho col
oring", which is done in the case of
black onyx by immersing the stone in
a mixture of honey and water where it
remains several weeks at a high tern
parriture. It is then boiled in sulphuric
acid, which carbonates the sacchari
nous' matter that has penetrated the
stone, thus rendering certain bands an
Intense bjack. Various colorations may
be produced by different chemical re
actions. The printing of books with Braille
type for the benefit of the blind has
made immense progress in England
within the last few years. The Cen
tral Lending library, of Birmingham,
has no less than 500 books printed with
Braille type. This extensive library
comprises the works of such favorite
authors'-as Shakespeare, Browning. Sir
Walter Scott, Tennyson and Ruskin.
The Plymouth public library has also
a- similar collection of about 250 vol
umes, and numerous other libraries
throughout the country possess similar
cp!iecti6ns for the entertainment of
those deprived of their sight.
FREAK OF DAN CtJPID.
ul Wko Can't Speak German fVadi
Who Knows No
-'.'There are descendants of Germans
in1 Berks county, Pa., who do not un
derstand a word of English, although
they have lived in this country all
their lives. One of these is Jacob
Weinsheimer, who owns what he callu
'the 'Castle of Loben6tciu, on the east
ern slope of Mount Penn, 3ays an east
ern exchange. Until recently he lived
the life of a hermit. The hillside lead-
to Lobenstein is so steep that it
is impubHiiik' to use tho ordinary
American farming implements drawn
by huibes. U'eirislieiiner's principal
implement is the kind used in very
hilly portions of Germany. He calls
It a "Uarst." It is shaped, like a bio-
liorsesboe fastened to a wooden ban-
t trill. t,t t.. It.., .w3 ..4t.. ....
the!ar,tii instead of plowing and har
rowing it. Be also has numerous oth
er small hand implements. With these
he raises large quantities of vege
tables, wheat, rye, barley, corn, sugar
cano, sweet potatoes and grapes. lie
reaps his gruiu with a sickle and
threshes It with a mallet.
Cupid's dart pierced the heart of tho
recluse a short time ago. He was
working for a farmer on the hills in
the neighborhood, when he was intro
duced to a Miss March, from Ohio.
She was some 20 years younger than
he, but that made no difference. The
love-making was slow, for the woman
could not speak German and he was
unable to speak English. But the
langUHge of love finally made itself
understood between them. He pro
posed, was accepted, and' now a hap
pier couple than Mr. and Mrs. Weln
6heimcr would be hard to find.
Weinsheimer is a great admirer of
pets, such as dogs and cats. He is the
owner of a black fox terrier which he
says he would not part with for $100
in gold. He is a perfect terror to the
snakes and has killed more than 2.000
copperhead and blacksnakea during
the last five years.
PRAYERS TO INK GOD.
DlBPnvpry That Indian Ink la Hot
Made tn India Can ttavr Be
3Xadt by Anyon.
Indian ink is not made' in India, nor
do any of the materials used in the
manufacture come from that country,
says London Answers; It was first
made in China 3,000 years Vigo by a
Chinese alchemist, Tientschen by name,
who, while experraientinj- upon some
nostrum for the ternal preservation of
life, accidentally produced a'black sub
stance in the form of a liquid paint
or varnish. This was the first In
Until recently the process of manu
facture has been a secret',, but it has
at last been discovered and the ink
can now be made by anyone.
The black pigment, which forms the
base of the ink is the soot obtained by
burning lac and pine charcoal. This
soot is powdered finely and mixed with
fishgue, isinglass, or horuglue. and
sometimes, in making the finer qual
ities of ink. pearls are bci'.ei' i.i glue.
Sometimes dried ox toques are
added to give the ink a purple tint, and
the bark of the peppermint trees has
been used to produce a finge of blue.
The ink is carefully molded, dried and
packed in wormwood leaver, with lime
or ashes until well-seasoned.
Sepia, the coloring liquid of the cut
tlefish, was not added to the-ink orig
inally, but as the best Indian ink in
use at present has a brownish "tint,
it ia evident that 3epia is usjT. Sepia
alone is useo fn.vufr.Uy' in China in
preference to tin? black ink.
la China all "good" Indian Ink is sup
posed to b inhabited by gods, to whom
prayeii. are sometimes addressed.
There are so many gods that it is dif
ficult to find lodgings for thsin all;
they are billeted therefore upon any
convenient article, such at a stick of
Indian ink. , .
SAYS WEDDING WAS JOKS.
Marriage In Elite at.
loolety Causes rloas
A supposed mock marriage bi
Miss Mary B. Carrol and Joseph E.
Hoffmann has resulted in a serious pre
dicament for those two popular young
society, folks of the west end of St,
Louis. The bride is .generally consid
ered the prettiest girl in Cabanne. The
wedding ceremony was performed in
one of the parlors ef the Cabanne .club
by Judge XV. XV. Henderson, of the pro
bate court, In the presence of a num
ber of friends of the contracting par
The ceremony was exactly the same.
in every detail as that set forth by
the statutes of Missouri. The judge
asked the usual questions in regular
order and the couple gave responses.
The only thing lacking was a marriage
license, but authorities on marriage
laws, among whom are several circuit
judges, declare that a license is not
necessary and that a marriage cere
mony such as occurred in this instance
is strictly legal in every sense of the
word and "binding on both parties. In
order to straighten out the legal tan
gle a separation by law may benecee
sary. BULL TRIES TO TOSS A CAR.
The Pmrnnclou Urate Not Meatlas
' Trith Success the Animal Qalet
ly Walks Airar.
A large bull belonging to some oat
living along the line of the Westchester
& Philadelphia Traction company, near
Philadelphia, is of .a decidedly pugna
cious disposition. It had severaltimes
been noticed by the motormen stand
ing at a fence looking contemplative
ly at the car as It whizzed past. The
other day it got out and as a car came
along jumped between the tracks and
with head down braced Itself.
The car was too close to be stopped,
or even to have Irs speed checked.-and
so bull and car met. The only appar
ent result was that the dashboard' of
the car was bent back. The bull, al
though pushed back several yards, did
not seem to be hurt In the. least. 'It
stood and looked at the car' f or'efew
seconds, then slowly turned and walked
across the field.
Keeps Good Time, foo.
Fhunniboy I see they're harinf
big sale nt the penitentiary torday.
Daffe Ladde Bargain sale? What
Phunnlboy They're giving a watch
and chain with very suit. Denver
SOME POSF OFFICE; FIGURES.
Xatereetlnar Fact from, the Report
at the London Postaiaater
The annual report , of . the pottmai
ter general, although not due till par
liament reufesembles, has been iuude
public by Lord Londonderry. He u
tails the colossal blunders of the pub
lic with great gusto. It is TeuJ, as
tonishing that i$3,C67 packets should
be posted unaddressed and still n. r
that 12,767 contained cash, notes posiul
orders and other aper money. There
is another reco.d of carelessness
against the public in the fact that the
articles found' loose in the post have
increased by nearly 80 per cent, in the
last four years. The craze .for cheap
ness affects even postal covers, to our
loss, it would seem. -For the fact that
undelivered correspondence for the
army in South' -.Africa is being -returned
in largo quantities,, there is
ample explanation in the melancholy
list of lossBsljia, Jthe war.- The post
master generate appears -to v oe sur-d
prisea mat 35,4a letters aaaretseu to.
the Transvaal 'and .the .Orange tFree
State, which were.stopped at Cape
Town at the outbreakof th.e war,
"were not claimed there bj the pei
sons for whom they were intended."
There wa,-no doubt, a difficulty In J
the way of either Boere or nitlanders
ending down to Cape. Town for their
malls after war had been declared.
There it a healthy; surplus on, the
working ! the t dw.&r jmeat,-of,' ,. 3,
710,631, which wiirpleaie '.the'-chancellor
of the exeh'equsr. But the de
ficit on telegrapIe-ha.VI&erasd.'irom
66,660 to l8&
MISSIONARIES WELL. PAID.
Harries Mea Koeslre 6 Tboumd
Dollar a-Year an A Tjrvei, .
Thei foreign missionary dees r-t
work for love of humanity aloiu He
ii an well-paid person, and instead of
having the usual Sundays, and holi
days of rest like other folks he is
givei a year'e vacation with salary
everV once in from four to ten years,
ays' the Philadelphia Call. The mar
ried; men missionaries in China re
ceive $1,000 a year and travel pay.
When missionaries, who are marrit-d
have ohlldren old enough to requite
to be kept in school away from home
they, are allowed $150 additional. If
young ohlldren are with their patents
and to be supported $100 addltlcpalj
is anoweu ior awt amia. v wuisc
these salaries include house rental?
and traveling expeneee to and from
When missioaariM take a vacation
of a year their traveling expenses to
and from their station are paid at
thU time and almost their full salary
likewise allowed them. More than
the salary must, of cotrwe, be the in
pelllt f? motive when .micsionaries go
to such Said's- as China. f
It Js gocd too to learn that the la
borers are not lacking even in tho
face. of such horrors as it is 'f oared
have recently been inflioted on flns-nsl
workers in China. Even at the pres
ent moment foreign mission boards
are in receipt of hundreds of letters
from.' volunteers who clamor to be sent
to the land of the Celestials.
C AD. UPTON
AGENT FOR LAND 80RIP
J M. O'CONNELL
OJFICK: WALLACE BUII.nlNQ
J. GAMEL j"
1 BISBEE, ARIZONA
Miuli g- Law u Specialty
yyiLLIAM J. KILPATKIOK
140 W. Penningtou St., Tucson, Arlr.
('IU pructico in all Courts of tho Torrory.
M ARCUS A. lUTH
Will prnotice lu District Court of Coohlse
. Will attend all terms of Court In Oochlno
mANK E. HBBEFOBD flBTlt - HAZ ABD
GKNTS FOR LAND SCRIP
yy K. CHAMBERS
Appointments Made by Mall
ritONB 37 BISBEE
QR. J. W. FARRINQTON
Spcolaltles Disoases of the oral oavlty and
rowu and bridge work. All oporotlous per
C A. SWEBT, M. D. Tsu No. 4
E. O. CARLETON. M. D
A. R. HICKMAN. M. D.
PHYSICIANS AND SlTKOKOHa
To the Copper Queen Consolidated Mluinar
Co. and A. 4 8. B. R. K.
QR. ISAAC H. WATKINS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Ofllcc: Itoor o( DrtiftT Storo.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Notary Public nnd Conveyancer. Ulll col-eotlnffttspeolalty.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Arizona & South Eastern Railroad ,
Pociiio Timo ono hour enrller than City tltuo
North wiu-il Southwnrd
mo cg.2 cSg JJO.-3
HS S 5 8t
a. M. Miles.
.. South Hlshco .
.. .Don Luis ....
. . . . Uanuing. . .
. Water TutiU.. .
:52 , 19.4
7:55 30. A
3:00 1 55.8
12:15 ! "
U!1B J L.
N.M A A. Crossing
stop on Slgual
V. R. STILUS,
Q. F. A P. A
Southern Pacific Railroad.
Ueuson, leuvo r.57 p. in.
TiKson, arrive 7:20 "
Maricopa." 9:40 "
Vumn, nrrivo 3:00a.m.
Los AihtbIcs, nrrlvo 12: noon.
lienson, leiiru 9:06 a. in.
Wlllcox, arrive 10:12 "
Bowie, " 11:55 "
Lordsbtirsr, " 1:45 p.m.
Demlntc " 3:TO "
BlPaso " 6:00 "
Phoouls, " 0:30 u. in.
Passenffcrs tor Phoenix, from thi oust or
vost, remaiuatMarlcopaovernlffht. Sleep
ing oar and hotel uocommctlation.
New Mexico and Arixoua Jlollroad.
tlenaon, leave 5:30 p.m.
Kaltbank, arrive 6:1S "
Nojrnles, " 9:00 '
Nog-ales, leave . . 5:10 a.m.
FalrbanU, arrive 7:57 "
Benson. " 8:40 "
Nogalss, toave .., 10:0 P-
flermosilkx, arrive 5:15 a.m.
Uuaymas. ... " 9:10 "
tjuaymas. leave 6:00 p.m.
Hermosllto, arrive ... 9:83 '
Nojrales " . 8. -00 a.m.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 724.
Survey No. 1473
Unitbd States Land OrnoE, )
on, Arizona, September 7, 1000 f
Notice is hereby given that Peter
Johnson, Fredolf Sundstrom, C. J.
Grahdutrom, Ernoet P, Ijarsen. C. E.
Hansen, whose post office address is
Bisbee, Cochise county, Arizona terri
tory, for all, have this day filed their
application for a patent for 1500 linear
feet of the Boras mine or vein bearing
copper and other metals, with surface
ground 600 feet in width, situated in
Warren mining district, county of Co
chise and Territory of Arizona, aud
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
surveyed) of Gila and Salt River Base
and Meridian, Arizona, said survey No.
1473 being described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the sw. cor.,
Identical with location and with the
ne. oor. Maister and se. cor. Superior
mining olaims, a pine post 4 feet long, ;
4 inches square, sec in a mouna or
stones, scribed 1-1473-B.L., whence U.
S. Mineral Monument No. 3 bears a. 46
deg, 46 min. w. 1229.5 feet, and the ne.
oor of station house of Don Louis on
the Arizona & South Eastern R. R.
bears s. 9 deg. 29 min. w.; this oor. is
also identical with the aw. cor. Su
sanne claim; thence s. 78 deg. 62 min.
e. 300 feet to s. end center, a pine post
scribed 1473-B.L., COO, same bearing to i
cor. No. 2, the se. cor., identical with
the ne. cor of tho Susanne claim,
whence the original location bears s.
78 dog. 52 min. o. 21 feet, a pino post
scribed 2-1473-B.L.; thence n. 17 deg.
33 min. e. 496 feet to cor. No. 3, identi
cal with oorners No. 4 Monarch and
No. 1 Raven lodes No. 1394, a pine post
scribed 3-1473-B.L.; thenco n. 17 deg.
24 min. e. 1004 foot to cor. No. 4, tho
ne. cor., identical with location and
with corners No. 4 Raven, No. 2 Crown
King, No. 1 Iron Cap lodes No. 1394, a
pine post scribed 4-1473-B.L.; thence
n 78 dog. 52 min, w. 266 feet to n. end
center, identical with s. end center
Crown King lode lTo. 1394, a pine post
scribed 1473-B.L., 532.10 feet, same
bearing to cor. No. 5. identical with lo
cation and with cor. No. 1 Crown King
lode No. 1394 and with tho se. and ne.
oorners of the unsurveyed Tuscarora
and Superior olaims respectively, a
pine post scribed 5-1473-B.L.; thence
s. 20 deg. 1 min. w. 1508.70 feet to cor.
1, tho place of beginning.
Magnetio variation 11 deg. 45 min.
east, containing 19.38 acres.
Tho location of this mine is recorded
la the Recorder's office of Deeds In
Book 3, page 474, Records of Minos,
records of Cochise county, at Tomb
stone, In the county and territory
The adjoining claimants are: On the
north, Crown King and Iron Cap No.
1394, South Bisbee Coppor Mining and
Townsito Improvement company own
ers; Tuscarora (unsurveyed), James
Blair owner; on oast, Raven and Mon
arch claims No. 1394, South Bisbee
Copper Mining and Townslte Improve
ment company owuora; on south, Su
sanne and Malstor, Peter Johnson,
owner; on west, Superior claim, Peter
Any and all persons olaimlug ad
versely any portion of said Boras mine
or eurfaco ground aro roqulred to file
their advoreo clulms with the Register
of the United States Land Offloo at
Tucson, in the Torrltory of Arizona,
during tho sixty days' poriod of publl
cation hereof, or they will be barred
by virtu of the provisions of the stat-
' MILTON R. MOORE, Registey.
First publication Sept. 11, 1000.
Last publication Nov. 11, 1900:
IMPKOVBD ORDER OF RKI
MEN. COCHISB Tribe So. 7..
i meet every Thursday even j ir
Int the Operu House Han vit.
litiinr brothers cordially iiivl-
Jriinwi - Campbell, Sm ln;in
John Munch. U. of It.
Or. adintinrlkon. Modiolus Man.
WARltBN CAMP NO. 9,
W WOODMEN OF Till-!
WORLD, meets every
second and fourth Monday ,
at tho oneru hoiuo. Vis
ltlns weinbery cord I it 1 1 y
.J. A. MILLER. C,
F V. JOHNSTON See.
PKRFECT ASHLAR LODGE So. 12,
If. A A. M. fonts first Tliuraluv
of each month. Visiting breth
ren cordially invited to attend.
O C. Waiwek, W. M.
T ANDMARK CUAPTIiR NV.. 0.,
L K. A. M. ltcffulor Conviua-
tions third Tuesday In end
vi moutn. o:it v. m. visuini; coin-
1 tmnionsi In irood Ltauuluirirluulv
II I . II. OllLLO, U. C.
Fhank J. Giiav. See.
QUUEN LODGE SO. 0, A.
O. U. V., moots every
Saturday evening. Vin
Uintj brothers cordially
Attrod Godfrey, W. M.
Richard Humphrey, Itee.
H,C. Friikor I'tnnncier.
)a R1SUEE LODGE NO. 10, I. O. 0.
S&S -' F., meets every Wednesday
tivonliiR-. vuitinsr imittiois
p(-irill!lv invited to attend.
AIFUED Goufubv, S. G.
Emile Makes, H.
No. 53. meetK every
llr st nml Ihird
Wcdnoduyi of the
month. Visit ine
member uro cor
t"tk r M .. .-"ccri'tnry.
CURRY & CO.
DealnrH in Dry Goods Groitcri-t1
UittdA'atu, Boots iiinl Slwti
iJurcliai'mu and Fuiartling Ait! f
Custom riniip Brokrc.
Ple. DoiiKhllUt. Cnke, etc. ,
French RestaurantMeals 5erve.il In i
Thos. Pinclli ... Naco, Arizona
. Ttf TV6C tyQ'
a9 vlW Arf
Specialties in Ftencli luJ
and a L-Jfjc Aucttmsnt oi
Ed Price who has a Hack
ready at all hours, meets all
Trains. Orders may be left
at New England Kitchen.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
1 Pirn.;! Cntioi-n riovirsi
LCL I I Will I'd UUIlwiUi i ivavv
' ' I
S NAVARRO, PROPRIETOR
The Choicest Cut of tender and
PROPERTY LOOKED ABTBR
MONEY LOANED I
Bisbee Real Estate Co.
Bisbee BUI Posting Co.
B. B. HASON. Monoser
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Dealer in Watches, Clocks,
Spectacles, Stationery, Wallpaper, etc.
Itvpnlrmic Neatly none
A1AIN STREET, - BISBEE, ARIZ.
MRS. M. ClEWflT, Proprlefor.
For I, ml 1 13 utid Qentlemou.
Ml ST., TWO DOORS ABOVE POST OFflCC
Giaconovich & Co.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Fruits and Confeotlone.
BREMRY AVHHC I
II ArZWA 1
I Vk TfBaaJ
f Drawn ttlorki
A E A HAGK
isbee Drug Co.
RETAIL v-t J ,'
WALLPAPER ' . -y-
PAIPtfTS A. "SO OILS $ '
w OLA "
Bisbee, Arizona ,tf J
Main St. Mrs. A. W. Strumns, Prop.
First-ClaeB Beotuuraxit. Boord br.the
T"..,-. xxri. .. fu. ci...i -j:
.' "" ..... . .
Main St., above
t Palace Stable
HEPAIRS AND RENTS'
Novell work Key. Jttt
-v-. tins it ifoiuIty. Uutu.
J. C. RAUB
V Vtoekif, kewiuir machines . . .
p land bicycles repairedi,-4v
B,o.r n, ' "
nnmonn DiwitLta dVllU
City barber Shop
Bath Room aiu! Porcelain Tubs
V . . 1 i "tS '
amije rtiarus proprietor.
Every t hinj? First Class.
Choice l'limily . Groceries. Kreidi Fruits of .
it! l Kind received dally. ' Wiues, Uaiior; '
Lltrark mid lubart-os, Goods delivered free.
in;sHvu' .fc Maii.K
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Ettimutes of UulMiusn
OFflOE: J. H. JACK tOKBER C0MPW
EASTMAN'S KODAKS M
Photographic Supplies. Developing
and Printing at Lowest Rates.
C. P HART & CO.
Open Day and Kight
Short Orders a Specialty.
Meals .served to families
and parties. ..-.
Hhilcliead & Marchcll, Proprietor.
Bisliee Candy Kitchen
Fresli Candies Every Day '
Ico Cream, Sodu Water.
Cold Drink for 5 Cents
MRS. IUJRGHAM, ;
Near ItiKlovith'M Hiurtv Cleaning,,-'
done liy new Dry Process. Gents' Snlts
l,uilln .skirts. Vunstvlovw
Ht.t a sjWcluify ,
T. A. TATE, Prop .
' liiff a specialty. Above Flo,odga,tc. v
C. K. BARNUM Transfer
Osggage and Express
Handled Wllh Care.
Leave orders with -S K Wllllums, fe'l. No
Theo. F. fletr, Prop.
Otfiro and works, Tombstone and Btsbe.
Soda Water, Sarsaimrllla, Ulncer A e, Ktc.
Orders fro'n abroad will receive prompt at
tendon. Orders for tho city of bisbee will
be delivered free without oelay. romllyor
derssollolted. Bisbee Assay Office.
All Work Guaranteed,
Or Money Refunded.
Ofllcc, Nob Hill.
ALf. TELLMAN - - - Proprietor
'BISBEE CASH FRUIT STORE
Ice Cream and Soda Water '
: Geo. Dorflinger Prop.
l Kitchen . .-.
is.. . - v - ,