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COOfflMiE REVtilW : SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 24. 1900
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OfHoiul RoluruB o Cookise County ns canvassed by tho Board of Supervisors.
X A Pleasure to Atwwur l-.etter
9 Writo for KstlninJcH
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO.
I MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORGE AND
I BOILER WORKS ALL CLASSES OF MINING MACHINERY
g Special ARcnts for the Celebrated CAMERON STEAH PUflPS and
3 CHARTER GASOLINE ENGINES
I EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
I El Paso, Texas
For Delegate to Cougress:
N. 0. Murphy
Marcus A. Smith
Charles H. Davidson
C. C. Warner
James S. Robinson
H. M. Woods
F. R. O'Brien
A. H. Norcross
J. Edward Brown
For District Attorney:
George W. Swain
Edward W. Land
For Probate Judge:
O. R. BoBtwJck
Charles A. Overlook
J. A. Rookfellow
George 0. Clark
For County School Superintendent
E. A. Nichols
George B. Reay
A. V. Noyes
Thomas R. York
B. F. Graham .
M.I .MHNKflN BEAL E8TATE-MINE BR0KER
105 ' Houses and Lots Bought and Sold on Commission.
Houses ior Ken,. Money Loaned X v A.
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t NEWS OF Si
I THE CITY
Supt. Mitchell, of the Cananea Min-,
ing Co., was In Blsbee Wednesday and
left Thursday morning for Benson.
John Daniels, who was supposed to
have disappeared ao mysteriously, baa
been located afPearce.
Mose Drachtnan, of Phoenix, was in
Bisboe Wednesday selling Arbuckles
co3ee and talking for the Phoenix car
nlva). Steve Agulrre came hi from La Can
anea last Thursday evening and was a
passenger on the, outgoing train next
Jim Baker, a well known locomotive
engineer, returned from Morencl lant
week and is now at the front running
an engine on the construction train out
of Don Luis. t
Dr. Parrington returned from Sat
Francisco thU week where he went for
the benefit of his health. His many
friends will be pleased, to learn that the
doctor Is much improved.
About ten miles from Blsbee H. O.
Brlggs Is at work on the Mountain
Llou group and a shaft will bo sunk o
a depth of 100 feet. The ore from this
group U principally gold carrying some
M. D. Scribner, treasurer elect ol
this county, came over from Tomb
stone on Tuesday to attend the ball
and banquet glyen by the Shriners.
Mr. Scribner has secured his official
bond and is ready to step into his ofllce
on January 1,
A letter from Dr. Carleton this week,
who is on a hunting trip In Lower Cal-
i The Prospector says the scaffold
u"pon which the Halderraan brothers
were hanged is being taken down and
s ored away.
i Sheriff Scott White returned from
Tucson Thursday afternoon where he
Wad goue to meet W. C. Greene, of the
i A. L. Holmes, foreman of the Re
view office, left Wednesday morning
for Solomonvllle to assist the Bulletin
job office which is crowded with work.
Married Harriet Hall to O. J
Buckalew in Blsbee, Nov. 26th, Justice
S. K. Williams officiating. The cere
mony was performed at the home of
the bride's parents.
An unfortunate Chinaman put In an
appearance at Blsbee this week. He
was promptly taken Into custody by the
officers and "after a speedy trial before
Court Commissioner S. IC. Williams
was ordered deported.
Messrs. Colburn and Wilson, auditor
and secretary of the railroad company,
took a special engine for Falrbank Sun
day afternoon and caught the pas
senger train for Hermosillo.
Watch the Review keep pace with
tho improvements in Blsbee. The re
turn to a Weekly will not bo a step
backwards. By January 1st we will be
again in the front rank.
ifornia, says that he has already bag
ged three large mountain sheep. The
heads were shipped from Blaisdell,
Arizona, last Saturday to friends here.
Dr. Green, formerly assistant pnysician
to the Copper Queen
member of the party.
company, is n
Jimmy Nichols, of the Azurite, has
lately received three Spanish Mausers
that were captured at Santiago, Cuba.
They are splendid guns and shoot true
to the mark, so O. P. Hunt says. He
killed two turkeys with one of them
at tho turkey shoot Thursday.
The three story building being erect
ed on Main street by Mr. Obisholm and
others will bo a credit to the town.
With a gymnasium, ice plant, 'electric
plant, water works, new hotel and
other improvements on the tapis, Bis
boe is destined to go to the front with
Charles B. Ragsdale, accompanird
by Supt. Martin and Chief Engineer
Cottonhous, of the G. H. & S. A., out
of El Paso, and Profs. Ellsworth and
Croison, two mining exports, returned
late Thursday evening from the San
Miguel mining district where they
have been Inspecting mining claim
and making arrangements for develop
ment of same. Supt. Martin is presi
dent of the Olympla Mining company,
their headquarters bolng at El Paso,
and Prof. Elswotth, after spending u
few days In the San Miguel mining dis
trict, asserts they have some very nat
tering prospects worthy of develop
ment and are making arrangements for
same. The parties left Thursday
aaornlng Jp Supt. Martin's special for
Work has commenced on the $75,000
hotel for Blsbee. The writer was
shown a picture of the building this
week as it will appear when completed.
Without exaggeration it will be the
finest hotel building in Arizona.
Scott White was up from Naco on
Tuesday and left Wednesday for Ben
son to meet W. C. Greene. The new
smelter at Cananea is nearing comple
tion and the machinery in the ol3
smelter is being replaced and ndded to
as fast as It is received from the East,
It was expected that the plant would be
in operation by Nov. 1, but now the time
is fixed for the middle of December.
George Dunn returned on Monday
from a hunting trip Into Mexico. He
started with the expressed purpose
of bringing back a bear hide and was
successful. Just how he came into
possession of the bear skin is another
story. He reports deer plentiful in
The now Mitchell hot-air blaBt furn
ace is nearly completed, and about the
first of the year it will be used in the
treatment of sulphide ores. The ca
pacity is about 350 tons per day. This
furnace is a patent of George Mitchell,
of the Greene Consolidated, and is
highly successful. Four are in opera
tion at Globe, and two more are being
erected at the Canauea and will begin
operations the first of the year. The
Copper Queen company will hereafter
have no trouble In the treatment of
sulphide ores, which at present must
be mixed with Iron ore in order to be
C. A.OVERLOCK returned from Over
look townslte on Wednesday where he
had been superlntandtng the erection
of a store building and the digging of
a well. Five lots have already been
disposed of in this townslte. Throe
were purchased by Bill Short, a cattle
man across the border. Mr. Short has
signified his intention of erecting a
store building on one of his lots and a
residence on the remaining two. Two
lots were disposed of this week to E.
G. Ord who will begin tho erection of
two buildings as soon as he can get the
adobes on the ground. Tho Ovelock
townslte is a mile square and adjoins
tho Douglas townslte on the west.
Those Interested are Park Whitney, of
the Erie Cattle Co., Alfred Paul, Jack
Graham, S. K. Williams, L. C. Shat-
tuck and C. A. Overlook
Special Rate to Tombstone.
The A. & S. E. will sell special round
trip tickets to Tombstone and return
during the session of court, at $5.00.
Tickets on sale Dec. 1st, 1900, good to
return 15 days from date of sale.
V. R. Stiles,
G. P. A.
You might not bet on a diamond
ring or watch, but you can bet sure
enough on the limberger and Swiss and
other cheese HenryCollmann cuts up at
the Brewery. He is the one and the
only one who knows how to please and
cater for his various guests. A nan
who never sleeps. Wholesale and re
tall. Delicacies delivered to fami
My wife, Mary Milutinovich, having
left my bed and bpard without just
cause, I will not be responsible for any
debts she may contract in my name
after this date..
n22-lw D. M. MILUTINOVICH.
Lodires, Societies and Parties will be
well pleased to know that Henry Coll
mann, of the Brewery Cafe, will tako
their orders for Banquets, Balls and
other entertainments on short notice.
Spanish and piano lessons, by gradu
ate of Knell's Seminary, Oakland, Cal.
Address Mrs. Edward Zimmerman,
Post Office, Blsbee, Ariz. o4-tf
is, L. C.
This is to notify that Mr. Paul Mor
gan Is the only tuner represonting us
in this section at the present time.
The Zellner Piano Co.
Miles from home, but you find what
your tongue desires, and your heart
will boat If you only see the layout you
got at Henry Collman's Brewery Caft'e
in the line of ham, cheese, liver sau
Charles Harris begs to announce that
he is continuing his business of tailor
ing and repairing at short notico at his
residence In Tombstone canyon this
side of the Castle Rock. That ho 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 stook of fall and
winter goods. sl2-tf
Word from Yuma is to the effect thnt
the big automatic dredger of tho Im
perial Land and Canal Co. was launchod
at the shipyards on Wednesday. This
dredger is to be used in connection
with with their big Iron dredger in
excavating the company's irrigating
We find Henkel, the jeweler, enrrya
the finest line of watches, jewelry, etc
in the olty. ol2-tf
Harris, the tailor, only charges $2
to clean a suit of clothes, Tombstone
Mrs. C. M. Johnson will givo lessons
in embroidery, Kensington and Batten
berg, on Saturday's from 2 to 4 p. m.
Tyler house, Bisbet, no!4 lm
We are better equipped than eer to take
proper care and give more perfect satisfaction
in our Men's Clothing Department To this end
we have now in our steady employ a Tailor,
whose sole business it is to remedy any defect
or misfit, no matter how slight: to see that there
io a .just-rightness about every garment that
leaves the department. This makes satisfact'on
doubly sure, whether you , pick out a suit from
pur stock, or are more exacting as j'ou've a
right to be about a made-to-order suit.
In this connection we might add that we
are prepared to press and clean clothes prop
erly, satisfactorily, economically.
One hundred and some odd pieces of woolens in trouser
lengths from which to make selections. There's quite a dif
ferenco between selecting trousers from small samples and full
lengths. No chance of mistaking tho quality or getting a
false idea of the pattern. No such liberal stock of piece goods
has ever before been shown in Bisbeo. No two patterns alike
that means oxclusiveness; not much to pay that's economy;
no time liko now that means having the full" assortment to
It was a clever man who thought out Ves-Two. The idea
is so clover it has been patented. Ves-Two is two vests in one;
a reversible, turn either side out, fancy vest. One side Is dou
ble breasted, tho other single breasted. Fancy worsteds and
silk vestiugs, each side strikingly different from tho other.
And tho Ves-Two costs no more thau you usually pay for one
vest. We would suggest that yon sec theso Ves-Twos anyway.
From $4 to $7.50.
and Rain Coats for Men or Boys' All sizes, all
prices, and all equally good. Not all rain coats
are rain proof. The coats we sell shed water
like the proverbial duck's back. They are made
right that's wiry.
COPPER QUEEN STORE
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Bank of Bisbee
Ben Williams J. S. Douglas
J. B. Anoics W. H. BROrnr
M. J. Cunningham
W. H. Bbophy, President
J, S. Dodo las, Vice-President
M. J. Cunningham, Cashier
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Foreign Exchange mid Tolosrrnphlo Transfors to nil Parts of the World. Ac
counts of Individuals, Firm and Corporations solicited. Matters entrusted to
our care will receive prompt attontir-i. Mexican money bought and sold. Agtnoy
for Now Zealand Flro Insurance Compuny.
The Zellner Piano Co.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Pianos & Organs.
Write for Catalogue.
Pianos on Monthly Payments.
Office--i21 1-a South Broadway, Los Angele,' Calif ronla,
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