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BI6BBEE DAILY fcEVHSW MMTJUY IIOSMIMJQ, DECEMBER.
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Local Happenings in Brief.
"Too Rich to Marr" at the opera
house tonight.
Attorney R. P. AHUer returned yes
terday from a trip to Tucson and Phoe
nix. The Fraternal Brotherhood ball will
be given in the opera house New
Year's Eve.
Frank Putnam came in yesterday to
spend a few dajs with friends, and will
leave for California esrly noxt month.
Tom Hudspeth Is up from Naco. Tom
is suffering from a swelling on his left
Jaw and came up to get medlcallitten
tipn.
Rev. Studley will preach in the opera
house today at 11 a in. and tonight at
8 p.m. A cordial invitation extended
to all.
Frofessor J. A. Rockfellow returned
yesterday from Tombstone, where he
has been spending tho holidays with
bis family.
A number of BIsbeeltes will attend
the bull fights at Naco today and will
help the Tucson aggregation enjoy the
day in the border city.
J, N. Jones has moved back the
small house owned by him near the
Kinsey house and will erect a two
story dwelling In its place.
A private telegram was received in
Blsbee yesterday stating that copper
was quoted at eleven cents for casting
brands on the New York exchange.
Burt Grover is rapidly recovering
from the effects of th"e gunshot wound
he received several weeks ago through
the accidental discharge of a shotgun.
There are eighteen prisoners serving
sentences varying from ten to thirty
days in the Bisbee jail, a number of
these having been sent up from Naco.
Geo. Dann has on exhibition at his
place a very pretty pair of steer horns.
The work of polishing and mounting
them was done by Ed McDonald who
is an artist in this special line.
" The two story brick building built
by Sam Medigovich will be ready for
occupancy about January lPth. The
lower floor will bo used as a store and
""thrTsecond story will be occupied by
- Mr. Medigovich and family.
Tho brick work on the gymnasium
was resumed yesterday, a sufficient
number of brick masons having arriv
ed from different plaoes to start the
work. Work will be pushed at fast as
possible and the company will endea
vor to have tbe b sliding ready for use
before the end of the coming year.
Frank Moseo, a prominent ctttleman
in.the Huachuca mountains and Miss
Pearl Parker, daupb'cr of a well
known rancher,, wl'i be united in mar-
rTa'ge in Tucson on New Years day. W.
C. Greene has presented the young
couple in advance with a purse of
3,000, which will pay their expenses
on a wedding journey to the Fans ex
position. Mr. Mosen Is a young man
of good habits and considerable ability
and will m doubt make his mark in the
cattle business of Arizona. He Is em
ployed by Mr. Greene upon his Empire
cattle domain in Cochise and banta
Crux counties. Post.
On January 1st the Rev. B. G. Lee
will give up the charge of St. John's
mission, this city, to accept an appoint
xnent as general missionary In northern
Arizona, with headquarters at King
man. The committee of St. John's
church is taking tbe necessarv steps to
maintain tbe Sunday school and the
usual monthly service at Library hall.
The construction ot the new church
will in no way be Interfered with, and
it is expected to begin work during
January. Mr. Lee has endeared him
self to all classes in Bisbee wHh whom
he has come In contact. His quiet, an
assdming manner, goodness of heart
and sincere Christian character have
made his life an influence for good.
The regret at bis departure will not
.be confined to church people alone.
CLASSIFIED WANTS.
Persuasive Pikers
"They are prettv mnch excited over
at Phoenix." said a well known travel
ing man last night, whs bad just ar
rived from tbe west, 'about the al
leged attempts of the business men in
the southern California resorts to draw
business, in other words tourists, away
from the Arizona city. The Impres
sion prevails around the city that the
business men of the southern Califor
nia towns have organized a sort of a
league, tbe purpose of which is to per
suadn people bound for Phoenix to con
tinue on to tbe coast winter resorts,
and It Is the means said to be employed
that makes the Phoenix people sore.
If the reports are true they have a
right to be sore. Tney claim that the
California people keep a lot ot pikers
and cappers at work on all trains run
ning between Albuquerque and the
coast, whose buslness'it is to hunt out
all tourists end pour Into their ears a
sad story about the fatal rssults likely
to occur from going to Phoealx. Sto
ries about the unhealthy climate of
the Salt River valley."
This knight ot the grip suites, more
over, that tbe people of Pboenlx know
of several cases where pikers have got
in their work with telling effect. The
matter has been brought to the atten
tion of the Phoenix board of trade,
who Intend to make it a weary life for
the southern California businessmen
who are inji'rlng the tourist business
of the Arizona capital. The people of
Phoenix are proud of the climate of
tbe Salt River valley, and they mean
to take vigorous action against the
per.uaslve pikers whom they believe
are drawing away from them tbe lucra
tive tourist and health seeker.
Miscellaneous.
Go to Hart Si Graf for fresh fruit
vegetables and oysters. 10-8-tf.
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List your furnished and unfurnished
rooms, also cottages. Several calls for
small 3 and 4 room houses or cabins.
Room 6 post office building; P. O. uox
No. 249. 12 12tf
Pnr l-adles and (lent .solid Qold
Chair.. Stiver Novelties, Hisses and
Baby Rings, etc., go to August Joerss'
Jewelry Store, flaln street, opposite
Library Hall.
THE FAIR,
the Cananea Supply Store
FOR RENT Nice front room, fur
nished, for one or two gentlemen, on
Oualitv hill. Inaulre at Skinner's
Furnishing store. tf'12-25 ti
For Ladles' and dents' Gold Watch
es, Diamonds, Fancy Rings, Chatm,
Lockets, at lowest prices, call at Au
gust Joerss' Jewelry Store, flaln
street, opposite Library Hall.
Lost or Stolen
A diamond ring, one and one-eighth
karat stone, in heavy setting. Fifty
dollars reward will be given for Its re
turn and no questions will be asked.
12 27 2tp J. B. WraanT.
Chance to Buy
The O. K. Livery Stable and stage
lines, together with stock and vehicles.
Entire business or part of It. Under
taking business included. Address B.
F. Graham & Co., Bisbee, Arizona.
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Notice to Water Consumers.
Au experienced lady nurse can be
bad bv applying at tbe Richelieu h
tel. ' 12 29 6t
You are requested to repair all
breaks on private pipes without
delav. Also do not allow fau
cets to run at night time,
tf Bisbee Water Co,
$25 Reward
The above amount will be paid by
the El Paso & Southwestern R. R. Co.
for the arrert and conviction of party
tampering with switch at coal yard in
Bisbee yard, evening of December 27,
causing damage to engine and passen
ger cars. Information should be filed
with tlie undersigned.
12 29 6t R. C. MOKQAN, Supt.
for Sale.
(One adobe house containing 7 rooms,
bath room attached, chicken house and
j stables, also 5 building lots and one
J2-room frame bouse, ceiled. Located
I in Tombstone caoyoo. Fine location
I for residence. Property of C. A. Over-
lock. Reason for selling owner has
j moved to Douglas. Address J. A. Over
jlock or L. J. Overlook, care of S. K.
I Williams.
We will soon tell you
'all about the adver
tisement we spoke
; about in our previous
issues.
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Proprietors.
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Church Notices.
First Presbyterian, Library Hall
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; public serv
ices at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Preaching
"by " the pastor, Rev. Mr. Shields.
Themes: "AU Things Made New" and
"Ti easures Hid in Sand." A cordial
invitation to all.
Methodist Episcopal Church. Serv
ices as follows: At 10 a. m. Sunday
school; 11 a. m. morning service; 7:30
evening service. All are welcome.
St. John's Church (bp'scopal). Ser
vice at residence of Mr. R.'Randle at
11 a. m. Sunday school at Library
hall at 2 p.m. All welcome.
A good many people have been too
poor to marry, and how any one can be
too rich to marry may seem an impos
sibility, but how such conditions are
possible, can be seen In the picture
comedy, "Too Rich To Marry," coming
to the Opera House Sunday, Dec. 29.
FASHIONABLE .
DRESSMAKING
MISS HSLE3ST14E3IECK,
No. 25 Brewery Avenue.
Baptista Caretto
Dealer' in
General flerchandise.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Purchased la Carload Lots
A. LUCKEY,
Contractor
K.'a.t. and BiHder.
Will furnish bids aetfestimates on any
kind of wor k. All work guaranteed
Hotel Arrivals
v ANGIJJS Ben Beougb, Silver City,
New Mexico; F E Baker, La Cananea;
rWD Putnam, J E Marshall. Michi
gan; Tom Hoi I mm. El Paso.
NORTON J M Hennessy, La Cam-'
nea; Geo M Hewett, Los Angeles; Al
Strickland, J McMan, Douglas; J H
Hickman, E Jones, J Mors, La Cana
nea; J B Jones, Douglas.
BESSEMER J F Kirkdsle, St Louis;
O T Leggett, Phoenix; L A Young
and wife, D W Knott, Ellen Kane,
Wllgus; FL Harris and wife, Douglas;
W G Elenhart, El Paso; A D Proven
eio, Los Angeles; D W Coffield, Benson.
Dressmaking
IRS. E.WILL!AnS,
Tr 0pSnJtBiUTara. KSDCCt A. T,
WANTED !
UUNa SEWING MACHINES,
TYTEWMTERe,3ASH REGISTER?.
To Be Repaired.
KEY FITTING AND SAW FILING-
If you bar any light machantoal
work to b Joo cal I on
J. C RAUB
81 Upper Main St.
BISBEE
OPERA HOUSE
Engagement Extraordinary 1
One Night Only
Sunday, Dec. 29th.
"Too Rich
To Marry."
They are laughing yet.
The Biggest and Best
You will laugh also.
Seats on sale Thursday, Dec.
26th at 9 a. m., at
A.P.Skinner's
Prices: $1, 75c and 50c.
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Vienna Bakery
Formerly Corratos old stand.
Fresh read, Pies and Cakes
delivered to any part
of the city.
Wetttof Cakes made te Order.
Mo4drd fcZtmtelii
BISBEB HAIR DRESSING PARLORS.
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Wigs, Switches and Hair Bolls, all colors;
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also a nice line of Combs. Perfumes and
Toilet Waters . . . Try a bottle of our Celebrated Hair $
Tonic, enres Dandruff and makes the hair grow. $1.50. !'
a YANOLA CllEAM is tho best preparation for the com- g
g plexion, guaranteed to give satisfaction. $1.00. S
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5 Our assortment of Masquerade Costumes
S comprisos the best selection ever exbib-
g ited in Bisbee. Costumes reserved in ail-
2 vance fcr special occasions.
jLjVIRS. R. RICH, Proprietress. Phone 4o.
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WE are showing a complete line of Holiday Novelties.
You had better make your selections early.
IS RECOGNIZED Headquarters for Novelties.
Nothing can be more appropriate than some of our
GENUINE MEXICAN DRAWNWRK,
Hand Carved LEATHER GOODS,
FILLIGREE JEWELRY
and CURIOSITIES,
a complete line of which will be pat on sals Dec.
15th. Don't delay, they will not last always.
We are headquarters on Mexican Cigars, an Im
mense stock Just received.
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The Cananea Supply Store,
S. M. AGUIRRE, Store Manager.
Naco, f. Sonora, - Mexico.
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To our friends, pa
trons and the public
fiREETINH:
We wish you a very
happy NEW YEAR
and many returns
of the same . . . We
thank you for past
favors and hope to
receive a continue
ance of the same.
Diamond Bro's.
Watch our space for
a grand surprise . . .
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THE BANK OF BISBEE
BISBEE, ARIZONA
Capital-Fally Paid $50,060.00 Surplus $10,000.00
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J. B. Anoics W. H. Bbopht
M. J. Ccnninobxm
Offltrat
W. U. Bbopht, President
J. S. DocaLAS, Vice-President
M. J. Coo-isaiiiM. Cashier
Drafts issued on til parts of the world. Mexican money bought and sold
Douglas Real Estate
For Information address
S. r. Meiuire, Sec'y
The International Land
Improvement Co.
- Dosjlas, Ariz.
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For a Holiday-
Present
Qo to the Oldest and always Reliable
Jewelery Store of
.August Joerss,
Where a well selected assortment of Ladies' and Gents' Gold Watches,
Diamonds, Opals and fancy Rings, Ladies' Gold Guard and neck
chains, Webb chains for gents, chains and lockets, silver novel
ties, notions, etc., all of the latest and newest styles can be found
at reasonable prices.
flaln Street, Opposite Library Hall.
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S All Kinds vf Lvmber, Sash. Doors. Etc. Estimates on Plate 3
ST FrctjM nnd Mill work furnished on application. zS
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New England Kitchen
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT! I
HENKEL,
The Jeweler,
Is Still Doing Business at the Old Stand, i
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To our man? patrons we wish to extend our thanks
for their liberal patronage during tbe holiday sea
son and wish them a happy New Year.
During the coming new year I shall constantly add
to our st6:k of all kinds of Jewelry, Watches and
Diamonds and maintain, in tbe fullest sense of the
word, that
HENKEL
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rue LEADING JEWELERJ
Central Pharmacy
Specialty of Perfumes and Musical
Instruments for the Holidays.
Brewery Avenue ... Opposite S. K. Williams' Office.
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The Pioneer Soda Works.
T. F. nETZ, Proprietor.
S B'SBEE, al- Ooods delivered to any part ot City
ARIZONA.
rial I orders receive prompt attention.
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Kansas 'Clur Meats a Specialty. )
Z Meals Mrved to families and parties, f
L. A. BROWN, Proprietor.
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The Opera Club
WALSH & DOWNS
Tte. Fiiest Place ii the City.
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