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fiEW, BISBEE, Arizona. Sunday morning. December, 190a.
Jobbers of Tobacco and Cigars
All popular brands Chewing andSmoklng Tobacco, Cigarettes, In stock.
Largo stock of the popular CREMOand "RECRUIT Cigars.
Solo Agents for Southern Arironafor the Celebrated LORD LYTTON
BlacK Diamond Coal
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Peep into the
You'll think that's the place
that candy happened.
I BRIEF. '.CITYJEWS
Than ever brought to town be
fore. Nuts Nuts Nuts Nuts.
Nothing nicer than one of our
fine boxes of Alhambra candy,
except it bo two boxes.
Cigars In fancy boxes from
12 in a box up.
Fine Meerschaum Pipes, Etc.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Lost Only Son.
Word was received in Blsbeo this
week of the death of tho only son of
Mr and Airs. McDonouch. who arc at
' present residing in Globe, but who
1 were former residents of Tombstone.
Bride and Groom Coming.
Mr. and Mrs. Dysart will arrive in
Bisbeo this morning. Dr. Dys?j-t is
a member of the Copper Queen hoa-
pltal staff and Js returning from his
bridal tour, having been married in
December to Miss Mabel Palmer, of
. Bloomfleld, Iowa.
Long Distance Order.
E. A. Tovero, & Co., yesterday re
ceived an order from Marion, Indiana
to ship at once By express a largo
deer that is to be used in that city
ene of a Very Pretty
eve, the home of Mr.
, Blake, at Naco, was
very pretty wedding
Harvey M. Shields
rlage Frank F. Cross
Edna F. Tompkins.
is the daughter of W,
s, a well known banker
of New York city and
udson". New York. Tho
is aPpular and esteemed clt-
NacSf is at tho Branch Bank
of Bisbce, and is a son of Captain
Ge.irge M. Crossman, of the First
Connecticut Infantry The home,
the scene of the happy event, was
tastefully adorned with very beauti
ful flowers; orange blossons, Smilax,
Calla Lilies and Chrysanthemums be
ing in profusion. The bride was
charmingly gowned in white, and
carried a largo boquet of orange
blossoms. Only the more intimate
friends of the bride and groom were
present. After tho ceremony the
guests were served with refreshments
and tho young couple were the recip
ients of sincere congratulations and
heartfelt wishes for their future hap
Mr. and Mrs. Crossman will remain
In the west until spring returning
east by San Francisco, Denver and St,
Louis and will be at home 3S0, Han
cock street, Brooklyn, New York, af
ter Juno 30, 1904.
FrankJ. Graf, Broker
Special attention given to Warren District Unlisted Cop
per Stocks. iStocks bought and sold on commission.
Quotations received daily by wire trom Duluth, Boston
and Copper Country.
opper Queen Hotel, Bisbee, Arizona
Warren District Mining StocKs
Christmas Eve at the M. E.
The exericses at tho
for a New Year's dinner. The order church Christmas Eve were of an un
s-.was promptly niieu anu inaiana peo- usuailr nlgn oraer. The Church was
1 nm tv 1 1 nnv n insrn m yri-nnn veni-
zon unless the trains fail to make
(you all know him)
what Si. 00 will do when
invested in the
Mutual Mercantile Company
Gust. A. Hoff, President.
Tucson Grocery Co.
Fred Fleishman. Vice. Pres
V. P. Arizona Nat. Bank
R. E. Fahey, Sec. and Treas.
Barry Brown, Resident Agt
1D0 You Know
that we are open all
night as well as day?
we are and the same
good service' too.
Opera Club Cafe
Harry Nobles, Prop.
I HAD TO HIRE I
o more mechanics to keep up
o with our orders for water 0
come see our hand o
some line of bath o
tubs and nice lavatories o
A sink and water back for 0
your neat kitchen.
Agents who insure your S
CUTT T? with relief 0
OniLr-Ey w n e n you o
put in our cold air safety S
flues, corrices and f totals o
made to your order
Too Much Christmas.
There was a different story to tell
in Judge Brown's court yesterday.
and last night this Justice was busy
posting the fines imposed during the
day. The number of misdemeanor
cases tried in this court yesterday
numbered fourteen, and most of them
wero charged with being drunk and
General Office Moved.
The general office ot the Lucky Ti
ger Combination company were this
week moved to Douglas and in the fu
ture the office of the president and
general manager will "be maintained
at that point. A largo shipment of
the rich Tiger ore will be made to El
Paso in the very near future. The
office vacated by the company in this
city will now be occupied by Frank
Graf tho broker.
Yesterday morning about 9 o'clock
Ashley Boyd, who resffes in Dubach
er canyon, below town, was accident
ally shot while in the act of extract
ing the shells from a loaded revolver.
Tho ball passed through the ankle of
tho right foot and the bullet Imbedded
itself in the small bones of the an
kle joint. Dr. Broderlck was called
and attended the injured man.
A Slight Injury.
On Christmas day Mr. Riddle, a
Copper Queen employee, who was do
ing some necessary work in the Spray
shaft, sustained a scalp wound, al
though quite painful, is not of a soil
Sir. Riddle was at once removed
to the Copper Queen hospital where
he was attended by Dr. Godfrey. He
will be disabled, for several days.
Landed in Jail.
Deputy Sheriff George Chidesier re
turned from Tombstone last evening
where he had been to convey Jack
JIunro and Thos. Taylor, charged
with robbery and attempted murder
committed on a Mexican at Don Luis
on Tuesday. The Mexican, who was
badly injured during the melee, was
also taken over to the county hospit
al. The two Americans were held by
Justice Brown to await the action of
tho next grand jury.
Copiper Queen: Perry Sargent,
Douglas; H. B. Consher and wife,
Douglas; R. L. Samuel, city; Q. J.
Owens, city: Miss Viola Howatt, Ch.
Downs, Canada; N. S. Finch, La Can
anea; Robt. Graham, Hupac, Sonora;
J. J. Watt, city; L. S. McCarden, city;
J. R. Daly and wife, Naco; L. B. Plum-
ler. N. Y.; Scott Turner, S. O. Beel-
er, Don Luis; Jas. R. Masterson, Jr.,
EI Paso; E. S. Bewley, Phoenix; S. J.
Read, Los Angeles; C. K. Hartzell,
Prcscott; C. C. Lawton, city; C. A.
SERVICES AT THE M. E. CHURCH.
most artistically decorated. The tree
was one of the finest that could be
procured, and this was heavily loa.ljd
with a variety of presents for both rid
and young. Santa Claus was on hruil
at the proper time, and with his boun
tiful gifts and good cheer made many
a heart glad. The children perform
ed their parts without a break. S-utio
of them did especially well. Alto
gether it was one of the most success
ful and enjoyable Christmas gather
ings ever held in Blsbee. Seats had to
be brought in to accommodate tUe
The pastor and his wife were well
and liberally remembered, and every
body was mace happy. Great credit
is due those who had it in charge.
CHURCH OP THE COVENANT.
Rev. Harvy M. Shields, pastor.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Public
services at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
A general and very cordial invita
tion to attend these services is given.
Dr. Baum, head of the Copper
Queen hospital department, curing
the absence of Dr. Shine, will leave
this evening for Phoenix and will be
absent on a short vacation unUl Jan
Mr. Snyder, a blacksmith in the em
ploy of the Calumet & Arizona, is very
low at ihe Calumel & Arizona hos
pital. The patient is suffering with
a severe attack of typhoid fever, and
yesterday was not expected to live.
He Got His.
Yesterday a man named Mannen
planted himself in the bootblack stand
in front of Dan Hankins' cigar store
and demanded a shine. After his
wants had been attended to he refus
ed to pay the cripple who runs the
stand, and sauntered jauntily up the
street. The incident was witnessed
by three friends of the bootblack, and
they overtook the man at the flood
gate and administered a good sound
dzubbing which was witnessed by a
large and enthusiastic crowd who ap
plauded the. operation.
Grand Ball at Douglas.
On Christmas night at Douglas the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
gave their annual ball in the dining
room of the Hotel Queen. The hall
was artistically decorated, with the
colors of the brotherhood, and engin
eers' cans and a big headlight also
played an important part. The crowd
was the largest ever assembled at a
ball In Douglas, and it was after 1
o'clock before the floor was comforta
ble for dancing. The financial part
of the affair was a great success, and
the money taken in at the door will
go to the home for old and, crippled
This firm has established representatives in Calumet and Houghton,
Mich., and Duluth, Minn., to buy and sell for us all mining stocks at best
prices obtainable, thereby placing us in a position to offer our customers
tho advantages of different markets Before you buy or sell, call on us.
It will pay you to do so.
Q. E. TOVILJINSOIN & CO.
iVIinirrjfj Brokers, Room 5, Bank cf Bisbee Building
H. S. MOKHOW A. M MACKENZIE
ITHE MINES EXCHANGE!
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I Our branch office invCalurnet, Mich., gives latest
telegraphic info' mation regarding coiisditions in the copper country, and on War-
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ren District stoeks. We deal direct wikh eateru holders and can make prompt de-
Our lilst of mining properties in Arizona and bo-
n livery or sale on Bisbee stocks.
S nora, Mexico, includes those of recognizW value only.
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; ine neaoerg lownsne is comiing to me irmu
Mining nresr news reoorts a soeclialtv
MomOW & MSLC-k:AnZie, Office. Copper Queen Hotel b'ld'g
t'A'A'a'A'4 A 4'4 W'.C'J!' ti'4'xX.t A1
j. S. BARRlER, Ag'ent for
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANC
and Old Li e Fire Insurance Companies
Agent for Non-Residents
CO. OF NEW YORK,
Room 4, BanR of Bisbee, Bdj, Telephone
A RURAL COMEDY
E. B. MASON I
Sunday, December 27. 1903.
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; preaching,
11 a. m.; Bpworth League, 6:30 p.
m.. preaching, 7:45 p. m.
Program for evening services:
1. Hymn No. 188.
3. Carol "Angel Hosts."
4. Anthem "Behold, I Bring You
5. Carol "Hall, Sacred Day."
Anthem '"'Bethlehem Star."
Solo "He Was Despised"..
Carol "Awake! Awake! The
10. Anthem "Seraphic Choir."
12. Carol "Lor He Comes."
13. Anthem "Hark! From the Up
St. John's Guild.
The Ladies of the St. John's Guild
will hold a meeting at the residence
of Sirs. Jones on Monday afternoon at
2:30. A large attendance is request
ed, as business of importance is to be
Alfred Paul, of the Douglas Cigar
Co., was in Bisbee on Thursday on
business connected wltE his firm. He
returned to the smelter city on Satur
Colorado Sheriff Arrives,
A sheriff from Colorado arrived in
Tombstone last evening for the pur
pose of taking back to Colorado the
man Ross, who was arrested in this
city a short time ago by Deputy Sher
iff Johnson on a charge of blowing up
the Idaho mine in the Cripple Creek
district. The sheriff arrived armed
with the necessary papers and will de
part this morning for Colorado with
"By a Most Competent Company."
While "The Hills of California is a
rural comedy, it is not to he classed
with tho "Hay Rubon" dramw, or tho
man with a little bunch of whiskers
on his chin. There is a heart story
beautifully told. The character that
Mr. Bacon Is making -?u-:h a success of
Is an honest old farmer just such s
man as you seee every da. His
daughter has made a mistake, and
all of her relations excepting her fath
er have cast her off. You laugh with
him, and his sorrows are yours.
The play will be given 'n this city
on Tuesday evening, December 29,
with all the special scenery and effects.
The followng notice appeared in '.he
Denver News. October 5th:
"There is nothing topographical
about 'The Hills of California,' its
rather topographically inclined name
notwithstanding. The Hills are Just
plain California fanner folks, whose
various adventures are being set
forth acceptably by a most competent
It Is a very adequate presentation
of a "way down West." The farm
yard scene, with Its horse, cow, ducks
and. the various farmyard denizens
who stand in the full glory of the lime
light during the progress of the sec
ond act, for realism has never been
surpasses. One Plymouth rocn
pullet is worthy of special mention.
She chooses always the center of the
stage like a prima dona, and accepts
tho applause which always greets her
performance as her placid due.
"There are numerous specialties and
the piece seems assured of a prosper
START THIS YEAR RIGHT
The eel bratedj Medium and
Astrologer, can tell you just
what to do. No satisfaction,
Full life reading Sl.oo
Open evenings and Sunday's
when afier your mail and see the
Toilet sets in Buck horn and Celluloid.
Glove and Handkerchief boxes.
MAKE YOUR WIFE A PRES-
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fclMI Ul- IK riUnuntLU nn.nt-y
LY PRINTED CALLING CARDS. WE X
DO GOOD JOB PRINTING. BISBEE. j
If Everything new. No trouble to show goods
l The P. 0. Drug Store
Preparations are' ' being perfected
for the Art' Loan to be held at the
Methodist Church. The lecture by
H, E. Prindle on Art, with illustra
tions from drawings and living plc-
The next meeting of the city conn. tures, promfaes to be anNoccaslon of.
LOOMS $ GLASS.
cil will be on January 5.
metre than ordinary interest
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