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vf . ijbww , ""xv rv,isrifcp( i 5" OOOKtSti StEVHCW : MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 19. 1900 W . -i X f 1 ,4 'i ( 4 J v r I -J 1 'V v ' r v t, r t A? ' , "VV't 5 twv- NEWS OF THE CITY 'r Seott White arrived from Tombstone yesterday. J. Pratt, of Cananea, is a guest at the Norton House. Ernast Barker left thla morning for a trip, to BonBon. ; Ed Austin will leave for Phoenix to morrow morning1. John Daniels, of British Columbia, is a recent arrival in town. Dr. F. A. Sweet returned from his visit to Phoenix Saturday. T. P. Powell, of San Francisco, Is a visitor at the Norton House. Mrs. Aston, of Car's Canyon,, aud D. F. Aston, are at the Norton Hotel. V. S. Syer, of Wilson, British Co lumbia, Is registered at tha Norton. V. R. Stiles of BUbee, was register edst the San Augustine yesterday. Star. August Joers is dowu In Mexico where! he is uttonding to his mining In terests'. We tind Henkel, the jeweler, earrys ' the finest line of watches, jewelry, etc In the cltj . ol2-tf Mr. L. E. Andtrsou and Mr. Long, nephew of Henry Miller, cattle buyers, are in town. Harris, the tailor, only oharges $2 to clean a suit of clothes, Tombstone canyon. " tf Wanted Position a housekeeper, by a lady of experience. Apply at the Richelieu House, James MoLaurin is registered at the Norton House. He arrived at Bisbee from San Francisco yesterday. W.Biddlingmyer and wife and I. Bid dlingmyer, Jr., of Cripple Creek, Col orado, are guests at the Norton Hotel.' U. A. Jastro of Kern county, Califor nia, manager of J. B. Haggin, the jjreat attle owner, was in town yester-" day. H. D. Hoeye, of Marks barberlng establishment, left today for Sheffield, Illinois: where he (roes on business on behalf of his son. Mrs. C. M. .Johnson will give lessons in embroidery, Kensington and Batten berg, on Saturday's from 2 to 4 p. m. Tyler house, Bisbee. nol4 lm Wanted--Taree first class miners steady work 'for good men; $3.50 per day Ignited States currency; board $1. 'A. J. Brant,' Santa Margarita Mine.'Sonora, Mexico. Mr, Pratt, mechanical engineer of Fairbanks, Morse & Co., Is in town fix ing up George Mitchell's automobile for the trip to the Cananeas. A store is to be built at the New Erie townsiteat the border. A num. ber of carpenters iwe on the spot and the building will be commenced at once. R. V. Daniels, of Naco, was a visitor in town Saturday. The revenue offi cer says the traffic across the border is very extensive and his office is full of work. Dr. McLean, Jr., la located at the Anglus hotel and will practice his pro fession. The doctor has had a valua ' ble experience in his profession and is the son of Professor McLeau of Ann Arbor. , i Wanted, by man aud wife. ' Good experience -in taking full charge of boarding house, or wife cook and man work in mines. H. A. Fink, 307 Tem pi St., Los Angeles. nol4 2t Commencing December 1st the Bis v bee Water and Coal company will de--liver coal by their new electric ele vated trolley burro system to all oue tomers. E. B. MASON, Mgr. Mr, William Buckingham, with Mr. Jackson of California, left on a trip to the Cananeas yesterday. Mr. Buck ingham will put in a bid for the elec tric light plant to be erected at the Cananeas on behalf of his company, Fairbanks, Morse St Co. Sam S, Suplee leaves tomorrow for his home In Albuquerque on a, three weeks visit. He will return here and go on to Sonora with Mr. Savage, an old time prospector, on a prospecting tour to the Aio mountains, tho Mar- galllan range and the Caboullona raneh. FOK RENT A tine pasture ranch comprising 13,000 acres of fine feed, well wattered by streams and springs, need, very early. Has railroad through it with station on premises making shipping easy. Correspondence solicited. Hollister Estate, ul7-2w Santa Barbara, Cal. Scott White and C.E. Tyler are.'xubv lng the office of the Greene Consoldated company to the new offices built by that company at Naoo. This will'uke ' Jxom Bisbee several of our well nown a&A BNt popular citizens, and Mr. Wlilto and Mr. Tyler will be- missed hereby numbers of friends. Naco is both luoky and prosperous. James Boyd a well known anil fc perittuceu mining: man, mill inuu und engineer tvho'hus put up qmta u largo number of mills in California and else where is in town. William Scott, of New York, 'is rop represt'Utliiir the International Society, publishers ot'tho Warren Library of tho World's B.est Literature, is in town. Mr. Scott is looking' up the citizens who' have already purchased or who arc likely to' purchase this really splen did addition to the library. Charles Harris beers to announce that he is continuing his business of tailor ing aud repairing at short n&tice at his residence in Tombstone canyon this side of the 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 line stock of fall and winter goods., &12-tf The Bisbee Improvement Company. A corporation duly organized under the laws of the Territory of. Arizona, for the purpose of manufacturing and selling Ice, Electricity, and Telephone Service, desire to give the people of Bisbee an opportunity of becoming in terested in the enterprise. Therefore, they -toff er .for sale Five Thousand (6,000) shares of the Capital Stock of the Company at the par value of Ten Dollars per share. Subscription book will be opened at the Bank of Bisbee on Wednesday, November 14th -and will remain open until the 18th Inst. Intending sub scribers' should call at .the bank dm Ing the regular banking hours, 9 a.mi. to 4. p. m. and sign the subscription book for the number of shares for which they wish to-subscribe. No subscription for less than ten shares will be.consldered, and the Com pany reserve the right to refuse, re duce or reject any or all subscriptions Ten per cent of the value of the shares subscribed must be deposited with the Bank of Bisbee at the time of signing application. The proceeds from the sale of the above mentioned stock will be applied to the acquiring and constructing the necessary plants for the manufacture of ice, electricity and telephone service, and such other uses as may be permit ted under the Articles of Incorporation of this Company By order of the Board -of Director. Walter Douglas, John b. anqius, spbncer S.Clawson, , Lemuel C shattuok, nl4-6t . William H. Brophx. 'i . . I.. . Thanksgiving Dance. On Thanksgiving night, the 29th, the.Cemetery Committee will give their grand dance for the benefit of the cem etery. Elaborate preparations are be ing made to insure a success. The fol lowing.commiltees have been chosen: Reception Committee Tom Devine, Hank Snodgrass, Emil Marks, Allie Sowles, M. Cunningham, V. R. Stiles. Floor Committee-N. Niohols, H. Barkdol, G. M. P.orttr, James Allison, M. W. MerrllltT. . Woods. Prompter, J.JW. Sheppard. Car4 of Thanks. Mrs. John Rock and her daughters wish to express their thanks to the people of Bisbee during the sickness and death of their husband and father. Mrs. John Rock. Jerome Mining. The hills south of Jerome literally swarm with miners, prospectors and others interested in mining. There is the greatest activity as far south as' the MinguB company, which is employing twenty men., At the Burkshyre camp there are about fifteen men engaged sinking a shaft; at the Cliff six men are working by hand. The Iron King has a full force driving a tunnel. The Cop per Chief lately let B the most of their men, it ia said, because of the incom plete condition of the plant to reduce their ore. Mine buildings at the Copper Chief are much more pretentious than those camps; unlike other propositions in these hills its values are carried in what appears to be a fine sand and very soft rock. The treatment of this ore has been a study by Hendy who thinks he has passed the experimental age so far as getting 'the best results by chem ical treatment' in his laboratory. Vats for treating tjie pulverized ores have been filled aid treated by chemical agents and the tailings show that a very small fraction of 1 per cent of the values carried by the ore is allowed to escape. Wow vats will be put up ana an Increased force of men put to work. Jerome Reporter. A Rich Clean-up. Willian Lawrence cume to Globo last week, bringing 76 ounco of gold (Troy v eighty, riiprnbrnlingn month's i lo, n up fiora hid initio, two miles zenith of Dripping SpiuiKb. Tho gold wab ship ped from Globo by expi CbS. Its value is from .J1.200 to $1,300. Mr. Laweiemo and J. C. Glis9ion ai'e the owner) of the mine and they have been working it on ly a few months. They made several shipments of ore, but tho charges were so heavy that they decided to work It themselves and for that purpose erected an urastra which answers the purposo very well. The mine is un old locution formerly owned by United States Maishal Grif fith, who sunk a shaft 70 feot und got some very good ore, but tho ledge was a blind lead, and was found by Law rence and Glisson about 30 feet from the shaft. The gulch had been worked over successfully several times for placer gold, showing that the gold must have como from a lodge near by, and Lawrence and Glisson, after dili gent search, discovered it. The ledge is from two to three feet wide and car ries a very rich streak, which in so me places is not wider than the thickness of one's finger, and in other places widens into , pockets. This streak as says 202 ounces of fine gold to the ton, and the ledge matter $15 to $20. Tho gold is in decomposed iron, which crumbles easily. Lawrence and Glis son have two Claims, one on either sido of the discovery shaft. ee0440O0eo4ooo0e0'&04oeo44oe946'4s A Pluusuru to Answer L,ettet- q Wrltn for KkUiiiuIhk EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE GO. I MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORGE and BOILER WORKS ALL CLASSES OF MINING MACHINERY Special Agents for the Celebrated CAMERON STEAfl PUflPS and CHARTER QASOLINE ENGINES EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY t El Paso, Texas I 4eX44044"fr404644e0MHfr'e0eeti' Attention I Lodges, Societies and Parties will be well pleased to know that Henry Coll mann, of the Brewery Cafe, will take their orders for Banquets, Balls and other entertaluaents on abort sotlee. WHITE GHOST WILL RACE. YfeUt Will Tour br Ato from Itow Yerfc to MJAnimgnHa M.I .IflUNQflN RL ESTATE, MINE BROKER Houses and Lots Bought and Sold on Commission. Houses for Ren . Money Loaned XXX OFFICE: ANGIUS BUILDING. ROOM 3, BISBEE, A. T. fA New York man who was at Minne apolis the other day says that on the occasion of a dinner given at the Waldorf-Astoria recently William K. Van derbilt bet $10,000 Aith a New York banker that he would ride his new French automobile from the doors of the Waldorf-Astoria to the West hotel in Minneapolis in 15 days. He adds that the bet was closed and the attex.pt is to be made during this month. The new automobile is a racing machine, he j JL; capable of making tremendous speed. Says the New Yorker: The French automobile is called The White Ghost.' It is about the swiftest thing on wheels in New York at present, and nothing pleases its owner any better than a chance to let it travel to its full limit. I understand he is to be accompanied on this trip by his French chaffeuer, the expert who accompanies him on all important trips. He will also carry his valet. I am quite prepared to see Mr. Vander bllt make kb trio in ztraordiaarr n &T4?MHt?TMTH I 4 Clothing Matters V e are better equipped th:ui ever to tuke proper cure and give m re perfect satisfaction in our Men's Clothing Department. To this end we have now in our steady employ a TaUor, whose sole business it is to remedy an' defect or misfit, no matter how slight; to see that -there io a just-rightness about eveiy garment that leaves the department. This makes satisfact:on . doubh' sure, whether you pick out a suit from our stock, or are more exacting as you've a, right to be about a made-to-order suit. In this connection we might add that we'-1 are prepai'ed to press and clean clothes prop- , erly, satisfactorily, economically. Mr. Shallow What queer notions fikildren get sometimes, to be sure. There's my son Freddie, for instance; he has an almost unconquerable desire to become a cowboy. Mrs. Callow Nothing so very strange about that; I have oftan heard vnu vw- ' --..-.- - - j say fc was a great calf. Boston Con- ? i. 14 A rotold Celebration. CoL Girard, of Neufchatel, Switzer land, on one and the same day cele brated his eightieth birthday, his gold en wedding, the silver wedding of his daughter, and the marriage of a grand daughter. Icrs in Price of Salt. On the 1st of July, 1900, the price of salt in Germany was advanced from 8 marks to 8.70 marks ($1.90 to $2.07) per 120 pounds The salt mines of the country are owned and operated by the government. The increase is attrib uted to the rise in the price of labor. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE BANK OF BISBEE i & Rlsboe in the Territory of Arizona at the cloio of business, Not. 10, 1900: RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, lest due from Directors.. 51,054 28 Duo from Director 8,105 40 59.159 11 tMerUratts, . seoureu 1,073 r Uniecured . . . 45 18 Duo from Trust Companion, State and national BanKfi Banking House, Furniture and Fix tures Stncki. securities, etc Curreat Expencen and Taxes Paid Specie 0.4S5 81 Legal Tender und National Hunk Notes 20,510 00 Other Items carrlod as cash Including- Mexican silver . 22,234 49 Trouser Lengths One huudied und nonn'odd pieces ot wooleus ill tionser leugtha from which to intiko selections. Theiu'a iuito it dil forenco between selecting ti ousuiy from amull bum plea and full lengths. No chanco ol mistaking iho quality or gettiug m false idea of the pattern. No such liberal stock of piece goods baa over before been shown in Bisbee. No two pallet ua alike that means exclusiveness; not much to pay that's economy; no time like nowthat mean 'having the full u&Boitmeut to choose from. " VesTwos It vua a clever muu who thought out Ves-Two The idea is so clever it has been patented. Ves-Two is two vests in one; a reversible, turn either sido out, fancy vest. One Bide is don-" ble breasted, the other single breastod. Fancy worsteds and silk vestiugs, each side strikingly ditterent from tho otherl And the Ves-Two costs no more than you usually pay for one vest. We would suggest that you seo thesp Ves-Twos anyway,, From $4 to $7.50. Mackintoshes - 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. The' are -made? right that's why. COPPER QUEEN STORE . T .. . -H . '. , .fciM'M' rxoroiAOTJMr rrJ"J"&JrvJrTKr PEa Bank of Bisbee 11,431 && 215, 25 Bullion - Internal Revenue Stamps 49.2S0 80 23 85 45S 13 Total LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in Undivided Profits Individual Deposits Sub ject to Check $207,843 26 Demand Certificates of Deposit 2,359 65 Certified Checks. 217 15 Due to Trust Companies. State und National Banks . . 5,WU 7 ..$245,445 00 $ 25,000 00 4,104 27 Director: Ukn Williams J. S. Douais J. U. Anqids W. H. Brophy M. J. CtJNNlNfWAM (INCORPOKAThD) OmVersi V. H. llKorav, President .1. S. Douglas, Vice-Prealdetlt M. .1. Cunningham, Cashier Ac- i Korxlirii Exchunue and Telegraphic Transfers to all Parts of tho World. counts of Individuals, Firms aud Corporations solicited. Matters entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention. Mexican mono) nought ana sola. Afcenoy t for Now Zealand Firo Insurance Company. . . J 3jtrjooroo vKixifixi iiiyjj -218,340 73 Total $245,445 00 Tebbitobv of Ahizona, ( WM COUNTT 0 COCHISK. J I, MJ Cunningham, cashior of tho uboe named bank, do solemnly swonr that the abovo statement is true to the hest of my knowledge and bellof. M. J.CUNNifiaHAM.Caihloi. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this IV, dayof Nov., 1900. J. M.O'COHHBLL, (Seal. Notary Public. J. B. ASQius. TV. U. BBofHy. Directors. The Zellner Piano Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IF Pianos & Organs. Write for Catalogue. Pianos on Monthly Payments. 0(ficc-.i21 1-2 5outh Broadway. Los Angeles,' Calllronla. j-r m M w , '' ;l r "H m it V.