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COOHtSfe JREVtfcW ! toURSDA? EVENING. NOVEMBER 22. 1900
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5 THE CITY I
Mr. Gates, partner of Mr. Packard.
U in town.
'J. S. Green of Clifton la stopping at
the Norton house.
H. Condy came in yesterday evening
from Fort Worth, Texas.
Mm. John Campbell returned yester
day from a visit to Tombstone.
J. M. Hall, of St. Joseph, is regis
tered at the Bessemer Hotel.
Mr. Hoey, collector of customs at
Nojrales, was a visitor in town labt eve
ning. H. G. Sweet is a recent.arrival froin
Chicago and may be found at the Nor
J. l Brown came up from Bacoachi,
Sonora, yesterday, and is staying at the
B. S. Hill arrived yesterday from Los
Angeles, and is looated at. the Hotel
Walter D. Walsh, of San FranciBCO,
is a visitor and is located at the Hotel
We find Henkel, the jeweler, carrys
the finest line of watches, jewelry, etc"
In the city. ol2-tf
Harris, the tailor, only charges $2
tn clean a suit of clothes, Tombstone
'- Wanted Position as housekeeper,
by a lady of experience. Apply at the
J. S. Mitchell is a late arrival from
San Francisco and has located at the
J. P. Teasdale and wife are recent
arrivals from St. Loui9 and are guests
of the Angius hotel.
The local lodge of Improved Order of
Red Men meet tonight. Visiting
C. L. Harris of Texarkana is here
among the visitors who are registered
at the Norton House.
Mrs. J. B. Angius and children and
Mrs. Luketich left this morning on a
visit to Hermoslllo and Guaymas.
B. J. O'Reilly, the well known, prom
inent Naeo citizen, was in town last
evening attending the business mat
ters. J. H. Langtry, of San Francisco, Is a
guest at the Bessemer. Mr. Lang
try is superintendent of Wells, Fargo
A Co. ,
G. W. Lutheu a Salt Lake citizen
came in from the Utah capital yester
day and is visiting Bisbee with head
quarters at the Norton.
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
Commencing December 1st the Bis
bee Water and Coal company will de
liver coal by their new electric ele
vated trolley burro system to all cus
tomera. E. B. Mason, Mgr.
The Tombstone Chinaman who killed
Stephen Rupe in self-defense, and was
himself shot through the lungs, is im
proving slowly, and under the care of
Or. Walter will shortly be about again.
A business house at Benson under
the name of H. Wauchoppe &, Co. went
under last week. The proprietor is a
much wanted man, but his whereabouts
are unknown. There are several
thousand dollars of claims against him.
Mr. Adams, the immigration inspect
or and Chinese inspeetor, was In town
last evening. Mr. Adams has made
several arrests lately of Chinamen who
were bent on adding to the number in
the states and exploiting Chinese cheap
Malcom Treadwell came in from La
Cananea yesterday and left for Califor
nia this morning, where he will visit
hlsTinother at. Santa Monica. Mr.
Treadwell is a son of Prof George A.
Treadwell, who is largely interested in
(he Greene Consolidated.
Charles Harris begs to announce that
he is continuing his business of tailor
ing aad repairing at short notice at his
residence in Tombstone canyon this
side of the Castle Rock. That he is
aow 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 hla fine stock of fall and
winter goods. sl2-tf
Sam J. Miller returned from Europe
yesterday, Mr. Millers family is in
Washington where he has visited for
some time. Mr. Miller enjoyed the
Paris Exposition which he asserts was
a wonderful show aud really more
wonderful than the Chicago Exposition.
Mr. Miller was particularly pleased
with the new gas engines for all much
aery dlsplayedjat the Paris exposition.
Mr. Miller is largely interested in the
Copper Rock and Gold Quartz (Miuing
Co. Pittsburg capitalists are members
of the company. He is also interested
in the extension of the Easter Sunday.
Mr. Miller will now give his attention
to the development of tho properties
Dr. Shaw, the sunitury inspector
whose buudquarteib are :it, Nogales,
came in last eveuiug aud today went
down towards Naco. The doctor is
kept busy owing to the large and fre
queul shipments of cattle from depots
in this district.
There will .be a grand turkey shoot
ing contest next Sunday, the 2fth of
November, at the Gun Club grounds
Conditions of the shooting will be
stated at the grounds. Everybody In
vited to shoot for their Thanksgiving
dinner. Contest eommenees at 11 a.
m. Dai uiras ana plenty oi tnem. ji
Fon Rent A fin pasture ranch
comprising 13,000 acres of fine feed,
well watered by streams and springs,
fenced, very early. Has railroad
through it with station on premises
making shipping easy. Correspondence
Santa Barbara, Cal.
Although the pupils have only fairly
commenced 'their donations for the
library books, the outlook is encourag
ing. The following amounts were con
tributed in the different rooms during
the flMt three days of the week:
Principal's room .' 92.40
Miss Cassln's room 2.90
Miss Minus's room 40
Miss Davis's roona 1.40
Miss Pfaffenberger's rbm. ...... . . .,4.05
Miss Hill's room , 3.00
Miss Warning''sroom 1.60
Total .' .,.:..$15.75
An apology is due some of the rooms,
as they were, unable to commence the
work as early as others. No doubt a
good showing' will be made by all in
next Monday's report. A number of
very desirable books have been contri
buted from home libraries.
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 entertainments on short notice.
A gold excitement is occurring on
the Navajo reservation, occupying a
large, area in northern Arizona. The
Uncha or Carissa mountains are in the
heart of thiB region. From them flow
pertain tributaries of the San Juan and
Little Colorado rivers, whieh have been
known for a score of years to be aurif
erous. Numerous prospecting parties
have from time to time endeavored to
reach the high mountains at their
heads, but until recently the N'avajos
have succeeded in thwarting their
efforts. Enough, however, has been
learned to prove that the land ip very
desirable from a mlaeral point of view,
and in all probability, the time has
nearly arrived for this interesting and
self-sustaining nation of Icdians to
maks way for the white man. Ex,
The annual meeting of the Cobre
Grande company for the election of di
rectors and officers was held in Phoenix
last week. The new directors are E.
B. Gage, W. M. 'Adamson, ' Conf
O'Keefe, J. H. Costello and J. -Henry
Wood. The' following officers were
elected: President, E. B. Gage; vice
president, J. H. Costello; secretary, J.
Henry Wood; treasurer, E. B. Knox.
Out of 200,000 shares 116,000 were rep
resented. This meeting was distin
guished by the absence of the turmoil
and confusion which prevailed at the
last annual meeting. There was no
contests or disagreements of any kind.
You might not bet on a diamond
ring or watch, but you can bet sure
enough on the limbergerand Swiss and
other cheese HenryCollmann cuts up at
the Brewery. He is the one and the
only one who knows how t please and
cater for hla various guest. A man
who never sleeps. Wholesale and re
tail. Delicacies delivered to fami
lies. ' ' nl2-tf
My wife, Mary Mllutinovieh, having
left -rty bed and board without just
cause, I will .not lie responsible for any
debts she may contract in my name
after this date.
n22-lw D. M. MlLUTINOVlCH.
The total returns are as follows:
Delegate to congress N. O. Murphy,
Republocan, 1,691; Macue A. Smith,
Democrat, 1,706, Charles H. Davidson,
Prohibition, 126. Smith's plurality, 15.
Miles from home, but you find what
your tongue desires, and your heart
will beat if you only see the layont you
get at Henry Collman's Brewery Caffe
inUhe line of hant, cheese, liver sau
Of Successful Candidates as Shown
. . 139
Delegate Mark Smftli, D..
Council C. C. Warner, It . .
ABsenibly- U. M. Woods, It
AsHombly M. Gray, D .
Assembly S. Roomer, D
Sheriff Del Lewis, D 233
Probate Judge C. R. Bostwick, D 132
Dist. Attorney, E. AV. Land, D. . . 23
Treasurer MD. Scibner, D 113
Recorder Frank Hare, D .28
Assessor Walter Fife, D. . 113
Surveyor J. A. Rockfellow, B -10
Supt. of Schools E. A. Nichols, D 83
Supervisor G. B. Reay, R 23
Supervisor P. J. Delehanty, D. . 40
Supervisor Thomas York, D 121
Total number of votes cast, 1,573.
At Pearce the Commonwealth mining
company has its new stamp mill about
ready to start, and has the new steam
hoist in operation. A new double com
partment shaft is being sunk, which
will be continued down bolow water
level. Water was encountered in this
mine in the old shaft, at 427 feet, and
although the rich ore was known to
continue below that point, sinking was
discontinued, because of the small size
of the abaft. It is now proposed to
push the new shaft down below water
as rapidly as possible, and pumping
machinery will be installed to handle
HOW TO MAKE FORTUNES.
Th Lnt Colli 1'. Uautlnfftoa Said
It Wms by tho CheuiUtry of
Mr. Hun.tington nas of the opinion
that the field of chemistry applied to
commercial ends offetcd the greatest
opportunities prcbabh for amassing
wealth whieh will open up in this
country in the twentieth centurj,'
wntea Holland, in the Philadelphia.
Press. The great fortunes from the
development of the transportation
business have been made. Herdaftei;
there is to be more ai.d more distribu
tion of these fortunes Hut Mr Hunt
ington not long ago said that if a,
chemist were to make a discovery of
some combination that would take th
place of rubber he ould hhve at hi
hand a fortune qu te as great as that
gained by Bessen.ci when he discovl
ered his cheap process of making
steel. In fact, Mi Huntington de
clared that if he weie a younger man,
or were beginning to-day his career
he would go to Afrioa or South Amert
ica and undertake the cultivation of
rubber, while at the same time he
would keep in close alliance with alt
the chemists, with the hope that they
might be abl to make an artificial rub
ber. So, too, he said that the chemist or
the botanist who was able to discover
in come leaf or shrub or annual plant
just the qualities that aie in spruce
timber and by a chemical or scientific
process, of which he had the trade
'mark or the secret, was able to deliver
a pulp to papet manufaetuier. ajs
good as that of spruce timber, would
not wait long for wealth or enormous
wealth, and in gaining great riches
for himself would add greatly to the
wealth of the world.
lit THE SAHARA,
Traveler, Telia of a Reoemt JPlei
at VUlt to the Great '
A traveler froui the Sahara desen
has just returned to Washington with
500 young date palms which will be
planted in Arizona, man) parts of
which have a climate bimilar to Norm
Africa and Arabia. He found the
nights pleasant on the sandy deseit,
there being often a difference of to
degieu between noon aud midnight
The sirocco, or hot wind and saijd
storm, made the days unbeatable,
but the nights were wonderful cool,
clear and windless and filled with ftr
stars. He traveled at night, and tie
long caravan of which he and his
baggage was a part bwung silenUy
along in the shadow of the said
dunea. The Arab guides steered thUr
way by the-tars
This traveler witnessed the mj
nineeat rising of the sun avur te
liinithtM wMt of glittering sattf,
rooky heapa and promontories ad
clustered plumes of date palms thft
rose from green oases, where giy
teat a sheltered bands of Bedouhs
and their flocks and herds of sherp
and camels In st.ch places as these
he visited during the day and was
served with goat's milk and bread aid
dates and good mutton and Arabim
coffee. It wu all so like a story bojk
that a was afraid he would wake up
oxoetimt and find it was all a dretvn
JSTf T" iadlaaa Still Pasaa.
Christianity k&s not made much
progress among the Indians in Nw
York state. Tbeie are now on the rts
ervatlon there 4.S50 Indians, and a mis
sionary eflya at least five-eighths of
them adhere to the old pagan religion,
lite and auperstitions.
Waea Fllea Stick Closely.
It is alleged that flies stick xfaer
closely just before a rain in fear ot
wing bXiwn away by sudden winds.
J A Pleasure to Answer !-,etter
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Houses for Ren.. Money Loaned XXX
OFFICE: ANGIUS BUILDING. ROOM 3. BISBEE, A. T.
We are better equipped than ever 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-rightuess about every garment that
leaves the department. This makes satisfact:on
doufrly sure, whether 3'ou pick out a suit from
our stock, or are more exacting as 3'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, satisfactority, economically.
One hundred and some odd pioees of woolous In troustjr
leugtliH from which to muko selections. Theto'a quite a dlf
ferenee between selecting trousers lrom small samples und full
lengths. No chnnce of mistaking the quality or getting u ..
false idea of tho pattern. No such liberal stock r piece goods '
has ever before been shown in Bisbee. No two patterns alike;
that means oxclusiveneas; not much to pay that's economy;
no time like now that means having the full tiisoitmentto
choose from. ;
It was a clever mall who thought out Ves-Two The idea
is so clover it has been patented. . Ves-Two is. two vests in ouej ,
a reversible, turn either side out, fancy vest. One side is dou
ble breasted, the other single breasted. Fancy worsteds and
silk vestitigs, euch side strikiugly diffcteiit from the other.
And the Ves-Two costs no more than you usually pay for one
vest. We would suggest that you see these 'Ves -Twos atiyway..
From $4 to $7.50. ", ,
and Rain Coats for Men or Boys' All sizes, all
prices, and all equalty 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 why.
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M. J. Cunningham
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