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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 17th, 19C3.
BISBEE GYMNASIUM CLUB
The building will be open lor use by
the different departments as follows:
MONDAYS 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. for
men;, gym. class, 7:30 p. m.
TUESDAYS 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. for
men; gym. class, 1 p. m.
WEDNESDAYS 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.
for men; pyni. class, 7:30 p. m.
THURSDAYS S a. m. to C p. m.;
for men; gym c'ass. 1 p. m.; 6 p. m.
to 10 p. m. for women; gym class, S
FRIDAYS 9 a. in.- to 10 p. m. for
men; gym class, 7:30 p. m.
SATURDAYS 9 a. m. to 10-30 p.
so for men; gjm class, 1 p. m.; gym
class for boys, 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.; gym
class for girts. 2:30 p. m. to 4 p. m.
SUNDAYS 9 a. m to C p. m. baths
and reading room for men; 1 p. m. to
6 p. m., entire building for men.
FOR SALE 500 shares Modern Cop
per Co. 40 cents: 1,00 shares Gold
Treasure Mines Co., 25 cents; 800
shares Atlas, exceptionally low figure.
Apply B. F. Graham & Co., Mining
Brokers, Bisbee, Arizona. 1-28-tf
DOUGLAS LOTS FOR SALE Lots
5 and 6, block 87, la front of library
site. Price $1,500 each, or $2,500 for
the two. Boaz Duncan, 445 Wilcox
building, Los Angeles. 2-19-tf
"HOTEL "ROY" recently opened at
Douglas In the new brick building on
Tenth street, opposite the Copper
Queen store, is the only first class ho
tel in the city. Newly and elegantly
furnished. Hot and cold boths. La
dies' and gents' toilets. Commodious
office. Large sample room for trav
eling men. Electric bells ia all rooms
Jay and night service. 2-27-tf
Female Help a Specialty
Stenography and Typewriting
Main Street Opp Angius Hotel
MRS PETE McCOY, Manager
CASH REGISTERS &
SAW FILING & KEY PITTING.
J. C. RAUB,
Stenographer and typewriting done
promptly and accurately. Call at the
office of B. F. Graham & Co., brokers.
Copper Queen hotel building. 12-19-tf
Just received carload buggies, runa
bouts and delivery wagons. Brophy's
carriage repository at Lowell, Naco
ORDINANCE NO. 23.
An ordinance for the abolition of the
police department of the city of Bis
bee. 3e it ordained, by the mayor and
common council of the city of Bisbee.
Section 1. That, hereafter, no po
licemen shall be appointed for or in
the city of Bisbee, and all policemen
heretofore appointed by the city
ouncil are hereby removed.
Section 2. AH ordinances or parts
of ordinances in any -way conflicting
with this ordinance afe hereby re
pealed. Passed and adopted by the mayor
and common council this 9th day of
March, A. D. 1903.
J. J. Muirbead,
W. D. Kinsey, Mayor.
City Clerk. 3-17-St.
Until April 1st the stock books of
the Huachuea Consolidated Develop
ment Co. will be open to subscription
in Bisbee. Any one wishing stock can
secure same by makingap'pllcation to
any officer of the company or to"F; R:
Harrington at the office of the Bisbee
Improvement Co. This stock will pos
itively be withdrawn from the marke
For a good, comfortable smoke, try
tbe "El Tropico" a home production
A trial will convince you.
Call for the "El Tropico" cigar, made
In Bisbee from Clear Havanna Fill
ings and Sumatra wrappers. Sold ev
erywhere. S. Daly and B. F. FurwMer. Tailor
made suits to order. Tailoring, ciean
Ins dyeing. Cleaning by the dry pro
cess. 114, back of city hall Bisbee,
Schwartz Bros, have rightfully -earned
the reputation as being the proper
D'ace to buy proper footwear. We
have learned the shoe business
through the only practical channel
-experience-which has convinced
us u7at the "Selz" is it for $3 and
WANTED-Girl to do general house
work at Blair house. 3-i&--n
H Clay Herrick, Teal estate broker,
pays strict attentionto correspondence.
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ports & Other Infor-
$ mation. g
J. F. Wilson Delegate
Alex O. Brodie Governor
Isaac T. Stoddard Secretary
Edward Kent Chief Justice
Frederick L. Nave
M. H. McCord
U. S. Attorney
U. S. Marshal J
Frank L. Doan .. ..Customs Collectoor
Fen S. Hildreth Register
M. W. Moore Register
Hugh H. Price Suveyor General
Isaac M. Christy Treasurer
V. F. Nichols Auditor
E. W. Wells Attorney General
N. G. Layton Supt. Instruction
Thomas Rynnlng ...Arizona Rangers
George R. Davis District Judge
Seth Leavenworth ..District Attorney
A. V. Lewis Sheriff
F. .O'Brien Probate Judge
Frank Haie Recorder
M. D. ScribD.er
... Tax Collector and Treasurer
Charles Wallace School Supt.
B. J. O'ReHly Assessor
George C. C!arU .Surveyor
Thomas "iork Superv sor
vvjiuiuii iTiii:ueii. ouirvivu '
J. J. uowen supervisor
B. A. Packard Councilman
Steve Roemer Assemblyman
J. M. O'Connel Assemblyman
James Howell Assemblyman
J. Brown Justice of Peace
A. McDonald ....Justice of Peace
lucuuuiuu ....Jusure ui .
A. Casad Constable
J. J. Mulrhead Mayor
Peter Johnson Councilman
J. J. Bowen Councilman
John S. Taylor Councilman
Ed Scott Councilman
C. C. Warner Councilman
Amos Kindred councilman
W P Miller
J R, Henderson Marshal
W. D. Kinsey Clerk
James Krigbaum Street Supt.
Harry Jennings Police Officer
James Harrington Police Officer
METAL MARKET REPORT
New York, March 16
Lake 14.7515 00
Silver 48 3-8
Mexican dol"ars 3SM
STOCK QUOTATIONS and was tnrown aside. He narrowly
G. E. Tomlinson & Co. furnishes the;esfaPcd beniad one of the fences in"
following stock quotations lor date o. ,ide of the areaa- Rulus attempted
February Toth- to tnrow another bull, but could not
Ca'umetand" Arizona 110 to 115. 'set a rip on his horns. The arena
Calumet and Pittsburg,
Lake Superior and Pittsburg. 75.
Calumet & Bisbee ($5 paid stock)15.00
Copper Glance $ .60
Easter Sunday 25
Marquette & Arizona
.i.quct Doircc vceTconiv i
In the local report the retail price
t, ,o ?, ,:, n,,antv '
Flour ner 100 lbs 3.40
RMr r 1W1 Tbs S.75
Bacon, per lb 16
Skinned ham, per lb 17'
Ham, per n 16
Dry sale pork, per lb 14 I
Pink beans, per lb 05
Navv beans'. Der lb 05
Lima beans, per lb OS i
Eggs, Kansas, per doz 35
Lard, pure 3-lb pail, per lb... .16 2 3
Rice, fancy head, per lb 12
Rice, ordinary, per lb 10
Coffee, Mocha and Java, lb... .40
Coffee, ordinary, per lb 16 2 3
Hay. alfalfa, per ton 19.00
Oats, per 100 lbs 2.10 I
Barley, per 100 lbs 2.10
Bran, per 100 lbs 1-55 I
Potatoes, fane yBurbanks, lb . . .02&
Onions, fancy Oregons, per lb..2g3
COPPER QUEEN ARRIVALS
Fred Schrader, Kansas City.
D. P. Richards, St. Louis.
. P. F. Neilson, Kansas City.
S. Lemuel, Dal'as Tex.
D. J. Allergo. San Francisco.
' S'. L. Hazzard, Tucson.
W. L. Mason, New York.
P. D. Robles, Cananea.
Ed M. Sturges, Sonora.
J. Chillberg, ElPao.
Scott W&ite, Cananea.
CANANEA, YAQUl RIVER & PA
Kffectire January 15, 1903, following
will be dally schedule of passenger
Leave Naco 9:30 a.m.
Leave Cananea 2:00 p.m.
Arrive Cananea 11:30 a. in.
Arrive Naco 4:00 p.m.
E. A. McFarland,
AssL General Manager.
Naco. Sonora. January15.' 1S03.
Passenger Time Table, E. P. &. S. W.
Ar. from Douglas 7:07 . m.
Lv for Naco 7:17 a. m.
Ar. from Benson, 8:50 a. m.
Lv. for El Paso and Dougla 9:00
Ar. from Naco 12:3S p. m.
Lv. for iaco 1 p. m.
Ar. from El Paso 4:42 p. m.
Iv. for Benson and Douglas - 52
The' above reward will be paid for
the arrest and conviction of thejarty
who defaced the entrance to the gym
nasium. 3t. LEE F. HANMER, Director.
Brief City News
Phoenix and Eastern.
Mr. G. B. Chittenden, in Tucson last
Saturday, gave the information that
the Phoenix and Eastern railroad,
which will connect Phoenix with Ben-
son is well under way. A large gang
through rock, while between Florence
at the Buttes cutting the roadbed
I through rock, while between Folrence ward of $10 for the recover- of the
and the Buttes a large grading gang blankets.
'are working. It is hard to conceive o
aa idea or what this road will do forjDied Last Night.
this section. Clear from the Buttes i Mrs- Worsen Charette died at her
along up the Gila and San Pedro riv- home on Chihuahua hill at 7 o'clock
ers, to and beyond Mammoth, a dis- J yesterday evening. Funeral services
tance of over a hundred miles is a'w111 De neld at the Catholic church at
'tremendous mineral country'. The ores,2 P- ffl- today. She was the wife of
are not high grade, but are in large Saul Charette, who has lived in Bisbee
bodies. There are lots of mines, but I
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nono mat. couia stanu snipping ore iu
Tucson and then to a smelter. It is
'not expected that this road will be
I completed until next year any by that
ttme many 0f the mines will be in
' shane to shin ore
Harry jennings is mournfe
bunch of shamrock that he re
ceived Saturday from Ire'aad. They
were in a bowl on the bar of the Pony
saloon, when a German entered the
place and asked for a glass of beer.
He saw the shamrock on the bar, and
thinking it was watercress, devoured
the flowers. He was not noticed until
he had finished. The national flower of
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uail U11S evt'UU. iucj wmc an i.iic
,W from Killarney. and
oy a reiauve. jmum.
says that It
co.st about $25 to
set the shamrock
The Irish Nationalist ball tonight
promises to be one of the biggest so-
' cial events of the season. The opera
nouse Has been tasteiu ly oeeoratea
for the event. After the first half of
the ball, lunch will be served during
an intermission at the Copper Queen
hotel. Proprietor Whitehead has nude
ample preparations for a 1 who come.
The Fair store is selling shamrocks
for the ball. They are excellent in
At Naco Sunday Romulus failed to
throw his second bull, and came near
being seriously injured. He had the
bull about ready to drop when he 'ostjand bet a rolls of bills on the foot-
his grip on one of the animal's horns
iwas win iniea wnn spectators, wno
expected to see Komuius conquer tue
Of the excursionists
who went to
Dquglas Sunday to see the football
game. Jacob Schmld and George Qlw-.
ett were about the only ones who diG"?''
not return ur.il Monday. They missed
the evening train out of Doug' as Sunday
!and bad to waJt until yesterday morn-
ing to get out of the citj-.
they saw the smelter city by lamplight.
In Justice McDonald's court yester-
day a Mexican was found not guilty
of trying to defraud the company store.
He was charged with drawing the
sum of $9 on a book that did not be
long to him. The evidence was not
strong enough to warrant a onvlction
and he .was discharged. Another Mex
ican was fined ?7 In the same court for
being drunk and disorderly on the
Dr. Edmundson went to Douglas
on a hurry call to at-
tend the child of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Aguirre, which is reported very low.
Dr. Edmundson returned to Bisbee
yesterday morning. He said that the
case was verv irrae
The baseball promoters wi'I hold
some improptu revival meetings this
week, and try to stir up interest In the
ball team. There are now in the city
enough players to make up a "good
team, but until the public lends the
proper kind of support, no move will
be made to get things under way.
Brakeman Hughes, who was injured
east or Douglaa last week and brought
to the hospital here for treatment, is
reported to be doing well under the
circumstances. His Injuries have been
found no worse than was reported ,ng m naa oeea Passed by both houses
Sunday morning. He will not be lald'r the legislature and signed by the
up for any great length of time.
Season Closes. (district ana means ie location of the
"With tbe football same :at Douglas -Tcited States court here, wh'fch will
Sunday, Bisbee closed the season, andibe a material benefit jo thertown. Co
will not be seen again upon the grid- cWse conty will then have a resident
iron until later in the year. The In- JudSe and the civil and criminal calen.
next season and play all over the ter
ritory. Several of the players, who
have played on the team In the games
against Huachuca, will be on the next
eleven. The suits have been stored
An unknown man , stole a roll of
blankets, valued at about $45 from the
Brewery saloon yesterday evening.
j They were the property of O. P. Hunt.
uus l-anaau usea mo DianKets several
days ago while on'a trip Into Mexico,
and left them In the saloon before re
turning them to Hunt. The blankets
were taken while the saloon was filled
with men, but none of them can re
call who did It. Landau offers a re-
eleen Jears. ine deceased leaves
SMALLER CITY NEWS
Bisbee spent quiet a Sunday on ac
count of the outside attractions. Naco
and Douglas divided the crowd.
Henry Romero, right halfback of the
football team, went to Cananea yester
day on business.
At 'the gymnasiium al'eys Saturday
evening, White. Bailey, Anderson and
Maffer bowled a total of 754. White
lead with 203. Bailey never failed to
make a spare or a strike during the
Ed Sturges, of Sonora. is in the city
again. He reports mining lively
around El Tigre.
Cleveland H. Dodge and party left
'. . " " " I'"?
yesterday for Tombstone, where the
mines will be inspected. They will go
ar.d MorencI later in the
The case of Crockett versus Pritch-
ard, over mining oronertv. was tried
yesterday betore Justice Brown. His
decision will be rendered today.
Justice Brown yesterday fined Juan
Supvelda $10 for being drunk. The
fine was paid.
Superintendent James Douglas re
turned to Nacozari jtsfferday. Hq
spent a few days with Cleveland H.
Sunday afternoon two box cars ran
away in the local yards, and badly dam
aged the cars.
V. R. Danie's was here yesterday
The I. O. F. met last night at Libra
D. W. Scrapie wert to Tombstone yes
terday on business.
Heber Baird went to Douglas Sirndav
ball game. He-was one of the most
At the Copper Queen Sunday night
several of Bisbee's young men gath
ered for a supper with wine. All re
ports excellent cuisine and a good
Dr. Sweet went to Phoenix Sunday
night and wi 1 probab'y remain until
the legislature has finished its work.
Frank Giaf went Saturday to Fort
Huachura, wheie he is interested
hay contracts. He returned home yes-
TOMBSTONE NEWS NOTES
Bunch of News Items From County
Tombstone, Ariz., March 16. The
construction gang of the El Paso and
Southwestern arrived at Fairbank
Sunday evening and began work on the
Tombstone branch this morning. There
is over a hundred men in the crew
and it is expected they will complete
the work on the road within about
two weeks. The ties have already
been distributed out of Fairbank for a
distance of nearly two miles.
Tombstone will fittingly observe the
advent of the arrival of the railroad
into its limits by a grand celebration.
Committees are now at work and a'
ready several hundred dollars have
been raised towards the celebration.
Excursion trains will be run from Bis
bee, Douglas and Naco. An interest
ing program of literary exercises, as
well as an afternoon of sports, will
be provided. A barbecue, hose races,
horse races, etc., will be found on the
program. The firo department held a
meeting last evening" anil will offer a
large purse for a water contest for
outside teams to compete for.
The case of J. M. Butterworth vs. L.
C. Shattuek et al to quiet title to a
mining district, was withdrawn from
the calendar in the district court on
Saturday, the parties of the suit hav
ing agreed upon asettlemenL
The citizens of Tombstone are feel
rag extremely jubilant these days,
WTth the welcome news of the early
arrival of the railroad, comes also the
news from Phoenix that the redlstrict-
; governor. The bill puts Pinal, Gra-
jham and Cochise counties ia the first
car wnicn nas oeen ni ed with hund
reds of cases for years will be event-
ua'Iy cleared up. As it has been a
great injustice has been done to all
justices concerned. Judge Fletcher M.
Doan, now located at Florence, will
be assigned to this district
One car load of the Tombstone Im
provement company's ice plant has ar
rived at, Fairbank and wi'I be brought
up at once and the work of installation
; at once be begun.
W H BPOPHV Dw,M....
j J. S DOUGLAS. Vice-President.
We transact a general banking busi-ieys, issuinjrdrafts on ail the principal citisa oi
bo r cited States, Mexico and Europe, Hon Koug, China and Yokohama, Japan.
Mexican money boceht and sold at prevailing market 'rrices. We soUc.t accv-t -.--
Corporations, Firms and Individuals
BANCO de CANANEA
Department of Cananea Consolidated Copper Co., S. A.
La Cananea, Sonora, Hexico.
Established 1902, Transacts a General BanKing Business
Drafts Issued on all Parts of the World. '
W. C. Gbkbke. President
L Macuancs, Cashier
F. E. Bxecbkk, Asistant Cashier
W. C, Wixegak, Teller
W. II. Lyons. Assistant Teller
We are handling the very finest pure maple syiup that is put up. Seat
te us direct from New Hampshire, the product of maple rock tree ' ':$
is guaranteed to be pure maple sap ooiled to the consistency of syrup. Yea
would know in the tasting it was absolutely pure. Quarts and half callous
In xins and quarts in glass.
FRANK J. GRAF, "The Grocer."
Our Butter and Egg
Deoartmetit is prepared to fill all orders with the
freshest and best products of the eastern and western
markets. Specialties today
California Fresh Ranch Ejitrs, fresh Arizona buticr:,
sweetest and best Arizoua fu'l cream hand ana. iu2a
Cheese, eastern full cream long horn and I win cheese.
Wholesale Fruits, Pruduce, Hay and Grain.
Telephone No. II Brewery Gu1--'-
THE NEW GOLD FIELDS OF SONORA.
The onh-- route to the New Gold Fields
is via Cananea, where
Field & Company and 0. K. Stables
will attend to forwarding freight, furnishing bug
gies, burros, etc. Address
FIELD & CO., Cananea, Son., Mex. O. K. STABLES, Cananea, Son., Kejc.
San Francisco & New Orleans S.P
COMMENCING NOV. 15th, double train service will be inaugurated befv;i
San Francisco and New Orleans, on the following schedules:
No. 10 SUNSET LIMITED, over Coast Division.
Lv. San Francisco 7:00p. m.; Benson 9.40 a. m., arriving at New O'-is
6:45 p. m.
This train carries Diner, Observation, Compartment and Drawing Koo3i
sleepers through to New York, Chicago and New Orleans, also Tourist
sleepers to Washington, Cincinnati, Chicago, Memphis, SL Paul, St Loul.
No. 8 CRESCENT CITT EXPRESS, Bakersfield route.
Lv. San Francisco 9:00 a. m., Benson 3 a. m., and arrives at New (
leans 8:55 a. m.
This train carries Drawing room sleepers to New Orleans, also tomjst
car to SL Louis, SL Paul and Chicago.
WEST BOUND .;
No. 9. SUNSET LIMITED, Bakersfield route. - - ' "' ;
Leaves New Orleans 11:45 a. m., Benson 1:35 p. m., arriving at Sj'
Francisco 8:25 a. m. with four hours and forty minutes lay over la Los An
geles. This train carries same equipment as No. '10; ' '' " J'
No. 7. PACIFIC EXPRESS, Coast Division.
Leaves New Orleans 9:00 p. m., Benson 10:34 p. m., and arrives at San
Francisco 11:45 a. m.
This train carries same equipment as No 8 and in addition diner and
chair car, Los Angeles tc San Francisco.
Trains 9 and 10 Carry Free reclining Chair Cars
For further information, call on or addrer-s
C. M. Burkbalter, Carl Bock, T. H. Goodman,
D. F. & P. A., Tucson Agent Benson. G. P. A.. San Francisco
Bank of Bisbee
M. J. C NNINGHAM. Cashier
ED M. BLAKE, ManaKer.
Chemical Natl. Rank, New York Cltl
Anglo-Californian Bk San FrancUco '
Consolidated Ntl. Bank, lnc-on, At',?,
Banco de Souora, Ilermosillo, Mexico
U. L, Wiechers, Mexico Citj