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.atSCcE DtbtL-V 'RETEW. THURSDAY IMORNING, SEPT. 4, 13.
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BRIEF CITY NEWS a
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Torr.bstcne vs. Bisbee -Sur.da:. Want Drllfjng Contest On'y.
Arrangements havt: been cmnpIetAi 'rhe popalari'y of drlll'ng contests
J, F. Wilson ... Delegate f for the same of baseball between ' "& T350 Js weI attested by the fol-
Alex O. BrodJe - ..Governor
Isaac HY-Sto4SMl Secretary
Edwaarl Kent Oklef Justise
Frederick U-Jtave ...:U.iS. AttorsMF
M. R. McCord TJ.iS. Marshal
BdwtaiBaltr ..,.. Cnstcfl Collects
Tombstone and Bisbee in 'this city
on Sunday. Captain Klorfoctmnvass
.ed the city yesterday tor 6tfbscdptlo.ii!
for the sirpport of thV'team-a-r.d euc
ceeded In -yetting $22. The game wlh
be played -on the Don "Luis grounds
Fen a iHildre Register aD(, will "be called at "ir30 -o'clock.
H. W jMoor... Register r Tombstone -will be strengthened by
itHngn K. 2ric ....Suvejwr G-eneafl!.the services of Allle Howe and Albert
,uvuc -m. wDiVu - itmsurw. t"DeSa ulles tn the box -wnue Mason win
.?; F. Mlchols . ,. .Auditor -be the receiving end of toe county seat
Washington, Sept. 3. Forecast ion
Arizona: Fair in the south. local
showers in the-, north portion
and probahiy .Saturday..
-ft W.JWella ....-.AttonMy GeueBaljj-
4J. O. .t4Jton ....BBBt. iiaetrucUom
Gqocbs Byimtitt ...Arli s iBaagera
FOR SALE a. well stocked ranch,
plenty of water, -cnod raage, situate
in San Simon " alley. WIlllng to
trade for Douglas or BisbCe property.!
Address J. C Hancock. San Simon or?
Thomas "Whitehead, Rucker, Ar'zona.
FOR SALE 200 shares Huachuci
Consolidated Compaq's stock at $2.25
per shate. Apply to Review office.,
FOR SALE; A well furnished meat
market doing a good paying business
In Douglas. For further particulars
inquire of E. A. Torrea, Bisbee.
for sale For W caih. one
fghtk Interest in sir claims adjoining
Easter Sunday. Also all kinds of
mining properties for sale, adjoining
Calumet & Cochise, Calumet & Pitts'
burg and Junction Development com
panies. No middleman need apply.
Inquire of Jacob Pirrung, Dutch Baker.
WANTED Posi ion by gentleman
speaking Spanish. Accustomed to
handling Mexicans or Chinese.
Wishes Job in Mexico at mine, Smel
ter, quary or road work. Address
M., Care Review. 9-2-6t
WANTED To buy second hand
furniture cheap, for a three.-room
houae. Address Box 238. S-gt
WANTED .JTO RENJii-.a furnished
house. Adjress B. Box 12 2t.
WANTED A competent young la
dy stenographer and bookkeeper. Ap
ply at RevJew office.
FOR RENT Clean furnished room
lor two men" over StodgiU's second
band store. Brewery gulch. 9-2-2t
FOR RENT Nice furnished rooms,
new house, new furniture. 35, oppo
site postofflce. 8-30-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
bath, $6 per month. M. Doyle's lodg
ing hourse. Tombstone canyon.
Bids will be received for the next
ten days for the erection of the two
tory brick building for Wo, Hughes
on School Hill. Plans and specifica
tions may be seen at the office of Ar
chitect Johnson on Main street.
LOST Criders Bros", pocketbook
containing about $200 in bills and Odd
Fellow?' official receipt. Liberal: re
ward if returned to Review office.
' 8-30-6t '
GOLLY! THAT new PATCjCOLT
flboe at Schwartz's is a "pipplnK You
should see it. It sells itself and can
talk a little, too. S-28-tf
Drs. H. W. Taylor and J. A. Parks,
M. D., are at the Norton house, Bis
bee, Room No. 1, and will remain
there until Sept' 12th. Examinations
Ire. m 8-29-tt
Allen Witherell expects to leave for
Eonora, where he will go to bring
back Bid CoburiTs string-of horees;
which have beep in pasture for the
past two months.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS, x '
Kstat of Frak J. Kleiner, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate
of Frank J. Kleiner, deceased, to the
creditors of and all persons havJnJ
ciaims against me saio. xieceasea.-io
exhibit them; with the necessary
Tonchers, within four montBs"aft6r1
the first publication of this notice, to
the said administrator, at the office of
J. M. O'Connel, Esq., attonieya law.
in the bank building. City of 'BlefreeH
the same being the nlacf .fja-tkjs traaa-
actior of buslnasSfXsald estaserka
aaia county c Create- wA J.x
AoaUsIstrator c thejlstale & Taaal
J. Kleiner, Deceased. , ..x&mi
Dated BUbeathtfidajf. .W,-
1W2. t-UAw. i'?'? "
eietbae M.B,Dokn'. District Judge
sirM? fe flWilfoox CJert- Court
SehGLevawortX ' . XMstrlct Attorney
'A. V. Lewis .heriff
F. SU O'Brien . Probate' Judge
Frank Hare Recorder
M. D. Scritaer
. . . Tax ColleeUr tand Treaasrer
C. J., O'Reilly Assessor
C. A. Wallace. .School Superintendent
George C. Ciaak Surveyor
J. J. Errweii...- Supervisor
Vllllam Pritcht -.Supervisor
Thomas York Supervisor
J. N. Gaines Clerk Supervisors
8. A. Packard ... Cauncllmac
Sceve Roemer Assemblyman
J. M. O'Cotnel Asremblyman
Jsaies How-cU Assemblyman
f. J. Brown Justice of Peace
2. A. McDontJd .... Justice of Feace
i. A. Casad ConstaMe
M. Doyle Constable
Sbattery. MTke Welch, one vf the old-
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J timet nan tossers. win rau jj'aJ -""
the' Tombstone team. This will make
more formWable array for the'home
team to face than that -wntcb -Tomb-?tsnp
preseared against -Bisbee , when
tbe,datter team visited, the cpujrty
seat. Francis, -the Tucson catcher,
wni be behind 'the bat for Thf l.ral
i. ,,i tnhti -Twomev and Martinez
. .t ...H ... n-nrlr Thf Cflmt '
n- n nn inp uiicij w.. - - r
t ,n ho th best of the -season
Trams ill be nm from Blsbw to the
Don 1 uis grounds and return lor in
acconrmodation of -the fans.
J. J. Mulrhead" Mayor
peter Johnson Councilman
John B. Taylor Councilman
Ed Scott Councilman
C. C. Warner Councilman
Lewis Hunt Councilman
E. G. Ord Councilman
F. A. Sutter City Attorney
John W. Mullen .... Marshal
W. D. Kinsey Clerk
fames Krigbausi Street Supt.
Jtop at Hotel Nobles in Tombstone
"I have been troubled with my
stomach for the past four years." says
D. L. Beach, of Closer Nook Farm,
Greenfield. Massachusetts. "A few
days ago I was induced to buy a box
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Livei
Tablets. I have taken part of them
and feel a great deal better." If you
have any trouble with your stonacn
try a box of these Tablets.' You are
certain to bo pleased with Jhe result.
Price 25 cent?, F9T sale by all
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A Remarkable Record.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a
remarktble record. It has been in
use for over thirty years, during
"which time many million bottles have
been sold and used. It has long been
the standard and main reliance in
the treatment of croup in thousands
of homes, yet during all this time no
case has ever ben reported to the
manufacturers in which it failed to
effect a cure. When given as soon
as the child becomes hoarse or even
as soon as the croupy cough appears,
it ill prevent the attack. It is pleas
ant to take many children like it. It
contains no opium or other harmful
substance and may be given as confi
dently to a baby as to an adult. For
sale by all druggists.
Attorrty Nerl Returns.
Attorrs-y Geo-.ge JN'eal, one o. the
legal adrUers of the South Bisbeo
Tomnsile Jmpro emed & Copper Min
ing company, returned from l os An
geles last fening. whfre he went In
ihe inteieM of his clients. Netf re
norts that the piainuns., iu c.u
Bisbee conliuseut, have .made a fee
amendments hi their compla'ni and
arc ready to go ahead with tho fiqht
f as toon as the cflurt calls tV" cme In
the opinion of Mr Neal. the ca'enJ3r
of tbf superior court of Los Anryles
county is too crowded to Ttbr1 V
South Bisbee cases before the first, of
the new ear. There is little !ike!i
1 hood that the case will be called at the
fall term of court, ai has beer, ex
pected by those Interested in the jt
come of the case.
lo-wing account of an interview with
a'-promlneut merchant of the gate city
in -wnich he expresses his desire to
crt xmt everything but OTiliing from
the carnival program:
"We- want the miners to come here
for a frolic at least once very year,
and as the miners' drilling is the big
gest feature of-our carnival we should
hfld tt-everv year. I am 'in favor of
offerrng '$3,500 Ha cash -prises for a
f drilling contest next January. I be-'
live that' much money would give us
the brgrest and -most exciting contest
er hrld In the -west.
I strgVe'R . that the Internationa
Mfiers association take the matter In,
iitSid arfl make an necessary -arrange
ments T "-T)test could be held with
in! p" '"csure and a fee of 10 cents
for --'mission to witness the contest
onlJ -vlelfl enough to pay the prizes
Watch the BlacKboard
We hare received orders from our eastern cor
respondent to sell - . , - ' " -"v
75 Higgins. - '. ' v . ' . - .-? ;-
It . v
35 Junction.. - ..
. , " 50 Wolverine & Arizona', .
8o.Caunet&' Bisbe , ' tfM ..
. j f art in "' w
If you want Anycother stock let me know aud I
will try and get them for you.
j a-l r' ' ,Vo miners a big banquet and
"Pil f ve end of the contest, trt it
It I c be made free the liufln men
v' El Paso will not obiect to mitt!np-up
f rooT"" for th Dri7Pi Other fea-
tv-p fn a-n'o fie visitors can be
-''ded wi'hoiTt rt to ni who have
boo- naying the freleht on the carni
Tho c-T-neTtip; hi-o i-lorced TV
.-1-0- hrel-,oc pl, nd wln rt-oably
bp fj.-n Mr c'SEldorcd by the nln'ng
THE OLD RELIABLE
'J AbsoTuteJjrpur ,
THERE m NO SUBSmUTT.
Estate of John Keating, Dtceased.
NoUce is hereby given by the under-
signed, .administrator of the estate of
John Keating, deceased, to the credi
trs.of:aad'alL persons'havlBg claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit
them, with -tte -.necessary Touchers;
within four months after the first pub
lication'of this 'notice, to the said acV
fBjniatrator of taumotice,-to the said
aaminisuator, at-nis- esce in the city
of Bisbee,; the same being the place
far thVjw liictioB of tae'baet&eM of
sakt estate, fcaaaid-eoaaty of Coestoe.
lAdminlstrato.iof 4ae:eate'Of Jobs'
jveaunE. ueceesea. - '
irnt ' tto' rv'of 'j8ly-
A Mudcilcy Charge Dismisied.
Richard Williams -was defendant in
Justice Brown's court last evening on
a tharge of having committed a mis
demeanor by flourishing a gun in the
face of Pearl Phillips ,an inmate of the
Cora Miles house in the tenderloin.
The trouble arose over a charge by
Williams to the effect that the Phil
lips worcar. or some other inmate of
the house, had taken from him his
natch. A search warrant was sworn
out and to it can be traced th-i -suc
cess of the officers in finding the 'ci
Joint in the Miles house. Both the
Phillips woman a"d Williams-were put
Married In thel- future home
North Cast'e Hill at S p. m., Septem
ber '3, ltift3. Mr William G Hofer and
Miss Annie White, the Rev. Haney
M. Shields. Ph D., officiating.
The many relatives and friends pres
ent had prepared to remember Mr.
and Mrs. Hofer wih gifts, beautiful
and substantial After the ceremony
a tasteful collation was served and the
Bisbee band rendered a number of
choice selections The romance that
has thus opened to a new and happier
chapter began last spring at the Cop
per Queen hosp'tal, where the groom
wah confined with an injury received
on the railroad. The Review joins in
heartiest congratulations Mr. and
Mrs. Hofer ae deservedly popular and
have thebest wishes of very many
Frank j. Graf
in Copper Queen Hotel, Bisbee
Ilneks meet all trains and concecUiitli oar .ta(t for all mines on tha monntiin.
Saddle hordes and livery to all rart of the country. Terrrs reasonable. Ifcport to
stable any exhorbitant charge or negligence m tertice. Give o a trial aud be cou
Tknced e mean all we say.
'Phone 12 1-2 0. K. Stable. F. ANDREWS, Manager
CANANEA, SO NORA. MEXICO.
death of two valuable horses. Samples
on the stand, but their testimony wasJ3f tae vrnter were brought to this city
Imply contradlctjnry.rerid as they, were
the only ones who were supposed to
know'the facts. Judge Brown dismiss
ed the cae for Jack of substantial evi
dence Si 0
Boys Destroy Fence.
Peter Hansen, proprietor of the beer
garden in lower Tombstone canyon,
is having trouble with the mall boys
of his neighborhood, Yestejjlay Han
sen called at the office of Justice Mc
Donald an4complained that the ' oys
have been breaking down his fjr.ee
for the purpose of getting int' his
garden. While Hansen did cot lodge
any specific complaint against &t of
the boys, he brought the matter to the
attention of the judge In the hope that
the officers would look Into the uvtttr
and put a stc? to the vandalism whicn
causes damage to his property.
Nugget Ore Is Pich.
J. G. Prltchard is pleased beyond
expression at the result of an assay
of ore taken from the surface croo
pings of the Gold Nugget property by
one of the purchasers of s'ock in the
company. John Matson, who purchas
ed some of the stock of the connany.
went to the scene of operations fo' an
outing and while there took a few
samples from different points along
the ledge. He retiirned a few days
ago and the results of an assay made
by Assayer Ro'lms show thatthe av-
'age value of the stuff goes $446.47 to
Water Helc" .rs-nlc.
In the Review of Saturday last there
appeared an account of a strike of wa
ter in the Glance shaft that was sup
nosed to have been responsible for thy
and submitted to George C. Clark nr
an ca'yfis. After 3 qualitative analy
sis of the water It waa found- that
there was a large -pewentage-of ar
senic present which, together with oth
er poisonous ingredients, might easily
have been responsible for the death of
the animals, as was at first feared.
DR. H. W. TAYLOR
Refractive Eye Specialist
I" at the Norton H)iie, Fiihee, nhrre he will remain until Satunlay, 8rptmber I'th
Taylor is 1 icatlne uernmniitly In Tufon. rizona 11a I ill make regular trim to'llia
Light years experience ! ban il ngiumplicatrd cas-es of eye stra n and tenchim; and
t.laf-l.l.i.t a..rl In...
Complicated Case solicted ot n hich otfaerv have failed.
turinsT on thit subject.
Examinations Free. All glasses made to fit, and satis
faction guaranteed. References: Merchants Na
tional Bank or any physician in San Diego
California, or New York City. (Former
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SMALLER NEWS NOTES,
Wells-Fargo Wagon 'Arrives.
Last evening's train from the west
brought a wagon and platform truck
for the use of Wells, Fargo & Co. at
this station. The celerity with which
the express company attended to the
equipment of the local agency speaks much Improved,
well for the hustling qualities of Route H. F. DeSouza, father of Frank De
Agent T. A. Woods, who has been here Souza, editor of the Miner, arrived in
since the opening of the office tm the' the city last evirlng'from San Jacinto,
1st of the. month. The wagon assjgn-'.Ca'MfoTnla, on S. visit to his son's" faml-
Dr. R. C. Van Born-returned vester
day from Los Angeles, and left for
Car-anea last evening.
Claim Agent James Y. Bergen, oi
the EI Paso & Southwestern rail-oad,
was a visitor in Bisbee yesterday on
business connected with his office.
Cashier M. S. Cunningham, of the
Bank of Bisbee left last evening for
Tombstone on Important business.
W. H. Beuhman, bookkeeper for the
Review, went to Douglas last evening
where he wi'l remain for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mllet left last ev
ening for Los Angeles, where they in
tend to make their home. Milet Is well
known and popular in Bisbee. He was
blacksmith at the Spray shaft for a
Judge Greaves came up from Naco
last evening .
Attorney George Neal returned to
Bisbee after a prolonged stay at Cali
fornia coast points.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ferguson arriv
ed in the city last evening from Doug
through here last evening on his way
from Douglas to Tucson.
MrsR. J. Elledge returned yester
day from Los Angeles, where she went
to seek improvement in her health.
Mrs. Elledge returned from the coast
ed to Bisbee Is one of the regulation
size singleirigs, such as is used 'in tatr
larger cuje-6. 11 nas oeen in use in
purchasing agent for the
Old Hotel Employe Goes.
J. D. Morris, who has been in the
employ of the Copper Queen hotel
since Charles O.Rouzer first opened
that hostelry, has severed his connec
tion with 'the establishment.
His Life Saved' by Chamberlain's Col
- ic,-Cholera"-and, Diarrhoea Remedy
"B.-L. Beyer, a well known codper
of this town': says he believes Chara-
Jierlalri's Colic, Chofera and "Diarrhoea
Rettedy saved bis life last summer.
-He-hacTbeen- sick .for a. .month with.
terry,'ano5'etqld get nothing vtq do"hIm
sasr-'CocSPmSll'- be tried hls -remedy,
H gTr him immediate relief- Mys
B. T. Little, merchant,. Hancock. MC"
5B C;3EJirr 'purchasing agent ft
,pnr, registered at the Copper
Queen hoter? '
'Vri'H. E. 6illham is in the city
from Dallas, Texas, on a visit tcher
daughter Mrs. George Beach, f
' L. C. Snlfttuck and Tony Dowjs are
is the Rincon mountains looking after
their mining interests in that section.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Coles ar expect
ed to return soon from theirvacation,
spent tn- California
Major Hargrove has returned from
rDouglaa where be went on business.
1 ., - . . . . .-
connected witn the Lucky yiger mine.
sergeant joonnie rosteran me raug
ers Is back. io1 the city aftr a few days
spent In .other pftS'ln seArch of xnucnj
oauivu V iJUtlMUD,'- IT. .
Drrpeorge J. FannfngjofT'ort'whip
pW, near Prescott. wa a Tlsltor In
fBIsbee 'Wtsdnesday. . Bfe -Is registered
t OpenlSeptember 1, 1903
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Electric Light and
Telephone Service r
Phones Business $4.00 per month, Residence H.M -
Lcn Distance Lines to Douglas, Naco 7
Tombstone and Cananea
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