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Xom Overlook le.ft Inst night for Phoe-
ix, wherhe'goe after two carloads' d!
cjbecf.for the raaiket here.
Misa Annie Hill, of Tucson, alitor of
flfn.vC.KF. BeckwH'i, arrived tbia morn.
,Jng from thaiplaee and will remain for
The Jaraea H. Jack tumbor Co. closed
a deal with William Gerstersberg today
tor property in-Dubacher canyon for
theirlumberyard Conslddratfon $V50.
Mead ft Short, the well-known cattle
. en,-rtcelvedthree fine bloodeddiorses'
thla morning from Santa Barbara. The
'.horses have been sold by thero gentle
men to J. P. Uamou, who will uae them
fer stocking up hia runge. 1
J. H Fisher' came in" Saturday from
he, San Bernardino ranch and returned
there this mornin,;. He reports that
aection of the country in a Nourishing
condition; all of tlio crops hare started
and tho alfalfa field' nro covered with
a growth eight inches high. They have
plenty of water for irrigation purposes
and ran raise all kinds of produce with
,.at the least trouble.
The Ft. Grant baseball boys returned
to their post last night feeling a little
tere over the lees of tho game, bir
-Otherwise having a first class time. The
boys are a gentlemanly lot as their" con
duct while in. ,thia city showed, and
were not of 'boisterous tendency as is
sometimes the result when the soldier
boya get a chance to visit a city atid can
'get liquid refreshments.
Rt. Rev. J. M. Kendrick, Bishop of
New Mexico and Arizona, will be in
Bisbee soon after Easter day and remain
about a week. He will conduct the
church services in Library Hall. Sunday,
April 17th, full notice of whU-h will be
published- in the Onn. A large con-r-r-firmattoii'-class
is forming,, and the
church people in general aie looking
forward to much pleasure and profit
from the bishop's vi.-Mt.
Bisbee AkoIii on Top.
tYere we in itl Well, wo should Fay
ao. Warm! Why, our club would
roast to dentil in Klomlyke; ami
there waa mom ginger in that ball gamu
than you could find in all the spire
stores of the Untied States; that was
the opinion of' 500 ham ball fans tlint
attended yesterday's ball game at Don
Luis. Theeoliliers might take the pcalp
of 'lie. Indians. ,lit it remained for the
Bisbee team to tnke theirs. It wasn't
the beat base bull game ever played but,
r, considering tho condition of thegroundf
and the high wind blowing all day.it
- , was a good gamo
Two train load of people, besides
thope who went hjwnll kinds of vehide,
Jewrmed'to Sun litais to see tljp game.
Ji j,Fr. Grant Wora "were the firft to
talc tli fold for iieuctlt-e. and
"lMW$threViHl.Wht the ball made
twme of tlie "fans" exclaim that it was
all day with ewnboya," and many bets
of Uo to one were offered that. Ft.
Grant would win- Capt. Turnbuli sent
his "giants" out for warmingup.nnd at
2:30 the game smarted with Bisbee at
tho bat. The first three men up Erb,
".Turnbuli and Zabriakie were promptly
retired at first. The Fort Grants took
the bat and made one run. Bisbee
made two runs in theipcond, and Grant
three more. At the end of the filth the
score stood sir-and six. In (he sixth
Bisbee took the lead and held it to the
end, the Ann' score standing twenty one
to fifteen in favor of the city of copper.
The ladies were out in full force and
applauded every good play J "4
The boys all say thoyare like Ft.
Grant'iri one respect. Tliejvare willing
P to help Cuba from it Sfpain).
Did you notice Ttfirnbull's double play
unassisted? Wasnft it a hot one?
Fmull. our little center-fieldor, is a
ball plaver from his shoes up. He's all
right. . , .
"Old Hoss" Zabriskie upheld his'rep
utation as the beat catcher in the south
west. Krh and Crawford kept the crowd in
good h tmor during the game by their
"antics nit the'roaching linps. -
" Delaneywas pot in the Itest-condition
but made Ft. Grant think they had run
up against a cyclone.
The Ft. Grant bovs are gentlemen on
and off the diamond and mado many
f i lends hero.
Manager Krigbawm, Doc Clark and
AllieSowles were among thefirat in tho
crowd of rootois for the home'team.
- -How do the 'sore-Leads" feel this
Prietas, rionnra, is a model south
western town ; a few days ago as some
of her citizens were digging holes in
.which to plant oraugo trees, a lead of
gold-quartz was struck that panned out
$140 per ton. Thla is not an imaginary
incident; the mine was of course imme
diately located and promises to bo one
of tho bijj mines of Sonora. Phoeuix
The following are tho Blsbco citizens
who are takiug in the sightaof Phoenix.
tho male members of which are to bo
initiated into tho MystL Mirlners: Dr.
1 F. A. Sweet an I wife, 'Otto Van Cartel
xand wife, E. B. MnEon and wife, H. G.
A 'Howeand daughter, Messrs. I'en WIN
llama, Richard Ham John Mowbery,
B. .. Packard .Davll Matthews; Donald
Sft-JMcPhuu, J.rG.-rHchara nd Ji.ll.
Tlio Presbytery of Arizona resumed
business on Saturday afternoon. The
Committee appointed to examine session
records reported favorably and tho rec
ords were approved.
Tho Rev. H. P. Corsor was appointed
to the home mission committee instead
of Rev. Mr. Billman, removed.
The Rev. R. M. Craig, superintendent
of missions, was authorized to proceed
with the removal of the church building
from Tombstone to Clifton, and with
Rev. J. Mordy was appointed to organ
ize congregations in Clifton, Morenci
The petition from the church at
Peoria for aid to erect a new church
building was favorably reported to the
board of church erection.
Different committees were appointed
and arrangements made for the exten
sion of tho work.
A vote of thanks was presented a?
follows: ' ,
That tho presbytery expresses its
thanks to the Copper Queen Mining Co.
for the use of their hall; to tho I. O.
0. F. for their courtesy in postponing
their meeting to allow us to use thnir
hall on Friday evening; to the Rev.
J. G. Pritehard, Mrs. Mary Crossey of
the Bessemer Hotel, amhDr. Sweet with
other fiiends, for their hospitable enter
tainment of members of nresbvtery; to
the, A. & S. E. Railroad company for
their generosity in giving to the mem
bers of presbytery free transportation
over their road, and to the Bisbee Onn
for furnishing reports of tho work of
Preebyterv adjourned to meet in Saca
On Sunday tile1 meetings in the hall
weie specially interesting.
In the morning tho Bev. John Mordy
conducted divine service and preached
an'nppropiiute ermon. after which the
sacraments of baptism and the Lord's
Supper were observed, Rev. R. M. Craig
pier i line.
In the afternoon tho Rev. C'H.Cook,
of Sacatou, addressed the Sunday school
and gave an interesting uc ount of, the
woik among the Pima Indians
In the evening the hall was fillet with
an inteicsted and interesting audience.
Kev. John Mordy look at his subject
"Tho Gospel that we Preach."
.Revs. Wyncodp and C. H.Cook sp.ike
of "Our woik amongst the Indians "
Rev H. P. Corser spoke of "The work
of the Gospel among the Boys, and Rev.
R. M. Craig gave a short account of our
"Mifdnn and school woik in New Mex
ico and Aiizoim;" stating that, at this
time, the Piesliytevian church has in
these territories fifty-six congregations,
twenty-four ministers and missionaries,
twenty evangelists, 2,.100 church mem
bers, over 3.000 Sunday scl.oor.Rcholars:
forty-eight day school teachers, and
tlif-mM-Ll -J00 tliiv-Tftonrrvfinffrirs.
From Tuesday's Dailv.
boys and fired several shots at them.
As thore were seven or eight Indians,
tho three cowboys concluded that they
did not cue for a few head of horses
land rodo lapidly for camp. The In
dians then drove the horses into the
mountains and will probably not be
heard of for some time. It might be
wite, however, for all our prospectors
anil cattlemen to be on the lookout, as
having received a fresh supply of horses
these renegades may decide to make a
raid through southern Arizona at any
From Wednesday's Daily.
Board of Supervisors
Bisbee now has three lumber ,yard3.
Ed Land leturnpd yesterday fiom a
business trip to Tombstone.
Loekling & Lntley have closed out
their candy and cigar store.
Wm. Manila, the cattle buyer, was an
outgoing passenger last evening.
J. Merritt returned Sunday night
from a short professional trip to Naco
sari. William Gadd returned today from
Tin-son, where he has been for some
Frank Hare and wifo left last evening
for Tombstone where they will remain
for some time.
E. Bouquet, the cattleman who has
been here for several days, left last
night for Ios Angeles. ""
Mike Cutininglmm returned this
morning from Yuma, where he has been
paying a visit to his sister.
'Prof.1 Bliike and George Roskrudge
have gone on a short trip into the
country on professional business.
Joe Riuke, who left here somptime
ago, teturne.i Saturday and will accept
n position in the Exchange saloon.
A hunting partv, composed of sovjral
of our young men, will leave in the
morning for tho vicinity of Fronteras.
The condition of Howell Avenue is
being very much improved under the
tupei vision of Road Overseer Hughes.
The many friends of Mrs. Scott White
in Bitjhee will be glad to learn that she
is recovering from her recent attack of
M. M. Sherman returned today from
his ranch in Sonora where ho went with
two carloads of bulls which arrived here
a short timo ago.
At It Attain.
It has been some time since tho Ari
zona papers and populace have heard
anything of the toving baud of Apaches
that wero continually killing tho pros
pectors and isolated eattlouien and driv
ing off their stock. Since tho "Fighting
7th" hud their two engagements with
them neat ly two years ago they have kept
lif their lotieatiu the heart of tho Siena
Madies; but their supply of horses be
ing somewhat small and rather ancient,
they decided to have new supply. This
thoy aruomplHhed about ten days ago
bv driving off tlneecow bora of the Dia
tnind A company who had rounded up
their cow-poniosfor tho spring roundup.
The hor.jca were rounded up and were
bw'ing held at the head of tho Animas
villey near the, boundary line of New
Mexico. Arizona, Sonora, and Chihua
hua. The Indians surprised tho cow-
The regular quarterly meeting was
called to order at 9 o'clock Monday
morning, the full board being present.
The funds in the county treasury were
counted and found to correspond with
An oider was made to the effect that
the delinquent taxes for 1807 on lots 1
and 2, block 44, Willcox, assessed to G.
S. Stone, be cancelled, same having
been paid by Kasper Houser.
In the afternoon session boaid met
and allowed the following claims against
John H. Norton & Co., steel
cells for jail at Willcox t$ 336 83
Charlie Go So Son, interpreting ' 2 00
W. II . Peers, road work 12 00
P. J. Delahanty, transportation
of indigent .. 10 00
C. Q. Con. M. Co., supplies to
Bisbee jail 24 95
Samuel M. Barrow, supplies to
county jail 50 GO
W. II, Peers, trimming trees in
court house yard
Frank Platz, transportation of
Huaehuca Water Co., water. . ..
Scott White, salury.firat quarter
Mrs. John Henninger. feeding
prisoners at county jail
A. R. English, district attorney,
expenses ,. 11 10
A-R. .English, district attorney,
expenses 9 00
C. W. Blackburn, burying indi
gents at Bi&bee 25 00
P. B. Warnekros, supplies 133 95
Nick AnuiuB, scavenger at Bis
bee 29 00
C. B.Tnrbell, burying indigents 125 00
Tombstone Gas Co., gas
Joel Neiriwinder, repairing sewer
Mil e Noiiega. interpreting ....
H. P. Gordon, contracting phy
sician 1,530 80
Scott White, telegraphing 33 80
Chas. Uianville Johnfion, court
judgment 120 CO
v TO ALT. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given. Hint certain mlnlnjr
claims called the Tarn Won, McGluty, ntul
Paragon, situated In tho Warren mining' dis
trict, and about onc-lmif mile uortbea4terly
from the Holbrook holstlnc works, and
iibout the same distance from the town of
Bisbee, A. T. A the above named elaims
wero not located In conformity with theU.
S. Mining Laws, therefore, a second party,
at a later date, relocated tho samo in full
conformity with the above named mlnlnc
laws, and is fully determined to protect his
rights. Therefore, U persons are cautioned
not t bargain' buy or leaso the above
nnniCL claim C. S. MANSUR.
mUf Ulsboo. A.T.
To All Whom it May Conoeiw:''
Notice is hereby given to all parties inter
ested, that tho thrco following named min
ing claims, to-wit: Tom Blon, McOlnty and
Paragon, claimed by tho CochUo Copper
Mining company to belong to them is un
true; that I am tho owner of said claims,
being the only person whoevor located them
In accordance with the Act of March 10th
1872, and I have fully compllod with all its
requirements, by doing the $100.00 worth of
assessment work up to the present date on
each of tho abovo named claims. I thorefore
strongly protest against the Cochiso Copper
Mining company's making it appear that
these claims aro a part of their incorpora
tion, 09 they have no title to tho same. I
shall protect toy rights in the courts, if nec
essary. CHAKt.hS S. MANSUH
WARREN LAUNDRY CO,
Marks & Wittig, Hain Street.
Waters' Shoe Store The Avenue.'
-laataexiaiX ds Caixd.eaa.ebe,
CHOICE GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS -AJttD
CIGARS, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.'
Game in Season. Free Delivery r
O. K. Street, Bisbee
.Everybody Takes The,
A. ratal Fall.
Ycetcrdtiv afternoon John Dqlan,
bfltter known as "Bodie" while eoinji
ifnwn a wiii7.e to the intermediate Ifjvel,
level in the Copper Qdeen mine, ftccij
dentally fell fn,r the ladder to the
bottom, fxnllv cutting and lirulnitit;
himFelf, wliicli resulted in htii death a
few hoitiM Liter. '
Bodie'" had jnst pone on shiftand was
t:oiiig to his place ot work when he fell.
He was ecpii to fall by Shift Boss
Warner, who qu'ckly descended the
win.e and with the help of tho minora
brought the injured man to the surface.
He waR at once taken to the company's
hospital, where he lived hut a few
hourp, he being injured internally.
"Bodie" was an old reiiduntof Bisbee,
aniving hero in 18S3. He was a man
forty-three years of age and of splendid
physique. John was of a jovial dispo
sition and was always in a pleasant
mood. He was in good circumstances,
having several thousand dollars
in various banks, besides owning an
interest in a valuable croup of mining
claims near the Copper Q teen. He was
at one ti-ne a partner in the cattle busi
ness with Pete Johnston, but they sold
most cf their cattle last spring.
The funeral of the unfortunate man
took place this afternoon and was well
attended by his fellow miners, the mem
bers of the Biebfe tire department, of
which he was a member, and many
friends and acquaintance.
The K. P. band furnished appropriate
music for the funeral services.
L. C SHATTUCK,
Agentc for Anheuser-Busch Brewing Asso-
elation. Wholesale and Retail.
ICE-COLD OEER ON DRATJGHT.
MRS. M. BLEWETT
A FULL LINE OP
boob, snoes am oairs Furnisninas Goods
Repairing Neatly Done
' BY TlIE
ay, yeek or -Month v
IN REAR OF MASONIC -TEMl'LE.
Mrs. A . W. Stromii, Proprietor
City garber ShoR
And ' & J '
Bath Rooms.. "
Marks & Wittig, Proprfetors.
Putting, Shaving and Shampooing.
!,.,: Lomenlent and Commodious
Bath Rooms Attached. Evory- -v -
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Because it is the ihortest, Its equipment is superior. It
has tho best scenery. It has courteous 'and polite train
men. Its connectious con b3 depended upon It has the
reputation of being the most popular line in the South.
These are a few of the reasons why people prefer it. If you wish time
cards, lates or any information pertaining to freight or passenger busiueas,
apply to E. P. TURNER. G. P. & T. Agt., Dallas, Texas.
B. F. DARBYSHIRE, S. W. P. & P. A., El Paso, Texas.
JOHN C. LEWIS. T. P. A., Austin, Texas.
Santa Fe Route
HDElXISTa- a: EZLi F.&jSb'
To all Northern or Eastern points. Close com
nections made at Kansas City and Chicago with all' '
theNorthern and Eastern lines.-
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All meals not serveil in Dining CarB are taken at the popular Santaj
-""TeRoule Harvey Eating Houses. Full information cheerfully furnished'
upon application w
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T. F. & P. A.. El Paso, Tex
Do You Puncture
AYE repair bills and all trouble by riding Cliase
Tough Thread Tirc9. Res 8t punctures ,
perfectly, and are as resilient ns any other road
Chase Tires Eejaired M of Charge Mil Ml,
ilF delivered at our elore. If your dealer hasn't them in stock wo will deliver
it to vou. exnress nnid. if cash nrcfimnanira the order. Price ner nair. with
pump and repair outfit: 30-inch, $13; 28-inch, $12; 2(5-inch. $10; 24-inch, $9
MORGAN Ar WRIGFIT TIRES J6.50 ner nair: PALMER'S. 8.50: HART-"
& FEED STABLER fords, $8: diamonds, $7.50.
Furnishes accommodations for ranchecs
and all visitors to the city.
Horses BoarM at Lowest Rates.
Best Turnouts in tho City at prices to
suit the times and on short notice. '
ItXuiu Street, Bisbee, Arizona.
J. S. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Among this novices who weie exposed
to the Shrine last night was a ISitfbee
gentleman. He was in the liodug.i in
the afternoon and seeing the mckcl-in-'
the slot weighing and fortunu-lelhng
device, invented a nickel in it. The
fortune-telling is accomplished by the
machine bv cutting off a small section.
of paper usua.ly bmirinu some motto.
Tho following motto on the Disbeo
man's slip was exceedingly apropos,
taking his impending fate into comid
eration: "Fiiend, b on thygu.wd."
The J. H . Jack Lumber company yes
terday received two carloads of lumber
which was taken to their urd in upper
Brewery Gulch. They are now piepaied
to furnish lumber for all purposes-as
well ns estimates on all buildings
They have an ollico in Barnaby's store
where your ordora-enn be left. Mr. Case
and Mr. Jack, the members ot the com
puny, aie well known to .our citizens,,
and will no doubt be given a good
Bibee is certainly enjoying a soason
of piosperity and will continue in tlio
pioscnt condition indefinitely. Hoiiscs
for tho com pa iy an I business houses
are spring.ng up on all sides. Ke.il es
tate id increasing in vahii, and in a few
years wo will Iiuvj a, population of
THE SADDLE EOCK,
BISBtTS FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT,!
For a First Class Me'al,
foPEN DAY AND NIGHT. O
PINNEY& ROBINSON., .
Southwestern Depot for Chase TiresBicyclesc Typewrit'
ers, Photo Stock. PHCENIX, ARIZ''
All Calls Piomptly Attended.
ROOM 1, NORTON HOUSE.
Cheap CASH Store
Fresh mills 01 ah Kinds Received nr
Good delivered to all ports of town. .
IUEDIGOVICII & NOBIJUS
Special Work, Chronic Diseases, and
Throat and Nose.
Special Work, Ch
Eye, Ear, Tli
2 to 4 a
f Open Dny and Nlelit.
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS CON-
STANTLY ON HAND.
Our Taoloi nro tihvnys SunnlleH with tlic
I lloit tho Market afford Uvery
I Ueltcucy in Its Soason.
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J. A. Irwin & Co., Props,
Carries the famous Silk Velvet Willi-
key, International and Sun Spot Ci'
gars. Fino Wines, etc.
m tttj Trtxc fM nnMsroTlft1
BEN. FRANKS, 1'bomukob.
PURE ERESH MILK'
Delivered to nil pnrta of the city every cy-
uineattho Lowest Market Price. Your
puti-ouuffe l respectfully solicited.
Satisfaction la Guaranteed.''
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Give Us a Call.
Haninger & Co., Proprietors
V. G. MEDIG0VICBU
Wholesale and Hotail Doaler in
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(IAME RECEIVED NcgK
IMKR4 wmes. cigois and iodoccos.
L,eave your orders at the Ur 'on Meat Uar
kntundjou will ho iron.tly served.