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Lot An.le 9:00 p.m.
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Maricopa 5:40 a. a.
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El Paso 2:55 p.m.
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From Thursday's Daily.
Otto Gei6enhofer returned today from
Oon Harrington, the river cattleman,
ia in our city.
Th saw and hammer can be heard on
all our adjacent hillsides.
'The justice-courts have been rather
dull during the past few days.
The Saddle Rock restaurant Has
changed hands again.
Carpenters and pnintera aro kept busy
at present in our city.
W fi. Hosmcr expects to leave in a
few days for an extended trip east.
Del Lewis is the proud father of a new
son which arrived at his household yes
terday. J. Best, the well known commercial
aoan, was an incoming passenger this
The various militia companies
throughout the territory have been no
tified to drill nightly.
The Choral society are to give an en
tertainment for tho benefit of the cem
etery fund the early part of next week.
Several commercial men were income
ing passengers today. They all report
Bisbee. the btat-.mining camp( in Ari
ion tern an, the well known
whisky drummer, letrTasVTiight-for.
Tucion1 after spending eeveral days In
our city. '
. Frank Hare has moved his family
from (lie custom house to Tombstone
where thoy have taken up their real
residence. The Bisbee delegation from Phoenix
brought back with them large boquetB
of lovely roses, the products of the Salt
Amos Kindred has returned from Mo
renci, where he went to put in new ma
chinery for the smelter there, which is
owned by Phelps, Dodge & Co.
Win. Beatty, the valley cattleman,
was a visitor to our thriving city today.
He reports the cattle in that section of
the country in excellent condition.
The A. & S. E. company have already
begun to load up thei side tracks with
empty stock cars for the cattle ship
Bents which are to begin soon.
The Bisbee delegation who wont to
Phoenix, returned this morning and all
report having a first class time. They
- sav the Phenecians treated them in ele-
Two of the proprietors of our tailoring
a establishments had a slight difficulty
uptown yesterday and fought tho first
round in a lively manner with honors
about even. Tho second round is to bo
tried in the justice court today, nnd tho
th'rd may bo looked for at any time.
The Bisbee correspondent of the Pros
pector must have been somewhat rattled
when he wrote that the Orb editor was
in Phoenix. He has not been. there to
our knowledge, but has been in our city
all of the time trying to furnish items
for the readers of the Orb, eo that (lie
Prospector might copy them in its Bin
A slight wreck occurred at Benson
yesterday morning hut no fatalities resul
ted: The baggageman was coriidernbly
benised ufvhnt not seriously. Tho acci
dent was caused by the S. P. Flyer run
ning into the Novates train as the hitter
was pulling ouf.-of the- yards. Both en
gines were badly damaged, while tho
windows in most all of the coaches were
shattered to pieces from the force of tho
The two-year-old son of W. L. Furga
son, of Bolton, Miss., had whooping
cough. "After several physicians had
prescribed for him, without giving
relief," writes Mr. Furgason, "I per
suaded my wifo to try a 25 cent bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Tho
first dose had the desired effect, and in
forty-eight hours he was cntirnly free
from all cough. I consider your remedy
the best in tho market, especially for
children, and recommend it at all
times." The 251 and 60 cent sizes for
ftUtby Bisbee Drugstore. a
B. A, Packard is in town nnd, look as
if ho had been fed well at Phoenix.
Jack Raab has accepted a position as
night bartender at the Free Coinage.
E. S. Adams' new house on 0. K.
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James Kirk left today for do Negro,
Mexico, afier stopping .with us for a
A. McLcod will leave the latter part of
this month or tho first of next for a visit
to his old home in Antigonich, Nova
George Anderson left this morning
for Sonora, where he goes to work on R.
W. Barr's ranch.
Lem Overlook came in today from
Phoenix, bringing with him two car
loads of fat cattle and one'ot hogs.
H. Millett is in town fro-o the ranch
of Colin Cameron and reports every
thing prosperous in that section and
cattle looking fine.
J. S. Williams will soon commence
making brick, and wnen ready for use
several new houses, now in contempla
tion, will be erected.
Mr. Levitt, of the firm of Levitt &
H inkle,, has returned from Tucson,
where he spent a few days.- with his
brother and old friends.
A. W Howe and Johnny- Twoomy
driove over to the county seat by moon
light last night. They are on business
ami-will return tonight.
. On the 6th inst. a son was born to the
wife of J.'Welton and yesterday, it was
christened and now bears thb name of
Herman Charles Welton. Joe Lippert
was master of ceremonies.
Tho Exchange saloon is being re
painted and repapered, and will soon be
one of the neatest places in town. A
new floor has been laid and everything
is being fixed up in first-class condition
for tho public.
Montoya.a Mexican, is in jail charged
with, assault with-a deadly weapon.
His examination was begun yesterday,
hut was continued today for the reason
that the man who was stubbed was not
able to he in court.
Development work is progressing sat
isfnc'ortl y on the properties of the South
Biebee Copper and Townsite Improve
ment company. Two double compart
ment shafts are being sunk nnd are
down t,hirty-five and forty-five feet.
The indications are good.
Joseph Lippert in erecting a neat
three-room cottage a little distance west
of the ld Catholic church which will he
completed in a few days, when Joseph
can sit under his own vine nnd fig tree
and sing lullabys toilie baby by moon
light after his labors, of the day are
"iTeel it my d4f-togivo you a truth
ful statement of what Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
did," writes J. S. Collins, of Moorn, S.
C. "I had a child nb ut two years old
that had tho diarrhoea for two months.
I tried all the best known remedies, hut
none gave the least relief. When this
remedy came to hand, I gave it as di
rected, and in two days the child was
completely cured." Sold by Bisbee
From Saturday's Daily.
Mrs. H..Gerwin, of Benson, is a Bis
For tin and sheetiron work go to Jos.
What has become of the proposed
guits cleaned at $2 on short notice by
Harris the Tailor. tf.
It is reported that tho 400 are to give
a "german" soon.
A fine line of glassware just received
B. F. Graham k Co's. 29 tf
Don't forget the ball game tomorrow,
it will be a dandy.
Carpets, rugs and matting cheap at
B. F. Giaham k Co.'a 29-tf
Another thea'ri al troupe is headed
our way and will bo hero at no distant
Go to Joseph Schwartz, for plumbing
and all kinds of repairs,. J tf
C. S. Fly returned todav from Tomb
stone, Where he has been for apout n
I guarantee all my suits or panti to fit
or no nale. Iiairis, the Tailor. J tf.
Today was pay-dav for the .Queen
company and tho usual nmoiint
money was paid out.
Go to B. F. Graham & Co for
tute and housi furnishing goods. 29-tf
Mrs. F. Lawton and sons lewo to
niclit for California, whnre thoy will ro
main for beveral months. I
A now lino of fancy, French arid do
mestic pants - patterns at Harris, the
Thorn via tin lhia thrtn flvn flafir. jn
counters yesterday, one'of which', how-'j
ever, wna more of u foot raco.
Souvenir spoons of tho Coppor Queen,
smelter can bo obtained atSchmicding's
jowelry store. j
Miss Sophia Doll, one of (iho Benson
belles, camo in on tho train thin mornf
ing and will remain for several days.
Torn Vaughn icturned yeterday jrom
Tombstone, whoro ho went to (llo his
report with the board of supervisors.
The river round-up is worMng at
present below tho lino in Sonora, They
.expect to jsroii the line about the 20th
Mra, Kitty Thurston arrived this
morning from Tombatono-and will re
main several days as the guest of Mrs.
Jas. Merritt, the civil engineer, will
leave In the morning for" JiSCOSiri,
where he will remain for. some time,
having accepted n positionvtliere.
Percy Poston, of St. -Louis, who has
been in tho employ of the Copper
Queen store ar stenographer, leaves to
night for his home in that place.
Salt River valley farmers are taking
steps to secure freight rates which will
enable them to oove their wheat and
other products to outside markets.
Flagstaff papers deny the teport that
smallpox has been prevalent in the sky
light city. Thero were several cases at
Bellcmont, a few miles west of Flagstaff.
Eddie Bauer met with a slight acci
dent this morning by being -thrown
from his butcher's cart, cutting a gash
over an inch long in the back of his
head. Ed Moore, the cattle broker,- was an;
incoming passenger on the train this
morning. He lias secured the contract
for supplying Fort Grant with beef, his
bid being $8.47 per cwt.
TheBi8bee Choral . Society, which is
composed of the best musical talent in
our city; vdll 'give. an. .entertainment for
the benefit of the, Cemetery fund on
Wednesday evening next.
Dr. F. It. McGregor, the expert can
cer doctor, has returned here after a
short trip throughout the country. The
doctor has gained quite a reputation for
his successful removal of cancers. He
has mnnv old eastern friends in our city
and will remain for some time. -
It is stated that the Midland Con
stitution company will grade thirteen
miles of tho extension of the G. V., G.
& N.. railroad from Geronimo. and will
then proceed to the other end of the
line to do six miles of grading nearest
the Globe terminus.
Thr Tucson Citizen very truthfully
remarks that "in all the coming elections
of Arizona the silver interests will play
an important part. Tho tenitory is
largely productive of that metal, and
with a little encouragement it would be
still more so. Political lines on this
issue are likely to be hidden for the
The Best Liniment. "Chamberlain's
Pain Balm is the finest on earth,"' write
Edwards & Parker, of Plains, Ga. This
is the verdict cf all who use it. Foi
rheumatism, lame back, sprains, swell
ings and the numerous slight ailments
and accidents common to every house
hold, this liniment has no equal. With
it in the house, a great deal of pain and
suffering may be avoided. For sale by
Bisbeo Drug Store. a
T-TpUc Tea in 9. -
e following is tne maKeup or tno
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teams that will cross bats tomor-
refv at Don Luis. Mr. Harvey will
iftnage the railroad boys, while Wm .
Jlrophy will look out for the interests of
e store colts :
Broome Catcher P. Soto
GHielme Pitcher Roll ind
Kelly." First baso. , . .'.Campbell!
Bilker Secon 1 iase..'. . .Millman
Morford Third base.. . McDoriott
Stiles Shortstop Lang
Hughes Right field Thatcher
Dixon Center field O'Reilly
Davis Left field C. Soto
The Knights of Pythias Band boys are
to give a dance on Thursday evening
next for the purpose of raising a fund
for the purchase of musicand other
necessaries. An orchestra of six pieces
will turnish the music for tho occasion.'
The following committees will have
charge of the affair:
Floor Committee Jas. Allison, Jno.
Bowen, Ja. Harrington, Geo. Porter,
Reception Committee Wm. P. Long,
G. J. McCithe, Jas. Campbell, Miss Jen
nie Humphrey, Miss Fannie Harris,
Miss Nellie Hughes.
All members of tho Bisbee Fire De
partment are hereby leq nested to attend
a special meeting, called by the undei
signed, nt tho drug store on the 10th
day of April, A. D. 1898, at 3 o'clock p.
m.. for tho transaction ot important
business. By order of chief.
C. A. Overlook.
Notice to the Public.
Mr. John Hen ton has been appointed
personal representative of John P.
Martin, president of the South Bisbee
Towr.site and Improvement company
with an office in the Norton building,
whero he will attend to alt business of
To tlie l.ndies ot niabee.
A large stock of tho latest styles in
millinerv wjll be on ealo in our city
on the 11 th or 12th, Monday and Tues
day next. Hold your order until then.
All persons knowing themselves to be
indebted tri me will pleaso come forward
at once and settle up, as I am in needvn
all the money that is duo me.
Hltt-tf F. M. McKAY.
From 3 cent? a roll up.
signs at Barnaby's.
The regular quarterly meeting was
called tp order at 9 o'clock Monday
morrdng, the full board being present.
In, the afternoon session boaid met
andallowed the following claims against
8. A. D. Upton, interpreting. . . .$ 2 00
S. A. D. Upton, interpreting. ... 8 00
S. A. D. Upton, juror's certificate 3 00
Hop Lee, interpreting 4 00
C. E. Fredericks, repairing jail. . 57 50
Nellie Yaple, drugs 18 50
Frank Yaple, stationery 21 85
E. A. Nichols, drugs 4 05
E. A. Nicholx, drugs 12 85
Peter Bute, labor and repairs. ... 7 50
Following claims were disallowed:
Chris Grauer, road work, unau
thorized, disallowed $50 00
Lloyd Johnston, fees supreme
court 35 00
Report of J. A "McRae. roadJoverseer,.
examined and held under advi ement.
Report of Wm. Hughes, road overseer
at lUsbee, examined and approved.
Board adourncd until 10 a. m. Tues
day,. April 5th, 1898..
Board met pursuant .o adjournment
Full board present. Minutes of previ-
vious meeting tead nnd approved.
Communication rcreived from Dr. W.
G. Woodward concerning bill submitted
to the board for medical services ten
dered; board allowed $16 thereon and
ordered warrant drawn for amount.
A warrant for A5 to pay fare of Geo.
"Williams, indigent and in comity hos
Ipital, to his friends, was ordered drawn
in favor of Tom Vuughn.
i The. Board of Supervisors mot April
5, pursuant to adjournment.
1 The following bills were allowed and
warrants ordered drawn on the Treas
urer for the amounts:.
John Gehl, janitor. court house.. $150 00
wm. Ritchie, jailor, salary first
quarter 300 00
W. AunrwooiK salary as as
sessor, first quarter 450 00
A. Wcntworth, salary as treas
urer, first qua rter 425 00
W. F. Bradley, salary as probate
judge, first quarter , 300 00
M. J. Brown, salary &s recorder,
first quarter 375 00
A. H. Emanuel, salary as dis
trict clerk, first quarter 30 00
W. D. Monmonier, glass for
court house 4 45
Wm. Hattich, printing 50 80
W.G. Woodard, medical services
to indigent 1C 00
C. L. Edmnndson, pot-mortem
examination. ..,- 10 00
Thos. M. Vaughn, services as
constable at Bishe : 18 20
A. R. Alvord, services as con
stable atlVillcox 499 30
G. H. Fitts, supplies to indigents 58 00
D. M. Shoemaker, hauling fertil
izer for court house yard 6 00
Wm. D. Monmonier. lees as jus
tice of peace at Pearce 82 25
W. F. Nichols, material fur
nished jail at Willcox 34 62
5eo Brnvin, services as con-
itti?i ,"""p"1' x cniro -i o
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t wxaBiutx was insiruuwi u up
duct the tax on orer-assessment of $203
on sheep of E. 0. TJioma for the,year
18.88, and to give receipt' in full upon
payment of balance of tax and penalty.
The Board adjourned until 10 a. m.,
Wednesday, April 6, 1898.
Rell of Honor.
During the month of March the fol
lowing pupils were perfect in attend-ance-at
school, excellent in deportment,
and made an average of 85 per cent or
above in their monthly examinations:
" N rOUBTH GRADE.
Elsie T les 97 Dan Angina 88
Will Peterson... 1)5
Edna Newman.. 92
Oliver Brown... 9t
Paul Blair 80
Henry Bowman. 88
Lina Srlunid ...R8
Irene Broome.. .86
Joie Lippert ..811
Albert Detloff ..85
Teacher Harriet Warning. .
Grace Hicks ... .97 June Nolan 92
Rov Newman. . .92 Sallie Weiss .
Edwin Hicks ...87 Alex Waters.
hEvelvn Kindred 85
Teacher Maggie E. Hill.
Ella M. Fike.
Robert Sundwall, Zora Dahovitch,
Teacher Edith M. Stowe.
Tho largest history over published is
"The War of the Rebellion," issued by
"Uncle Sam," in 120 huge octavo vol
umes of 1,000 pages each, with u gigan
tic atlas in thirty paits. Tho books
occupy thirty feet of shelf room and
weigh ono quarter of a ton. The Beries
cost $25,000,000, is limited to 11,000 sets
and has been in course of publication
for over twenty years.
Tho largest map in tho world is the
ordinance map of England, containing
over 108,000 sheets, and costing $1,000,
000 a year for twenty years. Tl.o scale
varies from ten feet to one-tenth of nn
inch to tho mile. Tho details are so
minute that maps having a scale of
twenty-five inches "shows everv hedgo,
fence, wall, building, and even every
uolateu tree in the country. The plans
how not oulv tho exact shano of everv
building, but every porch, area, door
step, lamp-post, railway and fire-plug.
BISBEE DRUG STORE
Keeps on hand a large assortment of
PURE DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
Also a full line of the leading Patent Medicines. Na
tions, Toilet Articles and Perfumes. Physicians Prescrip
tions Carefully and accurately Compounded.
Also a well selected ttock of the best
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Call and see us.
T. S. 'W'i.lliaaaa.s dc Co.
Dr. Geo. W. Cool
Office: Cottage adjoining:
The Old Reliable Butcher,
is now better prepared to meet the wants of the public than ever before. His
prices are as low as the lowest, and his meats are strictly nrdt-cl.il. He keeps
the interests of the public in mind, and there is nothing too good for hiro.to par
chase for the benefit of his customers. Parties who can use beef by the quarter
will do well to call and get prices.
ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY
And delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Give him a calH
Market at tlie corner of O. K. Street and Railroad Avchmc
The only first-class Restau-,-rant
in the city. Tables sup
RYAN & TATE, Proprietors
Billiard Parlors in the Rear
Give us a call. Upper Main Street, next to Angius Hotel
The Senate m
CIGARS1 OF THE BEST BRANDS ALMS KEPI
Courteous Treatment and Prompt Service
SUMMER DRINKS Id ilk Punch, 'Kg Flip, Rocky
Mountain Cooler, Mint .Tulip and Quaker Lemoundes
COMFORTABLE CLUB ROOMS IN CONNECTION
F. 3f. McKAYV Prop.
SMART & CUMMINGS,
VETERINARY AND HOOF TREATMENT.
THE PALACE BEER HALL,
Fresh St. Louis Beer always on tap.
Upper Mam Stret, Bitboe,. Arizona
Is Now inBisbec
Mrs. Wm. JKugUcm
Bisbee, A. T.
plied with all the delicacies
of the season. Meals at all
hours. Opp, Angius Hotel
R. R. Lockett, Proprietor
GEO. DUNN, Proprietor,
G. M. CUMMINGS.
O. K. CORRAL.
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