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COCHISE REVEEVV: TUESDAY EVENING,. TUNE 5, 1900
1ENS0N AND ENVIRONMENTS.
Tipics if Interest f ran a Premis
ing Town Tersely Toll
A Briiht future.
Benson, Ariz., Ju" i l(MW
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Maglnnis leave
soon for Sau Fraucisco, whore they
will speud the summer.
Mrs. Castanedu, who went to Phoenix
to attend the commencement exercises
at the Catholic convent, returned homo
Saturday. She was accompanied home
by her daughter, Miss Josephiue, who
was one of the graduates. At Tucson
they were joined by Mrs. Castaneda'a
sons, Henry and Rudolph, who have
been attending the university at- that
Mrs. James Roberts went' up to Con;
tentlon last week for a visit with her
father, Mr. Armltaga. She was ao
companied by hor niece, Miss Ida
Mrs. Joe Webster leaves today (Mon
day) to visit with her parents in Cali
fornia. Norman Roberts, who has been at
tending school atjthe University in
. Tucson, returned home Friday.
L. W. Redfleld, our genial postnias
ter, was in Tombstone transacting busi
ness last week. Miss Lillie Vaughn
took charge of the work during Mr.
Win. D. Gibson left Sunday morning
for a visit to his old home in Scotland.
'Tis Mr. Gibbon's first visit back since
he left his old home some thirty years
ago. While gone, Mr. Gibson will
visit the World's Fair in Paris.
Last week Mr. W. C. Laud bought
what was formerly known as the Bryan
property of Jonn Lopnow; considera
tlon", $4,050. Mr. Land is correspond
ing with California parties with, the
vlow of sinking an artesian well.
Mr. John Lopnow has purchased the
John Allen property in Benson; consid
Mr. Thomas Dribble bus nearly com.
pleted his $2,500 house. When com
pleted it will be occupied by B. Maier.
District Attorney K. W. Land, of
Tombstone, was in Benson Friday
The music class of Mrs. C. G. Sanders
ffave a musical review at5 the home of
Mr. Armltage, In Contention, last Wed
nesday evening; quite a crowd went up
from Benson Wednesday and returned!
Thursday. Invited guests from Tomb
stone and Fairbank were present.
After being entertained for a couple of
hours by the music class, the guests
spent the remainder of the evening in
ThMht They Were Stolen.
Frank Wright came in last aight
from the Swlsshelms, where ho is en
gaged in.mlnlng. Together with Billy
Burke, who left Bisbee a few days ago,
ho suffered the loss of his horses and
trailed them hither, overtaking the
renegades a few miles out of town last
evening. Mr. Wright returned to the
scene of his future fortune this morn
Mrs. J. R. Tate aud family will take
their departure Thursday morning for
Chinnewa Falls. Wis., where they will
spend the heated term. Mr. Tate's
business jis of such a nature that a few
months'outing Ih not considered, so ho
will continue at his place of business
and direct his raining interests as here
All persons knowing themselves to be
' Indobted, to us or either of us, are here
by Requested to settle the same with S.'
K. Williams, who we have appointed as
our agent to receive and receipt for
same for us and in our names. Pro
ceedings by law will be commenced
against all debtors falling to comply
..with this demand, unless such accounts
are paid by Juno 15, 1900.
.7. S. Wlliams,
II. E. Conlon.
Dated this 18th day of May, 1900.
A. fc S. E. Excursion.
The Arizona and South Eastern Kail
road company will make an excursion
rate to Tombstone during tho coming
term of court, at the rate of to per
round trip ticket. Tickets will be for
sale tho day before court convenes,
Under the conditions of the present
extreme shortage of water, this com
pany is compelled to enforce tho follow
. Water will be supplied from tho com
pany's mains between the hours of 11
o'clock a. m. and 1 o'clock p. m. only.
Irrigation of gardens and lawns and
sprinkling of floors and sidewalks, or
the use of water for ally other purpose
except actual family netds, Is abso
lutely forbidden. Kcspctfully,
BlSHEK WATKIl CO.
REQUISITION DENIED. '
Texas' Ineffectual Reaching After
The Phoenix Republican of the .'Ird
instant heds the following additional
light on the seemingly interminable
Cobre Grande matter:
Sheriff Boone of HI Paso, Texas, ar
rived in town yesterday morning with
a requisition for the extradition of J.
Henry Wood, secretary of the Cobro
Grande company, who is said to have
been indicted at Kl Paso for perjury
alleged to have been committed in an
affidavit made in the litigation now
going on at El Paso concerning a largy
quantity of copper matte shipped from
the Cobro Grande mine to the smelter
at El Paso, while the company was in
possession of the property. The indict
ment was found against Mr. Wood al
most two weeks ago, and it was under
the indictment that Mr. Wood was
twice arrested a week ago, once at
Nogales and once at Benson. The last
time ho was released oh telegraphic in
structions from El Paso and tbo indict
ment was believed to be ended. All
this', however,, was described at con
siderable length in tho Republican at
at the time.
The arrival, therefore, of tho El Paso
sheriff with a requisition for Mr. Wood
was something of a surprise. Tho sher
iff presented his papers to Governor
Murphyearly yesterday morning. The
governor, after going over thorn care
fully, declined to honor tho requisition,
and he wrote at somo length to Gov
ernor Sayers of Texas tolling him why.
He also explained to Sheriff Boone that
tho charge against Mr. Wood was only
an incident in a civil suit and said that
the criminal machinery should not be
get in motion to give either side an
advantage over the other.
It will be remembered that tho afil
davit by Mr. Wood upon which the
charge of perjury is based related to
certain transactions between him and
W. "!. Gefieno in Sonora. The state
ments themselves were unimportant,
so far as auy-bearing they might have
on any litigation In El Paso was con
cerned. The most surprising thing
about the incident is that an El Paso
grand jury should have undertaken to
consider matters which occurred in a
W. It. Thorn has just completed tho
handsomest and most expensive monu
ment yet erected in the Bisbee cemete
ry. It is to the memory of the late
Mrs. W. C. Greene. The material is
granite and the design and lettering is
equal, 'if not superior, to anything yet
brought into Arizona. Mr. Thorn is an
artist, in his.? way, and tho Rkvikw is
glad to see homo talent employed to
the exclusion of those who garner but
Miner Coleman, who recently suf
fered a dangerous abrasion on the face
from a missed hole in the Queen shaft,
has recovered sufficiently to be on the
A lull iu sporting circles occurred at
the Turf Exchange last night when the
entire aggregation of about twenty-five
sports resolved themselves into a com
mittee of the whole and imparted to
each other interesting information that
tho other fellow was not possessed of.
It was an enlightening dissertation on
timely topics, the most interesting of
which was "How a Mexican Can Lift a
Piano," tho oracle claiming that in the
City of Mexico a native will shoulder a
000-pound piano and "tote" it to any
part of the land. The listeners listened
and then gave him ihe "horse laugh."
I will sell my tine stock of millinery
at half-price for fifteen days. Every
thing will be sold at a sacrifice. If you
are looking for a good bargain iu mil
linery, now is your time. I must make
room for a large summer stock of som
breros and sailors. Do not miss this
opportunity no such chance has ever
been offered in Bisbee before.
Store near Nemeck's photo gallery.
Wants Corresondents in
every Mining Camp, Mine
and Ranch in the county.
Address this office for par
ticulars. BISBEE CASH FRUIT STOBE
Ice Cream and Soda Water
Sweet Cream, Confections, etc. Ice
Geo. Dorflinger Prop.
1 four-room houses, new, $10.
FOR SALE 2 San Jose pumps.
1 Benicia horse-power.
Bisbee Heal K6tate Co.,
E. B. riASON, Manager.
SchuiiedinR'a Jewelry Store.
J. C PAUB.
MAIN STREET, ABOVE
REPAIRS AND RENTS BICYCLES
Novelty works. Guns, Looks. Bicycles and
Sewlnr Machines repaired. Bey fitting a
specialty. Romblor Bicycles for sale.
They feared the Law and Begged
No doubt the public is cognizant of
the smart trick that was attempted upon
tho policy game at the St. Louis Beer
Hall the other evening when two men
connived to wring in false tickets and
collect several hundred dollars. The
matter was promptly brought before
Justice S. K. Williams, who would no
doubt have landed the culprits behind
the bars had not the prosecutors been
liberal , and allowed them ti make a
confession and escape the pen. Fol
lowing is the confession:
BlSHEK, Arizona, June 4, 1900.
Know all men by thesd presents: That
we, J. O. Manley and J. H. Curran, did,
by and between us conspire to defraud
what is known as the Policy game at
Shattuck's saloon,by combining togeth
er and trying to ring in a ticket which
was never sold, aud no duplicate was
turned in to the game keeper of same.
For and in consideration of the above
confession, the said Shattuck & Jones
hereby agree to dismiss all criminal
proceedings against the undersigned
and uot to renew suit in any manner
by reason of tho abovo confession.
J. O. Manley,"
J. H. Cuhkan.
M. J. Johnson,
S. L. Bohn.
N firemen Take Notice.
A special meeting of the Bisbee Fire
Department is called for Wednesday.
evening at 8 o'clock. All members are
respectfully requested to be.present.
C. L. Bkckwith, Chief.
A. W. Howe, Secretary.
Sunday afternoon, near ithe fire, a
diamond stud. Liberal reward offered.
G.' H. Mosier, of the Simmons Hard
ware company of St. Louis, did business
with Bisbee merchants yesterday.
Mrs. B. Gusenhofer and Miss Kae
Gusenhofer, of the Waldorf, will depart
next Thursday for Los Angeles, where
they go to visit relatives and to take a
summer's outing. Their many friends
in Bisbee wish them a pleasant trip and
a safe return. In their absence Otto
W. Gusenhofer, proprietor of 'the Wal
dorf, will erect a two-story lodging
house on the site of his present resi
dence, just back of his place of busi
ness, which will be fitted up in the lat
est modern style and conducted on the
Notice to Creditors.
Kstute of Patrick Cunningham, deceased
Notice is hereby riven by the unHersIirned.
administratrix of the estate of Patrick
Cunningham, deceas d, to the creditors of
and all persons having claims atrainst the
said deceased, to exhibit them, with the nee-
essary vouchers, within ten months af tor the
first publication of this notice to the suid
administratrix at Hisbee. the same belmr
the place for th trans ict ion of business of i
mild estate, in said county of Cochise.
Adin nistratrix of the Kstate of Patrick
JJatod at Bisbee, A. T this Urst day of
First publication Juuo'l, KOO,
Rooting, Guttering, Until Tubs, Sinks and
heavy sheet iron Worn ol all descriptions.
All work guaranteed School House Hill.
Telephone No. 82.
The Queen Hotel
Sixteen Furnished Kooins.
Apply to Mrs. James Letson.
Qhris Finlayson, Prop.
Wines, Liquors and Uigurs
Your patronage solioited.
Main Street, Bisbee, Ariz.
J. J. KRALLMAN
Carpenter and Builder
NACO LUMBER YARD
Keeps always on hand a seteoted stook of
Lumber, Doors, Simb, Mouldings and Itullil
CURRY & CO.
Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, lioots and Shoes,
Purchasing and Forwarding Agents.
Custom iioiiBo Brokers.
iE G' NortonWil1 Reconstruct With
E. G. Norton, who suffered the loss
of his cottage Sunday afternoon, states
that he will not erect a frame building
in its stead, but will construct a two
story brick in the near future. Such
a building would bo expensive should
the material have to be shipped in over
rail, but Mr. Norton says a line quality
of brick is being manufactured at Naco
and that ho can build with this mate
rial equally as cheap as with lumber
and that henceforth the Norton build
ings will bo of modern architecture and
not subject to the fury of the llame as
heretofore. Mr. Norton estimate's that
he has lost not less than $20,000 by fire
since ho came to Bisbee.
Dr. It. P. Behrendt. graduate Berlin
Opthalmic College, Germany, and Phil
adelphia Optical College, and Dr. Ida
A. Behrendt, graduate of McCormick
Optical College, Chicago, and Phila
delphia Optical College, the eye spe
cialists, are stopping, at,, tho Norton
House, and will examine your eyes by
the latest improved methods. If you
have trouble with your eyes, have head
ache or nervous troubles it may be your
eyes. They are prepared to test and
remove those troubles scientifically and
guarantee all their work. Dr. Beh
rendt has 26 years practice on eyes.
Sid Harris, Prop
Liquors and Cigars
Reading and Card Rooms
Attached. Give us a call.
Opposite Library, Bisbee
Saddles g Harness
Made to order.
Repairing a specialty.
Mann Saddlery Comp'y
Opposite Judge Williams.
Meals 25c and Up
Cooking that gives an appetite.
Behrends & Markey
Opposite Round fjoicsft.
MRS. M. BLEWETT, Proprietor.
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS
For Ladles and Gentlemen.
' T?tnrlv ATnrlp SlfiHw
Complete Line of Millinery
MAN ST., TWO DOORS ABOVE POST OFFICE
M. J. Johnson
Houses and Lota Bought and Sold on
Houses lor Kent
OFFICE Angius Building, Room 3.
T. A. TATE, Prop
General Blacksmitliing. Horseshoe
ing a specialty. Above Floodgate.
Bisbee Candy Kitchen
Fresh Candies Every Day
Ico Cream, Soda Water,
Lemonudo, Milk Shukes.
Cold Drink for 5 Cents!
If You Want to
iGoto H. Waters.
C. K. BARNUM
Handled Willi care.
I,envo orders with S. K. Williams. Tel. No. 7
Kreimer & Oswald
emv " o$
The Up-to-Datc Barbers
Complete Bath Facilities.
MR. W. D, KINSEY
Has been appointed agent for the
Oil Company . . .
Whose property is located in the cele
brated Newhall field, Los Angeles
county, California. This stock is a
splendid investment, and is bound to
go to par in 90 days. Now selling at
25 cents per share. A full description
of property aud plans to be found in
prospectus. Don't fail to get one.
W. D. KINSEY, Agent,
KINSEY BUILDING BISBEE
We have just received a New Line of Ladies' and Children's
Trimmed Hats direct from the Eastern markets.
A very extensive line of Ladies' Shirt Waists, the Nattiest and
Prettiest shown this season.
A very Complete Line of Ladies' and Children's Oxford Ties
and High Shoes.
J. S, DOUGLAS,
J. B. ANQIUS,
W. H. BROPHY,
Jl. J. 'CUNNINGHAM.
Foreign Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers to all Parts of the world
Accounts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations solicited. Matters cntriuted
to our care will receive prompt attention. Mexican Money bought and sold.
Agency for New Zealand, Fire Insurance Company.
Malachite Cigar Store,
Candies and Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco
:-: A SPECIALTY. :-:
4-11-44 MAIN Street.
DAN HANKINS : : : Proprietor
CHAMPAGNE, THE TAILOR.
tWlint became of that man
who wag 1C8 years old ?"
"Oh, somebody fitted him
out in Charopaene clothed,
and he looked entirely too
youncto hold his Job."
B. D. FAIRBANK, Prop.
The Bg Brick on the corner
of Congress and Court streets.
First Class Tin, Lips, Cirxars
Always on hand. The Sporting Cen
ter of Tucson, where all kinds of
games arc codducted and patrons arc I
protected. Gentlemanly Mixologists. I
LARGEST IN THE SOUTHWEST j
TUCSON - - - ARIZONA
St Louis Beer Hall !
L. C. Shattuck, Prop.
1'inest Urands of
AND CIGARS . . .
Aeutit for Anheuwr-nuich
Hi ewiiif Association.
Wholesale and Hetall.
Hole in the Wall JEWElE
C. M. Henkel, Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Main Street, Bisbee.
GEO. DUNN, Proprietor.
Bisbee's Favorite Resort
Wines. LiquorB and Clears.
D M l.....,inU Ri.AiUAI.tr tiKinilK
ill in. vuijiiriiiiit uicrrtiY mfciiuv. i
TUCSON, ARIZONA. P. 0. BOX 265
Wholesale Dealer in
Sole owners, of the Diamond Mon-
i arch Whisky.
CouiltrV orders solicited.
Arizona and South Eastern Railroad
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of this company for the election
of directors and for the transaction of
such other business as may properly be
brought before the meeting, will be
held at the office of the company, No.
99 John street, in tho City of New York,
on Monday, July 2, 1900, at 2 o'clock
p. m. Geokge Notman,
Near Radovlcli'a Store. Cleaning
done by new Dry Process. Gents' Suits
cleaned, alto Ladies' Skirts, Waists, Olores
and Kibbons. Hats a specialty
Mrs. Burgham, Proprietress.
" "" Officers;
W. H. BROPHY PKsldent
J. S. DOUGLAS Vice President
M. J. CUNNINQHAfl Cashier
Best of Wines, Liquors
Noblle & Twomcy, Proprietors.
& WHITE, $$
11EER ON TAP. STDtY ?.?
Your patronage Solicited.
Main Street, (can can building.
: solicited. :
O. K. MARKET
FIRST CLASS PHOENIX BEEF,
Mutton, Pork and Veal. Sausage, for
eign and domestic, constantly on hand.
0. K, STREET, 0PP.. CARRETTO'S:
A. BAUER !.... Proprietor
KKK.MAIM'H HTATHISERY CO.
Everything: for the Office.
Blank books. Typewriter Supplies, Offiee
Furniture, Rubber Stamps and Seals, Sport
Ins Goods. Cloth nnd Paper Novels, School
books and Supplies, Fne Stationery, En
graved Visiting: Card. Agency for Standard
Patterns. Mail orders tilled the day re
ceived THE TURF
LETSON & WHALEY, Prrkton.
BEER and CIGARS
Main Street, Bfsbee, Arizona.
iRarvi.Vs Pr.ArP AT-n'n f
JJAlviNHA b X IvAllV, lUdlll Gr
Ladies' and Gents'
Furnishing Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Etc.
limine " Stamp Mill at Sienal Hilt.
Dragoon Mountains, custom work
is solicited at the rate of $1 a ton ,
Apply at N Angius Store, Bisbee
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