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COCHISE REVIEW: TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 3, 1900
I neurit j ! BSBEE DRUG co-1
J . MV J J Paints. Oils and 5
j GEORGE DUNN rt J !
J PROPRIETOR J J vyiass . J ;
Bisbee's Favorite J Latest Designs iu Wallpaper ? i
5 safD f i 5 Cameras, Kodaks and Supplies
5 MAIN STREET f J v m i n 4 :
4 A 4 Unvo ou Tried Our 9 . ;
- Ibt bHt MM OUUH f
OK... fV AlA a! a 1 f Or Our Fancy Cool DrlnUs?
Imported Liquors and Cigars
j free Coinage f
12 J. E. BKOWN & CO., PROPS. i?
: FULL ASSORTMENT OF.... 5:
s Wines, Liquors
LMAIN ST., OPPOSITE CAN-CAN.
A PLEASANT RESORT
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
Cm Cm Building Main Street
Harris & Greener
Dealers in Wines, Liquors and
Mail Street Opposite Public Library
Directly on the road to Naco.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Your Patronage Solicited.
CHARLES HULL, PROPRIETOR
HANSEN & GERDES'
One milt below town in tho Cool
Cotton woods. Call once and you
will always come again.
: SOLICITED. :
UTSON 4 WIUEY, Proprietors.
BEER and CIGARS
Main Street, Bisbee, Arizona.
On Draught Constantly on flam!.
fill Itnuqrted nn.il I)onrtl
Wint Uqiwrn and Cigar
tour patronage Ileipeoully SolMte I
nrwrv Aveicie HNlen ArUuim
Wine. Liquors and Clt-ars,
B. M. Vncivlch, Brcwcrv Avenue.
St Louis Beer Hall
L; C. Shattuck, Prop.
Finest Brands of
AND CIGARS . . .
Airent for Anheiisor-llusch
Wholesale and K.'tutl.
Bi-iiriBSriAlf, TLLLMAN - - - Proprietor
Kitchen . , .
Open Day and Night
Short Orders a Specialty
Meals served to families
Whitehead & Marchell, Proprietors.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
OTTO W, QEISENHOFER Prop.
Meals 25c and Ip
Cooking that (jives nn appetite.
Behrends & Markey
Opposite Round Hoie
CAKES and PIES
Fresh Ranch butter
and Eggs a Specialty.
Brewery Ave., above Jake Smith'a
UNION MEAT MARKET
L. J. OVERLOOK, Proprietor g
JJ PHOEiNIX HEEF.Venl, Mutton, Pork,
g Lamb and Sausage of all kinds J
$ BREAD, PIES AND CAKES $
X On hand or to order. Wedding Cakes m
Jjy a Specialty. $
$ BREWERY AVENUE, BISBEE
0. K. MARKET
FIRST CLASS PHOENIX BEEF,
Mutton, Pork and Veal. Sausage, for
eign and domestic, constantly on hand.
0. K. STREET, OPP. CARRETTO'S
A. BAUER Proprietor
ICE CREAM PARLOUS
"e CALIFORNIA MARKET
KENNEY BROS., Props.
Beef, Mutton, Pork,
FRESH YcaI Sausage Etc
Choico cut of meat only.
FRESH BREAD DAILY.
Good) delivered free to all parts of thotonn
Upper Main St , Bisbee
The Jersey Dairy
A, W. STRUHM, .Prop.
Pure, Fresh Milk delivered to nil parts of
the olty every evenlncr. Pure Cream In lurco
or small quantities. Tho only dairy In Ilis
boe havlncr bloodod cows. Satisfaction euur
nnteeil. Leave orders at thoStrtunm Hoard
Theo. F. rietz, Prop.
Oltk'U and works, Tombstone unci HUliee. i
nonu n nicr, oursnpnrnia, uincer A e, r.ic.
Orders (roni ahrond will rccelvo prompt at
tention. Order! for tho olty of lllslieo will
be delivered free without ilolny. r amlly or
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Kstlmntes of Uuildliiun
OFFICE: J. H. JACK LUMBER COMPANY
Bisbee Assay ' ohicc.
All Work Guaranteed
Or Money Refunded.
Kodak Pictures ZUZZ
oniec, Nob Hill.
The J. H. Jack j
I Lumber Co . .
--AGKNT 1'OK -
THE STUDEBAKER WAGONS,
BUGGIES, CARTS, ETC.
Bisbee - - - Arizona
Hole in the Wall
C. M. Henkel, Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Main Street, Bisbee.
CHAMPAGNE, THE TAILOR.
Garments made by us have the
Style, Fit and
That Well-dressed Gentlemen
Leaves Bisbee Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays at 7 a. m.
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Bisbee Headquarters at Greene Con
solidated Copper Company's Office,'
Rooms 11 and 12 Angius Hotel.
Cananea Headquarters, Greene Con.
Copper Company's Offices.
t i TRANSFER
W. M. LIGGETT, Proprietor
Arrives at Bisbee at 11 a. in. Leaves
one hour after arrival of A. & S.
Leaves Naco at 9:30 a. in.
Trip each way made in one and a quar
V. G. MEDIGOVICH
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
GAME RECEIVED $$?:
Liquors, u floors and Moccor. '
Saddles g Harness
Made to order.
Repairing a specialty.
Mann Saddlery Comp'y
Opposite Judge Williams.
RooSntr, Guttering, Both Tubs, Sinks nnd
hoavy Sheet Iron Work of nil descriptions.
All work guaranteed School House Hill.
Telephone Wo. 32.
PROPERTY LOOKED AFTER
Bisbee Real Estate Co.
E. B. J1ASON, Manager
C. K. BARNIM rTSer
Baggage and Express
Handled With Care.
Louve orders with S. K. Williams. Tel. No. 7
GEO. C. CLAKK, E. M.
C. TV. MITCnEM,
Examinations and reports made nn
raininc properties. DoaiftnB furnished
for a.l kinds of mining and milling
Assays made in Dupli
cate, 60 cents a metal.
Qualitative and quantitative analyses
mane or any mineral puttstnncep.
Surveys of Patents In
Arize na and Mexico.
I am prepared to supply any
quantity of first-class Brick on
short notice on board cars . .
W. C. FERRIS
' W. Wallace : :
AGENT AND BROKER.
Bisbee ... Arizona
vi Kstalu Houuht and Sold.
iNloiuiy Loaned and luverted.
I mm -m- i" '.jtmmm
CURIOUS DOCUMENT FOUND. .'
Aathor o( "Home Street Home" Act
ed as Lnnd Agent While
t In Europe.
The University of Chicago received
the other day a curious old document
which is n relic of the early history
of'Tennesst'c. P. II. Muyileld. a law.vtr
in Cleveland. Tenn.. was asked roeeir !y
to look over hOineoJd papers of I'liuu nn
11. (allowa.v. of tlial plaee. anil in I is
Kfaieh found u doeiimeiii miuiI h.v
Calloway and .John llowaid I'a.vne. Hie
w'riter of "Home, tiweet Home." 'J he
paper was signed in 1S42, and the wit
ness was Samuel Colt, the inventor of
the famous Colt's revolver.
The document shows that Payne,
w'ho was at that time American consul
lb"Tunis, was to receive one-fifth of
tile profits made off a certain pane)
of land which he was to sell in Id ,
lnhd, Germany and other European
cdUntries. The land was the Ocee land
district, which was ceded to the United
States by the Cherokee Indians in 18::.".
and in turn given to tho state of Ten
nssec by the government. The state
of Tennessee gave out the land in
glints, and Calloway received the
major portion of it for services ren
dered. In the same document Payne
was also given power of attorney" on
142,500 acres of the land.
The university authorities will place
the document in the museum.
MISER'S HIDDEN HOARD.
r&espectedlr Found After His Death
la the Filth Amid Which
He Had Lived.
tVilliam Bowers, a miser who owned
$19,000 worth of property in Yonkers
and Chicago, died a short time ago in
Stj Joseph's hospital in Yonkers be
cause he was weakened by the lack ol
nourishment- Dr. J. T. Gibson was
made administrator of his property,
arid he and !'. X. Donoghue found that
Bowers had lived in a miserable bed
room in an apartment house. An old
Iron bedstead, a broken chair, a piece
of a wax candle and rags that had been
used as bed clothing were all that was
first discovered in the room.
The doctor and Donoghue poked
around among the rags with their
walking sticks and to their astonish
ment found bank books on four New
York banks, showing total deposits of
$10,C00. The tenants of the house
called on Dr. Gibson to pay their rent,
and, to his surprise, told him the old
man had owned the house, which is
worth $15,000. Subsequently Dr. Gib
son found an old box in the basement
of the house which contained deeds to
property in Yonkers and Chicago. It
is said all the property is valued at
$100,000 and is free from incumbrance.
LEADS THE WORLD.
Splendid System of Commercial Edu
cation Maintained In Germany
Tflth Excellent Kesults.
"Germany has led and is still leading
the world in commercial education,"
says Consular Agent Harris, at Eiben
stock, in a recent dispatch to the state
department. Thg various commercial
schools, he says, annually send forth
large numbers of qualified young men
to take up lucrative and important po
sitions in the business world. These
young men, he continues, are selling in
distant countries the products of the
German empire, ranging from a loco
motive to a clothespin, invariably hav
ing the advantage over their Amer
ican and English competitors of being
able to speak fluently the language of
the country in which they attempt to
sell their goods. Consular Agent Har
ris attributes the efficiency of .German
commercial travelers to the splendid
ly conducted commercial institutes in
Germany, and strongly recommends
the establishment of similar colleges in
the United States. The founding of a
large commercial univcrsitj- at Ham
burg is in contemplation.
i SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.
Electricity has just been applied to
the making of cigarettes and cut to
bacco, and hundreds of hand workers
will eventually be displaced by the
South Carolina is now manufactur
ing all the cotton she produces. North
Carolina, Georgia and other southern
state ore also turning out a large
part of their cotton in finished goods.
To-day there are a dozen large mills
and 173 lace-making machines in the
United Etatea. These machines rep
resent an invested capital of nearly
$3,000,000, nnd turn out annually
4,500,000 pairs of curtains, valued at
Pennsylvania's coal output is great
er than that of all other parta of the
country combined, equal in quantity
to the mine returns to Great Britain,
and larger than is taken from the
mines of all nations in the world ex
cept the United Kingdom.
One of the largest works of man's
hands is the artificial lake, or reser
o!r, in India, nt ltajputana. This
reservoir, said to be the largest in
the world, and known as the great
tank of Dhebar, and used for irrigat
ing purposes, covers an area of 21
The Academy of Natural Science,
which claims the distinction of hav
ing Sicen tho first, scientific body to
Issue a publication in the United
States, is shortly to resume the dis
tribution of its proceedings in print
ed form. Its earliest publication was
an octavo journal, begun in 1S17, and
continued until 1812.
It is a well-established fact that
plnnts can be improved by crossing
and judicious selection quite, as sure
ly and effectively, as the breeding of
animals. The sugar beet may be
quoted as nn example of what culti
vation may do. The sugar beet of
io-day actually contains about three
times as largo a proportion of sac
ehnriue matter as it did a century
"Sure, Pat, and why are yc wearin
yer coat buttoned up loikc that on
a warm day loike this-?' "Faith, Jtr
riverence, to hoide the shirt Oi haven't
got ou." Punch.
Mrs. Gallagher "An' phwat'll Oi do
at all, Moikc? This machine only
goes up to 15 shtone, an' Oi'm 1C
f.htonc if Oi'm an ounce." Gallagher
"Get on twoice, Hridget, an' add! up
th' totals." Glasgow Evening Time.
A Falling Out. "And- why did you
leave your last place?" "Cook an' mc
had a fallin' out, mem." "I don't sec
why you should leave for a little thing
like that." "But we fell out o' tli
third-story window, mem." Cleveland
"What will I get here for lunch?'
asked' the man at the restaurant
counter. "There's the bill of fare,'
answered the man in the white coat,
"you can order what you want. I'm
not saying what you will get." Indi
"Can you tell mc which mushroom:
arc poisonous and which are not?''
asked the young woman. "I can," an
swered the j-oung man who never ad
mits he doesn't know. "IIow?" "Bj
reading the papers next morning."
Old Gentleman "And have j-ou any
brothers or sisters, my little man?"
Hobby ; Yes, sir. I got one siBter an
one an' a half brothers." Old) Gentle
man "What!" Bobby 'Yes, sir
Two half-sisters and1 throe half-brothers."
"Have you reason to think the pris
oner drinks?" inquired the prose
cutor. "I never saw him drink," re
plied the witness with engaging
frankness, "but I remember he once
asked me why I built my fence square
ly across the sidewalk, and then' im
mediately afterwards tried to wait
over a two-story billboard1." Phila
TATTOOED WITH PORTRAITS.
Soldiers Hbtc Portraits
Their Sweethearts Pricked
Into Their Backs.
The American soldiers leaving San
Francisco for the Philippines are re
sponsible for an entirely new lover'i
ifloa, .says an exchange of that city.
They have the portraits of their sweet
hearts skillfully tattooed upon their
backs. "Prof." Jake Londella is tht
man who makes a living by tettooing
the faces of infatuated folksuponcach
other's backs. Londella's business
brings him in confjnet with men, wom
en and children. Women arc his best
customers. Says he, regarding his pe
"During the war I tattooed many a
soldier's photo upon his sweetheart!
arm. and the soldier often had het
picture or name written by herself re
produced upon his breast. Many Brit'
ish soldiers have hadi the portraits oi
their wives or sweethearts tattooed on
the back before going to South Africa.
It is a facf with the officers especially.
I know one who has the portraits of
two girls tattooed upon his breast
with their names beneath them.
"You would be surprised to know
how many women bare their necks and
arms for the needles. . It is becoming
a fad here just as it did in London years
"Yes, a woman is usually scared when
she sees the instrument and! Ink, but
she gives me less trouble than a man
when she discovers thattnttooingdoes
not hurt much after all. Last week T
spent a half day working on the arm of
a bride-to-be. Years ago she had a
man's name pl'acedi there. I had to ob
literate it bj- filling in with a flower de
sign. She said it would never do for
the groom to know about the other
"Here is a list of the dfcslgns I tat
tooed upon the limbs not long ago of
Mrs. Frank Caldwell, the actress:
Snake, horses, peacock, butterflies,
flowers, anchor, parrots, cockatoo,
checkered stockings, necklace, eagles,
stars, flag, hearts, shields, leaves and
PRICES SOAR AT PRETORIA.
Economy Belnir Observed from HIsh
Officials Down Busy Time at
- American Consulate.
Late reports to the state department
from Pretoria show that prices are
soaring in that capital. Cab hire
ranges from $2.50 per hour upward, and
can scarcely be had at any figure. Econ
omy is universally observed from the
highest ofileials down. The foreign rep
resentatives at the capital find that
their salaries arc totally insulllcient to
pay the ordinary expenses of living.
The United States consulate is over
taxed. Seven thousand letters were
received in one week to be forwarded.
Mail packages weighing in the aggre
gate O'j tons flowed into the consulate
in the same time. Many small sums
of money had to be disbursed among
the Hrittt.li prisoners of war, and, al
together, the United States consul with
his single assistant is fully employed.
CABLE FOR PHILIPPINES.
Lrrjre Supply to Be Shipped to Islands
for Use by the Army
Gen. Grcely, chief signal officer, is
making arrangements with the quar
termaster's department for the ship
ment of a large supply of cable to the
Philippines, where it is urgently need
ed in order to keep Gen. MacArthur in
close and constant .touch with his
troops iu all parts of the archipelago.
About COO miles of cable will be re
quired for the completion of the cable
service in the Philippines, and nbput
half of tin's quantity will be shipped
on the transport Hurusidc, which will
be fitted out at New York for that pur
pose. It is hoped that she will be rendy
to start from New York early in Aug
ust. The remainder of the cable wilt
be forwarded by commercial lines as
promptly a possible.
. 4 "
Specialties in French Good
and a Large Assortment of
J. C. RAUB,
Main St., above
REPAIRS AND RENTS
Novelty Works. Key
h lttmg a "specialty.
Guns, Locks. Bicy
cles and Sewing Machines Repaired.
Kamnier mcycles for Sale.
I Kodaks f all kinds I
Developing and Printing q
At lowest rates
Rntiefnotinn fynaranfno1 '
S - - ..
c. p. nart &Co.
Copper Queen Pharmacy. f
J. B. ANGUS
Main Street - - Bisbee, Arizona
DR. CLARK, 5S&SE.
All diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat
and Nose. References: over 300 cases
operated on and treated by me in Bis
bee. My office ia equipped with every
thing needed for treating chronic and
special diseases; latest and best instru
ments. Money, time and health may bo
saved by consulting me, instead of some
poorly qualified doctor or going to a
distant city. Hours: 10 to 1; 4 to 7.
X-RAY EXAMINATION AFTER OFFICE HOURS
MRS. M. BLEWETT, Profrkfw.
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS
For.Ladles and Gentlemen.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Ladies' Ready Made Skirts
Complete Lino of Millinery
MAIN ST. TWO DOORS ABOYE POST OFFICE
Plant situated in
Upper Mule Gulch.
City. Office, Wallace Building
O. K. St., Bisbee.
Agent for California Star Winery
BfSBEE WSH FRUIT STOBK
Ice Cream and Soda Water
Sweet Cream, Confections, etc. Ice
Geo. Dorflinger, Prop.
firs. n. E. Bruton
Cleaning and Dyeing
. By Dry Process
Dressmaking a speelalt y.
Near Raub's Bicycle Shop,
If You Want to
Go to H. Waters.
Hnvlwr a Stamp Milt nt Signal Hill.
Drupooit Mountains, custom work
is sollolteil at the rate of ti a ton .
Apply at N Angius Store, Bisbee
Cheap CASH Store.
Choico Family Groceries, Fresh Fruits of
nil kinds received dally. Wines, Llauors,
Clears and Tobaccos, Goods delivered free.
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