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COCHISE BEVIBW : TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBEB 4, 1900
f BRIEFS f
Bon Stillman ia quite sick at homo.
W. Wambui-R, of tho . survey, is in
S. Young left this morning for the
Miss Bella Cassin, of Watsonville, is
at tho Norton House.
Mrs. Tom Whitehead came in from
tlie ranch yesterday.
Judge and Mrs. Relll.v returned to
William Gerard, of Clifton, is regis
' tered at the Norton House.
Professor Hempel came up from the
camp, where he is timekeeper.
. The Mexicans held a fair in honor of
the 16th of September at Naco last Sun
There wa9a heavy frost on Big Blue,
"the other side of Qllfton, a few days
The marriage of a prominent young
business man is announced for an early
D. Reed, of the round house is build
ing a" nice, well planned residence in
W. A. Harvey, late superintendent
of this railroad, arrived in Blsbee yes
terday. Dr. Clarke and family came in yes
terday from Mexico and left today for
Dr. Rioketta, superintendent of the
Nacosarl property was in town last
w Charley Marshal, an old, time stage
Vrivenfyiere, is vfsiting frends, having
come up from Mexico,
Mr. Robins, one of the chief owners
in the Greene Consolidated, returned
to the Cananeas yesterday.
Miss Warning and Miss Stowe came
in from San Bernardino where they
have been on a vacation.
Joseph Schwartz, has the contract
for lOQX) feet of six inch air pipe for the
Green Consolidated. It will be deliv
ered in a few days.
R. L. Gibson, a citizen of Clifton, ar
rived laBt evening and is at the Nor
ton. T. Milter is also among the Clif
ton visitors in town.
The Copper Queen Band Picnic at
LewiB Springs, next Sunday is to be
the event of the season. Great prepa
rations are being made everpwhere.
The finest kind of lime is made about
two miles from here,on the Naco road.
There' Is quite a camp near the kilns
and a number of men are employed.
The job work done at this office is
the best, the prices are the most reas
onable, and our job plant enables us to
turn out any kind of work required.
P. Bender, of Ferguson mine in
Brewery canyon, was up buying sup-
plies yesterday. He says work is go-
ingon steadily and ore is still in sight.
A. P. Barnett, of New York, arrived
here yesterday and is at the Bessemer.
He is on a business trip. He repre
sents Leonard & Ellis, the oil people of
Miss S. E. Frazee, Miss Nellie
Hughes and Miss Ella Pritchard left
this morning for Safford to attend the
convention of the Grand Lodge of Good
Templars at that town.
Our fall and winter novelties include
the wellest designs and choicest fa
brics. Our prices on these goods will
interest you. A. Champagne,
' E. B. Ma8on,for the Blsbee Improve
ment company, is out ascertaining how
many Bisbee people will take the elec
tric light. The company intend to put
in a large plant at once.
A town is springing up near the
Lowell. Houses are clustering in the
neighborhood and every sign of bnsi
ness and improvement consequent upon
the development ot a great mine.
.A. Champagne, the tailor, begs to
inform the public, that our clothes must
fit or we keep them. We don't make
''cheap clothes," but we make "good
clothes cheap." Inspection invited.
John Slaughter drove up from San
Bernardino' yesterday. He says that
his kind is looking well, the rains hav
ing been ample for the present. Cattle
have not lost as yet and' the outlook is
Mrs. Berke, the charming wife of
Geo. W. Berke, one of Blsbee's most
popular mixologists and all-round good
fellow, arrived on last evening's train
from an extended visit to friends and
relatives in Prescott.
T.H.Benton is at theBessemer Hotel.
He represents the Boston Woven Hose
and Rubber company. Mr. Benton is
the champion snap revolver shot of the
world. He has a charm on his watch
chain in the form of a small revolver
of wonderful workmanship, the gift of
the Germau Emperor. His record
with the revolver is five shots in 30
seconds at 35 yards with five bulls'
eyes; the bulls eye being only an inch
in diameter. Another feat was eight
one inch bulls' eyes at 100 yards. He
does not use any sights as usually used
by experts. He travels over a good
part of the east and west in his tours in
the interest of his house.
Republican Central Committee.
A mooting of tho Republican Central
Committee of Coohise county is hereby
called to bo held in tho Opera Houso,
Bisbco, Arizona, Saturday, September
8th, 1900, at 8 o'clock p. m., for tho
purpose of selecting delegates to the
next republican territorial convention,
fixing tho dato and placo of holdiug our
county convention, arranging for dato
and officers of primaries and transact
ing all other business proper to come
before tho committee at that timo. By
order or C. C. Waunkr,
John a. Camimikll,
Tho A. & S. E. will nuike a rate of
one fare for the round Crip.
Tea Garden Drips.
Is a sugar syrup of highest quality;
onco used, always wanted; deliciously
sweet, makes taffy candy to perfection;
manufactured by Pacific Coast Syrup
Co., 707-719 Sansomo St., San Fran
N Democratic Primaries.
At a raeot'ng of the democratic cen
tral committee of Cochise county, held
in Benson on the 23d day of August,
1900, it was ordered that the 27th day
of September, 1900, be and hereby is
set as the day for holding tho demo
cratic primary elections throughout
the county, for the purpose of chosing
delegates to the democratic county con
vention, to be held in 'Knights' of Py
thias ball, in the town of Benson, Co
chiso county. Arizona, on the 10th day
of October, 1900, at 11 o'clock a. m.
The democrats of the various pre
cincts in the county are invited to as
semble and elect their own boards of
primary election officers and choose
delegates to the county convention, ex
cept in tho precincts of Bisbee and
Tombstone, where the local members
of the county central committee will
appoint the boards of primary election
officers and designate the polling
places, giving the voters ample notice
The following is the number of dele
gates appointed to each precinct, based
on the vote of 1898:
Benson . , 3
St. David 2
Turquois ; 2
Fort Huachuca .-. 2
Fairbanks , 2
Millers Canyon 2
San Simon 2
Four Bar Ranch 2
Huachuca Siding. , . . -. 1
West Huachuca .s. 1
Carr's Canyon 1
Tres Alamos -. 1
Pool's Ranch 1
Dos Cabezas 1
San Bernardino 1
By order of the Cochise county dem
ocratic central committee.
F. A. Sweet, Chairman.
B. J. O'Reilly, Secretary.
Bisbee, Arizona, Aug. 27th, 1900.
Benson, Aug. 29, 1900.
On Sept. 5th to 9th inclusive we will
place on sale round trip tickets to the
City of Mexico and return for $38.05;
limit of tickets 30 days. No stopovers
allowpd between here and El Paso, but
stopovers will be allowed south of El
Paso. These excursions are on account
of the Mexican National Holiday to be
celebrated in September.
J. G. Webster, Agent.
Attention, Good Dressers !
I am the agent for several eastern
tailoring establishments, and can furn
ish you first class clothing at prices
that canrot be beat.
s4-lm C. W. Wright.
Wanted One hundred Mexican
iniuers to work in copper mine at John
sonville, fifteen miles from Wilcox.
Airz. good, good climate, pure water,
steady employment. Apply to
John II. Norton,
Wilcox or Cochise, Ariz,
Col. Benjamin Morgan, who has been
a visitor in our city the past few days,
stated to a representative of this paper
that lie was a candidate for tho office
of District Attorney, If the people want
him. He believes thut "the office
should seek the man" to a certain ex
tent. Should at least go part tway to
meet him. There is no doubt that a
part if not all of the Bisbee delegation
to the democratic county convantion
will favor the nomination of the elo
quent and honest colonel for the office
that he is willing should seek him.
Last night, Thomas R. Drisdale and
Maria de la Varra were united in the
bonds of holy matrimony at the resi
dence of the bride's mother. Judge S.
K. Williams performed the ceremony.
A large number of friends and rela
tives were present. Refreshments
were served and a dance was given
which was greatly enjoyed. The Re
view joins in the hearty congratula
tions which are being showered on the
happy couple from a multitude of
Cheap CASH Store.
Choice Family Groceries, Fresh 1'rults of
Ml kinds received dolly. Wines. Liquors,
CJItfur nnd Tobaccos, Goods delivered free.
ihisuiuoyicii & miuiiu:
I hereby announce myeolf ub a can
didhto for tho office of
OK COOHISE OCUNTV
subject to the action of thoRopublican
County Convention. Respectfully,
I h ore by announce myself as a candl
date for the office of
of Cochise county subject to the de
cision of tho Democratic county con
i. ,.i.j ixim. iJiJUji. g;
DAWSON & LEONARD,
MAIN ST. PROPRIETORS
UNION MEAT MARKET
L. J. OVERLOOK. Proprietor
PHOENIX BEEF.Veol, Mutton, Pork,
Lamb and Sausage of all kinds
BREAD, PIES AND CAKES
On hand or to order. Wedding: Oakes $
a Specialty. m
I BREWERY AVENUE, BISBEE
Leaves Bisbee Mondays, Wednes
days' and Fridays at 7 a. in.
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Blsbee Headquarters at Greene Con
solidated Copper Company's Office,
Rooms 11 and 12 Angius Hotel.
Cananea Headquarters, Greene Con.
Copper Company's Offices.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 719.
Surrey No. 1478,
United States Land Office, )
Tucson, Abizon a, August 11, 1900. j
Notice is heroby given that Thomas Hlg
gins and E, O. Fenner, whose post office ad
dress is Blsbee, Cochise county, Arizona Ter
ritory, have this day filed their application
for a patent for 1100 linear feet of the Del
Norte mino or vein, bearing copper and
other metals, with surface ground BOO feet
in width, situated in Warren mining dis
trict, county of Coohise and Territory of
Arizona, and designated by the field notes
and official plat on file in this office as survey
No. 1478, approximately in township No. 23
south, range No 24 east (unsurveyed) of Gila
and Salt River base and meridian, Arizona,
said survey No 1478 being desoribed as fol
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the w, cor., iden
tical with the NE. cor. Auburn lode and on
the s. side line Galena claim at s. 65 deg. 27
mln. SO sec. w . 427.60 feet from the se. cor. of
that claim, a pine post scribed 1-1478-D.N,L
whence original location bears n. 75 dag. 10
min w. 42.40 feet, and U, 8, mineral menu
ment No, 4 bears n. 23 deg. 47 mln, w 2359
feet; thence s. 19 deg. 07 mln. e. 274.00 feet to
e. end center Auburn lode. 546.60 feet, same
bearing to cor. No. 2, identical with the se.
and ne. corners of the Auburn and Del Mar
claims respectively, a pine post scribed 2-1473-D
N L ; thence s 19 deg. 02 min. SO sec e. to
center e. end Del Mar lode, being 294.00 feot,
same bearing 587 90 feet to cor. No. 3, identi
cal with the se. and ne. corners of the Del
Mar and Harrison lodes respectively, a pine
post scribed 3-1478-D N.L, : thence s. 19 deg
14 min e. 242.20 feet to cor. No. 4, the sw. cor ,
identical with location and with the;iiw, cor,
Hlggins lode, an iron pin set in bed rock,
ohlsslea 4-1478-D.N.L.; thence n. 71 deg SI
mln. e. 200.80 feet to n. end center fllggins
lode 249.40 feet, same bearing to cor. No. 5, a
Sine post scribed 5-1478-D.KL. ; thence N. 65
eg. 27 min. 80 sec. e. 135.20 feet to cor. No
6, the se. cor., whence original location
bearsn. 79deg. SOmln. e.lH.OOfeet; thence n.
13 deg. 18 min. w. 947.40 feet to cor. No. 7,
identical with cor. No. 8 Hardscrabble lode
No. 1026. and No. 6 Morning Star lode No
1381, a pine post scribed 7-1478-D.N L : thence
n. 17 deg. 47 min. w 467. 80 feet to cor. No. 8, tho
ne. oor. .Identical with looatlon and with
oor. No. 7 Morning Star Lode No. 1831, a plno
post soribed 8-1478-D.N.L. ; thence s. 68 deg. 42
mln. w. 64.80 feet to oor. No. 9, identical with
oor. No. 8 Morning Star lode No. 1831, and
with se. oor. Galena lode a pine post
scribed 9-1478-D.N.L.: thence s. 65 deg 27
mln. 80 seo w. 427.60 feet to cor No. l.the
place of beginning. ,
Magnetic variation 11 deg 47 min. e., con
taining 14.41 ao reg.
The location of this mine is recorded in
the Recorder's office of Deeds in book 12,
page 452, Record of Mines, at Tombstone, in
the county and territory aforesaid.
The adjoining claimants are on the north
Galena lode, Lowell & Arizona Copper Min
ing and Smelting oompany owners; Morning
Star No. 1831, Copper Queen Con. Mining
oompany owners; on the west Auburn, Del
Mar and Harrison lodes, Lowell & Arizona
Copper Mining & Smelting oompany owners;
on the south Hlggins lode, same owners;, on
the east Hard Scrabble lode No. 1026, South
Bisbee Copper Mining and Townslte Im
provement company owners; Morning Star
lode No. 1831, Copper Queen Con Mining
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Del Norte mine or sur
face ground are required to file their ad
verse claims with the Register of the United
States Land offloe at Tucson, In the Terri
tory of Arizona, during the sixty days' pe
riod ot publication hereof, or they will be
barred by virtue of the provisions of the
MILTON R. MOORE, Register
First publication August 14, 1900
Last publication October 13, 1900
In the District Court, First Judicial Dis
trict of the Territory of Arizona, in and for
the county of Coohise.
Louise E. Priest, plaintiff, vs. Ernest W.
Action brought In the District Court of
the First Judioial Dlstrlot of the Territory
of Arizona, in and for theCona.y of Oochlne
and the complaint filed in the said County
of Cochise, in the office of the clerk of f aid
The Territory of Arizona sends greeting
to Ernest W. Priest.
Tou are heroby required to appear in an
aotlon brought against you by the above
named plaintiff. Louise E. Priest, in the
District Court of the First Judioial Dlstrlot
of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the
County of Coohise, and to answer the com
plaint filed therein, within ten da. s (exclu
sive of the day of servioe) after the service
on you of this summons, (If served within
this county or if served out of this county
but in this district, within twenty days;
otherwise within thirty days,) or judgment
by default will be taken against you accord
ing to the prayer of said oompl ilnt.
j he said aotlon Is brought to obtain n de
cree of divorce from the bonds of matri
mony and for general relief and for costs.
Given under my ban I and the seal of tho
District I'ourt of the First Judicial Dlstrlot
of the Territory of Arizona, In and for tho
Coun'y of Coohise, this 2Hd day of Juno. In
the year of our Lord ono thousand tune
huudred, A. H. Emanui-i
First Publloatlou June 27, 1900.
A Plouauro to
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE GO.
MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORGE AND
BOILER WORKS ALL CLASSES OF MINING MACHINERY
Write for Estimates
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND
I ClK Copper..... !
Quetn Store J
Summery Things TSaCT"8
Tnat make for
White Lisle Gloves
With black stitching, fasten
ed with1 three poarl buttons;
finished like a kid glove; wash
able, perfectly so. They are
so wear-resisting that even if
they cost a little more than
ordinary fabrio gloves QET-
they are cheap; a pair, 031
Black and white; fastened
with three clasps; cool rn
and elegant; per pair 031'
The Beautiful in fans
Gauze Fans, lace appliqued
and trimmed; various spangled
effects daintily painted; with
Feather and flower fans, in
geniously and nniquely made;
50c to $3.00
A hidden string a pull, and the picture of your presiden
tial candidate is ihown. Release the string and the picture
springs baok into tho folds of the scarf. Well made ties
of proper shapes and patterns, with no hint of the sur- 7Rr
prise unless "you pull the string."
Ready! Fall Samples for
The new Fall Samples of Suitings and Trouserings are
pushing and crowding thej way to the front, almost before
the summer samples are reatp'to depart. It's interesting to
know in advance what fixers of satorial fashion will put out for
masculine approval. Surprising, too, how many measurements
for Fall Suita are being taken this early. The samples are sc
conveniently displayed that it will take but a minute to look
COPPER QUEEN STORE
9 Rnl rvfr
Ben Williams J. S. Douglas
J. B. Angius W. H. Bbopht
M. J. Cunningham
Foreign Exchange end Telegruphlo Transfers to all Parts of the "World. Ac- Jv
oounU of Individuals, Firms and Corporations solicited. Matters entrusted to
our care will receive prompt attention. Mexican money bought and sold. Agency L
for New Zealand Fire Insurance Company. j
JKJK0 J0-r OKKIlJ -XJMrJK'4
The styles so differently shown from previous seasons include
tho very latest
These goods are all tailored by hlgh-olass men tailors and the workman
ship Is unsurpnsssd. To meet tho demand for the cheaper ready-made
suits, we had included some samples, not quite so fine In texture, but
strictly up-to-date. Measures taken from these cloths range in price from
$U to S17; tho better trades from $20 to (89.
Comfort and Style
White Lawn Ties
Long lawn ties, with ends of
rufflled lace, embroidery and
tucks. The daintiest summer
neck-drese imaginable. Fifty
cents to a dollar and a quar
ter; according to the amount
of finery you wish.
Black lisle thread, drop
stitched or lace front, "7Kp
per pair Jt
Fancy colored, full striped
or blaok, with fancy colored
top; all dropstitohed and m r-
cerized to resemble silk
Very fine quality tan hose,
per pair 37)c
Blaok cotton, drop stitched,
per pair 35c
BUCK'S JUNIOR RANGE
COUPON CLIPPING CONTEST
tlT IT DnAnnir DM1Anf
J. S. Douglas, Vice-President li
M. J. Cunningham, Cashier &
Our handsome sample
line for Ladies
have arrived and include the
latest productions in foreign
andh domestic woolons, etc.
"THE PAIR ft
Imported Liquors aqd Cigars
1 free Coinage 1
j J. E. BROWN 4 CO., PROPS.
FULL ASSORTMENT OF....
I cLFine Cigars
MAIN ST., OPPOSITE CAN-CAN. f
A PLEASANT RESORT
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
Can Can Building Main Street
Harris & Greener
Dealkbs ik Wines, Liquors and
Maiil Street Opposite Public Library
i is r
Directly on the road to Naco.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Your Ptitrouaffp Solicited.
CHARLES HULL, PROPRIETOR
One mile below town in the Cool
Cottonwocils Call onco end you
w'H alwuyn come Renin.
: SOLICITED. :
BISBEE, - - - ARIZONA
IETS0N & WliALEY, Proprietor!.
BEER and CIGARS
Main Street, Blsbee, Arizona.
On Draught Constantly on Hand."
Kino Imported and Domestic
Wines, Liquors and Cigar
Your patronose Roepeoully Solicited
Brewery Avenue BUbeo Arisona.
Wlnec, Liquors and Cigars.
B. M. Vucuvicli, Brewerv Avenue
St Louis Beer Hall
L.' C. Shattuck Prop.
Finest Brand of
AND CIGARS... r
Agent for Anheusor-Busob
Wholesale and Retail.
'SSs- furnishing Goods
it i Brewery Avenue