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New buildings are going up It cvory
part of Bisbee.
Tne band stand juat completed cost
in tho neighborhood of 8750. The
plans were drawn by Mr. Perkins.
W. A. Buoll,.a mining man from
Graham county, is a recent arrival and
is in tho employ of the Copper Queen
Lin H. Orme. former sheriff of Mar
icopa county, died in Phoenlxjast Sun
day.. . 0. P. Hart returned from Tucson
where he went to eat Thanksgiving
dinner with his relatives.
Rev. Prltchard is laying the founda
tion for an elegant cottage on tho Trib
olet ground in Upper Tombstone can
It Is said that the new code commis
sion has reduced the railroad fare in
Arizona to three cents a mile.
Hugh Conlon and William Plaster
were summoned to Tombstone this
week as witnesses at the present term
B. A. Paokard left Wednesday for
Mexico and will not return until next
week. He is buying and selling cattle
Tho Journal-Miner, of Prescott, says
it is a faot not generally known, but a
fact all the same, that a proposition to
purchase the United Verde mine at
100,000,600 was recently refused.
Constable Doyle left for Tombstone
Monday with one Ramon Rameriz who
bad been committed to the county iail
ob a charge of carrying concealed
Harry Burgham, a boiler maker in
the employ of the company at Nacosari
arrived Thursday evening of last week
just in time to eat Thanksgiving turkey
with his family. He returned on Wed
aisday. Walter Douglas, superintendent, left
Monday morning on a visit to Globe
where Phelps, Dodge & Co., are inter
ested in the United Globe mines. Mr.
Douglas returned the letter part of the
The Benson Press says: Yesterday
Hon. A. J. Streeter, a former state
senator In Illinois, was at Benson en
route to Guaymas and Mazatland to at
tend to some mining interests he has
in the state of Sinaloa.
Thursday morning a boy baby was
born to the wife of Mr. Harry Wimber
ly, and on Sunday the little one passed
away. In their sad affliction Mr. and
Mrs. Wimberly have the sympathy pf
all Benson. Press.
C. A. Overlook drove down today to
the Now Erie townslte, at the crossing
into Sonora of the Nacosari Railroad.
He was acoompanied by others who do
sire to learn as to the opportunities for
investment In the newly projected
town on the border.
Mr. James, one of the largest stock
holders in the Copper Queen company,
left Monday morning for his home in
New York. From this point Mr.
James and Supt. Douglas went on a
special to Globe, Where they remained
two days and proceeded to El Paso.
It is reported that tho long-hoped for
revival of mining operations in Tomb
stone Is soon to be realized, and on the
strength of this report business and
resident property at the county seat is
advancing in price very materially.
Constable Doyle returned from the
county seat Tuesday and reports that
many important cases will come up for
hearing at this term of the district
court, which is now in session. Among
others the Pago murder case .and the
train robbers will be arrialgned for
Work is progressing satisfactorily on
the traction road between Naco and La
Cananea. Before long Naco will be
the scene of Increased activity caused
by the advent of this road. It is re
ported that a smolter will be built at
the border city to treat the ores from
the Cananea district.
Ben Bartleet, an old-time miner and
prospector, with headquarters at
Tombstone, arrived in Bisbee the early
part of the week on business. Mr.
Bartlett contemplates a visit io the
Cananeas and other mining districts oT
northern Sonora in the near future.
The Review office has received a
new stock of commercial paper, envel
opes, etc The office has been over
hauled and we are better prepared than
ever to turn out artiBtlo and neat job
firlnttng on short notice. Anything
rom a pay-roll to a drink check can be
printed in tho Review job office.
W. C. Greene, of the Greene Consol
idated Mining company, who probably
does more traveling than any other
busineps man in Arizona, spent Sunday
and Monday in Bisbee. Mr. Green'e
expects during the present month to
have all the obstacles surrounding tho
company cleared away.
Tho following named twelve gentle
men were yesterday summoned to serve
as trial jurors at the present term of
the District court. They left for the
county seat this morning: Tony F.
Kyle, Robert Cagle, George Clawson,
T. G. Gibson, Louis Supple, B. I
Moore, David Williams, G. W. Toland,
Charle9 Cox. William Dohorty, L. G.
Jackson, B. Baltett.
A letter from Phoenix this week
brings the Intelligence that owing to
the inauguration of a street fair this
year in connection with the carnival,
there will be no miners drilling con
test. Bisbee has a team that can about
"hammer" any team in the territory !
and were anxious to compete again.
For this reason the attendance from
Bisbee at the carnival will bo limited.
Caiuilo Cpnmoho, tho now comuiisavy
of police, has arrived in Naco and ub
sumed charge, on tho Mexican aide,
The reservoir opposite the depot wus
cleaned tnib weeK una a aoposit, oi iuuu
two Joet tnlcK was tattcn cm.
vJautalu. B. Carlos, captain ol tho
lino riders at Cuchuberachi, Is at Naco.
He camo up from his post to pay oil' tho
Max Gayito, vice-consul, was a vis
itor In Bisbee Wednesday. Max says
the future of Naco la very bright. J.
S. Garcia, ex-commlssary of police,
was also a visitor on tho same day.
The large warehouse for the Greene
Consolidated company at Naco is com
pleted. Work haB already commenced
apon another of the same size. These
warehouses are erected on the Mexican
The office building of the Greene
Consolidated company at Naco Is com
pleted and is now occupied by the com
panv. Naco will now be the head office
of the company Instead of Bisbee as
Edwin A. Hughes, another of the old
time Bisbee boys, is now in the employ
of the Standard Oil company in Minne
apolis. He holds a good position, is In
tho line of promotion and has very flat
Marcus Schwartz, formerly circulat
ing agent of the Review, has accepted
a position with the Fair. Marcus is a
bright boy and will meet with success
in his new place.
Kenny Bros, have moved their meat
market"from Main street' to Brewery
avenue, and are occupying a portion of
the Home bakery building.
George B. ilcox, justice of the
peace-elect, has rented the room for
merly occupied by Alfred Paul, the
tailor, and will f)t It up for a first-class
court room. i
A new firm of .commission merchants
and forwarding agents has been formed
at Naco by J. S. Garcia and J. L. So
barzo. They will handle hay, grain,
Mr. S. Samanlego, of Bavispe,
nephew of Mariana Samaniego. super
visor of Pima county, was in Naco this
week. Mr. Samaniegb is a largo cat
tle dealer and came up to dispose of
some of his Mexican cattle.
According to the Star, Joe- Bignon
and Miss Ellen McGogan, both of
Pearco, were married at Tucson Sun
day. Joe is well known in Cochise
county and the southwest, and all join
the Review in extending congratula
tions. Professor .lames Douglas is expected
in Bisbee in the near future. Mr.
Douglas returned from a visit to the
Paris exposition a short time' ago and
when he visits Bisbee we may expect
jo hear the interesting events of his
"Allle Howe returned from Los An
geles on Sunday's train. While he was
gone Mr. Howe did not forget his
friends and brought with him an tin
menso box of the choicest flowers to be
found on the coast at this season of the
ear. Mr. Howe will ask for a clerk
ship in the nextlegislature and if merit
titaken into consideration he will re
ceive the appointment without opposi
On Monday the headquarters of Hob
i noon & Toohey, who have the contract
for building tbe"new railroad from Don
Luis to.Douglas, moved their headquar
ters down the line three miles from
which point operations were carried on
i his week.. Robinson Sc Toohey have COO
learns at work and the pay-roll last
month showed 1J400 men had been em-1
ployed. The pay-roll this month will-
loot up about JW.OW.
Seven applicants for teachers' cer
tificates stood examination before the
board of examiners Monday at Tomb
stone in Probate Judge Bradley's office.
The seven applicants are Rachael O.
Gibson, Pearce; Salena Hlckle, Dra
goon) Myrtle Williams, Ft. Huachuca:
P. A. Lofgreen, .St. David; Sadie E.
Prazee, Turquoise; W. T. Fowler, Her
eford; A. H. Gibson, -Pearce. The lat
ter applicant is applying for life di
ploma, the others for county certifi
cates. The engagement is announced of
Miss Edith Stowe to Mr. Ralph A.
Smith. Miss Stowe Is one of the teach
ers in the Bisbee public school and one
of the most popular young ladies in
Cochise county where she has lived
since childhood. Mr. Smith is assist
ant manager of the Bank of Arizona at
Jerome. He resided for many years In
Tombstone where he was employed In
the Bank of Tombstone. The young
couple have the sincere best wishes of
a large circle of friends all over the
territory who will consider this an
nouncement a proof of the sometimes
doubted statement that matches are
made in heaven.
Tho El Paso Times of last Tuesday
contains the following: W. E. Pulliam,
special agent of the United States
treasury department, with headquar
ters In this city, ha9 returned from a
trip into Arizona. He went for the
purpose of inquiring Into the matter of
establishing a new custom station on
the border of Arizona and Sonora,
where the new Bisbee railroad will
rross the frontier. It is situated In
the Nogales customs district, which in
cludes the entire territory of Arizona.
Tho new town will have a customs sta
tion, it being 'necessary to secure a
special act of congress for the estab
lishment of a now port or sub-port of
entry. Mr. Pulllam's district includes
the two collectors' districts of El Paso
itnd Nogales, or all of New Mexico,
Arizona and western Texas.
Wanted Two or threo room dwel
ling house, furnished or unfurnished.
Address" Wm. G. Hofor, Bisbee.
Mr. C. C. Lavers has taken a posi
tion iu the office of tho Mootozumti
Coppor company at Nacosari and lolt
Bisbco for that placo last Wednesday.
Wednesday evening, December 12th,
tho Schmidt and Graham orchestra
will give a dance m Bisbee opera house.
Theso gentlemen arc prepared to furn
ish music at any time or place,
It seems to bo conceded that Senator
Ives is to be president of the council.
The gentleman from Yuma will fill the
position with credit.
The El Paso papers say that a fierce i
battle took place last Sunday between I
the Mexicans of the stataof Sonora and
the Yaquis. Sixteen Mexican soldiers
were killed by the Indians.
Mike Hines, a miner at Jerome,
thought he had enough of the trials
and tribulations of this mundane sphere
and decided to anticipate tho time set
for his exit by cutting his throat. The
attempt was unsuccessful as his norvo
failed him just at the last minute.
Mr. Calvin W. Cain, of Nacobari, has
been spending his Thanksgiving vaca
tion hero among his many old friends.
While here he was (riven the Royal
Arch Masonic degree. Ho roturnod to
Nacosari by stage yesterday.
C. F. Nichols, who Is circulating the
petition for an Elks lodge In Bisbee,
reports twenty-five signers to date.
Tho requisite number Is fifty which
will be secured by tho 15th, if not
sooner. The Phoenix lodge will be
here for the installation.
The festival at the Library Hall
Thursday evening will bo entertaining
to all who can attend. A very moder
erate admission price includes the re
freshments, which the ladies will furn
ish, and also a musical and literary
John W. Foley, formerly with Dr.
Sweet in the company's hospital de
partment, is now a student in the phar
macy section of the University of Cali
fornia. The voung man is reported to
be making excellent progress in his
studies and has made up enough loot
time to allow him to become a member
of the class of '02.
Frank Godfrey and Roy Morfoot
were homo from tho University of Ari
zona, where they are stndents, for the
Thanksgiving vacation. The boys look
well in their new cadet uniforms and
in their walk and carriage show great
improvement due to tho military train
ing thoy receive at that constantly im
proving institution of learning.
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid Soci
ety will hold a festival in the Library
Hall next Thursday evening, December
tho 13th. All styles of aprons will be
for sale. A program of entertainment
will be rendered, and refreshments
served. An admission of twenty-five
cents will be charged, which Includes
the evening's entertainment nnd re
freshments. An Invitation is extended
to one and all.
Last Thursdav eveniug waa the da'e
for the annual meeting of Perfeet
Ashlar Lodge No. 12 Free and Accept-1
ed Masons. This lodge now has a i
membership of over 80 and notwith-1
standing the many calls on the treasury
during the past year, is In good finan
cial condition. Tho following officers. ,
elective and appointive, were chosen
and, by Past Masters Sweet and War
ner installed into their respective sta
tions: J. J. Mulrhead, Master; V. R.
Stiles. Senior warden: H. M. Woods.
Junior Warden; Walter Douglas, ' jf
Treasurer; J. L. Brown, Secretary; , i
,Rev. H. W. Studley, Chaplain; Samuel i v
Bowers, Marshal; R. L. Samuel, Sen- 2g-.
lor Deacon: L.R.Brown, Junior Deacon; j-,
J. D. Blair, Senior Stewad; I. H. Bark-1
doll, Junior Steward; Richard Rundle, 4
Musical Director, and 1 E. Johnsston. i ,
A Pleasure to Answer L.uttor
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MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORGE AND
BOILER WORKS ALL CLASSES OF MINING MACHINERY
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REAL ESTATE, MINE BROKER
Houses and Lots Bought and Sold on Commission
Houses for Ren. Money Loaned XXX
OFFICE: ANGIUS BUILDING. ROOM 3. BISBEE, A. T.
The GoBhen Bros, are putting on the
second coat of paint on the new M. E.
church. This structure is slowly but
suroly drawing toward completion. It
augurs well for Blsbee's substantial
We are better equipped than ever to take
proper care and give more, perfect satisfaction
in our Men's Clothing Department. To this end
we have now in our steady employ a Tailor,
whose sole business it is to remedy any defect
or misfit, no matter how slight: to see that there
io a just-rightness about every garment that
leaves the department. This makes satisfact'on
doubly sure, whether you pick out a suit from
our stock, or are more exacting as you've a
right to be about a made-to-order suit.
In this connection we might add that we
are prepared to press- and clean clothes: prop
erly, satisfactorily, economically.
ii oi v viilii-. tuiii iiinn mr
their orders for Banquets, Balls audi u ,, ,, ,-, .-j.-, ,. ,. ,-n .vt A ,t .-v. . ,ft ,. ,, ,- .-, . . ,,.,.)
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KlRKLAKD, ARIZ., Dec. (".
Editor Review Will you kindly
crrect statement in your paper of No
vember 23,saylng my baby was dead. It
has caused some worry and wrs a mis
take. Am glad to say my baby is well.
Mrs. James Wrlsh.
Tho Review regrets that such u vex
atious mistake appeared in its columns.
One hundred and some odd pieces of woolona in trouser
lengths from which to inako selections. There's quite u dif
ferenco between selecting trousers from small samples and full
lengths. No chanco of mistaking the quality or getting a
false idea of tho pattern. No such liberal stock of piece goods
has over before been shown in Bisbee. No two patterns alike
that means exclusivctiess; not much to pay that's economy;
no time like now that means having the full asoitmentto
It was a clever man who thought, out Ves-Two. The idea
is so clever it has been patented. Ves-Two is two vests in one;
a reversible, turn either side out, fancy vest. One sido is dou
ble breasted, the other singlo breasted. Fancy worsteds und
silk vestiugs, each sido strikingly different from tho other.
And the Vea-Two costs no more than you usually pay for one
vest. We would suggest that yon see these Ves-Twoa anyway.
From $4 to $7.50.
and Rain Coats for Men or Boys All sizes, all
prices, and all equally good. Not all rain coats
are rain proof. The coats we sell shed water
like the proverbial duck's back. They are made
right that's why.
Lodges, Societies and Parties will bo i j
well pleased to know that Henrv Coll-1
manu, of tho Brewery Cafe, will take ' 4jfr
iuoir uiut'ia iui utiuquebs, liuiis .11
other entertainments on short notice.
Spanish and piano lessons, by gradu
ate of Snell's Seminary, Oakland, Cal.
Address Mrs. Edward Zimmerman, ,
Post Office, Bisbee, Ariz. ol-tf
Miles from home, but you find what
your tongue desires, and your heart !
will beat if you only see the layout you
get at Honry Collman's Brewery Cafle
in the line of ham, cheese, liver sau
We find Henkel, the jeweler, carrys
the finest line of watohes, jewelry, etc
in tho city. ol2-tf '
Mrs. C. M. Johnson will give lessons
in embroidery, Kensington and Batten
berg, ou Saturday's from 2 to 4 p. m.
Tylor house, B sbee. no!4 lm
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Bank of Bisbee i
Ben Wiluasis J. S. Douglas V. H. Bbofhy, President
J. B. Angius W. H. Bropht J. S. Douglas, Vice-President
M. J. Cunningham M. J. Cunningham, Cashier
Foreign Exohuiiiro itucl Tolesraphlo Transfers to all Parts of the World. Ac
counts of Individuals, Firms and Corporation solicited. Matters entrusted to
our cure will roccive prnnipt attentlr-1. Mexican money bought and sold. Airenoy
for New Zealand Kiro Insurance Company.
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Hon Van R. Patterson, S F.Cal : Hon W
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Cal.; Hori.W H.Bpatty, Chief JustlooS. Ct
Gal., S. F., Cat.; Hon. Joseph McKenna, Su
promo Ct.,U S., Washington, D. O. i
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