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1 NEWS OF
THE CITY I
THE COCHISD REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1901
The Copper Queen store is closed to
day for the purposo of taking stock.
Professor Douglas returned this
week from Morenci and left immedi
ately for Nacosarl,
Frank Beecher is a recent arrival
from Los Angeles and has accepted a
position in the Copper Queen store.
Wm. Long formerly in the butcher
business at Naco, returned this week
from San Francisco where ho has been
The Review job oillco this week
printed a bill of fare for the use of the
New England .Kitchen. On the front
page is a half-tone picture represent
ing a bird's-eye view of Biibee.
Allie Howo was up from Naco yes
terday. He was accompairied by one of
the Directors of the Greene Con. Cop
per company to Cananea this morning.
Joe. Rhodes, Bob Jilos and Tim Ma
lonoy rd turned vesterdav to the H. C.
ranch in Mexico after delivering a
bunch of cattle to a California buyer.
A. Leroy, of the Boston store, is ex
expected back from New York this
week where he has been purchasing
his spring and summer stock of goods.
Iko Diamond, of the firm of DIamoud
Bros, is in Phoenix this week on busi
ness. On his return the establishment
of Diamond Bros, will be enlarged and
On Friday, Feburary 2, the United
Moderns will give a social entertain
ment at their hall in the Opera House
rhiri nil United Moderns and their
invited friends are requested to be
George B. Reay, member of the
Board of Supervisors, spent Sunday in
Bisbee. Mr. Reay is a prominent citi
zen of Naco and is proving himself well
qualfled for the position to which he
was elected oy me peopio m vuuuiao
county last November.
C. P. Colburn, railway auditor, re
turned this week from Morenci where
he has been on business connected
with the railway department. He has
since been suffering with a severe case
of the grippe.
The Prospector says: The arrest of
Wm. Stiles was made through a mis
take of the officers. A bench warrant,
which was issued for Stiles prior to his
release, was a few days ago handed by
the District Clerk to Sheriff Lewis and
the latter proceeded to serve same, in
ignorance of the fact that Stiles had
been released on his recogizance by
Died. Lewis Carnicle, aged 33, on
Monday, January 21st, of pneumonia.
Mr. Carnicle was a carpenter by trade,
and leaves a wife and two children in
Los Angeles. The body was embalmed
at the undertaking parlors of B. F.
Graham & Co. with the expectation
that that the body would be shipped to
Los Angeles for burial. Later .word
was received to bury the body here and
the funeral occurred yesterday after
noon. The ladies of St. John's Guild met
last Thursday with Mrs. J. N. Jones.
Next Thursday's meeting will be at the
residence of Mrs. H. C. Stillman. The
various committees are at work for the
Vnlnntine Festival to be eiven at the
Opera House on tho 12th of February
and an entertainment will be given
surpassing in attractiveness the Red
Festival. These entertainments are
all given to raise money for the church
building fund and deserve a liberal
Tho religious services held on Sun
day last by tho Presbyterian congre
gation and conducted by Rev. William
P. Chalfant, were of unusual interest,
the evening lecture particularly referr
ing to China and especially instructive
because of Rev. Chalfant's having for
some years, till recently, served his
Divine Master in the capacity of a
missionary in China. Rev. Cbalfant
left for Phoenix on Tuesday morning.
Aflvir-o him been received here of
thfi mnvriiM'fi on the 10th inst.. of Miss
Helen Margaret Grant, to Mr. John
Angus Mac Kinnon at South River
Lake, Nova Scotia. Miss Grant was
comparatively well known here having
brothers in tho employ of the Copper
Queen company and she having during
a portion of her stay held the position
of nurse at the company hospital.
The E. G. Ord company are making
a galvanized iron cornice of somewhat
elaboruto design for use on tho build
ing at Naco, Sonora. to be occupied by
a branch of tho National Bank of' Mex
ico. This Institution had announced
their expectation of commencing busi
ness on the 1st prox. but it does not
now seem probable that tho building
will bo ready for occupancy at that
Reyc9 Bustamente, tho Mexican com
panlon of Abundio Salas, at tho time of
his arrest by Deputy Constable Jurado,
jaaias oeing suusequenuy anub u.v mo
officer) was on Thursday charged be
fore Justice Williams with having been
drunk and disorderly or the night of
tho occurrence roferred to and was
fined $10. In default of payment he
was locked up.
Cards have been received here an
nouncing tho marrriago on Thursday,
Jan. 10, at Jersey City, Now Jersey, of
B. J. O'Reilly, of Naco, to Gertrude,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Can
field Murray, of Jorsoy City. Tho
cards state that Mr. and Mrs. O'Reilly
will bo "at homo" in Naco, after Feb
The rain yesterday was a soaker and
Mason, the water man, was in high
Fern Sale One full three horse
power upright Hercules Gas'ollne en
gine In perfect running order. En
quire or address the Cochise Review.
Miss Langpapp of Tombstone is in
Bisbee visiting Mr. and Mrs. Schmied
ing. This popular young lady is al
ways a welcome visitor in Bisbee.
A wreck occurred on the South
Western Railroad at the terminus of
tho track on Tuesday last which de
rived construction two days. Several
cars were piled up but luckily no one
E. M. Durlev. who has become well
known here in connection with daily
duties in delivering ico from tho Cop
per Queen plant left for Illinois on
Tuesday morning, having secured a
three weeks vacation.
A monogram pin was picked up in
front of tho office of I. W. Wallace.
The owner can recover it by calling on
Mr. Wallace and identifying it and
paying cost of this notice, It
Chief Enginerr Wambaugh, of the
S. W. R. R. of Arizona, has removed
his principal office to Bisbee, but is
temporarily detained in El Paso by the
illness of Mrs. Wambaugh.
Bert Grover lies been relieved from
his temporary position as deputy con
stable by the return of Dayton Graham.
On Monday he went on night shift as a
miner for the Copper Queen company.
Bert says he has tired of official posi
tion and proposes to join the dinner
pail brigade permanently.
Jos. Schwartz is busily engaged this
week on tho new lodsrinsr house in
Tombstone canyon, built by Mr. Muir
head. Mr. Schwartz has the contract
for albthe galvanized iron and tin
os. H. Hammill, editor of the pio
neer newspaper in una county, is m
Bisbee on a visit to the camp for the
first time. The Belt was established
by Judge A. H. Hackney in the early
80's and has always held a foremost
place in the history of Arizona journalism.
Tim nflinnrnprl mfifitinsr of the Board
Directors of the S6uth Bisbee company
held January 22d in Los Angeles was
simply for the purpose of perfecting
the organization or a .Boaru oi direc
tors. No business of general interest
was transacted, nor were plans for
work on the property discussed. It is
the intention of the company to push
the development work more rapidly
than ever before.
Fridav Steve Roemer. assemblyman
from Cochise county, went to Phoenix
to attend the session of the Arizona
legislature which begins today. .Mr.
Roemer's place in the office of Wells,
Fargo & Co. at Benson is taken tem
porarily by Mr. Rice, from California,
who arrived inursoay oi last wsen, ac
companied Dy ins wne auu uauyutur.
This week the Overlook and Douglas
townsites at the point where the Naco
sari railroad crosses the line were con
solidated by mutual agreement. Tho
company is known as the International
Townsite and Improvement Co., which
Includes twenty-one of Bisbee's men.
The two townsites cover an area of
1000 acres and part of it has been sur
veyed into blocks and lots. The rail
road will reach Douglas next week
when the town will commence to take
on definite shape.
Refugio Hernandez, a Mexican em
nlnvpd for several vears at the Conner
Queen smelter, was very seriously in
jured about y o'ciock on juonuay last.
He has been employed in tne COnVer
to.. ilnnnrfmDnf. nf t.llfi WfirlfS (llmOSt
continuously for the past four years and
ills occupation necessmueu uis iro
quent use of the elevator running from
the convertor pit up to the furnace
level, a distance of only a few feet.
There would seem to be very little
chance of accident to anyone going up
and down on the elevator and such
chance would be suppoased to be lessen
ed in the case of Hernandez after his
long experience about it. However in
going up on the elevator on Monday
morning Hernandez was caught be
tween the elovator platform and the
heavy timbers forming the elevator
frame. Before the elevator could be
stnnned and the man extricated he was
as stated very seriously crushed. He
was at once attended by surgeons of
tho Copper Queen company and remov
ed to the company hospital.
w TCHnp. n. main street storekeeper
wns on Tuesday notified of a complaint
having ueen uieo oeiore justice vvu
cox, by M. Jurado, a Mexican youth
of about 17 years, charging that Klino
was fraudulently retaining in his poss
ession and refusing to pay over" some
$10 of money, the propertj of Jurada.
J. M. O'Connell, appearing as Kline's
attorney, asked for a change of venue,
supporting his application by the sworn
BtiitBinpnt. nf Klino that "ho has reason
to believe and does believe that he can
not have a fair and impartial trial be
fnvn Oonrfrn R. Wilcox Or S. K Wil
Hams, justices of the peace in and for
precinct No. 2, Cochise county, Arizona
Torritory, by reason of the bias and
prejudice of said justices of the peace.
Justice Wlllcox granted a change of
venue to Tombstone wnere tne case
will bo heard before Justice Clark.
The facts as stated by Jurada are that
the boy went into tho store of Klino
and bought several articles at each sep
arate purchase pivlng Kline some mon
ey, which In the aggregate amounted
to the sum of $17, while his purchases
summed up only $5.05. Klino then
tried to persuade Jurado that ho need
ed a suit of clothes and showed him a
suit at $8. The boy declined to pur
chase the suit but Kline proceeded to
wrap it up and insisted that Jurado
had purchased it. Tho latter refused
to take it and Kline refused to give
him tho balance due him $11.35.
S. W. Jenkins, a piano dealer from
the capital city has been in Bissbee
The Mitchell Economical Hot Air
Blast Furnace was blow in today at
The supply of coke on nand at the
amelters is very limited. Unless a ship
ment is received by Monday, in all
probability the works will be shut
Dr. Johnson and H. W. Clarkson, of
Safford, were arrivals last evening,
having driven over from Tombstone.
Dr. Johnsor vill nrobablv locate in
Carl Clausen, representing tho Union
Tvnn Wm-lrs. nf S.in TtVnnnlenn. rot.iirrw
ed last evening from La Cananea where
he had been on a business trip in the
interest of his firm. Mr. Clausen makes
Bisbee his headquarters.
Dr. W. A. Greene left Bisbee yester
day morning for Morenci, where he
goes to be assistant to Dr. E. G. Carle
ton, surgeon to the Detroit coppercom
pany. Harry Hanninger, of the Maze, has
returned from Los Angeles and is greet
ing his customers with that same old
Jim Brown was taken before Probate
Judge Bostwick at Tombstone on
Thursday for examination as to his san
ity, tie comes irom uos uaoezas ana is
43 years of age. The verdict was that
he was Insane and was ordered, to be
conveyed to tho insane asylum at Phoe
nix and will leave for that institution
in the morning.
William Huches. for a loner time a
well known resident of Bisbee, but
who has with his family, resided in
Rosemount for the past eight months,
came here On a visit last Saturday and
remained during this week. Mr. Hughes
has mining property there which he is
engaged in developing. Tho Rosemo at
properties proper were somewhat e -tensively
developed; a smelter, an ex
pensive hotel andother buildings erect
ed, some years ago during the owner
ship of L. J. Rose, of California. H(.
becoming embarrassed financially the
nrnnortv was sold some four or five
years ago to Lewisohn Brothers, of
New York, owners of the Old Domin
ion at Globe and possessors of other
large copper interests. Since the pur
chase by the Lewisohns the property
has been lying comparatively dormant,
although generally considered to he
very valuable. A few leasers have
been permitted to work to a limited ex
tent; the ore extracted by them being
hauled to the Helvetia smelter for re
John Circovich. has recently been
working in the mines at La Cananea,
but last wees ne orew nis time anu
came up to temporarily enjoy some of
the metropolitan luxries of Bisbee and
Naco. He did fairly well during his
stay of a day or two here; but upon his
returning to Naco on Monday with
money yet remaining unspent the re
sult was that in a few hours John had
become very drunk, noisily so. He was
arrested by Officer Clint Hudspeth and
upon being searched was found to be
carrying concealed upon his person a
murderous looking knife. In the ab
sence of Justice O'Reilly Circovich was
brought to Bisbee and a charge of car
rying a concealed weapon was prefer
red against him before Justice Wil
Hams. On Tuesday John was perfectly
sober anu a very respectaoie appear
ing citizen as he was explaining his
side of the matter to the justice.
His explanation was a very reasonable
and doubtless a truthful one, but the
fact remained undisputed that he had
hftpn frnitKT about with a danererous
weapon concealed about him. He was
fined ijsoo which was paid.
Henrv Forrest, a well known old
timer of this vicinity has during the
past two weeKs ciosea saies oi seven
mining claims heretofore held by him
in the Huachuca mountain range. The
latest transfer was one of two copper
claims, situated in the south fork of
Ash Canyon, to Pittsburg parties. In
this he received $000 cash and is to re
ceive $5400 additional in money, in six
and eighteen months also 10,000 in
stock. One other claim was sold by
him for $8000, 10 per cent down and
balance in six and eighteen months.
This is a gold claim and was sold to
parties from Montana. Two other
claims were sold by him to parties re
presenting Illinois capital anu on me
same terms. The consideration being
87000. He also sold two undeveloped
claims for $500 cash and his one half
interest in the "Little Emma" for the
same amount. This information is ob
tained direct from Mr. Forrest in per
son. A score of young men of Blsboo gath
ered at tho palatial residence of Mr.
Spencer W. Clawson on Knob Hill to
enjov the hospitality of their host in
honor of Mr. Robert Wear of Kentucky.
Music was furnished by the Stag Man
dolin and Glee Club. Mr. A. C. Davis,
Jr., entertained the party with some
wonderful feats of parlor magic, and
Mr. M. K. Dugan pang some of tho late
coon songs that brought forth peals of
laughter. The ropast that followed
tho evening's entertainment was one
prepared at great oxpenso and the
table decorations wore the finest ever
seen in Bisbee and was the work of
skilled hands. Mr. and Mrs. Clawson
were assisted in the entertainment of
Mr. Weur's friends by Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Prltchett and Miss Helen B.
Clawson. Those present wore Messrs.
Robert Wear, L. B. Shroufe, Harry
Brown, C. F. Nichols, Thos. Darnell,
Harry Alexander, Jack Alexander, M.
K. Dugan, F. T. Bragonier, Geo. Bow
man, A. C. Davis. Jr., Emile Marks,
Wm. Prltchett, D. Ford Jones, Harry
Butt, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Clawson, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Prltchett, and Miss Hel
en B. Clawson.
Copper Queen Store
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Closed all day today (Saturday)
for stocktaking. Ready for
business again on Monday.
Four more days of Royal
Tailoring at reduced prices.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs
day; select a suit from 200 or more samples;
you'll pay less by $3.00 to $13.00 than you
would have to pay had not the Royal
Tailors decided to lop off profits during
January to get acquainted with made-to
measure clothes as they make them.
We've made a goodly number of intro
ductions during th's January sale, but we
don't wash our hands of responsibility after
we have. "Mr. Blank, we wish to make you
acquainted with Royal Tailoring," as it
were. We stand sponsor by standing back
of every transaction with our guarantee of
absolute satisfaction, as usual; only you've
less to pay; if your order goes in before Feb
ruary 1 st.
f LANNELETTE WRAPPERS
At a Lower Price.
Any $1.25 Wrapper
A plain statement of reductions without any
verbal frills or sensational talk. The saving is
just as a much saving, even though it is told of
thus simply and plainly.
' There're not so many Wrappers by many
dozens as they were when the reductions were
first mentioned, but your size is still here for we
started with a large stock.
Briefly told, the details are; Flannelette
Wrappers in neat dark colors, made in a number
of styles, each style carefully and worthily made.
The former and present prices are as stated.