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THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1901
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Copper Queen Store Puts the Rail
roaders Out of the Game Score
20 to 4.
There is a stillness that you can al
most touch which pervades the A. & S.
E. freight office. We shoved in there
for a whilo Saturday morning, but
0 found it too oppressive. The only man
that seemed to be alive and enjoying
the bright sunshine was Brown, and he
did not play in Friday's ball game. We
took one look at Stiles and bolted. His
face had the same expression Napoleon
wore on his retreat from Moscow. A
man named Adams, 1 think he has
charge of the hardware department
in the store, he looked something like
Stiles also. But 'nuff said. Dugau
came through the ordeal smiling and
by the way Dugan, Martinez and Ru
pert made the best showing in behalf
of the railroaders.
The roporter for the Review walked
to the ball game. Passes were not
good on the excursion. As a conse
quence we did not reach the grounds
until the last of the sixth inning. We
met a boy coming this way who had
backed the railroad boys. Ho was on
his way up town to organize a school
boys nine, who intend to challenge the
A. fc S. E. for next Sunday.
It was a pleasant outing for the crowd
and the game was quiet and orderly,
and a gentlemanly lot of fellows, all of
The store boys won. Score 20 to 4.
It was evident from the start that the
store boys out-classed the railroaders.
They all played good ball. Lillis, Te
haney, Siler and Williams all played
their positions like old professionals.
Following is the score:
. COPPER QUEEN STORE.
AB R IB SB PO A E
Lillis G 2 4 3 8 0 0
Bledsoe 6 3 4 3 12 0
Stillman G 12 10 0 3
Tehaney 6 3 5 4 2 3 0
Jackson 4 3 3 2 10 1
Williams 5 2 8 1 2 0 3
Rogers 5 2 4 10 0 0
Silers 5 2 4 2 7 5 2
Hugers 5 2 4 2 5 7 2
Totals 48 20 34 19 J5 23 11
A. & S. E. R. R.
AB R IB SB PO A E
Marks. . . .
Dugan . . .
.i i 9 n l o o
.3 0 1 ) 5 4 2
.3 0 0 10 3
Totals 28 4 18 5 17 15 18
Bases on balls A. & S- E.; 2.
Two-base hits Marks, Martines,
Shanks, Bledsoe 2, Rogers 3,. Silers 2.
Home run Siler.
Double play Dugan to Rupert.
Hit by pitched ball Jackson.
Struck out By Rice 2, Marks 2, Sl
ier 7. Martinez 5.
' Passed balls Rupert 4, Hughes 2.
Wild pisches- Marks 1, Martinez 2.
Time of game, 1 hour and 52 minutes.
Umpire, Fred Hamner.
Official scorer, C. F. Nichols.
To the Put lie at Large.
Not wishing the public to be de
ceived by the recent card af thanks
published by Mrs. Shipley of this place,
I take this method of correcting her.
I borrowed $100 fro n Mr. J. B. Angius
and I g ive her S25 myself, which she
paid buck and the pablic paid bask the
$100 that I borrowed for her use, and
she well knew where the money came
from , as I informed her the night of
Sept. 24, 1900, the night before she left
for Galveston, Texas.
lt-2-23 .Mrs. J. Allan.
Owing 10 failing health Mr. Robert
Williams has disposed of the Monte
zuma hotel at Nogales to Mr. Louis J.
F. laeger, of Yuma, and Tuesday even
ing the transfer was made, Mr. laeger
taking possession at midnight of that
The Wonder Worker
of the world.
Captain Jack Crawford.
Monday evening in Library hall a
Bisbee audience was entertained by
Captain Jack Crawford as it never
was entertained by any lecturer be
fore. This brave old scout got down
off the platform and talked to his audi
ence heart to heart, and never for a
moment during the course of his re
marks did the audience show any signs
of impatience. Along with his other
good qualities, ho is a good impersona
tor, and goes eo rapidly from the sub
lime to the ridiculous that his audience
is kept always on the eve of expect
ancy. Interwoven with his "own little
poems," as he calls them, comes a good
temperance lecture, a good word for
the gospel and plenty of good things
to keep the audience in a good humor.
Jack Crawford is one of tho.se old fron
tiersmen who simply did his duty for
the government in the early days, saw
lots of hardships, but does not go
around the country posing as a martyr.
He has traveled over almost the entire
civilized world, but with all his travel
ng and association with the "big ones"
in the east he comes back to the west
each time glad to see his old pals who
knew him on the western trails twenty
five years ago, and in the audience
Monday night were several of these
Cantain Jack savs some of those un
cultivated easterners do things that
would not be tolerated in the west.
"Jack" attended grand opera in New
York city with his friend Congress
man Amos Cummings. He looked up
at the finely and scantily dressed ladies
in the boxes and it nearly stampeded
him. He had never seen any women,
but, Apaches dress like that before.
His story of Pony Bill, the cow boy
preacher, and his own pledge to his
mother never to touch intoxicating li
quors, were extremely touching.
"Captain Jack" left Tuesday morn
ing for Tucson. If he should ever re
turn to Bisbee he would be guaranteed
a crowded house.
One On Uncle Billy.
Uncle Billy Plaister, like most peo
ple who have arrived at a mature age,
has a hobby on which he is more or
less "touchy. "' Uncle Billy's pot hobby
is Texas, which he considers about the
best place on earth, and hopes that
when he dies his soul may be assigned
to the precincts of the storied Alamo.
Some months ago Uncle Billy was
foreman of the grand jury at Tomb
stone when the case of a young) man
who had robbed the lodging house of
Mary Tack of a number of blankets
came before the inquisitorial body.
Mary was a witness before the jury,
and after answering several questions
volunteered the statement qhat she did
not wish to prosecute the boy, as "he
was from Texas and could not help
stealing." This was a stunner for
Uncle Billy, and if Mary had known it
a critical moment for her. After Uncle
Billy had recovered from his astonish
ment at the, to him, almost blasphe-
mous sentiment he roared out, "Turn
the son of a gun loose "
William Short and Mr. Meade came
to town Wednesday from their cattle
ranch in Sonora. Mr. Short reports
that the copper mine he is developing
as showing up finely, and says he will
commence shipping ore as soon as the
new railroad, which will pass near the
property, is open for business
The French capitalists who have
been in Mexico for the past two weeks
looking at mining property, mention of
which was made two weeks ago, re
turned this week to Bisbee, having
bonded several claims.
Choice building lots, in good location
apply to tf. 1-19
S. K. Williams.
)$$9$ & ms9i
Bisbee to Naco jg Received
Leave Bisbee Daily 3 P. n.
Leave Naco Daily o A. Jl.
Easy Rigs Careful Drivers. Office
at O. K. Harness Shop,5Brewery Ave.
ADOLFO S. ESCALANTE, Prop.
E. G. ORD CO.
Skylights, Architectural Sheet Metal
Work in all its branches. Second-hand
Goods bought and sold.
NEXT TO BREWERY
I am prepared to supply any
quantity of first-class Brick on
short notice on board oars . .
W. C. FERRIS
V. G. MEDIG0VICH
Wholesale and Retail Dealer Id
GAME RECEIVED Hveee
J. C. RAUB,
Main St., above
REPAIRS AND RENTS
Novelt works Key fit
ting a specialty. Guns,
locus, sowing machines
and bicycles repaired.
RAMBLER BICYCLES SOLD
A large assortment of the prettiest
and most natty ladies silk shirt waist,
all colors all sizes and and all kinds
ranging in price from $4 up to $1 l.oO
Also a a new line of . men ready
made clothing in order to introduce this
line we will sell suits from $4 up to
Pants from $2.00 up to $5.00 all
worth 25 per cent, more than we ask.
Carpets and art squares never sold
so cheap before.
Come and get our prices before buy
Next door to the . .
Flood Gate, Main St.
&sm m 9&&m$
Day and Night.
The Brewery Cafe and Dining Hall has bsen
thoroughly remodeled and refitted, and is now ready
to serve the public in an up-to-date manner. Every
thing the market affords always on hand.
CARRETO & CO., Propietors
Bisbee Opera House
Monday Evening, feb. 25
In his original and ever popular
The culmination of the most wondrful
nnd marvelous entertainment evi-r pre
sented to the public. Zumloch's latest
"The City Sportsmen."
I Che iff n I
Upper Main Street
BOB TAITE, Prop.
i$ Sateen Skirts worth $4.00, selling price $3.00 Sr
All Wool Dress Skirts, worth $6 now selling at $4. j
5 Shirt Waists Wool, worth $2. now selling at $1.25 l
Hats trimmed to order.
Painters! queen hotel.
MAIN STREET, BISBEE, ARIZ, gl
PAPER HANGERS. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
OIVEN ON ALL WORK e
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Adults 75cts and $1.00
Children 25 cents
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M. J. Cunningham, Cashier
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A CLEAN SCALP
Is necessary for the luxuriant and healthy growth of the hair.
A woman's hair is the one adornment that needs constant
attention and cannot be neglected.
At the HAIR DRESSING AND TOILET PARLORS of
Mrs. R. Ritch on Main Street,
at the flood gate, the women of Bisbee, will find all the
latest uj,-to-dtito remedies for cleansing the scalp, fac
ial treatment and manicuring. A full lino of Toilet Ac
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Hair removed permanently by Electricity. Pimples and
, blackheads removed by the uso of my faco bleach and
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AT THE FLOOD CATE
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VIOLE & LOPIZICH
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