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THE) COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1901
Fine business locatton, living rooms
attached. L. A. Nkmecic.
i James Kelley arrived Tuesday even
ing from Nacozari anil left Wednesday
morning for San Diego, Cal.
Johnny Toomey and Mr. McCormick
left on Friday morning for Tombstone
to visit with friends for a fow days.
Mrs. Scott Tumor arrived from Nac
ozari Tuesday evening on a visit to her
' The cometery ball given by the com
mittee at the opera hou-e on Friday
evening was well attended and all pres
ent report a very pleasant evening.;
Mrs. Louise W. Howe left Monday
for Johnsville, Plumas county, Califor
nia, on a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Perkins, who resides there.
S. C. Perreno has sold all his prop
erty in Bisbee, Henry Mans and Chas.
Holtz being the purchasers.
T. F. Darnall roceived a hurried
summons to Benson today and will
leave on Sunday morning's train for
Tom Whitehead this week sent out a
lot of cast iron well casing to his cattle
ranch. Mr. Whitehead will bore a
deep well, so that he will always have
an abundanco of water, rain or no rain.
The improvements on Main street
have left quite a hiatus between the
sidewalk, and the surface of the street
and several business houses are build
Regular shipments of ore are made
from the Toughnut mines to the El
Paso smelter. Judging from the ship
ments made the Tombstone chloriders
are doing well while the company also
reap a good royalty from the returns.
Mr. Gustave Horapel, who has been
with the railroad surveying party for
some time, returned to Bisbee this
week. Mr. Hempel reports that a pre
liminary line has been run to El Paso,
and that the party is working back on
George Dunn returned from Arispe
on Thursday after a visit of six days in
the Mexican county seat. George says
everything looks very quiet in that vi
cinity and volunteered the information
that the rivers are so lazy in that sec
tion of the country that they sink to
avoid the extra exertion of running.
St. John's church (Episcopal) Feb.
24th, first Sunday in lent, services in
Librarv hall 11 a. m. Holy commun
ion and sermon 7:45 p. m. Evening
prayer and address in meraoriam Queen
Victoria. All wolcome.
S. F. McGuire of the International
Land and Improvement company has
arranged to be at the Angius house on
Monday of each week, where intending
purchasers or those interested in the
new town of Douglass can get all do
sired info 'nation, tf
Whitehead & Marchall have disposed
of all their interests in the New Eng
land Kltcher. to Al Brown. The
change in proprietorship will take
place on the iirst of March. Mr.
Brown, the purchaser, has had exper
ience in the restaurant business, and
, under his management there will not
be anv let down in the excel
lence of this popular house.
Supt. G. H. Clark of the Copper Bul
lion company, was a Tombstone visitor
today. Mr. Clark reports that exten
work is contemplated by the company
on their Iragoon Mountain property
and expect to crowd develpment work
with vlgoi . A largo number of Los
Angeles stockholders are interested in
the Coppir Bullion and they propose
to develope tho merits of their proper
ty and place it upon the dividend pay
P. J. McAndrows, who has been a
soldier in the Philippines, and C. R.
Hanmck, a sporting gentleman, got a
little mixed up about some unimpor
tant trifle Tuesday night and were
gathered in by Otllcer Johnson. Mr.
Mr.Andrews, on account of his exper
ience in the Philippines, where the
'.dea was drilled into him by the un
reosonable behavior of the Filipinos,
seems to have an idea that he must
light all the time.
James Baker and wife returned Tues
day evening from Hot Springs, Arkan
sas, where Mrs. Baker went to obtain
some reliof from rheumatism. Mrs
Baker has been at the springs since
November 1, but seems to have ob
tained very little relief. On the home
ward journey it was necessary to carry
her from one train to another. Their
many friends in Bisbee regret to learn
of tho alow recovery of Mrs. Baker.
Mr. Baker resumed his position as en
gineer on tho South Western Thurs
There will arrive in Bisbee next
Tuesday Mrs. I. D. Lopez, who has
been teaching music in, St. Joseph's
Academy in Tucson for the last two
years, but who of late has had to sever
her connection with tho institution
owing to her husbrnd's business, which
demands taking up her residenco in
Bisbee. Sho comes highly recom
mended as a music teacher and lady.
Of Into sho has been visiting her pa
rents in Mexico beforo coming horo.
Tho madamo teaches vocal culture,
harmony, theory, sight reading, violin,
mandolin, guitar, piano and all orches
tral instruments. Orders for lessons
can be 'eft at this olHce ni.til future
notice of tho location of studio.
An experienced lady clerk wants a
position in stpre. Enquire at Review
A. W. Hoey, collector of customs for
this district, was in Bisbee this week
and visited Douglas, where ho selected
a site for the American custom house.
Dr. F. A. Sweet is back from Phoe
nix where ho went to interview tho
ear specialist. We are pleased to state
that tho doctor's hearing is much im
proved. John Hoops, Jr., and Sam Price were
visitors from the Gila Valley this week.
They visited Naco and returned to
their homes o,n Wednesday.
Pete Johnson returned on Tuesday
from Los Angeles, where he had been
on business connected with the South
Two Chinamen were ordered de
ported by Court Commissioner Will
iams on Friday. They were captured
by Line Ridefs Murphy and Hitchcock
at Heynes' ranch near Naco.
Architect Perkins, J. H Jacks, the
lumber man, and John Meguire, man
ager of the International Townsite
company, were passengers for Douglas
Embroidery Lessons. I am introduc
ing Beldon Bros. wa"sh silks and linens,
and am prepared to give a course of
12 lessons for $2: silks and linens at
cost to those taking lessons. Private
lessons 35 cents each. Address Mrs.
C. D. Webb, or call at Mr. Ingle's
house, Knob hill. felC pd
A laborer named Medigovich was se
riously injured in the converter pit on
Tuesday night. He was helping to
loosen the lining of one of the convert
ers when a bar of iron struck him in
the face, knocking out some teeth and
cutting his face.
The dedication of the capitol at
Phoenix will occur on Monday Febru
ary 25th. This event promises to be
the social event of the season. Two
thousand dollars has been raised to
defray the expenses of decorations, il
luminations and grand ball.
L. C. Shattuck returned Thursday
evening from Placoritas and was pres
ent at the bed side of Jack Keating
during his last hours. Mr. Shattuck
and Keating were interested in some
silver mii.es near Placoritas, where
Mr. Keating was at work when he was
stricken down. During his illness Mr.
Keating received the best of medical
Rev. S. A. Thompson, superintend
ent of Arizona missions, visited the
Methodist society on the 21st of Fob.
and held quarterly conference at the
church. He will spend Sunday at Ben
son and preach morning and evening
in the Methodist church. Dr. Thomp
son was not enjoying his usual health.
A telephone message received at the
office of S. K. Williams last night from
Douglass announced the shooting of
a man named Bergreen by A. L. Crow
at Camp No. 3 on the Southwestern
railroad, located at Silver Creek. Al
Strickland, deputy sheriff, left Bisbee
this morning for the scene of the difficulty.
Walter Fife, county assessor, was
again in Bisbee on Wednesday, return
ing from the grading camps of Robin
son & Toohey in the San Simon valley.
Mr. Fife left a sufficient amount of poll
tax receipts with B. Jones, manager
for Robinson & Toohey, who, under
the law, Is required to collect the poll
tax from his employees and turn 't
into the county treasurer. Mr. Fife
left on Thursday for Naco on official
Captain J. B. Benton, formerly chief
of scouts at San Carlos, is in Bisbee
this week for a short stay. Mr. Benton
has been in Mexico for the past two
monthB on a mining deal. Previous to
that time ho had chargo of some min
ing property in the Aravaipa mining
district in Graham county for Captain
J. L. Bullis. Captain Benton is an old
timer in Arizona and knows every trail
and by-path from San Carlos to Mexico.
A coroner's jury empaneled to in
qulro into the death of Jorry Hazel
wood, whoso body was found one mile
from Bisbee. brought in the following
verdict: "We the jury, find that Jerry
Hazolwood's death was caused from
the effects of wounds received by fall
ing from his wagon and being run over
by the same about one mile from Bis
bee on February 16th, and that his
death was accidental."
Tho traveling public and the citizens
of Bisbee have for many months been
engaged in a struggle, the public want
ing rooms and the citizens making ef
forts to supply the demand. Notwith
standing tho several lodging houses
and residences lately erected, the cry
is still for more rooms. Justice S. K.
Williams has now entered the fray and
will do his part toward filling Bisbee's
pressing want. He is now having built
on what is known as the old Craig
property, on tho east side of Brewery
gulch, a lodging house that will have
sixteen rooms. The size is 90x28 feet,
and the building will bo equipped with
all modern conveniences.
The Andrews Opera Company.
The management of the Bisbee
opera house nave opened negotiations
with tho Andrews Opera company for
a season of standard opera in English.
The Andrews Opera company is to
day the leading traveling operatic or
ganization iw Amorica. They have a
double cast of principals and a well
trained chorus and carry their own
operatic orchestra. Among the operas
in their reperetoire are Carmen, Mar
tha, Trovatore, Fra Diavlo, Faust, Er
minie, Mikado and the Bohemian Girl.
Tho principal stars are Florence Clay
ton, mezzo soprano; Catherine Lee,
lyric soprano; Nellie Andrews, dra
matic soprano; Frank Walters, the
great dramatic tenor; Jay C. Taylor,
lyric tenor; George Andrews, baritone,
Jas. Stevens, dramatic baritone; Ed.
Andrews, the favorite comedian; Chad
Parker, a clever comedian; and Chas.
D. Hazelrigg, one of the best known
musical directors in this country.
The Andrews company has been the
best equipped organization in America
for fifteen years, and the company this
year is superior to any previous one un
der this management. At the Bisbee
opera house on or about March 2nd,
further notice of which will be given
as to prices of anmission and definite
date of opening.
Cutting Scrape at Douglass.
On Thursday the following telegram
was received at tde office of S. K. Wil
liams: "Douglas, Feb. 21, 1901.
"Man badly cut here last night--man
who did cutting .still here. No doctor.
"Signed Robinson & Toohey."
Upon receipt of telegram Justice
Williams disnatched an officer to the
scene of the difficulty who was accom
panied by Dr. Caven. Upon their ar
rival they found two men had been
cut. One was seriously injuaed his
entrails lying on the gronnd. Dr.
Caven attended the wounded man and
he was brought to Bisbee on the even
ing train from Dauglass. All of the
participants in tho affray are Mexicans
and the assailant made his escape into
Mexico. The injured man will be ta
ken to Tombstono and placed in the
Death of an Old-Timer.
Word was received in Bisbee Tues
day evening of the death of John Keat
ing, who passed away a few days ago
at hs mining camp, which is situated
between San Miguelito and Nacozari.
Mr. Keating has been a resident of Co
chise county for over 20 years, and
made a large circle of friends, who re
gret his death. At one time he was in
the cattle business, his range being in
the Chiricahua mountains. L. C.
Shattuck was interested with him in
his mines, and is now at the camp, hav
ing gone there on the receipt of the
news of Mr. Keating's illness. . Some
days ago, Mr. Keating was obliged to
get a divorce from his wife, he being
awarded the custody of the children by
the court. By his death three little
children are left fatherless.
On the evening of February 19th in
Library hall, Rathbone Lodge No. 10,
of Bisbee, celebrated the anniversary
of the organization of the order of
Knights of Pythias in the United
States. The order has been in exist
ence for thirty-seven years and is con
ceded to be one of the strongest secret
organizations in existence. No mem
ber can be a good Knight ane not rep
resent all that is good and noble. The
exercises were very appropriate, con
sisting of music, vocal and instrumental,
recitations, etc. Captain Jack Craw
ford was nresent and added materially
to the pleasure of tho evening. Rath
hnne Lodcro is about seventy-five
strong in Bisbee and
is fast forging to
Baron G. Fonteniliiat, Professor G.
G. Lion, of Paris, Franco, and E. H.
Wakoman, of San Francisco arrived on
Tuesday's stage from Nacozari, where
they had been to examine somo copper
properties located near Placerltas. It
is given out on good authority that
their company will take hold of tho
property they examined, and also a
very promising copper property located
about six miles from Bisbee along the
lino of the South Western railroad.
During their stay in Bisbee the gen
tlemen were shown tho many Interest
ing parts of tho town by C. F. Nichols.
These gentlemen expect to return to
Hlsbeo and Nacozari in about sixty
days to make preparations to begin
developing their properties.
Death of J. N. Armstrong.
On Saturday night at midnight, J.
N. Armstrong, formerly of SaiTord, Ar
izona, died in the company hospital,
whore has been confined for the past
six weeks with a severe case of pneu
menia. Mr. Armstrong was a carpen
ter and had only been at work in Bis
bee a short time. Tho funeral servi
ces was held in Library hall and con
ducted by T. C. Moffett. During his
illness he received every attention pas
sible. It will awaken considerable interest
among our theater-goers to know that
the Andrews opera company are will
ing to give us a season of opera. The
company is largo, and expensive and
every assurance is given that they will
eclipse all previous efforts. The cher
ished opportunity has now arrived and
there will no doubt be a large sale of
seats. Arrangements are about com
plete to have this company at Bisbee
on or about March 2nd.
Miss Violet Hoscoll and Miss Delia
Hoscoll, with Mr. Von Kanel, were in
terested spectators of the ball game on
R C. Brown, that old veteran news
paper man, who knows every trail and
by-path in Arizona, was in Bisbee this
week in the interest of the Tucson
Citizen. R. C. is one of the old pio
neer newspaper men of the territory,
and a good ono.
Fon Sale One 4-rooin house with
furniture in Brewery avenue, opposite
lumber yard. Apply, Thomas Ham.
Baso ball enthusiasts will take the
train leaving Bisbee at 9 a. m. for Don
Luis, wlioro a general practice game
will bo played.
Jim Riley, an old-time prospector,
came up from Douglass on Friday and
wi" remit!' in Bii-bee for a short visit.
New China Ware
It's getting to be almost an old story
this telling of new things in the Crockery
Department, or the China store, if you
But never before has it made such a
strong appeal to your love for the beautiful
as now. The Department is growing and
already is beyond the stage where it can
supply only the necessary things in crock
ery. Dinner sets and such pieces are apt
to interest you only when you've need for
Now the Department makes a bid for
your interest with a splendid showing of
dainty bits of china ware. Not absolutely
essential things no, not at all, unless
your're entirely lacking in sentiment. But
what woman can resist after dinner coffee
cups, quaint little tea pots with sugars and
creamers to match, and such things. And
its just such things as we've unpacked this
past week and now have ready for you.
Decorated Tea Sets, consisting of tea
pot, sugar and creamer .83. to 6.
Sugar and creamers $2 and S3
Odd single cups and saucers:
After dinner coffees, tea cups, mous
Cake plates, handsomely decorated, SI to S2
Fancy pin trays
,- Fancy pin trays
Jewelry and match boxes
Small decorated mugs,. .10c k 35c
Shaving mugs for the men 35c to $1
Bed Lounges and Cots
Are you one of the man' inquiring
customers for these very goods. If you are
then you should lose no time in t getting
here, for this new lot will not last long.
We've had many more inquiries than we've
goods for and someone will be disappointed.
If you delay too long, perhaps you'll be one
of the disappointed ones.
While you are at the Furniture Store,
take a look around. No doubt but that
you'll find many an attractive piece of fur
niture that you've been wanting. It will
probably cost you less than you expected
We list below a great long arrays of
just such things in the eatable line as you'll
be wanting with the advent of the Lenten
If variety is the spice of life and of
appetite, then there'll be no palled digestion
due to monotony of diet.
Were you aware that so man'' kind of
fish food could be had all put up in cleanly,
Pilchard in oil
O & B Bloaters
Oysters, fresh and canned.