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THE COCHISE REVIEW. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901
Burt Stewart left this week for Naco
zari, whore he goes to take the ture
manshlp of one of the outlying mines
of the Moctezuraa Copper company.
Jos, Martz, a prominent business mau
of Naco, visited in Disboe this week.
Mr. Martz ho'ds tho oilicial position of
oattlo inspector at Naco.
N. E. Ferguson, the proprietor of the
Bisbee Drug Store, is in Los Angeles
this week on business. Ho is expected
homo the first of noxt week.
Mr. Gates, of tho Turkey Track Cat
tle company was in Bisbee Thursday
evening and received anothor Masonic
degree. Ho left Friday morning for
Messrs. Llllis and Tehaney, of the
bookkeeping department in the com
pany storo, visited Tucson on Sunday.
Mr Lulls remained to accept a position
with L. Zeckendorf & Co.
Tho Elks Lodge will bo organized in
Bisbee with seventy five charter mem
bers. The banquet and reception ten
dered visiting Elks is expected to
eclipse anything in that line ever at
tempted in Bisbee.
The two oldest sons of L. C. Shattuck
have been seriously ill with the diph
theria for the past ten days and have
not been expected to live. On Monday
the. oldest boy's life was saved by in
serting a gold tube in his throat,
through which ho breathed.
Constable Kunz was at work this
week as a health officer and insisted on
tho removal of trash and dirt from the
streots and alleys. Let the good work
go on. A strict enforcement of the law
will add much to the sanitary condition
of tho town.
W. A. Sherwcoi and wife are recent
arrivals from Winslow Arizona, where
Mr. Sherwood was employed as locomo
tive engineer for several years. Mr.
Sherwood has purchased two lots at
. Douglas and wi1! erect a lodging house
Dr. Daniels, formerly railroad physi
cian for Robinson & Toohey, has been
visiting friends in Bisbee this week.
The doctor is now company physician
at Washington camp.
Jos Schwartz, the tinner this week
received an order for 600 canteens.
Part of the order was for Lr Cananea
and is the largest order for Canteens
ever received in Bisbee.
The Chrlstion Endeavor Social held
in Library Hall Thursday evening was
a very pleasant affair and participated
in by old and young alike. It was
thoroughly enjoyed hy all present.
Th amall pox scare is at an end in
Bisbee. The last patient has been dis
charged from the pest house and no
new cases have developed During
the past month four cases have been
confined in the pest house, but fortu
nately none were fatal owing to prompt
and eki.lful attention.
Word was received in Naco this week
from W. C. Greene, who is in New York
stating that work on the railroad from
Cananea to Naco will bo yushed forward
rapidly. E. A. McFarland, the chief
engineer, has charge of the work and
material is expected to arrive before
the end of the present month.
Victor Zabriskie, who was recently
in the employ of the Copper Queen
.company at this place, was a passenger
on Thursday's train en route from Tuc
son to Cananea, where he goes to ac-
i copt a position with the Cananea Cop
L. W. Bllnn, proprietor of the L. W.
Blinn Lumber company of Los Ange
les, was in Bisbee this week. During
his' stay ho visited Naco, where the L.
W Blinn company have established a
hrnnnh InmVwr viivd under the name of
the Cochise Lumber company, with W
C. Head in cnarge.
J. G. Martz, cattle inspector at Naco,
swore out a warrant for the arrest of
' J. E. Keunoy, a Bisbee butcher, charg
ing him with wilfully, maliciously, etc.,
selling hides from slaughtered animals
before they were inspected and tagged
all of which is contrary to the law in
the case. Mr. Kennoy will have his
trial March 7th.
Phil. P. Greppln, who represents
that old reliable paper house of Blake
Moffett &Towne, Los Angeles, was a
welcome visitor at tho Review office
on Monday. This is Mr. Greppln's
first trip through tho territory and he
was surprised to find Bisbee such a
lively lUtle city.
John J. Quinn, who represents Mur
phy Bros., tailors, of Chicago, bears
tho distinction of being the first com
mercial traveler to visit the new town
of Douglas Johnny Quinn has been
traveling in Arizona and New Mexico
for tho past twenty years, when rai.
roads were unknown and stage ridea of
100 miles were no unusual occurrence.
Warner A. Root, representing tho
Los Angeles Mining Roviow, arrived
Wednesday and remained over until
Friday morning. The Los Angeles
Mining Roviow will shortly issue on
Arizona number which will bo devoted
exclusively to the mining industry f
this territory. Among thoso gentle
men who will be asked to contribute
articles are: Dr. Theo, B. Comstock,
Colonel Thomas Ewlng, President of
the Southwest Minors' Association;
Professor Blako, of Arizona: Mr. A.
M. M.icDufloo, Chloride, Arizona; Mr.
Walter Douglas, ef Bisbee, Arizona;
Judge L. V. Root, Neodles, California;
Mr. R. W. Burnham (on the commer
cial interests of Arizona), Los Angelcr,
Born To the wife of Parkes L.
Woodman, February 2Gth, a son.
A Mexican was fined $20 in Justice
Williams' court on Thursday for beat
ing his wife.
N. E. Ferguson, tho popular proprie
tor of the Bisbee drug store, was a vis
itor in Tucson this week.
It is amusing to read proceedings of
tho board of supervisors which were
hud in January and are being published
in the daily Prospector under date of
The Nacozari railroad has reached a
distance of eighteen miles in Mexico,
and is expected to reach Fronteras
within throe months.
Henry Ashton, a prominent cattle
man of Cochise county, is back from
California, whore he has been on a
visit for several weeks.
Wednesday night the faro game in
the Fashion had a good run for their
money. The game was several hun
dred dollars short during the wee sma'
hours Thursday morning.
Mrs. Lou Birdno and Mrs. Ella Mor
ris, daughters of Mr. E.C. Shepherd of
Bisbee, w. re visitors this week from
Safford, Arizona, returning home on
The Christian Endeavor social held
in Library hall Thursday evening was
a very pleasant affair and participated
in by old and young alike. It was thor
oughly enjoyed by all present.
The Norton house is receiving a new
coat of paint this week inside and out.
Mr. Mason has again leased the Norton
house. It will continue under the same
good management as in tho past.
Bisbee is fortunate in the way of
public school facilities and the teach
ers employed will rank with any
in the territory. Prof. Smallwood is
the right man in the right place.
The Review office is especially in
debted to J. S. Parrnerlee this week for
assistance in putting our gasoline en
gine in running order. Mr. Parrnerlee
is the general electrician for the Cop
per Queen company.
The hotel to be eoected at Douglas
will be a substantial two-story building
containing eighteen rooms. On the
first floor will be found a barber snop
and office. It is expected that tho
building will be completed within
three months from date.
J. J. Glenn swore out a warrant be
fore Justice Wilcox this week against
John Bergreen, for assault vwith a
deadly weapon committed at Silver
Creek. On trial Mr. Bergreen was
convicted of simple assault and was
fined $25, which was paid.
J. Sutter, who has been in the tailor
ing business at Globe for years, has ar
rived in Bisbee and accepted a position
with A. Champagne, the tailor. Mr.
Sutter comes highly recommended as a
C. B. Boyden, an old-time Tomb
stoner, writes from Mullan, Idaho, for
a sample copy of the Review. Mr.
Boyden has the southern fever again
and we may expect to see him back any
Five Mexicans were rounded up at
Douglas this week by Deputy Sheriff
Lario and brought to Bisbee. One was
taken to Nogales to answer an old
charge of murder. Another was at
tended to in Justice Williams' court on
an old charge. One was convicted and
sent to Tombstone for forty days on a
charge of peddling without a license,
and the remaining two were lodged in
jail on a charge of vagrancy. Not a
bad day's work.
Scott White, secretary of the Greene
Consolidated Mining company, with
headquarters at Naco, spent Thursday
evening in liisbee ana attenaeu tue
Masonic lodge. Mr. White will leavo
shortly for California, where he wilt
place his wife in a sanitarium. Mrs.
White has been in poor health for some
time, and her many friends in Cochise
county hope she will be much benefited
by her trip to California.
A party of society young folks are
making preparations to go over the
trail Sunday in search of game. The
young ladies of the party especially
anticipate much sport. One young
lady, from the sunny south, has been
taking lessons in riding to be prepared
for the occasion, and any evening may
be seen mounted on her fiery, untamed
steed prancing up and down one of Bis
beo's beautiful avenues. We bespeak
for the party a most enjoyable and suc
E. A. McFarland, chief engineer for
the railway department of the Cananea
Copper company, mot with a serious
arcident en route to Cananea from
Naco this week. Mr. McFarland was
driving a pair of spirited horses from
Naco to Cananea, and in crossing a
ponu or water on tno roaa enaeavorea
to loosen the bridles of the animals to
give them water. He was ssanding on
tho tonguo of the buggy when the
horses became frightened and ran. Mr.
McFarland was thrown beneath tho
horses and the wheels of the buggy
passed over him. He was badly bruised
but is able to be about again attending
to his duties.
A persistent rumor on tho streets
this week that the Lowell & Arizona
mine had changed hands was denied by
F. C. Fenner, managing director of tho
company, to a Review reporter Thurs
day evening. It is a fact, however,
that W. L. Clark of Butto, Montana,
has arrived and is superintendent at
tho Lowoll & Arizona, Mr. Fenner still
remaining ns managing director. Mr.
Clark is no relation to Senator W. A.
Clark, as was at first surmised, but is a
mining man of long oxporieneo in
Butte. The above is all tho informa
tion the Review could obtain on the
subject. In another column will be
found proposals for sinking tho shaft on
the Galena an additional 105 feet.
Wanted Work for a dressmaker
Will go to residence and do sewing.
Address B. Farreel, Bisbee. 1-t
For Sale One 4-rom house, with
furniture, in Brewery avenue, opposite
lumber yard. Apply to Thomas Ham.
QFor Salo. 1 horse and saddle. Horse
will drive or ride. Call or address
Review office. 3-2 tf
S. F. McGuire of tho 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 tho
new town of Douglass can get all de
sired information. tf
Mrs. Y. M. de Lopez teaches vocal
culture, harmony, theory, sight read
ing, violin, mandolin, guitar, piano and
ali orchestral instruments. Orders for
lessons can be left at this office until
further notice of the location of studio.
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Miss Warning and Miss Stowe gave
a pleasant luncheon party to a number
of friends last Saturday afternoon.
C. C. Randolph, formerlv of the Re
publican, has returned to the city, pre
sumably for the purpose of removing
nis family to their home in Washing
ton, where he has established himself
as a newspaper correspondent.
Speaking to a Star renresentativo in
Tucson this week, Frank Proctor, now
located at lq. uananea, said that the re
cent Associated Press dispatches and
specials sent out from Tucson regard
ing the Yaquis holding up the camp at
Canaea, was the rrnkestkind of a fake
without the slightest foundation to it.
An accident happened to United
States Marshal Griffith on Tuesday
while in Phoenix. Tho marshal wns
getting shaved, when he raised his
hand to brush off a fiy on his face. The
razor came in contact with his hand,
cutting it to the bone. A physician was
caiieu anu me marsnai maae comtorta
ble after losing considerable blood.
The papers are printing the story of
the Phoenix negro who was stealing a
ride on the trucks of a Southern Pa
cific passenger train when the train
ran into a mule. The train stopped
and the crew looked around to see the
damage done, and spied the negro.
They fished him out and said: "What
are you doing there?" "Why, I was
ridin' dat mule," said the negro, and
they put him in the passenger coach
and carried him on his way with apolo
gies. Frank Wightman, manager of the
commercial and accountant'department
of the Greene Consolidated company,
went to Tucson this week. Mr. Wight
man is exercising an important respon
sibility, but is equal to the same. The
company employs over 700 men. Two
furnaces are running steadily, handl
ing more than 300 tons of ore daily,
which is producing a high grade of
matte. Additional reduction works
will be addod at once, so that the re
duction of copper will be largely in
creased. A meeting of the officers of the Bis
bee base ball club was held Wednesday
evening and arrangements made to
have several visiting club here in the
near future. Among these we may ex
pect Naco, Huachuca Tucson, and Mo
renci. A practice game will be played
at Don Luis Sunday morning. All
players are requested to be present.
The material for the regular team is
being selected by Capt. Tehaney and
we may expect a good season of base
ball during the next few months.
The Woman's Club is making ai
rnngements for a grand ball, which
will be given under their auspices in
the near future. It is intended that
this ball shall be the social event of tb
season. The club has received as a
present from Mr. James, fn New York,
a fine upright piano, which will be
placed in the new club room soon to be
erected by this organization. The wo
man's Club is a power for good in Bis
bee, and when they determined to erect
a handsome club house it was as good
The Review, as a weekly, eight-page
publication has been in existence now
since December 1. The subscription
price is twenty-five cents. On April I
our subscribers who have been on the
list since December 1 will owe one dol
larfour months subscription. Our
collector will be around March 12th
anp Uth. Tnis one dollar from our
numerous subscribers will help pay our
debts and be the means of adding fur
ther improvement in our news service.
Tho Review has information on good
authority that an important mining
deal effecting the Lowell and Arizona
Company is beir'g consumated. The
Review" knows that some changes will
occur within the next ten days which
will mean much for this growing camp.
This much comes from Mr. Fenner,
managing director, but the facts are
not yet ready for publication. With
in a fortnight, however, we will pub
lish the details which promises to Lo
Ed. Tovrea, of Jerome, this week
purchased the butcher shop from L. J.
Overlook and will take charge March
1. Mr. Tovrea bears the distinguished
honor of being the mayor of Jerome
and is one of the leading citizens of
mat Dig copper camp. jur. xovrea win
move his family to Bisbee and become
a permanent resident, and thoso who
have known him for years speak of him
in the highest terms both as a business
man nnd a good citizen. While here
Mr. Tovren purchased two lots in tho
new town of Douglas and will begin the
erection of two business houses at that
place immediately. The Review will
tako pleasure in wolcoming Ed. Tovrea
to Bisbee, and at tho samo time wish
L. J. and C. A. Overlook unbounded
success in any now business venture
they may undertake.
R Splendid Assortment
We're ready for the new season's
business with such a selection of Boys'
and Youths' Clothing as this store has
never shown before. That means with a
better assortment than has ever been in
The jaunty styles are of the kind
that will appeal to the boys as well as the
purchasing parent. And with all the
style, there's an excellence in the make
up of each garment that makes them
And why is this? Because these
suits were made in an immense factory,
demanding capital, commanding brains
and ability. Capital, brains and ability
are all centered and focused on the mak
ing of Boys' and Youths' Clothing
nothing else. Strange if the output of
such a factory wouldn't have an individu
ality about it not td be had when a fac
tory makes boys' clothes as a side issue.
In describing a few of the styles
briefly describing, too we would suggest
an early inspection, while assortment is
at its best.
Two-piece Blouse Suits for boys of
2 1-3 to 6. Double breasted jack
ets with large pearl buttons,
leather belt. Nickers with elas
tic at knee $5.00
Two-piece Blouse Suits, sizes 2 1-2 '
to 6. Double breasted jackets
with military collar, brass but
tons, single lapel trimmed with
black braid, leather belt $5.00
Two-piece Reefer Suits, sizes 4 to
7. Navy blue cheviots and flan
nel $2.5o to $7.00
Little Men's three-piece Suits.
Jacket fastened with single frog,
double breasted vest with yoke
of white duck or colored flannel,
jacket with satin facing. Hand
some plaids and fancy effects.
Sizes 2 to 7 $3.00 to $7.00
Two-pieee Norfolk Suits, sizes 6
to' 9. Jackets with two plaits
front and back, yoke back,
braided belt. Navy blue and
fancy cheviots $4.00 to $6.5o
Three-piece suits for boys of 8 to
12. In addition to staple styles,
are coats with military back and
Stevenson cut in front. These
two features are new and are ex
actly like the new suits for men
will be. Short pants and dou
ble breasted vest. A splendid
variety of materials to choose
from $4.00 to $8.00
Three-piece suits for young jnen
with 31 to 36 inch chest meas
ure. Stevenson coats with mili
tary backs. Navy blues, flannels,
cassimers and worsteds $6.00 to $12.00
Boys will be boys, and boys' pants will wear out.
Two indisputable facts. To meet the constant de
mand, wo have an increased assortment of Knee
Pants that will wear out, of courso, but we believe
they'll stand the strain longer than any pants we've
had to offer heretofore. Every size and numerous
qualities to each size.
f ?Qalhing Rats and Sailors
Now to bo sure. Just out of tho packing cases. Interesting be
cause new. Moro Interesting becauso of tho irresistible fascination of
such things to women.
We'll not attempt description. Couldn't do it any way, and do it
adequately. Wo might describe tho braids, tho colors, tho shapes, the
trimmings, and still tho half wouldn't bo described. The smartness,
style and the oiTect can't woll bo told of in words.
So we'll not say moro than that the first of the new walking hats
are on sale.