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COCHISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 2. IVM.l
Mark Lully's Bears.
Mark Lully was in town this week
with the two bears which ho has pre
sented to the Smithsonian institute,
and which will be a part of the inaug
uration parade. The boars are named
"Lully" and "Lindsay," and were cap
tured by Mark and Mr. .jindsay when
the bears wore littlo bigger than kit
tens, while hunting in the Santa Rita
mountains last summer. Now they are
half grown. With the bears Mark
will participate in the inaugural pa
rade, in whic he has alroady been as
signed a position by the g"and marshal,
and after the parade h; will consign
them to the "Zoo," as t,he zoological
park of the Smithsonian Institution is
familiarly known. Mars has donated
the little follows to that institution and
the donation has been accepted. Their
appoaranco in the parade, and tho cost
of sending tho bears and Mark to
Washington result from an election
bet made last fall between the collector
of customs, William Hoey of Nogales,
and Thomas Taggart of Indianapolis,
chairman of the democratic state com
mittee of Indiana, the loser, Mr. Tag
gart, defraying all expenses. After his
mission to Washington is finished Mark
will return to Arizona to resume his
active operations in tho development
and promotion of the rich mineral re
sources in tho Santa Rita mountains,
whore since 1876 ho has been interested
in and identified with the Santa Rita
Tho annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Bisbee Improvement com
pany will be held at their office, in the
town of Bjsbee, on the second Tuesday
of March, between tho hours of 10 and
12 a. m. W. H. Brophy, Secretary.
Saturday Afternoon & Ev'ng.
Afternoon 2:30 to 4.30 o'clock.
Saturday evening 7 to 9.
Ladies invited free to olass.
Saturday night social dance 9
to 12. Best of musio and all of
tho lato dances.
Will purchase goods in Bisbee prompt
ly on receipt of information. Resi
dence address Naco, Arizona.
A NEW SUIT
Is needed by many. Tho Spring
Styles are coming in and early
choice will securo the best selec
tion. There is no need to send
away for your new suit when you
can have it made at homo for tho
same money. Call on
Located in Brewery Gulch.
Main Office Next to Blewett's
Special Rates to Families.
LOTS FOR SALE
During tho next sixty days I will of
for lots for salo in Brewery Gulch ono
half mllo from Shattuck's Lumbor yard.
Lots 50 to 150 ft. front. A a special
nducemcnt, all porsons who build on
these lots will bo furnished water free
for ono year. Lots easily graded. For
prices and particulars apply at tho res
KILLED A SQUAW.
The Gila Valley and Northern Adds
Another Indian to Its List of
On last Saturday just as tho train was
leaving San Carlos for Bowie, an
Apache Indian squaw fell from the
train, breaking her right leg above the
knee, from tho effects of which she
died about noon that dav. She was in
a high gondola coal car and attempted
to get ofi by way of the ladder shortly
after tho train started, when her foot
slipped and she fell to the ground. F.
M. Posson, the brakeman. was on the
ground on tho opposite side of the
train and saw her as she foil and imme
diately commenced trying to stop the
train. Ho at first thought the trucks
of the front end of an empty box car
had passed over her, but from the ap
pearance of her clothing and subse
quent examination at the agency it is
stated that she was not run over. The
train was stopped four or five car
lengths beyond where the accident
happened, and Conductor Georgo Max
well walked back to the depot, sent a
man on horseback to the agency for the
surgeon, and reported the accident to
the railroad company. The acoident
was the result of the squaw's own care
lessness, and the railroad employes
were in no way responsible. It is sur
prising that no more of the Indians are
killed than there has been, because
they are so extremely careless about
moving trains and there are so many
of them on or about each train that the
railroad men cannot watch them all,
yet they doubtless save many of them
from death or serious injury. Silver
A subscriber writing to the Review
this week says: "I notice, with pleas
ure, the name of W. A. Leonard as
editor of the Era, of Clifton. The New
Mexico friends of Leonard, known
among intimate friends as "Pink,"
may be surprised to see his name at
the mast head of a Democratic journal
istic barque; but I have known for a
number of years, that "Pink" was in
stinctively desirous of becoming affilia
ted with a bettor crew than that he
sailed with when he commanded the
Silver City Enterprise; and yeU.it is a
bit of interesting history to note the
changes "Pink" has made in his polit
ical faith and affiliations. In 1844 he
was an ardent Polk democrat. In 1856
ho voted for the "Pathfinder" for pres
ident. In 1800 he was soliciting votes
John C. Breckinridge and Joseph Lane.
After the war, when he returned from
a six years' outing in the pine forests
of Upper Canada, he eschewed politics
for awhile, and has only indulged his
penchant in that direction, occasion
ally, at the earnest solicitation of num
erous friends. "Pink" is all right, or
as nearly so as could be expected of
one Ahoso life has been marked with
so many changes and vicicitudes.
Shake, old man I You know, "while
yet the lamp holds out to burn," etc.
Tuesday Collector Hoey received a
telegram from Yuma conveying the in
telligence that a Chinaman passing
through the United States in bond had
escaped from a train at or near that
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Arizona & South Eastern Railroad
Pacific Time one hour earlier than City time
A. M. Miles.
Miles. P. m.
Lv... Bisbee... Arj
.. South Bisbee..
Naco Junction .
Packard . . . .
Lv.. Fair bank. Ar
Ar .Benaon ..Lv
Flair Stations stop on Signal.
V. R. STILKS,
Q. V. A P. A.
K. C. MORGAN.
Southern Pacific Railroad.
Kenton, leave 4:57 p.m.
Tucson, arrive 7:20 "
Murlcopa. " 9:40 "
Yuma, arrive 3:00a.m.
Los Angeles, arrive 12: noom.
Benson, leave 9:06a.m.
Willcox, arrive 10:42 "
Howie, " 11:55 "
Lordtburg, " 1:45 p.m.
Demlng, .. ..".., 3:80 "
KIPaso. ... " 8:00 "
Phoenix, " , 6:S0a.m.
Passengers for Phoenix, from the east or
west, remain at Maricopa over night. Sleep
ing ear and hotel aorommodation.
I Anhaeuser Busch
I v BEER I
I j Liquors 1
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I Dubacher & 1
S Muheim i
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Wines, Liquors and
Cigars . . .
V. M. V0CUVICH
&$$ &$$$$ $ !$ $ $$
Take a Hack... !
Ed Price who has a Hack 4
ready at all hours, meets all $
Trains. Orders may bo left $
at New England Kitchen 4
Your Patronage Solicited 1
$ $$JJ$Jj$J $$$!$ $$ J $$$ j
Ico Cream. Soda Water
Lemonade, Milk Shakes
A Big Cool Drink for 5 cents
Dealer In WATCHES.CL0CK5,
Repairing neatly Majn fatf
OF ALL KINDS
Developing and Printing
at Lowest Rates,
When You Drink
You get the best.
For Sale by CIRREY & CO.
Directly on the road to Naco.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Your Patronage Solicited.
CHARLES HULL, PROPRIETOR
DAWSON & LEONARD
FINE WINES X LIOUORSA;
Keg Beer on Draught
Proprietor . . .
Bisbee's Favorite Resort
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Agent for Anheuser-Busch
Wholesale and Retail
4 4 4 44 4 44 4 4 4 4
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Harris & Greener
Dealers in Wines, Liquors
Cold Beer on Draught
S &crAfld 'S5'5rs5 3.5yS2t'
J. E. BROWN & CO.
T?TMTJOT TTATTAnO MV
J. -LJ.N .O J. 1IUUJVQ,
WINES, BEER fa
a n r3 CIGARS
Sportsmen's Resort ft
LETSON & WHALEY M
UPPER flAIN STREET T
Near the Flood Gate
Holl L c-Sl!atluck I
Finest Brands of T
1 1 1 1 1 I I II I I
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 $ 44$
Opposite Public Library
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Now Goes into
500 Homes Every Week.
An Advertisement in the Review
Reaches too People.