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THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, i90i
ALVORD AGAIN.
He Visits Old Haunts and
Steals Horses.
Was Near Tombstone. The Outlaw
Returns Presumably to Recover
Buried Treasure.
A sonsation was created in Tomb
stono Wednesday when it became
known that that section had been visi
ted by no less distinguished personage
than Burt Alvord, the much-wanted
ex-constable, train-robber and jail-
breaker.
According to reliable information
received by tho Prospector, Alvord and
a Yaqui Indian wore at tho Warren
ranch in Sulphur Spring Valloy, near
Pearce, on Sunday. This ranch is the
ono formerly owned by Alvord. The
only occupant of the ranch at the time
of tho visitation of tho outlaw was
Frank Swink. Alvord domanded sup
per, saying ho was hungry and he and
the Yaqui Indian enjoyed a hearty
meal. A little later the two loft,
warning Swink not to leave the place
or divulge their whereabouts. The
two returned tho next evening and af
ter eating another supper, propared to
remain all night, Alvord meanwhile
chatting about the experiences and
how ho evaded tho oflicers.
Alvord and his companion were to
leave that night, hence retired early
and at a late hour the two left the
house. Swink was told to remain in
the house and presuming the two vis
itors might still be in the neighbor
hood, he obeyed orders. On the morn
Swink discovered that the two men
who had been tho recipients of his hos
pitality showed their ingratitude by
taking five horses from the ranch
two of the horsjs being fine animals be
longing to Swink. The latter mourns
the loss of his two pet horses to such a
degree he vowed vengence against tho
outlaw and hastened to Pearce, gave
the news and joined a posse to follow
the trail. Sheriff Del Lewis immedi
' ately arranged for a scouring of the
country and with posse headed by him
self started from Tombstone without
delay.
The sheriff and posse arrived in
Tombstone Wednesday night, took a
brief rest and were again on the trail
early next morning The trail was
plainly followed, the tracks leading di
rect across tho country from tho Dra
goons and passing just below Tomb
stone near the hospital w,here the
tracks are plainly discernable. The
sheriff was obliged to remain here on
important official business, but joins
'the party later, if necossary, while the
rest of the posse including Swink,
pressed forward. Deputy Porter Mc
Donald is also out heading another
posse and it is hoped Alvord will be
headed off before he crosses tho bor
der. Tho object of Alvord's visit is be
lieved to securo the varied spoils of the
hold-up near his. former ranch, which
was the rendezvous of the band at that
time. It has always been suspected
that considerable hold-up money was
buried here by Alvord and his visit
there at this time lends color to the
theory.
The Andrews opera company pre
aentod "Carmen" at the opera hous?
on Saturday evening last, and on Sun
day evening "Mikado." Tho company
did not arrive until 8 o'clock on a spe
cial, but tho curtain was raised at 9
o'clock. The company was well re
ceived, and is the best opera over
heaJd in Bisbeo. From hero the com
pany went to Tucson and Phenix and
played to crowded houses in both
places.
Sovoral oases from Anita Romero's
don occupied tho uttontion of Justice
Williams' court yesterday and today.
Tho county collects a few dollars licenso
from this place and pa;,s out hundreds
in justice and constablo fees in an e
fort to preserve tho peace and quietude
of the neighborhood. A poor invest
ment on tho part of tho county.
Ground was brokon this week for tho
now gymnasium buildinsr. With the
completion of tho gymnasium, tho new
hotel, and later tho now Presbyterian
etiurch, school mil will present a un
feront appearance. Good substantial
buildings are tho rule in Bisbee those
days.
A big custom smelter either at Doug
las or Naco would bo a paying proposi
tion from the start. Wo understand
that such an enterprise is undor oon
sidoration by capitalists abundantly
ablo to carry out tho project.
Attondanco at school is very light,
owing to toe provalonco of small pox.
Thoro aro only two cases at present
and thoy havo been isolated. The doc
tors do not think the closing of school
necessary.
It. C. Jones of tho Fair, has boen
nndor tho weather for sovoral days.
SKIPPED THE COUNTRY
C. C. Harwell, a Sub-Contractor
for Robinson & Toolicy
j. c. RAUB,
Loads His Wagon With Supplies and
Takes French Leave Supplies
Recovered at Camp No. 3.
JJ
Mr. Robinson, of the firm of Robin
son & Toohey, was in Bisbee on Wed
nesday consulting with Allen II. Eng
lish, of Tombstone, in reference to tho
proper legal proceedings to be taken in
order to retain possession of supplies,
etc., which ho had intercepted near
the lino of Now Moxieo, and which had
been furnished to ono C. C. Harwell
for his use in carrying out a sub con
tract on tho line of the South Western
railroad.
I, is customary for Robinson & Too
hey to furnish their subcontractors
with all their supplies, including all
kinds of merchandise, plows, scrapers,
etc. Mr. Harwell had been awarded a
large contract and required supplies
and material amounting to nearlyjfif
teen hundred dollars. Harwell loaded
his supplies at the store of the commis
sary on Thursday last and started for
tho section of ground awarded him in
his contract.
Instead of stopping at the designated
place he set his face towards the rising
sun and started for New Mexico with
merchandise and supplies that would
last him for some months. Word was
soon brought to Mr. Robiison that
Harwell had thrown up his job and
was making tracks for New Mexico as
fast as six horses could pull a Stude
baker wagon. Mr. Robinson secured
the services of deputy sheriff Al.
Strickland and overtook the wagon
near Camp No. 3, about nine miles
from tho New Mexico line.
Harwell cut loose ono of his work
teams and escaped across the line.
Deputy Sheriff Strickland unhitched a
buggy animal and gave pursuit, but
without success. The buggy horse
could not travel in the rocks and Har
well made good his escape.
Flagstaff had a jail break on Sunday.
Four prisoners escaped. They were
Dan Foley, John Dehan, Fred Gotte,
Ed. Smith.
The best base ball game of the sea
son is promised for St. Patricks day.
Read the challenge in another column.
A telephone message from Naco just
as we go to press says the Naco base
ball club would like a game with the
Copper Queen store nine at Nato on
St Patrick's day. All communications
should be addressed to Geo. Reay as
manager.
Main St., above
Palace Stables
REPAIRS AND RENTS
- - BICYCLES
Novnlt works Key fit
ting a specialty. Guns,
locks, sewing machines
and bicycles repaired.
RAMBLER BICYCLES SOLO
V. G. MEDIGOVICH
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
GROCERIES.
GAME RECEIVE I) K
WEEK
Poultry.
E. G. ORD CO.
Plumbing
and
Tinning
Skylights, Architectural Sheet Metal
Work in all its branches. Second-hand
Goods bought and sold.
NEXT TO BREWERY
Bricks
I am prepared to supply any
quantity of first-class Brick on
short notice on board cars . .
Correspondence Solicited
W. C. FERRIS
BENSON AJIIZONA
Bisbee to Naco
STAGE
LINE
Leave Bisbee Daily 3 P. it.
Leave Naco Dally 9 A. II.
Easy Rigs Careful Drivers. Office
at O. K. Harness Shopr Brewery Ave.
ADOLF Sv ESCAL ANTE, Prop.
BISBEE HARDWARE
AND
FURNITURE COflP'NY
Dealers in Furniture, Stoves, Hardware, Tinware, Guns
and Ammunition. Guns for rent. Second Hand Goods
of all kinds bought and sold.
O. K. STREET, BISBEE, A. T. Phone No. 57
THE
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and JUquors-
Open
Day
and
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Upper Main Street
BISBEE, ARIZONA
BOB TAI2K Prop.
Murphy Bros.
Hoase, sip D iniarc
and Carriage FdllllGlD
PAPER HANGERS. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
GIVEN ON ALL WORK -7
Snop INext Door to Coclnise Review
DO YOU WANT LANDS?
Forost Reserve Lieu Rights and Soldiers' Additional Scrip will titlo publlu
land at moderate cost. We have had largo experience in locating those scrips
for stock-men and lumbermen. From 40 Agues Up. Titlo guaranteed. Wo
handlo all classes of Laud Scrips. Write for particulars. Roferonce : Union
Bank and Trust Co., Helena, Montana.
THE COLLINS LAND COHPANY,
Atlantic Building, Washington, D. C, or Helena, flontana.
& W9g j&S999
Just
Received
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
$16.o0.
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
ing elsewhere.
'The Fair'
Next door to the .
Flood Gate, Main St.
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Open
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Private Boxes
5
J The Brewery Cafe and Dining HaE lias baem
J 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,
i CARRETO & CO., Propietofs
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Bank of Bisbee
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(INCORPORATED)
Dlrectori:
Officer;
Ben Williams J. S. Dodqlas
J. B. ANQins W. H. Bropiiy
M. J. Cunningham
W. H. Bromiy, President
J. S. Douglas, Vice-President
M. J. Cunningham, Cashier
L VoroiKti Kxohnnro and Tolejrnnhlo Trititfers to nl! Ports i' the World. Ac-
K counts of Indiv'duals, Firms nnJ Corporations solicited. Matters entrusted to
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jMarvei Millinery Store
Sateen Skirts worth $4.00, selling price $3.00 $:
All Wool Dress SHrts, worth $6 now selling at $4. &
Shirt Waists Wool, worth $2. now selling at $1.25 g
Hats trimmed to order.
QUEEN HOTEL,
MAIN STREET, BISBEE, ARIZ. .
I A CLEAN SCALP f
X Is necossary for tho luxuriunt and healthy growth of the hair.
t A woman's hair is tho one adornment that needs constant
I attention and cannot he neglected
X At tho HAIR DRESSING AND TOILET PARLORS of
Mrs. R. Ritch on Main Street,
at the flood gate, tho women of Bisbeo, will find all the
latest ni.-to-dato remedies for cleansing tho scalp, fac
ial troatmout and manicuring. A full lino of Toilet Ac
cessories, Hair Switches and Wigs, Pompadours, etc.
Hair removed permanently by Electricity. Pimples and
blackheads removed by tho uso of my face bleach aud '
Yauola cream. All work guaranteed.
at KSftm MRS. R. RITCH 1
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