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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1905
SHORT PERSONAL NOTES Ki JSt i'i I" 1" 'i Ht "i ''- '- ''- il '2 ' 1 '" "- '- '- 1 '' ' f & "- '- '- "J OJ '! v ? ' ' ' ' ' s i ' . ' 4 fZ S r rC m & n r Vi School Books! and School Supplies S it v, Ktf$$wMSXi m- Q Millinery Department 2nd Floor New Pall Q Goods Ar riving daily PAGE EIGHT gMOOMHME30IOE3QIaHHKOaM o I D o I Hew fall Skirts "We are now showing in our Ready-to-wear Depart ment (1st floor) a very large variety of materials in Ladies' Walking Skirts, in cluding Panamas, Broad cloths, "Voiles, Cheviot, Serge, Venitian and Fancy Mixtures, all colors. The newest styles will be found in this assortment and qual ity, fit and workmanship considered, our values can- not be excelled :: :: :: :: C 'O'QtQjLc'lPJ o New Line tJV 5 r mk, llill llill Mr. and Mrs. Albert Garland left jesterday for Globe, where they 3.x lect to reside. J. C. Wilson and John Shea were among passengers out of the city yes terday for Globe. Guy Moore is a visitor in the city from Globe, where he has lately been employed. C. A. Hovlaad. mining engineer, re turned to the city yesterday from a business -visa to Duluth and Michigan points. Alfred Paul was a business visitor In the city yesterday from the silica quar ries, where he is in charge of opera tions. Councilman Hogan was a passenger out of the city last evening for El Paso on a business mission. Frank Aley is a business visitor In town from Naco. Attornej J. M. O'Connell returned to the city last evening from a visit at Tombstone on legal business. Charles Gerdis left last evening for his headquarters in the Huachucas, af ter a few days in town on business connected with the affairs of the late Mitchell Development Co. Mrs. Montgomery, wife of the post master at Naco. has returned to that city from a summer spent at the coas. Fred Hagen has returned to the city from a vacation of several weeks spent at the coast. JjWfottt New Line Ladies Belts and Bags J I 1 I i I TailorMade Vehicles That Bounds funny, don't it; but it's a fact that every vehicle in our immense stock was especially Luilt for us from specifications furnished the manufact urers :: AYe selected the materials, from tires to trimmings, and can :: :: Guarantee Every Vehicle We Sell THE JAPANESE ATTACK CHURCHES iConcluded frcm Page 1.) the people to remain quiet. Many believe that the summons for a special session of the diet will fully restore tranquility. At Chiba, forty miles from Tokio, the police station was destroyed. I and we can satisfy the desires of the man whwwants a stylish, natty runabout, surrey or buggy or the merchant who needs a delivery wagon or dra :: :: We sell oa a stylish, genKe sSle or dixii'g horse BROPHY CARRIAGE CO. Alain St. Incorporated LOWELL. )QmOi Phone 12- We ret.r saddle Livery in conrechon BRIEF CITY NEWS length and looks big enough to eat a small boy. Communion Service Postponed The communion service that was to be held in the Presbyterian church next Sun day morning, has been postponed to Sunday, Sept. lTth. There will be the regular services in the church next Sunday. o : Got Judgment In a civil action brought by V. G. Medigovich against Lienbauch and Fishbaum for the col lection of a grocery bill, Justice Mc-; Donald yesterday rendered verdict in i favor of the plaintiff f for the full amount claimed, $1795, and costs of suit. o Case Continued The hearing of Harvey Nash, charged with stealing a watch from a room of a brewery lodg ing house, was yesterday postponed by Justice McDonald on request of Coun cil Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. o Copper Queen Arrivals Paul Her man, Galveston; H. B. Hovland, Du luth: Chas. Jones. Pueblo; J. T. Mur- rav. Denver: C. E. Rinehart, city; C. A. Warren and family, Cananea; Ar thur Houle, Bacoachi. o Bought Property The J. E. Thomp son Co. yesterday sold to Charles K. Smith the W. H. Harris cottage and three lots in Tombstone canyon. The property is a very desirable one. Mr. Smith recently came here from Port land. He has concluded to make the city his future headquarters and will engago in business in the town. o Dangerous Place Railroad street below the E. V& S. W., is in a dan perous condition at several points on the side overhanging the yard tracks of the railroad. At one place a cave of earth has occurred which has left a hole that a horse could go through without difficulty. Pedestrians are obliged to use this side of the road, and are liable to fall through the hole that exists there. In view of the traffic that crowds the thoroughfare daily it is only question of time until Eerious accident grows from the condi tion of the street on the railroad side unless repairs are jnade. o Brought Rattlers Dave Moffett, while out doing some assessment work near the South Bisbec mine, captured two large rattle snakes, and sent them In to Ed Prenty. They are now on exhibition in the window of a saloon en Brewery Avenue. One of the rat .tiers measures 5 feet 8 inches in Gain to Musical Circles Miss Vir ginia June Bagby, who arrived here recently from Los Angeles, is well known in that city as one of the lead- trs in musical circles, and has won or herself quite a reputation in concert work there, as well as In other cities of Southern California. Having stud ied under the very best teachers, Miss Bagby's technique and interpretation is splendid, and she will doubtless be quite an acquisition to the musical circles of this city. o No Lounging Permitted To preent people from suitting down in thu spaces next doorways on the first floor of the depot building. Agent McNa'r has had boards placed with nails in ihem pointing upward thickly. The uc observing citizen who may happen to put himself down in one of these posi tions for a moment's rest will have a sudden rise due him. E. P. & S. W. IN GOOD SHAPE. Says Trainmaster Brown Traffic Light, But All Stock Employed. Baku, Caucasia. Sept. S. Street fighting continued until late Iat night Balakhun was completely burned out after the Tartars had plun dered it of everything valuable, and although shot down in masses by the artillery, the Tartars were not de terred from their wreckage and ljot- ing. Fierce fighting and great slaughter occurred at the Salakhan hospital, where 1000 workmen and Armenians gathered The maddened crowd charged the guns and captured them, after delug ing the gunners with burning oil, when the latter fled. The Cossacks and infantry re-en- jforcements attempted to recapture the . allhrwlnnpfl ininq hut wpro driven tinn?.- tartjby the suffocating smoke. Sebastopol. Russia, Sept. 8. The court martial which is to try the cases of the mutinous crews of the Russian warships Knaiz Potemkin and Georgi Piobedonoszeff convened here this morning and began with the hearing of witnesses. It Is generally believed that the court marMal will deal se verely w,fi the mutineers, particu larly with the leaders of the mutiny, but that the emperor will mitigate the severity of their sentence. GOVERNMENT BE ON ROBBERY BUSCH HELD CONTRACT TO FUR NISH FUR CAPS AND GAUNT LETS AT SCHUYLKILL ARSE NAL, AND MAJOR F. S. STRONG UNCOVERED THE FRAUD. i Is Had Big Opening An express wag on with a fife and drum corps on board traveled the streets of the city yesterday afternoon to announce open ing of the new place of McCarty & Harris at Lowell. A large number went down to the opening from this city. It was the biggest event of the kind that Low-ell ever had. o Still Under Treatment W. S. Davis, the popular barkeeper with the Legal Tender at Lowell, was in town yester day to have a wound In his head, sus tained over a week ago, dressed. The injury was sustained by Mr. Davis in a leap for life down an embankment on the E. P. & S. W. hill track to es cape a train that came up behind him without warning. o Good Order at Lowell Kurt Von Stauffen, clerk in the court of Justice Hogan at Lowell, was in the city last evening. Mr. Von Stauffen states that the office cf the Justice in the suburb has recently been free from civil or criminal actions, the town being appa rently bent on demonstrating itself the best ordered in the Territory. o New Jail Delivered Contractor Moore, of the Douglas Cast Stone Co., yesterday turned over to the authori ties the new Jail at Lowell. This structure is now ready to receive pris oners and no more of the latter will be brought from Lowell to Bisbee for con finement. The Jail will be a decided convenience to the officers In the low er precinct, and will cut off a good deal of expense that has heretofore been entailed in the transporting of prisoners between the city and the suburb. Trainmaster C. A. Brown, of the E. P. & S. V,'., was in the city last even ing enroute to Douglas from a trip of inspection over the west end of th line. Mr. Brown stated that he had found conditions good, and that every thing was now in satisfactory order on the road. Traffic on the main line continues to be a trifle light, but all the rolling stock of the road is never theless employed. It 5s not being forc ed to the limit, as was the case dur ing the rush earlier in the year, bin It is having enough to do to justify its operation. In about thirty days it is expected that traffic will again press the road to its limit with present equipment. & C 1 5; "Waterproof School Book Satchels with Shoulder Strap Cloth Boole Covers 2 5 C Everything for the School Room Rinehart' s Pharmacy 55 Vi Vi Th On the Corner Opp. Depot Phone IOU X i ;i it ;i fit ; ; t t ; s ; ; ; ? s ?it t ; ;t ;, " t; m? i; i ( ; tt (4 t t t; t; ti (; t t ti t tw , ( tt ,; t; t t t i; t ; i; it AVE YOU 3EEN INTO THE STORE OF THE LOWELL COMMERCIAL COMPANY LATELY? THE WONDERFULLY INCREAS ING BUSINESS IS DUE TO THE QUALIT OF THE GOODS IT HANDLES; THE MAN NER IN VHICH ITS CUSTOMERS ARE TREATED; THE PRICES WHICH PRE VAIL: THE SERVICE WHICH YOU GET, ETC., ETC. WE NOW CLAIM THAT WE HAVE ONE OF THE MOST MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE STORES IN THIS VICINITY, AND OUR GOODS ARE THE SAME. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO GO AWAY TO DO YOUR TRADING, YOU CAN GET WHAT YOU WANT HERE, AND WE GUARANTEE'THAT YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH THE TREATMENT THAT YOU WILL RECEIVE. DON'T FORGET THAT AMONG THE MANY GOOD THINGS THAT WE HANDLE ARE: THE CELE3RATED BERNICE BRAND OF BUT TER. SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS AND BACON. K VI FLEISCHMANN'S COMPRESSED YEAST. A LARGE QUANTITY OF FRESH FRUITS AND ! X VEGETABLES. ALLOFThESE ARE RECEIVED OFTEN AND GUARANTEED FRESH AND IN FIRST-CLASS CONDI TION WHEN DELIVERED TO YOU. PHONEJ16, OR DROP US A POSTAL IF YOU CAN NOT COME" PERSONALLY, AND VE WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN SENDING OUR SOLICITOR TO YOU. DO IT TODAY. THE LOWEL M MER2 1 71 JS I I LOWELL'S PIONEER STORE "Washington, Sept. S. The criminal prosecution of Morris Busch, con tractor, and Robetr Charlton, in spector, was ordered today by Acting Secretary of War Oliver. Busch holds contracts with the quartermaster's de partment to furnish fur caps and gauntlets to be delivered at Schuylkill arsenel, Philadelphia. The order for prosecution is based on a report re cently made by Major F. S. Strong of the artillery corps, acting inspector general, in w"h"icfi It 1s shown that a conspiracy to defraud the government exists between Busch and Charlton. Vi. 2! Vt -:t vt ;, S S J 5 5 5 5S 55 S ? ; ; ; r ; ; ; ; w n ;' n ; MEDIGOVICH HEARING. Man Charged With Maintaining a Nut' sance Will Be Tried Wednesday. 5 v. t . r. n . s " " " " " ? a M9 in Street Billiard and Pool Parlors I X X H 5! is Centrally Lacated, Elegantly Equipped Tobaccos and Cigars D. S. INIBI0, Proprietor. &' s a 'a 'a 'a 'a'a 'a -a -a -a 'A 'A Vt 'A 'A 'a a HitHS Justice McDonald yesterday set the case of L. S. Medigovich, charged with maintaining a nuisance, for hearing next Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Medigovich is the man who is alleged to have been making a dumping ground of Tombstone canyon for all sorts of vile refuse during the last several months. The complaint was filed against him by neighbors follow ing an appeal to County Health Offi cer Greene, who directed Supervisor Bowen to have the nuisance abated over a week ago. Medigovich will attempt defense. o SPRAINS. S. A. Read, Cisco, Tex., writes, March 11, 1001: My wrist was sprain ed so badly by a fall that It was use less and after using several remedies that failed to give relief, used Ballard's Snow Liniment, and was cured. I earnestly recommend it to any on: suffering from sprains. For sale a Rhineharf s Pharmacy. CARD. ( This is tc notify our friends and the public of the city of Bisbee, that we, the undersigned, have this day formed a co-partnership for the purpose of car rying on the saloon business, having purchased the place known as the Au ditorium Saloon, situated on Main St, in the City of Bfsbee, where we will at all times be pleased to meet our friends and the public generally, ready to serve them with a "smile" and the best goods to be had in the city. JOHN MOBILE and HENRY CAMPBELL, o LOWELL HEARD FROM. Read what one of your neighbors has to say about Nature's Remedies and the wonderful cures they effect: "I have been a sufferer from sciatica rheumatism for the past nine months, confined to my bed most of the time; could not be up but from two to five minutes at a time, and the doctors here could do me no good. Friends of mine recommended the new discovery. Nature's Rheumatic Remedy, and can now say that after taking one bottle am up all the time and able to attend to my household duties, and must high ly recommend this great remedy to all sufferers, and will be glad to answer inouiries. "MRS. B. WOODHEAD. Lowell, Sept. C, 1905." Dcane & Richardson, Tucson, manu facturers. Bisbee Drug Co., distrib utors, Bisbee. e Hc'3r -fet'c& i3S .5aMilHK&39fliB9fliHB HBrg&ci ufh s nil HHh&Mi 3&f5rAi ii F i iiilTr 'Mintl 1 1 1 HniF JmLfvJMmfl'B&BP KMB V:V )KSSmSmuM FOR SALEAT COPPER QUEEN- STORE.