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THC BISK! OAM.Y REVIEW. BIS BEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORN INQ, FEBRUARY 22, 190.
DISTUIUIEI) T1IE PEACE Judge
Murphy yesterday fined one peace dis
turber five days on the chain tans.
Another offender charged with Inde
cent exposure was given seven days.
to join niosPECTons e. a.
Stanford left yesterday for El Paso,
where he will Join the Fltigerald par
ty who are. to leave In a few days for
an extensive prospecting trip through
the state of Chihuahua. Mr. Stan
ford was connected with the United
States geological survey for six yeears.
Ho is a brother of Mr. Stanford of
the law firm of Strlclcler & Stanford.
A RUNAWAY The team of John
James ran away yesterday -morning
and got Into a serious entanglement In
the school yards. The team started
In front of Vaughn's bakery. When It
ran Into the school yard one of the
horses fell and the wagon was upset
on top of It. The wagon was badly
mashed up, but the horse was unin
jured. WILIi LIVE IIERE Mrs. W. F.
Wilson has arrived from Cananea to
Join her husband. They will make
Bisbee their home.
TUCKER GOES TO LOS ANGELES.
Judge E. A. Tucker returned to
Safford Tuesday. The judge will only
stay in Safford until be can close up
bis business affairs here and will then
Jocate in Los Angeles, California,
where he has been offered a number
of flattering propositions, but has not
yet decided just what he will accept
He tells us that Mrs. and Dr. Tucker
are both in greatly improved health
and that the doctor has already gone
to Los Angeles, where he will at onco
take up the practice of medicine.
Don't overlook tbe
of High Grade Jewelry. Dally sales
at 2:30 and 7 p.m. Opposite Ander
son & Cull's. SG Main SL
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
THE MOTHER'S FAVORITE.
The soothing and healing properties
of this remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cures have
made it a favorite with people every
where. It is especially prized by
mothers of small children, for colds,
croup and whooping cough, as It al
ways affords quick relief, and as it
contains no opium or other harmful
drug, it may be given as confidently to
a baby as to an adult. For sale by all
dnaleru In natent medicines.
E. T. Lucas, Wlngo, Ky writes,
April 25, 1902: "For 10 to 12 years I
had been afflicted with a malady
known as the 'Itch. The Itching was
most unbearable; I had tried for years
to find relief, having tried all remedies
I could hear of. besides a number of
doctors. I wish to state that one sin
gle application of Ballard's Snow Lini
ment cured me completely and perma
nently. Since then I have used tbe
liniment on two separate occasions for
ring worm and it cured completely.
25c. 50c and $1.00. Sold by Rlnehart's
Fresh chocolates at the Alhambra.
"NATURAL" WIDOWS EXEMPT.
Over in Arizona there is a law ex
empting widows from taxation. In
Graham county about one hundred
and forty women claimed the exemp
tion, and there was a strong suspicion
that many of them claimed exemp
tion on property that really belonged
to some one else. The supervisors
have been studying tbe situation and
finally decided .that the -exemption
only applied to what they called
"natural" widows, and this cut the
list down to about forty. Just what
is a "natural" widow 13 not explained,
but as grass is a product of nature,
and therefore "natural," It Is bard to
see how the supervisors are going to
cut the grass widows off the list.
ARCHBISHOP RYAN'S BIRTHDAY.
Philadelphia, Feb. 20. Archbishop
Ryan is celebrating his seventy-fifth
birthday today. In compliance with
the archbishop's request that no spe
cial demonstration be made, the only
official observation of tbe day was a
low mass of thanksgiving, which was
celebrated early In the morning at
tbe cathedral. Daring the forenoon
many members of ilie clergy of this
city and other cities in this vicinity
called at the archbishop's residence
to offer their congratulations.
The archbishop Is still hale and
hearty, and looks twenty years young
er than he actually Is. He was born
In 1831 In Thurles, Tipperary county,
Ireland. He attended private school
until he was sixteen years old, when
he entered Carlow College, Dublin.
The Tucson driving association has
arranged three races to come off on
Thursday afternoon nextj. Washing
ton's birthday. The first race will be
started at Union Varic promptly at
t o'clock, and best three in fire beats
will be run In each event.
When yon come to Cananea stop at
b D. k. X. Cat. All whit hsls
m& neder nsw masaeemasL
W. A. Burrltt la here
'cock, Mich., on a business lslt.
C. S. Masets arrived here from El
Paso yesterday on a business visit.
W. II. Halcomb of Kansas City is a
business visitor here.
Mrs. John Banning left yesterday
for a few days visit with relatives in
E. A. Stanford left yesterday for El
Paso where he will join a prospecting
A. W. Reeves Is a business visitor
in the city from El Paso.
W. T. Grosse Is here from Denver.
S. R. "Williams arrived here from
Los Angeles for a few days on busi
ness. S. H. Bessell Is a business visitor
in the city from Denver.
C. A. McDonald left yesterday for
Tucson where he will attend the
A. P. Schuarz is a Visitor in the city
from San Francisco.
J. "Wlllard is In the city from San
J. J. Babcock of Los Angeles Is here
Mrs. and Mrs. F. C. "Woodcock are
here from Tucson for a few days with
friends and relatives.
C. L. Blsbee Is a visitor In the city
from Los Angeles.
Jos. Pedan Is here from New Tork
on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Thackeray ar
rived here yesterday from Los Ange
les and will spend a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Preston left
yesterday for thalr home In Pearce.
GILMAN DIES IN ASYLUM.
Was Taken' to Phoenix About Two
Douglas, Ariz., Feb. 21. (Special)
A telegram from Phoenix last even
ing stated that John Gilman, the Wlll
cox cattleman, died in the afternoon
at the territorial insane asylum.
Mr. Gilman was taken to Phoenix
about two months ago. It was thought
at the time that he might regain his
sanity. He was In a very weakened
condition physically, however, owing
to exposure on the desert, and he
Gilman, who was about 65 years
old, came here from Willcox for med
ical treatment. He appeared to be
slightly demented, but his affliction
was not considered serious. He dis
appeared and for several days he was
1 not heard from. Then a Mexican wood
hauler brought the .information to
the city that a wild man had been
seen wandering about in the brush a
number of miles southeast of the city,
Officers went out to search for the
man, and they came upon Gilman, al
most dead from exposure, hunger and
thirst. He was brought to this city
and placed in the hospital. Hi3 ex
perience on the desert had aggro
vated his condition. When he had re
covered sufficient strength to make
the Journey, he was taken to Phoenix,
England's big new battle ship cost
$7,000,000, or about the same sum
the United States paid for Alaska.
Uncle Sam wouldn't trade with a
dozen Dreadnaughts thrown In as
The revelation increases every day
how many believe in Democratic prin
ciples who never vote the Democratic
If misfortune over
taKes you in this
manner just bring
your trembles to
jc."i.s' - . s,-.r?;r5:-
Miss Alice Shirley of Southern, Cal
ifornia, Is visiting her brother, John
Shirley, in Douglas.
B. E. Hockett, check clerk under
Agent Day at tb0 freight office of tbe
EI Paso & Southwestern railway in
Douglas, has resigned bis position
after a service of four years and ac
cepted a position with the Copper
Queen smelter. He will be succeeded
by F. E. Walney.
Mrs. J. H. Almes left last night for
her old home in Connecticut for a
J. P. Casey went to El Paso this
Mrs. A. L. McAfee, wife of Engineer
McAfee, left last for El Paso on a
Welghmaster Williams, of the U.
S. Postal Service, arrived in Doug
las yesterday. All the mall going
over the El Paso & Southwestern rail
road will be weighed for the next
105 days, in order that estimates may
be made for the yearly mall con
tracts. Mr. Williams went out on
No. 3 this morning on his first trip.
His headquarters will be in Douglas.
H. P. French, brother of S. W.
French, who has been visiting in this
city for some time, will leave tonight
for Chicago, his home.
S. W. French will go to El Paso to
night. Rev. M. Lotter, colporter for the
American Baptist Publication Society,
for Arizona, came in on the train
from Naco this morning and is now
the guest of Rev. T. F. McCourtney
In this city.
Nicholas Bartilino, of the well
known firm of Bartilino Brothers, of
Sonora, is in the city on business con
nected with his mining interests.
J. O'Connor, auditor of the El TIgre
mine, went down to the mine on this
Will Develop Property. George
Motts and Robert Brooks arrived in
the city today from Bisbee on' their
way to the Brooks Consolidated Cop
per company's property west of Fron
teras, in Sonora. They are purchas
ing supplies in town today and will
go south on tomorrow's train for Na
cozari. They intend to put a force of
men at work on the property and push
Another Candidate for Marshal.
In another column will bo found the
announcement of the candidacy of
J. J. Brooks for city marshal. Mr
Brooks has been an officer for over
twenty years, having served on the
Texas ranger force as lieutenant, and
only recently resigned from the Ari
zona rangers. He has an excellent
record as a thoroughly competent of
ficer. Preliminary Trial of Webb; The
preliminary trial of C. T. Web'b", for
the killing of A. J. Bnce at PIrtleville
last week, will come up In Judgo Mc
Donald's court tomorrow afternoon at
Will Arrive In Union Depot. On
and after March 1 all trains arriving
and departing from El Paso will leavo
the new union depot, which will bo a
great convenience to all travelers, as
there will be no more transfers nec
essary. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION.
Douglas, Ariz., Feb. 2L (Special)
The United States Civil Service,
Commission announces that an exam
ination will be hele ror first grade
positions only In the customs service
of Arizona on March 3, 190C, in the
public school building In Nogales, Ari
zona. There is at present a vacancy
in the position of day Inspector at a
salary of $3 per day. An examina
tion was held on the sixth of Janu
ary last, but no eligibles were ob
tained.' Persons who are qualified are
urged to apply for and take the ex
amination. All applications must be
in to the district secretary, Mr. C. L.
Snyder, In San Francisco, California,
not later than 4:30 p. m. of February
For application blanks and further
Information apply to H. M. Chapman,
local secretary, at the Nogales cus
Francisco Sanches Charged With Sell
ing Obscene Literature.
Douglas. Ariz., Feb. 21. (Special)
Francisco S. Sanches, a dealer Id
Spanish literature in Douglas and a
Mexican by nationality, was arraigned
in Judge McDonald's court this morn
ing, charged with selling obscene lit
erature. The arrest was because of a sug
gestive and gaudily gay Illustration
on the front cover of one of Francis
co's novellstic works. But tho book
turned out to be not as bad as It
looked, and tho prisoner was dis
missed with the injunction not to dis
play such wicked-looking picture
books any more in the marts of Doug
las. H. J. Temple, superintendent of the
Cananea road, Is In town today trans
acting business . with Richardson &.
Flno line of fresh caadles at the Al
Baltimore- oysters at the D. & A.
kisfcee. Saittry Xiufry
Works 69 Wood canyon
Everything new and
Laundry under the Supervis
ion of an Expert from the East
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
We sterilize all Clothes when
found necessary. : : :
Bisbee Sanitary Laundry
will open their New Store
and Show Rooms in the
Bisbee Improvement Com
pany Building "Wednesday
January 17th , where wc
will carry a complete line
of Hardware, Paints, Oils,
Glass, Wall Paper and
Oar display of Bath Tnba,
Closets, Lavatories and
Plumbing Fixtures will be
the finest ever shown in
St. Rgis Hotel
Oregon & Main Sta.
r'aso - - Texas
Most Modern hotel in the State
B. J. BRUN, Proprietor
European Plan $1.00 fc $3.00
Under eamo mar gementaa
MARIE ANTOINETTE, f.fg
K FRANK H. HEREFORD, V.
K ATTORNEY AND It
? COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
K TUCSON. ARIZONA. f.
t Agent for Land Script. It
It F. H. Hereford. .
K It It It i . 1 . H . It It It K
S3tate and Mines
Do You Want Your
Done right. If so call on us we
J. A. Rarlson
F. C. DURST
I-flfSMT for ttfct kctsw WiH Tt
,expect to bwtd. If earn f4tmM ye
usr zraaes ana pnow mrmun.
CALL AND MEE U.
PALACE LIVERY AND UNDERTAKING COMPANY.
BOWEN dh HUBBARD.
Good , Rig .and Careful Drivers. Special Attention to Boarding
j, v UNDERTAKING riKWKS IN V-ONNECTION.
UDPtr Main Stroot. I t
Woodmem ot tits World me u
Library Hall tbe 4th Thursday of
each month. All Woodmen are In
vited to attend.
R. DAVIS, C. C.
C. N. THOMAB. Clerk.
B. P. O. E.
Bisbee Lodge No. 671 meeta first
and third Friday of each month. Visit
ing Brothers cordially invited.
M. J. CUNNINGHAM.
C E. RINEHART, Secretary.
DR. F. J.iHXRVEY,
JAMES S. FIELDER,
(Attorney -u La.'oi, cDcmlng, N. M.
Practice In the Courts ot Eastern Arizona,
Western Texas and New Mexico
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
ROBERT HENNESSY, Mgr.
Phone Number 8
No. 7 O.K. STREET
KOTAHT FDBLIC COXTETAKCIHC
R. M. SAUER
Attarnay aad ComiIm at Law
Corporation La'w Specialty
H. W. JORGBNSEK
Barnaby BIdrf., Ditbeo. Arl,
U. S. Deputy ninerai Surveyor
S. D. BASSFORD
CONTRACTOR - BUILDER
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
JOB WORK. Plans and specifi
cations furnished. Opposite Sh at
tack Lumber Yard, 11 Brewery
Gulch, Phone 2oV;P-0 Box 420
THE ORNDORFF HOTEL.
El Paso Is entertaining many c a
people from Bisbee, Douglas, Cananea
and surrounding towns. It U eofc
geated that when to the Pass City ttj
try the Orndorff hotel, (t has hao4
aomely furnished rooms. Is so plaa-
antly situated on tfc Plaaa, and ttsJ
cuisine of the Hgnest class, mat vi
ten TrfB be tkerwskiy sttsfls wl&
tksir Tlstt st tks Oradetfl.
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EitrTllBBy stoamnCii i wnant
1 1 Blab, Arlzorut
0 K. LIVERY, FEED AND
FLETOHER A. WOOD. PROPS
PHONE 15. IISBEE ARIZIN4L
Kathbone Lodge Ndu
Y0 Knights ot Py
thlas meeta erer
; Tuesday evening to
Pythian Castle. vTatt
Ing brothers cordial
KRIQBAUH .X. R. 8.
N. O. SWART, C. a
Land Mark Chapter No. 1
R. A. M. Regular convo
cations Third Tuesdays ti
each month. 8:15 p. a
Visiting companions la
good standing gladly it
FRANK QRAP, H. P.
J. L. BROWN, Be.
Eastern Star Lodg
meets second and fourth
Wednesdays In eacM
MRS. MINNIE BECK
EDITH STOW, Secretary.
Bisbee Lodge No. 10, L O,
O. F., meeta every Wednes
day evening. Visiting broth'
ren cordially Invited to attend.
J. A. CLARK, N. Q.
P. C. FENDERSON. So.
BISBEE AERIE NO. 175.
Fraternal Order of Eagles meets la
Pythian Castle. Next meeting Marca
ot 8 p.m. Visiting Eagles cordlallr
invited to attend.
LEE VON HAGEN. W. P,
H. S. HILLMAN, W. S.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Richard the fircr Pnnn,.j wv.
695 will meet the 3econd ana rourtK
r nuays or eacn month, at Prthlan Ca
3R. F. J. HARVEY, Correspondent
MRS. A. M. BARRET. Deputy,
r, W. F. SIMS
Orer Bank of Blsbea. X'Pon OS
F. J. HART, M. D.
F. C. DIVER, M. D.
Physicians and Surgeons
Main St. Phone 149
gUTTER & SHELLEY
Attorneys at Law
OYER RINEHm'S DRUB ST08C BISBEE
QHS. HANKIN & BROWN.
Rooms 2, 3 and 4, over Postofflce
PYTH'AN HALL BLDG
Anheuser Buseh Beer, Fine Wines
Liquors and Cigars
BISBEE. - ARIZONA
l V. . K . l K . K . K . K. VL B1
If D.E. Heller H.J. Wright
S HELLEB & W8I0HT 5
" Bpreot Ore etitppr atuiS
Bednction Worki X
DonsiM, ... Arizona g
is 3 It it Je ia -a i, u 5 ii Vt fc St
Southern C&lifotnia. Business
College and School
of Shorthand St'felf
Smd for Catalogue.
Sessions all the year.
LACKEY. HOOD & HOLM ANN
ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT
Anf harraasod: t a'bad cousa? "tfa
Ballard's orehound , Syrup, it win se
cure you sound sleep, and effect s.
prompt and radical cure. Sold' tT.
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