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COOHISE KEVIEW : WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15, 1900.
V R. v" A fAMOUS RANCH Description Is Given of the Ranch Home. By Mr. Tracy. The Walnut Grove Depot Will Be Built Near the Home. - John Tracy drove down to J. Shorts 'ranch a few days ago with two passen gers. The gentlemen were from Bakorsfield, California and Big stock men. Their object was personally in spect a large number of cattle before buying for their home market. This took several days and after their departure they would decide as to whether the cattle inspected were to be purchased. The Short ranch is about 45 miles south east of here and there are a large number of really fine cattle on that range. A lot of rain is required at once in that region or the stock will suffer, but jo far, Mr. Tracy says, the cattle are looking very well and would actually make very good beef as they are. The ranch Is well situated and the new railroad from San Luis will run within 100 yards west of Mr. Shorts house and it is understood that a depot will be looated there. The name of this depot had not been suggested, and Mr. Tracy was asked if he could think of an appropriate name. Near the house, is a grove of beautiful walnut trees and Mr. Tracy at once fixed on the appropriate name of wal nut Grove depot. There is a fine stream of pure and very cold water-within forty yards of the bouse, a. very useful and agreeable addition to the comforts of this home. The travelers slept beneath the wal nut trees whose thick foliage formed a shade and prevented the bright rays of the moon from reaching the sleepers. The visit to the ranch was a most en joyable event and the guests were treated with all the generous hospital ity peculiar to the ranch men, and in fact to all those who live on the cattle ranges of this wild country. LOCAL BRIEFS. Walter S. May left for Clifton today. M. W. Wambaugh is registered at the Anglus. s , John O'Brien is registered at the Norton Hotel. A. T. Blairton left by this morning's train for California. Date Graham, paid an official visit to the county seat today. Mr. Armstrong was an arrival from Benson yesterday afternoon. Napoleon, thejtvell known sport left town today, by thVmornings train for Globe. John J. Hatnlyn of California arrived yesterday. "He registered at the Anguis. H. B. Dodge, the well known and popular Tucson business man is attend ing to his numerous interests in this town. Thomas Crouch, of Montana, arrived yesterday and with the Angius as his headquarters is looking over the min ing situation here. Mrs. Rellly's teams are hauling lum ber from this town to Turquoise. Mrs. Rielly lives at that camp where she nas considerable interests. The Right Rev. J. M. Kendrick, Bishop, of the Diocese, will be with us next Sunday week and will conduct Divine service in the Library hall. W. Kline left for Turquoise today He holds valuable property in that camp, both town and mining. Mr. Kline believes in the future of that camp and is investing largely. Ah exhibition of the lauest invention of the century, the Cimenatogruph Lumiere will commence at the opera house Saturday evening and continue for several days. There are 300 views , iajrtL The Rev. F. S. Estman the Episcopal missionary for south eastern Arizona, has arrived at Tombstone from Canada, where he has been visiting for some time. The reverend gentleman has brought a wife back with him, and the Review hastens to extend to the hap py pair sincere congratulations and very wish' for their futuro happiness. The house near the Castle Rock, in which Mrs. MoAlpIne lives, and which is the property of J. J. Mulrhead of tbU town was burned down, yosterday. The cause of the fire was the explosion of a gasoline stove. The prompt and well directed efforts of the fire brigade kept taejflrefiym spreading. The bouse was' totally destroyed with the contents John Hanson, who had a room In the dwelling, lost his trunk and all his personal property. The Frank Cooley company left today for Tucson, where they will play the rest of the week. This company are undoubtedly composed of aotors who are far above the usual casto of the traveling troupes. The leading artists are talented and careful exponents of their parts and the repetoire is unusu ally extensive. The oharaoter parts are la excellent hands too, and it Is impossible to avoid mention of pretty little Harriett Cooley, in East Lynn. She displayed real talent, and a won- .derful appreciation of her melancholy! and affecting part. This company aro deserving of a most succesful tour and the public would do well to patron ijo them. l.QJid Brown leaves Guaymas today. Sheriff Scott White onmo in last evening. Miss Linda Liggett, left today for a visit to Naco. W. A. Smith, of Winfleld, is a guest at tho Angius. T. R. Nicholson is a-visitor from Pres cott in town ancfis a guest at the Hotel Norton. A. S. Bloefer, a St. Louis man is lo cated at the Bessemer Hotel. Ho ar rived In tho nty yesterday. Andy Bassett has accepted a position In the ice house. Mr. Bassott was for merly a stowart in tho hospital. J. Hughes a San Pranciscoan was among the arrivals in this town yester day. Ho put up at the Bessemer. Henry Zelner an old time Tombstone citizen is on a visit to this city and is shaking hands with his friends on all sides. J. Weldo, of Prescott, arrived yes terday and with the Norton as his head quarters is attending to business mat ters in town. Allan R. English is a visitor in town. The well known and talented attorney is giving his attention to matters of business in tlm city. Thomas N. Stanton met with an acci dent at the mine, last Monday and sus tained a fracture of the skull. He is under treatment at the Company's hos pital. S. M. Hamilton of the Copper Queen Hardware department, who came from Phoenix some short time ago, has re ceived a car load of furniture for his residence. a. unampagne, cne tailor, nas re turned from his vacation on the Cali fornlan coast. He announces having had a splendid time, and bears every evidence of restored health. , The Rathbone Sisters will give a grand ball at the opera house on Fri day evening next. The aflair will bo one of the events of the season and will of course be most numerously attended. Word has been received by helio graph from the Tombstone party of hunters in the Chiricahuas that ihey have a bear, Whether the grizley committed suicide or killed himself chasing the nimrods is not stated. It is expected the hunters will bring in bis bearshlpnext week as a trophy of the hunt. Prospector. ' John Brlggs, who came in from Tex as two weeks ago lies in the hospital now with a compound fracture of the leg. The accident happened to him yesterday at the mine, where he has been employed for the last few days. Briggs Is an old time printer and worked in the Review office for sever al days last week. The injured limb received the prompt attention of the company doctors and tlie, patient is resting quietly. A young gentleman, well known here and a social favorite, took his best) girl to the picnic, last Sunday , While1, wan dering round side by side in that state of bliss natural to such a delightful oc casion, the young man fell into a deep pool, several feet deep, and was experi encing some difticulty In getting out. His fair companion bravely rushed to the rescue and dragged the drowning heio to the bank. This courageous and devoted act will find itself doubt less repaid by a lifelong worship and devotion. D. Rice, who was hero with the Frank Cooley company was' a member of the 1st Colorado volunteer infantry. He was at the .taking of Manila, and while bis regiment was charging on the city, a Mauser bullet struck him near the groin going through his body and stopping just under the skin of the back. The bullet was extracted and is now kept by Mr. Rice as a momento of this memorable occasion. It is an Innocent lookitig and very small bullet covered with steel which was torn by the force of the blqwt and disclosed the soft load underneath. The wound was a severe one, and will always affect Mr. Rice's health. His weight before receiving the wound was 184 pounds, now It is 119 pounds a big difference. Albert Rohatto, of this town who works in the Bluett shoe shop, received 8500 yesterday, the amount awarded him against the Pacific Railway. Some time a?o Mr. Rohatto was in the outh and his friends here, Mrs., Bluett and son, anxious to secure the return of so good a workman, sent out the neces 8a y money for the fare. A mileage ticcet was procured and Rohatto.start- ed on his return journey. During the trip, while yet some distance from Benson, tho conductor tore off far more railoago than he was warranted in re moving from the ticket. AV:' result nearer his destination he was unable to produce tho proper mileage and be ing short of money was promptly put off the train, and sutfered a good deal of Inconvenience. He received the above stated amount as a compensation for the indignity, wrong and inconve nience he suffered. Tea Garden Drips. Is a sugar syrup of highest quality; once used, always wanted; deliclously sweet, makes taffy candy to perfection; manufactured by Pacific Coast Syrup Co., 707-719 Sansome St., San Fran cisco. al4-3m A GREAT ACTIVITY- figures from the Surveyor Gen eral's Office. Great Increase' In Business. Number of Patent Surveys More Than Ever Before. At no time within $he history of Ari zona has there been as great activity in mining circles as during the last year and at present, says tho Star. In this connection tho surveyor general's of fice furpished some Interesting figures which show plainer than any amount of writing just what Arizona is doing in tho mineral way. ' Tho year in the surveyor general's office ended July I and up to that time $ll,335.had boon deposited to cover the costs of surveying mining claims and doing the necessary office work Inci dent to application for a patent. This .was more than the aggregate for 'any three previous years combined. The year prceeding $3,946 was deposited, making a balance in favor of last year of $7,300. Probably the mo9t striking showing, however, la in the number of surveys for patentmade last year, numbering 408, a large and significant increase over the year previous when only 166 surveys were made. The survor general's office also used up last year the entire appropriation of 810,000 for surveying purposes, which shows great activity. , The work this year is being pushed and there is no let up in the constant number of" applications for surveys. Eight engineers are at work surveying the forest reservation on the Grand Canyon. There are 40 townships to be surveyed and the Santa Fe Pacific has deposited $44,000 for the field and office work. Arizona has constantly been taking higher place in the column of wealth producers bub if the present rate of in crease In . mines opened and mineral wealth developed of all kinds is kept up it is otaly a question of time when she goes to the head of the list. ..Grand Ball.. TO BE GIVEN BY THE. Lily Temple No. 3 Rathbone Sisters AT THE OPERA HOUSE- Friday Evening, August 17 ADMISSION $1.00 LADIES VKEE FRATERNITIES IMPROVED OKDEK OP BED MEN, COOHISE Tribe No. ", I .overy inursaay "oven ing iww nousenaii vis- lltlDf brnthftra nnrftln1L ...! Med. Jftfnl A PflmnVi.11 C3nj.V. Jnhn Hftiftni. C a. t? Dr. bUmundsori, Medicine Alan. ' ' WARREN CAMP NO. 9, WOODMEN OP THE WORLD, meets every lecond and fourth Monday t the opera home Vic ting members cordially invited. J A MILDER, C. C. P V. JOHNSTON, Sec. PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE No. 12, r F. & A. M. Meet first Thursday 01 eaan motitn. visiting Dretn ren cordially invited to attend. C .0. Wabneb. W. M. L. Bbowh, Secretary. T ANDMARK CHAPTER No. 6., -' R. A. M. Retrular Convoca tion! third Tuesday In each month, 8:15 p. m. Visiting com panion! in tfood standing gladly received. V. R. STILES, H. P. FiUNK J, Qkaf. Sec. QUEEN LODGE NO. 6, A. O. C. W., meet! every Saturday evening. Vis itlnir brother cordially Invited. Alfred Godfrey, W. M. Richard Humphrey. Reo. H. C. Fraier Financier. DISBEE LODGE NO. 10, I. O. O. - F., meet! every Wedneduy evening. 71111108: brothers cordially invited to attend. AlTHSD Godfbky, N. G. Emile Marks, R. s. j THE FRATERNAL Lodge No. S3, njeets every Urst and third Wednesdays of the month, Visiting members are cor dially invited. JULIA MILLER. President. Fheu i liba. secretory. EASTMAN'S KODAKS ! Photographic Supplies. Developing ana ranting at Jbowest Kates, sat isfaction guaranteed. Copper Queen Pharmacy G, P HART & CO. firs. fl. E. Bruton Cleaning and Dyeing By Dry Process Dressmaking a specialty. Sutlstaotlon guaranteed. Near Raub's Bicycle Shop, Tombctone Canyon. z5 TVs. m!m 6444M46Qe4444e'fr4440"&44'fre4444 A Pleasure to EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE GO. MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORCE AND BOILER WORKS ALL GLASSES OF MINING MACHINERY Write E PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY ;: El Paso, Texas 6O&O4e6O0Ofr66O &&&&&&&&&H?&Hif&&&&ibikk'biifil?'b& the Copper 11 9MKHlisi jpllla'TWM-MARK Contest for Girls of 14 years and under, with a Valuable Prize to the Winner. To advertise Buck Stoves and Rangers we will give a Buck's Junior Range a miniature cooking range, perfect in every detail and beauti fully niokled. to the girl of fourteen years and under who brings or sends in the greatest number of coupons cut from our advertisement between n w and Ootober fifteenth, 1900. In eaoh of our advertisements in the Review will appear a coupon. Out these out and bring or send them to our Furni ture department, in neat paakges, with the name of the con testant plainly written on the top coupon. When the contest closes the coupons will be fairly counted by disinterested parties, and the winner of the'little stove will be announced In the Review. i The stove Is not a useless toy, but an exact imitation of a regular size Buok Range, only made in miniature. It can be seen in our Furniture Department. NAME. COPPER QUEEN STORE 5j j $ (? j $ $ rfi jt 4 $ 4 M.I .IfHINQflN REAL ESTATE, MINE BROKER Houses and Lots Bought and Sold on Commission. Houses for Ren . Money Loaned XXX OFFICE: ANGIUS BUILDING. ROOM 3, BISBEE. A. T. jrjurr)v-XAx-r o w - bank ot (INCORPORATED) Directors: Ben Williams J. S. Douglas J. B. Angius W. H. Beopht M. J. Cunningham Forelga Exchange and Telegrnphlo Transfers to all Parts of the World. Ac counts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations solicited. Matters entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention. Mexican mousy bought and sold. Agency for New Zealand Fire Insurance Company. X0VX KlO1 H&CKJKIKIO ltrXVUlJi The Zellner Piano Go., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Pianos & Organs. Write for Catalogue. Pianos on Monthly Payments. 01fice-.i21 13 fcuth Broadway, Los Angclec, Callfronia, Answer L.ettoi-5 for Estimate . Queen store BUCK'S JUNIOR RANGE COUPON CLIPPING CONTEST f 44444i44$ r lKilijKKaii ,-. ,. a tJisbee I Officers: W. H. Beopht, President J. S. Douglas, Vice-President M. J. Cunningham, Cashier cooee0o xovevvvVVV.''V1s JFizurite ! GEORGE DUX: PROPRIETOR Bisbee's Favorite Resort MAIN STREET Che... Capitol Imported Liquors and Cigars , John N'obile John Twomev BISBEE mitiWMMUiiiMtWMMMiiW J Tree Coinage g J, E. BROWN & CO., PROPS. 5 FULL ASSORTMENT OF.... I Wines, Liquors I Fine Cigars J1A1W ST., UPPOSITE CAN-CAN. iamiinger Bros. 01 bite A PLEASANT RESORT Wines Liquors And Cigars BEER ALWAYS ON TAP Can Can Building Main Street Harris & Greener Dealers is ixes, Liquors and Cigars COLD liEER O DRAUGHT Mail! Street Opposite Public Library ..llalf-Way House.. Directlj on the rond to Naco. Wines. Liquors and Cigars. Your Pattonusre Solicited CHARLES' HULL, PROPRIETOR PETE HANSEN. Beer Garden Orin mi"Hj.i i own in the Cool' Co:toiiootls Ctiil once utid you tt'll iilu m come aiiniii. the FASHION : COURTEOUS TREATMENT PATRONAGE: SOLICITED.-: MAIN STREET, BISBEE, - - - ARIZONA THE TURF IETS0N 4 WHALEY, Proprietors. FINEST LIQUORS, WINES, BEER and CIGARS Sportsmen's Resort. Main Street, Blsbee, Arizona. On JJraucht Constantly on Hand."1 Kine Imported and Domtlc Wines, Liquors and Cigara ' Your patrouiure Kep?oull SoIMttd Dubacher & Muheim. Brewery Avenue Blsbee Arisona. Miner's Saloon Wines. Liquors and Cigars. B. M. Vucuvich, Brewerv Avenue St Louis Beer Hall L. C. Shattuck, Prop. Finest Brands of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS . . . Agent for Anhpuser-Busoh Bi ewing Association. Wholesale and Retail. Brewery Avenue, UlHbce, Arixonn. M. STEIN, Dealer in ta8ft5,d furnishing Goods SECOND-HAND FURNITURE j MAIN STREET And -Brewery Areau Zsft n i "M 1 r -v il r-m c4 &i aU S1 ' MS?z5asss3a BiVUJI $