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tow RMseVelt's Pets are toiised
Nut stuce Arthur's time bare we bad j
In a cb'tl executive such a lover of
horses ai Is President Boosevelt, and
consequently be Is giving a great deal
of attentlou to tbe Wblte House sta-
ties. They are being looked after as
neer before, and tbe stablemen are
earning every dollar of ttWr salary
these days. Not only Is the president .
ne of the best Judges of them In this
country. To please his critical eye an
animal must be entirely free from tbe
slightest aliment or blemish.
In looking around for a team awhile
ago be had three beautiful horses sent
from New York for bis Inspection.
They were superb beasts to all appear
ancesand the employees In the White
House stables were enthusiastic in
their praise. It took the president,
howeer, less than ten minutes to sur
mise that something was wrong, and a
veterinary who was called in soon con
firmed his suspicions. It was a great
disappointment to the president, as
finer animals are seldom seen, but he
has succeeded In securing two fine
specimens of horseflesh. They are two
handsome bays standing sixteen hands
high, weighing 200 pounds and are
five years old.
Tbe White House stables consist of
two buildings, a two story red brick
structure erected In 1S71 and a low,
rambling, yellow framed building
which was the historic stable that
housed the presidents' horses previous
(to that date. They are situated at the
corner of Seventeenth and E street. In
a-corner of tbe park south of and ad
Joining the White House grounds. He
cently the stables have been enlarged
under the direct supervision of Colonel
Theodore Bingham, superintendent of
public buildings and grounds.
The stable attendants are nearly all
white men now, but up to four years
ago were nearly all negroes, and the
few colored hands now employed are
hired to do the work of cleaning the
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stables and keeping the adjacent
grounds In order. Tbe foreman of the
president's stable Is Arthur Hurley, an
ex-Jockey and a man thoroughly ersed
In horse lore. He is a short, thick set
man of thirty-eight jears and a native
of the District. Hurley was In the
service of President Hayes when a boy
and used to assist in exercising tbe
horses. Four years ago he was pro
moted to foreman and has worked
bard to make tbe antiquated building
look semimodern and attractive. He
has three white assistants, who relieve
each other In driving the president and
In superintending tbe cleaning of the
vehicles and the care of the horses.
Leading to the presidential stables
on tbe Seventeenth street side is a
large court, and on both sides are car
riage bouses, where vehicles used by
tbe executive department and the pri
vate conveyances of the president are
kept. Although roomy, tbe stalls for
tbe president's horses are of the sim
plest character. The partitions and
floors are of rough pine planking. Di
rectly over each stall Is a small framea
bearing tbe animals name. Among
the horses Is a pretty little bay man
belonging to Sirs. Roosevelt. It is
called Lady Dancer and was raised by
tbe president's wife from foal. Lady
Dancer receives at least one visit from
Mrs. Boosevelt a day, and tbe children
bring it many a lump of sugar from
the Wblte House table.
Provender for thehorses furnished
for. the ose of the executive depart
ment Is provided by tbe goernment:
and eleven attendants are paid from
tbe Same appropriation, wblcb amounts
to about $10,000. Above tbe rear sta
bles are living rooms for tbe foreman
and his assistants. All repairs to car'
riages and all horseshoeing are done
by contract, and do mechanical work
Is performed at tbe stables.
One of the most elaborate vehicles
seen on tbe streets In Washington for
many years is tbe new carriage of
'President Boosevelt. It Is a two seat
ed, open, light driving wagoiv painted
a dark bine and upholstered In light
yellow leather. Tbe body of the wag
on la of light yellow basket work, with
a. faint stripe of red, and oo tbe panels
of each side Is tbe monogram T. E."
The coachman and footman on tb'.s
carriage wear the handsomest livery
displayed by any president since the
dnys of Arthur. They wear long, dark
bine coats, and on tbeir tall hats are
two cockades of black bora, with a
rosette of red. white and blae silk.
The city of Des Moines, la.. 1 not
greatly pleased with tbe battleshlpuat
bears Its name, but extremely proud
of Miss Frances E. West, wbo was se
lected to christen It, for few American
warships bare bad fairer sponsors than
the new crnlscr Des Moines.
Miss West is oae of the beHes of De
Moines and very handsome and accom
plished. Bbe Is a musician of ability.
aad her family Is one of the best
"known In that city. Her mother was a
Miss Chase and was connected by ties
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of blood relationship with Chief Jus
tice Chase and Prescott, tbe historian.
Tbe father of Miss West is a type of
the successful business man and Is
Tbe Des Moines Is a protected cruiser
of 3,200 tons, with a speed of 10.5 knots
an hour. She Is armed with ten 5 Inch
guns, eight 0 pounders, two 1 pound
ers and two 'rapid firing Colts. She
has twin screws and is of tbe same
type as tbe Denver, Chattanooga, Gal
veston, Cleveland and Tacotna.
This Is the second time an Ion a girl
has been selected to christen an Amer
ican warship. Miss Mary Lord Drake,
daughter of Governor Drake, gate the
Ion a her name when she was launched
several years ago. Ever since her de
but Miss West has been one of the
leading society young women In Des
Moines. She Is a graduate of Vassar
and bas traveled widely In Europe.
THE STOKER MAYOR.
Interesting Facts Aleut Bridge
port's Chief Executive.
t-ernaps one or tne most interesting
of tbe new mayors elected this fall Is
the chief executive of Bridgeport,
Conn. Denis Muhlhill Is called the
"stoker" major because for thirty
years he has n orked at the furnaces of
a manufacturing company in the city
nhere he now holds the highest mu
nicipal office. Up to tbe very day he
nns elected Mr. MuKllitll put In nine
hours dally shoveling coal, but so sure
was he of success that he then handed
In bis resignation, but said be might
want bis old Job back again in two
years. His majority was the largest
eer ghen a candidate In Bridgeport.
Few mayors hae been so little
known before election and so much
talked about since as the "stoker" may
or. Up to four j ears ago he had hard
ly been heard of outside of his neigh
liorhood. Then be was waited upon
one evening by a committee and asked
to run for alderman. He refused, say
ing he had stayed out of politics all his
life, and It was too late for him to learn
new tricks- They urged him that his
duties .as an alderman would occupy
only two nights a week and that it was
time he did something for bis party.
Finally he accepted, and his election
As an alderman Mr. Mulvlbill at
tracted a great deal of local attention.
He opposed e ery measure that carried
with it an expenditure of public funds
and fought so hard against appropria
tions he regarded as needless that he
wns ghen the name of the "watchdog
of the city treasury."
Although many regarded It as a huge
Joke when Mr. Mulvihlll was nominat
ed for mayor and said It was Impossi
ble for him to win, they did not know
the power of tbe candidate, lie was
known simply as a laborer, but the
fact that be was an unusual one was
not known outside of tbe manufactur
ing plant In which he worked. His
friends predicted Just such a majority
as he received. During 'the campaign'
he made no speeches. Knowing him
li bei poor man, a large number of
people sent blm checks to aid blm In
bis -ampalgn, but these Mr. Mulvlbill
retuned, saying he was able to pay
his ovm bills.
The former coal shoveler and present
mayor of Bridgeport is a man with
(Major of Bridgeport, Conn.
deep gray eyes, strong features aad is
a splendid example of physical man
hood. He stands about 5 feet 11 inches
and weighs nearly 200 pounds. His
face Is clean shaved, displaying a strik
ingly tenacious chin. Determination Is
written upon bis countenance unmis
takably. A moment's talk witb the
"stoker? mayor will tell you be Is an
Irishman, and lie bas a philosophy of
life distinctly bis own, which be ex
presses In his own Irish way. He Is
typically Irish in temperament, good
natnred, witty and altogether whole
Mayor Mulvihlll was born in one of
the southern counties of Ireland Just
fifty-eight yean ago. His father was
a machinist and gave tbe ton the ad
vantages of thevmeager school facili
ties available. He aided bis father in
bis work until over twenty years old,
and then, like many other ambitious
Irish lads of the time, be set sail for
America. At first tbe yonng Immigrant
was a day laborer in Massachusetts,
but in 1871 he went to Bridgeport,
CotuL, got a Job as a stoker at the
Wheeler te. Wilson Manufacturing
company, and there be remained. Dar
ing all tat time be bad worked four
teen boon a day, getting up to start
the fires at 430 o'clock In the-morning
and stopping work at 6 In tbe even
ing. It sever occurred to him to ask
for promotion from coal shoveling or to
be surprised that promotion did not
eorae to him without tbe asking.
- Caring all those years a a 'stoker
Mr. Mulvihlll worked lor $14 a week.
On this amount be not only supported
a family, bat saved money besides. He
lived frugally and with his Barings
bought bnlldtog lota la East Bridge
port. They were very cheap then, bat
be tuosght they woald rise In valae.
He was right. Tbe lowest estimate of
the present value of abi property I
$12,600, bat there are thoae wbo say be
U worth $40,608.
MarorMolrlhffl has a. wife and three
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children, the eldes't of whom Is now a
boy of seventeen. He Is extremely
proud of his daughter, who Is now In
the high school and studying Trench.
As mayor of Bridgeport his salary will
be $3,000, four times his wages as sto
ker. He believes In hard nork and
says It Is the best tonic In the world.
A fighting Governor.
Few ngnts against comDines nave
aroused more Interest In this country
than tbe one now on In tbe northwest
ern states In oppos'tlon to tbe consoll-
datlon of the Northern Pacific and the
Great Northern and Burlington rail
roads. Governor Samuel B. Van Saut
of Minnesota, wbo is leading the bat
tle against tbe roads, says he has the
support of a number of other govern
ors. The affair promises to be fought
to a finish and will be a bitter one
while It lasts.
Governor Van Sant ha an Interest
ing career. He enlisted under Presl-J
dent Lincoln's first call for 75,000 men,
but was rejected on account of his age.
OOVEBJ.OB S. E. VAX SANT.
being not quite seventeen. Again he
tried and was rejected, but finally was
accepted as a member of Company A,
Ninth Illinois. Before he was allowed
to go to war, however, he had to have
a written permit from his father.
The governor was a great favorite
not only in bis own company, but
throughout the regiment, and was In
tbe thick of many famous battles. Aft
er the-war he studied In New York city
for some time and then went to Galcs
burg and graduated from Knox col
lege. Soon after his graduation be
went into business with his father at
Leclalre, la . and they built oue of tbe
first raft steamers on tbe Mississippi.
For a number of years Governor Van
Eant was general manager of the Van
Sant & Musser line of steamboats. He
went to Winona, Minn. In 1S83 and
was closely Identified with tbe city's
best Interests -and actively assisted In
all pnblie-OTterprlscs: ror 'two-years"
he was in the council as alderman and
was tbe unanimous nominee of the Re
publicans for the office cf mayor of
Winona in 1SSS. LaUr be was sent to
the state legislature and In 1893 was
speaker of the lower house. This is bis
flrbt terpi as governor.
The Baroness Hengelmuller, wife of
the Austrian minister, who has Just re
turned to Washington for the winter,
finds herself In rather an unpleasant
position. At a state dinner at tbe White
House last spring she created a sensa
tion by refusing to accept tbe arm of
the Mexican embassador, who bad been
assigned to her as escort, or to sit be-
side him at table. Tbe matter greatly
annoyed tbe late president and was ex
plained by the Austrian minister on
tbe ground that neither be nor his wife
could bold any relations whatsoever
with the representative of a govern
ment that bas pot to death his sover
eign's brotber, the 111 fated Emperor
Since then, however, friendly Inter
course bas been established between
tbe Vienna court and tbe Mexican gov
ernment, and It now becomes Incum
bent upon tbe baroness to call upon tbe
Mexican embassadrcss, whose diplo
matic status is superior to that of the
Austrian minister's wife.
Only a woman can fully appreciate
the feelings of the baroness as she
pays the call demanded by diplomatic
etiquette. She will go hi her carriage,
of course, perhaps accompanied by her
husband as far as tbe curb, and her
card will be received with ell dne cere
mony. It Is when she enterMhe draw
lng room that she will either be polite
ly ennbbed or as warmly welcomed as
etiquette permits. She will live
throngb It, however, and will have
many opportunities to repay In kind.
Baroness Hengelmuller ts said to be
tbe most beautiful woman in the diplo
matic corps In Washington. She was
the first society woman In tbe capital
to drive her own automobile and owns
five of these machines, all of different
styles, which she can 'operate la the
most expert manner..
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lrfe AFTER Y0UI
Wanted Boy to work In printing
office. Good opportunity for right boy.
Wanted A woman to do general
house work. Call on or address B. V.
Graham, Naco, A. T.
Fresh fruit cake for Christmas at the
VIonna Bakery. lM8-ti.
Go to Hart 4 Graf for frch fruit
vegetables and ojsters. 10-8-tf.
Mrs. J. Lindhal will receive board
ers it her new dining room, No. 120,
Brewery Gulch, opposite Brewery
Gulch restaurant. Prices reasonable.
List your furnished and unfurnished
rooms, also cottages. Several calls for
small 3 and 4 room hou.es or cabins.
Room G post office building; P. O. Box
No. 249. 12 12tf
For Ladies' and dents' solid Oold
Chains. Silver Novelties, niifes and
Baby Rings, etc., so to August Joerss'
Jewelry Store, ruin street, opposite !
All your writing is visible on the
"Underwood" tvpewri er. It received
tbe Gold Medal at the Buffalo ExposI-'
tton and first grand prize at Venice, j
Address C. W. Fisher, Agent, Bisbee. '
For Ladles' and Gents' Gold Watch
es, Diamonds, Fancy Rings, Chaim,
Lockets, at lowest prices, call at Au
gust Joerss' Jewelry Store, Plain
street.-oppos.le. Library Hall,
Chance to Buy
The O. K. Livery Stable and stage
lines, together with stock and vehicles.
Entire business or part of It. Under
taking business Included. Address B.
F. Graham & Co., Bisbee, Arizona.
The first bloclf of stock in the Napo
leon Gold Mining company is now on
sale at 25 cents per share, W. B. Kel
ley, of Bisbee, if an authorized agent
of the company to receive subscription
Napoleon Gold Mining Co.
R. V. Danikls Seo'y,
Notice to Water Consumers.
You are requested to repair all
breaks on private pipes without
delay. Also do not allow fau
cets' to run at night time,
tf Bisbee Water Co,
Notice of Stockholders Meetlai
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of tbe stockholders of
the South Bisbee Copper Mining and
Townsito Improvement company, a
corporation organized under and by
virtne of the laws of tbe territory of
Arizona, will be held at the office of
tbe company at Bisbee. Arizona, on
the fourteenth day of January, 1902.
between the hours of two o'clock and
four o'clock p. m. of said day, for tbe
election of directors and such other
business as may come before the meet
ing. Dated Bisbee, Arizona, December 4,
1901. C. B. Jonzs, Secretary.
Wlaea, Uejaers aaa dears
Parchased la Carload Lota
GUVS. 8EWING MACHINES,
TYPEWRITERS, CASH REGISTERS,
To Be Repaired.
tear FITTING AND SAW FILING
II you bare any lifht mechanical
. work to b ione eall on '
J. C. RAUB
M Upper Mala 8.
Pssiitiig, Piper Bugiif
im. Iiterkr Decratiig.
Estimates given free of charge
Leave calls at Ferguson's Drug
W. K. LAWRENCE.
TELEPHONE NO. 200 AND "THE MAN" WILL CALL AND DELIVER
"PURITY" DISTILLED WATER in any quantity
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ggf Bisbee Improvement Company.
p X. SWKHT, M. D. Til No. 6
A. K. HICKMAN. M. D.
W. P. WILLAUD. M. D.
PHYSICIANS AND SUKGKONS
To tb Copper Quean Consolidated Mlulnv
Co. and A.4S.H.K.B.
QK. W. E. CHAMBERS
Appointment Made by Mall
JR. J. W. FARRINGTON
DR. W. B HINKI.N
Pltroua Oxide Oai administered (or palnlen
extraction 0( teeth.
Roomi 2, i and 4 over newFoitomce.
A. I. UPTON
AGENT FOR LAND SCRIP
rBAKK I. HSHirOBD BETH S. K1I KD
AUKNrS FOU LAND SCRIP
M. O CON.NEU,
orrio: v&ixagi buii.piho
Office at present with 8. K. Illiam
Practice In all court! of tbe Territory. Lan
and Mining Title a Specialty.
Offices. Bisbee and Tombstone
.pl 1 -II f"t" f A1?.T,T?t''rw
Special Attention GlTen to Mining Buitnes
R. N. GREAVES.
Juatloe of tbe Peace.
Collections, Land. Mining- and General Busi
ness Aconcr. Naco. Arizona.
DR. W. E. LINDLEY,
Physician and Surgeon,
Drug Store Opp. Hotel Naco.
C. W. FERQ'JSON,
STENOCRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER.
Transcient work solicited.
Office with d;-u. i-:-
S. K. Willliams, J. P. ""7 "
No it, meets eferj
first and third
Wednesdays of the
members are cor
THOS R. GRADY.
ED Smith secretary
LANDMARK CHAPTER No. .,
R. A.M. Regular Convoca
tions third Tuesday in each
month, S IS p. m. Visiting: com
panlons In rood standing vladly
C. C. WARNER, H. P
raise J. Gbat, bee.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED
MEN. COCHISE Tribe No. 7
meet every Thursday even tna
av ue upera noon nail v letting-
brothsrs cordially Invi
ted. Ed Scott. Sachem
P. M. Williams. Recorder.
Dr. Bdmandscn Medicine Man.
DERFECT ASHLAR LODGE No.lt,
F. A A. M. Meets first Thursday
nt &ch month- Vialtina: breth
ren cordially Invited to attend.
J.J. MtJlBHBAD. Wa M.
J. L. Bbowst, Secretary.
(ISBBB LODGE MO. 10, I. O. O.
' IT- meets every Wednesday
evening. Visiting brothers
Mn11llv Invited tn attend.
J. H. Jauxs, Noble Grand.
EHTLB If AUS. R. 8.
No. 10. Knights of
Pythias meets every
Tuesday evenlnre In Lt-
Drary flail. visiting
brothers cordially in
G. M. Fobtkk, KT R S
HRS. E. WILLIAHS,
Brewery Qnlca, Rihff A T
Opposite Lumber Tard. DISDeC, A. I,
A good assortment made dai
ly. Prices reasonable.
We buy in Carload Lots and meet all Competitors. Goods deliv
ered to all parts of the City.
Hay and drain . . .
a , Liquor Dealers
BROPHY TRANSFER COMPANY
Ooods and Baggage Stored "T lonhrin 111
Freight and Express Delivered I CICJJIIUUC IXO.
to any part of the city.
UPPER MAIN STREET
Douglas Real Estate
S. F. Meguire, Sec'y
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Bisbee's Favorite Resort
NO. 7, MAIN STREET
BATH ROOM ftt-cu88
- PORCELAIN. TUBS Emile Marks S
The Turf G
The Opera Club
The Finest Place in the
Upper lain Street
CUSTOfi MOUSE AND
Telephone p. p.
Number . . dd
QEO. B. REAY, Manager.
Ranchers' and .
, . ninera' Supplies
WINES AND LIQUORS
Kef Beer Always Fresh and Coot $;
BOB TAITE, Prop.
The International Land
LIQUORS and CIGARS I'
Whisks? BISBEE jfe
Finest Liquors, Wines, Beer
and Cigars. - fr
JAMES LETSON Prop.
1 ruin street , .
I. . Bisbee, Xrlx
JUAN E. MORA