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BIBBEE DAILY RBVDDW, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY i9, 1902
Published Ererr Day Except Mondar
W. B. KCILY, Mltx Mt Manaoer
f. SPINNEY. Associate
Off ENDS THE
RAILROAD COMBINE. -
J. H. Hill, the railroad conaolidator
of the Northwest, has the courage
bis conviction. Recently he
ed a large -meeting of farmers and cat
tlemen at Farsjo, North Dakota, de
fending the purchase of the Burling
ton road by the Great Northern and
Northern Pacific railroads as an act
that would B'e the people along theso
combine lines cheaper rates and an
easier access to markets. He was
eloquent in bis appeal to the farmers
and declared that the prosperity of
the people meant the pro-perlty of the
railroads and that when the people
were poor railroads would be poor,
whether they were owned by sjndl
cates or capital. Further along in his
address Mr. Hill said: The question
of reasonableness of rates and service
does not depend upon whether one man
owns the capital stock of a railway or
another; whether the capital stock is
owned by ten men or a thousand men;
by persons or corporations. The capi
tal stock of a railway company is per
sonal property, to be held, sold and
transferred from one man to another,
and anyone may purchase and hold all
that he has means to buy nnd payfor.
The capital stock of the Northern
Paeific and Great Northern will bo
held by somebody, persons or corpora
tions, if not by the present owners, by
others." That was a very plausable
speech, but all the same the combining
of railroads, like the formation of
other trusts will destroy competion
and create a monoply and that is what
the people of the country mnst prevent
Pobably no mining camp in Ari
zona can show a greater number of
substantial improvements during the
past year than' Moreno!, and none can
look forward to more improvements
for the next year than Morenci. The
company has a force of men now ut
work on the foundation of the new ho
tel, which is to be a magnificent build
ing. It will contain twentj-four rooms
for the accommodation of guests. On
the lower floor will be office rooms.
One will be occupied by the Gila Valley
Bank and Trust Company. Another'
will accommodate the offices of the
Morenci Water company and the Mo
renci Improvement company. On the
second floor will be the hotel office. On
this floor will also be a large mess din
ing room for the emploj ees of the com
pany who may desire its accommoda
tion. The hotel will have wide e
randa, which will afford a Cue view of
A TELEGRAM was sent out fiom Chi
cago a few days ago speculating as to
the work being done by David B. Hill,
through one of his trusted agents in
that city, for the furtherance of his
political ambitions. The dispatch re
lates that there was a conference held
by James K. McGuire, of Syracuse,
representing Mr. Hill, Mayor Harrison
and William J. Bryan. It is given out
that if plans now being laid by friends
of David B. Hill of New York do not
miscarry the Democratic national con
vention of 1904 will nominate this
For president David B. Hill of New
For vice president Carter H. Harri
son of Illinois.
It is reported here that the farmers
in the Gila valley are annoyed with the
presence of tailings in the river water
carried from the concentrators at Clif
ton and Morenci. One thing is certain,
the water is carrying a large per cent
of tailings and gives it a destinctly
milky color. A report also says that
threats have been made by some of the
valley people to institute suits, having
for their object to stop the companies
from running their tailings into
the river. Such a suit we presume
would definitely settle the old contro
versy of whether or not this offal fom
the Clifton and Morenci redaction
works in the water is detrimental to
the growtn of crops in the lower
The copper industry of Arizona has
as yet been undisturbed. The price of
tbe metal is low, still the production
has not been materially reduced. Even
the new enterprises are yet going
ahead with developmnt and the erec
tion of reduction plants. Of course if
copper goes lower, or even remains
permanently at the present figure, in
jury to many new enterprises will be
serious and will soon manifest itself.
The present belief, however, seems to
be general that copper will advance to
a more satisfactory price and remain
That Mr. Bryan will no longer fig
ure among those who seek the Demo
cratic nomination in 1904 seems to be
generally understood -in all political
quarters, but the country will want
something more convincing than the
recent report from Chicago before they
will believe that Bryan is to be counted
In the Hill forces in 1904. Should such
s combination be brought, about it
would give Hill the nomination and a
long lead toward victory.
Tne Nicaraugan canal bill is not out
of tbe Senate yet, neither can it be
safely considered to be "out of the
woods.' There is such a thing as a
railroad lobby in Washington and it
assy be depended upon to put tbe
kibosh on this or any other canal prop
osition if it finds the opportunity.
Why the Stone Case
The strange case of Ml Stone, the
American missionary who was cap
tured by brigands In Turkey, has an
International nspect that Is being care
fully considered by the various govern-
i nients Interested. Just such a case
might be the means of Involving not
nnlv Turkev and Bulgaria In war. but
the whole of Europe and the United
States. The reason for this Is appar
ent when the affair Is studied In all
, Its lights.
, Should the theory that Miss Stone's
capture originated with the Macedonian
committee be proved there would be
1 no doubt that Its purpose was to
I rnibroil the United States with Tur
key and thus hasten the overthrow of
I the tottering Ottoman empire. It is a
notorious fact that the Macedonians
liae been working tooth and nail to
Jlnd umi way of causing Turkey
trouble that would nt the same time
gio them an opportunity to break
away from the suzerainty of the Mil-
I Macedonia was formerly a Bulg.1ri.1u
lproInce, and. naturally enough, the
, Macedonians have been egged on In
i their designs by the authorities of Bui-
sarin. Not only EObut they have been
' openly supported by Prince Ferdinand
1 of Bulgaria, who has raled a large
I nriur to asKt them when the roolu
! tiou beglus. The Inhabitants of the
I proInce, who aie Christians are de-
scended from the same stock and bae
largely Intermarried with the Bulga
rians. The two peoples are thus united
not only by ties of polity, but of blood.
The Macedonians are now suffering
from Turkish persecution-.. Similar
persecutions caused the Turco-Husslan
war of 1ST". By the treaty of peace
which followed the conclusion of this
war the sultan granted to the Mace
donians Independence similar to that
enjoyed by the Bulgarians, Lut a con
ference of European powers restored
the province to Turkey, upon guaran-
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Photo by Purdy, Boston.
MISS ELLEN SI. STOKE.
tees that a Christian governor would be
appointed and that persecution and ex
cessive taxation would cease. True to
tradition, the sultan has neglected to
fulfill these conditions. In consequence
of this the Macedonians are In a con
tinual state of belligerency.
Kevertlng to the Stone case, the Mace
donlans. If the charges against them
are true, may have counted on the In
accessibility of Bulgaria to turn all of
Uncle Sam's wrath upon Turkey, which
Is the principal power responsible for j
Bulgaria, inasmuch as it receives a cer
tain amount of tribute from that couu
try. They would thus be able to use '
the United States as a catspaw to
pluck freedom for themselves.
Such an Idea would proe erroueoui J
If recent reports are true. It Is assert- '
ed that the United States government
has been quietly sounding European j
j powers on the importajit question of I
an approach to Bulgaria. This could
only be done by the powers waiving the
objections to the passage of tne Darda -
nellcs. Thus all Europe has become In-1
volvod In the complications arising out !
of the kidnaping of Miss Stone. '
Should it be necessary for the United 1
States to make a demonstration In I
Turkish waters there nre nlentv of war.
ships available for that purpose. The 1
Chicago, Admiral Cromwell's flagship,
fs now at Leghorn, where the Albany Is
also stationed; at Genoa Is the Nash
ville; the Dixie and the Monongahela I
are at Vlllefranche; the Buffalo Is at
Madeira. All these could be assembled
at very short notice, forming a fleet i
that would make a very formidable
One feature of the affair which bid
given gossip mongers much to talk I
about, and which has beenan apparent '
corroboration of the theory that Mlsa
Stone's abduction should be laid at tbe
door of the Macedonians, has been the I
anathv of Prlnw Fordlnnnrt f Tt,iir. I
ria. This potentate, who Is th rnn.
k 1tji6 ?!RRRs
ft? - ?-PBRRk I
stltutlonal ruler of Bulgaria by virtue rirstpub. Dec,1""? JIO0RERei8tr
of the treaty signed by the powers In "
svu,cu,,Vi, i j-ciuu iu loio, recently
Opened the national assembly of Bul
garia with the customary speech from
the throne, ne made no reference
whatever to the kidnaping of Miss j
The nearest be came to it was In
saving that Bulgaria has been trying
her best to keep on good terms with
the powers. Immediately afterward he
gave a thrust at Turkey by avowing
that his government had especially la
bored to strengthen the bonds of
friendship with "our liberator, Russia,"
pointing as evidence to the courtesies
to Grand Duke Alexander, a cousin of
the czar, during the grand dnke's re
cent visit to Sofia.
The Macedonian committee looks to
Prince Ferdinand and, more remotely,
to Russia to aid It In its struggle
against the sultan. This committee is
a part of tbe national existence. It Is
a peculiar organization, to say tbe
least. Its former officers were deposed
i roe Brewery
Dubacher & Muheim
last summer because ot rascality, me
old president. Boris Saraoff, Is a no
torious desperado. He was recently ac
quitted of murder, though It Is said
that he was undoubtedly guilty and
tad been engaged In a blackmailing
scheme to raise money for the revolu
tion. By a singular coincidence he dls
appeared two days after the kidnaping
of Miss Stone.
The new presldent.Jdikhallovsky, is
a well known poet. Like his preent
confreres in office, he has the teputa
tlon of being an honorable man. Not
long ago he published an aiticle de
nouncing the kidnaping and expressing
regret that It might prejudice the Euro
peati public against the moeiiient for
That his fears, weie well founded Is
shown by the fact that Just preceding
the outrage arlous European govern
ments had beguu to bestir themselves
In the Interests of Macedonia. It was
recognized by Russia nnd France espe
cially that the mlsgoverument In that
province, the excesses committed In
Armenia and the dissatisfaction In
Crete had reached such n point ns to
constitute a menace to peace. The Eu
ropean powers, therefore, at the In
stance of the two just mentioned, had
begun to discuss plans for a joint rep
tesentatlon to the porte.
Indeed, so far had this Idea de elop
ed that It was planned to eventually
oblige the sultan not only to carry out
the clauses of the treat of Beilln re
lating to Macedonia and Armenia, bus
to gle guarantees for further reforms
and the settlement of numerous pend
ing questions. Itussla had thoroughly
sounded Germany on the -subject, and
the support of England. Austria and
Italy was considered certain Pmall
wonder that President MiUhailotsky
was alarmed nt the effect the captuie
of Miss Stone might hiwa upon the
One Ameilean who openly proclaim
ed his belief In the complicity of the
I Macedonian committee is Charles M.
' Dickinson, the United States consul
general at Constantinople, who went
to Sjmakov to superintend personally
I the measures taken for the liberation
of the missionary. Mr. Dickinson Is
well known as a lawyer, poet and
newspaper man. He Is the editor and
proprietor of the BInghamtou (N. Y.)
Republican and has the reputation of
being u most persuasive speaker, a
necessary accomplishment in a man
who has to deal with the wily oriental.
Mr. Dickinson was born at Lowville.
N. Y., In lb42. He was admitted to the
bar In 1SC5 and practiced his profes-
, slon up to 1S77, when he nad to ghe
1 It up on account of poor health. His
fame as n poet rests largely on the
dainty little poem "The Children,"
which has been erroueously credited to
Mill for Sale.
20 stamps and batteries, including
battery timbers, 133 horse power Cor
liss engine practically in perfect condi
tion, pans and settlers for the twenty-
stamps, 2 boileis one practically new
with perfect fronts. Mill is a Con
tention, 300 yards from railroad. A
bargain for cash. Address
Bisbee Daily Review.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
Cocblse county. Tombstone, Ariz., Jan 10,
l(tt.-Notice to all persons bainc claims
against the County of Cocblse.
All warrants for claims ozaln&t Cocblse
county for tbe year 1900 reroaldiosr In the
office of tbe Bord ol supervisors will bo is
sued to persons calling for them, or bj or
dcri, and all warrants for claims fur the
year 1901. numbered consecuthely. from 1
to SSI inclus're, of tbe date of October 9,
1901, will be issued to tbe persons calling for
tbem In person or by order, or to persons
whn h&vn ortlrnti.fi rnllin? for anv nar.
rant, 0f the above numbers, or by sending
Persons having the'e warrants or certifi-
cstes for them must not send them to the
aIerk 1,"n ,or tbeir warrants, but uu-
th"rl". "" otter person, jis the cl. rk
D7f,Vn?n "" "V"r. " ,
Jaxes F. Dcscan, Clerk.
Notke for Publication.
HOMESTEAD ENTRY NO. 3SW.
DlFil-.TBENT or THE INTIUIOB
usd omen jit tccsos, ami .
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his Inten
tion to make final proof In support of his
claim, and tht said Droof will he made be
fore Geo. B. VHlleox. U. S. Commli.
sioner. at Bisbee, Arizona, on Saturday, Jau
uary 18.1KC. viz:
Frank H White, of Douglas. Arizona, for
the 8 K'4 jN VTJj. TKii SW J anil SE'i SWJi See.
,t.:i,,k.2i t,o.&b ici: am
lie names tne following witnesses to prove
Discontinuous residence upon and cultiva.
,Intl Sf .bM ,Ki1 .1,1 TnKA T kLIi.t...
Clinton A.Burdlck and John M,Prine, ol
Douglas. Arizona, and Asa Barnabv. at Bls-
i pee, Arizona.
DO YOU DANCE?
IF NOT, WHY NOT?
Conducts classes at
every Wednesday and Satur
orday afternoon from 2:30
until 4:00 p. m., and Monday
and Thursday evenings from
8: JO until 11 p.m.
Social Dances every Wednes
day at d Saturday from 8:S0
nntil 11:30 p. ro. Admission,
Genu 90c, Ladies free.
Single Admission with Instruction:
Gtnts $I.00 Ladies 50c.
Cents tt OOi LuIms $4.00.
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Work In alt its brancbes. Beer
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tNEXT TO BRUWBRV
GUNS. SEWING MACHINES.
TYPEWRITERS. CASH REGISTERS,
To Be Repaired.
KEY FITTING AND SAW FILING
If you have any light mechanical
norkto b June call ou
J. C RAUB
H Uppor Main -t.
Tormerl C'orrato-. old sUnd.
Fresh Bread, Pies, and Cakes
delivered to any part
of the city.
Wedding: Cakes made to Order.
Opcu Day and !Nijj2it
OTTO W. GEISEMIOILE,
Main Street, - Bisbee, Arizona
Simple, Silent, Speedy, Strong!
Sold on eas" installments, old ma
chines in part payment.
Machines rented and lepaiicd.
Needles for all makes of ew mg o
Oil of absolute Purity own make
tSTCall and see the Bicycle man'
office, 81 Upper Main street."
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Gold, 50c. Silver, 50c. Copper, 73.
Lead, 50c. Silica, Zinc, Iron,
Send for Hints to Prospector-', Tree
Box B. Lordsburjc, New Alex.
Painting, Paper Hanging
and Interior Decorating.
Estimates gUen free of charge.
Leave calls at Ferguon"s Drug
W. K LAWRENCE.
MISS HELEN INEMECK,
No. 25 Brewery Avenue.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Purchased in Carload Lots
For Rent . . .
Grand Masquerade Ball
AT OPERA HOUSE.
150 JELEGANT COSTU.ME3
and masks for this Bali have
been procured from San Fran
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MUSIC BY . . .
BISBEE'o COLORED BAND.
Costumes for rent at Dancing
School in the Johnson niock,
FROM WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15.
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Practice in all Courts of the Ti ritory.
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Justice of the 14 uc.
Collections, Land. Mining mid Gene,
lies" Acency. rneo. Arizona.
Practices in all courts. Prompt atten
tion ylven to eorres'por.denoe.
KSTRiom 14. I. O building.
DR. W. E. LINDLEY,
Physician and Surgeon,
Dritij Store Opp. Hott-1 Naco.
Livery and Feed
ISth St., Douglas, A. T.
Good Rigs for Rent
Your Patronage Solicited
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ir --"ij3SKi;-- t-rt and third
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mouth, -l p. m. Yisitliurconi
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IMPKtlVF.II ORDER OP EFI1
iUN. COCIIlii; Tribe So. 7..
ir.eet every Ihuriuay evening
at the Oiwra ilouu. Hall Vi.-
Itln brothers cordially luvi-
Sdnej Harris, Sachem
Cbai. Cran ford. Kecorder,
Dr. KtllruidkCU Medicine Man.
PEIIFECT ASHI.AK LODGE o.i:.
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of each inont't. Visiting breth
ren cordially invited to attend.
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. , OlSIiEE I.ODOE .SO. 10, I. (). O.
& - F.. lnfetn every Wednesday
-t-rrs eveuniB. t ikitini; nrotncis
cordially invited to attend.
J. II. Jamfs, Noble tirand
Smilti Mai.ss. K. S.
- 2o. IU Kniehts of
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urottters cordially lo
G.M. Pobtsb. K US
II. W. Brlizee
Hucli C. Frazer.
Meets ench Saturday evening In Library ball
A New Suit
Where to Buy?
Is a question presenting itself
daily to men folks
See samples at t-
Nolte & Bond's.
Sec Cream and
Kotions and Stationery, Confectionery
and Sweet Cream, Cigars and
A good assortment made dai
ly. Prices reasonable.
' Plfit.riitc i).i.,i., ..i
OLliVery, Feed Sale Stables
0 B. F. GRAHAM & CO., Props. 0
Stables at Bisbee and Naco, Arizona,
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NACO TO BISBEE
BISBEE TO NACO
Stage leaves Bisbee 7,8:30, 10:30,11:30 a.m. 1:30, 3, 4:30 5:30 p. m.
Stage leaves Naco at 7, 8:30, 10, 11:30a. m. 1:30, 3, 4:30, 5:30 p. m. t
Tho 1:30 btajre leaviug Naco connect' at Don Luis with tho
luengor train for Dougla-,. Tbe stage leavinj; BIsopo at 4-0
tako ii.iscngors from tho Douglas train at Don Luis for Naco I
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ASTON & MALONEY
Genera! Merchandise 1
Ranch and Mine Supplies
Douglas, - - - Arizona
THE HALF WAY HOUSE
Choice goods Constantly in Stock
Case Qocds on Demand
ice CoM Beer
FRESH FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY.
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A fresh assortment 'if Nut-?
I sh cut Culifornti Blowers a Specialty
Orders taken for party decorations.
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HO. 7, MAIH STREET
& 'Z'itiTZ yiiSZSZ'
$ City Barber
" PORCELAIN. TUBS
Choice Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage
will l)e "ThoBest Always." By merit alone we
expect to share your patronage. Bespectfnlly so
eliciting your trade at the old stand of Overlook's.
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rui crai uircLiurs
Offices at Misbce and Naco
Co. jt'anajer's Office No. 200.
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Jesse .Moore Whlshev BISBEE fc
Sunny Brook Whiskey
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