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GbijUneijcing Tuesday, May fst S
3Roks Say tte Boers
FOR Tim COCHISn REVIEW,' BY J.
aucccsa'er.ii'day and drove the enemy
out of a S&31.0 position at Houtneck
A.itb comte?Vtivcly small loss to us.
'The Boei cfispersed in several direc-
ty, mmly north and oast, loaving;
'entyii prisoners in our hands, in
Uding 4 commandant and sixteen
Ovev'tho sands of th' desert
"And ovcr'tR' trabkles n'lftul
Out of the East and South land
The Order of. Red Men came I
At first though few in numbers
Yet each and overyono -know
How to paint and fix the paleface
-Till he looked like an Indian loo !
So 'neath th' hills of Bisbeo
There's many a wigwam's door
That looks out into the sunlight
And into a hundred more.
So now on th' hill and mountain
"When the sun is going clown,
There's many a war cry given
That echoes about the town 1
And should you bo a savage man
No doubt you'd surely bo
Called away in th' night time
To council beneath a treo !
Loss of Life Will
And many is tho whito man
Who has tried to guess in.vain,
met with considerable J How many mighty warriors
wcro in tno ltcuman's train.
So 'was only fit aud proper
To show their greatness off,
To give a parade and blowout
That no paleface dared to scoff!
So tho high chiefs and tho princeo3
Painted all in gaudy red,
In buckskin and their moccasins
Were at the procession's head.
With ancient bow and arrow
With a tomahawk and sp'ear,
'Tiff true the noble Red 5len
Were a sight indead'to fear!
And yet beneath the war-paint
ivyo! in eacn Diav a mum- ntuirt
'HamiUs now encamped at Jaco-
s men are in noed ol
ing sovural days, .1 or
dered a hclt for today.
"Broadwood's cavalry arrived on Ifte
soeno in timo to rondor valuable assis
abco by threatening tho enemy's
'"The enemy admits that twelvo were i Wb,0 . tn ,., fis hrothnr.
trill nrl in vfcfoiiiv'a nrtr irrnmant Plii I .....". .
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-German Lisutenant Gucnthar was in
cluded among the list of dead. They had
forty wounded (including tho Russian
commander Maxiraoff of tho foreign leg
ion. Twenty-on e of tho fifty-three cas
ualties on the Be er sido -belong to tho
fpjelgn leglcn. Two Frenchmen of tho
"foreign legion w ure killed.
j Hamilton praised tho chivalry of
X-kSprceH and A specially commended
riurr -m .1 . - . .
';ujiiJKovudusjvnoigavo tno nnai strose
?m 4tho enemy 'Jcntjl'ho Shropshire
"Wi'Mn. ...uvin 2Q0iriOLi!BB'tho- enemv's
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anccu line, cheeriN.j louaiy. iiam
,,1 nlo praises Kitchener's horse."
ob'A, May 3: An official bulle-
yafut oa April 8th the Federal
j toV nino prisoners oast of Thaba
April 30th tho -Boers -at-
o tsritisn mounteii corps
And take his sister's part!
So gather your veneration,
For the Order of Red Men grave,
'Causo they "'ill always be your brother
(If)-you Jiappen to bo a brave!
Perchance you can guess our secret,
For this you must surely spy,
ThatJduo paleface and tho Indian
Isas white as you or I.
J. Porter Bender wa3 a visitor at
Naco today on business.
Dr. Edmundson went down to Naco
today to visit his patients at that town.
Lovi Perrins little three'year old boy
iserysick. Thjw&fld has had con
Alexander Chisholm has returned
Salt Lake, May 3. Death's wind
jinirsheot cdmpletely envelopes tho fa-
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mous coal town of Scoficld." Every
house, without exception, is a house of
mourning, and every household is pre
paring to bury its dead. Tho agonized
shrieks of w'dows and groans of moth
erless and fatherless are no longer
.heard. Tho stricken ones are beyond
that now, and their grief can find no
utterance. Yesterday it was stated
that tho death list, as based on a con
servative estimate, would probably ex
ceed 250. It is now known that tho
estimate is entirely too low, and that in
all probability tho 300 mark will be
pussed. The wofk of taking out the
dead continues, and all of the bodies
may not be recovered this week. Just
now Scofield is a vast morgue with un
dertakers by, the score.
The bodies found near the entranco
are badly crushed and bruised, as they
received the full force of the explosion.
Will Clark, who lost his life while try
ing to save his father, had a beautiful
sister, aged 16, devoted to her brother.
When informed this morning of Will's
frightful death, sho fell - dead, at
,her-inother's feet. Afcad picture yi$i
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Atlantic Highlands, N. ,T., May
3. William Gorman,, a -well known
resident of this place,' was killed' on
Shrewsbury bridge on Sunday night.
Ho saw a young woman on a bicycle
como.tcaring down tho steop approach
to the 'bridge,- and realizing that she
had.lost control of the machine, hcven
deavpred to save himself by holding
closq to the rail, but tho young woman's
head struck against his nose, knocking
him down. A violent hemhorrago of
tho nose followed. Got man died last
night. The young woman made off
without giving her name. :
New York, May 3 The matrimonial
tangle of George M. Pullman will soon
bo unraveled by tho courts; Bowers
sues for an absolute divorce, naming
Pullman as co-respondent. Ho also
sues Pullman for alienating his wife's
Second-hand goods bought .and sold
atrE. G. Ord Co., plumbing and tinning
shop. . f
Queen riimmacy, forphotoniaphic sup
FOR SALE: A boarding house.
At plv H thin office.
Jin' roi'cived a new lino of phirt
MiitP, tit Hlfvu'lt'd. M20 If
Otto Koib,-Grand Chnnscllor, K,P.
Boonville. Ind., saye, "DeWitts Witch
HMzelPalvd soothes the most delicate
aV'.n and iunlutho mofet Ptubbon ulcer
wtih certain and uo. d rebults." Cures
i lies and km dibeabe Don't buy an
nitatj m. Coppar (.uen store and
ifhfe Dnv Co. 4
Henry H. Tietjen . .
BOOT AND SiiOHAKER.
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KcpriTriiiff Nearly ,
Muln St Ounosito
Ant'lus Bl'd'tr '
AINU hOK THREE DAYS we sliall sell. Boys' Waista,
cheaper than you've ever bought equal, quality, for Jxjfqre.
Forty dozen' "Mother's Friend" Waists nearly all 'of.
wh ch were' received but a week ago, have had their -prices
The Waists are perfect in every respect in quality, style
and ' make which maker, the price sacrifice all the More
If you need Waists now, or will need them, come Tues-
day. The special prices will prevail until Thursday, May
3d, but the saving is so great Thursday may.be too lte.
This week's Store News gives full details.
USf Bank of Bisbee
Utre-ftand'hagirard tfacesi there sat.vea I
dayancl'today young'John Miller, a ' Ladies'
f-tf xri?v.r., i, J) criusn raounieu corps . tt- 1 -ttt... . i
fajtiSfoi&Zi Bmntfard and killed nine- & from Willcox and is erectm;
4WSfeh, fhKfflg-Captain Liddy. ouso in tho former town.
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en prisoners were taken, two wcro
WV2"SN. May 3: Tho war ofllco an-
' rLyti"? faal tno totl1 numuor of casual-
'tir.m&fd&p1 . .. a..m 00.,. ...
fflftli Africi ' l H " ou ' ub' u"
iVPeTown, May 3: Philip Cronje,
voor wno surrennereu ui r-iuiruv;a-
ind was imprisoned at Sinionb-
was shot dead thero last night by
"Jronio and other Boers walked be-
yoad tho dead lino and jeorcd when tho
guards ordered them back.
-Pretoria, May 1 (Delayed) Mr.
Blgbie, Jr., who was arrested in con
nection Willi niu uxpiusjuu ui uiu uih
biot shell factory, at Johannesborg, has
leen remanded. An American has
al5 been arrested on suspicion of being
implicated in tho explosion.
5f.W.v.A 1M U IIAiriMTN
IvestTaation at Last Brought to a
Vashinqton, May 3 Tho Coeur
Vl'Aleno Investigation is practically at
an end, tho committee caring to hear
om but ono other witness, Lioutonant
1ycns, who forced the strikers back to
tho pumps in tho mines. "When ho has
ben heard, this afternoon, tho case
will close with arguments from tho
cofunsel for the two sido?. Tho demo
j?aW Tvantcd mora witnesses but the
yt'publicarm ruled against them.
J Kilmarnock Sold for $20,000.
KW YORK, May 3. John E. Mad-
last evening sold to ex-Secretary
itnoy his three-year-old colt Kll-
Lnarnock, which is proving a sensation
ong her sot. Tho price paid was
7,000. Yesterday morning in the
til at Alorris Park on a slow track,
llmarnock went a milo carrying 110
uuus uuaiijr in l-ivij wiiiuii jiuraumuii
sider a remarkable test.
ALAS, Texas, May .5 Statistics
tho movements from Texas to
markets and grazing grounds of
sas ami inuitui Territory to be:
Magpie Minstrels, May 11. Tho end
men, Messrs. Moore, Burk, Johns and
Kelley, will keep you in roars of laugh
ter all the time.
Dr. Clarke want to Naco yesterday
and roports tho peoplo of tho border
city excited over tho prospect of tho
speedy building of tho railway;
AbTan Ploresj Dario Escalante, and
Ab"an Madrlll wore drunk and disor
derly. Justico Williams distributed
thirty days between the three of them.
Gregovitch and Andcrvitch, who
have been woi king in tho mines hero
for some time, left for Cape Nome this
morning. Tho men aro good steady
feliows and experienced mincis and
will no doubt do well in that region.
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A flow of artesian water
struck southwest of Pima.
E. A. Jones, of Arlvapal, in Willcox
last Saturday on a deal for tho salo of
Henry Lovin states Uva circular let
ter that ho has 40,003 head Of Mexican
and Arizona cattlo for salo.
Tho Copper Bello Miming company
in tho Tombstone district reports re
cent Shipments of five carloads of ore.
Last month's importations of cattle
from Mexico aggregated 2,818 head, of
which 2,074 wore entered at Bisbeo and
Sunday Ryan Bro's. made a delivery
to II. D. Rogers, of the Siegel-Sanders
company, of 839 head of cows, which
were shlppcd-to Portales, New Mexico,
to go into pastures near there. Ryan
Bro's, have four additional train loads
Ryan Bros, have made a delivery to
II. D. Rogers of Siegol, Sanders com
pany, of boM head oi cows wmen wero
shipped to Portales, N. M., to go into
pastures near there, says tho Range
News. Ryan Brothers havo four ad
ditional train loads of cattlo gathered
and will bo driven for shipment as rap
idly as posslblo.
A rich strlko is reported to have
taken place within the past fow days in
the Shj lock mlno In Black Hills dis"
trlct, owned by Henry li. Clifford &
Co. Tho vein of oro has been cross cut
at u depth of about 17o feet and a body
ittle, 270,000; sheep, 300,000- Tho of oro nearly eight feet across running
clip for the year is twelve million a good per cent In copnw and silver has
tl& valued ut $2,000,000. been encountered.
holper, who is waiting for the bodies of
his three brothers, Harry, Bance and
Issaac, to be brought out.
h- LatettThrco peopte have gcne4n
sa ne. A newspaper reporter fainted as '
he filed his story. One of the saddest '
stories is that of the Clark family, Tho
fathcir and son wero among tho firht
dead found. Another son, Will Clark,
rushed into tho mine to rescue
them. Ho was wafted into death
in a trico by tho awful arter
damp. Whon tho news -was bioken
to tho mother a pretty sixteen-ycar-bW
sister Lizzie fell dead at her mothers
feet. Tho other three big mines of tho
coal company aro closed down as miners
arc fiockixta-hf1m?ft claAives sorl
rfrlends at Scofield, or at least to rescuo
their bodies and help tho suffering.
Tho coal company and the Reo Grande
Western are both doing everything
possible. Salt Lake met chants aro
who have been deprived of support,
and the cash subscriptions. amount to
ovor $15,000. A carload of flowers will
bo sent down tonight by tho women of
Salt Lake. Tho loss by rescuo ex
penses, claims for damages, loss of
mammoth coal contracts and other
items will bo very great. At present
tho company is merely working to res
cuo tho dead and alleviate tho suffering.
BEN.WILLIAMS; v MJto
and FANCY. GOODS.
Scbontl-Hand Goods. Bre cry Aonito
Staple aiid fancy Groceries
Candies, Nuts, tc.
Wines, I iquoia and Cleans.
B. M. Vnaivicli, Brcwetv Avenue
CURRY & CO.
Dwileis in Dry Goods Groreri-s,
Haul. are, Boots ami SIi'ios
rurcluwni. nd Fnrwaiditig A.ents.
Custom Houso Brokcrc.
; . -. Naco,Arizona.
London, May 3 Central News hears
that Commandant Eloff has left Mafek
ing, practically abandoning the Kime.
A recent dispatch from Mafoking said
that General Snym, ono of the Boor
commandors conducting tho slego- at
Mafeklng, had left tho vicinity of Maf
Twenty-five men find employment at
tho San Francisco mino and mlll,Cedar
district. Thoy bhlp gold bullion reg
ularly. Tho Cedar district Is fast com
ing to tho front.
Tho Empiro mine at Chloride in
about to havo the water pumped out of
It and work resumed. Tho Empire in
early days produced a largo amount of
high-grado ore. Mineral Wealth.
Jim Letson has brought up some very
rich oro from tho South Bisbee. The
bamples displayed arc taken from tin
lead without being specially picked,
showing tho great possibilities of this
mino and the certainty of its futu
proinliienco Among' tho pacing proposi
tions of this district.
Mr. Barrage of the Butto and Boston
company, is expected in Gilbert any
day to soo to lotting tho coiltract ipr
sinking a 100-foot shaft, for vhich the
figures are already in and Waiting for.
PiM Doughnuts, Cakos, oto.
French R-.stau ant Meals Served in
Thos. Pinelli Naco, Arizona
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WH? BROPHY;- ' -sji f J. S. DOLK3LASS Vice PraMK -
n J. aUNMJNaHAMni MrJj.CUNIVINaHAn.
Foreign Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers to all
of the world.
Accounts of lndividuala,Ffirais au(j -Corporitions
solicited. tfHB: .'
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Mexican floney Bought and 5oLd
Agency for New Zealand Fire Insurance Company.
CUSN0M HOUSE BROKER
La riorita, Sonora, flexico
Houses and Lota Ilouaht and Sold ou
Hourcs lor Runt
OFFICE Ang:us Building, Room 3.
E. G. ORD CO.
and CORNICE WORK
All work done matly and
promptly. Office uextto
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0 four-room houses, new, $15 each.
ii an .loso piunpa
1 Uonu'ia luiiHu-powor.
I Ui-beo Heal Estate Co.,
E. B. flASON, iMningcr.
Schnuedinn's Jowelry Store.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-DEALERS 'IN
s & Organs.
Write for Catalogue.
Pianos on Monthly Payments.
Office-i21 1-2 South Broadway, Los Anjjeles, California.
Carries overythinc in tho Drug and ChemicaPLine, and
wo aro constantly addim;.ncv sido lino linos to.our'stock.
Ou noxt addition will bo
Wall Paper, Paints, Oil and Glass.
Samples now ready for selection.
Perfume To sweet for anything but your handkerchief.
Candy Saroni's Gold Label in original packagesonly.
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For the Literary All the late and
popular Novels ut popular -prices.
workingman's 'paper, vffcs
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