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EVENING, MAY ib, ,1900
fear Elements of Peril
SALISBURY IfAS THE JIM-JAMS
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Britain's Premier ice's Phantom
London, May iO.--rioferrlng toE.ng
'8 foreign -relations, Sallsburytn
speech yesterday said:' "Th'e
monace'anu peril were siyiy ivcuuiuu
lilting arid might roach a point requir
ing the government's earnest efforts to
repel them. Affairs bo far as foreign
governments wdro'coriccrncd, ho said,
were peaceful;"' buti' added the "pre
mier, "We have hb security andMio
confidence in tho yynipatliy'of other
nations,' except in tho'efflcicnoy of our
own defense and in the strength of our
own right arm. 'Everywhere- the
power of offense Is increasingand who
kneiwa but all might b'b united in brie
groat Wave to'daah upon our shores.
Reviewing history wo gee the maritime
provinces' of those powers,' and'we
must direct a blow at' thoiK heart. It
is unwise fdrtis'to depend too mnch on
our navy". ' Continuing, ' ; Salisbury
says: "Tho peopl'd must',pxtt th'em
selvos In condition to 'defend their
homes. Rillofelubs should' bo formed;
injfcvory district, and' 'every English
man should'mako' himSelf'co'mptent to
tneet the invading enemy. '' Ttiori
continued tho premier, t(w6 shall have
force vhlch' will make any assailant's
cnanceft bo buV'that no assailant' would
appear againstus." Salisbury speech'
left his audience in a state of stuplfica
ton, "believing that' only some now arid
great peril to tho empire could have
inspired it, " '
A Discovery Believed to Be offthe
' " ' Greatest Importance;
CAMUuiDai' Mass., "May 10. Prof.
Trobridgo bf the1 Jefferson Physical
laboratory, has perfected a, now
metJiod'of' obtaining x-rays. Hereto
fore 1he cUrrets of electricity used in
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makhag photographs havo been fluctua
ting, triaking ' pictures of uncertain
vuluo to .surgeon's. Prof, Trowbridge
has sucee'efll'd'in' getting a steady cur-i-ent
and thb ' pictures laken by hisfsyui
tern arc rahiiu-kablo "for the clear and
l!ftinct outline of th muscle)', and'
lmiC! of th subject.' From all appear
anew the filHCov'ery will'boof tho great
est use to'surgeons and'in the study of
anatomy. " '
" EDITOR JlMlWjRlflAN SHOT.
Street Fight in Jacksonville Overe
Jacksonville, Fla May 10. The
fight between tho Plant pystem and tho
Atlantic, Valdosta and Westorn rail
vrby to obtain new franchises for street
railways here resulted today in a shoot
ing affray la the street, between C. W.
Stanxall, alderman from tho Seventh
ward, and A. W. "Williamson, publisher
of tho Florida Journal.. Stanxell was
badly wounded in lha. back, while Wil
liamson received a severa wound in tho
thigh. Tho contest for tha franchises
has been hot. On Sunday Williamson's
paper had'.an editorial accusing Stan
zell and' other aldormen of accepting
brlboV' StJanzoll was called "thlof and
blbe'takor,'' rind tho editorial wound
up with this: "If these charges were
made against an honarablo man it
would mean a funeral." Tho above Is
the remit of a meeting between tho
parties in tho street this morning.
Welcott Elected Chairman-McWnley
Denver, Colo., May 10. The-Republican
State convention was held
hgre.' today at the Broadway theatre
with a largo enthusiastic and briilant
gathering. Senator Wolcott, ,who was
elected temporary chairman, roceived
an ovation. Ho made a speech whlqh
was largely dofenslvo and eulogistic of
After the appointment of, commltteps
the convention adjourned until this aft
ernoon. Senator Wolcott will doubtless
t.eWtho Colorado delegation (to Philadelphia.
WANTS TO WED' AT 74.
Wealthy Miss Pierce's Relative? Try
to Prevent her Marriage to a
Boston, May 10. Miss loulse Pierce
of Newton, who is 14 years old and
whealthy, and Charles Hall Barnes, 32
years old, a resident of Boston, applied
for a marsriago licenso today. Assist
ant Uogistar'Ridcout dld.not grant tho
licenso, although ho did riot actually
rofuso to isauo one. Later in the day
tho couple again visited t'o old Court
House building, but Mr.. Rideouf'had
in the meantime communicated with'
the Newton. Chief of Police and also
with a "relative by marriage of the
would-bo bride. Both persons asked
him to be. very careful about 'granting
When Dr. Shea, of the -Board of
Hcalth'attemptod to ask Miss Pierce a
few questions, Dr. Barnes hurriedly
ledhor'out to a carrlago and drovo
away; To every question arisen ujr jur.
Itideout Miss Pierce had one ariswor:
"I came hore to meot Dr. 'Barnes', n al
though that person was standing be
'A' week.ago Barnes secured a marri
age license in West Newton, but owing
tb' tho fact that he gave his place of res1
fdehce as 'BMtoh,,;atiother license was
necessary from tills city before the cer
emony could be 'legally performed.
Fiends of 'hie old woman 'have tried to
prevent her marlmonal venture, but
without success, he has known Barn
es 'only a short tlmo and Is said to bo
worth Sli)0;000. '
ST. LOUIS CQNVEIHTipN.
Sorinafield Rifles and Bullets a
k" ' ' for the Strikers. v "'
St. Louis, May 10. The running of
the Bulurban cars was resumed at 6
o'clock this morning with 'from four to
six policemen 'on each car. At
o'clock' General Manager Jenkins an
nounced thirty five-cars running on
'schedule time oa tho main line. This,
he said, was the usual number. Sev
eral cars were also started.oh the M era
mac and Oullon Prfrk' lines: Along
the' rbiito 'police were'8tatlonodf and
crowds wero not permitted' to congre
gate. The St. Louis 'Transit company
has as yet maderp effort to"movo any
of its cars. Thisiorning 500 Spring
field rifles and 2,Q0) rounds of ammuni
tion arrived at ,the Fodr Courts from
'Jefferson City. Chief of Police Camp
bell says other consignment of arms are
on tho way. " Governor' "Stevenson arid
Attorney Geneva! Crow arrived this
morning. J '
London, May 10. Roberts reports
at noon his success in crossing tho Zand.
Ho engaged the Boers who retreated
before him. There is sharp fighting
going on today north of the Zand, with
tho' artillery playing n leading rolo in
the battle. The Boers arc well suppli
ed with "guns, as, was shown by tho
fierce fire they opened on Hutton Mon
day when he retreated to overtake
their convoy. Tho Boors used ten guns,
two of which wero "Long Toms." Tho
military men believo Roberts is now
storming tho oliter defenses of Kroon
stadt. The railroad between Brandfort
and Smaldeel has been repaired so that
supplies can now bo pushed to Smaldeel
and Wlndburg which place now con
stitute the British advance.
Roberts has won a light on ths Zand
river. The Boers arc in full retreat.
Neely Will not Confront Our Civil
WASHINGTON, May, 10. Tho presi
dent and secretary Root, Attorney
Goneral Briggs and Postmaster General
Smith held a conference this afternoon
over tho Neely case. It was decided
that Neeley be tried in Havana and
Governor Roosevelt bo asked to deliver
up tho prisoner to the military author
ities, who will transport him to Cuba
for trial. The president and his three
cabinet ministers agreed that a search
ing investigation be mado into the
financial affairs of the postotnee, and
that at once, Postmaster-General
Smith announced that ho will star-
Auditor Laaheo, and Expert Account
ant Nottleton to Havana tomorrow ana
will send others within a few days.
Tho A. &S. E. passenger is delaysd
on account c f a leaking boiler. It may
bo two or three hours late. At the
tlmo of goinjg to press tho Review can
not loam exactly at what hour tho
train will arrive
A Steady Prairie Breeze
Swayed the Meeting.
Patterson of Colorado Dl
lates Upon the Principles
' of Populism.
Sioux Falls, May 10.Clear weath
er 'with' a steady prairie breeze that
swayed the canvass walls of the' peoples
party meeting place, again favored
the delegates to the National Conven
tion at the opening of the second day's
"Tho vice presidential situation re-,
mains practically the solo subject of
discussion. Two men won a victory at
the meeting of tho .committee on cre
dentials, tnrough tho adoption of a re
port refusing representation to states
not'actually represented on the floor.
Governor Pbynter, of Nebraska, read
the credentials of. tho committee's re
port, which was adopted without dis
cussion. Cheors greeted Gary Brown, of Mas
sachusetts, when ho read tho report
naming T. M. Patterson, of Denver,
for permanent chairman. Patterson,
when Introduced, mado a speech thank
ing the delegates for the Jionor con
ferred upon himself and his. state and
spoke at length on tho principles of
The attendance, in tho tent is confined
almost exclusively to tho delegates, j
probably not over 100 spectators being
After Patterson's speech an adjourn
ment was taken, the platform not being j
ready yet. It Is quite evident that be
fore nightfall, W. J. Bryan will be
noinlnated for president.
Cincinnati Populist Conventiion.
CINCINNATI, May 10.-The Populist'
National Convention adopted Vhelr
platform this morning, which demand
the'' Initiative and referendum, also
the public ownership of railroads, tele
graph and' telephone lines, coal mines
and public utilities. The platform de
clares that alien ownership of land bo
prohibited whenever used for specula
tive purposes, and demands absolute
paper money based upon the wealth and
popularity of tho nation, not redeem
able in any specific commodity, and fa
vors tho free colnago of silver. The
platform1 was adopted, with only twenty
dissenting votes against and three
hundred .favoring. The plan of party
organization was also adopted. A com
mittee of three from each state was ap
pointed. After a wranglo Wharton Barker of
Philadelphia was nominated for presi
dent on the second ballot, Ignatius
Donnely was nominated vice-presi
dent by acclamation.
SAE: Onn fom
in Brewery Gulch.
Ho to O K Livery Stable, 1' roa want
nod Hvini? 'mik,
All Work Guaranteed
Or Money Refunded.
OflUc, Nob Hill.
Alf. TELLMAN - Proprietor
O. K. MARKET
FIRST CLASS PHOENIX BEEF,
Mutton, Pork and Veal Sausage, for
eign and domestic, constantly on hand.
0. K. STREET, OPP. CARRETTO'S
A. BAUER, . , , . Proprietor
Good Sorvlce.and Prompt At
tention. Satisfaction Guaran
teed! W N... Edwards, flropf
, Lcavo orders with 'S. K. WiUlatas. ,
The Improved Order of Red Men tf
the Reservation of Arizona
The hunting grounds of Blsbco will
bo alive with Cocbie Tribe No. 7 on the
Sleep of 12Sunof Flower Moon O. S. D.,
409. They will scoul from tho opera
house at 2 o'clock p. m.
Great, preparations are being mado
by the Rod Men to mako this dccaslbn
one long to bo remembered;' Tho pa
rade will bo the grandest fraternal dis
play ever witnessed in Arizona. Tne
members' of tiio order will paratlo in
costume becoming tho tribe, and as tho
oJder-ia noted for not doing anything by
halves, thoso who attend the cntortain-ment-and
witness the parado will have
nothing to regret.
The Cochise Review is requested to
extend an invitation to 'all vlslilng
members in good standing to take part
Following is tho programiric:
Master of Ceremonies; James Farley
Address H. W. Studley
Song.... Miss N. Hughes
Original Poem B. Franklin Moore
Song Mr. H. Hanson
"Strathspey" Miss Petrio
Song and Dance ..Miss M. Plttroff
Reading. ;. v. F. Sutter
Highland Fling v
Mlssr Petrle and Miss Murray
Song Miss B. Wlttlg
Specialty.;...;. ..'..:..., .'
-...-..Messrs Campbell and Anderson
Song Mrs. J. J. Harrington
Song f Mr. Tehaney
Sword Dancc.Mlss Petrie and Murray
(Music by Piper D. Frazer.)
Reading A. S. Washer
Song.;'. Mrs. J. J. Bowen
Messrs. Hughes, Leggett. Hanleyand
Double Clog Dance "...
, Messrs. Harrington and Allison
(Music by Hempeland Smith.)
The Best in the Land.
Judge Chisholm sprung into promin
enco yesterday when he purchased an
up-to-dato shay and a 2:10' spacer. He
has moro friends now than ever before
and that is saying a good deal. The
outfit is about '"the best that has yet
been introduced into the copper camp,
and those who havo worn their boots
out climbing hills are clamboring for a
dash behind the blooded animal. Up
to date only 2,000 applications have
been registered for the "first splu," all
! of which havo been registered and "pre-
fAYWArl" nffnt. t.Ko 4ftk Qfcitat.nf Instal
... ' .. -,. . . . ,.
.breath taken away by the fleet-footed
animal from the range.
' CAN CAN
Open' Day and
Short Orders a Specialty
' Meals at All Hours . . .
L Carretta k C., FroBletorrs.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
OTTQ QEIS'.NHOFER Prop.
Bus , Arisonn, May . PO.
To Frmli Bobb, bis heir or bmI?m: Yoil
are haraby no titled that I have expended
durlnv the year 1889 100 on the Little ary
mine and SUA on the Brama mine, situated In.
Warren ilinlBir llinti lot, eo nty of Coehlse.
Territory of ArUoan. location notices of
both of whloh ore, recorded In theotflooof
the County Recorder, In Hook of Mine, Mil -Inir
Kcoordr of Cooh e county, Arliouu. In
order to hold a tld claims under the provi
sion of Section 'Hi 1 uf the Revised otututes
of the Ualted Stuto and the amendments
th retqconoernlng annual labor upon mln-
inc claims, it ocinir tne amount roi 11 rod tu
hold sale olatm fur tho period ending; )o
imoer 11, isw.
And If within ninety (All days utter the
publication her of you f 11 or refute to con
rlbute your propo tlon of said expeudl
tura .sco-owner, yeur interest in the said
mln tig claims will become the property of
the subscriber, your eo-owner, who h
iniule the required expenditure by the terns
of sal section 2321. , . .
(Signed) GfcOKGB ' ERNARD,
Ti st publication Ut a. 1 a
The Jersey Dairy
A. W. STRUHM, Pr.
Pure, Fresh Milk delivered to all parts of
the city every avenloe. .Pue Cream 1 larga
or small quantities. The only dairy in B s-
anted. Leave order at tho Struant Beard
wines, liquors and Clears.
B. W. Vucuvlch, ,Br,ewervAvei!ueJ..
GIRL WANTED limnediatelr. Ap
ply at thh office, ' lw
Found Betweea Blsbco and Nacb, a
pocketbook. Owner can have same by
calling at this office.
Second-hamd, goete Wuffht aad sold
at E. G. bra Co., pluilbiJag and tinning
Queen Pharmacy, forphotographlc sup
piiet. h- , .'21
Just received a now
vaiFta, at Blevrett'a.
OttoKjrb, Grn1Chvlhr, K P.
Boon4, le. Ind.", says, ".DeWitU Witch
Hht 8aive soothes "tut aaost deitcata
ski 1 and htals the moat stubbo-n nice t
witt certain and gotd retnlta." Caret
es'and skin diwasen. Don't bay aa
nitation. Copper Quesa store aad
', ifben Drun Co. t
Hole in the Wall ?"
' c. M. HUckle, PractrcH
Main Street:, Bisbee.'
I. i. KRALLMAN
Carpenter and Builder
Barney's PiACB, Main St.
N. Goldstein, itor
Ladless' and Gents'
furnishing Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shws, ltd
Malachite Cigar Store,
Candies and Fruits,
Cigars and Tobadco
:-: A SPECIALTY. ::
4-11-44 MAIN. Street.
DAN HANKINS : : : Proprietor.
JL A sljady spot, a cool breeze, interesting reading M
$ matter,, a hammock, and such things' as trouble are fll
fL forgotten. The very microbes of la jiness and luxtir-
ft ious. ease seem to hover
Lie in them 'once and you have the disease of jji
ft do-nothing in its most virulent form. .
ft A hammock is a hammock, nevertheless new.
2J This season's hammocks are better than the carried-
ft over kind. Ours are new,
Pull colored, extra fine, fancy, close ft
weave, full, wavv woven valance m
pillow and concealed
BUT THERE) ARE $4.50, $4.00, $2.50,
CHEAPER ONES... and $1.50.
Hammock Hooks, Extra Stronf, 25 Cents a fair..
COPPER QUEEN STORE.!
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The California Market,
KENNEY BROS, FnprlutHS.
Fresh Beef, Muttoa, Pork, Veal, Sttiif a, -Btc.
Choice Cuts Meat only.
Fresh Bread Daily.
Qpods. JtSfcttTfi&m'&tf oT O own. mi
E. G. ORD CO,
I COVflCpt Wokk
All work dona nutlf aad
ptly. Office aaxtto
Henry H. TJgtjei . ,
OOf ANH HQCIfUtU.
fcepolHnc K eatly
U4le$' art Geits' rifiiti
JtA f AKCT OOOBH.
C. J. RADOVICH
Stifle imI fitw Cficcrkt
Cartlcs, Nits. Etc
- Houses and Lata Bovfht aai MIn
Homes lor Rent
OFFICE-Abc'm sUriisHsff. R 3
J. C RAUB.
MA.IN STREET, ABO.VB
PALACE 81 ABLE
REPAIRS AND RENTS WCYCUS
Movel 7 work. Guns, Loek
ka. Rteyelet w
Key astlsaT a
8awlB aahlnea reQalred
Kfmbter mcjcies tor sale.
O; K. St., MlkM.
Atest forCallfo Stir' Wserjr
ALFRED NYHAN .
Chris Hansel's PUct
Courteous Treatmnnt., ,
about these hammocks, of !!?
everyone of. them. ,
spreader. Size. S A A i&
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