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NUMBER 106 '
Mtt Contmucs His
March to the front.
mi KE4CII DUNDEE TODAY
Ik lirffcers Art Supposed to
Yet Create Trwbfe for
Ladysmitr, May 14. Buller has an
kfray of 40,000 men pushing north into
Natal, eridcntly making- for- the Laing8
Nek Pass into the Transvaal. Buller
has fought a successful engagement on
the Blggersbttrg road in order to flank
the Boers1 -positions. The flanking
movement was successful and the Boers
are said to he retiring. Buller is ex-,
ported to reach Dundee today,
Somo dispatches say there will he
very llttlo resistance at the
Vaal. But this optimism is ac
counted for hy Roberts' Bwceping'
advance. The absence of advices from
sources concerning the Vaal defenses
eeraomlnous. It is reported the Free
statm are demoralised, and the report
seems veil founded. There is report
that the British advance will make no
farther resistance. Accordlong to re
liable reports'the burghers' forceB noar
Thab N'Churems will be held togethor
and may yet prove troublesome. Pfm
Weat Steyn is said to have kicked fid
"jambottked" seveVal Free-staters in
his rage over their refusal to fight long
er. Steyn probably has gone to Pre
toria to. confer with Kryger.
Tbe proclamation of Roberts formally
connecting the Orange Free State col
any will be issued forthwith.
A VAST HOSPITAL.
leaths f rem Exposure are Beginning
t tell on the Soldiers.
London, May 14. Bloemfontein,
which was formerly the healthiest town
In South Africa, is now a vast hospital.
It is reported that there are 2,500 cases
of enteric fever alone. The nights are
bitter cold and deaths from exposure
are beginning to be reported. None of
the correspondents agreo ns to the
number of Transvaalers who retired
from Kroonstadt; the highest estimate
is 10,000. From all accounts the re
treat was made in good order. They
saved all their guns and a quantity of
stoves. Just what preparations for de
fense the Boors aro making on the
uorth bank of the Vaal is not known,
Got What He Was Looking tor,
AUUUSTA, Ga., May 14. William B,
VTUHb (colored), who shot and killed
Aleck Whitney, a prominent white
man, yesterday evening, for not
making room for him in a srreet car,
was lynched by a mob at Grovanla nt 3
o'clock this morning.
Mswients Again Give Battle.
Manila, May 14. Col. Arthur Mur
ray, with the Forty-third Infantry, oc
cupied Hilergon and MasBin, two large
towns in the Island of Layte. The hir
(.urgents offered considerable opposi
tion, hut finally were driven ont with
heavy losses. The Americans lost three
A Speedy Event,
Judge Chisholm's celebrated Kansas
trotter "Also Ban" broke looso from
his moorings' yesterday noon and In
dulged In. u exhibition spin that for a
few mpnipntt lndo fair to alter the
topogrqphy of H.rowery avenue and re
duce the judge's Imported English trap
to, klRAUnK wPfltli "Also Kan" had
been Vnoughtleily hitched in contam
inating contiguity to a pleblun cow
posy, and, hepg ft home with a proper
regard for h!n own noble lineage, took
umbrage at wch debasing association
anfl endcavpred to remove himself and
appurtenances without procrastination.
The damages were slight.
Ah India Ovtragc,
. Mr. Grenfell Indignantly avers that
Chief Laay-Dog, Ypiuig-Mnn-Afrid-of-Soap
or omo other member of the
Ajapnfcoe trlbo cf Red Men, ms lpcd all
(e feathers from his vln- turkey's
tail piece to decorate themselves for
Saturday's parade. He says he consid
ered himself lucky UuiMiiuclt i they
did not awipe the turkey, itbclf tu aug
jp,c (ho Big Feed,
roir Miners Injured by a Blast at
the Spray Shaft.
At the Spray shaft about 10 o'clock
Saturday night four miners were in
jured by a blast. One of them. John
Kronmari, may die; the, others escaped
with slight injuries.
The men had just blasted, but in
counting the reports they made an er
ror of one shot, and deconded just in
time to receive the full force of a de
layed charge as it exploded. John
Kronman was struck by a mass of the
flying debris and injured, It Is supposed
Internally. ' Lee Borgstrom was cut
about the face and had two of his front
teeth knocked out. John Williams and
Joo Ballinger were more fortunate, es
caping with but slight cuts.
The blame, if any blame there be,
would ordlnarly rest with the men; but
as it la Impossible always accurately to
tell just how many explosions occur
during tho blasting of a round of holes,
it must be placed among those Innum
erable accidents which are unlooked
for, and therefore unavoidable.
An article recently published in tho
minlnir column of tho Review, con
cerning the Montezuma Gold Mining
oomnanv. operating in the Hauchuca
mountains, was erroneous in some re
spects. Thereforo tho Review here
with submits an accurate account of
tho company's operations: The Mon
texumaGold Mining company, operat
ing In Hartford district, is making some
wonderful rovelations In the mining in
dustry of that section of Cochise coun
ty. Henry Hamburg, the general man
ager, displayed marked ability in tne
exploitation of the seven claims that
constitute the group, showing that he
is no novice in the business. All of the
claims have received somo attention,
hut tho principal development has been
confind to the Esperanza, from which
somo excellent gold rock has been
tdken, although but little depth has
thus far been attained. From
the Monte Carlo Mr. Hamburg recently
shipped seventeen tons of ore, worth
$45.80 per ton, making an aggregate of
6770.45 for the shipment. This was
choice ore, of course, but one can read
ily conceive the richness of the depotit
when such net returns can be had under
such expensive operations as freight by
wagon, and thence by rail to eastern
reduction works. Mr. Hamburg is
also owner of three patented copper
claims in Ramsey canyon, in the same
vicinity, which aro said to be very
promising. Prof. Blake, of the Uni
versity of Arizona, has made favorable
report on the copper group, and assays
of ore from the same gave returns of 4.r)
per cent copper and 30 onnces silver.
These properties havo development to
a considerable extent, and large bodies
of high grade ore have been uncovered,
giving assurance that it is not raorely a
prospect but the making of a good
mine, With capital to operate this
group of copper properties, there Is no
doubt but what the Huachucas would
boast ono of the best producers in
Jefferies Out With a Defi.
1?ew York, May 14. Jefferies says
that If Corbett is anxious for a return
battle he will fight him within a week,
while they are yet in condition. Jef
feries says he is willing to bet $10,000
to $T,000 on himself.
"Now," said the champion, "it is tho
general thing for a champion to bo
challenged, so I challenge anybody who
wants a battle. I am willing to take
on Shnrfcey, Fitzsimmons, Ruhlin Mc
Coy or Maher, any one or all five of
the live of them."
We can't set a high price on Colonel
Bryan's talk about putting a price on
human life. Ho and the rest of the
anti-imperialist faction havo virtually
been putting a prico on the Americans
in tho Philippins by encouraging the
Tagalog insurgeants. If Col. Bryan,
who, in his military days, never quailed
before tho camera , chooses to talk about
"cowards,,' who will dare rebuke so re
nowned a warrier? Yet we suppose
that there are Republicans as well us
Dcmoeruts'and men of other parties in
tho American urmy in tho Philippines;
and when the list of cowards is made
up, those men or imitations of men that
slobber over the r.rmed onomics of their
country and urge them on to shoot
down American soldiers will be found
to head it.
THKKK has boon a strong tarnish of
blood on tho faco of tho political moon
In Louisiana, Senator Don Caffory de
layed M return to Washington several
days In order to give the governor of
that stato a fair opportunity to send a
challenge.. It has been a long tiino
since wo lmvo had the spectacle of a
duel between such distinguished pa.v
tlcluants as. senator and gvexnor
Building improved by
m'kinLey portrait in position
Commissioner Peck Made a Good
Talk and Was Gracefully
Paris, May 14. The formal opening
of the American National Pavilion at
the exposition took place today. From
the appearance of tho building, which
is not much of an artistic triumph, has
been improved by the erection of some
fine statuary, while tho interior has
been beautified with frescoes, draper
ies, etc. The central position in the
main hall is occupied by the big .por
trait of McKinley.
The ceremony of opening began at
2:30 p. m. when Mr. M. Pickard, com
mander general of the exposition, en
tered the building on the arm of Pnpf.
Woodward, assistant commissioner of
general of the United States. Sou'sa's
band was stationed near the entrance
and as M. Pickard entered played "The
Marsoillais." Commissioner General
Peck met the French commissioner at
the door and escorted hinr to the ro
tunda. In turning tho buildings over
to the exposition Mr. Peck said:
"The great nation which I have the
honor to represent rejoices to have
been permitted to ereot this structure
in the street of the nations. It is my
duty and pleasure to transfer to you
this edifice which Is a gift of the na
tion, gladly united with other nations,
in bringing here its products as a con
tribution to a great peace festhyilso
"I know my countrymen will join me
in the sentiment of vive Commissioner
General Pickard; vlve L'Exposltlon,
vlve L'France. Then Mr. Peck pre
sented Mr. Pickard with a gold key
pendant as a souvenir of the occa
sion." Mr. Plekard responded to Mr. Peck's
speech with a brief appreciative ad
dress and the ceremony concluded!
The Red Men.
Tho annual pow-wotf of the Improved
Order of Red Men of the reservation of
Arizona, came off Saturday afternoon
and evening and Bisbee was taken pos
session of by the sons of the forest. .
Tho parade, as noted in the columns
of the Review Saturday afternoon,
was a success in overy detail, the turn
out being tho most complete ever at
tempted by any fraternal organization
in Arizona. Something more than one
hundred Red Men were in procession
several visitors from afar joining to
swull tho ranks' of tho order, their
unlque'costumes adding to the gaiety of
the scene and contributing to the en
joyment of the throng of spectators
who,had assembled to witness the event
of the year in Bisbee.
After the afternoon's perform
ance a carefully prepared programme
was carried out at the opera house,
when addresses, songs, dances and
many entertaining specialties contrib
uted to the enjoyment of the large as
semblage who had been specially in
vited. It is said by those who were
present to have been a success in every
Tho original poem by B. Franklin
Moore is regarded with much favor, as
were also many of the . other special
numbers. A lack of spaco precludes
tho publication of the poom today, but
it will appear In tomorrow's Issue of the
Steamer Robert Dollar Sails for Nome
Seattle, Wustu,, The steamer Rob
ert Dpllar, with, $hc largest expedition
as to number of passengers and amount
of freight dispatched this season to
Ca.pp Nome, sailed lust night,, It took
37$ passengers and a cargo ef 120 tone
New York, May 14,. Silver was
quoted today at 60 cents, and coper at
Charley and Mrs. Perry mourn tho
loss of their 13-month's old boy, who
(Hod Sunday morning acd vtW Interred
Malachite Cigar Store,
Candies and Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco
r A SPECIALTY. :-:
4-11-44 MAIN. Street.
DAN RANKING :: Pripriettr
An Eye lor Style
"Where mre yu going my pret
"I go promadlnjr. sir " the said.
- uan i
with you, my pretty
"Did Chambarne make your
Wheeler & Perry
Wbf lesale art
California Powder Works
Blasting, Sporting and Hercules
XXX Caps and TT Fuse.
Nos. 36 Hi 38 Congress Street
TUCSON - - ARIZONA
The Big Brick on the corner
of Congress and Court streets.
M Class files, Liprs, Cps
Always on hand.
LARGEST IN THE SOUTHWEST
TUCSON - .- -' ARIZONA
When In Tucson
Stay at tne
Coolest K.jjtas in the city.
Hates from 60 cents up.
HJr WM. R
WM. REID, Proprietor
EVerythli! for. tlic Offlcc,
Blank books. Typewriter Supplies, Office
Furniture, Kubber Stoinps and Seals, Sport
ing Goods, Cloth and Paper Novels, School
books and Supplies. Fine Stationery, En
graved Visit ins Card. Agency for Standard
Patterns, Mall orders filled the day re-
Y. G. MED1G0VICH
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
GAME RECilVED (KK
LiQUors. wines Giaars and Tobaccos. .
when you want a genuine
yi and a good smoko, tall fdr the J
L,a9 Dos' Naciones,"
adelu Noxales For sate everywhere'
HOWARD & SMITH
Nurserymen and Florists
All kinds of Garden Plants, Shade
and Fruit Treat. Umbrellas four feet
high 60 cents each.
A fine line of Cut Flowers. Liberal
discount on orders of $10 or over.
P. O. BOX NO. 484
Los Angeles, California.
T. METZ, Prop'r.
"' Soda water,
Ginger-ale, Etc., Ktc
Order from aboad will re
ceive prompt attention
C4aOiJrs far theoltr of tiltbeo will be
delivered free without Atlnt. Famllv erdr
KO,.t SALK: Um four (4) room
liouiT l llrevery Gulch. Apply to
o to O K Livery JJVvblWi, if YW Wilt
'oed driving teams., i
Why in thunder don't jou have your
claims patented und avoidassessment ?
See the Southwestern Engineers' ad,
Found, -On'jr'ttin street, close to the
Fair, the nicest pluco in town to sit
down and have a glass of beer, some
Old Homestead whisky or n Havana.
Call in Palace Saloon, claim article and
pay reward. ml4,lw
' FOR SALE Choice mik cans. Ap
ply to L. J. Overlook. M12-2w
GIRL WANTED immediately. Ap
ply at this oflice, lw
FOUND Between Bisbee and Naco, a
pocketbook. Owner can have same, by
calling at this office.
Second-hand goods bought-, and- sold
at E. Q. Ord Co., plumbing and tinning
Queen rharmacy, forphotographic sup
pliea. - 21 tf
FOR SALE: A boarding house.
Apply at this otic.
Jttst received, a uew line of shirt
waists, at Blewott's. M20-tf
OttoKorb, Grand OiMnjillor, K,P.
Boonvil le, Ind., saye, "De Witts Witch
Haze Salve soothes the moat delicate
kin and htals the most stubborn ulcer
wift certain ami gocd results." Cures
es and skin diseased. Don't buy an
imitation. Copper Queen store and
Bubee Drug Co. "
Barney's Place, Main St.
N. Goldstein, p
Ladiess' and Gents'
furnishing Goods,. Clothing, j
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Etc. i
,-3::p4&&::;&:& ;?!.; ::: :: !
Two Prices on Two Kinds of
Especially Good Wrapper.
1 1 ' t
t e t.
Made of Erfcelleat
... i r ll . 4-4- -... . r ...-1 4..
m the prices, were twice as much. m
jj To bring1 to your attention our wrapper stock
f$ a far better stock of good wrappers than has i
fl? aver' been shown here" before we make this spe- W
cial offering. 5
85 Cents and $As
ft- "irTvankiriBcrH 4n rrmi otvi- ft
SUirrLK UULEN MUKL
ssKfasslsssssssKPrlSlw V ''
ftHICH PATENT '1
I WJI.I'jh.J1 Jaikiia i gimatA !xt4 d fJsB!WJ',
fc" wrlv V
and CORNICE WORK ' '
All woik done neatly and , , ,
promptly. Office next to m -
the Brewery. .-.
Henry IL Tietjet .. .
BOOT AND StfOOIAKra.- r
Main St. Opposite .-i 1
Ladies' and Gents' furnishings:' . ,'
and FANCY GOODS. - J
Second-Hand Goods., LBrewery Areau. ' "
C. J. BADOVICH
i ' J ' t I
Staple and fancv Ortcertes: "
Candies, Nuts, Etc ,;J
M. J. Johnson
Houses and Eota Bought and. Soli oa. ; -.,
Houses for Rent. t '
Money Loaned. 'r
OFFICE Aaglus Building, Room . '
J. C RAUB.
MAIN STREET, ABOVE
REPAIRS AND RENTS BICYCLES
Novalir worlts. Gups, Looks. Btarolac susd
Sewlnr Machines repaired. Say- fAOx? a
' '1j!' "'"'Vs.
A4 )ij s :nf 3C:v
, . fiWaJB$iftK
Quality Calicos, in' neat, ft
i M4-i.1l . r. 4-1. .-. .v.1. ."
' Housekespers ,; :
Most Economical, bein
uniform, reliable, and con
taining the highest pro
portionate nutritive value.
Ask your grocet for it,
Every sack guaranteed.
nil: Milling CUNT
Manufacturers and Jobv
bers., D.ealets in. grains J