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BISBEE, ARIZONA. TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 29, 1900
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ment to be Voted On
ST. ' LOUIS OETS $50,000.
Oleomargerine is Not Strong
Drouth For The House
Washington, May 20. The house
committee on rules today decided to
bring in a rule tomorrow for the con
sideration of trust measures proposed
by the house judicial-- committee. The
discussion will continue Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday. There will be a
vote on the proved constitutional
amendment at 3 p. m. Thursday and on
the proposed bill at 4 p. m. Friday.
The house committee at a meeting
today decided to report the Grout bill,
taxing oleomargerine, when colored as
butter, ten cents per ponnd. The vote
was 10 to 7.
The senate committe on appropria
tions today decided unanimously to
amend the sundry civil appropriation
bill. Added as a rider: St. Louis world's
fair appropriation, $50,000, together
with $10,000 to be immediately appli
cable for expense of commission.
Washington, May 2!). The demo
crats of the house will hold a caucus to
night for the purpose of determining
their attitude toward the anti-trust
legislation which the republicans pro
pose to adopt this week. Democrats
profess to believe the republicans are
not sincere in their objection, to trusts,
and will seem to adopt a program, but
will make their own iwsition clear and
at the same time develop campaign
material. Republicans, on the other
hand, think that by proposing the leg
islation they have put the democrats in
a, hole and propose to keep them there.
Will Thump a few Easy Ones for a
New Yobk, May 2(1. Today Tom
Sharkey was matched to meet Yank
Kenny in a 25-round contest before the
Broadway Athletic club on June 8th.
The sailor also agreed to meet Herb
Miller, a neophite in the heavy-weight
class, in a six round goat Philadelphia,
June 11. These bouts are to be in the
natuae of obtaining oxorciso for tho
sailor, who meets Kid McCoy Juno
He Talks About the Vice-Pesidential
Washington, May 20. -Hamm in a
recent conversation insisted that no
man has any certainty of receiving the
vice-presidential nomination at Phila
delphia next month. He thinks tho
matter will not bo settled until the
convention takes up the matter in earn
est. In other words, the convention
will not bo a "cut and dried allair."
Destructive Blaze At fort Worth,
Four Wouth, Tex., Muy 21). Fire
and water this morning destroyed
property valued at nearly $100,000.
Tho losses are the Nash Hardware Co.,
the Goldstein Dry Goods Co. and Ed
wards wholesale bakery. Tho insur
ance amounts to about W0,000. The
family of W. U. Griswold almost per
ished before being rescued by llremen.
A lamp explosion started the lire.
fIRE INDER CONTROL.
But the Extent of the Damage to the
Calumet Is Unknown.
Detroit, Mich., May 20. -A local
lirm of brokers leceived the following
dispatch this morning from Its agents
at Calumet: "The tire which started
Saturday evening in Shaft No. 2 of tho
Calumet and Hechi mine is now under
control. Extent of damage done is not
j ct known."
I especially invite ladies to call on
mo who have troubles with their ejes,
have headache or nervous troubles. It
will cost you nothing to talk about your
ey'es and it may be of buneilt to you.
Db. Ida A. nniiRENDT.
CLARK IN LICK.
Gives Doc. Morris $14,000,000 far
- Marrying His Daughter.
New York, May 20. Tho charity
wards of most of tho big hospitals in
the city are bright with color today, as
a result of tho Clark-Morris wedding in
St, Thomas' chui ch yesterday. After
the festivities had ended, about mid
night, the llowera with which the
church and the homo of the brido's
siter had been decorated, and which
cott a small fortune, were distributed
in the various hospitals. The flower,
distributed were 40,000 blossoms, of
Which l(),00(Uvere winter lilies, 10,000
viwcs. .'5000 peoneas, 2000 orchids, and
others in proportion.
Dr. Lewis Rutherford Morris and his
bride, formerly Miss Katherine Clark,
started on their honeymoon trip about
midnight. They had tho comforting
assurance as they departed that for
some time at least the wolf would be
kept from tho door, as the brido has
received from her father, ex-Senator
Clark, a wedding gift of $14,000,000.
The fact was made known by intimate
friends of the family. This gift was in
addition to valuable jewelry, costing
thousands of dollars, which the senator
bestowed upon his daughter, and which
were the most conspicuous of the four
hundred and twenty-five articles re
ceived by the bride.
Are Looking for a Great fight. when
Ryan and McCoy Meet.
Chicago, May 20. Interest in to
night's McCoy-Ryan mill has increased
to a point where a record-breaking at
tendance is expected. Ryan rested
quietly after his work yesterday. He
said: "I think I am as strong as any
fighter of my weight. I am feeling fine
and think I can win. I know as much
about McCoy and his style as any one.
His talk of whipping me in three rounds
is a pleasantry on his part."
McCoy entertained a party of local
sporting men at Varnell's road-house,
where he is putting the finishing touch
on his training. He boxed two rounds
with Billy Stift and followed with a
short bout with Jack O'Brien of Phila
delphia. GOOD ECLIPSE.
It Killed a Richmond, Virginia,
Richmond, May 20. Fright over the
eclipse of the sun caused the death of
Emma Hill, a negro woman of this city,
yesterday. She was stricken vith par
alysis. The colored population is in a
stato of great excitement over her
Kansas City Stock Market.
Kansas City, Mo., May 28. Cattle
GOO; steady to lower; strong top,
$5.25. Native steers, $4.0(a;5.15;
Western steers, f-.00(fl5.05; Texas
and Indian $4.00(a4.75; dogie butchers,
S4.OO0H2T); eows heifer.-, $2.00(a)4.00;
build, $3.00ftf4.00: stags, &'l.7o(G.l.);
calves, $r.00(a7.00; blockers feeders,
$4.00(2.5.50; stock cows, hoifers, M.OO
Hogs 0,000; steady 7 to 10 lower.
Top $5.10, bulk $4.90(a5.00, light,
84.90(ctY).0.", extreme range, $3.505.20;
light, $4.05 (?$o.00; medium, fM.90(a
$3.00; heavy $5.00(rt$5,10; pigs and
ruogh packing, $3.50(ci?$4.80.
Sheep 5,500; steady; spring larabf,
$5.50(W)7.50; clipped lambs, $3.35t.O0
wool mutton $3,50(j&.05; clipped mut
ton sheep, $4.10(a;$4.50.
Kansas City, Muy 20. Cattle re
ceived, 0,000; steady to lower. Top,
$5.55; native steers, $4.50(a$5.55; wesl
ero steers, $4.0O(tf$5.O0; Texas and In
dian steers $4.O0(g$4.i0; cown and heif
ers, $.00(i$4.85; bulls, $3.O0(a$4.O0;
stockers feeders, $4.00(ft$5.00.
Kogs racelved, 18,000; $5.00 (g$10.00
lower; top $5.00; bulk 0.8O$4.OO;
light, $4-800(m.05; medium, $4.80(
$4.85; mixed, 4.80($4.00; heavy, $4.00
(?$5.05; pigs, and rough packing, $.'1:50
Louisville, Ky., May 2!). Although
the Confederate rounlon will not be for
mally opened until tomorrow, an ad
vance guard of veterans is already
here, and each train that conies brings
its additions. Tho most distinguished
urrivalof yestetday tvas Gen. -Stephen
D. Leu of Mississippi, cousin to Gen.
Robert E. Leo and ij lieutenant-general
In tho Confederacy The preparation
for tho reunion aru now practically
Will Let Him Ride.
NEW York, May 20. The life sus
pension of "Major" Taylor from the
rank of professional riders has been
removed. At the meeting of the exe
cutive committee of American Racing
CvelUts Union held yesterday at Vain-
burg it was decided to remit the sun-
pun-ion upon payment of $500. Tho I
lino will be paid.
Burghers are fortifying
A WARNING f ROM KRUGER.
He Tells the People of Johannes
burg they Remain at the
Peril of Their Lives.
Lorknzo Marqukz, May 29. Km
ger has issued a proclamation warning
Johannesburghors that they remain in
the place at the peril of their lives, and
that it will probably be necessary to
destroy the town and mines.
Capk Town, May 20. Au interview
with Kruger is published-here in which
he is asserted to have declared pos
itively that the Boers will destroy the
LONDON, May 20. Everybody is now
predicting as to the date Lord Roberts
will enter Pretoria. Some put it as
early as this Saturday, some four
weeks from now, June tho twentieth is
the favorite date as it is ascension day
and "Bobs" has a weakness for making
big deeds coincide with public dates.
Latest dash forward, which last night
brought the British army within a
day's march of Johannesburg furnishes
fresh evidence of the non resistance of
the Boers. With exception of some
fighting on French's front and to the
left, not a shot was fired apparently in
the advance. The Boer's running re
treat looks very much like demoriliza
tlon. Dispatches from Pretoria are
conflicting. Some say '.the Boers are
preparing to flee at the first sight of
Roberti. Others are positive that
everybody is working overtime at the
Capital defenses. The British concen
trating at Mafeklng art active. They
have occupied Zeerust, northeast of
Mafeklng, and also are reported to be
marching on Lychtenberg, on the road
to Johannesburg. An attack on Pre
toria from the direction of Mafeklng
probably is not regarded as an impossi
bility by Transvaalere, which may
account for their rapid retreat toward
their capital. Time Is now short for
the Boers to put into execution their
threat of destroying tho Johannesburg
New York, May 20. (Bulletin)
Since daylight a heavy bombarement
of tho Boer emplacements has been in
progress. The enemy only replies oc
casional aud a strong stand by he
Boers is not expected.
Kl.il' RIVER, May 28-(Delayed)
Roberts has announced the annexation
of the Orange Free State to the British
Empire under the title of "Orange
River State." -
Will Henor The Day.
All the business housos will be closed
to-morrow afternoon in honor of Me
Tht Caviness brothers of Naco hare
In their possession a Bisbee dog, owner
unknown. They would return him
could they but learn his antecedents.
nThe largest mas- of copper ever found
in the world weighed 527 tons. It was
taken from the old "Minnesota" mine
in the Lake Superior region. Pros
pector. The Coppor Queen company, Bisbee,
Arizona, purifies water for the free use
of its employes. After distillation it is
pumped into tanks to cool. Mining &
A raffle occurred last night at A.
Champagne's place of business. The
prizes were two canes. George Han
nlger won first prize; the second was
secured by Jack Sherry.
An important strike of sulphide and
carbonate ores was made lust week, at
a depth of 105 feet, in the La Royal
claim of the Helvetia Copper company.
Wants Correspondents in
every Mining Camp, Mine
and Ranch in the county.
Address this office for particulars.
SAY MAC jSJLL RIGHT.
Methodist Conference Refuses to Cen-
sire President McKinley.
Chicauo, May 20. Tho Methodist
conference considered an important
question today. It refused to censuro
President McKinley fdr his act in rela
tion to the unti-canteen law. The re
port of the committee on temperance
contained an attack upon the president
and the attorney general of the United
States, practically accusing them of de
featlng tho measure,. But friends of
McKinley rallied to his support and he
ODDS AND ENDS.
It is noticeable that Tucson is prepar
ing to get buncoed by the Gamewell
fire alarm system. Gazette.
Paul the tailor has just received a
hill line of the latest patterns in woolen
trousers. At his shop you select your
clothing from the cloth, not from
WANTED. A llr,-l-class cook. Ap
J. C. Callauhan,
C. Q. Store.
The United Globe commenced last
Sunday to ship ore to El Paso. The
shipments will run about 1,5000 tons
per month. Arizonii Blade.
Prof. A. R. Cassells, the barber who
conducts the neat little two-chair barber
shop adjoining the Walters shoe store,
on Brewery Gulch avenue, hus the
neatest, cleanest and most up-to-date
place In Bisbee to drop into and get a
flrst.-class shave, shampoo or hair-cut.
Your patronage Is solicited. Give him
a call and you will be treated with
neatness and dispatch.
Where are you going? To Palace
Saloon where we can get a good drink
and a cigar worth smoking. Come and
try tho SolidSllver cigars. They are out
Let a man play soldier for nine
months or hold a city or county office
for one term, and he thinks he can't do
anything else. Silver Belt.
Why don't you get your old harness
repaired or buy a new one 'i There is
a harness maker in town. See ad in
FORSALE Choice milk cows. Ap
ply to L. J. Overlook. M12-2w
GIRL WANTED immediately. Ap
ply at this office, lw
FOUND Between Bisbee and Naco, a
pocketbook. Owner can have same by
calling at this office.
Go to O K Livery Stable, if you want
rood driving teams.
HANSEN & GERDES
One mile below town in the Cool
Cottonwooda. Cull once andjou
will nlwaj i come again.
rirs. H. E. Bruton
Cleaning1 and Dyeing1
By Dry Process
Dreumaklnic a speslnlty.
Satis action guaranteed
Near Raub's Blcycls Shop,
E. G. ORD CO.
and CORNICE WORK
All work done neatly and
prninpttv. OHce next to
the Hrewery. Telephone No. 0
Henry H. Tietjen . .
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER.
Main St Oiiixislto
City garber Shop
Bath Room and Porcelain Tubs
Marks & Wittig, Proprietors.
Everything First Class.
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings
and FANCY GOODS.
Second-Hunil Gnodv. Hrewory Aeinic.
C. J. RADOVICH
Staple and Fancv Groceries
Candies, Nuts, Etc.
They Virtually Have Won
TERMS WILL BE ACCEPTABLE.
The Transit Compauy Will Send
Away All Imported
ST. Louis, May 29. The n-oat
strike of Transit company which today
completed the third week of its exist
ence, and which has cost several live.
besides inflicting almost incalculable
loss upon the business interests of the
city, is to be -settled Friday of this
week, according to a statement which
is attributed to Nathaniel Nettles, a
stockholder in the Transit comnanv.
Nettles declares that at a meeting of
the directors it was decided to end the
strike Friday by sending away all the
imported men and giving the men who
did not strike their ohoice of nositions
aud taking back the union men. He
would not say whether the company
had decided to recognize the union or
not, but declared that the terms would
be such as would be accentable to both
St. Louis, May 29. -The running of
transit cars on South Broadway today
resulted in two affrays in which eight
persons were wounded, two fatally.
The first trouble occurred at Broadway
and Miller streets, where the trolley
car encountered a bonfire built on the
We are the First in the whole Southwest to
show this pistol, and we should be only too glad
to have you inspect and examine this new won
der in the firearms world.
Brielly described, it is a pistol with a magazine attachment
holding seven shots, which arc capable of beii g fired off in rapid
succession all automatically. The action of this pistol is automatic,
except that the trigger is pulled for firing each shot. Tho arm can
bo discharged at the rate of five hhots per second, the cartridges be
ing automatically supplied from au attachable magazine inserted in
the handle of the pistol.
After the pistol is charged with a filled magazine one opening
-movement is made by hand, bringing the first cartridge into the
chamber. On pulling the trigger the cartridge is fired, the empty
shell is extracted, a new cartridge Is loaded into the chamber, all
these operations taking place automatically without any manipulation
of the arm. This automatic operation of the pistol is effected by
the recoil of the moving parts, and as a consequence the recoil is so
absorbed in being utilized that it has not the usual disturbing effect.
The length of the barrel is 0 inches, length of pistol over all 9
inches, weight of pistol 35 ounces. It is made onjy in the 38 calibre,
with a 0-inch barrel, blued finish, and .shoots a rimless, smokeless,
I COPPER QUEEN STORE.!
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McGarr Is Insane.
Wateruury, Conn., May 29. James
("Chippy") McGarr the famous third
baso ball player of the national league
is hopelessly insance at the Blooming
dale, Miss, asylum. McGarr played
with Cleveland and Boston. Last
season he umpired for the National
Carl Clawson of Bisbee, Arizona, is
regestered at the Grand Central. El
Leadville rejiorts that conservative
estimates put April's output in gold,
silver, copper and lead at(3,000 pounds,
valnod at $1,030,00(5; this includes bis
muth and zinc Arizona Blade.
Application for patent does not ab
wive or relieve the cleim owner from
requisite annual assessment work.
When the application is made the mat
ter should be put through with all pos
sible dispatch. M. & S. Press.
Dr. R. P. Behrendt, graduate Bel
gian Opthalmic College, Germany, and
Philadelphia Optical College, and Dr.
Ida A. Behrendt, graduate of McCor
mick Optical College, Chicago, and
Philadelphia Optical College, the eye
specialists, are stopping at the Norton
House, and will examine your eyes by
the latest improved methods. If vou
' have trouble with your eyes, have head-
ache or nervous troubles it may be your
eyes. They are prepared to test and
remove those troubles scientifically and
guarantee all their work. Dr. Beh
rendt has 2G years practice on eyes.
MRS. M. BLEWETT, Proprlefer.
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Ladies' Ready Made Skirts
Complete Line of Millinery
MAIN ST., TWO DOORS ABOVE POST Off ICE
Cannot be made from every brand -of
flour. It requires a flour rich in -gluten
ami the health-giving quali
ties. Such a flour is our
Ask your grocer for it and sec that
you get it. Every .sack guaranteet'
Tucson, - - Arizona
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