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3ISBE ARIZONA. TUESDjf EVENING, JUE 5. cgoo
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The Awaited Dispatch
That Finally Came.
THE BRITISH IN PRETORIA.
It Mlm AkamttRS Her Lethargy
4 The Empire Will Remember
The Valient Soldier.
London, June 5. The long awaited
dispatch from Roborts, dated Pretoria,
hat come at last. The Transvaal capi
tal was ontored by the British early
this morning. Thin afternoon the Held
marshal will take formal poBKCHnion of
the town and tho British flap will be
hoisted over tho government buildings.
Apparently, tho actual eutry to the
capital was without opposition, th
Boers making their last light in de
fense of the town yesterday. The fol
lowing is Roberts' dispatch announcing
hit successful outran.? into Pretoria:
"Pretoria, June .", 11:40 u. ra. We
ars now in possesion of Pretoria. Of
ficial entry will be mndo at. two o'clock
this afternoon. (Signod) Roberts."
Upon receipt of this long hoped for
intelligence, London threw off the
lethargy which has prevailed since
Lard Roslyn's dispatch proved imma
ture. Tho town is now going wild. "Vlthin
ten minutos aitor the nows had been
received, traffic in and around the
Mansion houso was completely stopped.
A tremendous poster Inn b?en placed
outside the church building which
reads: ''The British Flag Flies at Pre
Coria." Upon catching sight of it the
people threw up their hat-? and cheered,
and tho cheering wa carried along the
streets in all directions, until almost in
v a moment all London was celebrating.
Such scenes of wil 1 hilarity wero novor
before witneseod i 1 England's staid old
capital. A half holiday has been de
clared in tho public schools and busi
ness has virtually been suspended.
Tolograras havo already been received
from several of tho provinces telling of
exuberance exceeding that shown over
tho rolief of Mafckin?. Unusual en
thusiasm w.is shown by the evening
papers, man; of whic': had tho editions
on the street ihree ral.iutes after Rob
erts' dispatch was po-rted at tho war
The lord mayor has cabled the con
gratulations of London to Lord Rob
erts, his mo33age concluding, "The
empire will nover forget what you und
the forces you command have accom
plished." STEPHEN JCRANE DEAD.
ramsis Novelist and War Correspond
ent Dies in Germany.
London, June r. Stephen Crime,
the well-known American writer, died
this morning. Crane had been ill for
a, long time. Recently he moved to the
Black Forest, in Germauy, but the
change did not benefit him. Dispatches,
received late last night brought the
nws that he wan dying, so tho an
nouncement of his doath was not unex
pected. Stephen Crano was born in Newark,
N. J., November 1, 1871. Ho entered
journalism whea ho was 10 and for
several yoara acted as sporting editor
and wrote eidtorial sketches. Sine
1896 he devotod his time ohiofiy to
story writing. During the Greek-Turkish
war and the Spanish-American
war Crano acted as waf correspondedt
for American newspapers. His best
novel and which gained him fame
"The Red Badge of Courage."
They Have a Talk and Draw the Color
Milwaukee, Wis., June ;. Tha
fifth biennial convention of the General
Federation of Women's Clubs began
this morning at tho Alhambra theater,
which was crowded with delegates und
spectators. Mayor Ross mado tho wel
coming speech and Mrs. Lowe, pres
ident of the Federation, delivered her
annual address. Caucuses aro busily
discussing tho color line.
Substitutes for Strikers.
Philadelphia, June fl. a special
train will loavo hero tomorrow morn
ing taking about two hundred and fifty
experienced motormen and conductors
to fill tho places of the strikers in St.
HANGED A LUNATIC.
VlliLIAAM Pokt, Paf, J .me f.--Will
Ilunmiell was hunged here-this morn
ing. He had a wonderful nerve and
walkedhmasslsted to the gallows. He
will he embalmed and placed on exhibi
tion this afternoon and evening ut the
Wyoming, opera home. The crime for
which Hummel forfeited his life was a
most revolting one. He deliberately
killed, a brido of a week and then slew
three little children. The murder and
subsequent uotioiv of tho murderer at
tracted widespread attention. The
man in turn1 posed as a spiritualist, an
innocent man and a lunatic.
The Hero of Manila Goes Out to Show
Washington, -Tune 5. Admiral and
Mrs. Dewey will start on their Ohio
and Michigan trip over tho Baltimore
and Ohio railroad at nine o'clock this
evening. The party consists of Ad
miral and Mrs. Dewey, Lieut. H. H.
Caldwell and J. H. Muddy, of tho Bal
timore and Ohio railroad. Columbus,
Ohio, will bo reached June t5, and De
troit tho next day. On June 11, tho
admiral iwill leave for Grand Rapids
where hu will remain over night. On
June 12, tho admiral will leave Grand
Rapids on his return to Washington.
Unlike Ours, They Do It and Let
London, June 3. A dispatch to Ihe
Central News from Shanghai says that
the. missionaries at Pao Ting Fu are
safe. An attack by the Boxers on Tien
Thin was threatened last night and
evtry precaution is being taken for tho
safety of tho foreigners.
MINING NOTES. V
John Hays Hammond, the South Af
rican mining millionaire, encouraged
to do so by Senator Joues of Nevada,
may possibly become interested in Yu
ma county's development. His repre
sentatives, Messrs. Webb and Mooro of
California, recently conducted a cur
sory examination of the Del Monto
groupe of mines near Hurrlsburg. and
it is said wero quite well pleased.
These properties consist of huge bodies
of low grade ores, entlr ly freo miHlng.
Mr. Hammond, it is claimed, is looking
for notiling better than an average $4
ore, and It is upon this basis that tho
Dal Monte groupo will bs tested.
Those claims wero sold two years ago
by William Boes, of Harrisburg, to S.
W. Dorsey, for u small consideration,
but it is understood that tho latter
thinks well enough of them to hold
them very high.
Tho Horacstako mill near Pyramid,
on the Colorado river, will start up
Monday next. The main shaft on tho
mine stands at a depth of 309 feet. All
tho drifts and stopos show wonderful
ore bodies. The chutes in thoWno
arc llllod with ore and several thousand
tons uro broken and ready to hoist to
the surface Kvery bin ut tho mill is
overflowing with ore und ovqrythiug
possiblo has boon done to insure a suc
cessful mill run. About tho mine and
mill everything is automatically han
dled. Tho oro Is loaded from the chutes
by an automatic coutrivauoo and from
that point the automatic arrangements
arc perfect. Tho mill is lilted with &
long string of plates from which the
pulp passes over tho latest improved
Frue vunners. Practically no values
are loft In tho tailings by tho paocess.
Tho mill Is one of the most completo in
this part of tho wold and will handle 00
tons of oro daily. About a mile from
tho Homestake, on tho Arizona side of
tho river, is tho Sheeptrall mill. This
mill, while not as perfect us tho Homo
ttake, is doing excellent work, and is
crushing 30 tons of oro daily, which
will be incroasod to 60 tons as soon us
more teams can bo put on. The oro
now being crushed in this mill Is of ex
cellent grade. General manager Ew
ing, of tho two properties, has boon
looking them over tho past week and is
satisfied with tho present excellent
tondition. Kingman Miner.
The Phoenix Gar.otto makes the
statement that Warner Miller is at the
head of a New York syndicate which j
has purchased the Congress mine for
43,000,000. Tho money was paid through
tho Chaso National bank in Now York.
Mr. Gage, who is one of tho owners of
tho above property, denies that any
transfer of the property has been mudo,
and ho Is certainly in a jositlon to
know. The company is just now pre
paring to doublo tho capacity of their
cyanide plant und to add flty more
stamps to their mill, making ninety in
all. They have also purchased a num.
bor of air compressors for use in sinking
their shafts to a depth of 3IKK) feot or
A Big Sheriff's Posse
Loaded With Lead.
THE MILITARY REGULATIONS.
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Women Call Upon the Governor
' Seeking Protection for
St. Louis, June 3. The strike of the
street car men shows no sign of dimin
ishing. The sheriff's big posse" of 1200
men is now actively in service and on
guard at the various power houses of
tho Transit company. Thirty rounds
of buckshot are carried by each man
and military regulations are in force.
The police have made about sixty ar
rests on minor charges growing out of
the strike in the past twenty-nine
hours. A monster petition to Gover
nor Stephens Is being signed by women
all over tho city protesting against the
attacks on their sex and calling upon
the governor to use every means in his
power to stop them.
Missouri Democratic Convention.
Kansas City, June 3. The Missouri
democratic state convention was called
to order at noon today by Sam B. Cook,
chairman of the state central commit
tee. Prayer was offered by Rev. Robert
Talbot, after which Hon. W. S. Cow
herd, of this district, was introduced as
temporary chairman. Cowherd sconded
the opening note of his own campaign
for re-eloction and the coming struggle
in the state.
The platform will reaffirm the Chi
cago platform of 1896 and will oppose
trusts and imperialism. It will Ins'lst
on a strict observance of the constitu
tion and express sympathy for the
Boers. Justice will also be demanded
for the Porto Ricans.
New York Democratic Convention.
New York, June 5. The democratic
state convention met here at noon to-,
day. Norton, of Troy, was elected
chairman. He made a speech In which
he said that the people want a courage
ous man for president, such as William
J. Bryan. Tremendous applause greet
ed Bryan's name.
It is expected that ex-Governor Hill
will win u victory in preventing a re
affirmation of the Chicago platform in
rogurd to silver, but a strongfy in;
structed delegation will be sent to
Kansas City for Bryan.
A. F. Anderson, an old and well
known miner of the Queen company,
has ceased to polish the "drill aud has
accepted a position with Chris Finlay
son at tho Senate saloon. Chris is al
ways giving tho best and employs the
J. J. Crowman, a prominent citizen
of Naco, was in Bisbeo today, purchas
ing household furniture and general
paraphernalia for the purpose of estab
lishing the only up-to-date cottage in
ths line city. It Is said to bo a model
It ws a red hot timo at the Free
Coinage last night. Four games were
in full blast and the ceiling was the
limit. There were sports from evefry
section o'f Southern Arizona and Sonora.
The lion was loosed aud many took a
prod aUilm with varying success.
Louis Frank, for somo time in tho
employ of the Greone Consolidated Min
ing Company of Sonora, is spending a
few days in Bisbee. Mr. Frank states
that tho smolter is running without a
hitch and turning out a large amount
of matto. He bears out the sroneral
opinion of the many who havo visited
tho Cananeas, that the mines there and
in that vicinity arc the most promising
in tho world. ,
Report Is that tho Copper Queen
smelter, near Jeromo, made a success
ful run of sixteen hours and cleaned up
three und one-half tons of bullion.
Tho Gazette announces that the mine
at Congress bus been sold to Senator
Warner Miller of New York for &J,
000,000. K. B. Gage and FraAk Murphy
get more than a million apie e.
WITH BOWED HEAD
The Review Bends in Submission to
His with pain that, the Rkvikw i
k jired upon to chronicle the death, yen
is y afternoop, of Mrs. Katherine
(LiBholin, wife of Judge J. C. Chisholm
The reaper eam almost without warn
ing. Mrs. Chisholm was in perfect
health and when summoned thence her
dearest knew not that the time hud ar
rived. Mrs. Chisholm was a pioneer of Bis
bee, having come to this camp nineteen
years ago with her husband, Judge J.
C. Chisholm, Joseph and Raymond, the
prief-stricken. by . the ..loss of
the mother to our friend we
are unable to say much. When
the idol of a mother's heart is
called from the columns of a paper to
pay tho last sad rites to a departed par
ent, his friends in charge of his busi
ness feel as only the friend is called up
on to suffer the irreparable loss that
Judge J. C. Chisholm and his sons,
Joseph and Raymond, must have. But
thecommuni ty that has known them so
long will join together with the Bisbae
public In offering sincere condolence.
The funeral was held from the family
residence this afternoon at 4 o'clock. A
large-concourse of old tirao friends ac
companied the remains to their last
But the Boers Say They Will Continue
Chioaoo, June 5. When informed
of the fall of Pretoria, Dr. Fischer, of
the Boer envoys, said: "Pertoria gone?
Wll, what of it ? We expected nothing
more than this we are not disappoint
ed. Our people will still fight, and wc
will win, too."
British Occupy Pretoria.
LONDON, June 3. Bulletin It is of
ficially announced that the British have
Sara Androvich, recently from Globe,
is tho late arrival at the Capital saloon,
and Nobile and Twomey are profiting
by his gentlemanly qualities and supe
rior knowledge of knowing how to do
the' proper thing.
ODDS AND ENDS.
Wanted to Rent Furnished house
of three or four rooms. No children.
Apply at this office.
Lost In the Library today, a ladies'
purse. Reward for return of purso and
money to Review office.
Paul tho tailor has just received a
full line of the latest patterns in woolen
trousers. At his shop you select your
clothing from tho cloth, not from
Prof. A. R. Cussells, tho burlier who
conducts the neat little two-chair barber
shop adjoining the Walters shoe store,
on Brewery Gulch avenue, has the
nearest?,, cleanest and most up-to-date
place in Bisbee to drop into und get a
first-class shave, shumpoo or huir-cut.
Your patronuge is solicited. Givo h,im
a call und you will be treated with
neatness and dispatch.
Where are you going?
Saloon where wo can get u
and u cigar worth smoking.
try the SohdSllver cigars. They arc out
Why don't you got your old harness
repaired or buy a new one . There is
a harness maker in town. See ud in
Found Between Bisbeo and Nueo, a
pocketbook. Owner can havo samo by
calling at this office.
I especially invito ladies to cull on
mo who have troubles with their eyes,
have headache or nervous troubles. It
will cost you nothing to talk about your
eyes and it may bo of benefit to you.
Dr. Ida A. Beiirendt.
Wants Correspondents in
every Mining Camp, Mine
and Ranch in the county.
Address this office for par
Leaves Bisbee Mondays, Wednes
days aud Fridays at 7 a. m.
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Bbee Headquarters at Grcuiie Con
solidated Copper Company's Office,
Rooms U'aiVd 12 Angius HotcJ.
Cananea Headquarters, Grccuc Con.
Copper Company's OOiccs.
Congressmen and Su-
preme Judge Elected.
legislature is republican.I
The Woman Suffrage Movement
Was Snowed Under Unmer
cifully. Portland, Ore., June 3.--The most
complete returns today indicate that;
the republicans have carried the state
by 10,000. They have elected Wolver
ton for supreme judge ami elected both
congressmen, Tongue and Moody. The
legislature is also republican. It will
elect ti successor to United Stutes Sen
ator McBridc. The woman's suffrage
movement was overwhelmingly de
All persons knowing themselves to
bo indebted to me, are hereby required
to call at the office sf S. K. Williams
and settle the same at once. Other
wise proceedings by luw will be com
menced against them on the 13th day
of June, A. D. 1900.
. Preston Fletcher.
Dated this 19th day of May, 1900.
The largest American Hag over man
ufactured will lloat from the top of the
Eiffel tower in Paris on the Fourth of
July. Its broad stripes and white stars
measure- fifty by twenty-six feet. -Republican.
Hutomatic Colt pistol
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.
Briefly described, it is u pistol with u magazine, attachment
holding seven shots, which uro capable of beh:g fired off in rapid
succession all automatically. Tho action of this pistol is automatic,
oxcept that the trigger is pulled for firing each shot. The arm can
be discharged at tho rate of five shots per second, tho cartridges be
ing automatically supplied from an attachable magazine inserted in
the handle of the pistol.
After tho pistol is charged with u filled magazine one opening
movement is made by hand, bringing tho first cartridge into the
chamber. On pulling the trigger the cartridge is fired, the empty
shell is extracted, a now cartridge Is loaded into the ehumber, all
these operations taking place automatically without any manipulation
of the arm. This automatio operation of tho pistol is effected by
tho recoil of the moving parts, and us a consequence the recoil is so
absorbed in being utilized that it bus not the usual disturbing effect.
The length of tho barrel is ti inches, length of pistol over all 0
inches, weight of pistol ,'l-j ounces. It is made only in the 38 calibre,
with u 0-iuch barrel, blued finish, and shoots u rimless, smokeless,
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