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COCHISE REVIEW: TUESDAY EVENING, ULY 3, 1900
BISBEE WILL CELEBRATE
Under the Auspices of the Copper
The Fourth Will be Properly Observed
and a First Class Program
' ' Provided.
Day, July 4th, under
the auspices of
Copper Queen Band. Kxeroises to
commenco at '2 p. m. sharp. Following
is tho programme of tho day:
Hoys raco under 18 years.
Boys raco under 12 years.
Girls raco under 10 years.
Threo leg race.
Burro race, slowest burro to win tho
Girls raco under 15 years.
Potato race, boys under 10 years.
Greased pig, to bo tho property of
whoever catches it. ' ;
Music, to be rendered during tho day
by tho Copper Band.
Walter Douglas has left town for a
Miss Bertha Shobe left by this morn
ing's passenger for Tucson.
J. L. Evans, of San Antonio, Texas,
is registered at the Norton.
,T. M. Wells, a St. Louis business
man is staying at the Bessemer.
W. W." Pierce, of San Pedro, was
among the arrivals in town yesterday.
LouIs'Rosh, a Boston business man is
among the guests at the Norton House.
W. Schulz, who is a manufacturer's
agent, and has beon busy in tho city
for somo days, left today to continue
Five passeegers left yesterday on the
Nacosarl stage for tho mines in that
Walter Castle has gone to Mexico to
tako chargo of a mill for Mr. Williams,
W. P. Parkhurst, of San Francisco,
who is on business in this city, is regis
tered at the Bessemer.
J. H. Witherspoon of the well known
Black Diamond, is in on business
which will detain him a fow days.
Senor Don Henrique Erinero, chief
custom house inspector of Mexico, is
in town with his party at the Angius.
Lieutenant Jose do la Rosa, Koster
litzski's head man, is with the party
who arrived yesterday, and is at tho
The Ru Rev. Henry Granjon has
been consecrated Bishop of tho diocese
of Tucson, and will tako charge of his
Alvan W. Howe, tho well known
deputy sheriff, loft, on an important
"mission to Tucson today connected with
tho secret service.
R. P. Wetzel, the popular special
"agent of tlje New York life, was among
tho passengers on the morning liver,
bound for Tombstone.
Ben Morgan, the, well known Tomb
stonoiattorney, left for Inverness, Ma
rin county, California, today, where he
will visit for some time.
' C. Overlook returned from Sonora
last evening and will go on to Gila
Bend Thursday, where ho will pur
chase a carload of hogs for his Bisbee
Thomas Reynolds 'of San Antonio,
Texas, came in yesterday and will ro
main a fow days looking into the ad
vantages offered by this section for
The front of that famous hostelry,
the Fishpond, on Main street, is now
adorned with an elaborate painting of
a largo fish sailing over thp surface of
a placid lake. v
C. C. Arguillas, tho custom house
broker of the Rio Grande, Sierra
Madre and Pacific, is among tho guests
who camo in yesterday and registered
at tho Angius.
Geo'rgo Baxter, tho famous drilling
champion, left with his partner today
for Tucson, where ho goes to uphold
tho honor of Bipbeo at tho drilling
The state guards will be at Naco to
morrow, looking after tho safety of the
people. Tho guards had their photo
graphs taken yesterday at La Morita,
twenty-four of them.
Senor C. Augulo, Colonel do Cahel
leria, who is attached to the Yuqui
campaign, was an arrival in town yes
terday with tho distinguished party of
Mexican gentlemen who are visiting us.
A splendid specimen of tho soa turtle
from Guaymas js on Bhow at that enter
prising restaurant, tho Now Englund
Kitchen. This promises a treat that
will ticklo tho palates of tho local epi
cures. Local Patriotism.
It seems after all that Blsbeo will
celebrato tomorrow. A first class pro
gramme has been published by tho
Copper Queen Band, in addition to
which there is a large picnic, and a
pigeon shooting by tho gun olub. At
Naco. an, elaborato program will bo en
JQ&d'.agjd great preparations have been
made to entertain u large number of
visitors." " Tho Naco programme 'In
cludes a barbecue and a dance. In
Bisbee, too, there Is u ball at tho Opera
Houso in the evening. Tucson has
issued posters proclaiming her inten
tityp to hold a grand gala-day tomorrow
and some of our people will visit that
city. Tako it all round this section of
Arizona will celobrato tomorrow with
a proper patriotism.
Trains For Naco.
'The excursion trains to Naco tomor
row, leave Bisbee at 10 a. m. and 1 p.
in", (city time), returning after the ball
gttme. Passenger can also return by
train which meets regular train from
Fares Adults, ."0 cents; children 25?.
Qui local business houses were com
mencing to atteud to their decorating
yesterday. Among them may bo men
tioned tho Capitol, which favorite rej
sort is artistically decorated with the
stars and stripes, Chinese lanterns be
ing suspended from tho ceiling; tho
portraits of Washington and Bryan oc
cupy prominent positions on tho walls.
This elaborato display is tho work of J.
Waited A position as housekeeper
by a competent ludy. Call at tho Nor
ton House, room 5. '
SNAKE STARTLES A SCHOOL.
Illffh-School Tcnclier's Effort to Get
the neptlle Out Adda to the
Feminine 'shrieks startled the pupils
of the Walnut High school, Cincin
nati, the other afternoon. Some boys
had brought a snake to school in a
box as a zoological specimen. They
amused themselves during school
hours by showing it to the girls in
Miss Uice's room, who were according
Mbs Rice heard the commotion, and,
finding the box was creating disorder,
she confiscated it and tried to throw
it out of the window. Her aim was
had, and the box lid flew off. Horror
stridken when she saw the Vnake
wriggling along the floor, -Miss Rice
gathered vp her skirts nnd fled, while
the nir vs- filled with cries of terror
from the prls as they wildly scram
bled to places of safety.
When the ittys caught the snake
order was restored.
PRICES SOAR AT PRETORIA.
Economy IlelnK Observed from High
Officials Down Ilusy Time at
Late reports to the state department
from Pretoria show that prices arc
soaring in that capital. Cab hire
Tanges from $2.'50 per hour upward, and
can scarcely be had at any figure. Econ
omy is universally observed from l lie
highest ollieinls down. The foreign rep
resentatives at the capital I'ml that
their salaries are totally insufficient to
paj" the ordinary expenses of living.
The United States consulate is over
taxed. Seven thousand letters were
received in one week to be forwarded.
Mail packages weighing in the aggre
gate iiys tons flowed into the consulate
iii the same time. Many small su-ns
of money had to be disbursed among
the British prisoners of war. and. al
together, the United States consul with
his single assistant is fully employed.
MESSAGE PRINTED BY WIRE.
Grand Duke of linden Sees an Electric
Experiment nt Ills
The grand duke of Baden granted an
audience to David Simon, the represen
tative of a Mannheim elect ric manufac
turing firm, in the royal palace at
Cnrlsruhe, Strnsburg, the other day,
The object of Ilerr Simon's vis it Was to
demons) rate to the prince the nirita
of nn ilictric distance printing device
that lias just been patented by his firm.
Ilerr Simon made use of two of
these ingenious instruments for the
purpose of showing the practical value
of the Invention, liy means t f one in
strument a typewritten dispatch was
sent over a telegraph wire. This wire
was eonnected with another instru
ment which received the message and
dellvertd it neatly typewritten will!
great speed and accuracy. The' com
pany says that the messages can be,
went over any distance by wire. The.
Siemens- Intake company of Berlin has
interested itself in the patent and. in
tends to introduce it into every coun
try. The grand duke took the greatest
interest in the experiments and ex
pressed himself as highly pleased
with their .success.
APPEAL TO HELEN GOULD.
Hundreds of Persons Look to Her
for AssUtnnee Variety In the
It is surprising the number of per
sons who look to .Miss Helen Gould to
assist them in oneway or another. The
fact t lint she is extremely charitable
nnd lias millions nt her disposal to ifive
her charity substantial backing senes j
to nttrnct a great variety of requests.
These include peiitons for wedding
dresses, plens for some trinkets for n
bnby nnmed after Miss Gould, dona
tions for hospltnls and ships and town
subdivisions bearingher honored name.
Some idea of the vast number of these
petitions may be gain I'd from the fact
that in a recent week she received 1,30.')
letters containing requests involving
more than $1,S4!,Sfl2. Everything im
aginable whk wanted, from a farm and
three cows, a peddling horse and cart,
to $1,000,000 with which to found n col
ony in Cuba.
ttrltlsh nvnl Dlvcm.
Divers in the British navy, before be
ing pnttsed ns proficient, in their craft,
hnve to be able to work in 12 fathoms
of water for an hour and in 20 fathoms
for a qunrter of an hour.
LtfeRAEY AT MANILA.
One for Use of American Soldiers
and Sailors Opened.
Confalm About 4,000 Volume, Which
Arc Greatly Enjoyed by the Men
Tfecd of Fnuda to Keep
Mrs. Greenleaf, wifo of Col. C. 11.
Greenleaf, nited States army, has suc
ceeded in opening an American library
in Manila, for the use of American
soldiers, sailors and citizens in Ma
nila. There arc about 4,000 volumes in
this library, many o them worn and
soiled, but greatly .enjoyed by both
officers and men. About ten papers
are sent regulnrly from the United
States, which aro read at the library
and then sent to tho troops in the
field. It is the earnest request of Mrs.
Greenleaf that copies of papers from
every part of tho United States be
sent to this library.
Vhilo contributions of books and
mngazines are most acceptable, the
financial, question is the serious prob
lem which confronts the library.
The salary of the librarian and the
,rcnt of tho building as well as other
expenses have to be met each month,
nnd a letter from Mrs. Greenleaf,
dated March 29, states that they have
only enough money to keep tho li
brary open three months longer, qt
the most. Unless aid comes from the
United States thej' will be compelled
to close the library, which has been
a source of pleasure to the men who
are enduring the hardships of war in
a foreign country.
Tho Woman's Army and Navy
league, an organization composed
mainly of the wives and daughters of
officers of the United States army and
navy, have been appealed to by Mrs.,
Greenleaf, and they will act a6 her
representatives in this country.
Contributions will be received by
Mrs. Marshall Ludington, vice pres
ident of the Woman's Army and Navy
league, care Gen. M. I. Iudington,
quartermaster general, war depart
AGED SPINSTER WEDS YOUTH.
A Wealthy Doston Woman, 73 Tears
Old, Marries Han of 28
Miss Louisa Pierce, the aged and
wealthy spinster, who owns property
in the heart of the aristocratic suburb
of Newton, Mass., and Dr. W. II. Barnes,
her 2S-year-old lover, have at last suc
ceeded in getting married.
The ceremony was performed by Ecv.
A. K. Fuller, ot Newburgh, N. 1, at
the home of Dr. Barnes' parents in that
cit'. Dr. Barnes' father and mother
were witnesses and made no objection
to the marriage.
In a statement Dr. Fuller said that
he noticed the disparity in the ages of
tho couple, and questioned them care
fully. Both' answered his questions
frankly and openly and gave no in
dication of trying to conceal anything.
Miss Pierce gave her age as 73 and said
she had never been married. The doc
tor gave his ngc as 23.
Miss Pierce's friends in this vicinity
are greatly shocked over the final re
sult, as they had hoped to be able to
prevent the wedding. Their success
in this move in Boston and the publici
ty that had been given the case led
them to believe no minister could be
found who would perform the cere
The average dietary of individuals
in different countries varies greatly.
An English statistician, Mr. R. F.
Crawford, finds that an inhabitant of
the United Kingdom consumes much
more meat than a Belgian, French
man or German, but in smaller pro
portion o brendiand potntoes. More
bread and less meat are enten in Bel
gium than in any other country con
sidered, while a French peculiarity is
the apparent small use of milk.
All persons knowing themselves to be
indebted to Preston Fletcher, the former
proprietor of the Queen Restaurant, are
hereby requested to call at my office im
mediately and pettfe such accounts, the
same having been -assigned to me for
collection, with instructions to tako im
mediate action in the premises
S. K. Williams.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
THE BANK OF BISBEE
At niaboo in the Territory of Arizona nt
tluB clone of busiiiPSK, Juno itu, 1()00:
r.onns and Discounts $ti0.1!.' !15 i
Overrirnfts 37 22 I
Une from Triiht Companies, .State '
nuil Natlonnl Hankt 60,(128 O'i I
Unnklnir House, Furniture, mid Fix- '
tiircn 1..W fts i
Stock, securities, etc 1,iW:i 4il i
Specie 15,405 W I
I.OL'iil Tender and Nntiounl Hmik
Notes 17,00(1 00 !
Other items carried ns onsh o.DS'.i 61 I
Hullion 2,177 40
Internal Iteenuo Stninps 008 21
Total Slt!4,6.57 73
Cupltnl Stock paid in 2.5,000 0(1
Undivided Prollt l,10rt 2:1
Individual Deposits Sub
ject toCheck $134,829 V,
Demand Coi'tlllcntes of
Deposit 2.5G2 78
Dun to Trust Companion,
State nml National
Hanks 1,008 07
Total $164,6.57 7:1 ,
Tkiihitoiiy ok Aiii.ona,(
(JOl'NTY ov CoeniHi!. i
1, SI. J.Uiiunliieham, cnshler of' the ahme
mimed hank, do solemnly w ear .Hint the
nlon statement U true to the hest of ni.v
know ledtre and liellnf. .'
M. J. G'UNNiMUUM, Cashier.
Siihscrihcd and sworn to before mo this 2d
duyof July, 1000. S. K.Wll.UAlls.
Seal. Notary Public
J. II. Anuius. ,
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
! Arizona & South Eastern Railroad
) TIME TABLE
1 (Pacific Time, one hour Inter than City time)
Miles, l'. m.
0 U..Hlsbee. .An 55.3
1.3 .. South Hisbec. , 54.0
4.0 I . .Don Iuls . . . 51.3
I 4:8 I '
8.8 1 Naco Junction .1 46.5
I 3:6 '
12.4 1. ..Packard.... 42.9
llniuiliig.. . 35.9
. Water Tank.. 30 1
...Charleston .. 25.3
Ar..Fairbank . J.v
6:52 I 19.4
Land.. .. 9.5
Ar .Heiisou .IjV 0
Flat; Stations stop 011 Signal,
V. R. STILES, R
O. F. & P. A.
Southern Pacific Railroad.
. 4:57 p. m.
Benson, leave ..
Maricopa, " ...
Phoenix, " 6:30a.m.
Passengers for Phoenix, from the east or
west, remain at Maricopa over night. Sleep
ing car and hotel accommodation.
Los Angeles, arrive
3:00 n. m.
. 9:06 u. in.
1:45 p. in.
. 3:30 "
New Mexico and Arizona Railroad.
...5:30 p. m.
Nogales, leavo 5:10 a. m
Fairbuuk, arrive 7:57 "
Renson, " 8:10 "
Guaymas, .... " ,
10:05 . m.
5:15 a. 111.
. 9:10 "
,Gunymas. leave, ...;
Santa Fe I'rescott and Phoonix Itullrond.
Phoenix, loave 10:00 p. m.
Hot Springs Junct., nrrive 11 :47 "
Congress Junct., ...." 12:55n.m.
Prescott, ...-. " 4:23"
Jerome Junct., ,....." 5:30"
Ashfork " 7:35 "
10 A. M. to l2 M
3v. m. to9:S0r,
2 r. m to B r.
Miss A. Hill,
Giaconovich & Co.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Fruits and Confections.
Fletcher Dray Co.
Can transfer uuything movable, from
u valise to a stamp-mill. Contracts a
specialty. Prompt and satisfactory ser
vice guaranteed. Leave orders at"S. K.
Williams.' ED fLETCnERf prop
Malachite Cigar Store,
Candies and Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco
:-: A SPECIALTY. :-:
4-11-44 MAIN Street.
DAN HANKINS : : : Proprietor
E. O. ORD CO.
Cornice and Sheet fletnl Workers
TELEPHONE NO. 9
OFFICE AND 81101' NEXT TO liHEWEKY
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Dealer in Watches, Clocks,
Spectacles, Stationery, Wallpaper, etc.
t Stepntrinu: Neatly none
MAIN STREET, - BISBEE, ARIZ.
BISBEE and NACOSARI
riM TAFT, Prop
Arrives in Bisbee
day and Friday.
Monday, Wcdncs- J
Leaves Bisbee Tuesday,
Goes through from Bihbec
sari in a day and a half.
to Na co-
nisn At Conner
Queen Ht ore
tlou ciin lip I uul.
v,uvc Where Informat
Good Service, Prompt Attention
PRESTON FLETCHER, PROP.
Leave orders with S. Iv. William
T. A. TAVE, Prop . i
ing a specialty.
AlJqvc Moougate. i
B WATCH AND WAIT
Big Shoe Sale
I Tuesday, July 3, and Thursday, July 5 ;
A Sale of
Every washable Shirt Waist we have has been reduced to one
of these prices
50c. 75c, 85c, $1.50
It's not a question of what they sold for before, but of selling
five hundred and some odd waists quickly and these prices should
no it. New waists not shown before arc included. There are no
exempts from the price cuts.
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Bank of Bisbee
Ben Williams J. S. Douglas
J. B. Angius W. H. Biibpiir
M. J. Cunningham
Foreign Exchange ami Telegraphic Transfers to all Parts of the World. Ac
counts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations solicited. Matters entrusted to
our care will receive prompt attention. Mexican money bought and sold. Agency
for Now Zealand Fire Insurance Company.
A Pleasure to Answer Letters
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE GO.
MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORGE AND
BOILER WORKS ALL CLASSES OF MINING MACHINERY
Write for Kxtiinutes
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
El Paso, Texas
IAGLE MILLING CONM
i ; 'p
B. F. Graham & Co
0. K. Livery and Sale Stable
e Are Closing Out
Call and bo convinced.
Corner O. K. Street and Railroad
WHOLHSALK AND RETAIL DEALERS
Write for Catalogue.
Pianos on Monthly Payments.
Office-.i2l 1-2 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Califronia.
FOR OUR 2
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W. II. Bropht, President
J. S. Douglas, Vice-President
M. J. Cunningham, Cashier
Tell your grocer to send you'Pccr
less High Patent Flour. He sells
it. Every sack guaranteed.
, lie Mllli don
Tucson, - - Arizona