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OOOHISE BBVIBW : THUB8DAY EVENING, OCTOBER 11, 1900
V i .,
Straw rides, Horseback Rides, Boating,
Fishing, and Hunting nnd doing
nothing In the country makes you
HUNGRY AND THIRSTY
But H. Collmunn of the Brewery Cale will erve
you. Come and ee his new received
Delicacies from nearly every part of the globe. Gotha Cer
velat, Gotha Truffle Liver, Strassburger Goose Liver Truffle,
Italian Salami, French Lyonese, Wiemar Mettvrnrst, Frank
furter and Wiener, Sauerkraut and Horseradish, Pomsrania
Boneless Goosebreasts, Westphalia Ham, Pigs Feet, Lubecker
Sausage (to be fried), Pates de Foie Gras, Tongue, Felton
Ruben and Mixed Vegetables in Cans, Boston Baked Beans,
Heinze's Pork and Beans in Tom; t- e; . Bis mark Delicacies
and Pickled Holland Herrings, Cavier Neunaugen (fish), Dill
and sour Pickles, Swiss, Limbiu Foofjnafort.Llederkrati.T.
Koppen and Swiss Krauter Cheese. French 'rdiiies and tlm
finest Russian Sardelles, Eels in jelly, also Smoked TCels and
Salmon; Gooscliver Purry, Westphalia Pumpernickel in Tin
Cans, Fresh Oysters, Anheuser Bi -h Brer nnd tine Table
Wines on hand.
You are respectfully invited 1 all at the Bivwery Cafe
and see for yourself.
H. COLUMANN, PROPR1I3TOI
J NEWS OF is
I THE CITY 1 1
Illinoii Sure thing how will it &o?
L. T. Ratbbono left for the west this
Will Indiana go republican? Place
E. C. Myers, of Tucson is atoppiujr at
H. B. Dodge, the Tucson merchant,
is at the Angius.
California and Oregon sjo together.
How will they go?
Mr. Wambaugh, the surveyor, was
in town last evening.
J. C. Perry, of San Autouio, Texas,
is a guest at the Bessemer.
Charles Alley and S. Gray registered
at the Norton last evening.
Place your money with us. We give
receipt. Shattuck & Jones,
A. A. Price and H. E. Harcourt were
guests at the Norton Hotel last even
Harris, the tailor, only charges $2
to clean a suit of clothes, Tombstone
All states south of Mason and Dixon's
line some of them might go rapubli
The election Who will win. Com
bination board at Sbattuck's saloon
T. F. Mosby, well known commercial
man, is in town at his usual headquar
ters, the Bessemer.
The local lodge Improved Order of
Red Men meet tonight. Visiting mem
bers are cordially invited.
The special returned from Benson
last evening with the crowd of dele
gates and their friends. -.
The Metropole saloon has In stock
the largest supply of liquors of the
finest quality in the town of Bisbee.
J. L. Merrill and family have apart
ments at tne Bessemer. They are ar
rivals from Denver, Mr, Merrill being
a mining man.
Remeber the Grand Republican
Rally tomorrow night. Governor Mur
phy and other prominont speakers will
be address the electors.
A. Appelbaum, of Louisville, Ken
tucky, a well known business man, is
looking up his customers in town with
the Angiui as headquarters.
.We have money to bet on county offi
cers. Call and see ui. We will place your
money to the best advantage.
Shattuck & Jones.
W. C. Staehle, the well known at
torney of Tombstone, is in town. Mr.
Staehle is candidate for the position of
district attorney on the Republican
1 The -grand ball given by Pearl Chap
1 ter No. 6, O. . S., tonight. Propara
tionijhave been made on a scale that
ensures an evening of perfect enjoy
ment. Frank Bauer, son of Mr.tBauer of the
well known meat market, has purchased
the Brewery meat market from Joseph
Navarro and solioits the patronage of
the Bisbee public. (
The Catholic fair it now an assured (
success. Every night will see a com- i
plete change of program. Every day
something now to amuse the guests.
Prepare for this great event.
The Border Vidette has hoisted the I
name of Mark A. Smith as the regular
democratic nomineo for delegate to
congress. In doing so the paper has
followed regularity, as he was clearly
the winner ,'n the Maricopa county con
vention. Charles Bernard, the tailor of Main
street, was attacked last night by sev
eral men near the bridge at the Wal
lace building. One man struck Mr.
Bernard with a stone, knocking him
down on his face- The robbers then
united in striking and kicking their
victim, and having placed him hors du
combat, relieved him of his watch and
chain and $17.50. Today Mr, Bernard
is sick and lame and unable to attend
I to his business.
Think of West Virginia and Ken
tucky. John Slaughter of San Bernardino is
a visitor to the city.
Dr. Shaw, the sanitary inspector of
the district, was here last evening.
Place your money with us. Wo give
you a ricoipt. Shattuck & Jones.
Notioe Tho public are earnestly re
quested to cover all privato water pipes
exposed to frost on .their premises.
Bisbee Water and Coal Co. ol lm
Mr. S. B. Dinwiddie arrived yester
day from Sherman, Grayson county,
Texas. Mr. Dinwiddie is an atorney at
law and contomplates establishing him
self in ofllces in Bisbee.
Among the visitors in town today
were Messrs. Thos. Allaire, county
supervisor; VY B. McCombe, P. B.
Soto and H. A. Morgan, all of Willcox
and delegates! to the republican con
vention. The Grand Ball to be given on Octo
ber 19, in aid of the Galveston fund, is
being prepared for on an extensive
scale. It is proposed to serve refresh
ments, from which quite a little profit
should accrue to the good cause. Ice
cream and cake, sandwiches and coffee,
at' very low prices, will be handed
round to the gunests.
Charles Harm bees to announce that
he is continuing his business of tailor
ing euA repairing at short notice at his
residence in Tombstone canyon this
side of tho Castle "Rock. That he is
now in a position to raako clothes and
to repair and clean them at the cheap
est rates and invites the attention of
the public to his fine stock of fall and
winter goods. ' 3l2-tf
Spanish and piano lessons, by gradu
ate of Snell's Seminary .""Oakland,- Cal.
Address Mrs. Edward Zimmerman,
Post Office, Bisboe. Ariz. o-l-tf
The annual muetfngof the stockhold
ers of the Easter Sunday Gold .Mining
arid Milling company will be held at
the office of tho company in the town of
Bisbee, Cochise county Arizona, on
Tuesday, October 30, 1900, at 8 o'clock
p. m. for the election of ten directors
for the ' ensuing year, and the trans
action of such other business as may
come before them. By order of the
president. I. W. Wallace,
Dated Bisbee. Arizona, Sept. 25, 1900.
An Increase of 16.25 Per CentIs a
Big Falling Off.
Washington. Oct. 11. The census
bureau today published the returns for
the stato of Arkansas, giving the pop
ulation by counties, townships and all
The population of the state iu 1900 is
1,311,564 as against 1,128,179 in 1890,
representing an inoreaso since 1890 of
183,385, or 10.25 per cent. This rate of
increase is only about two-fifths of that
of the decade from 1880 to 1890, when
it was 40.58 per oent, and less than one
fourth of that for, the decado from 1870
to 1880, when it was 65.65 per cent..
From 1860 to'1870 there was increase of
only 11.26 per cent, but prior to 1860
the population more than doubled itself
during each decade, and'for tho decade
from 1830 to 1840 showed an increase of
221.09 per cent.
HOBO CAUGHT IN THEFT.
Tries to Sell a Pawn Broker His Own
1 1 unci ly.
New YORK, Oct. 11. Thomas James,
hobo, stole a pair of hand-painted por
tlorri from a furniture wagon at tho
Knickerbocker auction rooms.
Iloput them In a gunny sack and
took them to a pawn broker. When
he opened the sack the proprietor of
the shop threw up his hands and then
called for a policeman and had James
The curtains were the pawn broker's
own. Ho had taken them to tho auc
tion rooms that same morning.
Some Items from this Prorjress'
ive iVlinliio District.
Mines Are Opening
Kinds of Ores Are
From Our Special Correspondent.
Turquoise, Oct. 8, 1900.
1 will send you a few lines from tho
coming camp of Arizona, which will be
Turquoise. Why this place has laid
here as long as it has without it being
known more about, whenthere are nil
tho indications of good mines on all
Coming in here by the way of the
Four-Bar ranch, the first thing that at
tracts your attention are the shafts
that the Ryan brothers are sinking.
They are down 180 feet on the first one
and about 100 on the second one.
Just below them is the Gleeson com
pany. Further north is the Silver
Bill, which at one time'ivas worked for
its silver alone, and still iurther on is
the Jo- Muheim mine, with good pros.
pects on all sides. A little further over
are the Herman Durant claims, and
still further on is the Hardy camp,
which has fine 'shipping ore.
We have all kinds ores here copper,
gold, sllvor and lead.
This is one of the richest districts in
Arizona. It will be only a short time
before there will be steam whistles
blowing on all sides.
I notice several Bisbeeite3 over hm-e
of late, among them Date Graham
Some say that Date will be our next
TO RELIEVE DISTRESS IN SPAIN.
Cabinet Alarmed by Clamor Rising in
Madrid, Oct. 11. The cabinet,
alarmed at the clamor from Catalonia,
owing to the closing of fifty important
cotton mills and the reduction of the
hours of work in many others, deeidetl
yesterday to take steps to relieve the
r.ver since tne loss or spurn's mar
kets in the West Indies and the Phil
ippinesher only markets outside tho
peninsula there has been a crisis in
the Spanish cotton Industry. The gov
ernment now insists that the present
aggravation is not due to the results of
the war with the United States, but to
the rise in the price of raw cotton and
the price of coal.
Manufacturers suggest, a temporary
reduction of the heavy duties on raw
materials and coal. On the other hand,'
Spanish mining and railwaj interests
oppose any reduetion of the duties on
foreign coal and coke, because, since
1897, the native mines have every year
been producing greater quantities of
coal. The problem Is a difficult one,
but calls for immediate solution.
NATIVES IN REBELLION.
British Warship Sent to Suppres
Uprisinn in New Hebrides.
Victoria, Oct. 11. According to ad
vices received by the Miowera, the na
tives of Eromanga, In the New He:
brides group, have risen. The news
was brought to Sydney by theHev. H.
A. Robertson of the Canadian Mission
He said that during an uprising in
Eromanga fifteen natives had been
killed, and that the British warship
Ringarooma had gone to the scene of
i the trouble. He had been informed
that the missionary teachers had been
compelled to hold their services In
caves and to build a bullet-proof stock
ade around the chief's premises at Dil
lon's bay, Eromanga.
In the district affected, he said, there
were over thirty native teachers, and
besides himself, there was only one
white man on the island, which is one
of the southern islands of the group
and about 100 miles in circumference.
BUYING RIGHJVIiNERAL LANDS.
Zinc Lead Gompany's Large Deals
Milwaukeean Is Treasurer.
JOPLIN, Mo., Oct. 11. The Zinc
Lead company of America, a $10,000,
000 corporation recently organized to
do mining on an extensive scale in the
zinc and lead belt, known as the Mis
souri and Kansas mining district, has
completed deals for several large tracts
of mineral lands in the neighborhood
of Joplin, Mo., and Galena, Kansas.
The land is to be paid for in bonds of
the company. Henry Seeley, the pro
moter of the company, was in Joplin
today closing up contracts for these
Dr. H. M. Brown, of Milwaukee, who
is largely interested in zinc mining,
yboOD made trea9Urer ?f the com
FRUSTRATES AN ATTACK.
Allied Squadron Will Try to Force
London, Oct. 11 It Is reported from
St. Peteruburg that tho Chinese fleet in
Formosa Strait attempted, to engage
the .Russian nrmorod cruiser Rurik, but
tho letter's a peed frustrated the plan.
The correspondent says it is probable
that the allied squadrons will force the
Chinese fleet to capitulate or they will
A Pleasure to
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE GO.
MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORGE AND
BOILER WORKS ALL CLASSES OF MINING MACHINERY
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MAGHINE COMPANY i
El aso, Texas
M.I JOHNnN REAL E3TATE M1HE BR0KER
Houses and Lots Bought and Sold on Commission.
Houses for Ren.. Money Loaned XXX
OFFICE: ANGIUS BUILDING. ROOM 3. BISBEE. A. T.
HE chill in tho air
two and thoughts of
' Underwear and Heavy
such things ready for you, but this time we want to tell
of equally needful things and much more fascinat
ing because of their prettiness and stylishness.
The Shirt Walsi has taken
n fresh grip on permanent
Now it's flannel not tho
flannel waist of previous sea
sons you may have in mind.
There's more than warmth of
wool to these new waists.
Here's just a hint of their
style and eleganco:
Colors: red, old rose, lavon
dur, black, light blue, new
blue, gray and cream.
Appliqued in contrasting
colors, silk embroidered dots
and small squares, trimmed
with gilt braid.
French backs and u choice
of many kinds of enffs and
Doesn't this suggest differ
ont waists than you've seen
The Reign of
the Polka Dot
It's irrepressible this sea
son. Hosiery, flannels and
here is how it touches rib
bons: Silk ribbons 3 Inches wide,
all the good shade, black or
white polka dots
age a yard
Black velvet ribbon, satin
back, silk embroidered white
dots. Three widths,
IS to 7Sc a yard
Bank of Bisbee
Ben Williams J. S. Douglas
J. B. Angius W. H. Bhopht
M. J. CoNNuronAii
Foroien Exchange and Tnlnirriinliln
counts of Individual, Firm and. Corporation olicitcd. Matter ontruted to A
our care will receive prompt atteiitlf i. Mexican money bought and told. Apruncr W
for Nuw Zealand Firo Imurruico Company. . A
jjuxiTjTr9- - j
IN opportunity- seldom had,
gotten. Wo are offering eomo spooial bargains in this
lino at less than material price, the cost of making and
trimming not considorocL Ladies' Black Silk Taffeta
Waists, handsomely trimmed and tuoked, at 81.60; Fanoy col
ored at 65.50. Others sold In proportion. You will have to see
them in order to appreciate thia matchless offering.
In Homespuns, Vonltinn and Zobellne Cloths, the prettiest
ver shown here, havo just arrived. Come and seo thorn.
and dry goods. Combine the
Blankets, Comforts, warm
Wraps result, xes, we've
We can hardly say more
than that they are In. From
the way they are selling, per
haps we should oay they
Scarcely any two hats alike.
A chlo turn of the brim on
this a bit of color on that in
the shape of a pon pon of
polka dot silk here'a one
trimmed with felt and so it
goes, each one different.
Copio prepared to seo more
pretty petticoats than this
store has over shown before.
We'll not disappoint you.
Mercerized effects that look
like f ilk, and silk, real silk.
Prim, sedate black to gay
greens, nnd cerises. All the
intermediate colors such as
lavendar, rods, maroons, pur
ples. Made with corded flouuees,
accordion plaits edged with
Warm short shirts, made of
worsted, black with colored
stripes around bottom,
Only a few more days re
maining of tho coupoii con
test. October 15 the coupons
will be counted and the lucky
girl wilb get the miniature
BUCK'S JUNIOR RANGE
COUPON CLIPPING CONTEST
- ojK0'CK - J'rr
W. H. Bkopht, President
J. S. Douglas, Vico-Prosldent
M. J. Cunningham, Cashier
Trniifo to all Parts of the World. Ac
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an advantage very rarely to be
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. mgjliii -Resort J
Imported Liquors and Cigars
I . Wa A A T Zaa .a. . a
1 jm I69iiiag
J. K. BROWN & CO., PROPS.
FULL ASSORTMENT OH....
MAIN ST., OPPOSITE OAK-CAN.
A PLEASANT RESORT
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
Can Can Building Main Street
DAWSON & LEONARD,
MAIN ST. PROPRIETORS
Harris & Greener
Dealers in Wines, Liquors and
Main Street Opposite Public Library
One mile below inwu In tlio Cool
Cottonwool Call onco nml you
will nlwioiN .'ki UL'nlu.
- - ARIZONA
IETS0N & VVil UEY, Proprietors.
BEER and CIGARS
Main Street, Bisbee, Arizona.
On Druucht Uoimtantly on Hnml.
Flue Imported and Dum8tlo
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
Your patronncf ttpspeciilly Solllt I
Uiowcry (Vvonuo ltUlon ArUoun.
Wines, Liquors nnd Ciifura.
B. M. Vocuvich, Brewery Avenue
St Louis Beer Hall
L. C. Shattuck, Prop.
Finest Brands of
AND CIGARS . . .
Aeont for Anlietunr-Uuseh
Wholesale and Retail.