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COCHISE REVIEW : MONDAI EVENING. OCTOBER 29. 1900
S A Plonsurc to Answer L.ettei- A
Wrlt for KatimutoH
I EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE GO.
Republican Mass Meeting
MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORGE AND
BOILER WORKS all classes of mining machinery
Special Agents for the Celebrated CAMERON STEAH PUHPS and I
CHARTER GASOLINE ENOINES
Sr Under the auspices of the County Central Committee
5 j Will be held at the Bisbee Opera House
j Saturday Evening, November 3d
MM swsn I i s s M M s
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
I El Paso. Ti-aas ,
HON. J. G. ADAMS, of Phoenix
JUDGE C. W. WRIGHT, of Tucson
And our own County Candidates will address the voters. Music by the
Copper Queen Band.
W. W. Beavdslej, of Morenol, is at
C. Meklensek, of San Diego, is regis
tered at the Norton.
H. E. O'Brien, of Los Angeles, is a
guest of the Bessemer.
G. E. Dunlup, of Milwaukee, is on
the Bessemer register.
1 The Copper Queen band will give a
grand dance on election day.
Melville Heart, of St. Louis; is a
guest at the Norton House. v
C. R. Oliver the constable took a bad
.man to Tombstone jail today.
J. E. Jackson, of Chicago, has head
quarters at the Hotel Bessemer.
George Clark the surveyor returned
jesterday from a surveying trip.
Th services of the Episcopal church
were held by the Rev. Elliott, yester
day. Warren camp No. 9 Woodmen of the
World, meets tonight at the opera
The town is being surveyed for the
, purpose of fire insurance by George
For Sale Lady's bicycle; in good
condition. Enquire at Raub's bicycle
store. ocl7 lw
Harris, the tailor, onl, charges $2
to clean a suit of clothes, Tombstone
' John Tracey returned from the
Cananeas where he has been with dis
patches. T. S. Lamberson came in fioin the
Cananeas yesterday. He is at the Nor
An old experienced nuiae desires sit
uation nurse or housework. Inquire
at Del Lewis' residence. oc26 lw
To LET Three large rooms on Brew
ery avenue, suitable for residence or
orflcn. Apply at the Bessemer.ocl6 2v
George Roberts the bartender at the
Free Coinage who has been away
on a few days holiday has returned to
A. H. Gumel an attorney whose pro
fessional card appears in this issue, has
secured an oftlce over the jail and will
practice his profession.
The cowboys in Arlzouuaie the cle
erest in the world. Amongr other feats
the last week the boys roped several
foxes and brought one into town. Then
a cowboy roped a musk-hog, a most
ferocious creature, tied his mouth up
and brought him into town across a
A regular meeting of the Young
Men's Democratic Club of Bisbee, will
be held at their Club rooms in Gra
ham's Hall, this evening nt 8.30 p. m.
- every member is requested to bo
J. C. Callaqhan, President.
C. F. Nichols, Secretary.
The people of Bisbee are informed
that Mme..Elrado, the famous palmist
and seer, will be here and can receivo
visitors until Wednesday night. On
Thursday she leaves us. There are
many of our people who have received
from the talented lady information
that will enable them to choose tbo
most successful path in life to regulate
their conduct and to avoid danger. It
is a duty for all to visit her, and tho
time is short. Neglect not this oppor
tunity. Quite a crowd attended the club
practice shoot, yesterday afternoon
The members present were chiefly new
members and young, but some excel
lent shooting wab ,done, and it was
proved that tho club is capable of put-
ting in the field men who can uphold
its honor against any club in the ter
ritory. The club will be compelled to
move to some other locality neat at
hand as buildings will be erected near
the traps. The careful handling of
guns prevents accidents, and a gun,
particularly when thought unloaded
should never be pointed towards any
one. This is a rule among men who
understand guns, and as it will be in
sisted upon at this club, accidents will
We find Henkel, the jeweler, carrys
the finest line of watches, jewelry, etc,
in the city. ol2-tf
For Sale LotB in Trlbolet prop
erty, opposite soda works, in Ttmb
stone canyon; the finest location in
Bisbee; absolutely no sulphur smoke;
good soil; level surface; no hills to
climb; an unusual opportunity for in
vestor or home seeker. J. T, Hoodv
ocl6 lw Agent at Bank of Bisbee.
Mr. Liggett, while driving to Naco
last Saturday, lost the chickens he was
taking down to that prosperous city for
tho people,s Sunday dinner. It was im
vain that Mr. Liggett attempted to ex
plain the matter. He was accused of
presenting those chickens to a buxom
widow in Bisbee, and that was just all
about it. Today Mr. Liggett says that
an honest roan picked up the chickens
and returned them to him, so he is tak
ing them to Naco. That won't do. We
are going to find out where he bought
this fresh lot of chickens.
WAS CARRIED OVER NIAGARA.
Rich Ore Struck on the 700-foot
Drift In OreNew Hoist Ordered
Extensive Shaft Will Soon
Man Wfco Was Borne on Blondlk's
Shoulders Across tke Gorge
The man whom Blondin carried
across the' gorge of Niagara on & tight
rope is btill living in Chicago at the
age of 72. His name is Harry Colcord,
and his business that of portrait and
landscape painting As the story of
hi- exploit uxistecl only in newspaper
iiies, Mr, Jaw is Bluine, a justice of the
peace of Chicago, has issued a pamph
let containing the fhst connected ac
count, and it abounds in thrilling de
tails. Colcoid in liis earlj days spent
four j ears on a whaler. His physique
was well seasoned when he fell in with
Blondin, auci his "Height 135 pounds,
sajstheSt Louis Globe-Democrat. In
ciussiug Niagara his chief part was to
forget that he had the power of inde
pendent moement Three time he
was carried over on the rope, and that
was enough, for the horror of the
business giew upon liiin.
When he has the nightmare now it
take's the form of hanging on Blondin's
shoulder and gazing down on the
masses of people and swirling waters
270 feet below. Blondin stumbles and
he wakes up feeling that the dream
affects him more than did the reality.
HUSBANDRY IS VERY OLD.
TUliftv the loll Wi Doubtless Hft'
EarllMt Ocnupatloa Cereals
The origin of agriculture is lost in
the misis of antiquity We know that
in Neolithic times in Europe eight
kinds of cereals were cultivated, be
sides flax, peas, poppies, apples, pears,
bullace, plums, etc., at the Bame time
various animals were domesticated,
Among these were horses, short
horned oxen, horned sheep, goats, two
breeds of pigs and dogs. Prof. W
Boyd Dawkins bays that evidence goes
to show that these animals were not
domesticated in Europe, but probably
in the central plateau of Asia. He
also thinks that agriculture arose in
the south and east of Europe, and
spread gradually to the center, north
and west. A hunting population is
often very averse to even the slight
amount of work that agriculture re
quires in a tropical country The
same holds good, as a rule, for pas
toral communities. In all cases a pow
erful constraint is necessary to force
theBe people into uncongenial employ
ment. Fate is stronger than will, and
at various periods in different climes
hunters and herders have been forced
to till tha soil.
As Awitble Cxamlnar. '
Matthew Arnold's! freedom from aus
terity when it came to the ordinary
happenings of life has been the sub
ject of many anecdotes. As a school ex
aminer he was especially amiable,' per
haps, too much so Once be had a class
of girls to examine, and gave them all
good marks A fellow inrpector no
ticed it, and objected tnat some of the
i.'irk must have been roorecleer than
others. "Perhaps that is so," said Ar
nold, "but what could I do? You see,
they are all &ueh very nice girls I"
Caeey Phn t do yez prefer a a chaoar
afther dhrinking whishkey?
Cassady Annything but me woifa,
Rich ore has been struok on the "00
foot level of the Lage Superior and
Western in the north drift. The ore
is good and the drift is all in ore. As
says of a satisfactory nature have been
A new hoist haa also been nrdeied of
the latest pattern. i
gjThe shaft will bo very extensive) in
three compartments and about 7i by 30
feet. This will take an enounous
amount of lumber.
The Lake Superior i: one of the
mines that will ad(' to the fame of this
region. l has all the prospects of a
rich mine with Inexhaustible ore
bodies, and the development work is
carried on with s. stem and skill, and
under the best management
Methodist Chnrch Fair. ..
On November 13, 14 and 15 the ubove
fair will be held in the opera house.
The object of the fair is to defray the
cost of erecting the new Methodist
church, which is going to be one of the
ornaments of the town. Amopg tha
special attractions will be the voting
contests for two magnificent dolls, the
best that money coulQ buy in the city
of Los Angeles. Also one strictly first
class Winchester rifle, take down, Ly
man sightl, 3030 calibre, one of the
latest on the market. One first class
new saddle, tit for the range, Tjexas
model. The contests begin today. Do
not miss this opportunity to get a fine
saddle or an extra fine rifle.
Spanish and piano lessons, bj gradu
ate of Siiell's Seminary, Oakland, Cal.
Address Mra. Edward Zimmerman,
Post Ottice, Bisbee, Ariz. o4-tf
CARELESS WITH JEWELRY..
Many Women Leave Watahea ad
Kin" trouad Where Thieve
JIa Uet Them.
A majoiit of women, though care
ful to u t'tyiee in other things, are. no
toriously careless about their watches
and jewels. The. lay them down
un-in-1 ihej chance to be when
e'.aig ii j 'hfrir Raiment, and not infre
qiunt'j ;he valuables are carried off
b n ti-"l"3fit sonant or guest. " In
oth i u t ft tie teminine reckless
n a to eensfqucnees is displayed,
u.' cm -. jt doii'i tnjuie a ring to
pin u on a uold rr.aible slab at night
Dor to drop u i.LOsionally to the
br ck pavement, but it does ruin the
ec i.H4 ot ihe jew-! to have a -tight
p.,.. pii iti oi, our them; yet theie's
h ' v a member of the sex, unless
6.) .wa?, so man j finger ornaments
tt.. if j impossible to get a glove over
tl t .ii vvjio doe& not subject them to
fcUi-h s.cie treatment, and wonders
unt2 nivii: is when she loses a stone
she a Ue ' ,
0.ie joung woman alwajs ties her
r.ngs up 'r. a corner of hei handler
c'lkf wl.sn he puts on her gloves, and
lhen tutl. her handkvrciiltf up her
sieves, u he ecnslu-uu ,h a aVerj
go jo wa l.n til she lost v!. mjiieLoir
wah u content of tour ihc other
i5aj when the began to beiu-ve he d
L..CI1 i bttle thoughtless with her
t) iiit- ,
i .- .....u bj he portrra of up
5 nu the matrons of wr.vi-
jj i. I-.CC5, hCWlUT USt ,ttl
.. i are left now on washstanui ii
was the case a few jears ago, and this
i? probabl because a large proportion
of womankind seems to have made it
a ru c to keep such ornaments hi their
inoiitDs while thej bathe theii hands
OalrTrro Methodist Papers Profitable.
It came out in the reporta of tti re
cent Methodist conference that only
two of the 15 official journals of the
church, published in different sections
of the country under the common name
of the Christian Advocate, had been
conducted at a profit The net loss on
the others 8106,000 in four year had
been borne out of the profits of the
pubus-hlng business known as the Book
M. J. JOHNSON LJ
Houses and Lots Bought and Sold on Commission.
Houses for Ren . Money Loaned XXX
OFFICE: ANGIUS BUILDING. ROOM 3, BISBEE, A. T.
Imported Liquors and Cigars
HERE'S a pleasiug exhibit of
Fall Millineiy now on view
here. But a few davs out of
the packing boxes, but a few weeks on
the way. They are as new as that.
Some trimmed hats are carried in stock
by the wholesale milliners trimmed,
perhaps, last season. Not so with these
hats. They were oil trimmed to our
order, scarcely a month ago, and are
the handiwork of New York's best mil
liners. The' reflect the very newest
Among the assortment are all-black
hat s-al ways appropriate, but especially
this season, when black is the predom
inating color. All dark, rich, autumn
shades are represented.
The display is not unusually ex
tensive. There's no prodigality of as
sortment to bewilder. It's not difficult
to buy hats just hats and hats. The
display is unusually rich and choice,
each lot an individual selection. The
sooner you see the hats the more of
them you'll see. Each day lessens the
: J. h. UROWN CO.. PROPS.
FULL ASSORTMENT OF.... fc
if Wines, Liquors 3;
MAIN Sr.. OPPOSITE CAN-CAN. f,
A PLEASANT RKSORT
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
Can Can Building Main Street
DAWSON & LEONARD,
MAIN ST. PROPRIETORS
Harris & Greener
Dealers in Wines, Liqtors and
Main Street Opposito Public Library
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j iic miiiiiitmm uiwn in iuu iuoi
(niumvooiis. Vitii'oncn huh jnu
ulll niunjflcoim inrnln.
Bank of Bisbee
Ben Williams J. S. Docglas
J. B. Anoius W. H. Brophy
M. J. Cunningham
V. 11. Bropht, Preaidont
J. S. Douglas, Vice-President
M. J. Cunningham, Cnshior
Foreign Bxohootfo and Toleeraphlo Transfers to all Parts of the orld. Ac
counts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations solicited. Matters entrusted to
our care will receivo prompt attention. Mexican money bought and sold. Aroncj
for Now Zealand Fire Insurance Company.
oao-oojooc jKTor'ro xr,j'rTie
LETS0N & Hit Alt Y, Proprietors.
BEER' and CIGARS
Main Street, Bisbee, Arizona.
Wines, Liquors ond Clears.
B. M. Vocuvicli, Brewery Avenue
Ladies' Silk Shirt Waists
IN opportunity seldom bod, an advantrtgo very rarely to be
gotten. Wo are offering some speoiul bargains in this
line at lean than material price, the cost of making and
trimming not considorod. Ladies' Blaok Silk Taffota
Waists, handsomely trimmed and tuoked, at $4.50; Fancy col
ored at 85.50. Others sold in proportion. You will have to see
them in order to appreciate this matchless offering.
In Uomeruns, Vonitian and Zoboline Cloths, the prettiest
over fb ,vu bote, bnvo just arrived. Come and see them.
St Louis Beer Hall
L. C. Shattuck Prop.
Finest Brands of
AND CIGARS . . .
Acont for Anheuser-Husch
Wholosaln and Kotall
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Ilrewer) Annun Hlnueo Arltonn.
O. K. MARKET
FIRST CLASS PHOENIX BliEF,
Mutton, Pork and Veal. Sausage, for
eign and domestic, constantly on hand.
0. K. STREET, 0PP. CARRETTO'S
A. BAUER Proprietor
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