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COCHISE REVIEW:: THtrBSDA' EVENING'. NOVEMBEEi. 1900
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Jones & Murphy
PAPER HANGERS. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
GIVEN ON ALL WOHK ?3
Next Door to Cochise Review
Straw rides, Horseback Rides, Boating,
Fishing, and Hunting and doing
nothing in the country makes you
HUNGRY AND THIRSTY
But H. Collmann of the Brewery Cute will serve
you. Come and see bis 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 Mettwurst, Frank
furter and Wiener, Sauerkraut and Horseradish, Pom?rania
Boneless Goosebreasts, Westphalia Ham, Pips Feet, Lubecker
Sausage (to be fried), Pates de Foie Gras, Tongue, Felton
Rubon and Mixed Vegetables in Cans, Boston Baked Beans,
Heinze'8 Pork and Beans in Tomatoes, Bismark Delicacies
and Pickled Holland Herrings, Cavier Ncunaugcn (fish), Dill
and 60ur Pickles. Swiss, Llmburger.Rocquefort.Uodcrkrauz,
Koppen and Swiss Krauter Cheese. French Sardines and the
finest Russian Sardelles, Eels in jelly, also Smoked Eels and
Salmon; Goosellver Purry, Westphalia Pumpernickel in Tin
Cans, Fresh Oysters, Anheuser Busch Beer and fine Table
Wines on hand.
You are respectfully invited to call at the Brewery Cafe
and tee for yourself.
Do Vou Want
If so, call and see
Mr. R. Zellner, of the Zellner Piano Company
Who will be in Bisbee three or
four days. He will have his
SCHMIEDING'S Jewelry Store
I.W.Wallace : :
AOENT AND BROKER
Bisbee ... Arizona
Rtivresen ting Mining Prop
erties. Real Estate Bought und Sold.
Money Loaned and Invested.
firs. fl. E. Bruton
Cleaning and Dyeing
By Dry Process
PreMuiakiujr a specialty
Near Raub's Bicyclo Shop,
OBO. C. CLAKK, 1. M.
O. W. M1TCUKLL
" Examinations and reports made on
mining properties. Deal&ns furnished
(or n'l kinds of mining and milling
Assays made in Dupli
cate, 60 cents a metal.
Qualitative and quantitative analyses
made of any mineral substances.
Surveys of Patents in
Arizona and Mexico.
StflCTP Li TIP, V
TIM TAFT, Prop.
Leaves Bisbee on Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
Arrives Bisbee Tuesday, Thursday
Goes through from Bisbee to Nacc
sarl in a dav and a half.
flfflrA At Copper Ouccn Htort
VSII1V Where Information can br hurt.
W. M. LIGGETT, Proprietor
Arrives at Bisbee at 11 a. m. Leaves
one hour after arrival of A. & S.
Leaves Naco at 9:30 a. m.
Trip each way made in one and a quar
V. G. MEDIGOVICH
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
GAMK RJOCJElVEl) ",
' joints, wines Gioars and iodoccos.
Hole in the Wall JWII!U
C. M. Ilenkel, Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Main Street, Bisbee.
J am prepared to supply any
quantity of first-class Brick on
short notice on board cars . .
W. C. FERRIS
B GRAHAM & CO.
First-Clas Driving and Saddle
Horses. The O. K. Livery Stable is
tho largest and bust equipped in Arlr.
CORNER O. K. AND RAILROAD A V.
Good Service, Prompt Attention
PRESTON I1ETCIIER, PROP.
Leave orders with S. K. Williams.
promptly procured, OK NO IEB. Send model, ikttch.V
or photo for free report on patentability. Book "llowV
to ObtlinU.9. and Foreign Patints and Tnde-Markt,"
r&zz. jairen tenai ever oiwrea to laTentort.v
PATEKT LAW7EBS OF ZS YEARS' FHACTICE.C
,20,000 PATENTS PROCURED THROUGH THEM. (
All bausett confidential, bound advice. laithfuH
terrloe. Moderate charsei.
S Wrlt. K fiKTSYTAr Qr " f
to W XJkt Ui.1Wm A WWf
Opp. U. 8. Patent Offico, WASHINGTON, D. a
, Nieo ill
Leaves Bi bee Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays al 7 a. m.
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Bisbee Headquarters at Greene Con
solidated Copper Company's Office,
Rooms 11 and 12 Aitglus Hotel.
Cananea Headquarters, Greene Con.
Copper Company's Offices.
$ UNION MEAT MARKET S
and BAKERY I
fl L. J. OVHRLOCK, Proprietor
JJ PHOKNIX llEKF.Veal, Mutton," Porlt, f.
5 I.umii ami Siiusngo of nil kinds '
W nnenn nic! nun paicq S
m On hand or to order. Weddltie Cakss
fa u specially. y
Directly on the road to Naco.
Wines Liquors nnd Cipnrs.
Your Putronajjo Solicited.
CHARLES HULL, PROPRIETOR
S. K. WILLIAMS
Justice of the Peace
PRECINCT NO. 2
Regular Republican Nominee
Hair Dressing and
Hair and Scalp Treating a Specialty, Facial
Treatment ana MunlcurTng. A Full Line of
Toilet Accessories. Ualr Switches, and Wigs,
Pompadours, etc. Hair renewed permanent
ly by Kloctrlolty. All Work Guaranteed.
AT THE FLOOD CATE
MRS. R. RITGH
J. B. ANGIUS & CO.
Main Street - - Bisbee, Arizona
OPEN daOnd night
OTTO W, QEISENHOFER Prop.
Plant situated in
Upper Mule Gulch.
City Office, Wallace Building.
The J. H. Jack
Lumber Co . .
THE STUDEBAKER WAGONS,
BUGGIES, CARTS, ETC.
Bisbee - - - Arizona
E. G. ORD CO.
Skylights, Architectural Sheet Metal
Work in all its branob.es. Seoond-hand
Goods bought and sold.
NEXT TO BREWERY
HAMPAGNE, THE TAILOR.
Garments made by us have the
Style, Fit and
That Well-dressed Gentlemen
La3nnd furnishing Goods
To William Evant, your holn or assigns:
You are hereby notified that one hundred
dollari was expended In labor and improve
menti upon the Nijtht Hawk Lode in order
to hold the I'tld prom lees under the prnvir
Ions of Section 2324, Reviled Stututes of the
United States, belli? the amount required to
hold the id mo for the year ending Decern b r
31,1869. and if within ninety days after this
publication you fail or refute to contribute
your proportion of such expenditure hi u
co-owner your Interest in said claim will
become the property of the subiariber un
der said Section tS24.
Harry H. MoMamn.
First publication Sept. 12 1800.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Edward h. Hoffman. jJoced.
Notice Is hereby gnn by tho underlined,
ndininljtrairlx of the estate of Edward L.
Hoifman, deceased, to the creditors of, and
nil persons hntinar claims against the said
decerned, to exhibit them with the necery
within fournsonths uftortho first publica
tion of thla notice to the said administratrix
ut the offlce of 8. K. Willlumi, 'n Bisbee, the
in me being ti h place for the transactlbn of
business of said estate in sold oounty'of.Co
chlso, REBECCA N.HIJOHES.
Administratrix of Estate of Ed. L. Hdffiman,
Doted at Hisbee, Arlionn, this 24th day of
First publication October 8. )90Q, -
Notice to Creditors.
Kitate of Patrick Cuiinlnirham, deceased
Notice Is hereby jrlveti by theumiersivned,
iidmlnlstratrlx of tho ostnte of Patrick
1,11'iiilnclinm, drccm d, to the oredltors of
nnd nil person having olalms airalnst the
ti d deceased, to oxhlli t them, with the neo
psary vouohcrs, within ten months after t ho
lira piihllotlon of this notloo to the said
ndnilnUtrntrtx at Hlslioe, the same being
the plane for th trans lotion of business of
said estate, In said county of ConhlRO, '
IUI I A CUNNINOIIAM,
Adm nUtrntrlx of the Estato of Patrick
Duted at Ulsbeo, A T this first day of
First publlootlon J una 2.1801
- Will be held at the Bisbee Opera House 5
Friday Evening, November 2d
g ALL THE COUNTY CANDIDATES WILL MAKE ADDRESSES j
Hon. J. C. Adams
Judge C. W. Wright
g Will be the Speakers on Saturday Evening, November 3rd. Music by ,
Sr the C. Q. Band at each Meeting. Everybody Come. ! 3
I I sw4fcsssss.l'Ksn
The Death of a Coward
jTHHc) Boy leant wearily against tha
J bulwarlc rails, watching tno
lights at they came up one hy one on th
coast. The plunging of the ship still
made his had reel, and he was. weak
from want of food' He seemed
altogether apart form the stir and
life of that 300 emigrants on
board created. His whole soul filled
with & dumb and Impotent pro
test against his fate, and the Hit
before him. Old Capt. Malcolm
had shown little wisdom when he sent
his only son to sea to have some pluck
knocked into him.
In the father's defense it way be said
that he was utterly unable to reulizo
the timidity and! sensitiveness of the
boy. All bis ancestors had been rough
seamen who had faced storm and dan
ger on every sea, and courage and nerve
were hereditary qualities. And now
the last of the Malcolms seemed more
of a girl than any of his five sisters.
All the exhortations to manliness, all
the covert reproaches that came from
his father, were so many darts that
rankled and festered' in his soul, but
failed to compel his nature to be. other
than it was. The boy was made for
peaoe, fo Die quiet and uneventful
life tba' 1 1 cilice in his native town
cculd Tn t Tiered under his mother's
watch in c re Instead', he was here,
an apprc-n .e on the steamship -Pride
of At 1 i cargo boat just off the
slips ui.ii 1 Tyae. andi carrying emi
grant1 1 i, ; Cape. " " -
The zh i ; doctor came out of the sa
loon in the poop to go his evening
round below. 'With him was his wife,
a slight, girlish figure1, wrap in a
heavy cloak She turned at the ladder
which led to the-lower deck and was
about to go'baok. when her ej-es fell
on the boy. She had noticed him once
or twice before, and hia white face and
lonely air roused the womanly sym
pathy in her. She touched him lightly
on fhe shoulder and' said': "You ar
leaving home, like me."
The boy started. A slight color sprang
to his oheelcs, and tears to his eyes.
He smiled faintly, showing a gap where
two teeth had been knocked out by a
smaller boy in the only fight he had
ever had at school.
"Yes, ma'am," he replied.
"You must feel lonely," she said;
"but you will soon bi back, and then
everyone will think so much of you."
Her voice had something caressing
and inviting about it; and so his confi
dence, overoom'ing his shyness and re
serve, "broke bound. He told her every
thing how he wouldihate this life, how
all filled him with fear and' disgust, the
cold and darkness, the chaff and horse
play of his fellow-apprentices, the In
difference, of everyone around him.
He tojd how impossible it was to come
up to his father's standard, how he felt
he was a born coward, and that he
would always be, one, shrinking in
stinctively from the danger and excite
ment that bolder natures took pleas
She liatened sympathetically. Her
hand-had patted him once or twice, and'
encouraged him, to go on. When he
ended, she said: "You must not be too
,ha,rd,on,yaurelf.. It,Ja,npt always those
wflo jearxne leaitjtaat are onwpitjn
$hJ$rnd..sWhen tbe-time comes, t in.
urt you will d3yoydut,';4 4U
The bor heard her listlessly. Ha
I adlitlr heart to respond' toanj; ap-
jb . uj manliness, mere seemea
no'Mme -'hen he would not shrink
iroiq hardship or danger. He almost
felt as if1 his? confidence Had been mis
placed, and'inat sha liad understood
nothing after all.
t She sawthe changet and her inter
est in him somewhat' waned. Courage
to a woman isvthe primary quality In
the 6tfjer',sex, and? nothing will com
pensate f ortW laclc' of It. "She bade
him sood.j tiignt and turned away
back te the'poqp..
InafewminuteSf tne second mat)
passdl along, the dec)c and told" tha
boy4to go below. Then all was quiet.
A ew hours later the Pride of Asia
was Bteamihg at "slow," with her
whistle going every few minutes. Tho
Channel fog girt the ship - like a
hroudt The captain walked "the
bridge uneasily. OJo tempest or rock-bound-shdre"
gives the. anxiety that a
fog on this waterway of the nations
does.ioipanger Ts Imminent every-
CfiS'f'-S.'' 4 . M B muni, liuiuui ocutuuu-
ship is no guarantee of safety. So it
jwa,n,ojy.v A hoarse shout came from
jthe man on the lookout. The captain
'sprang to the telegraph,, and na "Full
F'n istern" rtin'.r out a large sail
ing --.up took fort r tne fcp- and in
a tew vx-'omis erased into the stoam
er in front of the bridge.
The l'ik'e of Asia shook from stem
to stern, heeled over to starboard,
nnd then btj;an to forge ahead, while
the other wint poinding along her
Bide, wrenching thi port boats from
her d.tvits and etv' - i-im in with
her bowsprit. Thea afli paaead away
as a"ghost in the fog
The Pride of Asia had met her
death -wound. At once all was noise
and confusion. The emigrants came
pouiing up on deck, screaming and
bhoutlng with terror. Some of tha
sailorf. lushed to clear tho boats, but
a sharp order from tha captain
In a few seconds tho captain had
decided on his course. The remain
ing boats would not carry a hundred
and fifty people. There were more
than twice that number on board.
On tha other hand, the land was
about three miles off. and a sandy
and protected beach meant safety.
But could it be done with that hole
in hor side? He would try. He
changed her course, rang "Full speed
ahead," and shouted to the mate: "Go
down and shut the for'ard bulkheads,
The mate ran forward, and whh
the help of the tarpenter tore off
part of the hatch covering and sprang
to the ladder. As he climbed down
young Malcolm peered aimlessly ovr
"Bring down a lantern," cried tha
mate, and Malcolm, galvanized into
activity by fear, seized a lantern from
the alleyways and clambered down
into the hold.
The mate ran toward the iron door
in tha bulkhead, which had been left
open, and pushed it to.
"The light here quick!"
And tha boy brought it.
"Blast them! oh, blast them!"
roared the mate. "They're put tha
bolts on the wrong side. In five min
utes we'll all be in kingdom come."
Ha stumbled for the ladder, wild
with terror. Yes, every one would
be drowned, and he, too, with the
cruel, cold water sucking him down.
He dropped the lantern and began to
pull himseli up the ladder.
Suddenly he stopped. An idea had
been born in his brain; a hideous, un
thinkable thought the door could be
eloped from the other side. He hung
l'mply on the ladder, and in his mind
ihih1 a tornado of conihet.
'li. to be out of this awful ship,
Mir once again at home! But the
mn: had said that all were lost.
'1 1 it moant him. too. And if only
t'-at door were shut, all could be
fed Great beads of sweat broke
out on his forehead. He groaned and
wi. thed about like one on the rack.
i lien h began to descend slowly. He
topped again on the last runp. He
clung to the ladder as a drowning
nii"i to a rope. He could never let
go Vhy was he not going up the
ladder? There were boats left. He
lind seen that. He could fight for a
pine? and be saved. He was so young;
nor old, like the mate and captain.
Tliov 'miit give him a place.
All " once he loosened his hold and
ran u.'rdly for the door. On the way
he- tripped and fell heavily on his
hands and face, cutting and bruising
them." He lay half ttunned for a
minute, moaning from the pain, then
raised himself and crawled the reit
of the wav. He passed throueh ti
d ' r and with feverish haste shot
th n ft iron bolts ""h" bov wis
"Ip"m ,n 1 t tomb. He leaned against
tV ' 'lPi.nl sick, sick to donth.
V,l ).-' le dor.o thh? ne did not
kicw T' ev would be saved now, but
he O' God, no more light or life for
htra' Hi poor dry lip's moved con
vnlsitflv and his hands beat aimless
ly en tV iron wall. He would go
back Ilnpc returned with a rush. He
would die in the open with others
around him. It would bo good to die
f1 n- r'it in this hell of darkness and
(c ' rs. He unshot one bolt and
an ' I 1 for the other. Then, with a
low 111,111, he cast himself from it,
dvl mg I1I3 tcetb into his lips in his
It was not to be. He was too great
a uowaid to lire. He could only die.
He would pray. But he could think
of nothing nothing but tho "This
night when I lie down to sleep" ha
hod learned at his mother's knee.
To sleep oh, he would sleep longl
There w. to be no waking this time.
Long shuddering fits shook his
frame ns ho felt th icy fingers of
death rising inch by inch. He
bcrr amed nnd rami, dashing his head
against the iron, that - rath imglu
come quickly. He plunged beneath
the ,water. only to come up again,
fighting madly for life. Then there
was a long drawn sob, and then si
lence. The captain stood on the bridge, a
figure of stony despair. The "land
could never be reached with water
pouring like a torrti.t Into the for
ward hold. He cursed his negligence
in overlooking such a frightful
blunder. It was going to cost 200
lives, and he must not be among the
saved. The Pride of Asia was get
ting low in the water, but he could
not understand why she was not sink
ing more by the bow. She was vibrat
ing from the engines, pushed to their
highest pressure, for the firemen
stuck gallantly to their posts. Five
minutes went, and ten, and then,
with a sudden shock, she took ground,
and all were safe.
Next morning, young Malcolm was
missing, and the sorrowful news was
sent to his father. It was thought
he had fallen overboard when the
ship grounded, and he could not
A week afterward, the divers en
tered the forward hold, and found. -to
their astonishment, that the bulk
head door, which they had expected
to find open, was closed.
They forced it open, and against It
was floating the body of a boy.
Old Capt. Malcolm comes often to
the little graveyard by the sea. In
It stands a cross, on which are in
scribed the words: "HERE LIES A
HERO." Pall Mall Magazine.
' SCIENCE AND- INDUSTRY. "
Tha new German dictionary of tha
carbon compounds names 74,147 of
these substances, and the end is yet
The British consul at Copenhagen
calls the attention of persons trading
with that country to the necessity of
registering their trade-marks in Den
mark. "Nature" notes a remarkable fact
in oonnection with the West Indian
hurricane of September, 1S9S. It ap
pears that before the hurricane one
of the tamest and commonest birds
on the island of St. Vincent was a
small humming bird, but none of
these birds have been seen since Sep
Amrrioan inventive genius is more
active than that of all other countries
ccr-tiied, and for the year e:lni
Julj T901 hes been more la ev'lnce
than ever, patents gi anted for the pe
riod number 20,540, .or more than 5,000
ovr those of previous years.
Last year's output of manganer
was the largest on record, SCO.OOO tons,
divided as follows: Russia, 3G9,0Ct
tons; Spain and Portugal, 140,000
tons; India, 77,000 tons; Brazil, 62,
000 tons; Turkey and Greece, 54.CC0
tons; Chili, 37,000 tons; France, 2S,
000 tons; Cuba, 15.CC0 tonE; Japan,
S.Ud tons; other courtriet. 10,000
tci.s. The annual consumj tion in Eu
rope is about 60O,r"3 tons and that of
the United States 200,00ii tons.
Among some remarkable lunar
photographs made by Messrs. Loewy
and Puiseaux, of the Uniertity of
Paris, is a stereoscopic image of the
whole hemisphere of me moon, the
diifciion of light giving relief and
tshowing very strikingly the details
of craters and mountainous regions.
The picture was obtained by taking a
plate of the moon at ten days and
another at 20 days, enlarging these
60 times, and carefully placing side by
According to Eerr Ecinmann, there
is no relation between rancid paste
and the odor of butter and the quan
tity of free acid found in it. The
greater the amount of cateine and of
milk sugar in butter, the more quick
ly docs it brcome rancid. It does not
appear that light and air exercise any
cirict influence upon the process
Butter made from steril'zed -cream
will rarely become rancid, but,- if
brought into contact with rancid but
ter it will turn In a few days.
Old Engine in rnltvtttnp.
According to nn Kigiith consular
report oil enumti ate laridly advanc
ing in faor ui Palestine for tho pur
posu cf daur. water i:o;u ilv tp
wells to iriigr.te the orare gaiUei..
Hitherto the wattr was ;":n ." "I
inimal p-vrr Thcr? was a Hre
ter wS'eei red frcm fo'ir to cigv. nut s
were required to reolve it, accortiint
to the size of the wheel.