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0O0HISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 3. 1900
Jones & Murphy KX Painter
PAPER HANGERS. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
GIVEN ON ALL WOKK gt&
Shop 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. Collmonn ol th Brewery Cafe will serve
you. Come and see fal 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, Pomirania
Boneless Goosebreasts, Westphalia Hani, Pigs Feet, Lubccker
Sausage (to be fried), Pates de Foie Gras, Tongue, Feltou
Ruben and Mixed Vegetables in Cans, Boston Baked Beans,
Helnze's Pork and Beans in Tomatoes, Bisniark Delicacies
and Pickled Holland Herrings, Oavier Ncunaugen (fish), Dill
and sour Pickles. Swiss, L.imburger,Rocquefort,I..iederkrauz, ,
Koppen and Swiss Krauter Cheese. French Sardines and the
finest Russian Sardelles, Eels In jelly, also Smoked Eels and
Salmon; Qooseliver Purry, Westphalia Pumpernickel in Tin
Cans, Fresh Oysters, Anheuaor Busch Beer and fine Table
Wines on hand.
You are respectfully Invited to call at the Brewery Cafe
and im for yourself.
Do You Want
If so, call and see
Mr. F. 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 : :
AGENT AND BROKER
Bltjbcc - Arizonu
Re.vresen ting Mining Pi'op
erties. Real Estate .Bought and Sold.
Money Loaned and Invested.
rirs. H. E. Bruton
Cleaning and Dyeing
By Dry Process
IlreMinaklng a specialty
Near Rsub's Bicycle Shop,
OKO. C. CLABK, E. M.
C W. MITCHELL
Examinations and reports made on ,
mining properties. Designs furnished t
(or a I kinds of mining and milling '
Assays made In Dupli
cate, 60 cents a metal.
Quaiitrtlve and quantitative analyses
made of any mineral unbalances.
Surveys of Patents In
Arizona and Mexico.
BISBEE anil NACOSARI
TIM TAFT, Prop.
Leaves Bisbee on Mouday, Wednes
day and Friday.
Arrives Bisbee Tuesday, Thursday
Goes through from Bisbee to Naco
sari in a dav and a half.
CifiXrr At 'Copper Queen Store
SI11VG Whore Information can hr had.
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 lletail Dealnr In
ciQiiofs. lines floors m iodoccos.
dole in the Wall JEWElsY0DE
" C. W. Henkel, Practical
. Watchmaker and Jeweler
Main Street, Bisbee.
I am prepared to oupply any
quantity of first-class liriok on
snort notice on board cars . .
W. C. FERRIS
First-Class Drivlue and Saddle O
Horses. Tho O. K, Livery Stablo Is C.
the largest ana best equipped In Ariz.
CORNER O. K. AND RAILROAD AV.
Good Service, Prompt Attention
PRESTON FLETCHER PROP.
Leave orders with S. K. "Williams.
promptly procured, OB NO FEE. Send model, jketcb.V
or photo for fros Trart on patontaUUtr. Book "HowV
to Obtain U.S. snd Fortlira FaUnts andTnda-Marlii,"l
razz, ralrtit wnni srer onoffo to inrentoriA
rATERT LAWYERS 0 29 XEAK3' FKACTICC.I
M.nnn patfnts pnnmnFn t roug them.
All buiTnei! eonfldsntlsl. Sound adrlc lalthfulf
Mrrle. Modtrat. chareii.
C. A. SNOW & CO.
Opp. U. 8. Patent Office, WASHINGTON, 0. a
Itiiblj III!!,! OUUUHiSl
Leaves Bi bee Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays al 7 a. in.
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Bisbee Headquarters at Greene Con
solidated Copper Company's Office,
Rooms 11 and 12 Angius Hotel.
Cananen Headquarters, Greene Con.
Copper Company'6 Offices.
UNION MEAT MARKET $
$ ... nair-nw U
m hmu DMrttKY
L. J. OVKRLOCK, Proprietor
2J PnonNIX1 HRRP.Vcnl, Mutton, Pork. $
LaniD and Suusaeo of ull kinds
BREAD, PIES AND CAKES
On hnnd or to order. Wedding Cukes
$ BREWERY AVENUE, BISREE w
Directly on tho road to Naco.
Wines, Liquors nnd Clears.
Your Patronutfo Solicited.
CHARLES HULL, PROPRIETOR
is5! no r
S. K. WILLIAMS
Justice of the Peace
PRECINCT NO. 2
Regular Republican Nominee
Hair Dressing and
Hair and Sculp Trentine n Specialty, Facial
Troiitment and Mutiloiiring-. A Full Lino of
Toilet Accessories. Hair Sw itcbos, and Wlift,
Pompadours, etc. Hair renewed permanent
ly by Electricity. All Work Guaranteed.
MAIN STREET IIDO D DITAU
AT THE FLOOD CATE ITIIiWs (It 111 I Uil
. B. ANGIUS & CO.
1 Main Street - - Bisbee, Arizona
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
OTrO W, GEISENHOFER, Prop.
Plant situated in
Upper Mule Gulch.
City Office..Wallace Building
&00frfr9 9O0O0OOOX i
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 branches. Sacond-nand
Goods bought and sold.
NEXT TO BREWERY
HAMPAGNE, THE TAILOR.
Garments made by us hare the
Style, Fit and
That Well-dressed Gentlemen
Latents-nd furnishing Goods
To William Evans, your heirs or assigns:
You are hereby notified that one hundred
dolluis was expended in lalior und improve
ments upon the Night Hawk Lode in order
to hold the said premUPs under the provl
ktons of Soctlon 2324, Revised Statutes of the
United States, heiiiftho amount required to
hold the same for tho year ending Decemb r
S1.1S90, and if within ninety days after this
publication you fail or refuse to contribute
your proportion of such expenditure as u
co-owner your interest in said claim will
become the property of tho subscriber un
der said Section 2324.
Hakhy H. MoMawh.
First publication Sept. 12 1900.
Notice to Creditors.
Estatp of Edward L. Hoffman deceased.
Notice is hereby Klven by tho undersigned,
administratrix of the estate of Edward L.
Hnlfmun, deceased, to tho creditors of, and
all parsons having claims against the said
decerned, to exhlli tthem with the neceessry
within four months after tho first publica
tion of this notice to the said administratrix
utthoofflcq of e. K. Williams, n Bisbee, the
same behifr tj o place for the transaction of
business of said estate in sld county of Co
chiso. REBECCA N. HUGHES.
Administratrix of Estato of Ed. L. Hoffman,
Dated at Bisbee, Ariaona, this 24th day of
First publication Ootobor 8, 1900.
Notice to Creditors.
Kitnto of Pntilok runnltij:hom, deceased
Notice Is hereby trlvon by tho urn' rslgned,
adininUtrntrlx of the ostnte of Patrick
Cuoninirhntn, deccaH 0, to tho creditors of
nml nil persona having claims nirnlnut; the
an d ileccnu'd, to exhlli t them, with theneo
cinr vounhcrs, vtitliln ten months after the
ilrot publlo tlon of this notice to the said
administratrix at Illiiboe. the sntno holuir
the place for th trans etlnti of business of
iiald estate. In said county of Cochise,
JUI IA CUNNINGHAM,
Atlm nletratrlx of the Hstnto of Patrick
Dated at Hlsbec, A T this first day of
Pint publication Jun 2. 1906.
Republican Mass Meeting
Will be held at the Bisbee Opera House
Hon. J. C. Adams
Will address the voters of Bisbee on matters of vital importance. Music
by the Copper Queen Band. Come Everybody.
Horror Seven Hours Long ;
An Zxslbltion of Ccrarace by a Tanks
"lT IB Mid'," remarked the old
J doctor, "that a person can't
live and retain, his sen&eb in a
state of blind, animal terror' for
more than a very few minutes at a time.
Either nature will take refuge in her
cyclone cellar, unconsciousness, and
the person will faint; or the brain ten
sion will get beyond the snapping point
and he will become insane; or the heart
will oollapse under the strain, and
death will follow. Or any two or all
of these things' niaj' occur at once. So
say the authorities. I was of the same
opinion once, but I've known, better for
a good many years, although I've never
seen a second case to disprove the rule.
Did it ever ocour to you when some
long-standing record of courage or en
durance, or the ability to bear pain has
been broken, how often it is a woman
that break it?
"This was a young woman, a New
England school-teacher by the name of
Mildred Wickst. She had been invited to
pay a visit to two elderly maiden
at'intu who lived on the outskirts of an
old tovvn in the central part of Vir
ginia. u'liTe T began the practice of
medicir The house was one of those
three n. ' southern colonial struc
tures road verandas and fluted
coluu.i - " "entire height of the front.
Froir fit ,-ft. in the rear, there extend
ed u i . ' . aable wing which, in some
fonut t ; t.icd of prosperity, had been
givin t ver to the guest chambers, but
which now for years had been little
"By some misunderstanding the
young woman arrived Just a week ear
lier than she was expected, to find her
aunt's house in the midst of prepara
tory housecleaning. It consequently
became" necessary, until the room in,
the main part of the house could be
prepared for her to put her in one of
the wing chambers, and in one of these,
on th tHird floor, she was duly in
stalled. It wasi one of those enormous,
high-studded rooms that have entirely
gone out of fashion nowadays, even in
large houses., There was a great fire
place in it and solid mahogany furni
ture of ft somber, old-fashioned type.
"The elderly aunts were somewhat
apprehensive lest the remoteness, and
long disuse of the chamber n.ght cause
their niece some uneasiness, but she
was a healthy young person not given
to nervousness, and scoffed at the idea.
It was.arranged, nevertheless, that the
.housekeeper, who ordinarily slept in
the main division of the house, should
occupy, that night, a chamber adjoin
ing the visitor's for the sake of com
pany. "At bedtime, however, an unexpected
difficulty arose. It was suddenly re
memoered that the keys to both the
young woman's and the housekeeper's
chamber had been missing for a num
ber of years, and the doors were also
unprovided with inside' boltE. The only
duplicate keys were in the housekeep
er's bunch held together by a solid
brass ring, from which they could be
removed only by breaking or filing the
brass ring. Leaving the young wom
an's door entirely unsecured was. 'of
course, not to be thought of. The
housekeeper finally proposed that she
should lock the door for the night from
the outside, taking .the keysi with her
into her own room and unlocking it
again early in the morning. The win
dows of the chamber being three
stories from the ground there was no
possibility of Intrusion from that
source, and should ,the housekeeper's
presence be needed at any time during
the night It needed only a few vigor
our raps on the wall to summon her.
The young woman found no objection
to this plan, and the housekeeer, after
bidding her goodnight, went out and
locked the door after her.
"Left to herself, the young woman,
tired from her journey, lost no time, in
undressing and getting into bed. and
once in bed it was a very few moments
until she was sound asleep. The next
she knew she found herself sitting up ,
staring out into the room. How long
she had been asleep she could not tell;
hours, she thought, since there, had
been no moon when she had gone to
bed and it now shone in her window
from well up In the sky.
"Then with a start it came tocher,
that she had not awakened naturally;
that there had been some sort of a
noise. She peered around the room,
but could see nothing alarming, and,
save for the sound of the insects, the
night was as quiet as the grave. So
fin j she laj down again and in a few
iik . nlo was ha.f.wayin adoz$. Then
tia ..ilj the found heritlf sitting up
asain, her htart throbfrrg wildly.
Something wa3 mot in? aJarg the base
of the wall opposite her bed. As it
moved there came a Jeriei of gurgling,
sputtering, stertenms sounds, exactly
as though some one was choking. The
young" woman clutched the bed clothe
an tried to pierce the r'arkners. But
slu could distinguish only the vague
ou;.int of a crouching orm. The chok
ing, gurgling sounds, however, contin
ued, and then suddenly she heard the
clank of a chain being dragged along
"The thing reached the corner of the
wall and paused there for a moment.
Then it emerged and began to creep
slowly along the base of the second
wall, which would bring it within a
yard or two of the post of the bed. The
you V woman got as far as to her
kneefa and remained there watching its
progrest. There was no question of
shrieking for help. She was locked ?n
with the thing, whatever it was, with
the key of her door somewhere in the
housekeeper's room, and the house
keeper asleep. She knew, too, without
trying that she could get no sound out
of her throat.
"It shuffled down the second wall with
many pauses, but choking and gurgling
alwaysr. Once she thought it might be
some sort of animal, but as it passed
near the moonlight at the wnaov,-sshe
saw that it was not It had rather a
horridly grotesque resemblance to a
man. Having reached the second cor
ner it began tomove along the third
wall straight toward the loot of the
bed. The young girl stuu;b.ed out at
the head to the floor. The thing pulled
itself over upon the footboard and be
gan to search through the bedclothes
Finding nothing it tore the clothes
with teeth and hands furiously. The
young woman watched the process
from half way down the w all. She tried
to think what would have happened to
her had she failed to awake when, sha
"By degrees it seemed to grow calm
er, and finally in turn crawled down
from the head of the bed. The young
woman could not tell whether it saw
her or whether it could see. As it ap
proached, she moved softly along the
wall. When she reached the corner
she proceeded down the next wall, the
thing following, uutll, with many
pauses, they had made the chcuit of
the room. Then the circuit was re
peated1. On this time round she heard
a clock in some distant part of the
house strike 12. The housekeeper ex
pected to call her about seen. Later
she heard the same clock strike one.
Once she" shuddered at the thought ot
fainting in the thing's path, but she
knew that she should not faint. She
thought of its leaving the wall and
making for her directlj across the
room, but it stuck closely to the base
, board, feeling its way along. The dis
tant clock struck two. Then it teemed
to the young woman that the journeys
around the room weie being made at
a slower rate. The thing p.it.si d of ten
or, and- longer at a timi Finally it
must have stopped for a quarter of an
hour, only to creep on a ,aid or two
and1 stop again. After that it moved
no more. The young woman stood
watching half a dozen yards further
along the wall.
"In the morning the housekeeper un
locked the door, looked in, and prompt
ly fainted' across the threshold. The
young woman still stood with her
bauds against the wal! She t!ptcPd
anois to the housekeeper, dragged her
into the hall, locked the th i i U hind
he:, and -went swiftly downstairs. In
tin mj ting-room she came upon her
auntb- .Wlisu they saw her one of them
fainted us promptlj as had the house
keeper upstairs. The other ran up to
"Mildred, what has happened?'
' "Then the young woman smiled and
began talking foolishness. They railed
me iu to see her within an hour. It
happened that I had seen her on her
nrrhal the af.ternoon befoie, a brown
ej'ed, liark-fyalrcd, beautiful girl. It
was bmali wonder, therefore, that I
war, n bit shaky when I had been
brought into the presence of my pa
tient. In one night her face had been
scared and iurrowed as with the cares
and sorrows of three-quarters of a cen
tury, and her hair was as white tie,
snow Incidentally she was suifering
"from an ugly-looking case of brain
feVer, iiud for two months reason, and
life itself, hung in a balance that would
have turned for a hair. But four
months later, when she went back
home under the care of her mother,
her mind was as good as it had ever
been, and the lines and. furinw had
been rubbed out of her fa tnd the
plumpness andi color of jc utb was re
turning fast. But her hair was never
anything else but white. as snow. ; .
"What was the thing in her room?
Nothing in the world but a horrible
example of public savagery and official
carelessness. There was a pocr-farm
some eight miles from our town, and &
miserable pauper, hnvlng gc i ? violent
ly insane, they knew notl ! r better to
do with him than-chain hun n. an out
house and treat nim like s r.ugerous
animal. You can imagine, u lather,
you can't imagine, the effect on bcth
his personal appearance und ou hi r.u
ease. One afternoon he escapi d. carry
ing part of his chain with hun, and in
his wanderings reached the elderly
aunt's house, which stood ejen in the
midst of house cleaning. Attracted by'
the coolness inside he had crept up
into the old wing, where he had en
tered one of the chambers, and hid
den in the great fireplace, and gone
to sleep. The light of the young wom
an's candle that night had roused him,
and his journeys round the wall were
mere animal instinct searching for an
'"They called for him the same morn
ing, and I saw the poor devil when they
found him lying up there in the room
Itj is a solemn fact that his canines
projected an inch below his upper lip
Hje didn't have on enough rags to cover
the backs of a man's two hands, and
his hair and beard and skin had been
indescribably misused, and the poor
wjretch was in the last stages of con
sumption. But his night's adventure
proved not such a bad thing fo'r him,
for he died tw'o weeks later in compar
ative comfort. But the manager of
that poor-farm had no such easy exit
from the troubles which overtook him."
DON'T LIKE ARTIFICIAL ICE.
tm Housewives Declare It Is et
Little Account for Reirlffar
T , suing Purposes.
A new grievance has arisen to annoy
the housewife. A few years ago, when
artificial ice came into vogue, she re
garded It as an unmixed blessing that
would greatly lessen her tribulatione
To-day she complains that it lacks the
o,ne essential property of ice cooling,
says the Chicago Chronicle. It does
not cool things, she says. Even though
1;he ice box be kept full to the lid with
solid cakes the cream sours and the
strawberries shrivel, th bottled beer
remains tepid, the butter melts and
the salad wilts, just as they would were
there no ice in the refrigerator. At
first this puzzled the housewife. She
thought Maria was at fault. But Maria
called the saints to witness that she
had placed the beer bottles all around
the cake of ice, the butter and berries
on top and the cream and lettuce close
by. The housewife was .still doubtful.
She spoke of It to a neighbor. "It's the
ice," said the neighbor. "I had the
some trouble. There is a big-worded
scientific explanation of it, which I
can't give you. But It's something to
know that artificial ice won't keep
things cool, as the Jack Frost kiud
does. It's bad enough when one has
a nice, cool cellar in which to keep
one's refrigerator, but when it is one
of the hardwood set-in apattment kind
in a passageway between the kitchen
and the dining-room and one expect?
company to dinner and the blanc-'
mange won't jell"
"Just my experience. We had straw
berry custard for dessert at least we
were to have had orie. It turned out
something between an eggnogand'a
very fluffy omelet souffle. We drank if.
Of course I blamed poor Maria, scolded
her for not making the custard in time
and for putting too .much milk in it..
She said that it had been made in time
and that she had put it on Ice at noon,
which seemed incredible, but I believe
her now. Things do get cco but they
are no colder after a sojourn cf 84
hours in the ice chest than the.y arc
after being there one hour. Msris's
grudge against the cistal-c'lear plant
ice is bitter. 'Sure. anMt don't lasht
long enough to cool annything, anny
how,' she says"."
Fox Ilnntlng n Costly Luxury.
Fox bunting comes high h,vl?rirain.
Some interesting particulars Selatiuj
to the first cost of the sport were
given by Lord IJathur,. Thetv are
now 281 packs of fdxhounds in ihe
United Kingdom ISO in En't!nd. 20
in Scotland and IS in Jru-.i.i. . ..d
these packs consist of fi.'i couples
of hounds, and they -necc 4ti.li- the
employment of 1C0.C00 horses of the
value of $.15,000,000, involving an out
lay of .$23,000,000 per annumfor theii
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