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COCHISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 3. 1900
All Candidates on This Ticket
Accorded Excellent Receptions as
They Discuss the Topics
of the Day.
The opera house hall was well filled
last evening by a representative audi
ence to listen to the addresses of the
All parts of the ticket was repre
sented, there being only one or two
C. C. Warner was the first to address
the people, and- the candidate for the
council received a perfect ovation as
be stepped forward.
His speech was well received, and
the subjects touched upon were chosen
as being the matters which had been,
or would be brought prominently be
fore the people of this county.
Among the matters thus touched
upon were the celebrated bull on tax,
county division, 'removal of penitent!
ry, road tax, etc., while Mr. Warner
explained bis action with reference to
the eight hour law.
H. M. Woods, who was accorded an
excellent reception, spoke on the issues
ofx the day and assured his hearers of
his intention to serve his constituents
with honesty and industry.
Mr. F. R. O'Brien, candidate for as
semblyman, was the nezt speaker.
Date' Graham was received with a
storm of applause as ho stepped for
ward. The candidate' for sheriff made a
speech that met with great favor from
the audience, and was a straightfor
ward and manly address,
Mr. Cummings spoke next in a few
H. 0. 8tillman, for recorder, was
called upon. He referred to his Ion?
residence among the people of Blsbee.
His first career was briefly touched
upon. This was well known to his au
dience. His life, as a workman among
the people of Bisbee was referred to.
He promised economical treatment of
the office. He had an excellent recep
tion. Charles Overlook, for assessor, was
received with loud applause. Mr.
Overlook referred to his long sojourn
In Bisbee and the district and pointed
out that his experiences in the county
qualified him for the office he bad been
Geo. B. Reay, A. V. Noyes, Thomas
Allaire, F. a, Willard and G. W.
Swain addressed the meeting and they
were followed by speeohes from the
candidates for precinct offices.
George Spindle was up from his
C. E. Tyler arrived home from Phoe
nix lasl' evening.
PaulMorganof Phoenix registered
at the Hotel Norton.
Queen Lodge No. 6, A. O. ,U. W.,
meets tonight. Visiting brothers in
vited. We find Henkel, the jeweler, carrys
the finest line of watches, jewelry, etc,
In the city. ol2-tf
Wanted A boy to work attinsbop.
Light employment, good wages. Apply
1 to Joseph Schwartz.
Judge Swain and Thomas Allaire
were visitors and speakers .last night
at the republican meeting.
Gov. Murphy, Hon. H. C. Adams and
Judge C. W. Wright, tonight at the
opera house, will address tho electors.
. A. V. Noyes and C. L. Cummings,
two candidates who spoke at the polit
' eal meeting last evening were Norton
L08T--A small, indexed, gray cov
. Vred note .book, of use only to the
. owner. Finder will confer a favor by
leaving at this office.
' " Wanted A girl for general house
' work in family of two; no washing.
Apply to Mrs. Leonard, opposite War
ren steam laundry.
Dont have someone tell you but hear
the returns read yourself, as they come
in on the special leased wires at the
Young Men's Democratic Club Tues
day night. Admission one dollar.
C. C. Warner, F, R. O'Brien, H. C.
Stillman and H. M. Woods spoke from
the library porch to a large number of
people yesterday on their arrival from
their county trip.
Commencing December 1st the BU
bee Water and Coal company will de
liver ccal by their new electric ele
vated trolley burro systeovto all cus
tomers. , E. B. MASbN, Mgr.
National reHtrns, territorial returns
and full county returns will be received
Tuesday night at tho Young Men.s
Democratic Club headquarters, over
special wire run into the building.
Young Con Sullivan, met with an ac
oldent yesterday evening that was re
ally a wonderful escape from death.
He had prepared his blast and stopped
back when a rook fell that crushed him
! NEWS OF' '
I THE CITY I
down. He was badly hurt but fortu
nately not seriously or permanently.
Ho recolved the prompt attention of
tho corapuny'6 physicians'.
Marcus A. Smith, on Monday even
ing, will address tho people of Blsboc.
The town is full of candidates of
both parties who will remain here now
until after the electiou. Bisbee is the
deciding ground for many as far as
number of votes go.
The very latest and authentic elect
ion news from all parts of the county
will be received at the Young Men's
Democratic headquarters, Graham
building, Tuesday night.
Master Jack Haukins was tendered a
surprise party last evening. A num
ber of young friends unexpected
visited him and a very jolly evening
was passed in the enjoyment of vari
C. C. Warner, H. C. Stillman, H. M.
Woods and other candidates arrived
on t.c e afternoon train from, their tour
through the county. The Copper
Queen band met them and escorted
them to tho town.
Mr. Toohey, the well known con
tractor, was in town last evening. Mr.
Toohey says that the most 'satisfactory
progress is being made on the line and
tho contractors will commence laying
rails within a week or so.
Services in the Library Hall to
morrow morning and evening M-each-ing
by the Rev. T. C. Moffett. Subject
at 11 o'clock. "The Old Gospel for a
New Age" at 7.30. Hunting for religi
on; "CJnto whom shall we go?"
Rov. S. A. Thomson, D. D., will
preach in the Methodist church to
morrow, morning and evening. The
sacrament will be administered during
the morning service. Quarterly con
ference' will be held tonight at the
house of Mr. Durley. All members
are requested to attend.
DownatNaco, the other day, Sam
Finley was called in to sea a sick man.
5am had read L. B. Hayes' advertise
ment in the Starabout a lost wheel,
and it did not take him long to identify
the one he found in the sick man's pos
session as the ono Hayes had lost. This
U the fifth wheel recovered last month.
Charles Harris, bees to announce that
ho is continuing his business of tailor
ing and repairing at short notice at his
residence in Tombstone canyon this
side of the Castle Rock. That he is
now in a position to make clothes and
to repair and clean them at the cheap
est rates and invites the attentionof
tho public to his fine stock of fall and
winter goods. ,al2-tf
The Mingus Mountain Mining com
pany now has twenty men employed on
their grounds. Development work
is bding done in several places with
considerable cuccess. A 6x8 shaft has
sunk 115 feot, in which has been found
rock carrying copper, gold and silver,
assays running as high as 850(- in gold
and 8600 in silver. They have, run an
incline shait l&o feet and drifted' 160
feet from it. The first palena struck
in the immediate vicinity was found In
this shaft; it was 50 per cent fine and
carried valves in copper, gold and sil
ver. Presidint Thomas says the new
40 horse power boiler will be ready to
fire in a few days. This will furnish
sufficient power for their several hoists
and, of course, be a great saver of labor
in hoisting. Surveys for patents are
now being made and when this" work is
completed it is the intention to ' in
crease the force of minersr
Serious Election Error.
A serious error has been discovered
In the official instruction to voters
furnished by the clerk of the Super
visors to the election officers d'f the
various precincts of Coohise county.
The ballots are correct in form,
but the instruction sheet accompany
ing advises the voter to "put his
mark opposite and to the right' of the
name voted for." This is incorrect,
following the language of the old elect
ion law- of 1891. This was amended
in 1895 and tho voter, to vote legally,
must mark bis ballot to the left Left
of the name for which he wishes to
vote. The straight ticket is voted in
square immediately nnder the name of
the party. All voters should exercise
care in this regard.
By authority of Supervisor Allaire,
the supervisors office in Tombstone, has
been wired to correct the error and to
furnish proper instructions cards to all
How Boeri Spot the BtltUli OflUere
It is curious to note that the carl
of Airlie met his death, not by a' stray
or chance bullet, but by a shower of
lead sent at him through the reflec
tion of the sun's rays onto his field
glass, having practically hellographtd
to tbe enemy's sharpshooters the po
sition of a British officer of some dis
tinction. It was said at the timj? that
Sir. George Colley lo6t his life cm the
crest of Majuba hill In the same way,
and that the bullet which killed him
drov,. jome of the glass into the fatal
wound. It Is notorious that since the
Bri'.c'u cancers, whom the Boer sharp
she utirs have special instructions to
pick eft have dressed themselves down
as. far as possible to the appearance
of an ordinary soldier the endjjj4hjT.e,,
Irtjit eye open for men uilctfflelfl
g. (, and have already ecured nu
merous victims that way. London
In ninok nnd Wlilte.
Coal has gone up and milk Is about
to go up. Here you have it, remarks
the Chicago Tribune, in black and
A MINING DISTRICT
Progress of the Ajo District
Mines Being Deveioped-A
Splendid Future for
This Region, '
A. J. Shortwell was in from the Ajo
mining district tnls veek and gave a
Star reporter tbe following Interview:
The valuable portion of the Ajo dis
trict is a tract of land about one by
four miles in extent, 'wtlh a. trend from
N. E. and S. W., and Is ono vast copper
bearing proposition. It was fully ex
amined and reported upon this past
summer by prof. Lake, formerly of tbe
Colorado soliool oT mines, who pro
nounced it ono of the finest prospects
he ever examined, and prophesied that
It would one day be a great producer.
The various holdings are described
as follows: N. E. border A. J. David
son has 8 or 10 claims and adjoining
him Col. Bean 'Is' located on the old
Spanish workings. -
Just west of JCol.Beaa.is the,. territory
of the Cornelia Copper company whp
have 100 acres. '"
North of -this ia'ta'e center of the old
crater is the S&oYwaH'Claims, compris
ing $00 ' acres,"" . Just west of these
claims are a number of properties be
longing to Sbortwell, Laffeaty and
Riohardson, these claims are under de
velopment. " , " ' ,'
Th'e St. Louis .Copper company have
two ahiitns on the 'northwest border of
the basin. These people-own u small
experimental mill of 30 tons per day ca
pacity. They liave mado fourteen
shipments of concentrates with grati
fying'results. One very pleasing feature of all tho
ores in the district is the absence of
deleterious bpse material, as zicc, lead,
arsenic and antimony. They have been
pronounced by the El Paso smelter
people the purest copper ores received
at their works Si
Col. Bean's workings have yielded
excellent results, running, as high as
60 per .cent in carload, lots and in addi
tion ,yast .quapltles of concentrating,
ores running .from, 10 per cent upare in
light. ' ,
A Los Angeles company' have secured
territory south of Coh Bean and are
now sinking a 500-fbo't shaft as fast as
men and mo.peyrcan put it. down.
The Cprpele.a Copper company;, a cor
poration, of St Loujs and Arkansas
people, -are exploiting oh an extensive
Boale. They have shaft machinery on
hand io put dovn a lJOOO-foot Ahaf t.
They are. after ore and wattr, andjhave'
down 300 feet of a three compartment
sbarf( securely timbered from top to
bottom, and all the way from top to
bottom they ate in ore and 70 feet of It
passes through onecofltlnuous body of
high 'grade milling ore, and wolrk is
being pushed as fast as modern air
drills, can cu( the rook and giant-powder
blow it out. 1
A 100-ton mill is a possibility of the
near future by these people. Other
possibilities of the future are' exten
sive enlargements by the St. Louis peo
ple, and two new companies We being,
initiated on a large scale.
Everything points to the future Im
portance of this district, as well as the
Gunsight and adjoining districts, and
as the country is as level as a .floor
from the S. P. to the camps, a regular
railroad grade, It is not ImposslbleHhat
a road will be run Inside of 12 months.
The grade is but about 1,000 feet in
Three years ago one white man was
monarch of all he surveyed in that
country, Thos. Childs being the only
inhabitant of alt that vast country be
tween the S. P.. R. R. and the Mexican
line. Now' .there are 100 men in ihe
Ajo district.alon,et ...
During the past two years Mr. Shot
well has, .been quietly, enveloping water
and he is.no.vv ready to gp,to work and
do something, and is building a good
substantial concrete . house for office
and living. .
,r rum ' i m 11 i
Harris, the tailor,1 only charges 92
to clean a suit of clothes, Tombstone
canyon. ' "tf
A novel contest may" be witnessed at
the opera house on Nov. 14, during the
M E. Fair. A genuine "baby show,"
open to all infants under two years of age
within the boundary of Cochise county.
Suitable presents will be given to the
successful competitors. Be sure to
como and see the cherubs.
To oorreot a false Impression wbloh
seems to prevail, I wish to state that,
in the' event of my election to the office
of County Superintendent of Schools, I
hall resign from my position as princi
pal of the Tombstone school. Such un
agreement was made with tbe trustees
before my name was placed in nomina
tor F. c. Willard.
Tea Garden Drips.
. Is a sugar syrup of highest quality;
once used, always wanted; delfolously
sweet, makes taffy candy to perfection;
manufactured by Paclflo Coast Syrup
Co., 707-719 Sansome St.. San Fran
Spanish and piano lessons, by aradu
ate of Snell's Seminary, Oakland, Cal.
Address Mrs. Edward
Post Office, Bisbee, Ariz.
A PlecLaura to Answer Letter
Write for Kutlraatet
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE GO.
MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORGE AND
BOILER WORKS ALL CLASSES OF MINING MACHINERY
Special Agents for the Celebrated CAMERON STEAfl PUflPS uud
CHARTER GASOLINE ENGINES
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
El Paso. Texas
Mil ilflHNSnN REAL ESTATE' MI"E BROKER
Houses and Lots Bought and Sold on Commission.
Houses for Ren.. Money Loaned XXX
OFFIOE: ANGIUS BUILDING. ROOM 3, BISBEE, A. T.
Blankets and Comforts. 1
All prices, weights and kinds find
sentotion in our Blanket Department.
Not a worthy sort missing, not an un
worthy sort included.
All cotton, cotton and wool, all woolit
just depends on how much money you want
to spend on Blankets.
No matter which kind you buy, it is uni
formly good of its kind.
The cotton and ,wool Blankets are good
cotton and wool Blankets, but are not good
"all wool" Blankets, nor are they permitted
to pose as such. A JBlanket is a poor Blanket
when it is passed off for something it is not.
Here are prices of three luxuriously good
Blankets, made in Galifornia, where the best
Blankets are made:
Vicuna Wool Blankets. 7 lbs. .
Red Wool Blankets, black border,
72x90, 9 lbs . . $10.50 a pa'r
'We might encompass the stock in h few
words, by saying from S1.50 to 86.00 each,
but then you wouldn't know what really good
Comforts can be had for 82.50, 83.00, 83.50
and 84.00. Made of prettily figured goods,
daintily lined; light and fluffy, for it isn't the
weight of the Comfort that gives warmth.
Full sized. These are some of the good
points not always found in such priced Com
forts, The 86.00 Comfork are filled with down.
Cotton-filled Comforts are all right until
comparison is made with down-filled ones.
Then the difference in price doesn't seem so
,$44 44 "? 4 44
Bra WnxuMi J. S. Douans
J. B. Anqios W. H. Bbopht
M. J. CrotroroBAir
foreign Bxchuutfo ond Telegraphic Trnnifort to all Part of the World. Ao
count oflDillvlduuIi, Flrtm and Gcrporatlutu tollolted. Mutten entruited to
our core will receive prompt attentl'- 1. Mexican money bousbt and told. Avrener
for New Zealand Fire Iniuranoe Cotuuuny.
EMV(JKKX1 KKK1 "UOXJ4KIXVCI fKKVtMOfl'iil
Ladies' Silk Shirt Waists
TWN opportunity seldom bad, an advantage very rarely to be
. f gotten. Wo are offering eomo speoial bargain in tbia
line at loa than material prioo, the cost of making and
trimming not oonslderod. Ladles' Black Bilk Taffeta
Waist, handsomely trimmed and tucked, at 81.00; Fanoy col
ored at 9&50. Others sold in proportion. You will have to see
them in order to appreciate this matchless offering.
In biomerons, Venitian and Zebollne Cloths, the prettiest
ever rhvyu hPic, bave jast arrived. Come and see them.
1 HrVlr 4
-68x84, 7 lbs.,
$7.50 a pair
$950 a pair
W. H. Bbopht, President
J. S. Douglas, Vice-President
Mi J. CtJNNiNonAU. Cashier
GEORGE DUNN f
PROPRIETOR ... t
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Bis bee's Favorite
Imported Lkiuoro nod Cigars
J OU KODILE
5 J. K. UKOWN Jfc CO., I'ROPS
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5 .FULL ASSORTMENT OF....
I Wines, Liquors
2 J Bis bee's Favorite J
5 S fATV CTDT?TrT 4
I sCFine Cigars
0 MAIN ST.. OPPOSITE CAN-CAN. f
fwmfWfmmtmmtwftWfimwm s .
Hannittdcr Bros. $ UPDite
A PLEASANT RESORT
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP,
Can Can Building .Main Street
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DAWSON & LEONARD,
MAIN ST. PROPRIETORS
Harris & Greener
Dealers in Wises, Liqcobs and
ON DRAUGHT V
Maill Street Opposite Public Library :,
One utile bulow town in the Cool
Cottouwooils. Cull once nnd you
will ttlwiij'H como niraln.
ICTS0.V & WHALEY, Proprietors.
BEER and CIGARS
Sportsmen's Resort. N
Main Street, Dlsbec, Arizona.- -' '"
Wines. Liquors and Clean.
B. M. Vocuvich, Brewerv Avenue
St Louis Beer Hall
L. C. Shattuck Prop.
Finest Branda of
AND CIGARS . . .
Asront for Anheuioflliuch
Wbolcxile mid lU-tall.
Wines,. Liquors and Cigars
Brewery Avenue BUbee Arlcona.
O. K. MARKET
FIRST CLASS PHOENIX BEEF,
Mutton, Pork and Veal. Sauiage, for
ign and domestic, constantly ou hand.
0. K. STREET, Off. CARRETTO'S
A. BAUER Proprietor
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