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t i ?l -aoosmx kktosw : mostly jtwrara November 5, isw
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i NEWS OF f
5 THE CITY 1 1
L. T, Hartwell left today for Mexico.
M. Stern of Chicago isl at the Reuse
tnor. M. Friedburg, of San Frauciseo, is iu
R. T. Lenson left today for northern I
Scott Whlto canu) in from Phoenix l
J. O.Anderson -of Nobles i at th
M. D. Scribner, candidate for troas-
urer, is in town. . . ,
Lawyer English, wont down to meet I
Mark Smith today.
J. A. Rockwell of Pennsylvania Is a
bessemer guest. h
M. O. Bccdy ofLos Angels U t
flskared at th NotOn, J
C. B. Higsttt arivwdifroiu Naeo.ari
esterday and is aLthe Kortou.
A lot of btttingfbas Keen done br
over the ttrritoi iaand'eounty tickt.
Mtsr. York aiS Bo.tvrick, th can
didates, and Mr.' Packard nr at Naco
Among tb gUMtt at the Bditmir
hqttl is Norton C&aw, tbt rll known
UJ , :' t.
'Sch'mid.t amrio frow Chicago
yeiterday. andj-ag1tr at the Hotel
Beiitmw. ' g,
Wa find tsnk tho jeweler, e&rrys
die fltleit Una of watcher, jewelry, etc,
in the city. , . . ol2-tf
Arnold Sohlaat of Now York is re
gistered at the Bieroer having ar
George Reay tturned to Naco Sat
urday, taking wlthhlm Jots of cam
paign literature., " f
' J. G. Martin a Benson citiien is
among tho reooat arrivals locatd at
the Norton Hous. .
Thotnas R. Yjrk andjO. R. Bcftwlck
iki'oanong.'the candldaUson tho anx
ious'seat In-Bisbeo today.
P. R. O'Brien left for Turquoise to
day, whore ho will 163k after tho In
terests of the' republican ticket
Mark Smith, at tho library to
night, will address tho people. Other
Candidates and, well known orators will
John Braadow came up yesterday
from his ranch in Mexico and Is spend
ing a few days in town with tho Bocae
mob as headquarters.
"Lost--A' small, 'Indexed, gray sev
ered noto book, of use only to the
owner. Finder will confer a faver by
laaviiig ii iui UUJUO. j
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WANTED A girl for general bouse
work' In family of two": no washing,
Apply td Mrs. Leonard, opposite War.
ren steam laundry.
Dont hate someone tell vou but hear i
ihe returns read yourself, as they come J
In 'on tb special leased wire at the
Young Me'n's Domoerrtlo Olub Tm-1
dayhlght. Admission one dollar. '
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Cbas. N. Thomas, ono of Tombstone's
frst majors, .Is in the city from Bisbee.
Bellas been very ill .and is just rocov, ,
ering from a bad ijpell of ,Iokne5S. ,
Mr. uodfray'a resldenc, beyond the
Norton, fs now nsarly eoeaploted. The
house is well planned and of exoeed
ingly handsome appearance. It will
be, an ornament to that part ef the
Commencing Deeeinberlst thf Bis-
pee wajerano: Coal company win dt- The lecent rain was very heavy in that
liver coal by their new electric 1 icinityand the biy washes that lead
rated trolley burro system to oil eus- j to the river were raging torrents of
tomew, E. B. Mason, Mgr. water. An improvised rainguage near
.jbfatlonal returns, territorial returns th rlv ho"d Wl of two and one
and full couqty returns will be received owth inches for tho storm, i - v
Tuesday night at the Young Men.B "T"; T
Democratic Olub headquarters, overi Arizona Uates.
special wire run into tho building Tfa flrt dat8 eTer produced in the
" " , , ' , United States for market wero. raised
The services at this Presbyterian k M s D, Lount) of phoenix, and
church yesterday were conducted'hy Lere ,oW t0 a phopnj, cultointP topM.
,qo new pasior, me ev. i'. u. Monett.
The services were well attonded and
tho ministers eloquent Exposition of the
subjects he chose for bis sermons oreat
ed a most favorable itrfpretslon. Mr.
Moffett will do good work In Biobo'o.
Paul Morgan, the expert piano tuner
who makes regular semi-annual trips to
-Biibse, is here again. Those wantincr
their piano tuned or. repaired by a sclj
entiflc tuner can leave orders at
Sohmieding's Jewelry store. Mr. Mor
gan expects to remain here this week
A most unique Hallowe'en party was
glvon at the beautiful resldenoe of Mr.
B, J. O'Reilly In Naco, Wednesday
evening. The house was most artistic
ally decorated with jack-o'lanterni,
corn stalks, pumpkins and doners.
Strings of peppers and doughnuts wore
festooned from the celling of the par-
lots and hall. There was only tho
weired llclit of candles, except for. the
hospitable-looking flre which shone
from the logs in the flreplaoe, All
orts of Hallowe'en games wero In
dulged In, such as diving for apples,
whirling tho boop of fortune, fortune
telling, etc. On entering each guest
was presented with ) nut tied with
ribbon nbloh, upon being oruihed dis
closed ( a verse foretelling tho fu
ture. Just at midnight tfco guoets
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wero seated In a circle about&he fire
place anil were served wlthdollfWus
pumpkin pie, ginger bread, iderp
ple?, nuts and fruit. Then eaoh ctae'ln
turn told ghost storieb unti the flre
burned low and all departed thanking
tboir charming host, Mr. RelHjforgpo
of the most delightful evenings of tnjir
Uvea. 1 s.
Shorman of GeneReo i at the
Bessemer. V ,
1 E. J. Jacklin is intown taking in the j
' election fun. , '
i va inn,i tho ,u..,.tf ut.tm.nciv Ma
Ji tktlt) WMt vwJVW iVVVVVJ
looking up his political fences. , i
c. H. Jones of San
locatrd nt'the Bessemer yestemay
Tho Cununoas stage left this inorolng
0l,dod with passongora and luggage
A uumbor of candidate and friends
Wont down the mine estcrday in seairh
of vou n,.
to clean a -ult
tailor, only cbarges2
of clothes, Tombstone
band dance -
morrow night will be a success
everybody will be there. t 'f
The ball at the opera bouse Tue
night, given b the Copper Queen bai
is to be the evsnt of the season, ,
The excitement over the election is
now at fevei heat, and people o.ffa
sporting turn are backing their fancies
in the great oontof Tuesday,
The Damooratic club will have ?o
morrow night reliable returns.from all
parte of the country. They ba4 pro
vided at a great espenie a perfect sys
tem of report of the votes
The polling place ia oolng- prepared
and will be both convenient vand 'cdktf
modious. The room which is Cham
pagne's tailor shop, is large enough
and centrally situated.
Charles Harris begs to announce that
he is continuing his business of tailor
ing and repairing at short notico at his
residence in Tombstone canyon thlB
side of the Castle Rock. That he lis
now in a position to make clothes and
to repair and clean them at the cheap
est rates and invites the attention
the public to his fine stock of fall and
winter goods. 12-tf jf
Major and Mrs. McCllntock A-ove
down to Naed, yesterday. The ( hos
pitality of the Naco citizens Is prol
erbial, and the visitors thoroughly en
joyed their trip. The Major me&)Vf
al old friends, as in fact he doewhere
ver he goes. "The situation of Naco,
the Major said: is delightful aujl its
streets and buildings, water system
and improvements', show the progres
siv spirit of its eitizans.''
Governor Murphy was met by the
Coppor Quean band and escorted to tho
Besiemor. Ho addressed the; miners
from tho Library poreh in the aftei;-
noon, and in tne evening he mot a large
audience at the Opera 'f louse. W is
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speech was chiefly a defense sigainst
the charges made against him an tho
various papers, and was well received.
Ho was preceded by Major McCHotock.
The gentlemen who were to have ae-
cmpanied the governor were unable
" be Present and consequently he
mMtlnf "M ,oon br0UKllt l0 a f'9"
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AoioM tLe r,Tep from Pyr,mld thew
u much MtlvUy. The HamesU
jg-.tamp mill is running night and ay.
A MW cempanT ,, opening up-a gVoup
of muii U8ar e Homestake called the
Fay group, which Is owned by Los An-
gele mon. Ten mn are employed,
and some very rich ore is being sacked
The sheeptrail mine is carrying a'i
full force of men, and everything-about
the camp has a prosperous appearance.
This year the date crop of the experii
ment station northwest of Phoenjx waH
put up in neat packages and sqhi read
ily at So cents a pound. Mrs Iknmt's
tree this year produced 200 pounds of
dates, and from two tree at the ejtper-
' iment station there was gathered 290
I and 300 pounds respectively 'Phoenix
A novel contest may be witue&qed at
the opera houso on Nov. 14, during the
M. E. Fair. A genuine "baby show,"
open to all Infants under two yeais of age
within the boundary of Cochise county.
Suitable presents will be given to the
successful competitors. Bo sure to
oomo and see the cherubs -
To correct a false impression which
seems to prevail, I wish ,to state that,
in the event of my election to the office
of County Superintendent of Schools, 1
1 shall resign from my position as priuoi
I ..I ..J .t.n 1nil..tAH. ..IiaI Si.aL n .
agreement was made with tho trustees
before my name w placed in nomina
tor F. C. Willard
Tea Garden Drips.
Is a sugar syrup of blgnejt quality;
onc-o used, always wanted', dolfclously
sweet, makes taffy candy to perfection;
manufactured by Pacific Coast Syrup
Co.. 707-719 Sansome St.. Han b'n
BOWIE SAYS SHAME TO lONDyN. .
Revokes British for Their Frcnz.
Welcoming the. Volunteers,
London, Nov. 5. Boforo u jugo
audlonco John Alcaruudev Dow ti vobe
mently rebuked tho British people for
tho frenzied manner in which thoy
bovo been celebrating tho return of tlie
i imperial volunteers.
o shauie. where U thy Wu-U?"aliti
exclaimed. "I am an old mnn, but
uever before have I witne-ed uclp a
sight as that which disgraced London
last night.. America's great cities
rmtlil not, atom) so low. America dfies
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not ,prouuce a oreeaaapamc oi siicu a
ftnd wnin advanced stagesiof
druukonnees dancing and kilngin
the public streots. It .wa tho'dov'b
owu .celebration. Will you repeatity
Will you.go .vnad when Lord Tioborts
coinos homo God forbid that vou
should heap your country with ena-ns
by reenaeting such sins and trenzies as
thQse which have made the last twenty
4a ft m I -i f 4 va w i a J
BRITISH ARE USING Pf AT. f
Consumers Driven" to it Becausc4of
-,igh Price of Coal.
LiyEBPOOL,-'Nov. v. The exorbitant
price of coal is causing consumers Ifcre
to experiment with peat brought fm
Ireland, where' the supply fa practically
lnexhaustable? Several cargoes wmch
have already been landed heie btve
met. with a ready sail' for consumption
in both residences and offices The
results are entirely satisfactory anJ( it
now looks as if,' Ireland would reap a
considerable benefit during the coratog
winter from this innovation.
Pari Sympathy With Boers t J
Paris, Nov; S.'-The Trmpe kjd
Journal' contrast, the rejoicings in Lou
don over the return of the City of Lou
don -Imperial volunteers with the ra
centsuecesses In South AMva. yhe
Journal asks why Colonial 'Secretary
Chamberlain leaves England on the
eve Wi tne U'lumpnani return vi cue
volunteers, and declares that there
must'be some unknown reason tor his
The Matin says that the annexation
of th Transvaal by the British isi in
effective and illegal. The country it
declares1, has not been taken, and fthe
Boer soldiers re not rebels. Annex
ation' is a slmplo, pretext for violating
the laws of civilized warfare and. for
committing cruies of every kind - ,
PAB19, Not. 6. The foreign
officials believe ex-President
will travel inCogtiifid during his
to the European-capitals, relinquishing
it in eaoh pity only long enough to per
mit an Exchange of visits 'between biro
self and the heads pf the nations. tts
stay In Pans will not exceed rorty
eiglrt hours, and' possibly only twiMSfy
four Tho Freneb government will not
offer" Mr. KrUger any formal function,
though it is expected the city will' ten
der him a demonstration which will be
a scene of enthusiasm.
Torpedo qaU 4t Baiton.
Boston, N"ov. S.--,Th'e twin :corpedo
boats BlaKeiy and Uc i-oc, tne tir
vessels of their-feindV are 'dealing cpm
' . . . . ..
pletion, and wll,vbe launohed
time this month: They cost
the Go -
vernment $15fc$(K) teach, and
feet over all and 18 feet beem. V-iKey,
will carry a commander, 'six petty of
Hcers and a crew of thtrty-fivd, and
will be armed with three ?-pouud rapid
flre guns and three Whitehead torpe -
I does. " ,
Too Mycb for Deoew. ' f
lEW York, Oet. 20.-Tiere was a .
humorous feature lntermlngied vm
the unpleasant one tht occurred du -
. . . , . - i
isf Senator yhauncey M. Depew'e cam
palgnlng at CSbleklll yesterday.
Senator Depew was rudely Interrupted
during his efforts to make a speech,
but one 'Of the retort to his' remark
was clever erioughto boar repetition
"Is there a man in this crowd wn
knows what JO to 1 means?" asked the
senator, In an ot-course-there-isn't tone.
'Yes," was the prompt reply from
an elderly sou of Erin;' "It means you
have sixteen dagos to wan Irishman on
your big New York Central railroad."
.The senator' gasped at the rotort,
while the orowd roared. ,
Will Shoot to Kill. . :
Chicago, Iil., Nov, 6. As a result ot
the reign of crime which has 'been
frightening residents of Eranston, a
suburb of this city, for over a week,
Major Thomas Bates yesterday wrote
a letter to Chief of Police Bartram, in
structing him to order the police to
shoot, and to shoot to kill, any ono seen
perpetrating any robbery. This letter
was promoted by the repoit of four
new attempts at porch climbing and
burglary which wer reported jestei
day morning and late Friday night.
Six Hundred Dead.
HojQ Kowa, Nov. 6.A typhoon has
occurred a!t Touraane. Annam, causing
vast destruction, -Six hundred persons
Spanish and pUQ loeeoaa, by gradu
ate of -.Bnell'e Seminary; Oakland. Cal.
Address Mrs. IMwari ZimmermasMf!
r-sYsac,irji A,r j
A Tpl&oLsuro to An?wot' Lefcst-M
Vrlt for Estlmnte
EL PASO FOUNDRY ANl MACHINE CO.
MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORGE AND
BOILER WORKS ALL CLAS8ES-0F MINING MACHINERY
Special Agents for Hie Celebrated CAMERON STEAfl IHJHPS and
CHARTER GASOLINE jiXfllNHS
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
El Paso, $Tf :-
Houses and Lots Bought
Houses for Ren . Money
OFFICE: ANGIUS BUILDING.
5 fr rf f-f It f-r f rjf -r f t ?
DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERV foi feminuie bat
tors who'll win uo innltor who they bet ou or how
election goe. This is alwnvs uudevstood wheu
candy ia the wagex
GLOVES AND TIESA splendid buihnetii
trom which timid backers of favoiite candulates
can economically eottlo
HATS AND SHOES-kt.-.oii Huu, hlansu
8hoe, other good makes m well In the heat of
political argument it's so easy to ;,bet a good Jiaf
or a "good pair ot shoe ' 1'he best Idnds of Hat.-,
and Shoes are here
CLOTHING, teady-to wear or made-to-magtu-e
Home will win clotlie. Aside fiom the satisfac
tion of winning, there's aa additional satisfaction
uf winning such clothing as we've m sale this sea
son. Each suit is so good 'that no -matter which
you pick you can't lose
A new lot of Women's Walking Hats just
-received, and they are even prettier thanthe la.-t.
Thoro's a simplicity about the'siyles that adds to
rather than detracts from tlioir smart appeal aifro
"Wide brim, jjlain shapes, in &mooth oi ruugh
effects, with juat a simple silU band Some bands
are ot black velvet ribbon with an luhJitioual nar
row band of gilt. Other hats aie eiuKrcled with
stitching, crown as well as hiim.
In blacks, browns and grays and not much
to. pay. - , ,
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Bw Williams J. S. Docoxie
B, Amoios W. H. Bbopht
M. J. OorcaNOHiu
oouaUof IudlTldunU, Plrtn awl Corporation solicited. Matters ctitruited to
munc and leletfraDlilL'
ouroare will receive prompt altentlr 1.
(or ftew ZAAluiiil Mre Iniuronco Loiupa
iaiaoJniif) -cpronKJBiJ nr8&'nKJK$o
N opportunity seldom had,
gotten. We aie otfeiiug some special bnrgainn in this
line at less than material price, tho coBt of making and
trimming not considered Ladies' Block Silk Taffeta
Waiats, haudsomely trimmed and tucked, at 81.60; Fancy col
ored at 3.60. Others eold In proportion. You will havo to see
them In order to appreciate this inatohlass ofterin?
lu Uomei uub, Venltiau and Zcbellns Oloths, the prsttistt
evar eh wu heie, have jnst arrived Come and eo them
REAL ESTATE, MINE BROKER
and Sold on Commission.
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3. GISBEE, A. T
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W. H. Brophy, President
S. DoraLAS, Vico-Prebident
M. J. CoxNiNoniM, Cashier
lrnrular to all Hnrtj ot tno otw ac-
Moxiuun money boujlit nml sokl ipencj
an advantage very rarely to be
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DAWSON & LEUHAKD,
MAIN ST. fSOPfiltlORS
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Harris & Greener
Oct Lena in Vi.i, Liqcoks and
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Hinm Vvnuf Htibce Irliouu.
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FIR1 CI. VSS PHOENIX UBB0..J
Mutton. P01 k and Veal. SAUsage, for-
' AtrYti ov-ttl tlrMyt4f .ftiutntlv rlTl Ylfinri.
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