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BISBEE, ARIZONA, THUKSDA-? EVENING. NOVEMBER 8. mOJ.
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Jm NUMBER 250
J. D. UPTON
AGENT FOR LAND SORIP
J M. O'CONNKLL
' OVJO: WAtitiOl BU1LDINU
Mlnli.g; Law a Speolalty
yyiLLUM J. EULPaTRICK
140 W. Pennington St., Tuonon, Aria.
Will practloe la all Court of the Territory.
JYJARCUS A. SMITH
' "WU11trjwit -Hi Strict Court of Cochie
Will attend all term of Court In Coohle
Authentic News in Bisbee Yesterday
Was Very Scarce. V
RETURNS RECEIVED HERE UP TO 4 O'CLOCK.
National "Reputllcan Victory Is Decisive-Various- Telegraphic
Reports from Many Polnts-Courty ,
IBANX B. SUBKBTOBD MTH . HAS ABO
jtRKFORD A JIAZZARD
KMINTS r OR laND SCRIP
-Appointment' Made by Mail
J. W. JAHRINOTON
Speelahiet Dleae of tho oral oavlty and
vown and bridge work. AH operation per
p( A. 8WKKT. M. I). 'i'KL. No. 6
It. a. OARLETON. M. U
A. R. HICKMAN. M. D.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
To the Copper Queu Consolidated Mining
Co. and A. & S. B. R. R.
For Vice President:
0R. ISAAC H. WATKINS
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
0bo s Rear of Drug Store.
g K. WILLIAMS
JUSTICE OP THE PEACE
Xetaxy Public and Conveyanoer. Bill col-"etta-a
RAILROAD TIME TABLES,
Arizona & South Eastern Railroad
Paolflo Time one hour earlier than City time
.. South BUbee
Dan I.lil . .
. Bannin. .
...Cbarleton . .
?lag Station rtop on Signal.
R. C. MORGAN.
Southern Pacific Railroad.
Marleopa, " ...
x-3?he election news yesterday vr as not
Atnand that could be placed. before the
, 1Ipvto a late hour last night, men who
had. money on the election, either gen
erally or on specific state results, were
striving to get information of reliabil
ity from any source, but were unable
to do so.
A mass of telegrams had been re
ceived from various sources on precincq
results, but only two of any account,
regarding state and national results
one as to Louisiana, and the another
computation giving McKinloy ,131
The following telesrrams have been
received from time to time up to the
hour of going to press;
The New York Herald estimates Mo
Klnley's plurality in New York state
The New York Journal's Boston spe
cial places McKinley's plurality in
Massachusetts at 90,000.
Returns from 150 towns in , JNIalne
New YORP. Nov. 7. The Journal
estimates Maryland repuplkan 8,000,
Kentucky democratic 6,000, New York
republican 100,000, New Jersey repub
lican 30,000, Indiana democratic 16.00Q,
Illinois republican 26,000. These es
timates are based on about one-twentieth
of the state vote.
New Orleans, Nov. 7. The State
of Louisiana went for Bryan, usual ma
jority. Light vote.
Denver. Nov. 7. The Post says that
Arapaho county is closer than antic
ipated. The present outlook indicates
that the fusionlsti have carried it by
- BALTIMORE, Md., Nov. 6. The re
publicans have earried Maryland be
yond a doubt. The only question being
the size of McKinley's majority, which
,is estimated at 40,000.
fuaa. arrlre SsOOa.tn.
Loa Angel, arrive
wllloox, arrive.,. !..
. 9:00 a. a.
1 :45 p. m.
.phoenix, " , 6:90am.
Paetencer for Phoenix, from th eatf or
at, remain at Maricopa over night. Sleep
:lng car and, hplljaoeommodatlou. .'
- -Xew'Xtzlco-aBd ArUoa Railroad.
Benton, , leave
Noale, " . ..
Kogales, leave .
Beuon, " . ..
. .S-.tOp: m.
. SilOo. m.
. 7:57 "
. 8:40 "
10 J p.'m.
8:15 o. m.
Ouayma, . "
5KW a. m.
Saata Wm Ireott and Phoenix Railroad.
uua0ut, wave .. 6:1
XersBOillio, arrive 9:1
Butte, Mont., Not. 6. Returns
from Silver Bow county which casts
about a fourth of Montana's vote indi
cates that Bryan has carried the state
by something like 20,000.
New York, Nov. 7. At 12:30 this a.
m. National Commltteen ManleyGlbbs
and, Bliss held a conference at the con
clusion of which the following state
ment was given out: "On returns re
ceived at republican headquarters up
to this hour, the Republican National
Committee claim to have eleoted Mc
Klnley by electoral vote of 284, posfibly
21 votes in addition, making a total of
203. These 21 votes consist of 13 votes
in Kentucky and 8 in Nebraska."
.Denver, Nov 7. It looks like Bryan
hai.carried Colorado by 40,000 major
ity. Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Ma
ryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Min
nesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey,
New York, North Dakotah, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont,
West Virginia, Wisconsin, with a total
of47 electoral votes, have gone republican.
JHo Spring Junot., arrive ,
Coagree Junet "
Jerosae Junct., ......11..,...,,....
Atafgrk, ,... -
10. -00 p. in.
. 11:47 "
, 12:55 a.m.
.. 4:28 "
DENVER 16 precincts give McKln
ley 2,426, Bryan 2,023.
TOPEKA, Kas., Nov. 6. 10 p. in,
There is absolutely nothing on which
to base an estimate in Kansas. Only
two small precincts complete These
show very little change from '90.
Up to 11:30 today returns from Olobe
and other towns requested by special
telegrams not heard from.
. San Francisco, Nov. 7. Chairman
Stone, of the Republican Committee,
states that McKInley. has carried Cali
fornia by 25,000, and that the republi
cans have elected. 7 congressmen, also
that the. California ..state .legislature 4s
'Newark, if. J., Nov. 7. Grening
Hefa estimates that vNew Jersey will
give Mc&iniey ,J,uw majority.
-.Ghicaoo,,Nov. 7-F. Ch.Gould, of the
Democratic state committee, admits
that McKInley has carried the state of
Illinois by a good majority.
Boston, Nov. 7. Massachusetts has
gone republican by considerably re
duced majority. Nearly all the repub
lican state tioket and at least 10 out of
13 republican congressmen are elected.
OMAHO,.Neb., Nov. 7. The -World-Herald,
Democratic, ' says: Pointer,
fusion candidate for. governor, will
have a small majority probably about
3,000. As between .McKinley and
Bryan the state is very close. '
Newhavjcn, Conn., Nov. 7. With
only the larger cities and less than a.
dozen town's -missing, returns at '11
o'clock indicate that the .republicans
have oarried Connecticut Jor. president
by plurality vt '20,000.
The following table gives, the returns received up to -i p.
Precincts will be appended as fnst'as received.
in. The returns from the remaining
For Delegate to Congress:
N. O. Murphy ,
Marcus A. Smith . . .
Charles H. Davidson . ,
James S. Robinson
For Representative :
H. M. Woods..
F, R. O'Brien
i. E lward Brown . . .
Adeibert V. Lewis . . .
C. L. Cummlnga.
M. D. Soribner.
IT. C. Stillman
For District Attorney:
George W. Swain ....
Edward W. Land. .'. ... . .
For Probate Judge:
W. F. Bradley...
For Assessor: :
Charles A. Overlook
Walter T.Fife...: ...
For Surveyor: .
J. A. Rookfellow.
George O. Clark
For County School Superintendent:
For Supervisor: t
George B. Reay . . ..:..
A. V.Noyes :..; .
P.. J. Delehanty ....,, ,.,
B. F. Graham '.
A computation is made that McKin
loy received 289 electoral votes out of
the 447. This gives McKInley a ma
jority over Bryan of 131.
Last evening Scott White and other
prominent democrats telegraphed up
and down the line for news, but up to
noon today had received nothing.
At 11:15 a telegram was received
from Tombstone giving the vote for
supervisors from Miller's canyon, and
saying St. David was not in yet.
35C preeincts in Kentucky, out of
1877, give Bryan 3'9;663, McKinley
Iowa,. Minnesota add New Jersey
returns slow from western states.
Salt Lale, Nov. 8. Out of 88 pre
cincts in Salt Lake county, McKInley
1,314, Bryan 1,248. "
Concord, N. H., Nov. 8. Republi
cans have undoubtedly carried the
state by 20,000; both republican candi
dates for congress were elected by
about 6,500 each. The legislature is
overwhelmingly republican in ..both
branches. ' r '
504 precincts out of 1,877 in the state
give Bryau 61,921, MeKinley 66,353.
Bid for Philippine Guns.
Liverpool, Nov. 8. A consignment
of-guns captured by the Americans in
tlie'Phlllpplne Islands and sent to Liv
erpool by speculators was offered for
sale by auction today.
For two modern Krups, complete
with carriages and mountings, very
small sums were offered. For three
cannon $250 each was offered; for twelve
Howitzers from $05 to S1Q5 apiece.
Thete were mostly antique guns, valu
able only as old metal. As the offers
did not reach the 'reserve price no sales
IN THE DRAGOONS.
Properties Are Being Developed
Rich Region Rapidly Coming to the
PARIS, Nov. 8.The French war
office evidently does not consider that
tho Chinese crisis is approaching Its
end. On Nov. 1, a steamer left Mar
seilles for China with 1,200 soldiers
aboard. On Nov. 0 another sailed with
almost as many, and in a day or two a
third will go with over 3,000 mules
Spanish and piano jessons, by gradu
ate of Snell's Seminary, Oakland, Cal.
Address Mrs. Edward Zimmerman,
Post Office, Bisbee, Ariz. o4-tf
Several mining companies in the
Dragoons are shipping their ore to El
Paso, says the' Prospector, among"
which are the Copper Belle, Great
Western, Peabody, Black Diamond,
and recently the South Bisbee Copper
Co., which is located In the southern
end of the range known as qhe Mule
mountains. , Recent returns from the
South Bisbee company's ore shows
what values obtain in the carbonate
ores of the Dragoons.
The Copper Crown of Arizona Min
ing company, capital $2,000,000, with
directors residing in Minneapolis,
Minn., and in Arizona, own eight
mines in a body, also in the famous
Dragoon mountain range. They are
taking out rich carbonate copper ore
for future shipment to smelters, and
are sinking a working shaft. A work
ing force of nine miners and a foreman
are crowding development.
All indications and development so
far shows that the company are in good
ore, well located, and should make a
paying mine of the Copper Crown. As
says of the ore, made at different timed,
show from 9 percent to 48 percent
copper, with low values in gold and sil
ver. The JBlack Diamond company, south
east of the Copper Orown group, began
systematic developments In 1898, at.d
have opened up a fin body of 20 per
cent copper-ore. They are capitalised
at $2,000,000, and stock is now telling
at par to build a 150 ton smelter.
Large capital is going Into copper
mining In Cochise county, especially
In the now famous Dragoons. At
Pearoe, directly east of tho Copper
Crown and Blaok Dlamflnd mines, is
located the Commonwealth, which was
bought about Ave years ago for $375,
000, and has since paid the company
over $4,000,000 in profits. They arc
now installing a new 80-stamp mill.
The ores in the Dragoon Copper belt
carry good values in gold and silver
making the. possibilities of- large prot
its In mlnlng-here far beyond Michigan,
with its loWpercentages of copper to
the ton of rock, which has to be re
duced in its stamp mills to obtain the
mineral, then smelted and relhied
Dragoon copper ores can bo smelted
into bullion carrying the copper, gold
and silver, and Shipped to refineries
and all values saved.
' Arizona Is fast gaining upon Mr ittuuu
and Michigan on output of copper, and
Is evidently the coming leader of the
United States. Arizona produced in
1899 over $25,000,000 in copper.
. ! Precinct Ticket.
Followlng-is the vote oast for jus
tices of -the- peace and constables at
Tuesday's election, and shows the elec
tion of S. K. -'Williams aad George B.
Willcox as justices of the peace,, and
Amllo.Kunz and Michael Doyle as constables;-
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
3. K. Williams 44Q.J
George B. Wilcox 440
BRITISH LOSSES HEAVY.
Casualties for Octofeer in South
Africa Large as During War.
Lodon, Nov. 8. The daily tale of
British casualties' is heavy. During
the: month of October the British lost
167 killed in action, including fifteen;
officers, seventy-one of whom died of
wounds, 387 died of disease; twenty-two
died of accidents, and ninety-seven cap-
W. WVWeed 176 tured or missing; a total almost equal
J. W. Wright ., 330 j to the monthly average for the dura-
,' constable. . tlon of the war.
Ainile Kunz.-. .,.-, 432
James Fagan.J 307
T. W. Oliter 295
A partial vote from Miller' canyon
came hvby I p. in. today. The total
vote f rtfnl Groat Western and partial
returns from St. David were also wired
by 1 :30 p. m today.
THE VERDE KING.
New Copper Mining Company Organ
ized in Jerome.
Articles of incorporation of the
Verde King Copper company have been
filed with,the county' clerk at Prescott.
The company was organized by the
well known Lo Angeles man, Chas. J.
George, who has other wealthy and In
fluential men associated with him.
The company secured nine claims in
one of the very best locations in this
district, within less than a mile of Jer
ome, directly between the United
Verde mine and the Copper Chief.
The claims show up excellently, and
there is every reason to believe will
develop into paying mines in a short
time The surface is seamed with im
mense Iron dykes, in appearance some
thing similar to the croppings of the
TJnltod Verde. A surveyor has been
ongagod to survey the property. A
contract will be let In the near future
lor the running of a tunnel into the
mountains several hundred feet on the
claims. Other development work will
ulso be done, The.company has plenty
of capital at Its command and Intends
to put that capital in circulation around
Jerome. The capital stock of the com
pany is 1,000,000 shares, of the par
value of $1 each.
The card appears in our columns to
day of Doctors C. L. Edmundson and
C. L. Caven. ;
AMERICAN CONSUL ACCUSED.
Berlin Paper Says Mason Misrepre
Berlin, Nov. 8. The Berliner
Tageblatt charges that United States
Consul-General Mason, In a special re
port made to Washington, in which he
assorted that German manufacturers
and iraportors often fraudulently used
American trademarks, was guilty of
misrepresenting the facts.
'All that American merchants have
to do who expors to Germany," It says,
"Is to get the trademark registered
here, at uu expenseof 30 marks In each
fast, which Is precisely what German
merchants do to protect themselves
against fraudulent practices."
Lord Roberts will shortly rbturn to.
England with a majority of his staff.
Arrangements are being made in Cape
Town to send the first batch of refu
gees back to Johannesburg, and-accom-.
modatlon is being provided at Bloem
fontein for a garrlsoc of 7,000.
Nevertheless the activity of the
Boers continues. On Oct. 26 a com
mando of 300 captured a garrison of
thirty men at Reiderburg, but after
ward released them. Trains from the
south to Pretoria are attacked by the
Boers almost daily. Oct. 24 tho burgh
ers occupied Koffeyfnntein.
On the other hand, Gen. Knox has
inflicted a reverse on Gen. De wet's
forces near Parys, capturing two guns,
one of them a weapon lost by the Brit
ish In the Sannas Post affair.
The Dally Express publishes sensa
tional statements that the Boer revival
is more serious than has hitherto been
believed and that in consequence Lord
Roberts' return is likely to be still fur
ther postponed. It says alto that no
considerable party of troops will return
before January or February, while the
regimental drafts from England will
continue and 5,000 horses will be gent
out. . . -.
The paper definitely declares that'
the Boers are well arm-d and- abund
antly supplied with ammunition, and
that the campaign is likely to last an- "'
other six months. In the best Infromid
quarters, however, it Is asserted ,hat
there Is no ground for the pessimism of
the Dally Express. .
Trouble In theJsl'and.
Reports continue to come In of- trou
ble, with Japanese laborers on nearly
all the Hawaii plantations. The JajJ-' "
ants? who continue to' work on the '
plantations do not do above 75 percent '"
as much labor in u day as, they did .
when they wore under contract. . In
addition to this they will not work
more than about half the time As the
plantation fuanlshes them houses.med
leal attendance, wood, water and other
perquisites, their failure to work regu
larly adds considerable to the price of
labor. In addition to this, wages have
gone up on an average nearly 85 &
month. Whenever any effort is made
the plantation managers to get the Jap- '
anose to do as much work in a day a
they formerly did or to work more reg
ularly they leave the plantation.
This is to notify that Mr. PaulMor- .
gan Is the only tuner representing us-''
In this section at the present time.
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