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COCHISE REVIEW : THJKSSDA? EVENING. NOVEMBElt 8. 1000
Published JEvery Evening:, Except
THE BISBEE NEWS COMPANY.
V. R. N. GREAVES, EDITOR
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BISBEE, ARIZ., NOV. 8. 1900.
THE C. Q..BAND.
The painting of that really orna
mental temple of music erected by the
Copper Queen JBand Is complete and
thtf building; is 'about ready to shelter
the'boys during" the hours of practice.
Th band his given ample evidence of
its utility .during the" past campaign.
It hat met ho candidates at the sta
tion, eicortad them to the town, ren
dering delightful music for the people
and patiently sat through long cam
paign speeches without a murmur.
The boys baVe amply proved them
selves to be musicians of no mean or
der. Wo have a.band equal, probably,
to anything of the kind in the terri
tory. This state of excellence has been
acquired by long and persistent prac
tice. It is the result, too, of hard work
in the face of grat difficulties.
Only by pure determined eflort have
the musicians accomplished what they
have, and they have done It unaided by
In the future Blsbee will show her
appreciations her possession of this
good band aftdjin every way will aid
the boys to t further progress, and
in the successful accomplishment of
their desire toglva Blsbee a reully flrtt
class band. - '
General -Wesley Werritt, who
was our general in the Philippines,
speaks highly of the Filipinos. He
says' thiyv are kind and affectionate,
faithful 'and tractable. They make
goodr 'soldiers and can be disciplined
readily5.3 ''The Filipinos also make ex
cellent servants', and many wero anx
ious to accompany their masters back
to America.' This Js an opinion worth
considering. The administration will
undoubtedly continue Its policy in the
Philippines,, and when the horrors of a
long-and bloody course of subjugation
is over .these people will tnen receive
the enlightened assistance, education
and "b'enign'government' of the United
States: " i - -
Seventy-eight percent of the men
offeringrtaienlist'ln the United States
armyhsve been refused 'on account oi
physical,' mental or moral reasons. In
all 69,494 men were 'refused. This in a
subject' for the 'consideration of those
who-niakJe hian'and his condition their
study? fyls a -fact that only the flower
of the people are -sent to the battle
field, but it is'inqredlble that so small a
per centage of oUr7 fellow creatures are
anyway near, perfect. So that in a
day's march we see or shako hands
with few men indeed, according to the
strict army standard, who are physic
ally, mentally or .morally capable of
becoming trained soldiers of the line.
SEWARD AVERTED WAR.'
Sl X. J. 'ItjMn' 'Skits Awttau
ttt4JMIi FjrTA.tA OUik
Sir Edinufcd J. Mous'ou, the BHtlth
ambassador at Paris, takm exception
to. Naval 'Lieutenant J. S. Trotter's
ascribing -thahappy escape of Great
Britain from war with the United
State in the Slidell-Mason affair as
due to Admiral Milne's influence on
William BJ. Seward (then secretary of
ttate'under President Lincoln). The
British 'ambat&dor, who was at that
time an attache of the British lega
tion at Washftgton, write to the
Spectator: "Tfae happy result of the
negotiation waV'princlpdlly due to Mr.
Seward, who waa stUaost alone in the
AntrJwi Mbinje.JjMwtng that it
wMtjonlyi-gAaqljHeT, but con
aistenjt withthe principle -always-held
by the United States, to concede
the demand of Great Britain. At this
dtstiho hi, time it 'can do no harm
for raVto stte that 'that demand, as '
formulated- by Xord Russell, waa de- '
liverteVto.Mr. Seward by 'me, private
ly, Lord. Lyone having charged me,
after, hU flra$ interview with Mr. Sew
ard, .to go at.onee.to the state de
Dartment and- nlaoe a eonr of T.oi
Raufll'.' dijipatch In 'the hand of the
ecrwwr up mm jot no omcuu pe
11m belle of Peking, sevea La sum
W, weigh 120,000 periada.
A Chicago tlnri has set up a line of
utemblle to transport -paseengers
between l store and que of the rail
road ttatlone for flye cents
1& China the oolnage'ls' pierced with
a t-quaie not jn ino center, ana in
j.laee of a purse John Chinaman car
ries a piece of string on which the
toins uro slung
Ihe aveiago whale U from 50 to 65
feet in length and 35 feet in circum
ference, 'ihe jawbones are 20 to 25
feet long, and a tongue has been
known to yield almost a ton of oil.
When the settlement of the Trans
vaal colonies is completed Bloemfon
tein will become the federal capital of
South Africa and the residence ofthe
governor general. Other governors
will reside at Cape Town, Pietermar
itburg and Johannesburg.
Six Germau states are now gov
erned by regents: The kingdom of
"Bavaria and the principality of Lippe
Dcxuiold on account of the insanity of
their rulers; the principality of
Heuss, of the younger line, where the
prince has turned the government
over to his ton; the duchy of Bruns
wick, which is held by Prussia, pend
ing a settlement with the house of
Hanover, and the duchies of Meck-lenburg-Schwerin
whoet rulers are not yet of
A religious ceremony, inoomprehen-"
sible to temperance people, took place
recently at Fecamp, in Normandy,
when the archbishop of Rouen blessed
the nov, distillery buildings of ihe
monastery -where the Benedictine
liquor is made. The cordial hud been
manufactim d for two centuries when
the French rcohition broke out "and
the Benedictine monastery was de
stroyed. The recipe was saved by a
family named Le Grand, and restored
to the monks in 1B63. A bronze statue
to the Le Grand who 'revive'd theCin
dustry was unveiled before the bene
diction of the buildings ,r
Meat of All Kind, Vegetable ad
Nut Are Vied In Thai
Sandwiches are now served as a fash
ionable dish at teas and luncheons. Al
most every variety of meat or vegeta
ble, dressed with every variety of salad
dressing, or without dressing of any
kind, is used for sandwiches. Nuts
have been recently used in this way.
A cheap nut sandwich is made of the
despised peanut which is minced fine
and spread between the most delicately
thin slices of homemade bread, freed
of its crust and delicately buttered
English walnuts and pecan nuts may
be used in the same way. The pecan
nut sandwich is especially nice.These
sandwiches- should not be reserved, for
festive occasions, but shouldlbe used
on the everyday table. Th'ey are es
pecially nice served for tbesummer
supper. Peanuts are known'to be cjuite
nutritious, and it is therefore much
better to have them take the place'of
meat than the cold slices of-vegetabls
dressed in mayonnaise and used in-'th
same way, says the New Xork Tribune.
A lettuce salad dressed in mayon
naise Is one of the best' of these' sip
per sandwiches. Select very crisps
bleached leaves of lettuce. Dip them in
a well-made, well-flavored mayojrnatfe
dressing. Lay these leaves bstweenhin
slices of homemade bread, cut delioate
ly thin. ',,
Homemade bread made with "perpet
ual" yeast is an especially 'delictus
moist bread, which is adffiirabljfau'npf
ed to sandwiches which require a firm
but tender, moist bread. The potato
water used in "perpetual" yeast f ins
to give the same moist texture hat
old-fashioned potato bread raised ,vith
a sponge had. It is the cheapest atiwell
as the best bread. For sand wishes , us,?
it when it is about a day old. .'
finces of chicken dressed with may
onnaise also make an excellent-supper
sandwich. So do sandwiche.swnich ma3
be heated a little arid' served aa an
chovy toast. Any cold, delicate 3pa.t
sliced In very thin -slices an'd'seasonod
with salt, pepper and a littlevp'iquant
cold dressing of any kind may be used,
in this way. There is room for consid
erable agreeable surprise 'in 'he
changes and various seasoning1 which
may be devised in this dish.
Plea Made for a laatltntloa at Mew
Yoric Where They Cen Be Trle4
tor MUiloaarr Works.
Plans for a training school for Cu
bans have received the approval of the
state board of charities and' Justice
Hooker, of the supreme court of New
York. A certificate of incorporation
has been filed in the ngs county
clerk's office, JustIce.Hooker having or
dered that it be placed on record. ,'JJhe
institution will be known as ihe Cuban
home and training school of New York.
The objects will be to establish a home
and training school for the care and ed
ucation of Spanish-speaking children,
whether born here or elsewhere.and to
fit them for mission work Jin this and
other lands; the sohool and home to
have separate departments for both
sex;es. Rev. Joslsh Strong, of Manhat
tan', and Rev. J Howard Talrcbild, of
Brooklyn, will be at the heed of the in
stltutlon. Merely n flnprsreitloa.
The Chicago Times-Herald suggests
that Dr. Harper might obtain ionc
valuable pointers from Kussel) 'Sage
concerning the possibilities of living
on 15 cents a day.
Antotnobllen on EiiR-lUh Ferine
The automobile is to be turned to
practical account by the furmersv,of'
Kent, England Every year "a large
part of the fruit crop rots from lack
of transportation, the railway not be
ing able to meet the emergency, and
the plan Is for the farmers next year
to take things in their own hands,
starting motor cars round the Or
chards during the evening and "nlghV
and bringing the day's pickings to(
London by the early mornlng.N, Y'
"My boy," said Uncle Obadlah,
"when you get readj to pick out a gal
for a wife, pass up the prodlkgalj'and
select one of thefru-galson that stilts
your conju-gal notion." Chicago
TURKISH MINISTER'S WIFE.
DUBcaltr ta Obtaining: tor ,, Her la
Waaalagton (he Scclmloa Ori-
The Turkish minister to Washing
ton finds it extremely difficult to se
clude his -wife as completely from pub
lic gaze as the customs of his coun
try require. These difficulties have
been greatly increased of late by the
arrival at his home of a son and heir,
for 'the curiosity to see 'Hhe little
Turlc" is overweening. The new baby
has a wonderful yardrpbe. sent from
Paris', the clothes in oriental designs
and '.fabric. '
As" no 'man may enter the apart
ments of a Turkish lady, madame is
attended by Mrs. Jung, wife of the le
gation physician, who is herself a
skilled doctor with diploma from
home and foreign schools.
In spite of the oriental ceremony
and mystery with which "AH Baby
is surrounded, he is being brought up,
so far as essentials go, on a very
Mme. Furrough has with her her
young sister-in-law, who has received
with her the few times that madame
has been in the legation parlor. No
'm'an of course, attended the?o rcrop.
tlons. Mine. Furrough is n 'killed
horsewoman nd her close conflne
neriit' to the house in Washington has
old,upon her health
The marriage of All .Furrough Bey
was 'a lve match of f,l)e most ardent
sorti When the minister was sent to
America he left his beautiful wife in
.Tier native land, but returned as soon
'aspoesible and made the'necessary ar
rangement for moving the Tidusehdld
$0 America. To do this- he was
obliged to make a tow that the. wom
en folk should) remain as secluded as
fn their Turkish home. Just kow
difficult that vow has been o keep
any American will know.-
Old Spiral Car Spring.
A use has been discovered for .old
spiral car springs. It has been found
that these of tenontain enough carboi
'permit of ' making Cold chisels.
IToririntr into the Necessary form Ib
seasy and the additional carbon re
quired) may oe aauea oy -we ucnieum
tion 'process. ,Cold chisels Ojade In this
way cost "half ''as much as the high
grade of teel which were formerly
vwad. -American Railroad Journal.
Terra Cetta Railroad Sleeper.
t)ni on of the Japanese railway
.,. rotta leenra art .Used- Tb'tr
,ar ( durable tkWot
APPLICATION NO. 724.
, Survey No. 1473.
J Unitbd StatesLanp Office, )
TtfcsoN, AnizoNA, Septenlber 7, 1000 )
Notice is hereby given that Peter
Johnson, Predolf Sundatrorb, O. J.
Graidbti-om, Ernest P, Larseu. C. E.
Hansen, whose post office address is
Bisbce, Cochise county, Arizona terri
tory, for all, havo this day filed their
application for a patent for 1500 liauar
feet of the B6ras mine or vein bearing
copper and-othjer metalswith surface
ground ow -ieer ,ip maw, snuaiea in
Warren mining cUstriot, county of Co
chise ati$ Territory ofArizona, and
designated by the field botes and,offl
oial plat on Alain this office as.survey,
number 1473, approximately in town
ship No. 23 SQUtbrange 24 east un
surveyed) of Qlia and Salt' River Base
and Meridian, AriZonasaid' survey No.
1473. being-described as follows, to'fwit:
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the sw. cor.,
identical with (location and with the
ne. cor. Maieter and se. cor. Superior
mining claimaa pine post 4 feet long,
4 inches square, set in a mound of
stones, scribed 1-1473-B.-L., whence U.
S. Mineral Monument No. 3 bears s. 46
deg.'4G mln. w. 1229.5 ieet, and the ne.
cor of station house of Don Louis on
the Arizona & South Eastern R.
bears a. 9 'deg. 29 mln. w.; this cor. is
also identical with the nw. cor. Su
sanne claim; thence s. 78 deg. 52 min.
e. 300 feet to s. end center, a pine post
scribed 1473-B.L., 600, same bearing to
cor. No. 2. the se. cor., identicaT'with
the tie. cor of the -Susanne claim,!
whence the original location Dears s.
78 deg. 52 min. e'. 21 feet, a pir.e p.ost
scribed 2-1473-B.L.J thenco n. IT deg.
33 mln. e. 496 feet to cor. NoJ,. identi
cal with corners No. A Monarch and
No. 1 Raven lodes No. 1394t'a pine post
scribed 3-J473-B.L.; the'nee n. 17' deg.
24 min. e. 1004. feet to cor. No. 4, the
ne. cor., identical with location and.
with corners No. 4 Raven, No. 2 Crown
King, No. 1 Iron Cap lodes No. 1391, a
pine post scribed 4,-1473-B'.L.; thence'
n. 78 ddg. 52min w.See feet to n. end
center, identical with- b. end center
Crown King lode No. 1394, a pine post
scribed 1473-B.L,, 532.10 feet, .same
bearing to cor. No. 5, identical with lo
cation and with cor. No. 1 Crown King
lode No. 1394 and with the bo. and no.
corners ef the unsurveyed Tusoarora
and Superior claims respectively, a
nine Dost scribed G-1473-D.L.: thence
8. 20 deg. 1 min. w". 1508.70 feet to cor. '
1. the place of beginning.
Magnetio variation 11 deg. 45 min.
east, containing 19.38,acres.
The location 'of this' mine Is recorded
in the Recorder's office of Deefts in
Book 3, page 474, Records of Minos,
rocords of Coohise county, at Tomb
stone, in the county and territory
The adjoining claimants are: On the
north. Crown King and Iron Cap No.
1394, South Blsbeo Copper Mining aud
Townsito Improvement company own
ers; Tuscarora (un8,urveyea),1 Jnmes
Blair owner; on east, Raven andMon
arch olalms No. 1394, South Bisbee
CoriDor Minincr and Towusite Improve
ment company owners; on southrSuI
santie and Maistor, reter Johnson,
owner; on west, Superior claim, Peter
Any and, all-potion b .claiming ad
versely anyjortion of ,sald Boras mine
or surface ground are required to file
their adverse claims with the Register
of the United- States 'Laud Office at
Tucson, in the Territory of Arizona.
during the sixty days' poriod of publl-1
cation hereor. or tney win do Darren,
by virtue of the provisions of the stat
ute. MOTON R. MOORE, Rgistey.
First publication Sept. 11, 1900.
Last publication Nov. 11, 1900.
Imported Liquors and Cigars
J. E. BROWN & CO., PROPS.
5 FULL ASSORTMENT OF....
-I ,'CFine Cigars
g MAIN ST., OPPOSITE CAN-CAN.
A PLEASANT RESORT
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
Can Can Building Main Street
OAWSON & LEONARD,
MAIN ST. PROPRIETORS
Harris & Greener
Dealers .in Wines, Liquors and
' ON DRAUGHT
Main Street Opposite Public Libiary
One mllelielow town iu tho Coo 1
CYittonwoods. Call Once niidjn i
wJU nln nys) came, aaain. ,
ttTSON & WIIALEY, Proprietors.
BEER and CIGARS
Main Street, Dlsbee, Arizona.
Wmus.'fcUiunrs ami Cihur&.
B. M. Vbcnvich, Brewcrv Avenue
St Louis Beer Hail
L. C. Shaituck Prop.
Finest Brands of
,AND CIGARS . . .
AROiit tor Anhoii8flr-Bu'ioh
Wholesale nnil iiotuil.
Wines, Liquors and Cig
1 1 ((
& Muheim.iBOOTS. shoes and suppers
i .. . ' -
O. K. MARKET
FIRST 'CLASS PHOENIX BUKF,
Mitton, Pork and Veal. Sausage, for
eign and domestic, constantly on hand.
0, K. STREET, OPP. CARRETTO'S
A. BAUER Proprietor
IMI'UUVISD OKDKK 01' Kl.U
MEN. COCHISE Tribe No. 7..
Ltncot cor TJiursdaj riPiiiiii;
Jut tlioOpciu IIoiiko ilnll VIs
litlnc brotluis t-ouliully iml
rted. Jnn-es Cnin)ln'll,Siicliiii
lolin Munch. U. ot U
))r hliiuiiiilKOti. Mttllelmi Man
AKItUN CAJU NO ,
WOODMKN Ol Till;
OULD, meet it eerj
second iiikK ourtli Mondaj
it the oper.i housu Vis
iting meinltri-s coi-liallj
J A MILMIU C V.
V V. JOHNSTON hep.
EUPECT ASHLAli LODGE No. 11,
V. A. A. it. Meets Hist lliursdu
of ouch month. Visiting Inetlt
rcncoidinlly invited to attend.
C C. WAiisr.n. W. M.
J L. Huown, eeretnrv
T ANDMARK CHAPTER N . li.,
- It. A. M. Ri-ijular Convudi
tious third Tiies.!uy in e It
month, b'.Vi p. m. VisltiiiK eoin
lianlnns in tfuod standing u'lndl
received, t .
V. It. STILES. H. P.
Fravk .1. Ghat. See.
QUEEN LODGE NO. t, A
O. U. , meets evn-j
S.itnrdnj c until;;. Vis.
ititi;? in others coidinllv
Alfred Godfrev, W. M.
Kichiiid Huniplire.v, Ree.
H f l'msar I'tiiiintier.
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, OlSRLE LODGE NU. 10, I. O. O.
C - 1'., meets eveij WmIiic-mIii
evening. isitiiiK lnotlieii.
cordiully invited to attend.
ALrHPi) Godfrey, N G.
Emile Makes, R. b.
THE KRAIKISN VL
No. rJ. nieeti. ev ei j
ti r r. t ti n tl t fi I r d
month. V i si 1 1 na
members i I c eoi
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CURRY & CO.
DeuliTH in Dfv UomN (iro
p i-1 1- c
Maul .Curt-, l!ni)l iri'l Sli-'i-p
i tin-lirtxitii. .mil !nr umI.iiv' A.-ii f
Custom Hniiue JSi'iket h.
Pies i)niiKini"t t'.iUe. oti
French Restau ant fllcals ScrwJ ii
Specialties in French Goods
3nd a Large Assortment tA
TAKE A HACK
Ed Price wjio has a Hack
ready at all hours, meets all
Traina. Orders ma 7 bo left
at Now England Kitcbon.
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CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
La florita, Sonora, Mexico
S NAVARH0, PROPRIETOR
f Tho Cliolfccst Cuts of tcmlor nnil
oll-feil Uucf, Mutton, Suusnuo.nto
property looked after-
Bisbee Real Estate Co.
Bt3bee Bill Posting Co.
K. B. HASON. ManaRtr
Watchmaker and Jeweler
i De.ilor in Watches, Clocks,
Riinctni'li'v Rtntlrtiirv. Wnllnniipr. etc.
KcpHlrittKr Kotl oie
lu.viv CTBBI3T ltl;npi- API7
HIAIIS bIKUll, - UlUUfcl-, ftM4.
,11 SI 51111
MRS. M. BLEWETT, Proprietor.
main st., two doobs above post orricEl
Giaconovich & Co.- '
vV ill Uwl I W
Wlnos, Liquors and Cigars.
Fruits and Confections.
isbee Drug o.
RETAIL j . j
PAINTS A MO OI1.M
Main St. Mrs. A. W. Strumn, Trop. ,
First-Cinss llestauraiit. Board by the
Day, Week or Month. Short Older
Day and Night .. ..
j. c. RAiiB, vz:;sz. "
REPAIRS AND nCNTS
Nov fit orU Key lit.
A N !'"'f a sieuuit trim.
lltiml hit) eh-', cepttlrciL.v
RAMBLER BICYCLES SOLD
City arber Shop
Fiatli Rouni and Porcelain Tubs
Em lie Marks Proprietor.
Every thins First Class:
CSteiap CASH Store.
Cluiltcraiiillt ;r-oiif, Kri-sh Fruits of
'i itiiiflu i ere n cil ilnilj itipx, Liquorv.
Uiif.u iiik. liiIi.Hiox, (iioJr dolhrrrd treo.
COHTRACXOR AfD BUILDER
Estiimitfj of UiiiMlniri.
OFFICE: i. H. JACK LUMBER C0MPANT
EASTMAN'S KODAKS Mi
Photograpluc Supplies. Developing
and Printing at Lowest Kates. Sat-,
SStt"" C. P HART & CO.
New England .-:
SfeStvKaViS a a -
Open Day and Niyfhl ";
Slior'l Orders a Specialty'
Meals served to families,
and parties. "
Whitehead & Marchell, Proprietors." "
vv s "9ss
BiS,e8 Csn(jy Kitcheil , ,,
Fresh Candies Every Day .f';
Iro Crenm. Soda Wotci . 5 ' ?"
l.eiiiiniailo Millt .SliKkc .
A Big" Cold Brink for 5 Cents'"
mTOIk works -
Near UuuovU-li's iur.. Qleanlne"
iloni) liv new Ir I'roopsa. ftontV SiMU
olomicil, nUo r-iuii.-x' .Uti (n, Wftibta. Glovvt
and Hililiniis. lints n nircluitr
T. A. TATE, Prop?'
Genoral Blacktuiitliinp." Horse'ihoft-' "
hifj a specialty. Above .Eloodgate.. f
. , ,.. , n i ....
C.' K. BARNUM Transferw."''
Baggage and txpress - r-
Handled with care. '; ''.'';
Leneorilor wlthS. K AVnilairt. ' Tol. .Vu
Theo. F. fletz, Prop.
Olflco nnd works, Tomlittonn and BUbe .
Sodu Wntor, Sursniiurllla. Olnj,-cr A e. htc.
I Ordors (rnni nliruuil III recclo prompt tttv
Itoi.tlon .Orders for tho. olt of HUbcanlll'
. hoilcllerpi rro without' claj family or-
All Work Guaranteed
Or Money Refunded.
Kodak Pictures "."ASS -
uuilc, mu. h.
' TELLMAN - - - Proprietor
'BISBEE CASH FRUIT STORE -
luc treara ana aoaa waier
Sweet Cream, Confections, etc. left.
I Cream Parlor.
, Geo. Dorfllnger, PrOpN .