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COCHISE .REVIEW : WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 7. 1900
Jones & Murphy -i Painters
I'APBR HANGERS. ESTIMATES OHEEHFULLY
GIVEN ON ALL WORK -
Shop INext Door to Cochise Review
$&$& & &esm-
Straw rides, Horseback Rides, Boating.
Fishing, and Hunting and doing
nothing in the country makes you
HUNGRY AND THIRSTY
But H. Collqtann of the Brewery Cafe will icr ve
you. Come and see his new received
Delicacies from nearly every part of the globe. Gotlta Cer
velat, Gotha Truffle Liver, Strassburger Goose Liver Truffle,
Italian Salami, French Lyonese, "Wiemar Mettwurst, Frank
furter and Wiener, Sauerkraut anil Horseradish, Pomarania
Boneless Goosebreasts, Westphalia Ham, Pigs Feet, Lubeckcr
Sausage (to be fried), Pates de Fole Gras, Tongue, Felton
Ruben and Mixed Vegetable in Cans, Boston Baked Beans,
Heinse's Pork and Beans in Tomatoes, Bismark Delicacies
and Pickled Holland Herrings, Cavier Neunaugcn (fish), Dill
and sour Pickles. Swiss, Lmiburger.Rocquefort.Llederkrauz,
Koppen and Swiss Krauter Cheese. French Sardines and the
finest Russian Sardclles, Eels in jelly, also Smoked Eels and
Salmou; Gooselivcr Purryv Westphalia Pumpernickel in Tin
Cans, Fresh Oysters, Anheuser Busch Beer and fine Table
Wines on hand.
You arc respectfully invited to call at the Brewery Cafe
and see for yourself.
Do You Want
If so, call
Mr. R. Zellner, of the Zellner Piano Company
Who will be in Bisbee three or
four days. He will have his
, Headquarters at
SOHMIEDUVQ'S Jewelry Store
I.W.Wallace : :
AOENT AND BROKER
Bisbee - Arizona
Revresen tin Min ing Prop
erties. ileal Estate Bought- and Sold.
Money Loaned and Invested.
' Collections Made.
firs. n. E. Bruton
Cleaning- and Dyeing
By Dry Process
DreMmakinz a SDOolalty
Near Raub's Bicycle Shop, i ;
OSO. C. CLARK. E. M.
C. W, MITCHELL
Exa-mluatlonB and reports made on
falsing properties. Designs furnished
(or at! kinds of mining and milling
Assays made in Dupli
cate, 60 cents a metal.
Qualitative and quantitative analyses
matin of any mineral substances.
Surveys of Patents In
Arizona and Mexico.
BISBEE anil NACOSABI
TIM TAFT, Prop.
"Leave Bisbee on Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
Arrives Bisbee Tuesday, Thursday
Goes through from Biabee to Naco-1
sari in a dav anfl a half
Citilnc At Copper Queen more
VlllWC whore Inforraatlou oan be had.
III IIUL UIIU lllllllUILU
W. M. LIGGETT, Proprietor
Arrives at BUbce at 11 a. m. Leaves
one hour after arrival of A.-& S.
.Leave? Naco at 9:30 a, m.
Trip each way made in one and a quar
V. G. MEDIGOVICH
Wholesale and Retail Doaler In
note in the wall jewt0
C. M. Henkel, Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler
f am prepared to supply any
quantity of first-class Brick on
short notico onboard cars . .
W. C. FERRIS
Ib.f. GRAHAM & CO. I
First-Class Driving and Saddle
Horses. The O. K. Livery Stable Is
the lareest and best equipped In Ariz.
CORNER O. K. AND RAILROAD AY. 6
Good Service, Prompt Attention
P FUSION fUTCKER, PROP.
Leave orders with S. K. Williams.
promptly proevrtd. OH HO FES. 8nd model. ilutcb,V
or photo ttofm report on patutWUty. Book"UoV
to Obtain U.S. and Forsljn Ptttoti sndTrsde-JUrti'U
FBKB. Falmt Unni trcr offered to lnrtntori.l
PATZKT LAWTEEB OF It TEAB3' FttACTICBA
.,,20,000 PATENT8 PROCURED THROUGH Tip. C
All buuneu oonSdentltl. Sound adrioa. FaltofalC
trric. lIodrt ohargta. f
0pp. U. 8. Patent Office, WASHINGTON, 0. a
Leaves Biubec Mondays., Wednes
days and Fridays at 7 a. m.
1 Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Bisbee Headquarters at Greene Con
solidated Copper Company's Office,
Rooms 11 and 12 Angius Hotel.
Cananea Headquarters, Greene Con.
Copper Company's Offices.
$ UNION MEAT MARKET $
Q L. J. OVERLOOK, Proprietor $
2 PHOENIX UKKF.Voul, Mutton, PorK, W.
f.atnu ami Sausage of all kinds
I BREAD, PIES AND CAKES f
(J On hand or to order. Wedding Cakes 5
A a Speulnlty. 5
BREWERY AVENUE, BISBEE
Directly on the roud to Naco.
Wines, Jjlquors and Cigars.
Your Patronage Solicited.
CHARLES HULL, PROPRIETOR
Dry Goods, Gents'
Hair Dressing and
I Hair and Scalp Troatlntr u Specialty, Kuclnl
; Treatment and Manicuring. A Full Line of
1 Toilet Accessories. Hair Switches, and Wigs,
Pompadours, etc. Hair renowed permanent
ly by Electricity. All Work Guaranteed.
MAIN STREET KJDO D BITPU
AT THE FL00O CATE mllOi III 111 I Oil
J. B. ANGIUS & CO.
Main Street - - Bisbee, Arizona
OPEN DAVJAND NIGHT
OTTO W, QEI3ENH0FER Prop.
In Laundry Co
Plant sitdated in
Upper Mule Gulch.
City Office. Wallace Building
The J. H. Jack
Lumber Co . .
THE STUDEBAKER WAGONS,
BUGGIES, CARTS, ETC.
Bisbee - - s- Arizona
E. G. ORD CO.
Skylights, Architectural Sheet Metal
Work in all its branches. Seoond-hand
Qdods bought and sold.
NEXT TO BREWERY
HAMPAGNE, THE TAILOR.
Garments made by us have the
Style, Fit and
That Well-dressed Qentleineu
To William Evans, your heirs or assigns:
You are hereby notified that one hundred
dollars was oxpended in labor and improve,
ments Upon the Might Hawk Lode In order
to hold the said premises under the provi
sions Of Section 2824, Revised Statutes of the
United States, being the amount required to
hold tho same for the year ending December
81, 1899, 'lind if within ninety days after, this
publication you fall or refuse to contribute
'joinvpvoportlou of such expend it no as t
co-owner jour interest in said claim will
become the property of the subscriber un
der said faction 2324.
Harhy H. MoMahn.
Flm publication Sept. U 180(1.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Edward L. Hoffman deceased.
Notico is hereby (riven by the undersigned,
administratrix of the estate of Edward L.
Hoffman, deceased, to the creditors of, and
nil persons having claims against the said
deceased, to exhibit them with tho nocnesaxy
within four months after the first publica
tion of tills sotlco to the said administratrix
nt the office of S. K. Williams, In Biibee, tho
same being tuo place for the transaction of
business ot said estate in guid county of Co
ohlse, REBECCA N: HUGHES.
Administratrix of Estate of Ed. L, Hoffman,
Dated at Bisbee, Arizona, this 24th day of
First publication October 8. 1900.
Notice to Creditors.
I Estate of Patrick Cunningham, deoeased
I Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
administratrix of the nstato of Patrlok
Cunningham, deceat d, to the creditors of
and all parsons having claims against tho
I sutd deceased, to exhibit them, with thenoo
CHsnry vouchors, within ten mouth after the
first publication of this notice, to the said
administratrix at Bisbee, the same belnir
I the place for th transaction of business of
said estate, In said oounty of Coohlse,
Administratrix of the Estate of Patrlok
I Cunningham deceased.
I Dated at Btibee, A. T this first day of
I First publication June 8. 1906. -v
WANTED BOY, GOT THREE,
Brooklyn Letter Carrier Find 111
Cap of niemliiR Fall and
When George Hamlin, a letter car
rier of Brookljn, knew that he was to
be a proud rutin i In agitation was
somewhat increased by a great desire
that the newcomer MmuM i,t n boy.
While 1) ' wis 1 in tnfiius nil . au''U'l
home the doutoi cnim tium upstairs,
and held out hit. hand
"Congratulate you," he aid. "It's a
boy." Then the doctor went back to
Hamlin, left alone, pomptly began
to map out the future career of Ws
heir. He wat to be a model of virtue.
His education should leave nothing to
be deshed, and when he had graduated
with more honorc than were ever cap
tured by an other student he was to
be a business man or
The reentrancc of the doctor inter
rupted his thoughts
"More congratulations, Hamlin. It's
another boy!" declaied the medico.
Hamlin's, jaw dropped a trifle. The
news wa homethmg in the nature of
an embarrassment of i iches
Again the doctor left him to medi
tate over his suddenly increased family,
but before the father could collect his
thoughts the physician was with him
"There' another, HamUnl" he de
The proud parent's Imee shook.
"You don't mean M he began.
"I do. You've thre boy. I guesa
you're got your wish-"
Mra. Hamlin arid all the little Ham
liaa are doing excellently, and the fa
ther is a firm belle vex La the efficacy of
HEW STAMPING MACHINE.
ChlJ Postal AathoHtUa Ars Vmst-
IttjT Hew CmJioellfttlon
A new atamp-canceling machine is be
ing tried at the Chicago post office pre
vious to its adoption or rejection by the
United States postal department. . Its
inventor claims that it is capable of
canceling 125,000 letters every hour.
The machine which are now used in
the office have a capacitj of from 40,000
to 50,000 letters an hour. They all
work on the principle of either a rub
ber or leather band, with pinpoints to
draw the letters under the canceling
die. " '
This'BewimaChine ie he principle
of suction ttf feed in the letters. A
large wheel at regular intervals per
forated with holes, under each one of
which there is an air pump, revolves
rapidly. A bundle of letter is laid on
this wheel, and each hole as it come
around sucks a letter tight to the
wheel, where it is carried under the
stamper. About 800,000 letters are can
celed in the Chicago post office daily,
and if this machine is success it will
b able to take the place of a large num
ber of the present machines.
THE MESSENGER'S DIVERSION,
A Bit ot OoBjedr Between TrtUas t
cs'Vsm- York Elerntea JbaU-
A messenger boy, small, trim, reticent
and deliberate- in his movements,
walked up the steps of a Sixth avenue
elevated railroad station,-reports the
New-Ydrk-Sun, went qnietly along the
passageway between the.ticket seller's
window and the ticket chopper's box,
and there dropped his ticket. The tick
et 'chopper being at that moment stand
ing, stretching his legs, the messen
ger kejit on around the ticket box and
dropped in the ticket chopper's chair
without a word or a look for anybody.
"I gue&e jou were born tired," said
the ticket chopper. No reply from the
When the next passenger dropped a
ticket in the box the messenger bo
reached, forward and grasped the hj .
die of the lever and raised it up aiiJ
let the ticket fall down from the hop
per into the box below, thiowing the
leer np through its full sweep slowly
but to the limit with a mapner that
was ayouce lapguid and piecise.
"There that'll do," said the ticket
chopper "I'll attend to that part
Still paying no attention to him, the
messenger got up and walked away
He had chopped one ticket, that's all
he wanted to chop; and now he strolled
down the platform as calm, as grae
faced, as reticent as ever, as cool, even
in this weather a the proverbial cu
cumber CaUiforuiu's Urangti, '
The capital invested in orange grow
ingfcytfie -'state of California is esti
mated nt "$H;00O,00O. Ai the bulk" of
the oranges comes from "seven of the i
southcrnmost'eounties of the statc- i
Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernar- I
dln'o, Grange, San Diego, Santa Bar-1
bara and Ventura sojne idea may be I
gained' of the vast utility of this work
in the United States to Uncle Sam
The number of nonfruit-beanng
orangehrees in this district is said to
be abdut 1,227,000, and those now i
yielding- fruit 2 072,400 When all
these trees are yielding the luscious
California oranges Catifornians, it is
estimated Will reap a harvest of gold
from this source alone of $10,000,000 a
year. Chicago Chronicle.
Corn Acrtnge In America
It is estimated that theie aie 1,000,
000 more acres of land employed in
raising qorri in America this year thun
y?as.i the case" last-season. Chicago
A beginning has l en made with
forestry in the United States iNew
York-has auopted measures to piotect
the headwaters of the Hudson. In the
Adirondack park i od. jOiXi acres are re
served, of which l t0y ooo i owned uj
the state, as much nioie is, -a private
game preserves and the reninihder in
the'hands of those who will 10IV o the
state when they can .get their price.
Cornell and Yale conduct practical
schools of forestry. Little Chronicle.
MARY ANN MADE HER EXIT.
Iiotr a Perfect IMrluriion thr Stnire
Wu Spolli-i! li nn Untimely
It was before I e.itne to New York
that I one night s-iw a leullj line per
formance almost ruined bj a single
interruption. It wns u doiiu'btic tiug- t
ed. ol JJugli-ll ltll.il life, i'l one .let
began wit It a tableau rupied evaetl
from a popular painting c.llcd "Wait- i
ing for the vcidiet." whieh was also
the title of the play, writes Clara
Morris, in the Critic
The scene guw an exterior view of
the building within which the hus
band and ffttlur w it, beui tried for
his life on a iliaigt nf murder. The
tiembling oh' giamhiio U.nu'il heav
ily on his siiflV, tlit- ilivjiul wife -.U
wearily by the domi in.n .ii . lib
a babe ou hoi lui.iti. u..n, but vigi
lant, a faithlul ifog tn tclied lu.n
self at her fret, wliih his vimgg
shoulders pillowed the )iad of the
bleeping fluid, who wat the accused
The curtaiu rose ou this picture,
which was always heartily greeted,
and often, so well it told it, pathetic
story, a second and third iinunl of ap
plause greeted it before the dialogue
began The manager's little daugh
ter, who dnl the sleeping child, con
tracted u cold, and was mlied not
to enturt out of the house for u fort
night, so a "ttbstitutt had to be found
and a flue lot of nouble the stage
nunager had He dtclared half the
Children ol Columbia hud been '
thiough his sieve and there was the I
trouble, they all weht through I
there was no one left to act as substi-1
tute But at last he found two prom
ising little girls- sifter they were, J
and very poor but the mother owed I
her children must be in bed at nine
theater or no theater; yes, she would
like to have the money, but she'd do
without it rathei than have a child
out of bed at 'all hours. At first she
held out for nine o'clock, but at last
yielded the additional half hour; and
to the great disappointment of the
younger child, the elder one was ac
cepted, for the odd reason that she
looked so much younger than her sis
The company caiiu- down from
Cleveland, and there were the usual
slight delajs attendant on a .first
night, but the 'Jhous,e" was good, the
"tar" (Mr Buchanan) was making a
fine impression, and the plaj was evi
dently a "go' The big picture was
looked forward to eagerlj, and when
it was arranged we had to admit that
the pale, pinched little face of the
strange child was more eifectue as
it tested on the dog's shouldei than
had been the plump, .smiling face of
the manager'b little one. The curtain
went up, the applause followed thobe
behind the scenes crowded to the
' wings" to look on no one noted that
the hands of the clock stood at 9:40,
no one heard through the second
1u rst of applause the slam of the
stage .dooi behind the ery, very
small prison who entered, and silent
!, uiug this wn and that, round
li l item, nwnginy waj to the stage,
. ud thai tot. fatoied -sister basking in
the -mi, light of public- approtal.
lht ji aiuU.ue had just lifted his
Leu and was about to deliver his
I e uiiful speech of trust and hope,
wh a w.is Atricke a helpless by the
entiance upon the stage of a boldly
a Kjj ing small person of most amaz
ug ..p.tuance Her thin little legs
emerged from the shortest of skirts,
wink her small body was well pinned
up in greut blanket shawl the point
of which trailed rullj a quuiter of a
yard on the floor behind hei 1ShI?
woie a woman's hood on her head,
and fromnts cavernous depth, where
there gleamed a pale, malignant face,
a voice issued the high, far-ieaching
voice ot a child that triumphantly
"You,- Mary Ann, yure ter get up"
out of that an' come home stralgKt
away an' yure ter go ter bed, tod
mother says so'" and the small Neme
sis turned on her heel ahd trailed off
the stage, followed by laughter that
teemed fairly to shake the building
i'or wa9 that all. No sooner had
Mary Ann grasped the full meaning
of this dread message than she turned
over on her face, and, scrambling up
by all fours, she eluded the restrain
ing hands of the actress mother and
made a hasty exit to perfect shrieks
of laughter and storms of applause,
while the climax was only reached
when the1 dog, trajned to lie still so
long as the pressure of the child's head
wae upon his shoulder, finding him
self 'free,' rose, shook himseli violent
ly, and trotted off, waving his tall
pleasantly as he went.
That finished it. .The curtain had
to fall, a short overture wae played,
and the curtaiu rose again without
the complete tabfeau, and the action
of the play was resumed, but several
times the laughter was renewed. It
was only necessary for some one per
son to titter over the ludicroue recol
lection, and instantly the house was
laughing with that person. The next
night the manager's "child, swathed in
flannel, with a mouth full of cough
dTops, held the well-trained dog in
his place until the proper moment for
him to rise, and the play went on its -way
Stone Soles for Shoe, An Inventor
has hit upon a method of putting stone
soles oti boots and shoes. He mixee a ,
waterproof glue with a suitable quan-
tity of clean quartz sand and spreads
it over the leathtr eole used ae
foundation. These qurU soles axe said
to be very flexible and to give the
foot a firm hold, even on the most slip
the Atlantic lu successful owieST
- Ate ! rd,D-
OHiJU'S FIRST LADY.
Thejtnipress Dowager Said to Havs
Hamarlcabla Intellect and "Wonder
ful Characteristics ol the Woni
sui Who llules the Deatl
alea of the Chines.
Few people are aware that the em
press dowager is credibly believed by
well-informed people in China, Japan
and India to have British blood in
her veins! There is no doubt that
her mother was a European, though
whether British, Portuguese or Bus
sian deponent saith not, bays the Lon
don Sketch. Though close on 70
years of age, she is Mill a good artist,
und is said by those familiar with the
Chinese language to be a fine poet.
Some 13 years ago she solemnly pre
sented a long poem of her own conu
position to the Hanlin college Trans
lation of those articles dealing with .
Chinese affairs appearing in leading
European newspapers are carefully
read by her, so she is quite aware
of the jealousy and suspicion which
animate the powers the moment the
Chinese problem conies under dis
cussion. Very, very few of the millions
whom she rules with an iron hand
have ever seen the empress dowager.
As regards all outward forms and
ceremonies, she is intensely conserva
tive, and it is said that she even dis
cusses high affairs of state through
a door and through a curtain The
Purple Forbidden City in other
words, the imperial palace, at Pe
king is a huge human rabbit-warren,
for there must dwell all those
connected with the court, with the
nominal emperor, his harem, and the
thousand eunuchs who wait on the
'imperial family, and who aid the em
press dowager in bringing on her en
emies the mysterious disease, "pressed
in anger of the inside," which has re
moved so many unpleasant people
from her path, including, it is said,
two empress consorts
TezcHsi enjoys wonderful health,
and nowhere is her Temarkable Intel
lect more shown than in the matter
of doctors and hygiene. She .early
grasped the fact that European wom
en owed their strength of body and
mind to their habit of taking a great
deal of exercise. Accordingly, she
learned to wrestle, and each morning
takes it out of herself in this, for
a Chinese lady, astounding fashion
Then, again, she is a great believer
in the efficacy of cold water, and
she baa1 a horror of doctors and of
aorcerers indeed, she sends for one'
only when she requires the loan of a
peculiarly deadly and potent drug.
It is believed that the empress' own
life has been attempted no fewer than
SO times but. thanks to her wonder
fully well-organized detective system
and also it is but fair to add to the
real affection and even respect, she
inspires in her own faithful band of
eunuchs, she has never beeu aerious
ly injured. Very characteristic is her
intense interest in all that concerns ,
Queen Victoria Pictuies cut from
London, papers and representing the
more notable events of the great sov
ereign's life have been framed and
hung up in her inner chambers.
The empress dowager, as her name
and, indeed, early career prove, was
once a very noted beauty. She has
remained much interested in the art
of beauty, and1 dresses with extraor
dinary magnificence On the other
hand she remains faithful to the Chi
nese custom of wearing no precious
stones, only very flneij wrought gold
en ornaments and splendidly carved
jade Nothing makes her more con
temptuously angry than to see a Chi
nese woman in European dress or
aping any of the ways of a "lady for
eign devil "
Filipinos Are Musical.
Despite the fact that the American
troops are busily engaged in "sup
pressing" the Filipinos a striking de
mand for musical Instruments from
this country is being made by the peo
pie over whom Agmnaldo once ruled
Consul Winter writing from Anna
berg recently, referred to the fact that
there are lew native Filipino; who do
not play some musical instrument, and .
that the musical talent among them is
great The instruments fcr which
they care most are mcndo.ins, guitars,
violins and flutes, and they have de
rived most of their supply -thus far from
the Americans The average Filipino
does not lavish money on his musical
education, however, and is hot at'fc a l
a rule to buy expensive instruments '
The Tagals prefer instruments with
showy exterior and Consul Winter be- i
lieves the archipelago oilers a fine op
portunity for the man who getsthe're
soon with a large supply of musical in
struments. N. Y. Herald
Everybody of the male sex has to
fight in China whenthe dragon shows
his teeth. If soldiers arc wanted
children are taken from their toys
and old men waiting for the grim mes
senger are lined up in battle array.
Thnt Ratal Point ,
De Culper I shouldn't think you
would'attend any more dinners; if you:
have dyspepsia so badly ;
Wickston I've got to the point now
where the only thing that relieves me
is to-eat indigestible food Life.
Austria is the only countiy winch
never puts a woman in pnsenr Instead
of glvihg a female criminal so many
n onths in jail she is sent, no matter
how terrible is her record, to one or '
other of the convents devoted ta tlw
purpose and kept there dunni? the
time for which she ii sentence The.
convent is not a mere pruon m dis
guise, for Its courtyard stands open
all day long, the onlyvbar to egress
being a nun "who acts as a portress,
just as in other convents.