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COOHISfc BEV1EW : THtiftSDAS EVENING, NOVEMBER 8. 1900
C. R. Lamb is at the Bessemer.
L. A. Sawyer, of Chicago, is located
at the Bessemer hotel.
H. H. Goldsmith of Aos Angeles Is a
guest at the Angius.
O. H. Bocketo of Los Angeles Is reg
istered at the Angius.
A. Lemen of California wus a guest
yesterday located at the Angius.
The local lodge of the Improved Or
der of Red Men will meet tonight.
Shorty Corson came in yesterday and
shook hands' with his" numerous friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, whoeamo fiom
Cineipbutti, Ohio, are guests at the
We find Henkel, the jeweler, carrya
the finest line of watches, jewelry, etc,
In the city. ol2-tf
Harris, the. tajlor, only charges $2
to clean a suit of clothes, Tombstone
canyon. , , tf
Lost A watch charm, malachite,
Red Men on one 'side and A. O. U. W.
ou the other. Return to T. F. Metz.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Ernest
Barker take place this afternoon
at 2;o'olock, the Rev. T. O. Mbffett offi
ciating. The Methodist Church Fair com
mences on Tuesday the 13th of the
month. Great preparations are being
made for this event.
Seventeen votes were east for prohi
bition, which Is undoubtedly the Initia
tion of a strong temperance party. The
movement was originated in the Re
In the school report of this week a
slight error was made. Mrs. Dyer's
room was reported as having nine cases
of tardiness, and should have been
credited with only one.
Commencing December 1st the Bis
bee" Water and Coal company will de
liver boal by their new electric ele
vated trolley burro system to all cus
tomers. E. B. Mason, Mgr.
H. W. Lewis, the genial and capable
secretary 'of the South Blsbee, is in
town. Mr. Lewis will remain hero
several days, giving his attention to
the affairs of the company's prosperous
and valuable property.
Paul Morgan, the expert piano tuner
who makes regular semi-annual trips to
Blsbee, is here again. Those wanting
their piano tuned or repaired by a sci
entitle tuner can leave ordors at
Schmledlng's jewelry store. Mr. Mor
gan expects to remain here this week
Dr. Carl'etbn, Isaac Ives and E.- W.
Biggs', among others, were at the Gun
Club grounds' yesterday. It.Js worthy
of comment that out of a possible sev
enty Carleton and Ives hit 65 each and
Riggs 60. This as practice, when the
hsoters had been away from the traps
so long, is excellent.
Charles Harris begs to announce that
he 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
st rates and invites the attention of
tbo public to his 'fine stock of fall and
winter goods, ' sl2-tf
Register at the Fair or at the Blsbee
drug store the names of any or all ba
bies who are to take part in the baby
contest on Nov. 14th at the M. E. fair.
. The contest Is open to all babies under
two years of age in CocHlse county.
. Suitable prizes will be awarded.
Bets on the results of the election
were recorded with the provision that
-tKe articles were to be bought at home.
'They include hats, tailor made suits,
-shoes, ties,, ladles tailor mades, etc.
Over 100 of these were understood to
be bought at "The Fair."
; Mehaye County Mining.
Ther Draper group of gold mines, two
miles down the river from the Sheep
trail mill, is belpg worked by a force of
men and shows up a very rich voiu of
gold ore. The ledge Is nearly flat, very
much decomposed and exceedingly rich
in ooarse gold.
Across the river from Pyramid there
is much activity.' The Homestake 20
stamp mill is running night and day.
A new company Is opening up a group
of mines near the Homaitake called the
Pay group, which Is owned by Los An
geles men. Ten men are employed,
and some very rich ore is being sacked
The Sneeptrai! mine is carrying a
full force of men and everything about
the camp has a prosperous appearance.
The recent rain was very heavy in that
vicinity and the big washes that lead
to the river were raging torrents of
water. An improvised rain gauge near
the river showed a fall of two and one
fourth inches for the' storm.
John Hughes and Fred W. Mitchell,
at a depth of thirty feet on the Frac
tion mine have opened up a sixteen
inch vein of silver-lead ore, which
assays 70 per cont lead and 21 ounces
silver. The lucky owners propose to
put a force of men to work on the mine
and begin shipping ore.
Paws, Nov. 8. The Petit Parisicn
print a telegram saying that the Car
lists In Spain Imvo won every euynire
roont so far, and that they aro now be
Kicking ViU'cwda and Zoo d? l!r;;-J in
if successful, says iho telegram, the
Carlists will command the valley of the
Sergre, thus permitting the Importa
tion of arms from France.
Tho Carlists, according to the dis
patch, are now armed with Mausers
and supplied with much campaign ma
terial. Give No Drink.
CAW2 Town, Nov. 8. Gen. Lord
Roberts cables an appeal to the Eng
lish people not to give tho .home-coming
Flo says not a single case of crime
has occurred In the ' South African
army, and that the men wero heroes on
the battlefield and gentlemen on all
Ho holds that stimulants certainly
would tend to degrade them.
Great Discovery of Pearls.
Prairie: nu Chien, Wis., Nov. 8.
Discoveries of pearls in the upper
Mistical pi river has caused; a tremen
dous rush to the olam beds. House
boats are crowding tho river, and
more than one thousand persons are
encamped along the river bank. The
finding- of a few thousand dollars' worth
of pearls started the raid. One ef the
pearls recently found weighed 100
grains, and is said to be the largest
pearl yet taken from the river. It was
sold for $3,000.
NBVER REAPED A REWARD,
iKvaator of the Motor Car DU4Par
Mi fs;leetad Ajaldst the
Plantr of Parts.
On January 34, I860, M. Lenoir, a
chemist, was granted a patent for a mo
tor driven by an explosive mixture of
air and gas. He even used electric Ig
nition, obtained from a battery and
Ruhmkoef coil, and actuating a spark
ing plug very similar to the style in
vogue to-day. He employed coal gas
at first, but in his specification said
that he could use other gases, or even
produee a gas at the requisite mo
ment from hydro-carbon liquids, there
by foreshadowing the employment of
petroleum. The system of valves, by
means of which the suction of the
piston drew in the charge of gas for the
next explosion, was also designed by
Eenoir, and still remains the govern
ing principle in explosion engines. So
that in 40 years that have elapsed since
Lenoir's motor there have been lew
In 1862 he produced a car driven by
one of' his motors, and this .accom
plished some short trips in the strejets
of Paris, after which, for some reason,
it made no further progress. He
seemed to have no luck, his Invention
was premature and beyond ."grati
fication of hit hobby he had no. appre
ciation Fifteen years went by before an-
and it"1 no7tm tSTS j
produced his first car, which, to do
him justice, was the earliest of the
really practicable vehicles.
Poor Lenoir lived to see the motor in
dustry attain enormous dimensions, to
see honors and wealth heaped os other
men, and died in humble clrcumsUne'ts
without honor or reward.
CLAIM BURIED TREASURE.
Taraa JTaw Yorkers Dig tow a Vet
taae tm Oslo roa8Scta
o Far Futile.
Several years past at times on tha
& ., n0" ? !' Donl,tpV?iousness of freedom from germ die
farm especially there has been an in- ,, w,nter and summer &tt00m
2of l.e len"!?fttnandw UOh,pr0'" " P " the same point, and the
?.? E ? v v? Ctme fining room and haU were alao
the story that three New Yorkers have k' coof thano curMatol wgm
HrVI,nifrht,Uuf"th,dIref; fnt bring bacUli to. ntIWamW'
tion of Mr. Hall. Tradition saya gold ,2.., .,,,,., j , .
was buried on the farm years ago and ? V,,' UU T
Investigation now proves that This Is " the hottest day that blazed out
not unfounded. It is stated by .one We, and her attendants and servants
who is on the inside that upward, of'61 ?liSe? ,t0 instantly disinfect
$3,000 has already been taken and the toem3 be,;" aT her prta
prospectors have much confidence in "., They lived in a Perpetual at
belnrable to loute th. !3fl.fiflOi.nnt.-ri Pa of oarbolic acid, and their
It is related that many years,agpr.
when this was a wilderness infested
with the red men, five men left-Jfew
York state with $30,000, expecting-io,
invest that amount in land. One night
when they were encamped near a anrinir
onwluit is now the Dunlap farm, threes
were massacred by the savages, the '
others being captured. The captivea)
immediately wrote to their relatives
describing as near as possible where I
their money wus locaud. Manv effort
have ben made to find thj spot, but
until now the efforts proved futile. r
Award at the I'nrU ISzpoiltlon.
Forty-two thousand seven hundred
and ninety exhibitors out of 73,531
have received awards at the Paris ex
position. The United Stater, obtained
1,931 awards, of these 1530 were grand
prizes, 436 gold mudals, 5S3 silver med
als, 422 bronze medals, 270 honorable
mentions, and a long list of gold, sil
ver and bronze medals of collabora
tors. In the la3t exposition only 1,000 ,
prizes, including those for collaborat
tors, were given. The prizes were us
follows: Grand prizes, 55; gold med
als, ?Ai; sjlvor medals, 300; bronze
medals, !MG; honorable mentions, 229.
The names oi those who received
grand prizes or gold medals have been
made public Scientific American.
Tea Garden Drips.
ouco "Used, always wanted; dellclously
swcot, makes taffy cauuy to perfection;
manufactured by Pacific Coast Syrup
Co., 707-719 Sansome St.. San Fran
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TKY TO DODGE DEATH
Strange Freaks of Rich Hon to Es
cape the Grim Reaper.
Vfca Moat ChlldUh Expedient -
aaxtaal to by ManomsaUoi on Tkto
Sabjeot Some of tk
A man who, while poor, is not more
afraid' to die than most people, often
develops a haunting terror of death aft
er he baa made a big fortune, and
spends an unhappy life and huge sums
of money in trying to avoid the com
ing fate, frequently hurrying himself
into a premature graye through sheer
worry and fear. Tfols passion, saya
London Answers, has turned the brains
of a good many wealthy people and
made monomaniacs of them. They re
aort to the most childish expedients to
keep death from their doors.
You remember Kipling's character,
who had his chair slung on ropes from
a beam, that the world might split un
der him, instead of carrying him along
to grow older. There was an actual
cas very like this a few yeare jigo, when
John Islip, an Englishman, who made
a huge fortune out of silver in -Mcxjgo,
drove himself mad through worrying
about his death.
After exhausting all the safeguard
London could offer, be bought a small
rocky, island called Brychil, on the. West
Irish coast, taking with, him one faith
ful servitor. Here,, in feverish haste,
ha bad four stone pillars raised and a
junalT. bne-ttoried cabin, with three
zooms, rather like a houseboat, aluaf
on chairs from iron gir'ders'thaturoMd,
xnt .pillars ana swung .clear oi tn
ground. Once inside' this, he shut hitn
elf up with some bookand a pet jack
daw to company, and never, left his
winging house until his death. ,
, The attendant, who lived in a small
house close by, used to row to the main
land -a mile and a half when the.
waathar permitted, for provision. The
master spent his time reading and look
ing out over the Atlantic from the
cabin windows. His brain had given
way, of course, and he imagined his life
. stood, still, while ,the earth revolved un
der him. He had no relatives to insist
on his entering private .asylum, and
he died three years later in the cabin,
worried out of llfe.by the fear ofdeath.
His hair was. snow-whit, though he
Another wealthy man, Jeaa Ingla
aant, though he had made a fortune by
shrewd speculation, also gave way. to
tha dread, of death. He conoeived the
idea that all movement and effort wast
ed 'the tissues of the body, and thia.no
tlon sunk ao deeply into his mind that
he went to bed in a quiet country house
and hardly moved hand or foot for
years; if he even stirred a finger he'did
it with dread, believing it used up'his
vitality and shortened his life byt so
muah time. He spoke as little as pos
sible, sometimes' not opening his lips
for days, and was fed by attendants
with spoons. All his food consisted of
"slops," to save him the fatal exertion
of chewing, and his one amusement wast
being read to by the hour together, for
he would aot hold a book or turn the
pages, jsves the reading he did away
with toward the'oloss of his life, belie?
Ob of the queerest caaa was that of
a Mr.' Holmes,' a very wealthy widow,
who had a terrible fear of germs and
I baeilli-of all kinds. Sba had studied the
I mbjeat deeply,' and it affected her rea
son, to all appearance. The dread of
death seized her, and she was convinced
the would die by some wasting disease
inspired by microbes. Knowing that
Cold is fatal to the average germ, the
had two rooms adjoining each other
fitted aa refrigerators and kept con
stantly at a temperature of about 30
degrees, or just below freezing point.
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One would suppose this to be more
mistress hadto pay very high wageato
Induoe'aay aerraftts to tftay with her.
-DRINg ONLY VQVXl.
TJm Salas t tfea Ltaxea tm.
Aa" Controlled bjr tka 4K.
i avaaaeat. " ,
.Tha Russian peasant claseee driak.
only yodki, which is distilled fromy
ma is soia ui tne average price aa
' gallon, whether in quantltie.
one or 10,000 gallons, says the New
York Press. The government require
that the proof of vodkl and brandy
shall be 40 degrees and that of spirits
of wine from 0 degrees to 95 degrees.
In provinces where the sale of Ityuor
is oonjirolled by the government, tem
perance societies; supported in part
by the government, have been organ
ized, with Prince Oldenburg, a distin
guished philanthropist of St. Peters
burg, as president. They have opened
ref ding rooms, with libraries and rta
taurnnts, near public gardens and
l squares, where large numbers of work
ing1 people congregate, and they sell
cheap and good food with suob tem
perance drinks a tea. milk and kvas;i
made from cranberries- and black bread.
One of these societies has construoted
two "floating restaurants," one of
which will feed 600 people and the
other 300. These boats are towed to
points on the Neva where worklngmen
are employed or congregate. An open
theater has been established on Pe
trovsky island, where a good class of
playe is given at a nominal price. Soma
oi the public 'parks are alao supplied
with apparatus to encourage openir
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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Pearl Gold Alining Company.
Know all men by these presents that
wo, N. E. Ferguson, F. G. Gwynn aud
J. M. O'Connell. of tho town of Blsbee.
county of Cochise, Territory of Ari
zona, have this day associated ourselves
together for the purpose of forming u
corporation under the laws of the Ter
ritory of Arizona, and we do hereby
certify and adopt the following urticles
The name of this corporation ahull
be "The Pearl Gold Mining Company,"
and its principal place of transacting
business snail be at tho town of Bls
bee, county of Cochise, Territory of
The general nature of the business
proposed to be transacted is to own,
possess; develop, mine, buy, sell and
leaso mines and mining property, to
mill and reduce ores, either by milling
or smelting, ohlorination, oyanido pro
cess or otherwise, from the mines
owned or operated by this company, or
for others; to locate and acquire by
purchase water rights for the purpose
of using the same, or for the sale of
water; to own, by purchase or other
wise, lands or real estate, and to sell
the same; to buy, sell and deal in per
sonal property and merchandise of
every description, and generally to do
and perform any and all acts necessary
or incidental to its business as afore
said. ARTICLE III
The amount of tho capital stock of
this corporation shall bo Fifty Thou
sand Dollars (S50,C00), divided into fif
ty thousand (50,000) shares, of the par
value of Ono Dollar (31.00) each, to be
paid in at t le time of issuance of stock
in the discretion of the Board of Di
rectors. ARTICLE IV.
The time of the commencement of
thia corporation shall be the date of
the filing of these articles in the offlco
of tho Recorder of tho county of Co
chise, Territory of Arizona, and the
termination thereof shall be twenty
five yeara thereafter.
The affairs of this corporation shall
be conducted by a board of four direc
tors, to be elected annually on the first
Monday in March of each year, who
shall be stockholders of this corpora
tion, and said board of directors shall
elect from their own number the fol
lowing officers, to-wit: President, Vice-
President, Secretary, Treasurer and
General Manager. The board of di
rectors shall adopt by-laws which shall
define the duties of such officers, tho
time of their election, the time of tho
meetings of said board, and such other
matters as the board of directors may
deem proper. Tho following named
persona nro hereby appointed to serve
as board of directors until their sua
oossora are duly elected: N. R Fer
guson, J. RBender, F. G. Gwynn :iud
J. M. O'Connell.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
is at any time to subject itself is the
sum of Twenty-five Thousnnd Dollars
,The private property of the stock
holders shall be exempt from all corpo
rate debts and liabilities.
In witness whereof we have hereun
to set our hands this 30th day of Octo
ber, A. D. 3900.
N. E. Ferguson,
F. G. Gwynn,
J. M. O'Connell.
Territory of Arizona, )
Oounty of Cochise. )
Before me, M. J. Cunningham, u No
tary publio in ana! for said oounty and
territory, on this day personally ap
peared N. E. Ferguson, F. G. Gwynn
and J. M. O'Connell, known to mo to
bo the persons whose names are sub
scribed to the foregoing instrument,
and acknowledged to me that they and
oaoh of them executed the same for tho
purpose and consideration therein ex
pressed. Given under my band and seal of
office this 30th day of Ootober, 1900.
M. J. Cunningham,
My oommieiaion expires January 4,
Internal Revenue 10-oent stamp can
celed. Filed and recorded at request of J.
M. O'Connell October 31, A. D. 1900, at
1 p. m., Book 1 Inooiporstlons, pages
531,632,633. Frank Habe,
' First publication Nov. 8.
Fire and Life
J. Q. PRITCHARD
Finest Companies Represented
Agont for Fidelity Saviugs Associa
tion, of Denver. Safest, add beat In
terest on deposits.
IilSBEE - - ARIZONA
A A Pleasure to
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. I
MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORCE AND I
BOILER WORKS ALL CLASSES OF MINING MACHINERY
Special Agents for the Celebrated CAMERON STEAH PUHPS and I
CHARTER (1ASOL1NE ENGINES
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY f
Ei. Paso. Texas T
M.i jnHNnN real estate' MNE BR0KER
Houses and Lots Bought and Sold on Commission.
Houses for Ren.. Money Loaned v .1L .1
OFFICE: ANGIUS BUILDING. ROOM 3. BISBEE, A. T.
DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERY tor feminine bet
tors who'll win no mutter who f hey bet on or how
election goes. This is always understood when
candy is tho wngor.
CLOVES AND TIES A splendid assortment
ifom which timid backers of favorite candidates
can economically settle.
HATS AND SHOES-Stetson Hats, Hanan
Shoes, other good makes as well. In tho heat of a
political argument it's so easy to ''bet a good hat"
or a "good pair of shoes." Tho best kinds of Hats
and Shoes are here.
CLOTHING, ready-to-w.Mir w lijadti-to-measiuv.
Som will win clothes. Aside from the satisfac
tion of winning, there's a.i additional satisfaction
of winning such clothing as we've on sale this sea
sou. Each suit is so .iod that in matter which
you pick you can't lose.
A new lot of Women's Walking Hats just
received, and they am even prettier thauthe last.
There's a simplicity about the styles that adds to
rather than detracts from their smart .lppeainiice.
Wide brim, plain shapes, in smooth or rough
effects, with just a simple silk band. .Some bauds
are of black velvet ribbon with an additional nar
row band of gilt. Other hats are encircled with
stitching, crown as well as brim.
: .In blacks, browns and grays and not much
Ben Williams J. S. Douqlas
J. B. Anqios W. H. Bropuy
M. J. CDNNlNOnAM
Vorelif u UxcIiuukh und Telegraphic Trhnifor to (ill Hart of the World. Ao
oounti of Individual, Kinn and Corporation lolioltcd. Matter entrusted to
our ooro will receive prompt attciitlf i. Mexican money bought and old. Afrener
for New Zealand Klre liuuruuce Cotuptitiy.
J1XtTl31 0JKX't XK1Kf
Just in receipt of oue of the largest and
prettiest line of Men's Flannel Dress Shirts.
Brown's 65 make of Shoes for Children.
The celebrated Floersheim Shoes for Men
Drew & Selby's fine Shoes for Ladies.
A very complete assortment of the latest
modes in Men's Neckwear.
Dress Shirts o'f overy description.
Millinery the largest and most complete lino
ever shown here. Como and see them.
an aaaa ctm aa aaam
Answer Letters A
U'. li. Bkopht, President
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M. J. LrmNiNonAM, casnior
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