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:0OOHISEiREVIEWr4 fERUBSDAT EVENING. NOVEMBER 15. 1900
Jones & Murphy
PAPER HANGERS. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
GIVEN ON ALL WORK -tea
Shop INext Door to Cochise Review
Straw rides, Horsoback Rides, Boating,
Fishing, and Hunting and doing
nothing in the country makes you
HUNGRY AND THIRSTY
But H. Collmann of the Brewery Cafe will nerve
you. Come and see his new received
Delicacies from nearly every part of the globe. Gotha Cci
'velat, Gotha Truffle Liver, Strassburgcr Goose Liver Truffle.
Italian Salami, French Lyoncse, Wiemar Mettwurst, Frank
furter aud Wiener, Sauerkraut and Horseradish, Pomsrauia
Boneless Goosebreasts, Westphalia Hani, Pigs Feet, Lubecker
Sausage (to be fried), Pates de Foie Gras, Tongue, I elton
Ruben and Mixed Vegetables in Cans, Boston Baked Beaus,
Heiuze's Pork and Beans lu Tomatoes, Bismark Delicacies
and Pickled Holland Herrings, Cavier Neunaugen (fish), Dill
and sour Pickles, Swiss, Limburger.Rocquefort.Liederkrauz,
Koppen and Swiss Krauter Cheese. French Sardines and the
finest Russian Sardelles, Eels in jelly, also Smoked Eels and
Salmon; Gooseliver Purry, Westphalia Pumpernickel in Tin
Cans, Fresh Oysters, Atoheuser Busch Beer and fine Table
Wines on hand.
You are respectfully invited to call at the Brewery Cafe
and see for yourself.
The Zellner Piano Co.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Pianos & Organs.
Write for Catalogue.
Pianos on Monthly Payments.
Office-. i2l t- South Broadway. Uos Angeles, Califronlii.
I. W. Wallace : :
AGENT AND BROKER
Btbee - j; 1 Arlasoim
Havrewn ting Mining Prop
erties. ileal Estate Bought and Sold.
' Money Loaned and Invented.
t firs. H. E. Bruton
Cleaning and Dyeing
By Dry Process
Dressmaking a apeolalt) I
Near Raub's Bicycle Shop, i
. Tombstone Canyon. j
GEO. C. CLARK, E. M.
C. W. MITCnELl
Examinations and reports made on
mining properties. DeaiftnB furnished
for ! kinds of mining and milling
plant . . ..
, Assays made in Dupli
cate, 60 cents a metal.
Quautetlve and quantitative analyses
made of any mineral substances.
Surveys of Patents In
Arizona and Mexico.
:i BISBEE and NACOSARI
TIM TAFT, Prop.
lvpav Bisbee on Monday, Wcdncs-1
lay7aad Friday. i
ArrlvM Ttlhpf Ttieadav. Thursday
and Saturday. '
Goes' through from Bisbee to Naco
ari in a dav aud a half
JK& .Where Informatloi
wwmnc m . . .- - ;
Ion oan br had. ,
W. M. LIGGEH, Proprietor
Arrives, at Bisbee at 11 a. ni. Leaves
pi one hour after arrival of A. & S.
Leaves Naco at 9:30 a. m.
Trip each way made in one and a qunr
U4 uaun r
V. G. MEDIG0VICH
Wholwalo and Kotoll Dealer In
Liquors, wines giqofs and iota.
m Side in the Wall TSm
.. X. IH. Henkel. Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler
1 am prepared to supply any
quantity of first-class Brick on
snort notice on board cars . .
' Correspondence Solicited
W. C. FERRIS '
BENSON ARIZONA -
B.F. GRAHAM SCO J
Hnrcpc. Tho O.
K. Livery Stable la
the largest and best equipped in Ariz,
A CORNER O. K. AND RAILROAD AV.
Good Service, Prompt Attention
PRESTON FLETCHER, PROP.
Leave orders with S. K. Williams.
VTompUr crocsnd, OB MO FES. 8nd mod!, ikttcli.
TSXZ. filrtit Umnt ertr oSiired to InTtntora.
lATEMI LAWYEU3 OF S9 TEABb- rBAUiiua.
Mrrlo. UoJrt chirms.
"SVC. A. SNOW & CO.
Opp. U. S. Patent Office, WASHINGTON, D. a
Leaves Biubec Mondays, Wednea
dnys and Fridays at 7 a. to.
Arrives Tuesdays. Thursdays and
Ulsbee Headquarters at Greene Con-
' gSSf, aSLjS omce
' Cnnnnen Henilnuarters. Rrecnp Con.
, copper Company's Offices.
I UNION MEAT MARKET
I and BAKERY I
ft L. J. OVERLOCK, Proprietor g
2J PHOKNIX BEEF.Vool, Mutton, 'Porli,
Lamo and Sautase of all kindi
I BREAD, PIES AND CAKES
rt Ou hand or to order. Weddlntr Calces
BREWERY AVENUE, BISBEE
Directly on the road to Naco
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
vour fatronago aoiiciteu.
Dry Goods, GeutV
Hair Dressing and
(1 JjCuUlY IC111U13I
ond Sculp Treating a, Specialty. Facial
Treatment and Manlcurinir. A Full .Lino ot
Toilet Accessories. Hair Switches, and Wles,
Pompadours, etc. Hair removeu permanent
1 by Electricity. All Work Guaranteed.
AT THE FLOOD CATE
J. B. ANGIUS & CO.
Main Street - - Bisbee, Arizona
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
OTTO W, QEISENHOFER, Prop.
Plant situated in
Upper Mule Gulch.
City Office. Wallace Building.
The J. H. Jack
Lumber Co . .
THE STUDEBAKER. -WAGONS;-
'BUGGIES, CARTS, ETC. -"
Bisbee - - m Arizona
j-itiayutiuuj, ,fxru.uii,cv;vHiJ Hffl1, ww
Ol 11 -Li- AU.U4.4.1 Ol,. M.1i
wars, in ait its orauones. aeoona-nana
GeBaa bought and Bold.
NEXTdT0 BREWERY .
HAMPAGNE, THE tAILOl ';
Garments made by us have the
-' U-7l PI irirfnJair
"V"! M "- ,
That Well-dressed Gentlemen
To William Evans, your hairs or atflipii: '
You aro hereby notltted that one hundred
dollars was expended in labor and improve
ment upon the Night. Hawk Lode la order
to hold the said premises eundor the provi
sions of Section 2224, Revised Statutes of the
hold the same for the vear ondlnur December
31,1899, aud-if wlthlu.lnety days after"thfs
publication you fall t refuse to contribute
jour proportion of such expendlturea
co-owuor your interest in said clainr'wiU
become the property of the subscriber un
der snld Section 2814. ciriJt,
' Habhy H. MOMaSmT
First publication Sopt. 12 1900.
Estate of Edward L. Hoffman deceased.
Notice Is herebr riven by tho underalsmed.
administratrix of tho estate of Edward, L.
nil noMons ehavlnir' o?klms B?alnitrthe' sold
ueoensou, to oxlilbit Ubem with the neceewry
. - ...-'.-.-- - .-...--
within four months after the first publica
tion of this notice to the said administratrix
at the oflice of S. X: Wllliums. n Bisbee. thr
samo beimr tl e ulace for the transaction of
business of said estate in snld county of Co
ohise, " '" REBECCA N. HUGHES. A
Administratrix or ustate oi Ed. u. liouman,
Dated at Bisbee, Arizona, this 24th day of
First publication Ootobor 8. 1900.
Notice to Creditors.
Kstate of Patrick. Ounnlnfrham, (locCuecT''
Notloo is hereby srlven by the undersigned,
administratrix of the ntnto of Patrlok
Cunnins;hani, il(xeas d, tii,the oredlt6rs of
and all pel-"'- lim-'ift''m aarainst the
said decorum!, u immt tUem, with thennq
oMary vouohers, within ten months alter the
ilrst publication of this notloe tdthe said
administratrix at Bisbee, the-.same being
the place for th trans lotion of business of
snici estate, in saia aounty or i;oonise, i
a Administratrix o
if i the Estate of PatrktR
, Datod at Blibee, A. T thlsitirit day, of
BY THREE HORSES.
aatlciucu of Quality Hide
1m Style Ucliind a Trio of
Every Russian ientlemiiu of wealth
or nobl lineng yoi i Wng in a man
ner pecu tar lo lm- t iittjTVj"t, -ih i
three hoisc- abic;ist. atttupril ,o
favhion.iblf "tioik.i."' a tliiii w ml
dissimilar to t lit iMtrluge uwd in
other count iet,. but in atrii!$r the
same purpose. Thetuollanku-Q I n- t
canter, with thoir heads tinned out
ward, the middle horte nots u.ih
clean, high teps and looking stmijiht
forj' him. all going at n tmiou "ci d
steeud b a ttontuTiM i. jircpoitcrous.
h padded. This is a turnout thai de
lights the huai i of the wei thy..iiiui,
loving Ru "an of con.er.itie Kivas,
sa3' a Ijord- paper
The dor j i i characteristic wooden
arch Tvh'ih parses, ovei tUe cemial
horse's '5hoii'dor. ! ftvod to the end
of the shall-' 10 hold them in position,
while thr outer piiilc art-attached, not
rigidly to a pUntf lm a- in rrdinny
carriape, but u the endi of the trout
axletipe. Cuiubeisouie a thi-. method
looks.it has the'nclvantaur cfapp'j.i
the drauc'lit at the most .i(!antaenu
rtngle, considierin? tin tough loadband
Fashion in. Btftsia decrees thut tlie
fniddle horse must trot at its highest
-peed, while the other horses cautei or
gallop. A side- vein is usjd to make the
outside horses turn their heads out
ward, so that they shall keep time aud
lead with the inward letr
The ordjnarj whip la neer employed
by the P.Uss.au driver of a troiln When
a whip ii usediitis a short-handl-ed nf
fair called' a nagaika, with a long lash
like a dog whip but this is plied only
when the hre is tu bo punished -e-erely.
The u.ual method tor fctiiiunat
iDg a hone i to hu him with the li e
knob of meta. which is attached to
each rein about half way between the
horse's mouth and the driver's" hands.
The Eussiac coachman is extraordi
narily fat in appearance. This how
ever, is mainly dut to a liberal padding
of cotton wad'ding, with which the
koocher fortifies himself against th
biting cold of the climate.
To be very fashionable the Ruiviam
must be driven by a non-Russian coach
man. The chief eoachtnan to his im
perial highnes the czar is a one-etd
Italian named Notto. whose bro her
tfdxivViKfor' Grand Dulce Paul. ?fany
Englishmen find employment in Ru-
fiiab:4 tables, and a' number of Anieu-
,ean4JairCUrge sa'lariea by-working for
Russian-trdtting men In European
countries the Anglo-Saxon is held'm
rhigh admiration a's a Horseman. The
"owner of the largest' iorseshoein.g es
tablishment In St Pstersburg i an
DISCOTERY OF KHAKI. '
teat rnAattoa of th Oloth Wblolk
CletAa SsslUh iBd'imu
Thm London. Daily Nevr, to illus
trate the part played by lucky acci
dent in .the discovery of inventioua,
-told the other day a story about
khaki, the olive-colored canvas cloth
Vfora by th English and American
i soldiers in hot countries.
rThia cotton stuff has bn worn in
India by British, troops for many
yrs. Its tint was a greenish brown,
but it al vr aye v faded when it- was
waahsdi with soap.
A -business man from Manchester,
while traveling in India, happened to
fall into conversation with an Eng
lish officer, who remarked, carelessly,
.that the first manufacturer who could
product a cotton drill that would not
-tfade would make his fortune. -
The young Englishman never for
got this- hint. He came home, found a
skillful dyer, .and with him began the
search for. an olive dye which, when
lised-ion cotton cloth, would not yield
xo soap or soda They spent years in
these experiments, all of which proved
f One day they found among seveial
scraps of dyed cloth one which ro-
Stalned its color under the most s,eveie
tests. The puzzling fact was that it
U.hsd'bMn cut from the 'same piece of
t dothpsud subjected to tbe-same proc-
-ees"asthe others-scraps-, all of which
;8 The5 two experimenters'ware great
"ijrpuwiea, and lor montns tried in
vain' to solve the riddle. The one lit
tie fragment, ot khaki was the onlv
one which kept its color against all
By chance ou day they found that
the dye in which this scrap had been
dipped -had remdliied for' a time in a
metal dish of & peculiar kind The
seoretvwas found. The metal of the
dith,-ia combination with the cheni'
cals oMhe'dye, had furnished the o j
thing needful. They tned the exper
safentNrith 'other pieces The dye held,
and tKeir fortunes were made
It waB'not chance which gave them
their success, but the. indomitable j i
tience and" persistence which pursued
-the chsnet, ind the'intelllgence which
1 JfOMKElT. ACTS LIKE A MAN.
tS rg ! ftr an Oranst-Ontanu
. Ptof . V. P. 'Wormwood; the olde i an
imal trainer In the United Staw dnd
who was conneotedrwlth theCli ati
zoological gardens yvars- .age w
teachings dog and monkey .oi in
Kokomo, Ind says ths Chicu. Inter
Cysa'n;. , -
"Murphy'.''!" th name ot tlu - ldeit
and-best.. trind orang-ouvuu in his
oolleotion. When Murpr , yt.rs at
night he.removes his clothi i 1 r ging
the garments on hooks bcsii tJic bed,
i When h gets too warm he kns.ei and
2)pulisxff his night shirt, aid ri urns;
to .bed with only such apure. as na
iturt -nrovided him. On the contra if
AfcilS loo cold, At jfos to tue clothing
chest. for . snother quilt, which he!
ipre ids ivtr i lit o i it vvjih as muih
caif aiid hhill as, tin mflfrt jiri.dv.iiit.
li tu iits kmf folk, f-poon. napkin
and .is i bowl at his u.cai- and
sii.okb a briarwood pipe. He hus no
uhe for o'lgtupftes or cijrars. SpcakiiiJ1
of ii 1'iiy's intellt-ctuiil face, Prof.!
Worn .o-od said
"The Hatness peculiar to a monke.v't
head is changed with trainiit". Vfter
a few months' education ami eonMct
with human society the face n row- 'cs
and less elongated, and the top of the
head or fouhead rises peiceptib.."
There are seveinl athll'tcs in tlieir
nionix-ey school, and the j.Nnina-itim is
their fnoritP (Nftcike. llaii d:i they
put on the nntt and .rie a re i j-tie,
pri?e iight of son i' loutnK wttl hiir
own people fls -vcoitui!. and tinnletp
ers. The i- n k" - liaie he n i ndit
the art of hou-ekt t p'.np- pienntii .m.-im
ner for visitors, naiting on tain . i ;c.
They do a line military diill, anil un
derstand the manual of arms to perfec
tion. AN INGENIOUS MINISTER.
Preacher Among the Cowboy
the West Who Iki Won Un
The ingenioiihiiesb of Re. Ilnriv .
Handle, rector of Si James mission,
Meeker, Col. constantly evolves uiltr
taining features, foi the old and vcmig,
attracting intti 5; to the n . u, I per half to the dissecting-room. Here
writes Staniev atokts ot "A M.lter the ghastly section of the dead hu
' Among the Co v. bo. nLadif. l.utne manlty was laid upon the table, cov
Journal He is an u-omphsLn' Aitlit ered with a sheet, and left to await
and takes photographs for i-vc j u .H . the coming of the class and'lecturer
An immense see-saw swings aid ther?The lower half 'of the body was im
enterta.nmg features hue Lit ii crci- js mediately burned, and in "two hours'
ed by him in the rector jaid, wtLtrel time all that remained. of McAndrews
everybody in the town enjo tjicin. ! was the half upon th table, waiting-
The prcachei upent pan ot In tfrtt-
ingb for a phouoeiaph with a itt of i
50 rolls,, which die b'jciowo tv ihe
rectory, hoine eoinmi.' Um ir.ile u ;e,L.rela,Uves had appeared -and claimed
tTlP Wlttrfflfflll flitll f manliii. .. .!
Hu . wa,. & i,i ,M,.v. .... illtlK
iv evei any .neii dip ctnuc c i r a.
Mi. Handle ohiingts his working vuj las
and goes to the hotel to ncqu.i i iuin
self with the u.'iugts arriMi , s.d
invites tlitmtothe recton.ullui .l ,ch
is unusual and ui,looi' foi i n w
frontier nd that is one r iht wujs
by which io niai.j peoj.e m In- n.u sh,
which is of gicaler area Tli.,n Jit Kites
of Delaware and Rhode ('aim mrn-
bined, have become aequamud with !
the popular "'Little Minister of Rio,
Blanco," as he is called. . j
WAYS OF WOMEN ARTISTS.
How Brave Girls from th Wast ana
South Learn to Paint la
There is much information about the
wajs of women artists from the wst"
and south who study in New orx in'
"The Bacillus of' Beauty," the new"
novel by Hairiet Stark.
1'liu ieac.1.. is introduced -alinost at
the outset to Kitty Riccl. uTed-headed
girl from Cincinnati, who a just doing
up a flat parcel of drawings of enimal3
to take down town, and who basts a
demand for extra strong tea upon that1
"I'm starting for the Star oflict " she
cays, "to find the photo-engravers
rcatjng the noses and toeses oit all mv
best beastessec '
Iutt is the "animal artist" of a Sun-'
("ay newspaper wh ch might be z. por
trait from the .ife since ircr than
one Xev York paper has en plou! such
a specialist at a hign salary. She irfi
'utes uh. readers by breaking into a
piomising teie-a-tete bi.tweeu the
heroine and hci lover from the west
by dashing back within five icnutcs
to sketch a "Hippopotamus Comic"
that she thought of on the street
CHINESE LANGUAGE LOGICAL.
It Becomes Exceedingly simple Wain
You Understand the Common
Every word in the Chinese language
has a logical reason for its existence
i and peculiar formation, and each word
consists of either one individual chai
acler or a number of them combined
in order to make a complete word
Take the word field, a square divided
into sections or lots writes Frederic
Poole, in Ladies' Home Journal. When
the word man is written by the word
)leld the combination makes the word
tanner, indicating the aocation of a
man who is associated with fields and
agiiculture Still -more suggestive Is
th Chinese word for truth, sincerity,
faithfulness, honesty It is formed by
the combination of a man and word
thus expressnu? that one foim of hon
esty consists in a man standing bj 1 fs
word. The word for box is fndicatcd
by a square having ourT3j.des of equal
length, while a prisonerfs literal) a
man in a box a fact which is often
grewsomelj illustrated, in China when
1 a criminal ib sentenced tcTdeath, and is
carried to the placVof execution la a
GAVE MONEY TO FRIEND.
John Sweeney Then nisnppstr)4l aad
Haa Not Dcen Seen Since Trol
Over the Money.
"Say, old man, you have always
been good to me, take these bank
books, draw the money; and have a
good time. I am going away and
you will never see me again."
These words were spoken by John
Sweeney, old and partly blind, to his
friend and employer, Daniel Tyrel, a
com i acting carpenter, more than nine
j ears ago. Two ba'hk books were
shoved into Tyrel's hands Sweeney
walked down the blocjc, turned the
corner, had a drinl: with 'Tyrel's son,
an.1 irue to his word,' has never since
Tyrol was then well to do and pros
perous and thought little'of the bank
books until adversity overtook him
Is'ow he would .ike to get the money
Sweene gave him, s6me $1,1500, but
the bank refuses to uurreude'r It and
the courts nae oeen appesicu ,
settle the matter. .
UNDERTAKER OF GENIUS.
A Itoral Intrrnii'iil not OhlcniroSlu-
4m ta Ont of mi Unplunt
"lie is & mart nmn. is that under
taker. Say, he' jfot a brain in hi
'Jlii-s it, the way in which sludenth
at the College of Physicians . nd Sur
geons on the Writ side evpresb their
admiration for a certain undertaker
who got them out of an unpleasant
predicament, reports the Inter Ocean
Patrick Mc Andrews, who lited
somewhere near State and Forty-See-ond
etrcetfe, was admitted to the coun
ty hospital about three weeks ago.
suffering from a complication of dih
eascb. le dinl noon after reaching
the white cot in the "hopeless" ward,
and his bodj was dulj laid away to
await the coming of his relaties
Fifteen da s passed, and nobody came
to call for the corpse of Patrick Mc
ndrews Then, as is the custom, the
body wu tien to the College of
Phjsiciant and Surgeons, and ar
rangements were planned, for a dis
section. The lecture for which the dead Mc
Andrews wa to furnish material
called for the head, chest and arms of
an adult male Attendants in charge
of the "subjects" seered McAndrews
body at the waist, and took the up-
for the scalpel.
Just as the lecture was beginning
word was brought thai McAndrews'
the body. An understaker from State
and Forty-nrst street was already at
the door, and preparations were be
ing made for the funeral at McAn
drews' home. Xo objection "was made
by tine college authorities to the
prompt surrender of the body, but a
thorough search failed to locate the
lower half of the remains. The at
tendant who had burned the missing
portion told what he had done, and
there wu consternation around th
At this point, the ingenious under-
Jftor canV er6' .I! T
the upper half of the body," said he
1 "Then get' me about ' 80 pounds of
bricks." The bricks were- brought
jittid the-lower part of the coffin was
filled with them. McAndrews' upper
section was put in place, and the un
dertaker drove away
A day later5 McAndrews' funeral
took'' place with all -propriety, and
none but the undertaker and those
who helped him at the college knew
Hist what the cof n contained. Out
rn .he West Side howevu, where stu
dents congregate, the "half man" is
talked about, and much admiration Is
expressed -for. the-genius of. the undar
taker DISCUSS THE SERVANT GIRL.
tteudaxts at the Household See-"-
? ttomlc Association Consider
Problems of the Day.
The National Household hconomic
convention at Toronto Ont , the o-. .
day was addressed b Mrs. Hoodies
of Hamilton, Ont who sad that t..
Ontario government was the fim m
the world, so far as she has been able
to learn, to hate a normal school foi
domestic science teaching
At the aftt-rnoon session the hll
absoibing "senant girl ' problem"
came up lor debate In comment on
the suggetiion that, as there are lOj
jpfc, writer girls seeking j laces to one
.ook, oommeicial education for girij
be dropped out ot ,the public school
c u,r t-uluin ard t jkui rut In ita
l',o. --is Helen Campoe i made a
'aj.esc!i iajingthe age was tints oi
pio-SEs ur.J the domett. c, after lof
teat, was cennrg to lei ca Tl otv
ti'.ed lu this woik were going tu
i.st in the soe'al plane she said,.pt
siuly b th5 general adoption of ui
New Zealand system of domestic .a
lor bureaus graduated wnge$, and
otner regulations raising service to
the statu; of a trade
Mi s ricie: cc Kcllej said her e
lur.pnce in l-Iull house, cnicago, had
poed that the leal objection to dc ,
ii tstK serrtce wj that it sopaiattd
(.'iris ttora theii owu home life.
HTP7 Moth Hunt Suspended.
The Massachusetts legislature, which
was in session nearly all summer ad
journed without making any appro
priatlon to tontinue warfare on the
gj i sy moth JWus&l to appropriate
funds was based on reports from the
regions where the motn hunters op
erated Residents regarded the met?.
, ods itinplojed as mtist costly and
wasteful The apparatus of the moth
I commission haa been "sold at public
auction, and the moths will be per
' mined to take their chances with the
I ordinnrv insect dtsnojers Some nat
uralists expect that a parasite will yet.
destroy the insect thavfraV&?Jraci
so iapidl. for a' tcwt xisar "AUout
SlGOOCt) haa been spenfeJn .yursu.ng
the insect, but a few were left each
year to be Ruled 'the following year
at Urge expense.
After the march of the troops
through the forbidden palace at Pe
king a part of civilians, including the
ladks of the legation , and ecni! well
known missionaries was admitted. Tea
was uened, and then the immrial pal
ate w tie Inspected Themo?tf . uh
uble features of the imperial building,
ire adid to be the evterior gilding ai.J
the staircases caned out oi suip
atones with figures of dragons ' lien
.ird other omamentb The bed oi the
i p.ess Is tiimmed ith solid gold
Atter the inspection the gutei wcr.
closed again and no one was pu.i: i
to sntsr the grounds. Chicago Chi on-
r Sr -','-
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