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(JOOHI8E REVIEW SATURDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 22. 1(J00
WT j Jliyom Our Special Correspondent.
jj&T $ Tombstoke, Ariz., Dec. 21, 1000.
KylEDiTOBRrA'iEw; Ab I btated in my
f J' Itter Inst week, the cnee in conrt, next
i .,3tor the Downing cate, was that of
KM Territory against Sid Page, for tho
jHy filling of Chris Koborteon Tho jury
'I juih! a verdict of murder in tho sec
vtV' nd degree and tho court sontomod
?w. 'age to twenty years in tho territorial
,Vv S prison.
a Tne result of this case is a forceful
v' ' sommentary on tho pistol carrying
:Jtpabi't, especially by boys and those
ho hold human life so cheaply. Here
is a youth, hardly a man in years, who
is not only condemned to pass tho best
years of his life behind tho bars' of a
prison, but leaves an houost,had work
ing fathor, without hie comfort and
support; and, tho sntlest of all, a bro
ken hearted mother whoso ppan of
Mfo wilbhardly roach the limit of her
boy's imprisonment. It seems hard,
indeed; not alono for the boy whoso
lifo J8 blasted; not- ulorio for tho grief
stricken fathor and mother; but, also,
and perhaps our sympathy should go
out moo to them tho five orphan
1 ' S. children of tho murdered man.
Thero was a timo in tho history of
i " jr aho territory when it was necessary to
' " -V arry arms for self defense. When the
- r- vonntry swarmed with hostile Apaches
-Y $nd tho settlements were few and far
; between; but now there is no justiflca-
ViyoH fr men n1 !t)ys BinB ai8ut
;?-with ten pounds of deadly iron and
! J lead strapped about thoir bodies. It is
JSO IIS BUIU lUUy, IU lUipun, iw binvui
unarmed as it is in any of tho states,
where Jong ago oiviliznion placed the
seal of her disapproval upon the gun
One of the -wors feu hires of this de
testable practice is the deputizing of
morally irresponsible men and boys us
sheriff's dopnties. Here in Tombstone x
one of Mr. AVhite'a doputies, was killed '
by a Chinaman who he was attempting
to murder becauso, forsooth, tho Chi-'
man wanted pay for tho food ho served
in bis restaurant.
I boliovo the granting d the priv
ilege of carrying deadly weapons to in
experienced or reckless persons is a
6erious olfeupo against the people iu -trttiievnl
and law ubiding citizens iu
particular. Tho people arc growing
" very tired of 'H, and from heucoforth,
$yg predietth&re will arise a protest from
X i ( them, in ouo form or another, that will
h" i cause, at least to a largo degree, a dis
"V 2 coutiuuanco of the gun habit.
" i Manuel Davila.a Mexican who killed
trJj'V oncof his eouutrymen at tho mining
t-',-ramp ot jonusou, was meu on weu-1
iV'oi returned a terdiut. Tho plea of
Davilla was self defense and there
j vero no witnospea to tho killing. Tho
j qeceabeu was mneu y Knuo wouna
"f .which tentered the back and pa? Bed en
t lirely Ihrough tho body.
' A man was convicted yesterday of
. attempt to. commit rape upon the
unuaual testimony of a four-year-old
child. The alleged offense was com
mitted, in Benson some time last
A few caeos ou the civil calender
were disposed of either by consent of
litigants 'or ex-parte, but tho greater
' number of the civil cases will no doubt
be continued for tho term, as it is
expected court will adjourn not later
than this evening.
In the contempt proceedings against
W. C.Miller, upon the affidavit of Gfau.
Novch. for violating an order of m-
function, tho court' found there had
, oen no violation of said order, and
; ," .(iller was discharged. lhiB ia tho
' terumvu tu u cuit iui uiiiuiuiea
ught by C. JL. Douglas against Mil -
fL : 4 JU' at tho last term of oourt, and in the
.r'Judgn)ont of -which case it was ordered
ka'V that tho order of a temporary injunc
1 v';. Stion, restrainini; Miller from intcrfer-
V,y ing with Douglas, in building a dam
If ncroBH the Babacoraari crook be made
Everyono is joyously anticipating I
tho near approach of tho day when we
can bo relieved from tho turmoil of
lawyers' pleas, indictments and preco-
dents; and, forgetting tho evil things
that encumber lifo, for ono day at
least, t-ay "peaeo on earth good will to
men." A morry Christmas to youl
I Cheap CASH Store f
Fresh Fruits, of all kinds re
ceived daily. Wines, Liquors,
and Cigars, Goods dehverod free
. Medigovich & Nobile
EVERYTHING FOR 'XMAS
At DIAMOND BROS.'
new Dry Goods f Clothing Store
On the riain Street.
Call for your useful and appropriate HOLIDAY GIFTS at OUR
place and you will bo surprised what an array of tempting things you
will find and at what a LOW PRICE.
Everything1 for Alen, Women and Children to wear
And at a
A FEW OF
Jackets and Capes
JTj .I.- t
A FEW ACCEPTABLE
Slllt. soft and laundred
latest dcsigus.at the Ipw-
Cnll and see for yonrself-our JarKO
15 flSfldS? AND AT'TWWeST PR.CBsV'Vor,ner)y The Can Can Kestaurant'
I J. B. ANGIUS & GO. I
1 Main S
( USdCOnOVICn & L0.
-k m y
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Fruits and Confections.
Ice Cream and Soda Water
Sweet Cream, Confections, etc. Ice
Geo. Dorflingert Prop.
I Wallnro TCnildinr.
rg g BrUtOtt
Cleaning and Dyeing
By Dry Process
, ,, ,,, .,ii.
1 SntUtnotion mmrnnteed.
Near Raub's Bicycle Shop,
J. C. RAUB,
.Iain St., above
REPAIRS AND RENTS
Novolt works Key fit
tint; a specialty. Guns,
locltK, sowing machine
ami liiejcles repaired.
RAMBLER BICYCLES SOLO
E. G. ORD CO.
Skylights, A roll i toe t urn 1 Sheet Metal
Work in all Its branches. Second-hand
GeodB bought and sold.
.'.'!, NEXT TQ IREWEBY 'j
THE OFFERING FOR WOHEN.
( Underwear (
&Z Collarettes SSS.
AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
and Skirts i
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
in oolor anil out, Matic'
nUfPT PDICP.S. ITICIIB
CHIDTCL in nil tho
OH IK. I J egt prices.
CilL- TMCC inevery ahup ami at n price to
dllK I lEJ guitcTrry one.
t Bisbee, Arizona
Hair Dressing and
and Scalp Treatlnc a Specialty, Facial
Treatment and Manlourinff. A Full Line of
Toilet Accessories. Hair Switches, and Wigs,
Pompadours, etc. Hair removed permanent
ly by Kloctriclty. All Work Guaranteed.
AT THE FLOOD CATE
MRS. R. RITCH
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
OTTO W, GEISENHOFER, Prop.
Hoteiii the Wall jn,TE
C. M. Henkel, Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Main Street. Bisbee.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Estlmutes of lliiiUllucii
OFFICE: J. H. JACK LUMBER COMPANY
CHAMPAGNE, THE TAILOR.
Garments made by us have the
Style, Fit and
I. W. Wallace : :
AGENT. AND BROKER
Representing Mining Prop-
Heal Estate BoURht and Sold.
Money Loaned and Invested.
V. G. MEDIGOVICH
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
GAME RECEREU eek
Liquors, wines ciqqfs ond iodqccos.
OHO. C. CLAUK, E. M.
C. W. MITCItKM.
Examinations and reports made on
mirune propertips. Designs furnished
for ) kinds of mining and milling
Assays made in Dupli
cate, 60 cents a metal.
Quai.trtive and quantitative analyses
made ot any mineral sabatancee.
Surveys of Patents In
Arlzvna and Mexico.
J am prepared to supply any j
quantity of first-class Brick on '
short notioe on board oars . . I
Correspondence Solicited j
W. C. FERRIS
O. K. MARKET
FIRST CLASS PHOENIX BEEF,'
Mutton, Pork and Veal. Sausage, for-
eign and domestic, constantly on hand.
0. K. STREET, OPP. CARRETTO'S
A.' BAUER Proprietor
W. M. LIGGETT, Proprietor
one hour after arrival of A. & S. '
Leaves Naco at 9:30 a. m.
Trip each way made in one and a q-uar
BIB M NACOSARI
TIM TAFT, Prop.
Leaves Bisbee on Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
Arrives Bisbee Tuesday, Thursday
Goes through from Bisbee to Naco
sari in a dav and a half.
(fiirp At COPPC Queen more
VHllcc Whore information can br had.
St ge Line.
Leaves Bi'ibce Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays at 7 a. m.
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Bisbee Headquarters at Greene Con
solidated Copper Company's Office,
Rooms 11 and 12 Angina Hotel.
Cnnanea Headquarters, Greene Con.
Copper Company's Offices.
NewMeiko and Arlionn Jlnilroml.
Beunou, lenvo 6:S0ji. m.
FaIrt)ank,nrrlo , 6:11 "
Nogale, " 0K "
. BABTDOUBD. .
Nogalet, loave , 6:J0a.mr
Falrhank, arrive 71 "
Binton. " 8lM
IMPROVED OUDKU OF RHD
MEN. COCHISE Trilie No. 7..
kineot eery Thurwlay evening
tttlieupera lloiike Hall Vls-
tlnir brutlurs cordially invi-
James A Canniliell.SacIieiii
John Munch. C. of H.
Dr. hdmiindBon, Medicine Man.
WARRKN CAMP NO 9,
WOODMEN OK Tllri
WORM), meots everj
second and fourth Monday
at the opera houno Vi
Itinir members coidiallj
.1 A MILLER, C. C.
F V. JOHNSTON Sec.
ERFECT ASHLAR LODGE No. 12.
F. & A. M. Meete first Thursdaj
of each month. Visiting breth
ren cordially invited to attend.
J.J. Muibiibad. WM.
L. Hcowk, Secretary
T ANDMARK CHAPTER No. 6
- R. A. M. Regular Convoca
tions third Tnesdny in e.rh
month, 8:15 p. m. Visiting com
panions in food standing glodlj
C.C WARNBR, H.P.
QUEEN LODGE NO. 6, A.
O. U. W., meots every
Saturday evening. Vi
itinc brother cordially
Alfred Godfrey, W. M.
Richard Humphrey. Reo.
H. C. Frnser Financier.
TrKnRK LODGE NO. 10. I. O. O.
- F., meets eery Wednesday
evening. Vidting brothon,
f.r.fll!itlv Invited t nttml.
ALFUED GonviiEY, N. Q.
KlIILE MAHKS, R. S.
No. bi, meets every
first and third
month. V isi ting
members are cor
Kkbd Fuss. Secretarj.
Fire and Life
J. G. PRITCHARD
Finest Companies Represented
j Agent for Fidelity Savings Assocj
' tion, of Denver. Safest, and best in
j torest on deposits.
! BISBEE - . ARIZONA
Plant situated in
Upper Mule Gulch.
i City Office. Wallace Building
Kitchen . . .
Open Day and Night
Short Orders a Specialty
Meals served to families
Whitehead & Marchell, Proprietor.
The cut .howan elrfput CoITee Spoon tliat !fl
bom-I in cIciru niul sure to plense.
On the front appears the open Jircplarcaiia a
v'licli tu Clirist'-iaa is
mpV-te. ihe tree
..ndLtl with eood
tliiiiRS is distinctly
spii nUr Use narrow
p-ft of f!ie handle, oa
ltttcrs the words
Iu the cold bowl we
see old Santa Onus
with his flo ing locks
and hin gixy bcanl,
.ihif;iiifr h-s whip'
back of his fleet rein
deer. Altogether it is
and ptopcr cm) Icmof
Ou the Uick of the
ha idle are the glad
bells which "ring out
t1"- old and " ring la
tie new," and undcr
neith old Iathct Tirae
with his cruel scjthe.
"Happy .ew earM
completes the decor
ation on the back of
AltoRUhcr Jt is a
jnost iteai.tiful article
suitable for a holiday
present for one's self
or a frictxl. The co!
lecticir of linodsome
proportion of a hure
fad and this spoon Is
Rood enough to place
beside any of them. .
This spoon is the
must suitable Christ
mas E'ft you couU
school cliil-I'ca, or
children in the puUlc
or day schools; church
fairs often um: several
hundred of Uieai.
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I i -
1 JT'ETy ,sH!"ir,V ?TiflfliMA
W U HH 2W'C
8 mlA A IJnKAnrr Znnntt
"- "- I juuniiiuj ujluvu
Dealer in Watches, Jewelry
and Precious Stones
feftfct aad Jewekr gW"'