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BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11 1901.
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And bow do jou get to Toy-land?
To all little people the joy-land;
Just follow your nose
And go on tip-toes.
It's only a minute to Toy-land.
And ho! but it's gay In Toy-land,
This bright, merry glrl-and'boy-land,
And woolly dos white
That never will bite,
You'll meet on the hlgways lu Toy-land.
Society's fine In Toy-land,
The dollies all think it a joy-land,
And 'e!i lu the ark
Stay out after Carle
And tin soldiers regulau. Toy-land.
q There's fun all the
xo sorrow 'twas ever a coy :na;
And steamers are ran,
And steam-cars for fun,
They're wound up with keys down in Toy
land. Bold jumping jacks thrive in Toy-land;
Fine castles adorn this joj-land;
And bright are the dreams
And sunny the beams
That gladden the faces in Toy-land.
How long do you live In To) -land?
This bright, merry girl-ana-boy land?
A few days, at best,
We stay as a guest.
Then good-by, forever, to Toy-land!
Let's take another trip through Toy-land. What
a jolly, fine place it is.
Everybody may come grown up people as well as
children, although Toy-land is children's possession.
Around holiday time everybody is young and happy
or should be.
If we only had the room so that all the toys that go
and do all sorts of queer tricks could show off. We
haven't, though, so we'll do the best we can and be .good
natured about it.
Drums and trumpets for the martial spirited boy;
here's a battleship on wheels; there is a wooden cannon
mounted in regular artillery style Make believe swords
and helmets, too. And a locomotive that will run across
the floor, ringing a bell as it goes and all you have to
do is to wind it up. Look at thisl a locomotive, tender
and two coaches, with track and switches. But we
must'nt linger, or we'll not-get through.
A merry go-round that you wind up; a little steam launch with a lit
tle rudder aDd propeller wheel whose motive Dower, is acohol .al
kinds ot-Woc'-cs-tor little tots; tools theste somt? for is MKle as fifty C6nls"i
eacn; DiacK uoaras, ana garuen sets ana nanss ana game?, ana ana
Was there ever such a place for getting fascinated and confused; so easily
to get there, so hard to get away from this Land of Toys.
Boys' Suits $1.00 to $1.50
Less than Usual.
A short time ago we placed about forty Boys' Suits
on sale at $2.00 to $4.50, the former prices of which
were $3.00 to $6.00. They were one and two suits of a
kind that were left from regular stock well made,
worthy little suits that were all alone amid others com
plete in assortment. There are only a few of these suits
left, but we'vs added more and about every size is in the
lot again. It will take just a minute more to find the
size, and you have made a $1.00 to $1.50 toward the
boy's Chris&nas present.
$2.00 to $4.50 for suits that were $3.00 to $6.00.
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Confectionery and Ice Cream Palors
Located in Brewery Gulch. Three doors from Post Office,
Soda Water, Ice Cream Soda,
Rich Coffee, Lunch, Etc., Tamales,
Leave Orders for the Finest
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Want a Cheap Hat?
to run a HAT and SHIRT SALE, for ten
days and it will pay you to come in and look
over .our Bargain Counters.
The California flannel, in brown un
derwear, has at last arrived and those digging
shoes with the tripple sole came with them.
Our Fall and Winter Hats are also here and
they are the real thing too. I was surprised
what a difference it made in a homely man's
appearance why, it is simply wonderful
when you put one on. If you don't want to
be bothered with an overcoat this winter, come
in and we will fix you dp in the finest ALT)
WOOL UNDERWEAR there is in town,
and that's no joke, either.
I Mata Street A. P.
year In Toy-land.
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Fruit, Nuts and Candy.
Enchllda, Chili Con Carnle.
Home-made Pies and Calces.
room for a
large stock of
now on the road,
I have concluded
Slugged in Washington.
Washington, Dec. 10. Mrs. Ada Gilbert Dennis, a
fashionable dressmaker, was found nearly dead in her room
early this morning, having been slugged during the early
hours by an unknown party. Her skull was fractured, her
left ear almost severed from her head and the body badly
bruised. She was removed to the Garfield .hospital and
during periods of consciousness said that some one had
hurt her. Beyond this she was unable tc say anything.
There was no struggle in the room. The woman was hit
several times vtth a pianc stool, probably while she was
asleep in bed. A large force of detectives are working on
the case, but as yet have discovered no clews leading to
the perpetrator of the crime.
The case promises to be as sensational as the Bonine
case was. An operation was performed upon Mrs. Dennis
at the hospital this afternoon in hopes of saving the
woman's life, but it is not be1ieved she will recover. She
was unable to give any description of her assailant.
Delegation Going to Washington
to Scalp the Official of
Santa Fe, Dec. 10. It is known here
that the Washington correspondent of
the Globe-Democrat stands very near
to the Secretary of the Interior Hitch
cock, and therefore when this morning
it was known the St. Louis paper pub
lished a dispatch from Its Washington
correspondent that the charges against
Governor Otero had been investigated
and had been found groundless, and
that bis appointment would be cent to
the senate very soon, there was jubila
tion among the followers of the little
It is known, ho wevert that J. P. Man
ning, secretary of the Republican Re
form League, left yesterday for Wash
ington, that E. A. Flake left for Wash
ington today, W.M rjerger intends.
to go tomorrow, and that T. B. Catron
and these three will move as much of
heaven and earth as they possible can
to prevent the governor's appo'ntment
at the last moment. No fear is lelt by
the administration Republicans that
the opposition will accomplish their
The dispatch to the Globe Democrat
was as follows:
"The name of Governor Miguel An
tonio Otero will be sent to the senate
Texas Officials are
After the Railroads.
Austin, Texas, Dec. iO. The railroad coommission
today issued an order to all railroads of the state inform
ing them that on and after January first all trains in the
Lone Star commonwealth must be run according to sched
ule, unless delayed by unavoidable accidents. Passenger
trains shall not wait for other trains at junctions longer
than thirty minutes. Railroads wi'l be forced to post fre
quent bulletins announcing the arrival and departure of
Three Bills Have Been Intro
trodiced and Awaiting Ap
peiHtment ef Com
mittee. Washington, Dec. 10 The advocates
of statehood for Oklahoma, Arizona
and New Mexico are confident they wUl antagonize the admission of Okla
will have a safe majority in the House .honiau' less Arizona and New Mexico
Committee on Territories forthesute-jare admitted at the same time. This
hood" bill. I will also be the attitude of the Demo-
Spaker Henderson will not announce
the personnel of the committee'for sev
eral days yet, but it is known that
there will be but few changes in the
new committee on Territories. Repre-
sentative a.nox, oi assaciiui:ia,:ai DeWet, is authority for the state-
will again be chairman. He Is In favor!
of statehood and his attitude willlnfla-
ence the other members.
As soon as the committee on Terri
tories has been appointed the State
hood bills will be sent to it and then
Mr. Flynn, Mr. Smith ani Mr. Rodey,
the Territorial delegates, will exert
11 their energies to have them favor-f"
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ably reported. Jtlsoeixevea me oius
will be passed by a large mrjorlty.
Speaker Henderson is quoted as say
ing that, while he has serious doubt as
to the creating states out of New Mexi
co and Arizona, he realizes that the
for confirmation as governor of New
Mexico. This statement can be made
without reservation. Charges made
against the governor have not been
substantiated to the satisfaction of the
government officials. The charges
were general in their nature, alleging
Incompetency and the appointment of
corrupt minor officials In the territory.
Later more charges of the same gen
eral tenor were added, but lm estima
tion failed to substantiate them, hence
the determination to send ie name to
the senate. The appointment under
which the government is now serving
was a recess one.'
Rumois are persistent here that
Lieutenant W. E. Dame will be ap
pointed collector of internal revenue
and Major Fred Muller register of the
federal land office to succeed Judge A
L Morrison and M. U. Otero respect
ively. As no charges have been filed
against either of these two Jederal offi
cials, it is difficult to understand on
what these rumors are based, for Pres
ident Roosevelt, it is believed here,
will hardly make places even for Rongh
Riders by failing to re-appoint two of
ficials who have given good satisfac
tion. The Las Vegas Copper Extraction
companj filed incorporation papers to
day. The incorporators are Harry W.
Kelly, James W. Freeman and Joshua
P. Hall. The capital is $500,000. Head
quarters at Las Vegas. The directors
are Harry W. Kelly, C. C. Robblns of
Las Vegas, Frank Williams, George B.
Dodge and Joshua P. Hall of Denver
and Frank H. Hitchcock of Washington.
conditions in Oklahoma are entirely
different and that Territory should be
There is also a very pronounced sen
timent favorable to Oklahoma In the
senate. Senator Fairbanks is a staunoh
supporter of statehood and Senator
Hanna is also among its riends. Sen
ator Clark, of Wyoming, will probably
be chairman of the senate committee.
He favors the admission of all three
territories to statehood. It Is under
stood that the DemobraU of the senate
crate of tberbouse.
Krtfer fat Conftf.
New York, Dec. 10 Commandant
Syman, formerly on the staff of Gener-
ment that ex-presldent KrugerQ of-the
Transvaal will net visit America.
EftfHsli StaN Afiast.
London, Dec. lb Promoters of- the
London-Brighton Electric railroad an-
nounce that they will convey passes-
torty-seven miles in 32 minutes.
Rnfflfrimftn aland affnajit-
London, Dec 10 Reports show thir
ty-one Boers killed and three hundred
captured ddring-the part week.
HeiryJ. flelsinai, if Los Angel
es, Has Disappeared.
Los Angeles, Cal., Dec 10 Henry J.
Fleishman, cashier of the Farmers and
Merchants' bank of this city, has dis
appeared, and with him went a large
sum of the bank's funds, estimated at a
hundred thousand dollars.
Fleishman was last seen Saturday
morning las;. He telephoned the bank
Saturday that he was ill, bnt -nothing
was thought of this. When he -did not
report today, H. W. Bellman, vice
president of the bank, Instituted an in
vestigation of the cash kand discovered
Fleishman lived at the California
club, but left his apartments some time
Saturday. No one has any Idea of his
whereabouts, but it is thought by some
that he took advantage of his Saturday
and Sunday's start and went south into
H. W. Hellman stated that the bank
was not embarrassed In the least by
the loss, and that Fleishman's bond of
(30,000 and his real estate holdings In
this city will amply indemnify the in
stitution for any cash he may have ta
k,en. The Farmers and Merchants' bank Is
the oldest and strongest bank in south
ern California. It has a capital of $5,
000,000, a surplus of tl,0u0,000, and de
posits of $5,500,000.
It Is rumored that Fleishman was
heavily involved in speculative propo
sitions In copper stocks, which are be
lieved to have received hi attention
for some time. Later a slump In se
curities is believed te have caught him
Hellman says he can not imagine the
reason fer the cashier s action, but sus
pects the cue involves some woman.
It is the general opinion among
Fleishman's associates that he has boen
speculating heavily and lost large
sums, possibly more than $100,000.
The bank officials have not deter
mined the amount taken, as a full in
vestigation of books and accounts Is
necessary before this fact can be es
tablished. Fleishman financed an unsuccessful
velodrome for holding bicycles races a
year or so ago This was a factor in
which he is said to have lost a large
sum He was also back of a patent
city directory, which was a failure,
and which cost him large sums. Other
enterprises aro credited to his specula
Visits the Black River Country
in Search of Outlaws
Sheriff Jim Parks and Deputy C. S.
Sands returned to Solomonvllle last
Tuesday from their trip to the Blue
and Black river country, where they
went with a posse last week to look for
the Smith gang of outlaws, who were
reported to have been seen about their
old haunts recently. This is the gang
that killed two of an officers' posse two
months ago on Black river. The posse
last week consisted of Captain Moss
man and three of h s rangers and Sher
iff Parks and Deputies Gus and Lee
Hobbs and Charles Sands eight in all.
They did not find the Smiths or anyone
else that was wanted.
They went to the place where It was
reported that Alex McLean and a com
panion had been fired on while they
were bunting on the Blue. Sheriff
Parks says that what bad been taken
for atent proved to be a deceptive fall
en tree from which the bark had been
riven. At a distance It looked very
much like a tent. Captain Mossman
and Sheriff Parks had a formidable
force nd would have given the Smith
boys a lively time had they come onto
This outlaw gang will be gathered in
sooner or later. Bulletin.
Washington, Dec 9 In the senate
today, Hoar of Massachusetts, present
ed a joint resolution authorizing 'the
president to enter into negotiations
with civilized nations for the purpose
of punishing persons attempting the
lives of chief magistrates. A resolu
tion was passed appropriating seventy
five thousand dollars for Installing a
government exhibit at the Charleston
Exposition was passed.
McLaurin, of South Carolina, made
a speech in the senate defining his po
sition in South Carolina and discussing
the campaign In that state as well as
bis position regarding federal patron
age in South Carolina aud his relation
ship with it. He said that the cam
paign against him has been one of cal
umny, vituperation and misrepresent
tlon. As to appointments In the state,
he sought to have democrats appointed;
where this could not be accomplished
he" tried to haya Republicans selected
that would give satisfaction to the peo
pie. He did not want the crime of
burning a postmaster repeated In his
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W' I national importance about which so little is known
I I and regarding which so little is taught as the one
PROFESSORS OF THE GREAT A1LERIOABT UNIVER
SITIES, WHICH ARE MAINLY SUPPORTED 3Y THE
ENDOWMENTS OF WEALTHY CAPITALISTS, STAND
IN FEAR OF LOSING THEIR POSITIONS IF THEY
TEACH THE TRUTH "ABOUT THIS QUESTION and
even if they devote much attention to it
I must say that I do not blame them for declining to out their
own throats, but I have known some college professors who hare
dared to go against the orders of their rich patrons by teaching and
talking the truth about economic questions when the truth was
opposed to the interests of their employers.
I HAVE AL80 NOTICED THAT ALMOST WITHOUT EXCEPTION
THE HEAD8 OF THE PROFESSORS WENT INTO THE BASKET
JUST AS 800N AS THE MILLIONAIRE PATRONS OF THE INSTI
TUTIONS GAINED COQNIZANCE OF THEIR SPREAD OF PEftNI-
Cochise County Bar Favors
BY STRONG RESOLUTIONS.
Upon receipt yesterday of a Tucson
paper purporting that charges had been
filed at Washington against Judge
George R. Davis, the members of the
Tombstone bar, including attorneys
from all sections of the territory, ar
ranged for an association meeting to
day and, accordingly, at 1 o'clock this
afternoon the bar was called together.
Colonel Wm. Herring was chosen
chairman and Charles Bowman acted
as secretary. Colonel Herring stated
that he had been a member of this bar
for twenty years, and had seen many
assaults made upon the character of
the judiciary, bul never hadhe known
of an assault so wicked and entirely
groundless as this one on Judge Davis.
The Colonel paid a high tribute to
Judge Davis' ability and Integrity and
caustically criticised his assailants Res
olutions endorsing Judge Davis were
read. Mr. English moved the adoption
of the resolutions and Judge Rellly
seconded the motion. Messrs. English
Rellly, Land, Morgan and Hazzard
spoke to the motion, reiterating tl.e
sentiments contained In the resolu
tions. Mr. English hazarded the state
ment that whoever preferred the char
ges of Incapacity and lack of integrity
did not want an honest man on the
bench. A motion prevailed that the
chairman and secretary telegraph a
summary of the resolutions to the At
Negro to Hang
Waco, Texas, Dec. 10. Anderson
Norris, a negro, who on December 5,
1800, killed Mrs. Emma French by
striking her on the head with a target
riSe, has been sentenced to be banged
ou January 5th next.
Morend is Growing
There are throe important additions
comin? to Morencl in the near future.
The first Is the establishments a news-
piper, which will be of great value and
interest to the camp. The second is
the organization of a banking concern
under the control of men who are wide
ly known In the territory as safe finan
ciers. The third is the improvement
in the pott office quarters, which are to
be moved into the new Morencl hotel,
the old place having become too small
for the volume of business transacted
in the camp. All of these are solid
additions to the camp and will be found
of great convenience to our population
as well as credit to the town. Corre
Sheriff Munds has returned from San
Carlos, having in charge Tonto Lou,
charged with the murder of Marshal
Pete, in Verde Valley. When the In
dian agent at San Carlos was notified
of the murder he sent three Apache
scouts into Tonto Basin and three Into
the White mountains to intercept the
murderer, who was caught in the
White mountains. Hr told tue sheriff
that he killed Pete to prevent Pete
from killing him. When asked by
the sheriff where bis gun was, be re
plied tbat the scouts had shot It out of
his hand. The Indian witnesses In the
case are camped a short distance below
town. Prescott Courier. -
A special meeting of the Blsbee Gun
Club will be held Thursday, at 8 p. m.,
at the Opera Club. All members of
the club are earnestly requested to at
tend, as business of Importance will be
brought before the meeting.
12112U Ike Ivxs, President.
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to which the people look for the spread of such
information are silent as a role upon this great
question. AND WHY! BECAUSE THE
torney General at Washington, and
that a copy be engrossed aid signed by
the bar. Following are the resolutions
Resolved, That the bar of Cochise
county, First Judicial District, Terri
tory of Arizona, has learn ad with sur
prise that charges have been Hied In
the department of jus.lce at Washing
ton reflecting upon the integrity and
judicial capacity of Hon. Goorge R
Davis, district judge sitting in this ju"
Resolved, That In the opinioi of this
bar an assault upon the Integrity of
Hon. George R. Davis can only come
from malicious and evil-minded per
sons, who are unworthy of considera
tion or belief.
Resolved, That Judge Davis has at
all times evinced in his rulings and ju
dicial work the utmost conscientious
ness in fairly and honestly reaching a
just determination of the issues "pre
sented for his consideration.
Resolved, That in bis -grasp of the
various legal propositions, which have
confronted Judge Davis, and his deter- '
ruination of the same, r-he has shown '
the laborious and intelligent investi
gations and tbat his judicial capacity
in reaching correct results in the caus- '
es tried before him have won for him
the admiration, confidence and respect
of this bar, and that we brand his cow
ardly assailants with the basest mo
tives in their assault upon his charac
ter and capacity as a judge of this
Resolved, That Judge Davis by his
unremitting industry upon the bench
has greatly lightened the burdens of
counsel, and that his ability and high
courage in encountering and over
throwing all immoral and malevolent
schemes of every nature, entitle him
to the unstinted support of all classes
of our citizens,
Geo. Webb Appointed
George W. Webb today received a
telephone message from Nogales that
he had been appointed Chinese In
spector, to be stationed at Tucson to
succeed the late B. F. Jossey. The
papers appointing htm were sent to
Nogales by the secretary of the treas
ury and will be forwarded here tomor
row. Mr. Webb has been acting Chi
nese Inspector for the past six weeks
in place of Captain Tom Roush, who
acted in that capacity for some time.
Mr. Webb has been In the service for
eight years. He was appointed a line
rider at Nogales In September, 1893, by
Sam F. Webb, then collector of cus
toms and he has been connected with
the Nogales office ever since that time.
Mr. Webb is being congratulated today
on all sides by his many friends. The
place pays S3 per diem and $3.50 extra
per diem when traveling. This Is more
than any Chinese inspector ever re
celved In Arizona. Citizen.
Congress Will Take a Recess
Washington. Dec. 10 Congress will
take a recess from Dec. 16, to January
6th, for the holidays.
Nicholas Capel, an Italian, was killed
on Wednesday of last week at the Ry
erson mine. It seems that ha and two
others were trying to open a closed
ore chute, and to do so put in a pipe
filled with powder. As the powder got
fast in the pipe the men tried to tamp
It with an iron bar, and the result was
' an explosion with the death of Capel.
I The man was 26 years old and in good
favor with his fellow workmen, who at
tended his funeral in large numbers on
Thanksgiving day. Correspondence of
Don't fail to attend the grand open
ing tonight of the Cafe Royal, next to
the Brewery restaurant. A pleasant
time Is promised to all those who at
tend. Grand ball at 9 p. m. 12 11 It