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fHE BI3BEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1905.
THE TUCKER CHARGES
WILL BE SUSTAINED
Sellable Information from
feliinglan Names G. J. -Sloneman
as New Judge
The Phoenix Gazette Is In posses
titai of information from Washington
Delating to the charges against Judge
Es&ene A. Tucker, associate justice
of Ue supreme court of Arizona and
district judge of the fifth judicial dis
trict. The information is semioffi
cial and indicates that the charges
agaittst Judgp Tucker h& e been fully
investigated by the President and that
lie deans Ihem sufficiently strong to
remove Judge Tucker trom the bench.
Two candidates are- mentioned as
pos3ibie successors to Judge Tucker.
These are George J. Stoneman, a
jpromluent jouiig attorney of Globe,
and Frederick S. Nave, United States
district, attorney The latter, it has
all along- been understood, was the
frahahle successor of Judge Tucker
in the event the charges against him
wn sustained, but the Gazette can
slate on strong authority, of a semi
official nature, that Mr. Nave's
chances are ery slim as compared
wjtli those of Mr. Stoneman.
lie latter has the endorsement of
wery influential men, ery close to the
X'resiitint, ana that he will be the
new fifth judge there is little doubt.
Air. Stoneman is 1 jears of age, is
en the prime of life, and the full igor
of his manhood. He is a graduate
of Stanford university and is the son
of a former goemor of the state of
California. He has lhdd in the ter
rjUuy eiiht jears and is a popular
young man. He- was admitted to the
practice of law in lSt5.
Charges against Judge Tucker were
SileJ during the summer while he was
fnjjying his" vacation in his former
fcorus to Nebraska The charges con
sisd of the allegation that he was
2rics ?n a house in Globe that had
toecn riven him. by the citizens of
thai fciwn in consideration of which
1 xs to remove his headquarters
there trom Solomomille, that he had
ticaa j-uiity of such unbecoming con
Ictt to sitting in cases with his feet
jd tin' bench.
The Clifton Herald greatl objects
to baring the people of that town
spent! a few weeks in California every
snmuer It wants them to stay at
Jsomo and spend their money where
they -make it. If a man or woman had
tostaj in Clifton till they spent all the
jnatiey they made there it would mean
a. I.fe Imprisonment. The only object
3a Koing to work at Clifton is to raise
r.oney enough to get away and have
Si good time Liberal
H. S. Van Gorder Advanced.
At the election held last Saturday
Slight in the armory of the Second Cav
alry Troop Sergeant H S Van Gor
ier was unanimously elected to the
office of second lieutenant of the troop
His election meets with the approval
of the entire troop and in his advance
ment ihe troop has bestowed merit
where it is due Sergeant Van Gorder
was one of the first to enlist in the
suzri and throughout its organization
tins been one of its 1 earliest sup
porters and hardest workers He was
ednc27ed as a young man in the Penn
ijrlrania Military Academy at Chester,
3Pa where he was graduated with the
raaJc of captain. His familiarity with
lauiuary tactics and discipline makes
"bvn an excellent officer, and no doubt
B5a advencement will greatly benefit
the Iroop. MorencI Standard.
Captain Hardy Dying.
toT Mohave county, is dying in Whit
aicr, Cal , where he went a week ago
Jor medical attendance. In a letter
4o Charles Metcalfe, secretary of the
Eotal lodge of Elks, he says that he
will never see his friends again, the
mSxAar advising him that his end is but
a few days off. Last night the Elks
Tnartc provision for his. .care and to
IbriBghis body back to Kingman should
le tlie. Judge Blakely will leave to
Crptain W H. Hardy, the pioneer
Slight for Whittier to look alter nils
solid to give him e'very attention dur
ices his illness Mohave Miner, Sep
J Morgan Clements of New York, a
weB-known mining engineer, was here
3or several days this week, examining
BTTpperty on the Globe copper belt
.As tire result of this visit and a prev
Soss one, it is probable that an impor-
flaxt mining deal will be consummated.
tUie prospective purchasers being east
era caen of large means.
NEW GAME LAWS.
There appears to be much
O misunderstanding about the
new game laws, although they
O lave appeared in these columns
it number of times.
For the benefit of hunters the
quail and deer laws are re-
The deer season is open now,
and one may shoot deer until
-December 1st, when the closed
season begins The law limits
each hunter to four deer during
The open season for quail
will begin on October 15th and
close on March 1st.
The maximum penalty for
violating the game laws is a
fr fine of $109.
' JOINT STATE UNLIKELY
SAYS FJ1. MURPHY
President cf Phoenix & Pres
ent Road Soys Jointure
Frank 51 Murphy president of the
Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix road,
has returned to Prescott from an ex
tensive eastern trip, bringing with
him positive assurance that joint staie
hood Is doomed
While east, Mr. Murphy leanred con
siderable that should be cause for re
joicing on the part of Arizona people.
Seen In Prescott and asked about the
status of joint statehood, he replied
"Won't go for a minute, is my hon
est opinion," replied Mr Murphy
"Congressman Tawney, from Minneso
ta, with a delegation of congressmen,
will soon v isit Arizona and if there Is
an doubtful minds in the party upon
their arrival, I hope they will be lis
abused before they return You know
we have a strong friend in Mr Tawn
ey, and I hope the rest of the party
are of an unqualified opinion
"We don't want our friends to visit
us on the question of joint statehood
but to those who are actually Igno
rant of our Incomparable resources.
we say to them, coiue. give us an un
prejudiced hearing, and then vote
against us if jou can. I stopped over
a day and night in Albuquerque, the
hotbed of the "joiners," but would
jou believe it, I saw nothing to cause
"Mr. Bursum, chairman of the Re
publican Territorial Central Commit
tee of New Meico, informs me tha
he has carefullj polled the vote, and
finds that the Joint statehood .proposi
tion will not carry This statement
from pretty good authority is sub
stantiated by the opinion of Gov Ote
ro The fact is, said Mr Burson the
joiners in this territory are principal
ly Democrats, and their motive lb pat
ent to all who care to understand the
"The Democrats of New Mexico can
not be elected lo office, and on joining
Arizona, it is a case of of all to win
and nothing to lose No, I am confi
dent that statehood can not win"
"Do you tihink there is any show
for single statehood' "I would not
advise sucn a nove on the part of our
friends at this term of congress," re
plied Mr Murphy
' I suggested to Mr Smith, our dele
gate in Congress, that I thought it
wou'd be proper for him to go before
both of the statehood committees,
house and senate, and enter his pro
test against any single statehood legis
lation this term. Later, I think, per
haps term after next, we can enter the
fight, and if we maintain the same
soiid front that is being exhibited at
the present our efforts wiil be crown
ed with victorj
SADIE EASLY NOT EASILY FOUND.
Notice has been received b the lo
cal officers to be on the lookout for
Sadie Easly, a woman who stabbed
her companion at one of the construc
tion camps, near Val Verde, in Yava
pai county It is believed that the
La sly woman is traveling in male at
tire in her effort to get out of the
country Her victim is still alive, but
her condition is critical. Immediate
ly after the stabbing affray the offi
cers arrived at the scene of the trou
ble, but the woman had made her es
cape, and has not been seen or heard
of since. A reward for her capture
is offered by the sheriff of Yavapai
Kibbey's Removal It is reported
that a number of Republicans say
they would sign a petition for Kib
bey's removal. Should Kibbey's ac
Hon on this assessment matter be
laid before President Roosevelt im
partially there is very little question
but what Klbbey will be removed.
SOFTNESS OF SEALSKIN.
In Rivaled hy Hainan Hnlr YVTieri
Dandruff 1 Eradicated.
Sealskin is admired the world over fo
ta softness and glossiness; and yet th
human hair is equally as soft and gloss1
when healthy, and tho radical cause of al
hair trouble is dandruff, which Is caused
by a pestiferous parasite that saps th
vitality of the hair at its root. Nowbro'f
Herpicide Is the only preparation that i
fatal to the dandruff germ Without dan
draff there is no fatllnr hair, hut a lux
uriant growth of glossy- soft hair is cer
tain Scouring the scalp won't, cure dan
druff. Kill the dandruff germ Thous
ar.ds of women owe their beautiful suit
of hair to Newbro's Herpicide- Sold t
leading druggists. Send 10c. Jn stamp
'o The Herpicide Co., Detroit. Mich.
For sale by BIsbee Drug Co.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Wilson Percy Grier, de
ceased: Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, administrator of the Estate of
Wilson Percy Grier, deceased, to the
creditors and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers
within four months after tho publica
tion of this notice to the said adminis
trator at the office of Merritt
& Powers, attorneys, at, Bisbee, Arizo
na, the same being the place for the
transaction of business of said estate
in said county of Cochise.
ROBERT S. GRIER,
Administrator of Wilson Percy Grier,
Date of 1st publication, Aug. 23, 1905.
B. P. O, E.
Bisbeo Lodge No, C71 meets first
and third Friday of each month. Visit
ing Brothers cordially invited.
M. J. CUNNINGHAM,
C E RINEHART, Secretary.
Rathbone Lodge No
10 Knights of Py
thias meets every
gr Tuesday evening in
Pj thian Castle. Visit
ing brothers cordial
J, C. KRIGB UM ,K. R. S.
N. G. SWART, C. C.
Land Mark Chapter No. 2
R. A. M. Regular convo
cations Third Tuesdays In
each month. S:15 p. m.
Visiting companions In
good standing gladly re
FRANK GRAF, H. P.
J. L. BROWN, Sec
Eastern Star Lodge
meets second and fourth
Wednesdays In each
EDITH STOW, Secretary.
BIsbee Lodge No. 10, I. O.
O. F., meets every Wednes
day evening. Visiting breth
ren cordially invited to attend.
J T. TOLAND, N. G.
F. C. FENDERSON, Sc.
BISBEE AERIE NO. 175.
Fraternal Order of Eagles meets In
P thian Cast.e Next meeting Oct.
2, at S p in Vlsitinir Eairles rnrrf l.illv
lnvlted to attend. ,
S. A. MERRITT, W. P.
H. S. HILLMAN, W. S.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Richard the First Homestead No.
835 will meet the 3econd ana fourth
Fridajs of each month, at Pythian Cas
tle E. M'EACHERN.
DR. F J HARVEY, Correspondent.
MRS A, M. BARRET. Deputy.
Woodmen ot the World meet lu
Library Hall the 4th Thursday of
each month All Woodmen are In
vited to attend.
R, DAVIS. C. C.
C. N. THOMAS. Clerk.
BISBEE QUEEN HIVE NO. 3. LAD
IES OF THE MACCABEE,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Mondays
of each month, at 2 p m. Visiting
Ladies are cordially invited.
JESSIE CONNORS. Com.
CLARA HILL, R. K.
PROPOSALS FOR EXCAVATING
Sealed proposals are herebv invited
by the City of Bisbee for the excava
tion of one thousand cubic jards or
more of earth and rock from the lot
adjoining the Bisbee Improvement
Companv's building on Naco Road ac
cording to the plans and specifications
filed in the office of the City Clerk by
the City Engineer
Said proposals will be received at
the office of the City Clerk until
Thursday, September 28. 1903, at 8
o'clock p. m. to be then opened and
must be in a sealed envelope marked
"Proposals for excavating city lot."
Ml bids must be accompanied by a
certified check for ten per cent of
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
C. W. HICKS,
A REMEDY WITHOUT A PEER.
"I find Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets more beneficial than
any other remedy I ever used for
stomach trouble," says J. P. Klote, of
Edlna, Mo. For any disorder of the
stomach, biliousness or constipation,
these Tablets are without a peer. For
tale ty all dealers In patent medicines
MINING APPLICATION NO. 1052.
United States Land Office at Tucson,
Arizona, Sert. 18 1905. NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN That C. M. Henke!,
et al. of Bisbee, Arizona have made
application for patent to the Rustler
lode. Survey No. 2058, situated, in
approximately Tp. 23 S. R. 24 E. G.
& S. R. B. & M. Warren Mining Dis
trict, Cochise County, Arizona, de
scribed as follows. Beginning at cor.
No. 1, whence N. E cor N. W. 1-4
Sec. 4 Tp 24 S. R. 24 E brs. S. 12
degs. 42 mins. W. 4435.2 ft,, thence
-V. 8 degs. 12 mins. E. 1133 5 ft. to
cor. No. 2; theDce N. 76 degs. 47 mins.
E. S0.6 ft. to cor. No. 3; thence N.
10 degs. 20 mins. E. 350 fL to cor.
No. 4; thenco S. 89 degs. 57 mins. E.
510.4 ft-, to cor. No. 5; thence S.
S degs. 12 mins. W. 1500 ft. to cor.
No. C; thence N. 89 degs. 57 mins.
W. COO ft. to cor. No. 1, the place of
beginning. The adjoining claims are
Cow Bones, Cat Bird, and Capitol on
the north. "G" on the east, Last
Chance on the south. The location
Is recorded in Book 20 Page 557 Rec
ords of Mines of Cochise CoHnty.
MILTON R. MOORE.
First Publication Sept 20, 1905.
We make a specialty of mutton, and
it Is mutton. No goat meat Tor
rea's Market. ,
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FOR SALE Lot 50x185 and two room
house. Party leaving town Apply at
once. Lowell No. 5S West School
FOR SALE Good little business
Must sell on account of poor health
Address P. O. Box 105G.
FOR SALE Saddle pony and new side
saddle P. O. Box 1401.
FOR RENT Houses for rent. Apply
FOR RENT 17-room house close to
Brewery Gulch. 3-room house clos"
to Opera house. Judge Owen Mur
phy, O. K. StL
FOR RENT A cabin suitable for
batching. Also furnished rooms. In
quire J. A Karlson, tailor, or at
the house, 3S Ciawson Hill.
FOR RENT A three room cottage,
furnished. 22 O. K. Hill. Apply this
WANTED Watch repairing, guaran
teed work. Turner, 28 1-2 Main St.
WANTED A boy or girl who has had
some experience at feeding platen
presses. Apply to this office.
WANTED Trj shoeing vour crippled
horses' feet at Warren's, Brewery
WANTED First-class family launder
ing, 75c per doz.; men's clothes, 10c
piece First new tent, across the
wash north of Brophy's corrall, Low
STOCK COMPANIES INCORPORAT
ED If jou have stocks or bonds
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES TO
El Paso & Southwestern R. R. Co.
will sell daily till Sept. 30th, 1905,
round trip tickets from Bisbee to
Kansas City, $4B.S5; St. Louis, $53.10.
Chicago, 159 05, good for sixty days,
return limit not to exceed Oct. 31st,
Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueb
lo, $47.40 for round trip, on sale
daily till Oct. 15th., 1905. Limited
to October 31st 1905.
W. P. McNAIR,
City Barber Shop
Bath Rooms and Porcelain
Tub. Everything First Class
Beeedino & Maeks, Pbops.
CHEAP CASH STORE
MEDIGOVICH O. NOBILE.
WINES LIQUORS, ETC. FREt-
FRUITS VEGETABLES, ETC.
28 Main Street
frtpr tor race t tht bsr, ta
bvMuv.Morpablielif, byniail in
Fud4 In 1890. bacceMftu
ICTidute irrwhri Appnrvad
by br &d Ur colfofM. Ufvlx
CoHef L&w Coots and ButiiMC
L&w Coon Ubnl Tnn,
School ot Law,
33 XAjwt EUx, DtrU.MU.
Before getting your watches or
Jwelry repaired. We employ only
prictical workmen. We have the lat
est novelties In Jewelry. Watches
and diamonds. An ilegant line of
Mexican and Indian curios. The fa
mous Talk-a-phone and fountain pens
the best made.
NO 11 MAIN STREET.
J THE BREWERY
FrthUn HH Building f
DOBACHIR A Mcmx mors J!
!, Liquors nd Clgitt $
& Blsbea, -
A. WORD- I
for sale offer them through me to
Investors. George M Kellogg,
broker, 343 Ellicott Square, Buffalo.
PERSONAL Uncie Sam' Loan Of
flee. Money losned. Main St.
HOTEL NOBLES Tke Deit
Tombstone lor tie traveling ate
Large and cool rooms. Jjus. Herron,
LOST On E. P. & S. W. train, be
tween Naco and Benson, one Elk's
tooth. Reward will be paid finder
at this office.
LOST Bunch of keys. Please return
to Frank Graf's brokerage office,
Copper Queen Hotel.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aidt
Medicines that aid nature are al
ways most effectual. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
allays the cough, relieves the lungs
aids expectoration, opens the secre
tions, and aids nature in restoring the
system to a healthy condition. Sold by
all dealers in patent medicines.
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BUSINESS and LOCAL
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Ease and comfort, "Bisbee Favor
"Bisbee Favorite," the beM 2 foi
25c cigar on the market.
Smoke the "Bisbee Favorite."
Dr Schell, of Tucson, Arizona's
leading optician, will be in Bisbee on
his regular quarterly visit in about
two weeks Wait for him and have
jour eyes tested free bj an expert.
Leading Home Made Cigar "Bisbee
VELVET ICE CREAM AT THE AL
HAMBRA. Palace Restaurant
Under New Managempnt
COME AND SEE US.
Guaranteed the Best of Satisfaction
JOE PROVENCHER, trop.
AND GPAHArt SCHOOL Of SHORTHAND.
S GAHO Vf LOS JkMCrUCA. CL.
Largest and best husmess school
It always has in attendance young
people from Bisbee. Take ycr busi
ness or shorthand course in it, ano
you will be O. K. Send for new cata
logue. LacKey, Hood & Hollman.
DR. 1-1. A. SCHELL
In Auguht or
16 N. Stone Ay , Tucson, Ariz.
icott's Sanial-pepsiB Gapsulc
A POSITIVE CURi
the Bladder and Difeaned HI
uB. FO CUKE NO FAT. C?n
QtiickLr an 4 permanently tl
worst cases of Gonorrhoea
and Gteet do matte, o. bo
long BtaDdiD Absolatel
harmWs Sold by draggiat
Price II 00, or tj mail, port
paid, 1.0C,3 botes. 2.7.
THE SAKTAL-PEPSIN GO
The Bisbee Drue Compsny.
A SHOP THAT
One of the pioneer meat markets '
Bfebee U Bauer's market on O. K
street, opposite the depot The shoj
makes a specialty of handling onlj
Phoenix bef, and many is the carload
of fat beef cattle which reaches hen
consigned to the Baner market Mr
Bauer Is a rare Judge of cattle on tht
hoof, and every rteer must pass hi
critical Inspection before being killed
and dressed for use In the market. Id
consequence the seats offered are of
the beat quality. Try Bauer's meats
Under New Management.
El Paso, Texas.
AMERICAN &. EUROPEAN PLAN.
American Plan $2andpcurPdav
European Plan JV
Dining Room capacity, 150 guests.
This is one of the best hotels In El
Paso, having been thoroughly renovat
ed and repaired during tho past sum
mer. T. J. McDERMOTT, Prop.
W. E. LIPSCOMB, Mgr.
K . ft)
HEREFORD i. HAZARD
COUNSELLORS AT LAW A
TUCSON, ARIZONA 1
Agents for Land Script
F. E. Hereford S. E. Hazzar
5 F. J. HART M. D. S
Physicians and i
Central House M&m St J
g i'flone 143. m
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DRS. HANKIN & BROWN
s Rooms 2, 3, and 4 over Post- S
$ office. Phone C8
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n DR. F. J. HARVEY,
It Dental Surgeon, 5
. CENTRAL HOUSE, MAIN ST. H
. Phone 149 K
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Embalming a Specialty.
Robert Hennesaiy, Manager.
H. G. Trost. G. A. Trost.
TROST & TROST,
i El Paso Texas.
Correspondence is solicited.
Many handsome buildings in 4
Southern Arizona have been de- t
signed by Trost & Trost-
S JAMES S. FIELDER.
Atfy-at Law. Demlng. N. M. 9
5 Practice In tie the Conrti of m
Eastern Arizona Western Tx- A
as and New Mexico. IV
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. Tucson, Arizona. t
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, ness solicited. Practice in all ?
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f. Owen T. Rouse, C. O. Rouse. It
! Ex-Judt;e Supreme Court.
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DR. D. CASSADY,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special work in Eye, Ear, Nose and
Eyes tested free and glasses furn
ished at lowest prices.
Room 14, oer P. O. 'Phone 308
Residence Royal Hotel.
We mean business and will stop at
nothirg that will Improve our facili
ties for giving our customers good
tliahle plumbing work.
Our prices are living prices and our
worV Is of the besL Send for one of
our up-to-date catalogues on Plumbing
and Cornice work, our many up-to-date
cornices will bear us out In this
Dealers In Hardware, Paints, OH,
Wallpaper, and Glass.
Bisbee Plumbing Co.,
61 NACO ROAD
Not shipped In from a Cold Storage
Plant but from our own cold storage
here in Bisbee.
This means more than you will rec
ognize at first glance. Cold storage
beef shipped in is not In as good con
dition to be marketed to the Bisbee
consumers as our beef. We buy our
own cattle, kill them ourselves and
then put them in our cold storage,
from which the meat Is sold to you
direct from the cold storage on
short notice. Therefore' our meat
comes to you fresher with less chance
from taint during this hot weather.
E. A. Tovrea's