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" if jj ? vcisa) v' , 7r j'jv-'-'-pii .,s , 3 &$? T r t .. Vr X77iT TlATt? TTT BISBEE, ARIZONA. SUNDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 25, NUMBER 114 VfViAwUlVJLJ XXX " !.. - ' lihij r ,v " r m. . uh . . im ma-M. i m .v pia .ar jb a . jvxvb. vjj - r' - t ? i jt- r . iw t - f . ' tsmv' .. -yww' ' -.,. -.-,,, . - . . . ., -. - a-- ifcuLArFwaa i ar. - .v. -n "". u - -' t j nant - -it t - i-fcpi' -- - car.. ihk r j. "- ,.f. . rf J h W" . " jiE7 , j t '. 5-B v t ... JWtWHWk T B - ""TV M ZrVT r 3L uttf "- ( i ."" 5-' H 1" A J f f "AVttr- ' - v!&. '.. ari, ; k , wesr r -7-w' I H h. 11 H.rK i ,Y KK '- ;, w'f ;' JL. JLJLOL--J JIL.J8L J&4J&J& l 11 m. n 4 J .' v--v; , V .S-X t .r"1 "I k. M. 'J I"1 v . a " '1 ,- 'tt il?l if o r. a H - :.i f m . ?R . h. .V . . f -I S tf J Ui 'Sr i ! - I it V I , 'J" r A PROMISING PROSPECT. A Strike of Sulphide Ore in the Co chise Copper Company's Property. Yestonlay atternoon nn Qkii reporter . Jiml tlio pleasure of visiting ttio Cociiise Coppor company'a claims in Dubachcr canyon, whero they now lmvo at vork three eight hour shifts sinking the main shaft. The shaft at present is about seventy feet deep and a small streak of richBuljhido ore has been encountered in thu oeutor ot the shaft. Several small bodies of oxide of copper and iron mo lmvo also been found during thu past foxv ilayn, and from the present in- d.ications'H large body of coppcToiu is sure" to be encountered. 'Tle elaira on whicli the company aro at work joins the Rucker claim, belong ing tto the Copper Queen company and from which they have taken out some of their richest ore. The shaft on the claim is about one hundred and fifty feet from the side lino of tho Rucker, and tlio shots of the minors at work in tho latter can bo plainly heard in tho Cochise company's shaft. A new whim lias lately been erected on the pioperty and everything put in first class shape for pushing development work. Tho Cochise company is composed en tirely of our own citizens, business men of our town and who know what they are doing by investing their money in this enterprise. L. C. Shattuck, the well known brewery man, is president ol the company, S. K. Williams, secre tary and Jos. Muhoim, treasurer. The company at present owns thirteen min ing claims of twenty acres each, all of which Ho directly north 9f the Cop per Queen company's properties, while three of the claims adjoin tho Rucker Union and Copper Jack, belonging to tho latter company. Stock in the above company is now An the market and Can bo purchased at ten cents A share at prosent, but the ap pearance of ore in the Bhaf t is more than likely to Bend the prico upward. Ap plications for stock should be mado to the secretary or president. The company being entirely in the control 61 our own business jnen and citizens speaks volumes in" its behalf. Miners and residents of Bisbee, who are familiar with the mineral formation of tho mines of the Queen company, some of them having worked in those mines upwards of ten years, and somo longer, and being fully satisGed that ore abounds in the Cochise company's prop erties have already bought a consider- - ablo amount of stock. From tho fact of these purchases by the miners, one Is warranted in believing that it is the besindications of a largo and valuable , mining property and consider this fact the, beat recommendation to purchasers of stock and a guarantee of the future prospects of theirentorpriio. 1 H. Chambers, of Warm Spring ranch, is in Tucson and reports to the Citizen the range for stock in his section in lino condition, and ripe oranges in his garden. At tho Coatep House in Kansas City last Monday Lieut. Hobson, U. S. N. held a reception and beat tho oscilla tory record. Ouf of about four hundred women attending the icoeption he is io ported to have kissed 207 by request. Sennr Paterno. president of the Phtli pino assembly, is said to have cabled a long message to Madrid a few days ago to the effect that if Spain would guaran tee autonomy and other reform meas ures, the whole country would suppoit Spanish lulo in preference to any other form of foreign intervention. Aguiiuildo'H ofliclnl organ, tho "Ite puhllca Filipino," nniinounccs that its Paris correspondent! presumably Ago nicillo, cays the Philippine group has been ceded to tho United States, whicli "will giant independence to the Filipi Jios aftora time, which Is to bo fixed lv the protocol, and will not bo lets than cix years, if tho Philipinoi show they havo a ealiffactojry faculty for govorniuir themt-elvoe. The Tucson Sam tiling works have been kopt very busv during tho last week or two on tho assaying of ore?. Olive vamp sent in suvou and a half tons of rery fair oio last week. Chap. Wore?, poprietorof tho wotks, saya the min ing outlook is excellent, and that he ex pcclH Biveral largo lots this week from adjacent cam pj. Citizen. Tho Portland Gold Mining company, in tho Cripple Creek district, Colorado. U making arrangements to nw btcel posts in its hugo three.compaitniont shaft. This shaft is now about 1000 feel deep, and tho cost for repairs and now timber is considerable. At tho present cost of steel, and in view of its probahlo much longer life, it is believed that steel will bo. much cheaper than now timbering. Tho posts will bo made of eteel angles rivited together and will aipport the lagging of -1-inch planks. SOUTH DAKOTA TAKES PATTERN. One of tho suipiiscs of tho ieccnt election is that South Dakota has taken pattern after South Caiolina. A full canvass of tho state returns shows that tho dispensary system has been adoped by a majority of 1,013. Tl-.e system in its form and operation is tlio same as that which has been for a num ber of years in South Caiolina. Liquor will ho puichased by the state, inspect eh pi iced and placed on sale in regularly established disponent ies, conducted by state dispensary ofllcers. Its ndoption will, perhap-, piovo more istoresting in South Dakota than it lias in South Caiolina. In tho latter state thedispensaiy system has been wurpped up with the personal political fortunes of Senator Tillman, and has suffored the consequenses, because itd.tenforccmcnt was always Heated with partisanship. The South Dakota s heme, however, is freof om party alliance, and has been adopted as a matter of moral as well as political economy, and will thus call to its support all those who think that tho state can bo effective in bieaking up the liquor traflic. Tho expeiunont, there foie, will bo watched with a great deal of interest. Sknatoji Peukins, of California, who probably has moio personal knowledge of tho Philippines than any other man' in congress, says that while ho knows all about the Philippines ho knovs little or nothing that is good. Ho was asked if the trade of the islands was not valu able ami he replied : "In 1890 tho ex ports of the island amounted to only a little over $20,000,000. Tho revenues to Spain that year only aggregated to $13, 500,000, oven under Spanish taxation, and it cost $13,200,000 to collect this revenue, leaving a net balance of $300, 000. When you remember that it cost us $8,000,000 last year to provide ior ISS.OOO Indians in this country" you can estimate how much it will cost us to maintain tho Philippines with no bal ance from the islands in our favor." Trie finalo of the race war at Taos, N. fll., an account of which was published iiv the Ohu ol last Friday, is shown in a dispatch dated from Tres Piedras on the 16th, as follows: "Albert Giffoid was safely escortnd from Taos to tnis place today by Marshal Sheiidan and posse. Tho anticipated outbieak did not oc cur, but many threats are being made against the Americans by the tough element that started the riot. The bet ter class of Mexicans deprecate the at tempt to engender race hatred. It is reported that an attempt was mado to incite the Pueblo Indians to iniurrec tiui, but they-iefuscd toco-operate with the Mexicans. Thu wounded sheriff, Luciano Trujillio, is still alive, but he is not expected to live till morning." Seviuial Boston neapapers are devot ing much space to the settlement of the race question in tho south. As the articles so far published arc fiom the pens of men who know as much about the neeioas a giound-hog does about Sun day school, tho day of settlement is yet several moons ahead of Father Time If there was not o much "expert opin ion" and interference fiom the DiUsido the Eouthener and the southern negro could bottle their own troubles. It is a hard problem, and all this agitation on the part of those who kuow nothing of tho dildculties to beovercomo only com plicate matters. Senatok Gokma.v is an avowed candi date for tho democratic piesidoniial nomination. Twr. (ionium can leniain at home, :ih the demounts have a man who is "found" on tho money question, ami they have not et melted the pena tor fiom Mai land. No man not thor oughly in hue with the Chicago plat foim can hope foi lecognition at the next, national convention of tho demo cratic p.uty. This may not 3ound tight to thobii who helievo tho inon y ques tion a dea I issue, but is founded on a careful study of tlio situation, and the future will justify the statement. Hviasv one will icgrot though no one will bo surpiised to le.un that thoaliain of wink and responsibility has so told on Admiral Dewey's health tint it will probably be advisable foi him to come homo for a test. Hois understood to dread hid return chaily on account of tho leeepiien wh ch awaits him. Now, why can't we be decent for once and re cognize tho light of a public man to some conliol of his own time and niove inentH. Gcorgo Dow ey is a quiet man. lie does his work quietly and takes his leasuto in tho samo way. Whv not have a single seception in Washington which will cmphn&izo to him and tho world that he is tho most honored man in America, and then let him alouo? There is teo much of this running af'er public men and ti eating them as if they w cio public ptopeityin their social ai well as their official capacities. We lmvo killed plenty,of good men by it. Georgo Dewoy is too good a man to kill. Tempo News. A Bti ike of gold in the Rttickler tun nel being driven thtough Pike's Peak to incieaeo the water supply of Colorado Springs, has caused the moat intense excitement. A splendid vein beaiing large quantities of sylvanite has been encountered by tho contiaitor, George W. Jaclcson, and samples from the find assay up into the thousands. Today pieces of the ore ero toasted and -globules of gold wore apparent in the rock. The find is of tho most importance to that city, as tlio tidies will i evert to the city of Colorado Springs. Exports who have examined the property say mil lions of dollars woith of gold are con tained in the vein encounteied. Tim Graham Guardian claims that wo havo a mii.ikcn idea of its attitude toward tho stockmen. It is tine, wo have thought from past utterances of that publication that it was not very friendly to tho interests of langemen, and we still think it decidedly unfair to hold honest stockmen accountable for tho acts of the few who ate in collusion with c.ittle thieve?. It is unfoitunately true that somo cattlemen have encour aged stealing and used their influence to prevent tho thieves from being pun ished. This complicates the sitirition, tendering it far moio diificult to secure convictions, but it does not lessen the right of stockmen who are honest from demanding protection. It is no more just to say that, because some stockmen favor the thieves, no special effort should be made to protect the others, tli in it would be to refitsio redi033 to a fanner when a neighbor farmer steals some of his produce. If all stocicmcn weio honest and had no sympathy with the range thieves, the problem would be very simple We might also go a step farther and say that if there weie no cow thieves, the stockmen would not need the piotection-nsked, but we must take the situation as it is, not-is it might be. It is on account of the special difficulties which lio in the way of pun ishing stock thieves and tho disposition ot theso thicvas to aflili.'.te and co oper ate" with outlaws, seeking thereby to awe their victims intosilent submie sion, that we ask for the inauguration of a ranger service Range News. Judge Doan arrived from Globe Wed nesday evening and was yesterday hear ing tho election contest case of John McGowan vs. Wiley E.Jones, involving the eligibility of Mr. Jones who ic ceived a majority of the votes ca3t at the November election for district attorney. The original petition filed by McGowan prayed the, court o lequfre the hoard of supervisors to issue to him a certificate of election. Judge William Ileiring, of Tucson, who appeared as counsel for McGowan, stated to the court in the opening of the case that ihe plaintiff would abandon all claims to the ollice himself, and the hoaung proceeded on the simple question of the legality of Jones, who, it was charged, st tho time of tho election, wa3 a lieutenant in the array. Solotnonville Bulletin. iThe Old Made Young, Hie Weakihade Strong Tzax MbaaKfiCMrcutaa The Sick Made Well BY THE USE OP iM,Mw,iTi iffirri A WONDERFUL RCMC LIFE ITSELF. IPERPETUAL HEALTH BTHEIR DAILY USE I O ONE NEED BE SICK. iVliy v.-Jll utal jih XCNS5 to am 'liimtt-T ol sj. housc: kcmoi IViiul'ttiliv New i.tta t'w- L'V nuel l.iieijj to A! jsnui- m ma V lie n M ei:itviii;f ofOM Ase stiiicttj s ..wm mrcT-4--r ivrrr' rrrwUd J. "" .r.fri 50 Tablets SO Cents At iliucff'iN, oi B'jit ly mull on iveolpt v! irho by ROYAL TABLET CO jertl SLiifiucttcAve, DETROIT, - MICH Just Hcoivod, a nice cets In riccomi.'J cl.h.a Graham's. line in diuue watf, nt H. V-i ROYAL 1 f T -LI i I I 1 1 i utuvij FeTer Ticks. The following is taken from a scries of articles That Dr. C. K. Salmon, chief ol the Bureau of Animal Industry is writ ,ng for tl i' Brcedeis' Ga-utte of Chica . id is paiticu'arly interesting to ou ' .. itlp nion at pi cent: "The large ticks which aio'seen a' inched to the skin of cattle aie females. '1 .ie males always remain email, abou. the size of a pin's head. Tho fcn.iles become attached when small, -inatuie 'iipidiy during warm weather, aio fer tilized by the male, finally utop to Un earth, lay their eges and die. Tho males aie fcaid to drop from the cattle about the same time as tho females, and to dio within a day or tv.o; though on ac count of their small size they aro more difficult to follow and there is less cor tainty in iennrd to them. Tho females produce about two thous and eggs which aro laid in the course of a week after they drop from the cattle. The eggs hatch in about three weeks in midsummer; in cooler weather four or five weeks are required: while if laid early in the spring they will not hatch until warm weather even if several months intervene. Tho vouutr ticks. although active, do not travel far, but cuini) up tne lust glass or Herbage tney encounter and cling to any animal which brushes against them, When they get upon cattle they soon attach themselves to the skin, making a punc ture and sucking blood for their susten ance. In from ten to fifteen days it summer after the cattle become in fested with these young ticks the symp toms of fe-er are observed. In cool weather the disease develops more slowly. . Summing up the life history of tho tick, it may be said that the adult fe males aro mature and diop to the earth in throe week or longer (according to the weather) after thov get upon tho cattle. The females are about a week in laying their eggs ind then die. -The young ticks hatch in three or four weeks in cummer, and may live a long time, piobably until cold weather, without food and without developing, if they fail to como in contact witti cattle or other animals favorable to their existence. These facts notonly explained many of the mysterious features of Texas fever but they indicated that by de stroying the ticks upon tho Southern cattle the danger of spreading the dis ease might bo removed. The following smallpox remedy was given to tho public by a correspondent of the Stockton, CaliforniaHerald, who says: I heir-with append a recipe which JjasfJen used, to my knowledge in hun dreds of cases. It will prevent or cure smallpox though the pits are filling. It will also euro scarlet fever. Hero is the lecipe as I have used it to cure small pox: Sulphate of zinc, one grain; fox glovu (digitalis) one gram; half a tea spoonful of hiigar. Mix witli two table spoonfuls of water. When thoroughly mixed add four ounces of water. Take a spoonful every hour. Either disease will disappear in twelve hours. ,;,or a child smaller doses accoiding to tho age. If countriei would compel phy sicians to use this there would bo no need of pest houses. If you value ad vice and experience, use this for that teuible disease. - ' - . v "Killed by picking out a shot," or "killed by thawing powder on a stove," continue to be head lines in news items in mountain papers. Did it ever m cur to people that under a competent mine manager such accidents would be impossible? That is a fact Their oc cuiience pioves tho manager to be either ignorant or cifminally careless, and under common law doctrines mino owners where such accidents occur can be held letpoiiBible for damages. Min ing Ueporter. In view of the fact that ftaud has been discovered in connection with the cancellation ot documentary and udhe bivo internal stamps by which the old 8t'imp wore roust-d, tho Internal Hove Uurcau today issued a icguli Hon which leqtiirca all such btainps to bo canceled withXlho initials of tho UEer, together with tne month, day and year, iviitten or damped iheieon. Hitht-rto the month and day of cancellation has not honn required. I. K. folouion sold last week a valu able i .inch of 100 .Ic-es, above San JobO, to Mui-his. Madsen and Jacobson, son in-laws to J. T. Owens, of Safford. This i audi id Known as the Foster ranch. On Minday Mr. bolouion sold another 80 acioiuinh, to A. II. Honnet, the ox supervisor, of Laytou. Somo of the choicest land in the valley above Solo nitiiville, and every aero in cultivation with a watoi-rigiit is worth $50 ot any man's inuney. 1$. 1 Graham's new etock is now coming in all the time, will havS incom plete iino of furnishing goods in this month. -- 4 HOLIDAY rnrrima " r JiT In Our Furniture Room we are Disa playing the Largest Assortment of Toys ever brought toaBisbee. We are also showing in Line of Albums, Toilet Cases, Dressing' cases, card, , baskets, Pohtograph Boxes, Collar and Cuff boxes, Music Rolls, Banquet Lamps, Clocks: Fine China;Novelties and Handsomely Framed Pictures. r-r:giP'WKTEgfii s Dry In this department can be found a nice assortment of Comprising Ladies' and Gentlemen's SOLID GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, . SOLID GOLD RINGS in a variety of settin LOCKETS, CHARMS, CUFF BUTTONS, THIflBLES, AND BABY PIN SETS. We also have &WkM gATfiM mm i Mm Such as Brushes and Combs, Manicure Knives and Scissors, Gold Plated Photo Frames, Vases, Ink bottles, flirrors, Ornamental Clocks, Calendars, Candlesticks and Jewel boxes. Ladies' purses and shopping bags, jewelled and plated buckles, garters" and waist sets. Christmas Cards. . . . Raphael Tuck's Fine Assortment of Christmas Carols; Calendars, Linen Books and Toy Books. flE COPPER QUEEN Consolidated WARREN LAUNDRY CO, PLANT Situated in iPifv ) Wallace ( )ffice " frootfrvw cmmw-frofrMoofrooooao this Department a complete Manicure Sets, Work Boxes, Department. a Fine Line of OiSiinmunHA is rsmaro. Mining Co, UPPER -MULE U Building, EastEntrance. - X r ir --j l Stat V.J tTM"Mm&dM aK- aLasa SSJfegS f-J4y-rin2!TS35t?Jwrr? iTSaiWrVt-aaaJSS! 9-:?55?pi'