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VOLUME IV
JMAKING A
PRESIDENT
Second Day of the Illi
nois Convention.
president Mckinley eulogized
Tlbe'PqMllsts Indulge In Recriml-
. niton--Republicans 'Ac
cused of Using Money.
' Peoria, 111., May 8. Tho second
i
ltaKw day of the State Republican convention
SV was marked .bv intenso excitement. An
lmmcnso and brilliant crowd was pres
' .ent. Among tho fashionably dressed
women on the platform was Mrs. John
R Tanner.
Joseph W.'Fifer was choson perma
' ment chairman. 'He was ' given an ova-
tion. 'Ho eulogized McKinley, and ref-
erences to the president wore rocelved
with tremendous cheering. Senator
McCullom appoars-to have firm control
1 of the convention.
THE fOREST RESERVES,
The Problem of Allowing Grazing to
be Investigated.
Washington, May 9. Gilford Pin-
chot, forester of tho department of ag
rculture, and F. V. Coville, botanist of
the same department, wilLleavo Wash
ington for the west about May 15, to
mako personal investigation of tho
problem of grazing on tho forest re-
-florves. Tho restriction of sheep gaaz
1 Ing in these areas has raised a storm of
-protests from wool growers, and public
feeling in the west has bocomo divided
and intense. A plan for an exhaustive
Investigation1 by ' tho government was
published a few weeks ago, but tho
tour of these officials- will bo the. first
actual work in tho field. They will be
met at Holbrook, Arizona, by a com
mlttee consisting of A. E. Pottor, of
that city, who is seoretary of thoj1 Ari
zona Wool Growers association, and J.
A. Bark, a substantial resident of
Phoenix, who represents the cattlb and
Irrigation interests. Thoy will spend
"three'weeks in tho Black Mesa Reserve
and then visit others in Arizona'. The
' examination will bo extendod to other
western reserves later in thn summer.
COEUR D'AIENE TROUBLE.
President Is Snstatoed--A Minority
Report.
Washington, May 9. Tho investi
gation of tho Goeur d'Alono affair
ceased today. Tho committee roport
that -tho military did not oxcoed its
.authority. Merriam was ordered to
Idaho by McKinley, and simply obeyed
the president's Instructions. '
Tho Democrats will make a minority
"report and will hold McKinley porson
.ally responsible for tho Idaho, reign
of terror,, maintaining that the troops
' were 'kept there without color of, law,
iand by so doing disregarded tho Consti-
ition.
NEARLY OUT Of WIND.
Jeffries-Cerbett Mill Is Likely to
Fall Through.
New YoitK, May 9. Tho coming
Jofferles-Corbott mill may yet fall
through. Jefferies insists that Charlie
"White shall reforco, whilo Corbett says
Sam Austin shall act in that capacity.
JefTurios says Whito or no fight. Cor-,
bett says Austin or no fight. Sporting
xnen think some ono is trying to crawl
out. .Little interest Is being shown in
tho coming mill so far.
The Populistic Row.
Sioux Palls, May ft Tho Populist
National convention delegates spont
'tills morning denouncing tho. claims of
tho Cincinnati convention to represent
tho party. Edgerton of Colorado dc-
clarcd that money was botyg freely
used by tho Republicans to bolster up
the mlddlo of tho road cause.. Senator
Butler concurred In EdgertcmN cstnto-
Tinents.
Sioux Falls, May 9. The anti
Bryan move, which delegate 7-cmcn-mof
of (Wisconsin, tried to start, has
tiled "a-born-ln." Tho Senatorial
quartette which is' running the vonven-
toln Butler, Allen, Heltwohl and Pot
Ulgrow aro believed to prefer noonfev -
konco plan. ,
WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPS.
Unless Trouble Occurs at Elections
Withdrawal will Begin in June,
Washington, May 9. Secretary
Root has decided that the reduction of
tho military force in Cuba shall begin
before tho end of July, unless trouble
should occur at tho munioipal elections
whish would make lb advlsablo to con
tinue tho present forego. Thero are
between eight and nine thousand sol
diers In the island now, and recently
tho secretary directod that 400 more be
sent there before tho middlo of June.
This means the Inbreaso of Gen. Wood's
force In case of trouble at tho coining
municipal elections, and should tho sit
moro troops will bo sent from garri
sons in this country and tho withdrawal
will bo delayed several months. Tho
oninion of Secretary Root and other
war department officials that a peace
ful condn wild itil follow tho munlclpa
elections. This opinion is based upon
roports received from Gen. Wood and
other army officors in tho Island, al
though roports from Santiago indicate
that slight trouble may bo expected
there. The plans mado for the return
of the troops provide for their transpor
tation on regular army transports to
southern ports, and a camp will bo
opened in tho south, whero they will be
kept for several weeks before they are
distributed to the regular army posts.
A SENSATIONAL SPEECH.
Irish Are an Erased and Powerless
Factor.
London, May !). Bulletin At tho
annual meeting of tho Primrose League
this evening, Lord Salisbury made a
sensational spoech against Ireland,
which is destinod to stir up a tempest
on tho north side of tho channel. Re
ferring to Ireland and tho death of
homo rule and other political issues,
tho primo minister said:
"There is no hope that wo shall give
Ireland practical Independence, for wo
have learned from South Africa how rv
disloyal government ean accumulate
armaments and thus secure terrible ad
vantage. The British government now
knows better than to givo this power
to a disloyal government in Ireland.
For the moment the Irish are an erased
and poworless factor in English poli
tics, but do not let Englishmen imagine
It is to be permanent."
THE STREET CAR STRIKE
An Amicable Adjustment Dacs Not
Seem Possible
St. Louis, May, 9. Up to 10 o'clock
this morning thero had been no chango
in tho street car strike. Accordig to
an agreement between the city author
lies and the railway company no at
tempt was mado today to run the cars.
The night force of police was immedi
ately sent homo after twenty-four hours
of continuous service A suburban car
was wrecked early this morning by ox
plosives. Cleveland advices say that
hundreds of motormen, conductors and
enginoers engaged there, will bo
dumped into St. Louis tomorrow.
Increased the Fare.
Tacoma, May 9. Regular single
first-class faro to Cape Nome has boon
increased to $150. The Victoria is the
only vessel having any accommodations
loft.
Naco Items.
Day before yesterday, Bert Sullivan,
an American, was arrested in Naco and
placed in jail, on the Sonora side. Five
minutes lator a Moxican was intro
duced to the interior of a jail on the
United States side. An exchange of
prisoners probably will occur.
Mr. Wolff, tho affable Naco saloon
man, was in Bisbeo yesterday.
Mrs J. M. Miller, wife of Linerider
Miller, has been critically ill for tho
past soveral days at Naco. Dr. Ed
mundson of Bisbeo has been attending
tho lady, and sho is reported as conva
lescing today.
T)r. Glark, physician for the Toctozu
mil Copper Co., at Nacosarl, accompa
nied by his family, arrived in Bisbeo
yesterday, and will remain a fow days.
Tho Tucson library building commis
sion is advertising oxtensivoly for com
petitive plans for tho new Carnegie
library building which will bo erected
In that city on Military plaza. Tho
commission has ollorod five per cent of
tho cost of tho building to tho success
ful architect. Tho building will cost
$2",000, which has been contributed by
Andrew Carnegie, on condition that
tho city furnish $2,000 a year for main
taining tho library and adding now
hooks. The building will bo a model
in architectural design, as somo of tho
5 "P-"1 '"ohitccts on tho coast have, been,
1 Interested in tho competition.
"BISBEE. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY EVENING? MAY 9,
PANIC-SHIICKEN
Censored Press Report
favor tlie British.
A SPAN! RD WITH Till DUTCH
Finding Poisonc J Bullets the En
raged Britishers Bayonet
Boer Prisoners.
Capetown. May 9. It is reported
that the Boers of tho Ladybrand dis
trict aro panic stricken, believing their
retreat to tho north to havo been cut
off. It is hoped here that French, who
is believed to be near Ladybrand, will
succeed in intercepting some of tho
Boors' convoys.
Killed a Spaniard.
Ladysmith, May 9. In a recent
skirmish near Elandslagate, a Spaniard,
who was fighting with' tho Boers, was
kilied.
Taking Up New Positions.
Smaldbel, May 8. (Dolayed) Tho
Boers aro reported to be taking up a
position at Boschrand, on tho lower
Zand river west of Kroonstadt. It is
"reported that the Boors on the north of
Roberts' front aro roaring. A largo
numbor of Burghers are already sur
rendering. Bayoneted Twenty-Five. '
Victoria, B. C, 'May 9. A British
soldier who was in the engagement of
Spionkop, in writing relatives, hero,"
says his party took fifty Boer prisoners.
fact that half of thorn hr.d noisonpil bul-
lets. This so enraged the British that
they bayoneted twenty-five of the Boers
on tho spot.
A Total Wreck.
Melbourne, May 9. Tho iron sail
ing vessel,, Sierra Nevada, from Liver-
i r
pool, has been totally wrecked on the
hetids. Tho enntain nnd twentv-two of
the crew were lost.
Jack Osier, a miner in the employ of
of the Copper Queen company, happen-4
ed to 'a serious accident while at work
in tho mine last evening. It is report
ed that about 200 tons of dirt came
down, completely, covering the" unfortu
uate man for somo time, breaking his
right arm in two places and otherwise
doing him bodily injury. Tho injuries,
however, aro not considered fatal,
SUMMONS.
In the Justice Court, No. ' pr clnot, county
of Uoch .o. Territory 6 Ar zona.
Otto V . Ge MinlioRT. plnfutltf, vs. VIIItum
Pump, defeuduut, iiminoiH
Action brought In tin Justice Court of No.
i preclnOt, In uud tor the county ot Cochlso,
ii the 1'cr itor of Aiizouti,
In the iiuuui of tlw I'errltory of Arlzoun.
t William Pump, defendant, irroatiin;:
Von ure hereby sumuioimd ami rociulrod
to npnenr in 'ictlon lj on'lit aalaat on by
iho uliuvo named plaintllf in the Tutuo
Court t No, pi eelnut. in unJ for tho count,
ot C ,1'Ihno, iu the Territory of Ar zona. uuc.
aiisMi'i' to tho coinpluint tiled iu uid Justljc
Comt at Buhee, m uia county, within live
dujh, oxcuislvo ot the duv ot sorvice, ufier
ih" borvlco upon you of this summons. If
eivod within th.s preciuu : but it sorved
u, I thou thin precinct, nut within tho county,
teiidnya; if served on ot tlie couury, tlttoun
dujs; iu ud oilier cues twenty u.vs.
I lus Kctiou u bi-.jiisht uicuiiwr joutoro
coer he .um of &oent-o o IS 1.0U) Dollars
to boirdnold uud dolivurcd to on oy the
hove nuiiicd tilalntlll at jour M'eeiul m
uluiice und iciptes.1 in lalx o.Coolilso county.
Arizouu Id i itoty, diirim; tho jcari. liUS and
lbViU between the months in fibruaiy. lbHd,
mid otineot tho ji'in' t V.; or judgment Ui
uetuult will Ik taken uguinst jou.
til von undor in) luui at lilaoco thls'22d
iluy ot Juuuuiy, A. o. r.KM).
K. WILLIAMS,
Justlco of the Peace ot Kiiid Pteoinct.
NOTICE.
To Whom t riay Concern.
All pt'toiin urn hoieby cautioned not to
purchase. Pond or lunsa tlie c ituin iniuini:
eluim at present known us "Lust Ko e ot
Sum ner,":iiid known no the "Ulln" b prior
location, situate in Wurrtm Mlninir Uiktrict,
Cuchuti) count), I'errltory if Arizona. -niil
el dm luw ipcoiitly been bonded by piutlus
not the rifhttii! ouiuaato one 1. V Wallace
Thomas Dwykii.
J. H .Mathias,
Oilchiiil Locut rs
Klrst pulilhuitlon Muroh v8, l'.XX).
Volcanic Eruptions.
Are grand, but ekm eruption rob lif
of joy. HucUlun'a Arnica Salv. "iiree
ilietn ; aleo old, runnlm; and fever ho i
ulcers, boils, lelons, corns, warts, cuti
D'ulH'H, Imfna, scalds, chupped hands,
inlblain. Uuat pilo emu on earth
Duv e out pains and iidio.i Only 2
An a box. Oure guaraniujd. Kokl b
Ooppar Qimun ttoro uuu .Utabeo Dm
Koto.
5111 II
, T. METZ, Prop'r.
C(?ln( Akd, Works Tom ,
fi
0 'Soda wat&r.
.JO hi
Saraparilla,
Ginger-ale,
Etc., Ktc
Crder5 from aboad will re
ceive prompt attsntioi.
; fcA- - "Mj- .
TOBOi tiers 'for then -v -t DIstqe will h
lelivorod frpe .without dttv Kamllv orH
oiloUef
V. G. MEDIGOVICH
Wholesale and lie tail Dealer Id
GROCERIES.
GAME RECEIVED
Poultry.
ONCK
jqiiors. iiintft mm jiio
Attention, Smokers!
when you Wdut a geuuino
JXexieuu Cijgar
and a good smoko, cull tor the
itJoin iNojlos i'or ttaio' everywhere'
HOWARD k SMITH
Nurserymen and florists
A.l kinds of Harden Plants, Shadt
ami b'ruit Trees. Umoieilaa lour ftot
lnli 50 cunts each.
A tine line of Gut Flowers. Liberal
difkoimt ou o dura of $10 or over.
P. O. BOX NO 484
Angeles, California.
i-OS
NOTICt Of fOfiffiYlM.
Ijimiki., At Izomi, F uruury ID, 1900.
To A i. Duiuni, liis lieus or u-Mtfiia. lou
uie lieitby uotiutu tluuwo buve uxpeudud
iluru.ti tliu jcura ia7, 1 Ud uud loud liroo
U1111UH.U Uolmrs, IfcaOU.Uu) in luuor uud mi
ll ovumtmis uijoit the "Jessio' mine, situate
m Vtuirtm turning uistnct, count; or (Jo
cJiimj, leu Uoj ot iii uuim, Joouuuu notice
uJUntj i.uuoiuer muoon ot Aiine, jthmur
"' "' V-ocuiw couuiy, Anouu. in or-
tier to liolu buiu uinuui. under llio inoviloiis
o SccViou t-iit or tlie Ku.lt.eu tututeii 01 tlie
Unit u estates uud tlie uuicndmeuta thereto
loiii-eiiiuit, uiinuiiiiuU'.r upon uiiiiiiiKciuiiim,
uini or the period uuniir teueiubor ai
it Lieuiis tlie uiiiouiit ifciiuiieu to noiu bttlil
And if within ninety (DO) days after tho
pUmUutiuii iieieot you lull oi iciuso toco.t
iriLitue your pioporilon ul sum expeudi
tuteoas .o-owuer, )our interest in ilie sunt
uuuiuii ulu.iii win become me property ot
Clio kiibici'ibeis, your eo-ownoia. WHO liuve
muue the i cupiu eu expenditures by tuO terms
ot sunt oecilou i.
P. H. iiAKHIiNGlON,
l.liVlPli.Vitlf.
iibt publication Febi uary U, loot).
IClf.
ALIAS SUiVliWONo.
ill the XJleU'iCl -Oull, i'llot dllu.CUli DIs-
triui, oi inu ieriitory ot iliouu, iu uud
tut tno county ol ouciiise,
lvubecoa i mCutio, inuiiitiif, vs. tleury P.
minima, ueioiiunuc.
.oiioii utonKiit in tiio District Court ot
the r ut uiid.eiui jDistrict 01 me territory
oi At uoiiu, in uud lor tiio comity ot Coaiiue,
unit llio oulpmlill. uiuu ill the oUUl uoillll) OI
(ucuire, in (no oince ot tlie vJieru ot &uiu
Ulsll ICl lyOIll t.
liu leiniory ot Arizouu sends Kreotlntf to
lieiuy f. niit'lies
Sou ute iierwby requited tD appear iu an
uunou iirou.nc uauuist you uy tno uoova
iiuuieii pluiu iu" iu the uist.ici ijomtof cue
iu t liuuieiui Oisiiiwt ut tlie lemlory b,
Vriiunu, ui anil lor iho count) ot Oocuise,
and to answer tue co.npiuiiu died therein,
wituiii ten ilujs vexelusivo ot the day ot ser
vice) ulierilie service on uu oi mis siuii
nioiis, lit seivea williiu this couuiy; or it
set ved out oi this county out in cms district,
wahiii twenty days; uthdi wise wuhiit thirty
ia)sj, or Judgment by uetuuit will be tuKeu
uuuliist )ou uteOKlliit; to tno pruyoroi uid
voiupiuint.
ilie sani action is brought to obtain a de
eice ot divorce Horn ilia oonds oi inutri
inoiiy, tn eiistoJy of tlie turee iiiluur 0U1I
iliou ana tor costs ot tins .iction,
iiivbu under my Hand and the soul ot the
Isii tut Court oi tlioriist Jiiulcl.i uiatrKt
oi the leriitory 01 Aitzouu, ui u.id tor the
..'utility ot Cochise, tins iota uuy ot ...aiicn, in
itie year ot our lrd iiWO.
isoaij h. n jS,UiUEL, Clork.
first, publication Mureh S.
-SOOrHWESTERN BUSINESS
COLUE.E. El Paso, Texas.
The mndurii business trainunr ebool of the
sotillnvcat
wo 'COt'SES Bus uoss iui'1 Sh irthauu
mbraoliu' liook-lceeplnir, Arithmetic, Com
mercial UUV, Dllsiuess Viltm', ripelllliji,
i.ott:!' y rUing, ittipul Calculating, llusli.oss
I'upors uud Leijui r'oiun, hoithund, lype
ivutinir, Oihc- iialninv: in i:etainu', Whole.
mUeuiK, -oinniUsioii, liuultiUK by Actual
UllslIlCtSI PlitUtlCO.
V b oitor the stiperio'r iidvautatfo oi splen
did equipment, uud personal iiutnution un
act trained speeiult.ts. We propaie sluJoiit
tot tne best posiiiuii whiuh 'e ecuie. atit
,ieuth "iloiue lu connection, Write lor ratot
etc J' all term bci;liis beiitembor lt n.
o.ulitid lPrtl. u, n. LOUiv. t'riu"
HTLL LINL OF .
CAMERAS and
IMiotoyrapli Supplies.
Cameras from $5 00 to $25.00
lhjvelopinu and ptintim; dono by ox
lioiourajiurs at loweat prices. ISaiis
uution guaramoeil.
C. P HART & CO.
CuHoer Queen Pharmacy,
rgoo
BUSINESS LOCALS.
GIRL WANTED immediately,
ply at this office,
Ap
Iw FouND-rBetween Bisbeo and Naco, a
pockotbook. Owner can havo same by
calling at this office.
Second-hand, goods bought and sold
at E. G. Orel Co., plumbing andainning
shop.
Queen Pharmacy, forphotographic sup
plies, u 21 n
FOR SALE: A -boarding house.
Apply at this o
Just received, anew line Df rmirt
'valets, at Blcwett'a. M20 tf
Otto K rb, Gnti'lOhw.tlhr, K P.
bootml lo. Ind., says, "DeWitte Witch
HflK Salve eoothes tho most delicate
drin and htals the most stubborn ulcer
wii.i certain and gocd refculte." ,Cur6i
t es and ekin diseases. Don't buy an
, nitatton. Copper Queen atore.and
t ii bee Drug Co. '
Hole in the Wall JEWEL0RE
C. M. Hinckle, Practical
Watchmaker and jeweler
Main Street, Bisbee. ' .
J. I. KRALLMAN
Carpenter and
Naco, Arizona.
For Bargains
GO TO
Barney's Pivacb, Main St.
it Goldstein,
Proprietor.
Brv Goods,
Ladiess' and Gents'
furnishing Goo'ds, Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Etc.
Malachite Cia. Store,
Candies and Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco
:-: A SPECIALTY. :-:
4-11-44 MAIN Street.
DAN HANKINS : : : Proprietor.
HAMMOCKS
fA A shady spot, a coolbrecc. interesting reading kk
fi matter, a hammock, and such -things as "trouble areW
jk forgotten. The very microbes of laziness and Juxur- jm
(ft ious ease seem to hover about these hammocks of
j ours. L,ie in them once and you have the disease of jm
(ft do-nothinjr in its most virulent form. w?
A. '
(ft
A hammock is a hammock, nevertheless new.;l
This season's hammocks are better than the. carried- a
(f
(ft over kind. Ours are new,
Aft
(ft
(ft
(ft
Full colored, extra firiej' fancy, close
weave, full, wavy woti valanqe
pillow and concealed spreader. JStee
43 x 82
(ft
(ft
BUT THBRE ARK $4.50, $4.00 50, $2.00
CHEAPER ONES... and $1.50. ' 'S
Hammock Hooks, Extra Strong, 25 Cents a Pair,
awwwi ' !. i" -i
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The California Market,
KENNEY BROS, Proprietors.
' Fresh Bssf, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Sausage, Etc. -.' -Choice
Cuts of Mea,t only. ' --
Fresh Bread Daily.
S. Goods Delivered Free to All Parts of the Town..,0
Upper Main St., Blsbcc i
number
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E. G. ORD CO.
PLUMBING, TINNINO
Bd CORNICE. WORK
All work done neatly and
promptly. "Office riextto
tho Brewery.
Henry IT Tietjen
BOOT AND SH(Ke.
Repftirlnr Nwtly
Done.
I
AagliltWi'g.
1. S. STEIN
Lai!cV:airt 0its': ftthm
aad FANOT'OOOW.
Seoond-HaBd OtAdt. Brawtry Avmiim.
C. J. KADOVICtl
Staple aii faicv-Cnceiles
' Cashes, Nuts, Etc.
Brewery .Avenue.
Mc J. Johnson
Real mate
vAKD
Mine Broker
'"Houses and Lotls Bought and Sold a
com niesion.
Houses (or Bent
Money Loaned.
OFFICE-Ang'us BtflldlHt-Rwoai 3.
-J C RAUB.
MAIN STREET, ABOVE
PALACE STABLE
REPAIRS. AND RENTS BICYCLES
Novel y work. Quns, Lock. BloycUi akd .
Sowlusr achiaes ropalrtd ' -Key ftttloa' a
specialty. Rvmbler Bicycle for Mje.
B CARRETTO.
General Merchandise
O. K. St',-BJs!.
Agent for Calif erai Star Wliery
ALFRED NYHAN
Boarding Hoise at
Chris Hansel's Place
Courteous Treatment.
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everyone of them.
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