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BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY. EVENING, MAY 30, 1900
The President Attends
BY NOTABLE MEN.
of Marylaitii Mtnu-
Services at Ar
Washington, May, 30. McKlnley
ami several members of his cabinet
left at 9:30 o'clock thin morning for
Antietam Battlefield, where they wit
nessed ceremonies incident to dedica
tion. f the Maryland monument.
Decoration day exercise here were
held under theiiuspices of the depart
ment of the Potomac at all cemeterle.
The most striking observance of the
day was at Arlington, of course, where
Hon. Marlot Broslun, the Pennnyl
vanitv congressman,dellvered a patriotic
address. Congressman Gardner of
Michigan, was orator at the Congres
sional Cemetery. His address was
supplemented by one from Congressman
Watson, of Indiana. Many Veterans
from the Soldier's homo attended.
- ; i .Aauresses were uenvereu at otuer
? '.' '" cemeteries by Congressmen Tongue of
, Oregon, Andrews of Nebraska, and
k others. The graves of confederate vet-
1 "m V - i erans were not forgotten The Senate
TlA "" adjourned o'er until Thursday but the
house remains in session.
Mr. ANNA GOULD.
He Has Been Menkeylri With The
Paris May 30. Count Boni De Cas
tellane is receiving the congratulations
of the Nationalists for his leading
against the government Monday which
culminated in the resignation of Gen
cral De Callifet from the Ministry of
war. The count takes his honors easily
and expresses regret that ho did not
succeod in overthrowing the govern
ment. The Nationalists are telling
Count Boni Unit he is a wonderful poli
tician with the exjectation of Increas
ing the party's coffers. Countess De
Castellanc- 1b also being felicitated on
her husbands success.
Homer Garvin Becomes Insane on His
QUINUY, Ills., May 30. Homer Gar
vin of this city, who a week ago married
Etheline Griffith, a society belle of Car
thage, Illinois, and went to Denver on
his bridal tour, has boon ndjudged in
sane and sent to the Jacksonville insane
asylum. His first symptoms of insanity
were noticed two hours after his mar
riage. Garvin recently graduated from
Galesburg college. No causo for his
malady Is kuown.
Believe They Can Pacify the Archi
Hong Kono, May 30. The Philip
pine commission will .sail for Manila on
Friday, and probably will be accompa
nied by Consul General I'ounsville
Wlldman, with whom the commission
has been lu consultation several days.
Several days have been devoted to the
formation of a policy since the arrival
of the commission, and they conllden
tiully believe they will be able to pacify
the Filipinos very rapldlly. Wlldman
has urged upon the commission the fol
lowing policies: Free trade, the free
admission Of Chinese, expulsion of Fri
ars and return of all property that lias
been confiscated illegally.
May Have Been Opium.
Dr. tCdmundson rcorted that au ex
amination of the .stomach and other
internal organs ef John Gin, the China
man whose death was recorded In yes
terday's Keuiew, revealed a ' pefectly
normal condition. When asked If
death might not have been caused by
the excessive use of opium, the doctor
said it was possible.
Gets His Horses.
Herring, of Naco, who Iiiih ixi)cii-
encctl m much trouble with the Mexi
can government ofliciah concerning hi
horseo, hah the utook once more in his
HOUSE WAS BUSY.
Woild Not Adjoirn for Memorial
Washington, May 30. -On motion
of Davis, Teller's senate resolutions of
sympathy for tho Boors was by a vote
of 40 to 2(t referred to the foreign
relations committee yesterday. Messrs
Chandler, Hale, Hoar and Mason (Re
publicans) and Potigrew and Teller
(Silver Republicans) voted against the
motion and Lindsay for it. Chandler
asked unanimous consent that Martin
Migginls of MonUn i bo giv.uvj 1 th
proveleges of the floor of th .senate
during penb'tioy of the question of his
right to -a seat. Tillman facetiously
asked if'the request included both
claimants. Chandler stated that Clark
accorded the right by reason of IiIk
being au ex-.son.itor. By unanimous
consent the, prlvelege was granted
Magginis. He soon made his appear
ance. He was cordially greeted by the
members of both sides of the chamber.
Washington, May 30. There was a
large attendance of members when the
House assembled at noon in expecta
tion of -the consideration of the anti
trust legislation proposed by the Re
sylvanla, presented the ' rule recom
mended by the committee on rules to
govern the debates during the next
three days, which was printed yester
day. Brown (Republican), of Ohio,
asked Dabell to withhold the rule in
order that the house might adjourn in
recognition of Decoration Day. Dal
zell replied that he would 'withdraw it
in order to secure unanimous consent
to pass the pension bills, which are
'pending from last Friday. To this
Tabert (Dom.). of South Carolina, ob
jected. Steel, (Rep.), moved the re
cognition of Decoration Day. This
motion was defeated by 118 to 107. The
bill to send a commercial committee to
China and Japan was then laid before
the house, the object boing to strike
out the enacting clause, which would
mean the defeat of the bill. The house
refused by a vote of 130 to 105 to strike
out tne enacting clause, ana it conse
quently was restored to its position on
the calender. The pension bills were
taken up and Talbert commenced fili
bustering. Speaker Henderson ap
pealed to him to desist and Talbert
yielded. The nineteen pension bills,
were then passed.
IMPERIAL FORCES DRIVEN BACK.
Dr. Leyds says Pretoria Is Well
fortified And Will
Pkbtokia, May 29 (DeIayed).--.Au
official bulletin says the British made
an attack on WitwaUrsrand, but were
beaten buck by the federals. The loss
of the British is reported as being con
siderable." BBUSSKLS, May SO. Dr. Leyds in
an interview today on tho situation
in tne Transvaal said that Pretoria is
well fortified and that ,the Boers will
resist for some time.
London, May 30. (Dela) ed). Rob
erts is confident that ho will occupy
Johannesburg today. ' He cabled tho
war office yesterday afternoon as fol
lows: f,l expect to enter Johannes
burg with all my troops at noon tomor
row" The posting of the dUpatch.
caused great jubilation in London yes
LONDON May 28. liondon is rest-
le.-sly awaiting Roberts' announcement
that Johannesburg lias been occupied.
Roberts, by the rapidity of his march,
has "outstriimed the cxneututliina nf
even the mott optimistic englishmen.
It Is believed now that June 1st will
see the British lu Pretoria. The ad
vance from Bloemfontein has been lit
tle more than a mere parade. The 240
miles have been covered In thirty days;
including all halts. From J3oer sources
continue to be heard only stories of
confusion and collapse. Nothing more
has been heard concerning the British
force from Mafeklng wjiieh had march
cd east to Lj chtenburg.
London, May ;(). Buller reports
from New Castle as follows: "General
Hildyard has captured 'Utrecht In the
Trannvaal. (.'lory Is Ixmihardlng Lalngs
Nek. Tho enemy has been forced to
retire from Dornberg, where he threat
ened my right and rear. The Boers
are disheartened and If they did not
occupy such strong itosltions I doubt if
they would show any light."
Did The Prince of Wale's
SIMON DLE CMe N SECOND,
The American Horse Disgulsii
k Could Get No Better Than
Epsom, May 30. Glorious weather
prevailed today when the Derby was
run over Epsom Downs. There was an
unusually large and brilliant attend
ance and many royal turnouts. There
was an unusual scene of gayety and
contusion m h,psom road which was,
jammed with vehicles from an early
hour, bringing all classes from London
to the great turf event. There were
many Americans on the coaches. The
Prince of Wales' Diamond Jubilee was
the favorite for the Derbv stakes at 2
to 1. James P. Keene's American
horse, Disguisii, by Domino Bonnie,
was much talked of as a likely winner
and had manyfb'ackera' at 7 to I, but he
made only third place. The favorite,
Diamond Jubilee, won.' The Duke of
Portland's Simon Dale was second.
Diamond Jubilee was ridden by "H.
Jones; Gannon rode Simon Dale, and
Sldan'rode Disgulsii'. Fourteen horses
rah'. In the betting Barshire was an
even favorite with Diamond Jubilee at
9 to 3.
Rube Potter is again in Bisbee.
Paul Hull and Mrs, Hull came
Charles Burcc returned ' from
Herman Giesler, the popular Naco
lumberman, is up from the border
town. , ir r. v
W. C. Greene" came in yesterday
evening. HeE?was accompanied by
George Mitchell, supcrintendant of
tho Greene Consolidated Mining com
pany, drove into town yesterday after
noon. Mark Medigovich lias returned ,from
a two months' trip to San Francisco.
Mark has resumed his former position
with V. G. Medigovich.
W. J. Bcrner, who has a llower ranch
in Ramsay canyon in the Huaohuca
mountains, is in town with a beautiful
floral cargo for today's exercises.
George Dunne, theAzuritc's ramrod,
returned from .Mexico yesterday even
ing. In the near future George will
import some hyiothetloal whole stories
concerning his trip. The Keviuw will
present them to a wondering public.
Several drummers went out this a. m.
Mrs. George Kaffcrty left for Tomb
stone this morning.
Miss Lou Mlnot; loft this morning for
her home in Los 'Angeles. . t
Phillip Hart, the "Copper Queen
pharmacist, went to Tucson toda .
V. G. Medegovich aed family have
left on a pleasure trip for Tucson and
C B. Ragbdule, kuown to fame as tho
Hoodoo, albeit he is the living, breath
ing allegory of energy, goes to San
Miguolita today. He will engage in a
A Small Blaze.
, At :i o'clock this afternoon a pile of
litter in the rear of the Bisbee Tele
phone company's office was ignited in
sojne unknown manner and caused quite
a blae. An alarm was rung in and the
conflagration quickly extinguished.
I especially invite ladies to call on
mo who 'have troubles with their eyes,
have headache or nervous troubles. It
will cost ,ou nothing to talk about jour
eyes and it may bo of benefit to you.
Drt. Ida A. Behrkndt.
Benson, - - Arizona!
TURKS ARE SIQK.
Bubonic' Plague In The Sultan's
Washington, May 30 A cablegram
from Charge d'Affalrs Griscom at Con
stantinople to the state department
says that tho bubonic plague has broken
out at Smyrna.
Base Ball Games.
At Brooklyn- 4
Brooklyn, 1: St. Louis, .".
Clevelend, 7: Buffalo. 4.
At Philadelphia- ?
Philadelphia, .": Chicago, 2.
Cincinnati. ,4; Boston. 3. .
Pittsburg, 7; New York, (i.
'At .Minneapolis ' f tM
Minneapolis, 4; Milwaukee, ..' '
At Pueblo t, ?
Pueblo, 10; Denver, G.
Dr. R. P. Behrendt,, graduate Ber
lin Opthalmlc College, Germany, and
Philadelphia Optical College, and Dr.
Ida A. Behrendt, graduate of McCor
mlck Optical College, Chicago, and
Philadelphia Optical College, the eye
specialists, are htoppng at the Norton
House, and will examine your eyes by
the latest improved methods. If you
have .trouble with your eyes, have head
ache or nervous troubles it may be your
eyes. They are prepared to test and
remove those troubles scientifically and
guarantee all their work. Dr. Beh
rendt has 2(5 years practice on eyes.
. Old Clauk has succeeded in getting
a man to marry his daughter. She has
the reputation of being the ugliest
piece of furniture in Montana. But a
concomitant sack of fourteen million
dollars would secure a husband.for her
were her nose a foot long.
Court Bisbee No. 3838 Independent
Order of Forresters will hold a public
meeting at their hall in the Opera
House on Friday evening next, June 1,
to which all -their gentleman friends
are invited. The meeting will be a'd
dresse by Wm. R. Uber, D. S.. C- R.
after which smoking and card- plavinir
will be Indulged'in. K
Allen English drove over from Tomb
THE f 0RMER GETS THE DECISION.
But The Spectators Vociferously
Chicago, May M. The discussion of
the outcome of last "night's McCoy
Ryan six-round tight decision continues
this morning to be as acrimonious as
,when the crowd howled its disapproval
oi Malachy Hogan's opinion that Mc
Coy won on point. The fact is, Hogan
was not a ware that the articles of agree
ment cpntained a clause providing for a
draw if both mon were on their feet at
the end of the six rounds.
George Siler saya: "Hogan has tiat
In judgment once or 'twice, and boing
closer to the men, decided as lie saw
them light. Al lighters look alike to
him when they enter the ring, and I
am sure he decided, as ho considered,
righily. Ryan was there good and
strong at tho end. He 'did all the
forcing, certainly landing as often its
the Kid, and from an unbiased stand
point I will say the woist lie should
have had was a draw, irrespective of
the clause in the agreement."
C. J. RADOVICH
, Staple and Fancv Groceries
Candies, Nuts, Etc. '
It S. STEIN
Ladies' and Gents' furnishings
umH fancy goods.
Ssooiid-llauil OcxxIh. Ilreuro Axniiiir.
UNAI.KHS IN -
Wholesale and Retail.
When in lleuson Give us a Call. Good
Goods and Low Prices.
Five Wounded, Two Will
CARMEN DID THE SHOOTING.
Riot Call BreHfht.Pollce, lut :To
Late to Prevent The
St. Louis, May 80. At 1 p. in. fir
boys were shot down at the intersection
of Broadway and Pestalezzi street,
at which point a crowd had gathered,
hooting and throwing missiles at a car.
Fully half a hundred employes of the
bottling works of a nearby brewery
stopped on the corner on their way to
work from lunch. When the niotorraan
oegan snooting tney scattered and hid
behind a lumber pile in the brewery .
yard. The motorman, re-enforced by!
uuuci-B uii uura, came up jaier and nreu
a steady volley into the yard. Cries of
pain arose whenever one of the boys
was struck by a bullet. A riot call
brought a squad of police, but not until
the car men had fired about a hundred
shots and had thrown the neighborhood
into a panic.
The police searched the lumber yard
and found five boys wounded, two of
whom are expected to die. NThy were
carried to a nearby dispensary. One
was shot through the breast, another
through the abdomen and another in
the head. A fourth was wounded in the
arm and a fifth in the leg. A number
of windows in the vicinity were demol
Hutomatfc Colt pistol
We are the First in the whole Southwest to
show this pistol, and we should be only too g lad
to have you inspect and examine this new won
der in the firearms world.
Briefly described, it Li a pistol witli a magaiuc attachment
holding seven shots, which are capable of belLg fired off in rapid
succession all automatically. The action of this pistol is automatic,
except that the trigger is pulled for tiring each shot. The arm can
be discharged at the rate of five shots per second, the cartridges be
ing automatically supplied from au attachable magazine inserted in
the handle of the pistol.
After the. pistol is charged with a filled maga7ine one opening
movement is" made by hand, bringing the first cartridge into the
chamber. On pulling the trigger the cartridge 1s fired, the empty
shell is extracted, a new cartridge is loaded into the chamber, all
these operations taking place automatically without any manipulation
of the arm. This automatic operation of the pistol Is effected by
the recoil of the moylng parts, and as a consequence tho recoil is so
absorbed in being utilized that it has not the usual disturbing effect.
Tho length of the barrel is ti inches, length of pistol over all !)
inches,? weight of pistol .' ounces. It is made only In the .18 calibre,
' with a (1-inch barrel, blued finish, and shoots a rimless, smokeless,
."COPTER QUEEN STORE J
Mr. Hart, a Brother of Philip Hart,
has taken charge of the Shattuck ice
plant. ' , l ,
City garter Shop
Bath Rtom and Porcelain Tils
Marks & Wittig, Proprietors.
Everything First Class.
HANSEN & GERDES
, One mil below town In th Cool
vouonwoou. jmi once and you
w 11 al way cotoe again.
rirs. H. E, Bruton v
Cleanmj and Dyeinj
By Dry Process
DraMtnaldna; a anenl< v.
SatU aetlon guarantMd.
Near Raub's Blcvcle Shea.
E. G. ORD CO.
and CORNICE WORK
All work done nratlv and
I promptly. Office next to
'he Brewery. Telephone No
Henry It, Tietjen . .
BOOT AND SH0MAKtt
Wants Correspondents in
every Mining Camp, Mine
and Ranch in the county.
Address this office for par
Cannot be made from every brand
of flour. It requires a flcur rich In
gluten and the health-giving quali
ties. Such a flour is our
Ask your grocer for It and see that
you get it. Every hack guarantee?
ie Milling company
Tucson, - Arizona
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