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a 8 .C --';' -- - .V ' ', .. hn: ' COCHISE REVIEW VOLUME IV. BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 7, 1900. . Jjl)?ifif.Jt 1 ' ' jM ' 'I; ' SST NUMBER 255''. BO'- PROFESSIONAL S. A. I. UPTON ATTORNEX-AT-I.AW AGENT FOR LAND 80RIP Tombstone, Arlsona. J M. O'CONNELL ATTORNST-AT-LAW okkioe: wallaok building BISBKB . J. QAMK& lawtjck bisbbe, arizona Ulnli b Law a Specialty yyiLLUM J. KILPATEIOE ATTORNEY-AT-LAYf liO W. Pennington St., Tucson, ArW. Will practice In all Courts of the Territory. jyiAHCUS A. SMITH ATTORNEY-AT-LAW . TUCSON. ARIZONA ' Will preottoo In District Court of Coohlse County. QHARLSS BLKNMAN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW TUCSON, ARIZONA Will attend all tar ma of Court In Coohlse Counts. IBANK S. BXBXf OBD SXTH X. HAE ABO J-JEREIORD A HAZZARD ATTORNEY9-AT-LAVV TUCSON. ARIZONA . AQBNTS FOR LAND SCRIP yy K. CHAMBERS DENTIST Appointment! Made by Mall PHONB 87 BISBEB QR. J. W. FARRINQTON DENTIST BISBEE. ARIZONA Specialties Diseases of the oral cavity and nowu and bridge work. All operation! per formed. P A. SWEET, M. D. Tax. No. 6 K. Q. OARLETON, M. D A. R. HICKMAN, M. D. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS To the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining sppei andA.AS. E. K.R. QB. ISAAC H. W ATKINS PHYSICIAN and SURGEON BENSON, ARIZONA OSce : Rear of Drug- Store. & WILLIAMS ., JUSTICE OF THE PEACE .., , BISBEE,, ARIZONA Notary Publlo and. Con vejranocr. Bill col etlag a specialty. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Arizona & South Eastern Rallrqad Pacific Time one hour earlier than City time Northward ' Southward iJL s.l J liL SBs Sag h,o ujfr an HB IS 1 S lw 5 a. u. Miles. STATiom Miles. ivmT W 0 Lr...Blsbee...Ar 65.8 ilso Id :0S 18 . South Bisbee.. M.O 1:22 8:U 4.0 .... Don Luis.... 51.8 ' 1:10 4:8 8ii 8.8 NacoJunotlon.. 48.fi 11:56 :M 12.4 . . Packard. .. 42.9 U:t5 7:0 U 19.4 . ..Banning- 85.9 U5 0:8 7:01 88.8. .. Water Tank... 80.1 U:05 4:8 3:12 80.0 ... Charleston... 25.8 ll:iS i:8 1:40 ' Ar..Falrbank.Lv 11:25 .':84 86.8 LT.Jalrbank.Ar 18.0 11:15 87.6 If.M A A. Crossing 17. 7 ' 2:0 7:65 89.6 '..Contention. . 15.7 11:00 6:2 8O0 43.8 .. . .Land . 9.5 10:40 9:8 AM. 8:00 66.8 At.. . Benson.. J,v 0 100 r lac Stations stop on Signal. V. B. STILES, R. O. MORGAN. O. F. A P. A. Superintendent. Southern Pacific Railroad. WBSIBOUND. Pass. Benson, leave ... 4:57p.m. Tucson, arrive 7:20 " ' Maricopa." 9:40.," Yuma, arrive 8:00a.m. Los Angeles, arrive 12: noon. BASIBOUKS. Benson, leave . . 9:06 a. m. WlUoox, arrive ...10:42 " Bowie, " 115 " Lordsburg, 1:45p.m. Demlng " 8:80 " 81 Paso. . . . " 6rt; " Phoenix, " 6:80a.ra. Passengers for Phoenix, from the east or West, remain at Maricopa over night. Sleep ing car and hotel accommodation. New Mexico aud Arlsona Railroad. WX8TBOUHD, Pass, risttson, leave ... .. ,5:80 p. m. Fatrbank, arrive.. 6:18, " Nogales, " ., 9:00';" XASTBOUBD. Nogales, leave 5U0a.ni. alrbank, arrive .. 7:57 " Benson. " 8:40 " lonora Railroad. SOUTUUOUtfO. Pass. 10:05 p.m. 6:15 a. m. 9:10 kMiUt Hirnoi: in " slllo, arrive ,. Leave Ouaytnas, HOBTHBOUND. Ouaymas. leave .. 6:00 Hermoslllo. arrive .9:83 ?. Nogales. ....." 5:00 a.m. Santa We Prescott and Phoenix Railroad. NOBTUBQUftB. Paw. 10:00 p. m. . 11:47 ' . 12:55a.m. . tM " .. 5:80" ...7:15 Phoenix, leave HotSprlnfs Junot., arrive CobgreM Junot " Preseott. .., t Jerome Junot., . ....". Akfork, ." WASHINGTON NEWS. Opinions Strong that McKinley Would be Elected. Desertions from the Army-Merrltt Has Good Opinion of the filipinos. From Our Regular Correspondent. WASHINGTON, Nov. 2, 1900, Never before has public sentiment here, re gardless of individual political prefer ence, been so nearly unanimous at the close of a presidential campaign, as to what the result will be, as it is this time that President McKinley will be reelected. This isn't because every body wishes it that way, but because of the seemingly overwhelming evidence that it will bo thafway. A hotel clerk voiced this sentiment when he said: "The talk of our guests is all one way McKinley. In bur little chats with them there seems to be but one senti ment, and that is of republican success. It,doe9n't make much difference from what state he comes, outside of the south, the traveling man. or buaines man, or tourist, voices the sentiment. . It would seem to me that this unainm ity of opinion from the strangers with in our gates, hailing from all parts of the union, is of the greatest signifi cance. It was not so in 1896. Bryan men were plentiful then and they made our lobby resound with their resonant tones." It is evident from extracts from ad vance sheets of consular reports that Dr. Vosberg-Rekow, who was a Ger man delegate to the industrial exposi tion held in Philadelphia last year, and who spent months in investigating our industrial conditions, is alarmed at our rapid growth. He has written a book on the "Commercial Treaties of 1893." in which he declares there are but three great world powers Great Britain, Russia and the United State?. Men have been thrown into prison in Ger many for saying les9. He regards the United States as the most powerful rival of Germany's economic future, and in effect, if not actually, advises a union of European nations against us. For instance, he says: "The fear of the American industrial invasion should lead us and all European coun tries to a closer union with Russia, wHlch country, with its newly acquired territories in Asia, could reimburse out4 export trade for the loss of the American and other foreign markets, and, in addition, furnish us with the in dispensable raw materials." Russian petroleum and trans-Caspian cotton may be made substitutes for the American staples, and while Russia might not altogether replace the United States as a source of supply of raw product, we should strive to become independent of the Americans and teach them that a change of policy to wards us Is requisite. Politicians are always surprised to see a man give up an office except un- ,'der compulsion or to step into another carrying a larger salary. They were given a severe jolt this week by Mr. J. W. Yerkes, republican candidate lor governor ot Kentucky, who came to Washington to hurry the acceptance . of his resignation as collector of inter- nal revenue for the eighth Kentucky district, which had been in the hands of the treasury authorities for some time. Although there was neither luw nor nreeedent eomnolllntr him to rslun - r -- "-- , because of his candidacy for governor, Mr. Yerkes insisted, and his resigna tion was accepted, to take effect No vember 1. The annual report of the Adjutant General of the Army, for the fiscal year ending June 30 last, shows that the desertions from the array were equal to almost 20 per cent of the en listmentsthere were 19,649 enlist ments and 3,993 desertions. The re port also shows that the number of re jections made by recruiting officers during tho year for legal, mental, moral or physical reasons were 69,654, about 78 per cent of those offering to enlist. The "army canteen," officially known as the "post exchange," also gets a boost from the adjutant general, who says that reports from tho Philip pines, Cuba and Porto Rico "indicate that the post exchange has become an absolute necessity." The report shows that the post exchanges did a business amounting to $1,915,602, with a net profit of 9464,504. The advance estimates of the popu lation of the country were very close to the official figures given out this week 78,295,220. The total population bin 1890 was 63,069,750. Uncle Sam has no reason to complain at the growth of his family during tho past ten years. An increase of nearly 21 per cent is unprecedented in tho growth of large nations. At this time the United States ranks fourth in population among the nations of the world, China being first, India second and Russia thsrd. Germany is fifth, but it only has 52,279,901. Gen. Wesley Merrltt, who was the first American commander in the Phil ippines, is in Washington, with his wife, for tho winter. He has a good opinion of the Filipinos, of whom he said: "They are a Very tractable and affectionate people under kind treat ment. They are thoroughly suscept ible of discipline, and would make better soldiers under our rule than they did under the Spaniards. There were three, regiments of Filipinos in the Spanish army,) stationed in the Philippines, of which one regiment de serted with their arms. These guns formed the nucleus of weapons for the Filipino forces. Some of our officers had Filipino servants, who were ex ceedingly faithful and affectionate. In several cases when these officers re turned to the States their Filipino ser vants were.oager to return with them. There were vagrants and villains among them occasionally, but they were exceptions. They would sleep outside the door, could be trusted, and were steadfast in their loyalty." ALMOST EVERY MINER AT WORK. The Great Anthracite Strike Appears to be Wholly Over. Hazleton, Pa., Nov. 7. The strike of the anthracite miners can be said to be a thing of the past. Nearly ev ery man who was out Is now at work, and in many mines enough coal was mined to warrant the starting of the breakers. The outbreak at Crauberry is settled, and at Milnersville, where it was expected there would be a long fight, an agreement was reached and the strippings are being worked. It is not likely that President Mitchell will return to Hazleton. Verde King Copper Company. Some prominent citizens of Los An geles have formed another big copper company, having bought outright ten full mining claims outright ten full mining claims (200 acres) adjoiring the great United Verde Copper company, owned by Hon. W. A. Clark, at Jerome, Arizona. The Verde King property lies only one mile south of the smelter and works of the United Verde and only one mile from Jerome. Active work has already been commenced. The board of directors at a meeting Wednesday elected Charles J. George president, Elmer C. Chapman vloe president, M. C. Nichols treasurer, By ron W. Riley secretary, with Davit Richardson, a prominent mining man and .engineer of Sonora, as consulting engineer. It is thought that the devel opment stock will not be offered for sale here, although a number of applica tions have been made for large blocks of stock. Los Angeles Mining Review. Vorce of Gravitr Not Alwy It hat been found that the force ot gravity at sea fcrel is sot constant at all points on the earth's surfaceri-that it a pound is not literally a pound everywhere. In some recent observa tions with delicate instrument C. A. Almonetti has found that in 11- towaa of Italy the earth's attractive (ore varied by one part in 10,000. Tlji! means that a standard pendulum (39.09 inches in length), which beats second would lose 26 minutes each year by .reason of tnis apparently slight ali rnce in the force of gravity In these towns or itaiy. a ton of goid.iiwetgnta on a spring balance, would differ la value by the loss of weight theoretically by $50 at localities where the gravity was a minimum. The explanation given of.hese variations of gravity is ! the uneven massing of the material f tint earth's crust. Little Chrotdele. the fact that comfortable household management on small means i an art that should be studied. It cannot be picked up haphazard any more than any other art which produces practical results, and to obtain tb great, amount of comfort from th smallest amount of money should, be the result of all true economy. ' POO GOES THROUGH PUK. Yts)8vla SmakeA 1st sua Ualijar4 at Btt4osex atatloat. A terrier belonging to Engineer Me Arthur went through the pumpa of the Bridgeport pumping station at Chloa go the other day and was none the worse for it trip. Ithad been playing on the footbridge ovr the race, or in take, from the south branch when it tumbled into the black waters that flow from the stock yards region. Five of the pumps were in operation and a swift current was running in ward. Before the dog could reach the narrow bridge around the basin he was sucked under the arch into the center pump well. A fireman who saw the plight and apparent end of the beast walked around to the engine house to tell the engineer of the mishap. McArthur looked, into the seething waters pouring from the pump and saw his dog vomited forth. It fell into the canal basin and floated swiftly away: A few minutes later the dog, wet and staggering, o&zne into, the engine room and for half a day lav sick on a pile of watt, finally recovering completely. The following table gives the Precincts will be appended as fast .CANDIDATES. g : : : 9 1 1 ! . . B . . f g 8 8 g : ? : I Optoe . W . . . . Sr a . 0 a : :.::::?:::: o ; - & : ft : g D . 5 . . For Delegate to Congress: p : " : : : - N.O.Marphy 6931428 1... 7.. 5. .28 5816 59. ift Marous A.Smith: 7645233J0 11 .. 18 .. 40 ...... 29 9 46 " 16 "' "1 OharlerH. Davidsou w....ao .. For Councilman: " CO. Warner: 6346726 3 5,. 7...34 4916 62 16 James S. Robiusou 8528831 8 12 .10 84... 85 7 49 ii '" For Representative: "' ." H.M.Wods 80402 213 4. .7. .23 4816 56.. 21 F..R.,p'Brien.,v,,, 5030523 4.. 5. .23 0820.. 59.. ! 28 ' A.H. No crosa'..:: 6529123 3L .. 3.. 6 ii 4212. . .. 54 16 ". Stephen Roemer. 59 El 9 :.. . . 12 8 67. 37 7 "" 40 fl r' '"- J. E iward Brown 69373'28 8 13.. 9 " 67... .'. ..'84 3.;:.'.':;.':; 43 " ': 13 ' M. Gray 8737532 9... .. 13 .. 11 . 22 .. . .25 8 44.. 6 " ' "'"'- For Sheriff: . . . ... . . Dayton Graham 7931119 2,.... 5.. 6 .28 ....42 9. 40 17 . " ? ILr Adeibert ,V. Lewis 7045885 9 12 .,10 41 4712 66 17 f For Treasurer: , t t ".... u P; h. Ciimmings,. ... . 7322521 1 4.. 7. .28.. 4410 37... 18' &. M.D.Scribner 775053410 13.. 8 ... 39 4814 65.. 16 ,X For Recorder: H. O. Stillman 6643828 2.... 4 6 28 4214 50 19 :... Frank Hare. . 84 32234 9 16 " 12 " 46 45 9 69 " 14 V. For District Attorney: " X' Ceorge' W.Swain.. 9132418 6 5 8 23 4416 74 21 r Edward W. Land. . .. 55 41142 5 13 ' 10 " 47 .'.."' 30 7 30 " " 11 tf'fc For Probate Judge: " '" v i.- W.F. Bradlev 6831519 1.. 9..30 5617 59.. 16 O.R.Bostwick 794263611 19 .. ! 10 37 ....... 28 0 ...... .H.." W. ' lOl A.88fiflBOt" " " " " Charles A. Overlook 8230730 2 9. 9 17 .. 5512 28 21 ' ' Walter, T.Fife 6539230 9 9.. 8!'54... '.'.'3216 5i:" 12 " ': "" ForSnrveyor: ' ;' "'1J, J. A. Rbokfellow 9129632 3.... 1 ... 7 35.. 6319 63 23 ... L: George O, Clark 6241822 8 .... 15 .. 8!!33 25 4 37 8 For County School Superintendent: - ' V F.O. Willard. , 326 26 2713 r-X B.A.'NicholB. 386 !..!.' 40 ....'...! 601c .'-'.?- For Supervisor: ' '" , George-B.ReUy 6J.38545 3 3.. 4.. 17 43 . 12 14 ' A.V.Noyes... 91 31124 0 5.. 12. .36 51 . . 16 'Ji'. '.'. '.. V.'.'.Zx." '.'."'. '" Thomas Allaire 8130116 3 5.. 6.. 23.. 67 20 l- 17 " "" ThomasKYork 71.11943 9 16.. 8...37. 26 ' 18 P. J. Delehanty 411360.20 8 13.. 11 ...57. ... 39 8" 12 B.F. Graham ... 6030o'27 9l 13.. 8. .37.! So!.' &! '4 " 8 '. !TMnrMmMmmMMmmMm-rMnrrrTV-----tT-m nTTmrrh-iirTr-T,rTfiriiniexiia mw-n tnsHtg - - 1 -I-!-JlI 1!- ??.... w ' . THE COUNTY ELECTION the Returns Are Now Almost Complete. Bisbee Polls a. Big Vote County Gives a Majority for Mark Smith. Theibattle of the candidates in Bis ...... v.. n !..... bee has been unusually Interesting, not alone on account of the various Inter ests involved, bnt from the fact that the men on both tickets are well known, with but few solitary excep tions, possessed of the necessary quail flcations ta furnish good ofnolal timber, and have many personal friends who fought hard for their choice. In someiinstances the progress of the voting reveals a choice of the voters th'at is somewhat surprising, and can didates who were looked upon as good citizens, whose vihterests are largely placed right in the. midst of this dis trict are behind in the voting. 1 The number of -votes cast in Bisbee, about halfof the total number of. coun ty votes, naturally take considerable labor and time in counting, and.- the votes cast -for each candidate have been watched through-the night with anx iety by the candidates and their friends. The result is now known as far as Bisbee i3""concerned, and Indeed tho returns from the important precincts are at hand. The victory Is with the democrats,- as far as known. The county will bo represented by a conservative body of officials, and no doubt Its best interests will be con served. Much disappointment Is naturally felt by candidates who have been do feated, but it is certain that some one must suffer, There is, as a rule, no greater uncertainty than the result of an election. . The most Important precincts are nor in, and the result is known well enough not to be altered, except per haps in one Instance. A table of the returns from tho county precincts, as far as known, io published in our columns. This will give all Information with regard to tho political bias In different parts of tho county, and will make a valuable mem oranda for the next election. Tho table will bo filled In and republished as returns-are received. There Sre various causes to be As signed for 'the defeat or vlctorv of a candidate in certain precincts' which may be of a local nature, or may have been spread abroad for political pur poses. These chances are . takou with all others in playing for the stake of a public position, and although blander shbUld never be- perpetrated, yet It Is thought by some that all is fair In politics. M. D. Scribner has polled the high est vote in Bisbee. C. C. Warner Is next In the total list in this town. H. C. Stillman leads for recorder in COUNTY RETURNS returns received as received. tip to 4 p. m. this precinct where he has aany friends. S. K. Williams and Mr. Wilcox are tied for first place for the position of justice of the peace. MINING NEWS. W. AIlll Williams is working a pros pect In the Pinto Creek district, which shows up well. There are about 25 tons of good shipping ore on the dump I and as much mere blocked. If the ore .. .. .. ; ,,, 'chute contlnnes this prospect will un doubtedly make one of the paying mlnos of this section. , The Draper group of gold mines, two miles down the river from the Sheepstrail mill, at Pyramid, is being wcrked by a force of men and shows up a very rich vein of gold ore. The ledge Is nearly flat, very much decomposed and exceedingly rich in coarse gold. The last steamer from Needles left a large lot of lumber and supplies at the mine. Across the river from Pyramid there Is much activity. The Homostake 30 Btamp mill is running night and day. A new company is opening up a greup of mines near the Homestake called the Fay group, which is owned by Los An geles men. Jerome Reporter: The Mingus com pany has now twenty men employed on their grounds. Development work is being done in several places with con siderable success. A 6x8 shaft has been sunk 115 feet, in which rock has been found carrying gold, copper aud silver, assays running as high as $50 in Frold and 8600 in silver. They have run an incline shaft 180 feet and drifted 150 feet from it. The first ga lena struck in the immediate vicinity, was found in this shaft; it was 50 per cent fine and carried values In copper, pold and silver. President Thomas says the new 40-horse power boiler will be ready to fire In a few days. This will furnish sufficient power for their several hoists, and, of course, be a great Baver' of labor in hoisting. Surveys for patents are now being made, and when this work is completed it is the intention to Increase- the force of their miners. Attention, Rebekahs. The R'ebekahtf will meet at Library Hall tomorrow at 1:30 p. m. to attend the funeral of the late Mrs. Ernest Barker LILLY BURR, Noble Grand. Baby Contest. Register at the Fair or at the Bisbee drug store the names of any or all ba bies who are to take part in the baby contest on Nov. 14th at the M. E. fair, The contest is opeu to all babies under two years of age In Cochise county. Suitable prizes will be awarded 197 Bet; on the results of the election were recorded with the provision that the articles were to be bought at home. They include hats, tailor made suits, shoes, ties, ladies tailor mades, etc. Over 100 of these were understood to be bought at "The Fair." This returns from the - remaining DECLARE A SIEGE Must Crush the Car-lists-Rinks Growing,. Rebel Strikers and Rioters Collected and. Authorities Are Alarmed at the Outlook. Moscow, Nov. 7. Despite the strict censorship exercised by the Sanlsh au-" thorltles on all news from Spain, thV news has leaked out from the Spanish' legation at St. Petersburg that 'the', province of Catalonia In Spain will be", at onoe declared In e state of siege. It 5 Is also said that the Carllsts partisans" are Increasing in Madrid every day ' " Four thousand strikers and rioters' are gathered at Manresa, a little m'a'ri ufacturing town near Barcelona, and .. the demonstrations at Villafranca are alarming the authorities. WILL PAY BONI'S DEBTS. . Goulds of New York Said to be Ready to Contribute. NEW YORK, Nov 7. On the author lty of an "intimate friend of the lata' Jaj Gould," the Evening World to; day announces that tho debts of Count Bonl de Castellans will be paid in full by the Goulds at once. "The scandal attending the claims amounting to $4,000,000 against the' spendthrift husband of Countess Anna is to be stopped," the paper adds. "A lump sum probably will be contributed by George, Helen, Howard, Edwin and Frank Gould to wipe out these debts, as they consider the honor of the Gould family U Involved. "InoidentnlVlt was elicited that the Gould millions have nearly doubled since Jay Gould's death, and Anna's' share Is nearly $18,000,000, and her in come near to $1,000,000 than to $600,000, as heretofore stated. The total value of the Gould estate is now $125,000,000. ' ' ORDER TO AMERICANS. Pittsburg Company Successful Bidder Oyer European Competitor. London, Nov. 7. In; competition with European manufacturers an Amer ican steel company today obtained air order for 1,000,000 ($5,000,000) worth of rolling stock for South African rail-' ways. Wehrner, Belt & Co., one of the great South African mining corpo rations, asked for a bid on coal cars, to be delivered to the mines at the. earliest possible date. The Pressed' Steel Car company of Pittsburg is the successful bidder. The American com pany not only made a bid a third lower than any other company, but beat the best European bidder In time by eight months. Notice. 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