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oobmsE bevibW "Webnssday EVENING. NOVEMBEE 7. 1900
Jones & Murphy Z& Painters
PAPER HANGERS. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
GIVEN ON ALL WORK 75,
Shop Next Door to Cochise Review
Straw rides, Horseback Rides, Boating;,
Fishing, and Hunting and doing
nothing In the country makes you
HUNGRY AND THIRSTY
But H. Collmann of the Brewery Cate will serve
you. Come ami sea hit new received
Delicacies from nearly every part of the globe. Gotha Cer
velat, Gotha Truffle Liver, Strassburger Goose Liver Truffle,
Italian Salami, French Lyonese, Wiemar Mettwurst, Frank
furter and Wiener, Sauerkraut and Horseradish, Pomerania
Boneless Goosebreasts, Westphalia Ham, Pigs Feet, Lubecker
Sausage (to be fried), Pates de Fole Gras, Tongue, Felton
Ruben and Mixed Vegetables in Cans, Boston Baked Beans,
Helnze'a Pork and Beans in Tomatoes, Bismark Delicacies
and Pickled Holland Herrings, Oavier Neunaugen (fish), Dill
and sour Pickles, Swiss, Iamburger.Rocquefort.Liederkrauz,
Koppen and Swiss Krauter Cheese. French Sardines and the
finest Russian SardelleB, 'Eels in jelly, also Smoked Eels and
Salmon; Gooseliver Purry, Wtjstphalia Pumpernickel in Tin
Cans, Fresh Oysters, Anheuser Busch Beer and fine Table
Wines on hand.
You are respectfully invited to call at the Brewery Cafe
and see for yourself.
Do Vou Want
If so, call and see
Mr. R. Zellner. of the Zellner Piano Company
Who will be in Bisbee three or
four days. He will have his
SCHMIEDIINGS Jewelry Store
I.W.Wallace : :
AGENT AND BROKER
Representing Mining Prop
erties. Real Estate Bought and Sold.
Money Loaned and Invested.
ilrs. fl. E. Bruton
Cleaning and Dyeing
By Dry Process
Drestmakina a spcolalt
Near Raub's Bicycle Shop,
QSO. C. CLABK. E. M.
C. W. MITCHELL
Examinations and reports made on
mining properties. Desi&na furnished
tor ail kinds of mining and milling
Assays made in Dupli
cate, 60 cents a metal.
Qualitative and quantitative analyses
madn of any mineral substances.
Surveys of Patents In
Arizona and Mexico.
BISBEE anil MC08ARI
TIM TAFT, Prop.
Leaves Bisbee on Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
Arrives Bisbee Tuesday, Thursday
Goes through from Bisbee to Naco
iari In a day and a half
Conner Oueeu Htorc
Where Information can bt hod.
W. M. LIGGETT, Proprietor
Arrives at Bisbee atlj a. m. Leaves
one' hour after arrival of A. & S.
fc'aires Naco at 9:30 a. m.
Trip each way made in one and a quar
Wholesale and Retail Dealer to
.Liquors, wines Giaors and lonoccos.
Me inthe Wall Jlwls
C M. Henkel, Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler
W? - . . 1
f am prepared to supply any
quantity of first-class Brick on
snort notice on board cars . .
W. C. FERRIS
First-Class Driving and Saddle
Horses. The O. K. Livery Stable It
the largest and beat equipped in Ariz.
CORNER O. K. AND RAILROAD AV.
Good Service, Prompt Attention
PRESTON FLETCHER, PROP.
Leave orders with S. K. Williams.
B 1 a m.v,in
prompUyprottrtd, OB NOTES. Stnd model, listcb,
7BES. flmt Urmt Tr oStred to lnrentors.
PATINT LAWYERS OF M TEAKS' PEAOTI0S.
Audulbus coaMtnUil. boani savlw Faithful
Trios. ModsreU hirgw.
wrc. A. SNOW & CO.
Opp. U. 8. Patent Office, WASHINGTON, 0. a
Leaves Bisbee Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays at 7 a. m.
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Bisbee Headquarters at Greene Con
solidated Copper Company's Office,
Rooms H and 12 Angjus Hotel.
Cananea Headquarters, Greene Con.
Copper Company's Offices.
MUinU UCAT UADIfCT
L. J. OVERLOOK, Proprlttor
PHOENIX BEEF.Voal, Mutton, Pork,
Lamb and Sausage of all kinds
BREAD, PIE8 AND CAKE8
Ou baud or to order. Wedding Oaken
BREWERY AVENUE, BISBEE
Directly on the road to Naco,
Wlnea, Liquors and Cigars.
Your Patronage Solicited.
CHARLES HULL, PROPRIETOR
S. K. WILLIAMS
Justice of the Peace
PRECINCT NO. 2
Regular Republican Nominee
Hair Dressing and
Hair and Scalp Treating a Specialty, Facial
Treatment and Manicuring:. A Full Line of
Toilet Accessories. Hair Switches, and Wigs,
Pompadours, etc. Hair renewed permanent
ly hy Electricity. All Work Guaranteed.
AT THE FLOOD CATE
MRS. R. RITGH
J. B. ANGIUS & GO.
Main Street - - Bisbee, Arizona
OPEN DAYJND NIGHT
OTTO W, QEISENHOFER, Prop.
Plant situated in
Upper Mule Gulch.
City Office. Wallace Building.
The J. H. Jaek
Lumber Co . .
THE STUDEBAKER WAGONS,
BUGGIES, CARTS, ETC.
Bisbee - - - Arizona
E. G. ORD GO.
Work in all ltaDrtcaes.rpeo6nd;,ttand
Goods bought and Void.
NEXT TO BREWERY
CHAMPAGNE, THE TAJfcOR.
Garments made by us have the
Style, Fit and
That Well-dressed Gentlemen
To William Evans, your hojrs or.aiilgna:
Tou are hereby notified that one hundred
dollars was expended 14 labor and improve
menu upon the NlKUt H&wk Lode in order
to hold the said premises ufldor the provi
alons of Section 324, Revised Statutes of the
United States, hein the amount required to
hold the same for the year ending December
81, 1899, and if within ninety days after this
nubilcatlon vou fail or refuse to contribute
your proportion of such expenditure m 't
co-owner your .interest, la said claim will
beeome the. Property of the subscriber un
der said Section 2824.
Haeby H. MoMahn
First publication Sept, 18 1900.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Edward L. Hoffman deceased.
Notice la hereby (riven by tbo undersigned,
administratrix of the estate of Edward L,
Hoffman, deceased, to the creditors of, and
allpersroi huving- elalmi aealnst the said
deceased,jto exhibit them with therneonesry
within f ur months after the first publica
tion of this sotloe to the said administratrix
at the office of S. K. Williams, 'n Bisbee, the
same bein? ti.e place for the transaction of
business or said estate In snid county of Co
chise. RBBEOOA Ni HCOHES.
Administratrix of Estate of Ed. L. Hoffman,
Dated at Bisbee, Ariiona, this 24th day of
First publication October 8. 1900.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Patriok Cunningham, deceased
Notice is hereby jclvon1 by the undersigned,
administratrix of the estate of Patrick
Cutinlnuham, deooas d, to the creditors of
and all persons having olalms acralnst the
said deceased, to exbitut tnem, witnineneo
essary vouoners, wittnn ten montnsaner tne
first puhllontion of this notice to the said
administratrix at Ulsbee, tne same being
the plaoe for th transition of business of
a of t
said estate, in said county of Cochise,
Administratrix of the Estate of Patrick
Bisbee, a. t tnis nxst Clay or
lrst publloatlon Jum fi, 1009,
OUR EIGHTS Ifl CHINA
Translation and Study of the United
An International irnderstnndltiK
Drought About TIirotiRh Trans
actions lletwoen Our Got
ernment und Dciiinn rk.
The relation of thv United States
to the responsible government of
China is. in. sonny respects, dlfl'eieiit
from that of any other nation. At
the present horrible cmi all is coli
fusion anil chaos. In the tuture n
lasting- settlement is to hi made It
will be full of difficulties hut nierioa
holds' u place of antu;;e The 'follow
ing parugrp-1 . (.l.iin. jn part, whj
this is ; -h the litli officials of
China understand us better than they
do anj nation of Km ope When the
first Chinese legation 10 Hie United
States settled iu Washington it was
accompanied by a eiy intelligent and
cultivated attache. ) name Tsai Sih
Yung He came oi fin ancient Chi
nese iamily, one of 1hkc members
had been irimt roin)ti of the em
plreaa'erv nnnsu.il , ost for a pure
j Chinese to 'hold under a Mnhchu .Tar
tar dynasty. He was "d graduate ot
Dr. Martin's college at Perking and
nttd? also taken his bachelor's degree
in the Chidese examinati6ns During
his residence in Washington he formed
a close friendship with Dt Edward
S. Holden, then one of the astrono
mers of the United States naval ob
servatory. In one of their conversa
tions Tsal was asked the object 'of
the coming of his legaYion l "Why,
it is to make a treaty with your
country." "And how "is a treaty
made?" "It is a written agreement
between your president and our em
peror." "Nothing more?" "Xo, noth
ing more than this." It transpired
that Tsai, and his minister as well,
was totally ignorant of the treaty
making functions of the senate, and
they were thrown into consternation
when they heard the story of the re
jection of the treaty with Denmark
by the .senate after President Grant
had arranged for the cession of the
Danish West Indies, and after the
confiding Danes of St. Thomas and
Santa Cruz had formally voted to ac
cept American citizenship.
.Out of this conversation, iays the
New York Sun, giev. a project to
translate the constitution of the
United States 'into the Chinese lan
guage. For many monthstthe China
man and the American met daily,
Each -provision of the constitution
Was carefully explained and" discussed
an& then' written down, with a com
mentary ;"- ton a subsequent day the
Chinese translation was rendered
back into English and again discussed
untiljaHSvai "cTear. J DouStf ukpoints
were referred to Frederick W Whit
rldgeriEsq.rnf .the afewa Yorkbar,;
in writing; orj occasionally to Mr Jus
tice Bradley, of the supreme court.
Finally the document was completely
and T3atisfacorlly translated with a
marginalcommentary and sent as an
official dispatch to the tsung-H-yumen
iaiPeKng.- A copy of it was deposited
by; 'President Holden in' the library
ot'tht- University of California, "where
IvnoW'la. On Tsai's part it had been
& labor of lov -and -on ,jhis 'return to
China . it j won for- him official ad
vancement in rank and placer His
AnfericarP coadjutor was glad to fpve
a portion of hi time 'every day -for
dearly a -year "to this public service
which has "resulted in making the
high .officials in Peking understand
the Uni.ted States 'of America as they
understand no other country. They
are ihimaelves a literary people and.
sre"u84'to relying on the written,
word, rThey know the organisation
of Great" Britain or of'Germany in a
very1 'different way from that of our.
ojrri country, and we are, according-,
ly, trusted at no other country is.
tOur opportunities at the present
crisis ar unique. Every European
government is distrusted by all the
high, ojflcials,, at Peking by those
friendly to foreign inventions as well
as by those-who -hate and -despise the
fortigneriitod- all his work, .When
the time comes to adjust a final and
lasting.settlement for the'future'it is
In the 'poren of Arderica-f o 'take a
high stand. The constitution of our
government is understood. It is
known, that ,yfe desire no territorial
acquisitions. We desire and we mean
tohave the freest opportunities- for
trade, and above all things the fullest
protection for our citizens in foreign
patts. -,It may be necessary for our
troops to join with those of Europe
and Japan 'in a punitive expedition.
M-iaiyeven be necessary to raie the
walls of, Peking to the ground, to
plow thViite'afid sow it with salt, as
th Tartar' Chief Jenhiz Khan was
usid to do with the rebellious cities
of? Bokhara and Turkistan. All this
will be understood ae a deserved pun
ishment for acts which even the Chi
nese cannot defend. But in the final
adjiistmento't relations America may
hold a uniqtfs- place; and this posi
tion of moral vantage should ba safe
guiardad Is all our acts.
DROVvAlJSD IN A FLOOD.
IBJjtlitMa Haadred Fathrd Cv
tmres Ware Victims of Ilia
man tal Fry.
jjOn. th night of August 12, says the'
St. Loula Giobs-Deinocrat, after north
eastern Kansas had been sweltering
without rain for ovar 30 dnys, the
creeks were drying up and the farm
ers were beginning to grumble about
a "drought," a big black cloud
loomed up over the northern horizon.
Horton was treated to a display of
electrical fireworks and then the
wind began to blow. A lull followed
and Horton went to sleep At about
one o'clock people lhing along the
creek south of town found water
suddenly rising on the bedroom
I" o u . e iu L.Jicr a iiiaxi car-
ij. il I .- iii. tli'ouf'. the water waist
iti'fjt i !. h ffii'ioi'l Tin dam which
lu'ii' i hi' .own " !ii k'l'l' r!u,e
i ii'vej lb were i
swtjii out. nd all this in ahum 10
mi' 'Hf-- .
, II " oi;hi morning ex -Major Leer
'?V .seii"pd a dmd bird in )ns path
iuui ti tl.o'j-r eniln sin, ' more.
A.li'' -M) : wa enl'i'd t') vi'mvi. 'ind
:i. , '.iM '& oiekei iii ct ueigh
titi h at-iyv-'d and took a Imiirl in I lit
imiue JianeM.' oe' -cuttles .ash
lioilei'v, t) Is and u. ,kets were
lirouglitand fiUeil Spjriow- wrens,
Ulackbifils lobin- and iMeiy feath
my tenant of the groc were repre
fcnUd Une woiuan mcktil up 161
birds without moving in her steps.
When the count was made it disclosed
' DIV.QRCE IS TOO COMMON.
Tke Court ot Knylnnd Arc Ural
Tit em More Than rr
Official figures show thut the di
vorce court in England was not near
ly so busy in 18 as it had been in
1897. In the Iattci year 583 and in
1898 43 marriages were dissolved It
is worthy of note that oer 65 per
cent, of the petitions presented to
the divorce court had refeience to
marriages of from five to twenty
years' standing The majority of all
the petitions presented were from
husbands, but of those relating to
marriages of 20 and more years' dura
tion "the larger number were from
wives. An interea'cin? feature of the
'figures of 'the English dhorce court
"indicates the auspices under which
the marriages ituwas in IS93 asked to
annul w'eie celebrated About 70 per
cent are to be credited to the estab
lished -church, about pjght icr cent
to other denominations and about 20
-per cent to the registry oftlce The
Yhct that tuo-fifths of all the mar
Tiages dissolved were childless leads
to the reflection that absence of chil
dren from the fireside tends to the
dissolution i of thp mariiage tie.
TKere is no' doubt that the presence
of children is a source of strength to
the matrimonial bond, because it
adds unspeakably to the happiness of
the married couple
Russia's AVn) of Raising; Money.
The recent increase in Russia of
all duties on imported goods is des
tined to pay for the Chinese exDe-
t'dition . Thus, says the Vienna Frem-
denblatt, Russia defrays the expense
of the, alliance war out of the pock-
r ets of the allies. The cotton goods
of England and Germany, the jewels
and the wine of France, the prod
ucts of America, Italy and Austria
must make it possible for Russia
to fight side to side with England,
Germany, France, America, Italy and
Austria Perhaps the high duties
will s.till remain when the last Boxer
has yielded to the international
forces So Russia will be & winner,
anyway. Wise Mr. Witte.
Oysters Mutt Hstc Salt. .
Oysters cannot live in the Baltic
sea. The reason is that it is not
salty enough. They can only live
in water that contains at least 37
parts of salt in evary 1,000 parte of
WANTED TO KICK A MAJCR.
WltLstoB- Churchill's Little Joke on
Among the assembled officers;' at a
recent supper In South Africa was a
very pompous; self-opinionated major,
whose rank commanded for him a re
spectful heai ing, but whose habit of in
structing his brethren in matters mili
tary 'b'o'th in and out of seaion, made
him rather unpopular Winston
Churchill and the major sat side by side
at tfie table and the mattial poten
tate' voiced his opinions in the usual
manner Churchill bore the infliction
dumbh for a season; then, taking ad
vantage of a pause, when the major
vanted to take a breath, he said. Very
complacently and irrelevantly "Do
you know major, I met a man this
morning who Would gladly forfeit JO
for the pleasure of kicking ou"
"Kicking me sirl" roared the angry
major, "kicking me' I must ask jou
to mention his name immediatelj '"
"But the fact is. major, I am not sure
that I ought to tell you," replied
Chin chili with well-assumed crM'icr
"But I rsis: en Incwir? hr narr a
once sr"' vhoutec the mcihr.t .li
cer now led with rage 'Wt' I
suppose I must teh you It vtatu i or
young fellow in the hospital hu l.hi
lost both of his legi by the burstiry i.t
s shell "
DREADED THE CHINESE.
Wife ot the Italian .Minister at Pa
Icing Did .Vol Wish to Oo
The Italian minister in 'Peking,
Marquis Salvaggo Raggi, has with
him his wife and only child,
Paris, a boy eight years old. He is
a handsome man, about 35 years old
while his- wife is beautiful to cr
unusual degree She was alv sj
called 'La "Bella Palalvicini ' fceics
her marriage She was extrccii.-.
reluctant to go to China wnen ux
husband was appointed minister in
1896 having already been there when
the marquis was attache at the le
gation Being timid and nervous bj
disposition, she was in continual fear
because she could not bring herself
to truBt the natives She was "not
with her husband when his appoint
ment was decided upon and, seeing
tho'annoUncement in the newspipir,
telegraphed: "I hope the horrible
news Is not true." In factthfe ftttw
minister left Italy for Chlhtf alons,
to be greeted on his arrival by the
news of his father's death. Afftar
that the 'marohioness join3'nlht',at
Pour Million Dollars Wasted in
Growing and Curing.
Th Principal Grovrera Had to Band
JCxparta to Spain and Italj
to Lfarn th Hualnaaa
"The prejudice which existed until
quite recently in this counutrj
against the domestic grown lemon is
fast disappearing and American con
sumers of the fruit arc beginning to
appreciate the fuct that ac line lem
onb can now be obtained from south
ern California as tu-i came from
Mediterranean ports," remarked a
wholesale fruit merchant in 'uvr
York to a Washington Star writet
the other day "Indeed, as far a
shape, size, pungency and good keep
ing qualities are concerned the Cali
fornia product has within the past
four years become a dangerous rival
of the best Italian and Spanish fruit
The annual consumption of lemona
in the United States amounts to about
5,000,000 boxes In 1S90 Italy arid
Spain supplied us with 4,700,000 boree
of lemons and 30Q.OO0" boxes wre
grown in California. Last year, there
were imported from Mediterranean
countries 3,800,000 boxes of lemons
and 1,200,000 boxes of the frdit- came
from the Pacific coast This year th
Importation of lemons will be con
siderably smaller than ever before
and, providing the present high stan
dard of the California fruit is main
tained, the growers of the state will
in the course of 'a few seasons buc
ceed in 'driving the Mediterranean
lemons from our markets, just as -they
have driven out the foreign prunes
"While lemons have been grown 'in
southern California for over a hun
dred years, the cultivation of the
fruit as a commercial industry dates
only from 1832. In that year- the
first grove was started on a large
scale at Riverside with the intention
of producing fruit to compete in the
eastern markets with that imported
from Italy and Spain The zeal for
lemon growing soon spread to Po
mona allej, to Santa Barbara, Ven
tura, Ontario " and Pasadena, where
the growers, In trying to make the
cultivation of the fruit -a-profitable
industry, met with a great many, dis
couragements and failures for the
first half dozen years, ,
"The trees grew and bore some ex
cellent fruit, but while it was found
that a shapely, thin-skinned- and juicy
lemon could be produced on the trees,
it was found a difficult task to cure
the fruit fso. that Jt would, not only .not
rot and show olemtshes, but wpuld
retain its pungency and oiliness of
peel, as well as its full acid juiciness
from the picking season in winter
until the follow uag nmmsr when it
was wanted .by the consumer .. ,
"The art of curjng lemons was only
properly learned bj' the CalJforniahs
in 1897, when the principal lemon
growers clubbed together arid sent
experts over-to Italy "and-Spaint td
learn the business, andVpow they are
producing excellent results To make
the lemons sour they are picked be
fore they begin to turn yellow "The
fruit is then put in a curing house,
where it is kept at .S" temperature of
about 50 degreesifor some 20 days,
which 'sweats out' all the sugar It
is then removed to another temper
ature for 60 days"more before it is.
readj for the market' Thufthe high
est degree of acid and the largest'de -gree
of juice is obtained One of the
curious effects ot this 'sweating proc-'
ess is to reduce tbo thickness of the,
skin. It originally grows- thick and
tough, but the acid seems to eat it
up. Rough estimates put the capital
invested in California in growing and
curing lemons with all the appurten
ances at $1,500,000.
"The person whose knowledge of
lemons is limited to an occasional pur
chase of a dozen will be surprised to'
learn that there are 17 distinct va
rieties grown in California and Flor
ids. These differ in size, shape, qual
ity and skin and in keeping qualities'
But there are only four varieties that ,
have any popularity in California and
in eastern markets. These are the
Eureka, Lisbon, Villa France-and Bon"
nia Brae." '"
THE PRESIDENT'S WORKSHOP.
That Whale Kstst tia&.'-of the Seoond
rissr ot the White House
U'scJ. for Oabas.
Tha whole esst ,end.of the .white
house on the. secofli floor Is given, up
to public pirposesthe offices of tht
president hisr secretarie and the ex
ecutive clerks, the cabinet room anc
the telegraph room, writes Rene Bache
In the Ladles' Home Jburria! Foi
conveniecce the. room last named ad
joins President McKinley's own office
and the electric-ipparatuj which it
contains places Kim in cotnmunfcatioti
by tj.egraph rrrcir all parts of the
world and by telephone v. it ail points
reached by thevCBjj-yhsarice system
A special kind ot teiephon- which .has.
no. 'central', enables him to converse '
privately; with $e beads of the de
partments The cabinet room is tbout
one-thirdas "big as it should be, anc
the library next to it contains an in
ferior collection of books, consisting
mainly of out-of-date editions of his
torical and classical works. A glas
door across the main corridor, which
runs lengthwise through the whit'
house, shut3 off the offices described
from the slctping quarters of the f am
"Oot any fresh hen's 6ggs?" asked the
storekeeper at Hlkup' Corner
"Yep," replied the farmer "Here's
11 or eight, laid by tht freshest hiyi
in the business."-Phlladeiphu. Xorth