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RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Arizona & South Eastern Railroad
PaeiiU Time one hour earlier tlmu City time
U u gal iL
"S 5 1 to JME
A, u. Mile. Stationh Mile. J'. M.
Packard . . ,
, Water Tank.
Ar .Benvon .Lv
Vlas Station gtop ou Signal
Y. R. STILUS, R
O. P. A P. A.
Southern Pacific Railroad.
Benton, leave 4 .57 p. ni.
Tucion, arrhe 7:20 "
Maricopa. " . 9:40 "
fuma, arrive . 8:00 a. m.
Lo Aiiffelei, arrive . 12: noon
Jte niou, lent U.06 u. m
WlUcox, arrive 10;U "
Bowie, " 11:55 "
Lordkbur, " . 1:45 p.m.
Demlu, " 8:80 "
BIPaeo, " o.OU "
Phoenix, ' 6:80 a.m.
Paiieugeia for Phoeulx, from the eutt or
meit, remain at Maricopa over ulelit. Sleep
ing car and hotel acoouunodatlc u.
New Mexico and Ariioua V atlroud.
Mflvuton, leae 5:80 p.m.
faMiank, arrive 6:18 "
NocoUt, " v:(Xi "
Mogate, Ua . 6:10 u. w.
Vairbaak, arrive ...... 7:17 "
Eoa, " 8:41) "
from the Reservation in Graham
Attempt to Loot the Town of Pa-
El Paso, Texas, Nov. 20.- It is re
ported that a band of renegade Apaches
from the reservation in Graham county,
Arizona, attempted to loot the town of
Pacheco, Mexico, last Thursday, and
ihat a conflict ensued which lasted over
an hour, when the Indians fled, which
they did in a precipitate manner, leav
ing twolve of their number dead be
hind. The Mormons vsero fortunate in
that thoy had but six or eight wounded
and none killed, but it is reported that
one man has since died.
It seems that a week ago the Mexi
can authorities received word that 20
or 30 White Mountain Apachos from
near San Curio, in Arizona, had gone
south on a i aiding expedition, with
Mexico as their destination. Tho vari
ous towns on their possible line of
march were warned and made prepara
tions to receive them, so, when they
approached Pacheco they were warned
to go on. This precipitated a fight as
When tho Indians fled the Mormons
and Mexicans from Casa Grandes and
other towns got together and quickly
followed, but as the Indians knew the
country well and are well mounted,
there is but little hopes of catching any
of them, and by this time they are well
on their way home or to join the Ya
quis. It has been impossible to get any
word from Capt. Tuttle, of the Indian
police station at San Carlos, or from
Major Nickelson, acting Indion agent
at the post, but the country is well
warned and no more trouble is feared,
But the settlers will try hard to exter
minate the vermin.
The town of Pecheco is is in tho Mor
mon settlement near Casa Grandes, in
Chihuahua, to which point troops have
General Miles' Report.
Washington, Nov. 20. A feature
of the annual report of Lieutenant Gen
eral Miles, commanding the army, is a
chapter dealing with the need of a
reorganizatfon of the military service.
Miles points out that practical limita
tion of the service of volunteers to one
year's service in the Philippines is a
most expensive practice. He points
out the need of a reserve force for the
relief of the soldiers who serve In the
General Miles renews the recommen
dation that the permanent force should
be one man for each 1,000 of the popu
lation. He submits a draft of a bill
embodying his views. General Miles
says the force in the United States has
been so much reduced that at present
there is not one-fourth enough troops
on the sea coast. He mentions the
gallantry of Col. E. S. Luscum and
Captain Eleiley, who were killed in ac
tion in China, aud Major Jessie M. Lee.
Mile.s claims that the fortification
boaid devoloped a high explosive, su
perior in eftectiveneas to all known
safe military explosives.
Texas Mules Wanted.
New Orleans, La., Nov. 20. The
buying of Amei lean mules and horses
by the British army agents has been
renewed in earnest Orders have been
let for 3,000 mules and 2,000 more
horses, and four big transports aie en
route to this port. The new ordeis
will be filled in Fort Worth, Kansas
Citj and St Louis Some weeki ago
the British arim ugonti in thU city
folded their tents and were awaiting
the tick of the cable instrument to call
them home. They thought the stock
purchasing business was ended and
their work with American mules and
horses was done.
Trouble for Irishmen.
LONDON, Nov 20. J. P. X. O'Brien,
patriarch of the Irish party, says that
before six months are over there will
be 2,000 Irishmen in jail, and piophe
sies a return of the scenes of coercion
days, be-ildos some stormy sessions for
parliament if tho Irish party wore
united and had their way.
BLOMFONTEIN, Nov. 17. The Boers,
on November 15, heavily attacked the
railroad at Ebenburg. It Is reported
that tho Boers were completely cut up
and 75 were killed or wounded.
HANNA PUTS AWAY THE CROWN.
Tells a Republican League He is Not
a Candidate for President.
Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 20. Face to
faco for the first time ince it broke
loose, Senator Hnnnn met his presi
dential boom tho other day. It came
into his private office in the guise of a
committee of the American Loyal Re
publican League, bringing the hand
somely embossed copy of the resolu
tions indorsing the senator for the
presidency that the league adopted
last Sunday night. The senator said:
"I am glad to see you, gentlemen. I
appreciate tho honor you do me very
highly, and 1 thank you and the league
for tho good work you did during the
campaign, but there are threo things I
desire to say to you: First, I am not a
candidate for the presidency of the
United States; second, I will not be a
candidate; third, I would not accept
the nomination if it should be tendered
TO E0RM CATTLE TRUST.
il Is Said $50,000,000 Will Be Re
quired for Deal. '
Cleveland, O., Nov. 20. Goorge
B. Loving, of Fort Worth, Tex., passed
through Cleveland on his way to New
York, where, according to an afternoon
paper, he will conclude negotiations for
a $50,000 cattle trust which will absorb
fifty Texas ranches. Officers of the
leather trust, it is said, will furnish the
Caught in a Well.
Sullivan, Ind., Nov. 20. Thomas
McPheeters, of Palestine, 111., a well
digger, was imprisoned in a well on
Charles Selelchter'a farm, this county,
for thirty-eight hours. He was finally
rescued at 8 o'clock this morning. He
was caught in quicksand, and given up
for dead yesterday. The searchers
left, then a veice was heard and a new
well sunk beside him. Soup was sent
down to him through a rubber tube.
He will live.
Washington, Nov. 20. Southern
democrats are already at work to de
feat the proposed plan of the republi
cans to pass a reapportionment; bill
which, if passed, would reduce the con
gressional representation in the house.
It is felt that the republicans are
likoly to force this issue in the house.
Southerners generally depend on tho
senate to talk the maasure into its
Hongkong, Nov. 20. The bodies of
twenty-two more persons killed on the
shore in the typhoon which struck
Hongkong last Friday night have been
recovered. More than fifty bodies now
have been taken from the harbor. The
damage to property and crops is enor
mouB. The Bisbee Improvement ' Company.
A corporation duly organized under
the laws of the Territory of Arizona,
for the purpose of manufacturing and
selling Ice, Electricity and Tolophone
Service, desire to give the people of
Bisbee an opportunity of becomiug in
terested in the enterprise. Therefore,
they offer for sale Five Thousand
(5,000) shares of the Capital Stock of
the Company at the par value of Ten
Dollars per sharo.
Subscription book will be opened at
the Bank of Bisbee on Wednesday,
November 14th and will remain open
until the 18th inst. Intending sub
scribers should call at the bank during
the regular banking hours, 9 a. m. to 4
p. m. and sign the subscription book for
the uumber of shares for which they
wish to subscribe.
No subscription for less than ten
shares will be considered, and the Com
pany reserve the right to refuse, re
duce or reject any or all subscriptions
Ten par cent of the value of the shares
subscribed must be deposited with the
Bank of Bisbee at the time of signing
The proceeds from the sale of the
above mentioned stock will be applied
to the acquiring and constructing the
necessary plants for the manufacture of
ice, electricity and telephone serrlce,
and such other uses as may be permit
ted under vthe Articles of Incorporation
of this Companj.
Bv order of the Board of Directors.
John B. Angius,
Spencer S. Clawson,
Lemuel c. shattuok,
William H. Brophy.
comprising 13,000 acres of fine feed,
wen watereu dt streams anu springs, i
fannl v.n, '..! Ha- rallrond
v,..vvU ..; v. .j. "- .-...w..
through It with station on premise
making shipping easy. Correspends
solicited. Hollister Estate,
nl7-2w Santa Barbara, Cal.
RICH ORE FOUND IN INDIANA.
Said to Assay $15 Gold and $3.60 in
Silver a Ton.
EVANSVILLR, Ind., Nov. 20. Depos
its of gold and silver have been discov
ered on the farm of Dr. G. O. Wide, in
Warrick county, north of Linuville,
thirty miles from Evansvillo. Speci
mens of tho ore were sent to an assayer
in Cincinnati, who made tests of it. It
shows $1." per ton, gold, and W.J10 per
Wide kept the matter quiet until to
daj, when ho camo to tho cit and
started to organize a stock company of
$100,000 to work the claim. Ho has a
foi ce guarding the farm to prevent anv
tone from stealing the ore.
NEW MONTANA ASPIRANT.
L. frank, a Laroe Mine-Owner.
Wants to Go to the Senate.
Butte, Mont., Nov. 20. II. L.
Frank, ono of the most prominent dem
ocrats in Montuna, a rcpresentathe
businessman and a large mine owuor,
has announced his intention to bo the
running mate of W. A. Clark for the
ofilce of United States senator. Mr.
Frank wan to be tho governor of the
state in the event of the refusal of Jo
seph K. Toole to run, und hii i-uudi-dacy
for the senate overshadows the
aspirations of P. Augustus Hoiiuo. The
announcement has caused a sedation.
The bottom of the Banner mine shaft,
Butte county, Cal., Is 500 feet below sa
Next to mismanagement, the moat
fruitful cause of failure in mine devel
opment is insufficient capital.
The Rio Tinto is Spain's biggest cop:
pur mine, and from about 1,500,000 tons
of pyrites annually extracted about
20,000 tons of copper are produced.
There is an annual profit of about
It is not uncommon to work over the
same ore with cyanide two und oven
three times. Near Wizenburg, Ari
zona, tailings from the old Vnltiuo
mine were recently treated for tho
third time at a profit.
Eastern physicians say that many re
turned Nome gold-seekers have devel
oped symptoms of insanity. The fact
of their going argued such develop
ment in some cases just prior to their
departure. Mining and Scientific
The donations for the library began
Monday. All persons interested in the
school will have an opportunity to ex
press their interest in a very practical
way. The progress of the donations in
the various rooms will, be noted in
Thursday's issue of the Review.
The Tombstone Publio School library
has 700 volumes for circulation, while
our library hai less thau 300 volumes.
In accordance with the suggestion of
one of the members of the school board,
a fire drill will be instituted in- our
The purpose of the drill is to I
enable the teachers, in case of fire, to
get the children out of the building
quickly and without confusion. Tlieie
will also" be an organized effort to ec
unguish tho tire, should one occur.
Ou Thanksgiving night, the 20th,
the Cemetery Committee vvillgire their
grand dance for tho benefit of the cem
etery. Elaborate preparations ate be
ing made to insure a success. The fol
lowing committees have been chosen.
Reception Committee Tom Devine,
Hank Mnodgrasa, Emil Markk, Allle
Sowles, M. Cunniugham, V. R. Stiles
Flooi Committee-N. Nichols, H.
Barkdol, (5. M. Porter, James Allison,
M. W. Merrill, T. J. Woods.
Prompter, J. W. Sheppurd.
A Celebrated Painting.
Anthony Borger's celebrated ml
painting of Abraham Lincoln, which if-'depth of 1,800 feet. It will be driven
now exhibited at the Prankfoit Art ' by hand power during the winter, but
gallerv, is soon to have a place in tho 'a'full plant of machine drills will b
United Slaues consulate at Berlin. Mr ' installed in the spring. It will open a
Berper Istlmatus the value of the pie hillside that is well marked with eood
ture at $3,000. The artist was hoi n m mappings.
Fiaukfoit and studied in the oit 'a in t
v, , u ,, , , . , ' , , MINERS TO HE SlOCKIIOLDERS
schools. He lived fortv-ulne eais In'
the United States. " ' t IMvibUUiiu. No 20. The Pittsburg
j Coal ornnpiiiy has umuguiated h plan
Attention! wliotclv its 20.000 i'mploos nm not
" " 1 onv to become .stqekholduns in the
Lodges, Societies ttud Pui ties W ill I'U ...umium . luiL will havo un juuidiiin. and
xvell pleased to know that Henry Coll-,
mann 0f the BrtfV Caili. Will t.ll.U
their orders for BainiueK Rills ,vA
umer eniuriuiuiut'ni,? mi sum i nnm,i-
; n, , B. At-y , ,-?.
Post Otlice,,Blsbeo, An?.
s ' ?a. it, v"--k f Jh pvtUOffN. ir. -u -uigni eases
3 I l..H. .J 1..S ..U ..r.u7... I.. .J.l.lV. Ar.t.ill.n,.... il,wr,.,. un.l rl,..n '.Initio
l,"'e iitiViWiiAlli, iiSfiiiii.V.ii I. ()nklfliid(.'nl. 'iiom thb dise:iu are lenorted Horn the
i AddW:4j Mi -ii I d-ldUiu'll 7 &iiDmtlWiu. deiisulx tinnulated uuarter occuuied bv
' , o-i-tl f natives.
Silver Republicans Will
Unite Under Bryan.
A BIG TUNNEL SCHEME.
Playuc at Cape Town America's.
Firm Stand Other Items
from All Parts.
LfICr.3 AMERICA'S P1RM STAND.
RitUMEN, Nov. 20. The United
States' firm position in regard to the
murder of an American citizen at Mo
rocco last June greatly pleases every
body here. It is believed that this at
titude will strengthen the demands
which Germany has now made on the
sultan of Morocco in regard to certain
commercial matters. It is ardently
hoped that the United States will carry
the indemnity matter to an issue.
WASHINGTONjJovT-20. Again theie
is serious danger of the dismember
ment of China. Great anxiety now
prevails in official circles here. It is
believed certain powers- namely, Ger
many and Great Britain are determ
ined to demand such heavy indemnity
that China cannot pn, and then, the
money not being forthcoming, terri
tory will be seized for security.
In this spoliation the United States
will not join The United States gov
ernment Is not able to prevent the dis
memberment of China if the European
powers are determined upon that course
for the United States is not in position
to use force to secure compliance with
its demands. All this government cau
do is to protest and to ut.e its moral
force to the utmost In preventing the
Whilo there is great anxiety as to
the intentions of Germany and Great
Britain, hope is not abandoned, and the
state department will continue its ef
forts in behalf of preservation of Chi
na's political and territorial entitj.
TOWNE TO BECOME DEMOCRAT.
Minneapolis, Nov. 20. Leaders of
the "Lincoln Republican" party, better
known as silver Republicans' who have
been in conference in Minneapolis for
1 he last two days, have decided that
union with the democratic party Ik
their wisest course. George H. Shib
U, national committeeman from 111
inois. Charles A. Towne, chairman, and
K. S. Corser, treasurer and diplomatic
agont of the party, havo so agreed,
and (i lettor to that effoct, addressed to
the M"ver Republicans of tho country,
is now under consideration.
This address will take the gronud
that henceforth "the gieat isue in
American politics is the struggle be-
, tvveiMi democracy and plutocracy, un
jperi'ilism and anti-imperialism," and
'tl,nt fl,r "now llhinnnMtin nntv imil.ti.
William Jennings Bryan, is the most
available rallying place for all oppone
nts of plutocracy."
Ono of the loaders said the silver Re
'publican wart no reorganization of
tho democratic party, except in the
' diiection of strengthening the holdou
, tho party organization of such men as
l Mr. Eirvan and his followers.
' A 1U TUNNhL.
The biggest tunnel scheme eei un
jdeitukeii in New Mexico has been
slutted in tho IClizabethtown district.
Il will be under Baldy mouiitair, ami
w ill be 3,000 feet long, and will attalu a
,0ath hind, to bo followed later by a
a,.t. ,.f ..nnotm.in.r .ill lliiuo an,.
nloved b tho caimum in anv canacitv .
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