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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 3 August 1902

THE MINING FIELD CORONADO MINING COMPANY It Is with pleasure that tho Era chronicles the incorporation of the Coronado Mining company uhich has been formed for the purpose of taking over the McLean group of claims near Metralf The authorized capital of the company is 3001000 with shares at a par value of lu each The officers of the company aie as follows B Thompon president John H Anderson treasurer V J Palmer secretary Josiah H Drummond Jr clerk The directors are W B Thompson John K Erskine Jr and H S Anderson The W B Thompson company pf Boston are the fiscal agents The prospectus of the com pany makes the following modest statement The property controlled by the com pany ronits of twenty one claims containing 3io acres and is located near Metralf and Coronado seven miles north of Clifton Arizona The development work which has already been done proves that it is more than probable that the famous Coronado vein from which the Arizona Copper i company I producing a large tonnage of h...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 3 August 1902

il ctXn 2 u i MEXICO CATTLE FOR CUBA BIG MEXICAN BUYER SENDING THOUSANDS INTO REPUBLIC Has Just Closed Deal for 2000 in Chi huahua Is Restocking the Old Ranches Attention Turned to the Cattle Business According to Juan L Bevucitos a cattle buyer of Mexico City now mak ing heavy shipments to Cuba from Monterey and Nuevo Laredo thou sands of head of lean cattle unfit for market are being shipped out of Mex ico in bond for Cuba to restock the ranges of the new republic Mr Revueltos now has a train load bi lean cattle at Monterey ready for shipment to Cuba via Tamplco His agents hate just shipped four train loads from Nuevo Laredo and he has picked up 2000 head In the state of Chihuahua Mr Revueltos says that the Cuban land owners and many Americans who have purchased land there are turn ing their attention to stock raising and predicts that within a few years Cuba will be much more of a cattle country than at any previous time In Its history He says the failure of the United States to ...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 3 August 1902

U R fts III IE ns ft M ItHi v p NACOS FUTURE VERY BRIGHT Thejown Was Visited Yesterday by a Review Representative Who I Gives Some Impressions Received There Naco ib bouud to be the largest port of entry into old Mexico said one of her leading merchants yester day and you will see the wisdom of this statement at no far distant day The citizens of Noca impress the isltor with their Industry and the su preme faith they hate in their town No one can go to Naco and engage the people there In a five minute con ersation without gaining some new idea of the possibilities of the future of the border town and leave firmly convinced that as long as the great copper camp at Cananea and the fam ous Copper Queen at Blsbee succeed and flourish Naco must of necessity thrive and continue to grow In addition to the location that Naco has as a port of entry into Mexico it is extremely fortunate in having an excellent townsite being as level as a floor She has good conservative business men who are en...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 3 August 1902

l Kl if 4 -- V OLD TIME ROBBER AN ARIZONA TALE JOHN P CLUM TELLS ABOUT BILLY HAZZLETON An Interesting Reminesence of Former Days A Hold Up on the Over land Stage in 1878 Jehn P Clum postmaster of Tombstone and editor of the stopped and an old Spanish carbine 50 calibre was thrust in the door and behind this weapon was a tall high wayman He was a sivfootr and athletic He wore hs coat side out and such part of his panta loons as were not tucked in his boots were roughly covered with pieces of Our hands went up The knight of the road then ordered the drivr to throw out the mail pouches and the Wells Fargo treasure box and Joe obeyed without murmuring Then he ommanded us to move on and we continued on to Florence which we reached next morning A deputy sheriff went back In the same coach and wltfi silc of the same place the same robber held it up and re lieved the effice of all he had in cluding his -gun A poose was soon after organized and near the scene of the hold ups found that the r...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 3 August 1902

i i i I gtnnnnmmminmmmnmimnimHimmnimmminmg Chicagos Painless I DENTISTS I 1 PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN THE JOHNSON BLOCK I EXAMINATION 4 ADVICE F R E E I All Work Guaranteed j WATCH FOR CIRCULARS 2 liuiiiiaiiauiuiuiuuiiuuiuiiuaiiUimuiuiiiumiauiiiUK MENS DISEASES CURED ria f Dr O C JOSLXN Reliable Specialist Weakness If other physician hare treated you for -called you were helped only temporarily if at all and tha reason is Tery apparent when the cause of lo s of power in man is understood TVealcness int a wealtnea at all but 13 merely a symptom of chronic inflammation in the prostrate Zland My system of local treatment re mores thi infiamation and is the only treatment that erer has or exer can perma nently restore strength ard rigor Contracted Disorders Many men male the mistake of attempting to cure ihemaelres by the ue of patent nos trums All contracted dUeasei are danger Ms unless treated promptly and scientific oally A partial care may result in los of sexual power through injury t...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 3 August 1902

VI it ft iW i it REV SHIELDS WRITES LETTER HE IS ENJOYING LIFE AT CORO NADO TENT CITY He Has Been Both Stung and Baked but Is Still in Love with the Sea The Elks He Expects to Return to Bis bee Soon uy -Mr Shields left for California three weeks ago and Is expected ting in the reading room provided by the management where magazines for its patrons papers piano easy - il ll A A- Vt A1 and night one hears the singing and The South Bisbee Suit Inquiries among the stockholders of Fobbing of the sea My dear old friend the Review th South Bisbee Mining and Town- will forelve me that a little wniie sue company iirmgs nu uc ura ago I naa tne wisn io aive iuiuuku that breaker It seems to make no difference mat rote nUAfi some more ana mujif P S We are having a good time Its fine H M S j PROBABLY A BURGLAR Some One Tries to Enter a Residence on Quality Hill On Friday night some one tried to ontMnra in the residence 70 MUSIC BISBEE DAILY REVIEW SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 3 BRIEF CITY NEWS The Opera...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 5 August 1902

u i 1 t n ill if it i vA NO TROUBLE AT SHENANDOAH ALTHOUGH THE MILITARY WERE VERY CAUTIOUS IN AN TICIPATION The Funeral of Joseph Biddall Is Held Troops Stationed to Pre vent Trouble Which was Not Offered Associated Press Shenandoah Pa Aug 4 While the situation in this region is calm the troops encamped here showed more activity today than they have on any day since they were ordered to Shen andoah The greater part of the vigi lance was due to the fact that the funeral of Jeseph Biddall who died as a result of injuries received in Wednesday nights riot took place to day Biddall was a brother of Deputy Sheriff Biddall who was one of the principal figures in the fight and a nephew of Sheriff Biddall The men attended the funeral and in consequence there were many ru mors floating that they would be at tacked The rumors reached ungaae headquarters and General Tobin de cided to take every precaution possi ble to prevent any untoward incidents while the funeral was being held with out too...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 5 August 1902

i M s i M 1 j7 M ft BiSBEE DAILY REVIEW Issuid Ererj Morning except Moniiaj CQSoulDAFED U rUB LISHINS CQMPAtiY Andrea all communications to BIS BE DAILY REVIEW Bsbee Aiiz ACTUAL WJMMB PRINTED T0 BAYJ400 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVEN j TON At a meeting pt the democratic ceatral committee of Cochise county held In Bisbee on July 31st 1902 It -was order that the democratic coun ty convention be called to meet In the opera house Bisoee Arizona on the 20th day ot August 1902 at 10 oclock a m The convention is called for the purpose ot selecting delegates to the democratic territorial convention call d to meet at Tucson on the 3d day of September 1902 nominating can didates for the various legislative and county offices to be voted for at the November election of tUis yiear electing a county central committee and transacting such other business as may properly come before said convention Order of business to be arranged by the conrenUoa The following is the number of de...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 5 August 1902

1 I J f 1 Jl 1 t 3 i i 1 il l THE MINING FIELD SCIENTISTS ARE COMING EXTENSIVE EXPLORATION OF CLIFF DWELLERS TO BE MADE A St Louis Party Will Seek For In- formation Conce ning an Ancient Race of People About Which Little is Known Much interest is being manifested J not only in Arizona but in other sec J tions of the country in the proposed visit to the former homes of the cliff dwellers of this territory by a party of prominent St Louis scientists The party will start for Arizona about August 1st and will spend several months amongs the ruins of northern Arizona The most interesting pla ces from a scientific standpoint are tc be found in Yavapai and Coconino counties There are numereus cliffs and cave dwelling homes -Between Camp Verde and Flagstaff near the Moctezuma well Amonc the party will be Dr William I F Parks V Mott Porter of St Louis i and Br Henry M Baum of Washing 1 ton D C They propose to dig fori specimens to be taken to St Louis and exhibited during the worlds fair in ...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 5 August 1902

i P -1 K 1 fnmvtmtuu ass 23K annroached upon this eiagaMiMawMw ewawwtawai wnri thnt I would have statement made and have Mr Cen ters accounts made up ana u n ap peared that Centers was indebted to the company in any sum whatever for the company that I would as attorney pany proceed against Mr Centers But as I was Mr Centers friend and had confidence in his integrity they ji hove tn show me some facts other than the mere statements of men w side or affairs was to adopt drastic measures and for this reason he was compelled to bring the matter to an issue by arresting Centers Mr Harlan asked thie company attorney W P Miller to try the case for the company against Mr Centers but he would not do so and Mr Harlan was obliged to get other counsel while Attorney Miller defends Mr Centers How did the accounts stand when you turned the books over to the company at the time of your resigna tion The books -showed at the time I turned them over to the company that there was 330220 unaccounted fo...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 5 August 1902

4 3 ft i I i rv 1fl I r I- DOUGlAS ITS GROWTH THE GREAT REDUCTION WORKS WILL EMPLOY AN A MY OF MEN ABOUT THEIR CAPACITY Forty eight Buildings Now Being Built The Company Store Two Banks Doihg Business Other Business Enterprises A stranger when he slights from the train at Douglas into one of the finest depot buildings In Arizona and la told that two vera aim Douglas had not been sur veyed or staked out and that ine nrst buildings erected there are hardly eighteen months old- he Invar iably wipes his eyes and takes another glance at the place The buildings are scattered over a townslte coveW tng a Bection of land though at many places the houses are getting real thick About the depot the principal bnsiness is now carried on but im portant new buildings are going up further out from the depot east on Tenth streeL It is probable that the business center of the place will be as far ast as O street and perhaps still further east The regularity of Douglas In the arrangement of the streets...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 5 August 1902

u 1 t fa u r is r It TACTS IN FEW LINES Tlie most dangerous clement of Illu minating gas Is carbonic acid French charities lu London arc to benefit by 11550 collected in Paris by the Figaro Electric railways are rapidly dis placing the old fashioned diligences in Iwitzerland One of the Cre department horses in Baltimore is extremely fond of Urn burger cheese and eats it with evident relish Successful efforts buve recently been Bade in Westphalia to Induce the coun try people to retain then national cos tumes Recent analysis has shown the r I r ui b Bj uie iu - mineral lands mines mining rights England to be strongly impregnated mh rleht anis buid Kith cusoui salts n rghtg an privileges machinery one nuwlrea auu Jifty landladies j oter property whatsoever have beau summoned Aieimj for Uame that natural persons mi for each jeur about 40 A white badger which Is amost as great a rarity us a white blackbird was killed recently by the Axe Vale England badger hounds Connecticut payb a boun...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 5 August 1902

11 I ft k ll11 - lil III JlUHV IMlllllllnUIlLllllllllllfl tlilllllllJL vgS HIE ARMY IN THE PHILIPPINES By Secretary of War EL1HU ROOT jrrrlpTvrrnTiVrfllriiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiilltillrliMlllriiiiiw4i terf CXfxaS2l E of good cheer American soldiers When the record comes to be made up in the cool judgment of the American people and of mankind AFTER CUBA WITH ITS BRILLIANT PAGE AFTER NA WITH ITS GLORIOUS ACHIEVEMENTS WILL BE WRITTEN ANOTHER PAGE EQUALLY BRILLIANT EQUALLY GLORIOUS ON WHICH WILL BE RECORDED THE ACHIEVEMENTS IN WAR AND IN PEACE OF THE AMERICAN ARMY EN THE PHILIPPINES Our soldiers have been criticised and some of them hare beea accused but whatever the severeness of calumny however readj men at erse here may be to believe to repeat to rejoice in accuse tiorib against our brethren who are fighting under the American flag ii support of American sovereignty away upon the other aids of the world let me tell you that the president and the secretary of war and the officers the public...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 5 August 1902

y i 4 j SOUTH BISBEE LAW SUIT JUDGE ALLEN OF LOS ANGELES SUSTAINS DEMURRER TO 1 PLAINTIFFS COMPLAINT A Surprise to Bisbee Stockholders Who Were Behind the Suit It Is Likely the Case Will Be Appealed from the Decision on the De murrer There was a flurry created yester day among the local stockholders of the South Bisbee Mining and JTown site Development company when it became Known that a decision had been rendered in the superior court In Los Angeles adverse to their claims in a lawsuit Instituted in Los Angeles against the board of directors of the company In which an injunction was asked for to prohibit the board from issuing certain treasury stock of the company When the time came on for the trial of the injunction proceed ings a demurrer was filed by the at torneys of the Los Angeles stockhold ers The demurrer was argued early in June and submitted and decision was withheld till Friday lasL the complaint but there is a decided opinioirhere that it would be better to get the case...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 6 August 1902

K JT iV V VOLUME VI - HAS WHITE STEPPED DOWN t EMBASSADOR TO GERMANY RE PORTED TO HAVE RESIGNED Not Confirmed at the State Depart ment But it is Though Likely Those Mentioned as His Probable Successor Associated Press Washington Aug 5 The report has reached Washington today and was published In the afternoon papers that Embassador White had placed his resignation in the hands of the president as representative of this government at Berlin but it is state that no information has been received at the state department indicating that Embassador White has resigned but the announcement is not unex pected as report was current some time ago that he would retire from public life upon reaching his seven tieth birthday Several gentlemen in the diplomatic service have been mentioned in con nection with the Berlin embassy should Embassador White retire the most prominent being Dr David Jayne Hill now first assistant secretary of state and Bellamy Storer the present minister to Spain o ROB A TR...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 6 August 1902

U i r it i j 5 n fa IlttnhiiyiiM BISBEE DAILY REVIEW DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES At a meeting of the Cochise county Democratic Central Committee held In Bisbee on the 31st of July 1902 it was ordered that 14th day of August 1902 be and hereby Is set as the day for holding the democratic primary elections throughout the county for the purpose of choosing delegates to the democratic county convention to be held In the Opera house Bisbee Cochise county Arizona on the 20th day of August 1902 at 10 oclock a The democrats of the various In the county are invited to as semble and elect their own boards of -primary election offlcers and choose delegates to the county convention except in the precincts of Bisbee and Tombstone where the local members of this county central committee will arrange all details for holding the pri mary elections giving voters ample notice thereof The following is the number of dele gates appointed to each precinct based on the vote for delegate to congre33 In 1904 Bisbe...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 6 August 1902

I- f THE NINING FIELD CALUMET AND ARIZONA An Estimate of the Companys Future Production The Dally Mining Gazette of Hough ton Michigan prints the following con cerning the Calumet and Arizona Min ing company whose properties are at Bisbee Arizona At the present time the comapny is erecting a ssmelter which will have a capacity for treating about 300 tons of ore daily which should be blown In not later than October 1 The capaci uary so for the year 1903 the com pany should be treating an average of 600 tons ot ore dally and produc ing about 900000 pounds of copper dally borne idea of the figure which thismine will cut in the worlds pro duction may be gained from this state- PROFITS FROM MINES During the past sK months accord ing to the New York Engineering and Mining Journal stockholders in 132 mining corporations divided J94506 595 in profits and this too with a J 1 MAnAln n kn nnMilnn nt struck In the latter shaft Journal Miner I We larn from Mr Gast of Red ln i 1 t - v i xim iY ma...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 6 August 1902

V 11 tion At The Fair Monday August Utht DIED IN DENVER WM H GARDNER WAS A BROTHER-IN-LAW yjh WAL TER DOREDER OF BISBEE He Was -X Landscape Artist and a Man Prominent and Highly Re spected An Imposing Funeral Mr Walter oreder well known in Bisbee has received the news of the death of hU William H Gardner of Denver Colorado Mr Gardner was the husband of a sister of Mr Doreder He was forty eight years old and had lived In Denver since 1878 He went to Denver from Tiffin Ohio Besides his widow the deceased leaves a daughter From the Denver Republican Is taken the fol lowing account of Mr Gardners fun- death so shocked his multitude of friends was Fridav afternoon The funeral was largely atViiilcil ly al ciits s for Mr Gardner ha l long lioi z hi ri ness at Thirty sixth and Merrill streets and had made hosts of friends More than one hundred children with their parents filed past the bier to gaze for the last time into the face I opiinir this particular ground to the -- I- WILL BEGIN Ever...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 6 August 1902

u I- fx If fl I WMttWH4iA THE EARLY DAYS IN TOMBSTONE A FORMER RESIDENT CALLS TO MIND STIRRING EVENTS The Camp Sprang Into Existence Al most tn a Day The Vigilance Organization Robbery and Mur der in Bisbee A former resident of Tombstone fell into a reminiscent mood in Phoe nix one day last week and the Ga zette got from him the following con cerning the early days In Cochise county Tombstone like many another min ing camp sprang into existence al most in a day Tents and rough houses grew like mushrooms Soon the camp became the headquarters of the great southwest Northern Sonora was too far away to attract the miners prospectors and cowboys so they flocked to Tomb stone The streets of the town were filled night and day with a strangely mixed crowd Cattle kings cow punchers mining kings and penniless prospectors rubbed elbows and help ed to furnish the place excitement There were army officers from ad jacent posts and marshals and dep uty marshals in plenty but mere show of authority...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 6 August 1902

r 1 I IN THE TERRITORY THE RAIN A BLUFF Notwithstanding the bluff the clouds have been making and the flurry in the river a lew days ago the stage ol the water is rapidly returning to ltB nor mal condition of nothing There was hardly more at the Arizona bead the middle of the afternoon yesterday than there had been before the rain Comparatively little of the water that fell ever reached the river W D appeared when It struck the sands of the desert as water does when it is poured on a red hot stove W D Frazee who has charge of the dam came to town yesterday morning He said that the water supply during the so called freshet was the most erratic he bad ever seen The division of it by him and Commissioner Trott was a mathematical problem which kept them up night and day The Water kept rising without warning and then with equally as little notice it would disappear Phoenix Republican A SCIENTIST Last week Nogales was visited by Dr A3es Herdlicka a scientist of note who was returning from...

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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