ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Bisbee Daily Review Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 52,861 items from Bisbee Daily Review, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
52,861 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 15 August 1902

h 1 it t u t Tnoansanti THE MINING FIELD CREEL WANTS MORE MONEY long felt and pressing necessitj in slon The wnily bottle 60 cent local mining circles Douglas Lacey contains a supply for a ye Co are the fiscal apents for the Standard Smelting and Refining com pany and Capt Phillips of Prescott Is the local head man of Douglas Lecey Co A J MAS0Nf Prop President O B Steen of the Eure 1 UPPER MAIN ST hexe Flood Gate ka Mining company who are rmftM Dnnmc ing in the Huachucas reports a re- UHI1 Comfortable HOOfllS BISBEE DAILY REVIEW FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 15th 1 can be finished in a very short time It is possible that it will all be done today There is comparatively little equal izing to do The assessors of the coun ties came nearer getting together than they had ever done before All of Big Suit tgalnst Mine and Smelter them however were careful not to Supply Company Filed get too high so the equalizing will consist of raises The mostly Juan A Creel of Chihuahua Instl average be much tut...

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. — 15 August 1902

is NpN C SHANNON NOW IN BISBEE A Pioneer of Arizona and a Democrat Interviewed Staunch by a Re- view Reporter Charles M Shannon of Graham county arrived in Bisbee last even ing on a delayed train from Benson and was seen at the Copper Queen hotel by a Review reporter Just be fore he retired for ae night Mr Shannon has been making a tour of Arizona in the interest of his candidacy and comes direct to Bis bee from urabam county which Is his home When asked for an expression bearing on the race for congress Mr Shannon said I have spent the greater part of the last thirty days in the north and while I expect that a majority of the delegates from that portion of the territory will be for Colonel Wil son my friends who have been zeal ous In my behalf assure me that the vote from the north will be divided Beyond this Mr Shannon did not i A CANDIDATE FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS ON DEMO- I CRATIC TICKET All American and National League Stars Will Play at Naco and Tucson meets in California and ...

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. — 15 August 1902

ii M i ft s m m AN ARIZONA WOMAN ON THE WAR PATH WILL SHOOT GEN CHAFFEE IF HER CLAIM IS HELD UP SangulnaryThreats Made By Mrs An nle White of Verde Arizona on Her Return From Washington I am going back to New York to meet Geneial Chaffee when he returns from the Philippines and if he doesnt give me satisfaction Ill shoot him as dead as a door nail I told Gener al Miles that and he said I wouldnt Bet it that way but to wait and leave my claims to congress Ive waited long enough I want a settlement now Mrs Annie White of Verde Ari zona was a passenger on this morn ings S P irom Washington and even -a blind man would know that there was blood in her eye when she got off the train Six times Ive traveled this road to Washington trying to get lustice and I haent got It yet she said to a Herald reporter Now Im tired of it and something is going to drop I wish jou would write this thing up I used to live in El Paso and have friends here My husband was stationed at Fort Bliss back In 1893 wi...

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. — 15 August 1902

i i i t IF- DIFFICULTIES ENCOUNTERED BY THE SURVEYING PARTY The Distance ic 277 Miles SJate Line Butte Established as a Land mark H B Carpenter of Kenwood Cal a civil engineer who has Just com pleted a survey of the southern line of Utah is In Washington to consult with government officials concerning a contract which he has taken to es tablish the southern boundary of Col orado In Utah and Arizona Mr Carrcner ant his associates encount eied many hardships and located the boundary through a territory which the Mormon residents of Southern Utah said could not be tiaveled by a white man A strange thing about the line be tween Utah and Arizona is that it does not cross a foot of cultivated land Mr Carpenter said last night at the Hotel Johnson And I do not think that any of the land adjoining the line can ever be cultivated There are fertile valleys to the north and south of the boundary St George one of the best known Mormon towns In Southern Utah lies but a few miles north of the lin...

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. — 15 August 1902

t r l II if fl H Pi PUs BISBEE DAILY REVIEW FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 15th l lll lilllLllllI 1 -1 LlllJ No Kovels A Century Hence frriiiTi JULES VERNE JiJ niu riHiHiii vnt ivt inuwrim Mpinpinw 5 1 DO NOT TIIIXK THERE WILL BE ANY lr vrVLi o ri nmt i vinc tn itt trrvTO IN VOLUME I OltU IN A HUNDRED YEARS FR01I NOW They will be supplanted altogether by the daily newspaper which has already taken such a iip on the lives of the progressive nations The romance the novel the descriptixe story the story historic -and the story psychological will all disappear They are not neces sary and even now their merit and their interest are fast declining As historic records the world will file its newspapers 1 am second to no living man in my admiration of the greatest psychologist the world has ever known Guy de Maupassant and he like all true geniuses foresaw the trend of human ideas and needs and wrote his stories in the smallest possible compass Each one of De Maupassants soul studies is a concentrat...

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. — 15 August 1902

T Delegation Conceded to Be for Hunt for Sheriff Leavenworth Bowen and Pritchett Also Favorites The democratic primaries held in Bisbee yesterday passed of quietly About four hundred votes were poll ed in the three diffrent wards There as only one ticket in the field in each ward and the ballots used were those prepared by the democratic central committee In each ward twice the number of dele gates to be chosen were placed on the ticket but in each instance a A poll of the delegates elected from night First Ward t 0 aa weeks ago stating that Mr Douglas Precinct Jack Sparks contractor nhnno message to the Keview iasi night says there is a solid delegation for Lewis Hereford Precinct A meeting of the democratic voters of Hereford precinct resulted in the unanimous choice of Ben Sneed for delegate Benson Precinct Colonel W C Land H W J Delehanty Etz BISBEE DAILY REVIEW FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 15th PRIMARY ELECTION BRIEF CITY NEWS BISBEE PRECINCT ABOUT FOUR HUNDRED VOTES POLLED IN THE SEV...

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. — 16 August 1902

K ft a 3 5 1iHHiM I n i REGULAR MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOLUME VI LIST OF DEAD MUST BE CABLED PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ISSUES ORDERS TO THAT EFFECT No Expense to be Spared In Inform ing People of the United States of Deaths that Occur in Philip pines Oyster Bay Aug 15 The presi dent today gave orders that hereafter the names of the enlisted men of the army who die in the Philippines must be cabled to this country once every two weeks When the volunteer armv was in the archipelago it was the custom to cable casualties but on the withdrawal of that army the practice was discontinued While it costs about one dollar and a half to cable news to this country of an officers death it costs about thirty dollars for each private This is due to the fact that the government has code numbers for officers while the names of enlisted men together with the company regiment etc must be ca bled in full The president took the action owing to the numerous inquir ies daily at the war office for a lis...

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. — 16 August 1902

rrynTF w BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Issued Every Morning except Monday CONSOLIDATED PRINTING AND PUB- LIStlING COMPANY I Addrees all communications to BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Bisbee Arizona ACTUAL NUMBER PRINTED T0 DAY1400 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVEN TION At a meeting of the democratic j central committee of Cochise county nem in Bispee on July 3ist muz it was ordered that the democratic coun ty convention be called to meet In the opera house Bisbee Arizona on the 20th day of August 1902 at 10 oclock a m The convention Is called for the purpose of selecting delegates to the democratic territorial convention call- i ed to meet at Tucson on the 3d day of September 1902 nominating can- f dldates for the various legislative and county offices to be voted for at the November election of this year 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 convention The following Is ...

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. — 16 August 1902

j fo mi tf THE MINING FIELD THE COPPER CROWN iiiiuutraiuiia the group lies about twnety miles southof Cochise station and the as surance that the new at Ben son will at an early day be a reality has encouraged the management to push development work While re duction works is the object aimed at by all big mining erterprises it is be lieved the ores from the Copper Crown may be profitably taken to Benson for reduction before the time v hen a plant at the mine will be justified Active development was begun on this prop erty in the fall of 1900 and recently some new work was inaugurated The main lead which Is a continuation of the big dyke crossing the Black Dia mond can be traced on the Copper Crown property for over looo feet and it has been surface prospected by nu merous open cms a snail on one i 275 feet and on another there is a tunnel displaying the most flattering results Surveys have been made for a railroad that will pass through Pearce and it Is announced now that its buildi...

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. — 16 August 1902

IPSTT iKHfy For the vacancies that existed in Blsbee precinct Committeemen C W Warner W A Nash and Hugh Fraser were elected After the roll call the election of C W Warner occurred and the chair appointed llayor Muirhead and W A Nash to escort the permanent chair man to the chair Mr Warner made a few appropriate remarks thanking the committee for the honor con ferred etc At this point Mr Emanuel stated that he considered it a proper time to appoint another meeting when au the committeemen couM be present and the business could be taken up In -a general way He moved that the 25th of August be the date set for the Tneetlng This date was considered too early and W Shlllam moved that the meeting be on the 1st day of September The secretary was ordered to write all the committeemen of the county to be present at that time when the primaries and county convention will be called It was moved that all members of the committee pay one dollar into the treasury which was done Thp renublican coi...

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. — 16 August 1902

1 V STATEHOOD WORK IS NEEDED NOW VERNON L CLARK OF PHOENIX THINKS EVERY CITY IN ARI ZONA SHOULD SEND A DELEGATION TO LOS ANGELES Vernon L Claik who is chairman of the local committee that Is arrang ing for the meeting to be held in Los Angeles has written to Epes Randolph of Los Angeles asking him to advise him of the latest developments in the situation there He requests that if possible Colonel Randolph let him know when the meeting will probably be held Speaking jesterday afternoon of the enthusiasm that is being displayea throughout the territory Mr Clark It said that as far as individuals go the 1 1 movement is recel ing very strong sup port and the indications of a large gathering to meet the four United States senators is becoming more posi tive all the time I believe the matter would be much moic effective said Mr Clark if more of the cities of the temtorj would call public meetings and ap point committees to ake charge of the work Yuma recently cilled a meeting and aDDointe...

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. — 16 August 1902

t a JEROME SITUATION IS VERY SERIOUS THE FIRE IS STILL RAGING AND EMPLOYES DISSATISFIED An Arrival from Jerome Tells Some Interesting Facts Heretofore Un published t People are deserting Jerome In crowds Last Wednesday 1SG tickets utre told to parties leaving and this has been the situation for some time past The fire burning In the mine at the United Verde has been going on for some weeks although it has not been so serious as of late One of the lower levels or rather com partments has caught fire on several occasions but that has been easily handled up to the present time After the fire spread from this drift to oth ers it has become entirely beyond control What disposition will be made with the present condition of the mine at Jerome will be watched with a great degree of interest by the mining world While the fire at Jerome is direct ly responsible for the shut down still there is an under current or discon tent at Jerome between employer and employe not known to the general pub...

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. — 16 August 1902

BI8BEE DAILY REVIEWSATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 16 1 L Ill il 1 111 Jl lltl il II li LIliIiIHI1i Ii -fl ti A Clearing House For Discoveries By Profeuor WILLIAM HALLOCK Columbia University jylilinliirnniipinninniTri1lHTIMw PS lflfcaBBBw5v MrniiiiMiiivn CLEARING HOUSE FOR DISCOVERIES A COLD STORAGE FOR IDEAS may at first ap pear to be an institution devoutly to be wished for and yet it ib a great question whether loaded with the usual human frailties and prejudices it could be made to command the respect which it must have if its promulgations are to be accepted Wo already have two institutions either of which could perform -this duty quite as well as a new governmental bureau The National Academy of Sciences has as its reason for existence the desirability of having a body of pre eminent ientists to which the government mdy refer any scientific question in the assurance that the answer will be as nearly correct ashuman liability to error and the bounds of human knowledge will permit IT SH...

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. — 16 August 1902

ed FT DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION LIST OF DELEGATES WHO WILL COME TO BISBEE ON 20th INSTANT By using the wires diligently yes terday the ne iew is enabled this morning to give its readers almost a complete list of the delegates who will sit In the democratic convention which meets In Blsbee on next Wed nesday August 20th No word has yet been received that indicates who any of the delegates favor for the several county offices with the exception of the Blsbee del- egation which is conceded to be solid for Stewart Hunt for sheriff The democratic convention will be composed of fifty nine delegates ap portioned among the county precincts as follows Blsbee 30 Tombstone 5 Benson 3 Pearie 3 Willcox 2 Naco 2 St David 1 Fairbank 1 Hereford 1 Port Huachuca 1 Carrs Millers and Ramseys Can yon l Turquoise 1 Dos Cabezas l Cochise and Johnson 1 Teviston i Douglas 3 Black Diamond 1 Manzora 1 Total 59 To secure the nomination a candi date must receive not less than 30 votes Delegates elected from the sev...

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. — 17 August 1902

UNITED STATES AT THE HAGUE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE STATE DEPARTMENT WILL BE PRESENT The Hague The proceedings at The Hague will be followed with close interest by all the countries of Europe as well as America because the case is the first to come before the permanent tribunal and will in a measure sene as a test of the efficiency and necessit of such a body Under the treaty proiding for set tling the Pious fund claim no citizen of Mexico or the United States was Eelected as an arbitrator This agree ment was the direct outcome of the refusal of the Sahador arbitrator to agree to the award made recently by the Sahador arbitration commission In favor of the United States wwimjumui STRUCK OIL GHICAGO MURDER CHARGE OSCAR i Uulrcisity Club BISBEE DAILY REVIEW REGULAR MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOLUME VI BISBEE ARIZONA SUNDAY AUGUST 17 1902 day night Deputy Scott Hlchey has MA If A I been wounded In the thigh and Is Mng NAVAI Pflf iPlMT behind a mound unable to escane ni I flULMI from ...

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. — 17 August 1902

ACTUAL NUMBER PRINTED TO DAY1400 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TION CONVEN At a meeting of the democratic central committee of Cochise countv held In Bisbee on July 31st 1902 ft was oraerea mat tne democratic coun ty convention be called to meet In the opera house Bisbee Arizona on tie 20th day ot August 1902 at 10 o cjock a m The convention Is called for the purpose of selecting delegates to the democratic territorial convention call ed to meet at Tucson on the 3d day oi September 190Z nomlnatlne can dldates for the various legislative and county offices to be voted for at the November election of this rear 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 convention The following is the number of delegates apportioned to each pre cinct based on the vote cast for the head of the ticket In 1900 Bisbee SO Tombstone B Benson 3 Pearce 3 Willcox 2 Naco 2 St David 1 Falrb...

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. — 17 August 1902

NACO NEWS Naco August 16 1902 Local officers have been out on the trail of the fugitives from the Tomb stone Jail delivery L J Manson a mining man of Cal tracts from W C Greene calling for over three million bucks Ben Goldman the popular Naco merchant and postmaster returned from the coast Thurs ia I is look ing well after his aratem ad is re ceiving quite a recen jn at the hands of his many friends He says he has seen nothing in his travels to equal the prosperity of Naco O P Hunt has so far recovered from his accident as to be again nicely iiMii WPPWW ifornia is among the visitors in Naco this week Mr Manson will visit So j nora and points in Arizona going over the principal mines I T M Bates of the Emporium has left for the east for the purpose of fact fYirtv oiihr fnr R 1 OReillV and forty eight for W C Read These two gentlemen will accordingly sent Naco at the convention of their party on Thursday next The new Naco offices of the El Paso Southwestern railroad are now oc cupied ...

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. — 17 August 1902

A i I 1 t Fashionable Clubs in the City of Mex ico A Prominent Visitor in bee Tells the Review Some Inter- 0f Mexico now and not be out of hea estirig Facts Manager R M Fawcett of the Amer ican club of the City of Mexico is paying Bisbee a few days visit and has taken apartments at the Copper Queen hotel Mr Fawcett Is well In formed upon the conditions of Mexico and speaks interestingly of her vast interests in the mining world and of her rapid strides in railroad deveioi menL The American in Mexico finds many features of interest that he will not find in any other country remark ed Mr Fawcett The commercial life the cosmopolitan types and the peculiar social structure are all unique and singularly characteristic of that nation The Mexican people are a race of casts seemingly ranging from the very lowest to the highest from penury and abject want to plenty riches and luxury from those who rate well with the serf of Russia and other Euro pean principalities to the plutocrat aristocra...

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. — 17 August 1902

HEWS NOTES FROM FAIRBANKS RAILROAD CONTRACTORS PUSH ING WORK ON THE GRADE BETWEEN FAIRBANK AND TOMBSTONE Falrbank August 15 1902 Falrbank democrats were In force yesterday and J P Larrieu was elect ed delegate to the convention at Bis bee on the 20th Owing to the S P abolishing the eating house at Patagonia the passen ger train from Tucson arrives at 510 p m instead of 517 p m Train from Nogales arrives at 818 a m instead of 803 a m Spragues prodlnj teams are at work on tie grade close to town now Ths line runs north of the school -house and joins the Jialn track about 20u yards north cl the E P S W depot William Cow the contractor ar rived in town today and in company wlth an assistant rode over the line Joe Martin who lately IeffBisbee for the Klondike placer fields writes a friend In Uogales that everything in Dawson at present Is very quiet and a great many people there are wish ing they were able to pay their way home Joe says the sun shines there for months at a time and a per...

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. — 17 August 1902

M jM THE YAQUI RIVER MINING COUNTRY LEE BENTON TELLS OF THE RE SOURCES OF THAT SECTION Lee Benton came up from Sonora a few days ago and was In Blsbee yes terday He has been ranching upon the YaquI river for a number of years past and at present has two ranches and some two thousand heaa of cattle 1 have not lost any cattle this year said Mr Benton In fact the stock look good That country is quite interesting to any one not ac quainted with it There is plenty of fish in the river and a good place for tame The property is situated about seventy five miles west of Cos and about fifty miles south of the Mexican line There is a hot spring here that has been noted for their medicinal properties for years although they have not been taken advantage of by many If some one would put up a ho tel they would certainly make a fine resort of it The railroad runs with in thirty miles of my present loca tlon We have eleven silver claims that we have been working for the past six years upon which w...

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