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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 16 September 1902

i ORDINANCE NO 18 Of the City of Blsbee to Provide Rev enue for the City of Blsbee for the Year A D 1902 Be It ordained by the mayor and common council of the city of Blsbee that there be and there Is hereby ley led upon the assessed value of the real and personal property within the city of Blsbee as shown by the equal ized assessment roll of the city of Blsbee for the year A D 1902 the fol lowing taxes First Four mills on the dollar of such assessed valuation to defray the salaries of officers and the ordi nary and contingent expenses of the city not otherwise provided for Second Two mills on the dollar of such assessed valuation for the pur pose of constructing and repairing streets sewers sidewalks cross walks bridges and culverts Passed and adopted by the mayor and common council of the city of Blsbee this first day -of September A D 1902 C C Warner Mayor Pro Tempore Attest W D Klnsey City Clerk o ORDINANCE NO 20 Be It ordained by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Bls...

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 September 1902

BRIEF CITY NEWS more recently run by Ben Behrens and others Is temporarily closed on ac count of the illness of Mr Behrens who however is rapidly improving to the great satisfaction of his many friends in this community Picnics The picnic parties were very pop ular yesterday The residents of Bis bee started in every direction o Mc Kin ley Memorial Day Sunday was - McKinley Memorial day and was quite generally observ ed in Blsbee Left for Carnival A large crowd left yesterday for Tucson to be present at the carnival for the following three days A Pretty Landscape The ride between Bisbee and Doug las is now delightful The recent rains have made the mountains and valley green and beautiful Rich Ore N A Centers and Director Briggs were in from the Modern yesterday This mine continues to stay In the na tive copper and red oxide Held for Grand Jury Charles Schubert who was held by Judge Williams for obtaining money on a forged check was taken to Tomb stone Monday morning o Gun Club Trophy...

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 September 1902

r People VJews on Tariff Dubuque la Sept 16 Speaker Henderson of the house of represent atives has addressed the following letter to C E Albrook of Eldora Iowa chairman of the notification committee I hare never answered your kind notice ebmmunicated by you and your associates advising me of my nomination for the eleventh time by Short UNIVERSITY CLUB Mrs Hall The Georgia woman who sprung the death trap at the execution of her fathpro TnMrHrr BASE BALL National League Boston 13 Philadelphia 3 New York 2 Brooklyn 7 American League Boston 7 Baltimore 2 Washington 5 Philadelphia 7 St Louis 3 Detroit 2 gggBeaCTiavrgMawftwawgaagfa l --S-- 1 HENDERSON DECLINES CAUSES QUITE A SENSATION IN WASHINGTON MYSTERIOUS MURDER The Lifeless Body of a Woman is Found Hanging from a Tree Ashland Ore Sept 16 The mys terious murder of an unknown woman whose body was found yesterday af ternoon hanging to a tree In a lonely gulch In the mountains west of Horn brook Siskiyou couny Cal Is creat ing quite a se...

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 September 1902

DEMOCRATIC TICKET Delegate to Congress District Attorney SETH LEAVENWORTH Probate Judge C R BOSTWICK Surveyor GEO S CLAR C 8chool Superintendent CHARLES WALLACE Council B A PACKARD Assembly J M OCONNELL STEVE ROE- MER JAME8 HOWELL Supervisors J J BOWEN WM PRITCHETT Justice of the Peace CHAS MDONALD M J BROWN For Constable A KUNTZ R A CASAD ANNOUNCEMENT CHARGES For County Officers 20 00 For Precinct Offices 10 0 FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office ot Justice of the peace subject to the regular republi can precinct convention S K Williams FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I hereby announce myself a candl dale for the offlrn nf Instlrp nt thp Edward G Riley FOR SUPERVISOR I hereby announce myself candidate for supervisor of Cochise county sub ject to the action of the Republican county convention Peter Johntson FOR SUPERVISOR I hereby announce myself as candi date for supervisor subject to the action of the republican county con Ed Scott TOMBSTONE JA...

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 September 1902

RELIC HUNTERS PROPOSED TRIP A PARTY OF SPORTSMEN WHO WILL GO TO MEXICO In Search of Big Game and to Seek Relics From Ancient Cliff Dwell Ings Near Headwaters of the Rio Yaqui On October 1 a party of sportsmen will leave El Paso says the Times to hunt game and expolr i an ient cilff house ruins In the Sierra Madres The personnel of the party will be as foi lows Dr P H Brown Dr I J Bush Colonel Lewis of El Paso Dr Mc Kenny of Pecos Dr Mullins of Ft Worh Dr Anderson at Redlands Cal and Mr Hlnes of New York city The party will go well equipped and anticipate a pleasant trip They go by rail to Casas Grandes where they will secure saddles and pack animals and proceed west across the continent al divide to the headwaters of the Yaqui where game Is abundant and conditions Sne for camping out This region is also very rich In ar chaeological treasure In shape of an cient cliff house ruins and other evi dences of a prehistoric race of people who once Inhabltated this region and It Is the Inten...

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 September 1902

JkAiSFj j j j GOV BRODIE AT TUCSON THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE IS WEL COMED BY THE MEXICAN AMERICAN POPULATION Mrs Brodie Acompanied the Gover nor and Enjoyed the Occasion The Carnival Inaugurated Tucson Star Long before the arrival of Governor Brodie wife and party those primar three days celebration were at work t with cannonading and anvil v ipys which awoke everybody fro h slumbers and sleeping thereafter was out of the question The Philhar monic band Pedro Fernandez leader was out early in their new suits of olive shade which were lacking In ex tras to destroy the otherwise good ef fect produced They presented a fine appearance and discoursed airs calcu BISBEE DAILY REVIEW WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 17fi 1902 ad Brodle and wife received many visit ors and dancing served to pass the time The handsome new hostelry was an attractive sight while the pro prietors Messrs Wright and Fleming who were assisted by their wives did everything possible to make all who were present feel at home The...

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 September 1902

RAILROAD i9f sie BUILDING CONSTRUCTION WORK BEGINS THIS WEEK AT COCHISE Mining Operations In the Dragoons The Black Diamond Golden Rule and Others Superintendent He berleen Talks of the District C A Heberleen Is In from the Black Diamond mine In the Dragoon range about twenty miles trom here wheic he has charge of that property Tils Is a stock company controlled by east ern people and Is well known This s a large property which Is being opened up by tunnels said Mr Heberleen There are complete smelting works there consisting of two modern furnaces by Frasher and Chalmers There is a model tramway connecting the mine with the smel ter about a mile and a quarter long The difference In altitude Is about 900 feet There are thirty five men working BISBEE DAILY REVIEW WEDNESDAY WQNIN0 SEPTEMBER 17th 11 and developing the property and thus fat no ore has been taken out except what was necessary for stprage i There has been no ore stoped but we are getting ready for that purposo as soon as p...

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 September 1902

I MINING 3r j FIELD NEW GOLD DISCOVERY Santa Rosa New Mexico and cinlty are Intensely Interested gold discovery of such magnitude already made the bluffs of the Pecos river in Guadalupe county will be swarming with gold hunters in anoth er month says the Las Vegas Record An immense body or ledge of rock carrying gold copper and silver values aggregating over 111 per ton has been uncovered within Ave miles of Santa Rosa and less than a mile frtoni the Pecos river This find is In the recent sand stone probably of the mesozoic age and un derlies a vast region along the Pecos river The history of the find briefly told Is this Twenty five years ago the Mexican ranchers in this section un dertook to build a dam across the Pecos for irrigating purposes One of the workmen on the dam in handling the rocks found several small grains of gold in the broken fragments The finding of the gold was not mentioned until after the dam was completed when an unsuccessful search was made for the place fro...

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. — 17 September 1902

ORDINANCE NO 19 Of the City of Bisbee to Provide Rev enue for the City of Bisbee for the Year A D 1902 Be It ordained by the maor and common council of the city of BIsbeo that there be and there Is hereby lev ied uoon the assessed value of the lowing taxes First Four mills on the dollar of Buch assessed valuation to defray the salaries of officers and the ordi nary and contingent expenses ot the city not otherwise provided for Second Two mills on the dollar or guch assessed valuation for the pur pose of constructing and repairing streets sowers sidewalks cross walks bridges and culverts Passed and adopted by the mayor n nniriTTinn council of the city of Bisbee this first day BISBEE OAILY REVIEW WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 17th 1902 MINING APPLICATION Survey No 1651 United States Land Arizona July 18 1902 NO 781 Office Tucson CERTIFICATE OF AMENDMENT OP ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Notice Is hereby given that Harry We herebJ certify that at a special McMahon meftln stockholders of Calu ...

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. — 17 September 1902

of Pythias last evening There were tweny seven patients at the hospital last night The track of the slag train is being considerably lengthened Visitors here from Tucson say the three days carnival was a success be yond all expectations A large number of the Order of Ea gles met in regular meeting last even ing and enjoyed a good time Rathbone lodge Knights of Pythias met last night and transacted consid erable routine business Also the rank ot page was conferred on T F Metz At the Coast Dr and Mrs Baum left yesterday for a short vsit to the coast They will enjoy the scenery and sea breeze for the next two weeks o Outlna in Metfco C L Beckwith left yesterday for Mesico where he will spend several weeks on a hunting expedition Mr Beckwith rays he Is going where the bunting s good and expects tfi return recuperated BISBEE DAILY REVIEW WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 17th 1902 BRIEF CITY NEWS REPUBLICAN The Royal Arch Meodb held meet- UUIlVtll I lUll tog last evening There was a meeting of...

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. — 18 September 1902

M I M H i i fhfit J Wniililiimiiiniiirjiliiiiii H til Ax - Louis DUbrow The grand jury which meets today will be called upon to consider the case of Louis Disbrow who has been In Jail at Goodground L I since last June charged with the murder of Dimple Lawrence and Clarence Foster If an indictment Is returned there will probably be another long delay before the young man brought to trial The case promises t obe one of the most notable that has been on the criminal calendar for a long time 1 1 H t M 1 T ft MORRISON DEFEATS NICHOLS FOR THE PLACE fast time Made Philadelphia Sept 17 Cresceus the champion trotter made two at tempts today to lower his record but without success In the first trial he went a mile in 208 and the second In 205 UNIVERSITY CLUQ BISBEE DAILY REVIEW REGULAR MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOLUME VI H H4HHM44SfH BISBEE ARIZONA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1902 V V V V V T7 VV I I 4 R E MORRISON SECRETARY WAS NOMINATED HAYS APPEAL i WOULD PROTECT THE JEW AND AVOID PAUPER I...

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. — 18 September 1902

i iJWIiliiii - V i I I V 4 L ti 4 0 I h j I f I I BISBEE DAILY REVIEW iMued Every Morning except Monday CONSOLIDATED PRINTING AND PUB LISHING COMPANY Address all communication to BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Blsbee Arizona ACTUU MjMBEB PBINTtD TO DY140O DEMOCRATIC TICKET Delegate to Congress COL J F WILSON of Prescott Sheriff A V LEWIS M D SCRIBNER Surveyor GEO a CLAR School Superintendent CHARLES WALLACE Council B A PACKARD Assembly J M OXONNELL STEVE ROE MER JAME8 HOWELL Supervisor J J BOWEN WM PRITCHETT Justice of the Peace CHA8 MDONALD M J BROWN For Constable A KUNTZ R A CAS AD ANNOUNCEMENT CHARGES Ior County Officers 20 00 for Precinct Offices 10 0 FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of justice of the peace subject to the regular republl can precinct convention S K Williams FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I hereby announce myself a candl j peace subject to the approval of the Republican precinct convention Edward O Riley FOR SUPERVISOR I hereby anno...

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. — 18 September 1902

n V BURT ALVORD mmmamimts IS INTERVIEWED oath me IS INNOCENT OF THE CHARGES AGAINST HIM Prospector Burt Aord who surrendered him self t0 Sheriff Lewis on Wednesday last was placed behind the bars in as line was glad his ceasless vigil was at an end though not forgetting to state that he was Innocent of the char- made free by the courts I feel relieved that this moving around is over with said Alvord and made up my mind to surrender to Sheriff Lewis come back to jail and stay here until I am turned loose by the court I am not guilty of train robbing or obstructing the mail or helping to for which I m Indicted vord the latter disclaims any edge Alvord has a crlpped right Riband which he claimed was caused jsby a broncho horse some years ago j and was recently hurt In trying to g v nandie a stuoDorn muie hi AVISO Por el presente aviso jr cio uei xauucuiuan que ius pumas y I notas ralativas a las medidas de di 12 chas teirenos las cuales fueron prac ticades por el Philip Contzen NOTICE ...

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. — 18 September 1902

ii 1 u I j j LA CANANEA STOCKHOLDERS ARE VISITORS FOUR IN BISBEE HOURS FOR Directors Meeting Will Be Held In Cananea Today W C Greenes special car Acadlau Secretary Robinsons car passed through later coming from New York with a delegation of stock holders President W C Greene was seen at his car and in relation to the meeting said We have just come in from Cal- once Tne stockholders of tne com pany will be there tomorrow to attend the meeting of the directors which occurs at Cananea We had expected to be here before this but did not make connections all around Mr Robinson will be at Benson some time toaay wun a gooa representation ot eastern capitalists who will join us at Cananea This will be an important meeting as we are arranging to lay out a great deal of money on Increased machin ery which must be Installed at once to meet the growing demands of the mine Yes we are working all the men that we have room for and as fast as there is room a greater force will be added It Is our pu...

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. — 18 September 1902

- 4 4 LIGHTING SCARES MINERS STRIKES SMOKE STACK AT THE NEW SHAFT AT TOMBSTONE The Bolt Follows the Guide Wires and a Bail of Fire Falls Down the Shaft Other Items Special Corrspondence Tombstone Sept 17 Sirs C D Gage arrhed jebterdaj from Californa and will make her fu ture home here H B Gage president of the Tomb stone Consolidated company left jes terday for Pescott and Congress where he will remain for a few weeks before returning here to assume charge of the work W G Choate R C Morgan Chief Engineer Simmons of E P S W were Tombstone visitors jesterday The gentlemen were taken up to the new works of the Consolidated com pany and they were ery mucl im pressed with the advancement maue Upon leaing they were liken oer the new line of railway which is being built and were gsatly pleased at the progress made Nearly three fourths of the grading has been completed and the surface gang are at work on that which has been finished by the graders All of the culverts have been put in and a ...

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. — 18 September 1902

- m fi u jp j MINING ittttt n PROGRESS MADE 0NTHE KILL ONE OF THE JUMBO BOILERS ARE ALREADY IN USE WORK PUSHED AHEAD Prospector For the past week the echoes around Tombstone have been awakened by the new whistle the Consolidated Wood Poland and Charley Nelson who are interesed in some valuable claims In the north end of the Green lee district came in from their camp yesterday and report a strike of con siderable importance which was re cently made on a claim belonging to Mr Poland A shaft has been sunk to a depth of 100 feet which Is all in oreJ A cross cut was then run 14 feet with out reaching the wall Carelul sam ples of the cross cut give the value of the ore at 8 per cent copper from 7 to J14 gold and from six to nine oun ces silver This would be a big gold mine in any country aside from the other values of the ore which makes a good showing for either a copper or a silver mine Poland and Nelson have done a vast amount of work on their -claims during the past ten years and are ...

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. — 18 September 1902

fc 4 4 t I - T rf Lett - U S SENATORS TO VISIT ARIZONA SUGGESTIONS MADE BY B HEY MAN THAT ARE WORTH CON SIDERING Says That They Should Visit Three of Arizonas Prlnc pal Centers Where They Could Learn Why Arizona Should be a State Arizona Democrat Why not hae the senators we are to meet la Los Angeles come to this city instead of our going to them asked B Heymaa who Is at the head of the local committee which s look ing after the statehood matter yester day affrnoon I ould be better to have them come heie than to hae a delegation of Arizona citizens go to Los Angeles and tell them the very things that they have been hearing for several years I believe like a number of others that It would bea good Idea to have the senators who are to visit Califor nia this winter Isit Prescott Phoenix and Tucson where they could get an excellent Idea of what this territory has that entitles It to statehood In Prescott the senators would have a chance to learn what the great min ing Industry Is doing ...

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. — 18 September 1902

I 1 M u ift TO MEXICO PLANS OF THE CANANEA YAQUI RIVER AND PACIFIC RY General Manager Epes Randolph Talks To a Review Reporter Will BuNd to Chiton Thence North General Manager Epes Randolph of the Cananea Yaqui River and Pacific railroad nas in Bisbee yesterday with President Greene- Mr Randolph iab here lor the purpose of conferring with ilr Greene and Assistant Gen eral Manager E A McKatland re garding the building of the road from Naco to Cochise station Mr Randolph was seen for a few minutes yesterday on the private car Acadian and gave out an interview re garding the future plan of his road in Southern Arizona Epes Randolph is the same courte ous pleasant gentleman which made him so many friends during his resi dence in Arizona as superintendent of the Southern Pacific company Speak ing of the new road Mr Randolph said Two corps of surveyors are in the field this side of Cochise making the last survey and work will be com menced at that end next week Ties and rails are already ...

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. — 19 September 1902

I -4 1 N i v t n VOLUME VI Fifty Thousand Beseige the City Fourteen Boxers Executed Ac tion Urged to Subdue Insurrection Peking Sept 18 A Boxer attack on Cheng Tu Fu capital of Sze Chuf Province in which fifty thousand Box ers made an Ineffectual attempts to take the city began on September 15 When the rebels endeavored to en ter the city a conflict ensued The attackers were driven back and the gates of the city were closed and guarded by troops The soldiers quelled the disorder within the city Fourteen Boxer leaders and several other rebels were executed The new viceroy and several military officials are now on their way to Cheng Tu Fu to assume charge there United States Minister to China Conger and the French minister are urging the throne to further prompt action toward subduing the insurrec tion STRIKE STILL UNSETTLED Bishop Fallow Says the Operators Have Made a M stake Wllkesbarre Pa Sept 18 Presi dent Mitchell tonight denied the re ports that he had prepared a demand In which...

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. — 19 September 1902

5 1 1 5 J fr 1 1 1 II P 1 f BISBEE DAILY REVIEW rrir rill of DEMOCRATIC TICKET Delegate to Congress COL J F WILSON of Prescott Sheriff A V LEWIS Treasurer M D SCRIBNER RurnrHr rDAMV UADC FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE didate put forward by the machine and when the boss pulls the string the dummy will dance to his music This was the fight at Phoenix and the Murphy candidate won although Mur phy himself dared not go before the people again I hereby announce myself a candl lMRE ABOUT date for the office of Justice of the i LEON BAILEY peace subject to the approval of the Republican precinct conventlc i Edward O 1 FOR SUPERVISOR r hereby announce myself candidate for supervisor of Cochise county sub ject to the action or the Republican county convention Peter Jobnuon FOR SUPERVISOR I hereby announce myself as candl date for supervisor subject to the action of the republican county con Ed Scott FOR SUPERVISORS John J Bowen and William Prit chett are the democratic nominees for supervisors of C...

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