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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 23 January 1902

J H18BEK HAJLLV JLBVUD& THUBUQiit- liOfttf &, MNOeiltifctf, t2 J. . i BISBCE DAILY REVIEW Puhllthed Ever; Day Exoepl Mender . W. ft. KILIY, Mtor tea Muafer r.V. PINMY. Associate CANAL OPPONENTS SEEKING DELAY. There are powerful finaoStl tl inter-' esU In the United States whi "' do ' all In their power to prevent any den- nlte action looking to the construction of the KIcarsgua canal, Panama caual, j or any other Isthmian canal. Jow!hat favorable report has been made by a commission recommending tho pur chase of the Panama canal for 340,000, 000, Senator Uanna and others are talking about the Darien route as more favorable than either the JCicaragda or Panama routes. The Review, sev eral davs aeo. stated that the canal was not yet "out of the wood,' and I the manipulations now coins on at Washington plaiuly show an effort to bring forth every obstacle that prom ises indefinite delay. The peopie of the country want a canal, and this sen timent is so well known that the bill p...

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. — 23 January 1902

J BlSmaApAllJllftVllJW.'flWOARNmG-JAHtfARY 3. 19c H m Mining Application No.-766. SCBTIY 0. 1ISS. C. S. LA'D OJTICE, TCSOON, ARIZONA, December 11. 1901. Notice is hekeuy given, that Don ald MacpUua. whose iostoffice address Is BUbee, Cochise county, Arizona, Territory has thU day filed his appll catton for ft patent for H51.G 0M.S and 1252.4 linear feet respectively ol tno SUverQueen, Bessie aud Copper W rdge mlnee or veins, bearing copper and oth er metals, with surface ground on eacn S00 feet in width, situated In arren Mining District, county of Cochise and Territory of Arizona, and designated bv the field-note and official plat on tile in this office as Survey Nmnoer 1683, approximately. In Township 23 S. rangef 24 E. (unsurveyed) of theG.la and Salt River Base and Meridian. Survey No. 1583 being as follows: $ILVER QUEEN LODE. Beginning at corner No. 1. Identical with southeast corner location and with corner No. 5 of Bessie and corner No. 3 of Copper Wedge of this survey, a pin...

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. — 23 January 1902

.V us wnr--daily KmmttXTDj&rUtmmn jjjtvA 3, um i I I a? EAGLtS BANQUET. A Kewlinf Siccess An ERjaya kle Proiram. Tne Eagles did themselves proud Tuesday evening when ther demon strated that they knew how to enter tain their numerous friends and enjoy . life in Its swift and fleeting variations. Nut one who attended the occasion failed to appreciate tho fact that be had been somewhere and those who found the hill a little steep on the way back eame in a hack or dray. Every thing passed off as merry as the proverbial marriage bells and a good deal was "funnier than a funeral." ed down the. MIL The crowd soon scattered with dUo muiterings of warefaro that resounded down the canyon, but not one ot them can be found today who admits belnr present and the courts can find no farther clew. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Remember .the Boston Ideal's. We doff our hat to bis honor, Mayor Mulrhead. W. B. Sprague one of Los Angeles' business men, Is in Bisbee for a few dajs. . . a . The Boston Ideal Ope...

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. — 24 January 1902

J BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Cu6- Jta 1& VOLUME V. BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24 1002 NUMBER 200 I : Tm, wftjvt Men'S $4.O0 Underwear Now $3.oo. To a good storekeeper, an incomplete assortment, either in styles or sizes, is a perfect bugaboo. Sometimes the best selling goods become broken in assortment quickest because they are the best selling and so the inconsistency of selling the best and most called for goods at a reduced price is ex plained. That is why: A small lot of men's all wool shirts and drawers- probably a quar ter of a case are now selling at $3.00 a suit, when a few days ago the price wa9 $4.00 a suit. Colors are light blue, mixed with white, also pink. Outing Flannel Night Shirts. Here's a bit of information for you, Mr. Man: Outing flannel is almost as warm as though it were all wool. There's no shock to the body that muslin gives these cold nights. Wool flannel is apt to shrink. Outing flannel, being all cotton, washes just like muslin. So it has the ad...

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. — 24 January 1902

J M' w. s BISBCC DAILY REVIEW Published Enr; Day Exe.pt Monday W. R. miY. Editor aid Muner f. V. PINKY. AwocUte TH BABCOCK TARIFF BILL. I The St. Louis Republic is of the vei y correct opinion that the Babcock bill for reducing the tariff duties on certain artlcleB covered by the metal schedule of the Dingley tariff act will be promptly killed by Republican ac tion la committee. Mr. Babcock's own statement of the purpose of the measure condemns it la the eyes of his party. "It affords am ple and full protection where it is nee cssary," sajs Mr. Babcock, "and places on the free list those articles that are produced here cheaper than they can ! be in foreign counties." Ample aud full protection only whore necessarj Is not what the protectionists demand. They Insist upon "protec tion" for Industries that hao ionic sine- ceased to need protertlon. Thise industries are now selling their pro ducts in foreign countries cheaper than to the American consumer. The make a profit in undersellin...

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. — 24 January 1902

y BlSBfeS DAnVSf WStflBW. JfcioAT MORKtttG JANUARY Hi, 19c Mining Application No.- 766. SCBTtY HO. 1!S3. c. s. iusd orncE, tcsoon, akuoka, December 11. 1901. Notice is hereby given, that Don aid Macphun, whose iostofnce address Is Blibee, Cochise county, Arizona, Territory, has this day tiled his appli cation for a patent for 1451.6, 954 2 and 1252.4 linear feet respectively of the SllverQaeen, Bessie aud Copper Wedge mine or veins, bearing copperand oth er metals, with surface itround on each 600 feet In width, situated In Warren Mining District, county of Cochise and Territory of Arizona, and designated bv the field-notes and official plat on file in this office as Survey Number 1583, approximately. In Township 23 8. range, 24 E. (unsurveyed) of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian. Survey No. 1583 being as follows: SILVER QDEEN LODE. Beginning at corner No. 1, Identical with southeast corner location and with corner No. 5 of Bessie and corner Xo. 3 of Copper Wedge of this su...

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. — 24 January 1902

BIttBBE DAILY HBVIEW FRIDAY MOMHNa JATOARY -a. 1904 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Contractor Parson of Douglas wit in town yesterday. The sale of seats for the Boiton Ideal's began yesterday. Iter. Harvey Milton Shields, of the Presbyterian church, loft on Thnrs day for La Cananea. Watch for the Review Sunday edi tion, January 26th. Page 3 w ill be of special interest to the ladies B. J. O'Reilly, agent for the Cana nea Consolidated Copper Co. at Naco, was a Bisbee visitor yesterday. For Rent Two nicely furnished i rooms to pentlemen sleeping nights Nemeck's photo gallery. 1 24 3t J. R. Driscoll of Prescolt has been sponding the past few days with Post master J. G. Pritchard and family. Mossman Tovera shipped in the largest bunch of sheep that ha been brought to this eectioff for some time. R. M. McKim yesterday bought out the Palace lodging house and expects , to place the apartments In first ca5 condition. The New England Kitchen lb putting down new linoleum over the entire tloor, which give...

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. — 25 January 1902

J 'Tfci 'wii 'c,fc BISBEE DAILY REVIEW VOLUME V. BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25 iqo2 NUMBER 210 : fi ? 3 L lVfe tlWWM tfWtt,. Men'S $4.O0 Underwear Now $3.oo. To a good storekeeper, an incomplete assortment, either in styles or sizes, is a perfect bugaboo. Sometimes the best selling goods become broken in assortment quickest because they are the best selling and so the inconsistency of selling the best and most called for goods at a reduced price is ex plained. That is why: A small lot of men's all wool shirts and drawers probably a quar ter of a case are now selling at $3.00 a suit, when a few days ago the price was $4.00 a suit. Colors are light blue, mixed with white, also pink. Outing Flannel Night Shirts. Here's a bit of information for you, Mr. Man: Outing flannel is almost as warm as though it were all wool. There's no shock to the body that muslin gives these cold nights. Wool flannel is apt to shrink. Outing flannel, being all cotton, washes just like muslin....

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. — 25 January 1902

y BISBEK DAILY REVIEW, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2A, iui BISBEE DAILY REVIEW! Publlsbxl Ivery Day Eseapt Uondar W. B. WHY. Ctor Mi Mauaer r.V. PINKY. Associate THE M LEGATE TO CONGRESS The Tucson Star has fired the first gun loathe political campaign to be waged this fall and nominates Hon. J. F. Wilson, of Prescott, to be the standard bearer of the Democracy. It seems to us that the launching of the Wilson boom, before even the grass has turned green, is a little early in the season. It may serve to jump up a score of candidates w ho have '"opes" who will find themsehes completely "winded" before the time c-imes for the supremo effort at the nominating convention tome time in September next. No doubt the Star i correct when it Eajs that Col.J. F. Wilson, of Pres cott, will be a candidate. Col. Wilson's record in Congress was clean. lie was untirlnc in his efforts while at Washington for those measures that were for tho benefit of his constituents. The fact that ho was not re-nomina...

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. — 25 January 1902

Vi rW ''Gut BISBEE DAILY REVIEW BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25 1002 VOLUME V. NUMBER 210 s x; 3fojb KMfi t. Men'S $4.O0 Underwear Now $3.oo. To a good storekeeper, an incomplete assortment, either in styles or sizes, is a perfect bugaboo. Sometimes the best selling goods become broken in assortment quickest because they are the best selling and so the inconsistency of selling the best and most called for goods at a reduced price is ex plained. That is why: A imall lot of men's all woo shirts and drawers probably a quar ter of a case are now selling at 3.00 a suit, when a few days ago the price was $4.00 a suit Colors are light blue, mixed with white, also pink. Outing Flannel Night Shirts. Here's a bit of information for you, Mr. Man: Outing flannel is almost as warm as though it were all wool. There's no shock to the body that muslin gives these cold nights. Wool flannel is apt to shrink. Outing flannel, being all cotton, washes just like muslin. So it has the advant...

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. — 25 January 1902

BISBBB DALttf REVIEW. ISlifcAtr MORNING JANUARY rf, 1904 Mining Application No.- 7. SCSTIY SO. 1IM. c. . lxvd orn, tcboon, akuona, December 11, 1901. Notice is hereby given, that Don ald MacphuD, whose postoffice address li Biabee, Cochise county, Arizona, Territory, has this day filed his appli cation for a patent tor 1451.6, 954.2 and 1252.4 linear feet respectively of tho Silver Queen, Bessie and Copper Wtdge mines or veins, bearing copper and oth er metals, with surface around on each 600 feet In width, situated in Warren Mining District, county of Cochise and Territory of Arizona, and designated v. .w. .M.nm.. onrl nrHelalSnlat on fll. In thta office as Survey Number 1583, approximately. In Township 23 8. range, 24 B. (unsurveyed) of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian. Survey No. 1583 being as follows: SILVER QOEEN LODE. Beginning at corner No. 1, Identical with southeast corner location and vtlta ajoruer No. 5 of Bessleand corner No. 3 of Copper Wedge of this survey, a ...

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. — 25 January 1902

'Ti..- HATLY HSVTBW ftAflflttAY iftNtNlNG, JAlhTARY 190 ii Jistlce Coirt m United States of America ve Louli J. Staalev. Before 3. K. William., U. H. Com missioner, comes R. K. Reynolds and wore that on or before the 22nd day of January, A. D., 1902, that L. J. Stan ley committed the following crime of smuggling to wit: That he did then and there, willfully, unlawfully and feloniously import and bring into the V. S., goods, wares and merchandise, to wit: Mescal to the amount of one gallon .from the Republic of Mexico, knowing the same to have been man ufactured in a foreign country, with out paying duty required by the laws of the United States for the importa tion thereof, with intent on part of said defendant, to defraud the govern ment of the United States of the legal import duty required by law for the importation of such goods, all of which Is contrary to the form Sec. No. 3082, Revised Statutes. Held under $200 bonds but being unable to secure bonds was committed. He will app...

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. — 26 January 1902

v -..-.. ft BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, "Hit, CVuft -3js, VOLUME V. BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, iqo2. NUMBER 211. I h-. l? WVJt 4W JjWxifo Wt. Men'S $4.O0 Underwear Now $3.oo. To a good storekeeper, au incomplete assortment, either in styles or sizes, is a perfect bugaboo. Sometimes the best selling goods become broken in assortment quickest because they are the best selling and so the inconsistency of selling the best and most called for goods at a reduced price is ex plained. That is why: A small lot of men's all wool shirts and drawers probably a quar ter of a case are now selling at $3 00 a suit, when a few days ago the price was $4.00 a suit. Colors are light blue, mixed with white, also pink. Outing' Flannel Night Shirts. Here's a bit of information for you, Mr. Man: Outing flannel is almost as warm as though it were all wool. 1 here's no shock to the body that muslin gives these cold nights. Wool flannel is apt to shrink. Outing flannel, being all cotton, washes jus...

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. — 26 January 1902

' i MdKftR tlXlLY REVIEW, SntoA'P MORJTOfO, JAWtTARY 5. IMS. h I . ! r ft i IV ' 1 J 'i Br ! BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Published Ever J Dy Except Monday W. B. KIULY, taut M4 f.V. PtNNfY.AitKUie USE COMMON BUSINESS JUDGMENT. Ibis week members of the common council have been overwhelmed with advice and arguments in regard to the legality and wisdom of action already taken and any that may be taken in the future. Councllmen have listened to the opinion of attorneys, uid in some cases no two the same, until some members of the council have be gun to wonder what they are here for. The city council has engaged a city attorney. It is his duty to look up tbe law and advise the council, but at the same time if the members will exercise that same ccol business judgment that they exercise in their own every day business affairs they will be tolerably certain to avoid any legal complica tions. The first ordinance passed by tbe council is one prohibiting women from frequenting saloons. The ordinance h...

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. — 26 January 1902

vfc' S "& w . '. J . i k H t at If ! I r i i B 8 luflsf HVfnWi jnfKtu mcpbotjis, jAifiiAWp its iml tii i-nia Ailidian's Soliloquy saass RtYttw'e Sunday Story BT FRANKLIN B. DORR With lta solemn and monotonous whUhl whlshl the mighty Colorado hurried by In lta lonely journey to the ocean. Its breath arose cool and al- iroH chill in the Hgbt erenln? air. "Whence it had come that day who could tell, and who could say of the strange stories it might speak if it only would?" Thus mused Chlme'hue-wa-wa as be sat oefore his watch Are and listened to the oracMnt of the arrow weed. Long, long had he lived in solitude and bis years were almost spent. Bowed in form and wasted from war fare, his days weri few and fleeting. Near by lay bis faithful dog; a rusty firearm rested against the tepee, and dried renison was suspended from the tent pole. Solitude deep and brooding reigned supreme, and all that broke the stillness was the night bird. The old warrior's musings were of another day. when...

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. — 26 January 1902

"3BWV- .Atf f' jUiitf Mwt sfrxriAtf MORKtM, jahuary as, uea. BURKE'S SUDDEN DEATH . - . Result of Overdose' of Moryhlie Coroners' Inquest. U. 5. The death of Charles E. Burke, which occurred here at 2:30 Saturday morning, was. received with much re gret by.his many friends and acquain tance who knew him. He waa con-aldered"-an absolutely brare man and efljoyed the confidence of competent meii. --' -BurkB&ideaUi had -been expected (or some tlme.paat.an he has been suf fering for years from an acute stomacn trouble, which caused him excruciat ing pains, from which at times it was difficult for him to recover. To al tlviale this torture the deceased began taking; opates and Increased the dose of morphine in proportion .to the re quirements of each case. The nature and suddenness of- Mr. Burke's death (rave rise to some sus picion and a coroner's inquest was neld to ascertain if the deceased had committed suicide. The evidence that was given t? MUs Margurlte, who waited upon Burke, ...

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. — 28 January 1902

X thWinlt Club .3 BI5BEE DAILY REVIEW. VOLUME V. BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, iqo2. NUMBER 212. IK- n I' i ft y - l&Vfc 4)W Men's Tailoring at January Prices January prices are very much in your favor $l.oo to $12.00 depending on whether you select a suit at S16 or $28. The $1 6 suits were S17; the $28 suits were $40. But after January the object of the sale will have been accomplished; the Royal Tailors' force will have been kept busy and intact, and their stock will have been' closed out. But while January lasts until the thirty-first we'll take 3'our order at the reduced prices. The fancy vests, silk, worsted and vehet at $4.00, made to or der, is as good a bargain in Tailoring as we can remember. Short Lengths of Embroidery One yard, two yard, up to four and a half yard lengths of Embroidery and Insertions wide and nar row widths, Cambric and Swiss. It's a clean up of stock, and nearly eveiy piece will cost you quite a little less than if you'd bought it in....

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. — 28 January 1902

;ac - TrmuiMiii r Masai nAi-ir review, tc'Eaday moiwtxo. jatjary 2s, 1900. , j i -I f . A 1 fcl p j i U BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Publish! Bvry Day Exept Monday W. B. UUY. Ctftar MS Mauaer r.V. nNNUT. Associate. PENSIONS AND EX-CONFEDERATES. In a discussion of the pension bill in congress last week the information was civen that the estimate of money re quired for the pension list carried in the bill now pending was $5,500,000 less than for last year. This is attributed to the fact that the arrearages are de creasing and the number of large pen sions (those from $50 to $75 a month) was also decreasing. Mr. Barney, who had charge of the pension bill, stated that it was the opinion of the pension commissioner that the high tide of pension payment had been reached and that the amo.int required would prob ably remain stationary for some years, During the pension debate Mr, Rizey, of Virginia, advanced the proposition to open the dosrs of national soldiers' homes to coufed erates and to furnis...

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. — 28 January 1902

to T i(, M6BM5 fiA JfcY -BBVtEtr TOSttA.Y- MORNMfO, JAJCTTAJIi? .M, OMft. t, i A NOTED APACHE He Once Stood Off the San Car los Garrison for a Week. Among the Apache Indians came to Tombstone Thursday ns who wit- nesses atalnBt the Indian who mur dered nis comrade scout, "Corporal Irish," a month ago between Willcox and Fort Grant, was Chil-chu-ana, a noted character of the San Carlos res ervatlon. He Is the largest Indian on the reservation and weighs more than 250 pounds. He is chief of the tribe near the Rice Indian school on the San Carlos reservation. Several Tears ago be violated some or the agency rules and Capt. Buliis sent the police after him Chil-chu- ana, however, got wot d that the dlan agent desired an Interview with him and had gathered a number of hi. brave, for the purpose of defying the agency authority. hen the In-1 dlan police arrived at tho chief's wick-1 Iud thev were told to return and report ..... ., i,t. M.,..i . Aa . ' . " "" '" """' which they did. Chll-ch...

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. — 28 January 1902

1 PIBBBE A.ILY REVIEW TUESDAY MORXIX6, JAUTTARY 28, 1903. SMALLPOX New Pest House Favorable Lo cation found In company with officer Doyle a re porter drove over the country three miles east of town to look over the territory designated for a pest house. The present one is entirely Inadequate and will soon be replaced by another and a better one. The site that some favor for build ing a new pest house on is sltuateed about one and a half miles east of town, some distance back from the road, and in a ravine back of the hill, where there is plenty of protection from wind. There is a ravine running into the basin, which with a little grading will make it approachable for a team with a buggy or wagon. The ground has been tendered the county officials for a building spot, and some seem to think favorable. The committee on sanitary condi tions asked for a couple of days to look into the matter, and their decision will be ot course Bnal and will be presented to the city council when it next...

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