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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 29 November 1902

ZM mi 1 have seen from the Modern and would indicate that the future output of that property will carry Important values in gold which are happily counted upon by the management in footing up their balance sheet These gentle men who have struggled against al most every species of adversity in the development of this property have always maintained suprerxe confidence in their enterprise simply because the goods were there and every shot disclosed them richer and more abund ant than before all of which insures final success for the nerve and enter prise of the promoters of this remark able enterprise The presence of the proper stuff in sufficient quantities tells a story which no one can contra did and puts a can on the wild cats tail which he can never shake off The Modern looks better every day Home Mining Men on the Wing Major Hargrove and Mr Beckman left yesterday for the field of their mining operations in Sonora They rep resent the mining brokerage company of B F -Graham and co...

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. — 29 November 1902

k tt m m t li h 3 u II BRIEF CITY NEWS adopt him A Wise Member will be seen at the Bisbe ODera house tonight Sep DISBCE DAILY REVIEW SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 29 1S02 Arranging for Reception A meeting of the chamber of com merce oi the city of El Paso was held at that place yesterday for the Albert Drachman of Tucson Is now purpose of arranging for a reception connected with the shoe department and celebrsioa on the official open of the Copper Queen ing of the El Paso and Southwestern The hospital contains tVcH7fire railroad J Inmates and with few exceptions they n I BIa Crowd at Naco o p oressing iaoraory The crowd swarmed down upon Pete Johnson Is suffering from ar Naco Thankssilvlng day was one or attack of rheumatism -He Is nolo ibe iargest in Its history At 9 oclock to be about with tho help of a can ln tiie evening the restaurants were Foot ball seems to be the rage on without anything to eat and the liquid j iu Eireeis iucsc uays auu me uiu uuj reiresnmenis at me vanuus rtsur...

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. — 30 November 1902

r 1 1 1 ui W -1 - WmsBsmMiisaSB BW SWiWK K viRSEirUif5t S - T TPT TJ - -- J REGULAR MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOLUME VI That BIsbee lias ceased to be a camp In the literal sense of the word is becoming more apparent each suc ceeding day In any line of business there is a steady increase and as the old landmarks are becoming obscure along the canyon sides new and sub stapMal buildings are being erected and j resident of Bisbee ten year ago would be bewildered in an atempt to find his way The evolution in mining since the first day of the camp have been equal ly marvelous In August 1SS0 the first attempt at production was made A 30 ton water jacket was bown in on the fine carbonate copper ores down near the bottom of the canyon We hear it oft repeated that the first workings comprised a solid body of oxydlzed copper that ran 23 per cent of metal in the furnace Ihe ore being so free smelting that silica had to be added to the furnace charge This ore body extended to a depth of 400...

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. — 30 November 1902

I n P V j c T 3T Net Gain of this Mammoth Company For Thirty Days A Remarkable Showing In our mention ot this phenomenal camp we shall confine ourselves to facts and figures Statistics ordnari ly are dreary In this Instance they are eloquent Where a few years ago the slopes of the Puertocltas were the wild mysterious goal of the ven turesome prospector now a most extra ordinary scene of Industrial activity exists In this brief period a reduc tion plant capable ot producing 6000 000 pounds of copper per month has been Installed and few can compre hend the power the vast forest of machinery and the multitude of appli ances which this involves The development and equipment ot the mines up to July 31st 1902 in volved an expenditure of 368207267 and the area of the mineral lands of the company amounts to 10408 and 58 100 acres Six furnaces were in operation up to Nov 10 at which time the company expected to install the seventh and along with their converter system the company expected to...

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. — 30 November 1902

J I W BKVISPPis i TSKKHtoe J SHU WnmOBKSr - RIBSn imnainBairatiifiaMBHBnSHflHMHHHlHffiAflKlE Si - dhj At the Fair At the hair At the Fair 5 HI HS 7 r n iT r ux x Kemarkaoie saie ot nomen s lanor iviaae miiis Including a Manufacturers sample line An opportunity for a bargain such as this comes rarely at this time of the year the time when everybody is buying their winter suits These handsome garments the very newest styles are offered when most wanted at these bar gain prices 1350 a 1250 Ladies Beautiful Tailored Dress and Walking Suits at 765 Made ot Plain Cheviots Venetian Cloths Snowflake mixed effects and Homespuns The walking suits are made NORFOLK STYLE with plaits both front and back and belt at waist small top pockets new style collar and re verses The DRESS SUITS have blouse doable breasted or fly front jackets with imported braid trimming some with stitched straps Graceful flaring skirts trimmed to match coats For Monday and all of the weeK provided they last you can buy th...

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. — 30 November 1902

7 51 I i w K s ilV jfc 5- 3 - 2s - 3 w 2 Continued from page one Church and Churches The church is thoroughly organized for service The Rev Harvey M Shields Ph D Is pastor and the ruling elders are Messrs Smallwood the clerk of the session J W Wright E M Durley Silas Ross G J Wll 11ms C L Caveni M D and C J Claussen The board of directors recently or ganized Is composed of Messrs I Calster C C Rouzer and C W Claus sen This board assists the pastor in relieving those who are in sickness or any distress in the community and work in conjunction with the Ladies society The board of trustees who have charge of the temporalities of the church is composed of the following gentlemen Mr Walter Douglas Mr Stuart W French Prof Claude Smallwood Mr C C Rouzer Rev J O Prichard Mr Morris High Mr Lee FHanmer Mr Nell Ferguson and Mr I C E Adams This board Is organized as follows Mr C C Rouzer President Prof Claude Smallwood Vice president Mr Stuart W French Secretary Mr Lee F Hanmer Treasurer Just n...

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. — 2 December 1902

8 li BISBEE DAILY REVIEW REGULAR MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOLUME VI fc y B a 21bsC sE THE SULTAN OPj TURKEY TERRIBLE GALE LAKE SUPERIOR THIRTEEN MEN AND A WOMAN COOK PERISH IN THE WAVES The Steamer Charles Hebard Driven On the Recks and Dashed to Pieces Sault Ste Marie Dec 1 In a ter rible west gale on Lake Superior Sat urday night the steamer Charles He bard was driver on the rock shore at Point Malnsee and was soon dashed to pieces by the seas Her crew consisting of thirteen men and a wo man cook hare not been heard from and it is feared all perished The schooner Aloha one of the con sorts v high the Hebard had in tow broke away from the steamer on Lake Superior and has not been heard of since When last sighted she was la boring heavily in the trough of the the sea Little hope is entertained for her safety The schooners Warmlngtoni and Fraccomb other vessels of the tow ran before the gale after breaking away from the steamer and finally succeeded In reaching anchorage at Coo...

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. — 2 December 1902

Mr fell M -1 - 41 l3 j BISBEE DAILY REVIEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES Invariably In Advance By the year 750 By the month 75 Issued Every Morning except Monday CONSOLIDATED PRINTING AND PUB LISHING COMPANY ACTUAL MMKR PRINTED TO BAVHOO THE STATEHOOD BILL Tomorrow the senate coinrni tec on territories will make its report to the senate based upon the recommenda tions of the sub committee who has just returned to Washington from their tour of investigation Reports have leaked out from Washington that the senate committee will report in favor of the admission of Oklahoma and reject the claims of New Mexico and Arizona If this is to be the re port of the committee it is reason able to suppose that President Roose velts message will contain no men tion of the statehood question The San Francisco Call raises Us voice in behalf of Arizona and New Mexico in the following Recent reports from Washington to the effect that the senate commit tee having charge of the omnibus bill conferring statehood in ...

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. — 2 December 1902

-- I vltll n 5 3K ii a NEW SHORT STORIES A DntTe Soldier A story Is going the rounds about Charles IUcliman The Incident of the story Is said to have occurred at a time when Hickman was playing in a war drains Just which the chronicler does not record The story Imolved two brothers southerners by birth who became es tranged through hue of the same wo man The war breaks out and one of them joins his fortunes with the Union army the other with the Confederate forces The crucial moment of the play occurred In the third act Jl scene show s the ramparts of Vlcksburg being besiesed by the Union army The brothers jre In command of the re spective forces The Confederate broth er comes upon the stage points out his brother to bis officers denounces him as a traitor and gloats over their com ing revenge A certain point In the tpeecli was the cue for the appearance of a Union officer climbing over the ramparts followed quickly by bis sol diers The curtain usually descended on the victory of th...

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. — 2 December 1902

rV it- r fel Kfi Ssss WW n f fVi if 7 xm S5 Pgss tst W B inoffensive hard working miner his only fault being that he engaged in an occasional auiet drunk for him- self and his room mate swears at on the night or the nom up ne nearu the shot and at that time Dusty Rhodes was In his room This man went to the officers and wanted to tes tlfy to this fact but was informed that they had all the witnesses they -needed If these facts be true every American- ought to know it and this statement is made by a man who has lived in Bisbee for years n DORA HOLTS CASE Trials and Counter Trials in Phoenix r Much Interest in Outcome The following from the Gazette is the latest phase of tie Dora Holt case which- originated in Bisbee and has been carried to Phoenix The troubles of Dora Holt seeming ly have only Commenced and the courts of all degrees are having her to- deal with Yesterday morning she appeared before Judge Burnett of the Justice court oa the charge which was brought against her by her b...

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. — 2 December 1902

if n tL No 11 PM TTTtTtTtTtt DAILY 400 412 425 434 438 Lv Lv Ar Lv Lv Lv ILv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar Eatt Bound 9 INoon 12001 12i 1225 1234 1238 East Bound No 3 DAILY 1225 pm 100 113 131 203 303 328 328 339 I 401 429 449 500 520 550 600 621 650 715 702 7 AM 755 812 858 912 915 STATIONS rl DOUGLAS -- K i t -- P Forrest VI i w M Twenty minutes for dinner ALVORDS CASE IS DISMISSED WILL NOT STAND TRIAL FOR ROB BING A TRAIN IN COCHISE COUNTY Two Other ChargesStill Hanging Over His Head Several Divorces Granted Yesterday The Days Proceedings By Telephone to Review A mild sensation occurred In the district courts room In Tombstone yesterday when the case of Territory of Arizona vs Bunt Alvord was called The charge against Alvod was an as sault with intent to commit robbery having reference to Alvords connec tion with the holding up of an S P train at Cochise station Deputy Dis trict Attorney O Gibson arose sn3 made a motion that the case against Alvord be dismissed The district at torney gave...

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. — 2 December 1902

m iS i m a XL Ma MINERAL APPLICATION No i i 789 ineral Survey No 1648 -0 S Land Office Tucson Arizona October 9th 1901 Notice Is hereby given that John H Uathlas Charles Strong and Florence Foster as administratrix ot the es tate of E II Sampson deceased whose postofflce address Is Blsbee Arizona have this day filed their application or a patent for HS7 14S7J KS75 1431 S and 1494 S linear fiet of the High Card New Era Cochse I X L and Ohio mine or vein respectively bearing copper and other metals with surfac round 000 feet In width situated In Wdi mining dis trict county of Cochise and Territory ei Arizona and designated by the fieiJ notes and official plat on file In this office ma survey No IMS approsJmately In township 23 south range t east unsur veyed of Gila and Salt river base and meridian said survey No 1C1S being as follows HIGH CABD LODE Beginning at corner No L the north west corner Identical with location and with corncrNor 3 New Era lode of this survey and south end cent...

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. — 2 December 1902

1 i 11 nimmrx 1 n r j II wt J t XI H y The Smelter Sunday was a fine day for visiting the smelter When the boys had a few Idle moments It was very natural to hover over the warm bullion or back up toward the furnace The con verters were spouting like perpetual pyrotechnics The slag was rolling away like raw custard the matte spouts were gushing and they were tipping the settlers up until their con tents went Into the big tea pot and from them to the converter Everything about the smelter has been swept and scrubbed and clean ed up just as they used to clean up around the Jerome smelter when they exuected Clark to arrive The boys could always tell when he was coming Over at the foundry they were cast lng smoke stacks for the new E P S W passenger engines The new Czar caroenter shop Is ready for oper ation Among fts features of equip ment is the latest improved band saw the only one in camp It is an end less belt saw carried by two wheels passing through a slot in a polished iron tabl...

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. — 2 December 1902

m S3 BRIEF CITY NEWS Mr Paso has retired from his de partment In the Copper Queen store A new line of Wilson Bros Golf and Stiff Besom shirts Open front and back and made to fit All the same 125 Also lots of new soft and French Flannel shirts with and with out silk stripes Schwartz Bros Main street The Fish Pocd free lunch Ts a great attraction for the hungry public these clays Men Look down at your feet sirs If they are not neatly shod and you owe them a new pairtry a pair of oak soled Sez or Packard Oh so E Z Schwartz Bros the proper shoe mca Dick Davis has concluded to soak up ozone around Douglas for some time to come The Chicago Painless dentiste are now located In their new quarters over the Blsbee Trading store and are prepared to do all kinds of first class dental work n 144f The body of Joseph Netherland was shipped to San Marcus--Texas tester day morning - - The Chicago FalnlesaJDentlstsJiaye changed quarters from the Johnson black to the suite formerly occupld by Dr Slato...

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. — 4 December 1902

l 1 1 i I M I i t I L v VOLUME VI BRILLIANT WEDDING IN LONDON London Dec 3 -The marriage of Mis3 Alice Constance Ward of New York to Captain CyrllBlackburn Tew at Holy Triafty church Sloan street today wes one of the brightest ever seen The church was crowded with representatives of the American con tingent and English society as well Seldom has been seen a more beau tiful dress than that worn by the brae It was made of Ivory satin full court train of Brussels lace chiffon The bridesmaids looked remarkably pret ty in delicately flowered silk dresses made over white chiffon petticoats with blue sashes distributing favors made of Iillies of the valley and gar denias to the guests The bride was given away y her brother Count Reginald Ward After the bride and bridegroom bad driven away from the church everyone repaired toother Hyde Park i Hotel where refreshments oi an Kinus were dispensed Later in the after nocc Capt and Mrs Tew started for paria where they will make their home DAUGHTE...

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. — 4 December 1902

iirri vt L VSv Vw 7-3- V j - BISBEE DAILY REVIEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES Invariably in Advance By the year 750 By the month 75 luued Every Morning except Monday CONSOLIDATED PRINTING AND PUB LISHING COMPANY ACTUAL MMKft rSMfTCD Tft MYHOO MR REED AND THE TARIFF The New York Times one of the leading republican papers of the coun try has the following regarding the tariff and the views of ex Speaker Tom Reed which by the way seem to coincide with the Roosevelt idea The Times says TJrider the deceptive title of What Shall We Do with the Tariff Mr Thomas B Reed in the current num ber ot the North American Review Teflects at some length and with his accustomed grace on the supreme expediency of doing nothing with that sacred statute of taxation We cannot say that there is any thing striklngy novel in his reflec tions They are presented with that seriousness which is the charm of his delicate humor and they abound in his gentle cynicism at the expense of those who oppose the wisdom of the ages ...

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. — 4 December 1902

V I COUNTY RECORDERS WORK Instruments Piled During the Past Week Realty Mortgages Win Hamilton to A J Haven J F Williams to Bank of Douglas V A Fisher to Bank of Douglas Declaration of Trust E A Hockley to h W Cooley et a Locations T mines by Copper King of Arizona 1 mine by Gto T Wilcoxen 2 ralaes by J J Bowen et al 1 mine by T K Mitchell 1 mine by G S Crockett et al 1 mine by Saml Nelson rcines by Geo S Branch 4 mines by Gus Gottscbalk etal 1 mine by Al Bannow et al - 1 mine by J C Wiser et a 1 mine by Jas Warne et al 1 mine by A V Lewis et al 1 mini by A Baron 7 mines by C W Rambo et al 2 mines by Frank Murelll 1 mine by H W Cardwell 1 mine byChas W Hull 1 mine by Wm McDaniel 1 mine by J G Prichard et al Proof of Labor 1 mice by T B Chattman 5 mines by Wm Holmes 2 mines by S K Williams et al 2 mines- by Gus Hlckey et al 1 ralne by JT Howell 4 mines by Wm Blackburn et a 4 nines by Cuas Patten et al Z mines by John Corning et al 1 mine by Dick Kinsmen Satisfaction of Morgags Wm Cow...

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. — 4 December 1902

mK At THE PAIR LADIES NEW COATS Ladies foate 24 and 27 inches long indoof cool kersey cloth in black ant castor silk d OC lined coat or Etorm collar worth 10 forV jf Fine new shades Reduced from 3 00 for SECOND FLOOR Flannel Waists Ladies Flannel Waists made of Botany Flannel tacked front and back new style collar and sleever in redbluo pink lavendar tan and other sBF Tr Trar TP VV v DISTRICT COURT QUIET DAY VERY LITTLE BUSINESS TRANS i f ACTED AT TOMBSTONE OH YESTERDAY The Days Proceedings Three Nev Cases Filed Alvcrd Remains in - Tombstore - Court convened at 930 oclock Rena Cavlness vs Benjamin Cavi ness divorce Deqree granted to plaintiff and allowet to assume ner maiden name of Wilson t The case of J H Jacks vs ierrint foreclosure of lien and Judgment given to plaintiff for amounts sued for with interest at 6 per cent from February 1902 - The case of D- Martini vs Heney by plaintiff Attachments were issued for sev eral defaulting witnesses wanted be fore the grand Jury The gran...

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. — 4 December 1902

- V f ft ft j t t K n Ei I z n WV If - T 14 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CONTROLLER DETAILED STATEMENT OF RE SOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF NATIONAL BANKS The Aggregate Resources Increase Nearly a Half Billion Dollars In One Year Washington Dec 3 The annual re port of William B Ridgely Comptroll er ofthe Currency has been -prepared for transmission to congress The re port starts with a table giving a de tailed statement of the resources and liabilities of all the national banks of the United States as shown by the five reports of condition made in re sponse to the call of the comptroller Prom this table it appears that on September IS 1902 the date of the last call 4601 associations reported with aggregate resources of 6113928 91250 The loans and discounts amounted to J32081274S0C9 or more -than 50 percent of the total resources of the banks The items of surplus and undivided profits amounted re spectively to 32639395366 and S169 21651203 The Individual deposits reached the highest point in the...

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. — 4 December 1902

MINERAL APPLICATION No 789 mineral Survey No 1648 J S Land Office Tucson Arizona October 9th 190C Notice l hereby glen that John II tiftthla Chailcs Strong and Florence 1 Foster ixa administratrix of the es tate of 11 K Sampson deceased whose rutoBco address is Blsbee Arizona fcaye this day filed their application for m l atcrt for HS7J HS7 1IS75 14JIS and 14S4S linear fet of the High Card Xew Ere Cochse I X and Ohio mine er -vein rcspcctl ely bearing copper and ether metals Tilth surfac tround COO feet In width situated in Wn mining dis trict county of Cochlso and Territory f Arizona and designated by the fie a Botes and official plat on file in this office as survey No 1448 approximately in township 3 south range 24 east veyed of Oila and Bait river base and meridian said survey No 1HS being as toHows - HIGH CARD LODE Beginning at corner No L the north vest corner identical with location and with corner No 3 New Era lode of this orrey and south end center Pay Day lode survey No 13...

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