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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 5 June 1902

J3fl BI88EE DAILY REVIEW, THURSDAY, JUNE 6TH H DISTRICT COURT SECOND DAI BUSINESS BEING RAPIDLY DIS POSED OF BY JUDGE DOAN. A Divorced Lady Becomes a Bride The Grand Jury Expects to Con clude Its Labors This Week In dictments Returned. Tombstone, June 4. The second day of the district court was convened yesterday morning at 8:30 a. m., and during the day a number of cases were disponed of Judge Doan is doing hi.? utmost to rid the calendar of the many cases, and during the past two days has dipoed of some thirty odd chii cases and by the end of the week will hate disposed 01 a majoritj of the eight -seven civil cases. The grand jury commenced its la bors yesterday morning and estab Bshed a good record for business that few grand juries in the territory have accomplished. Some thirteen cases ere brought up bofore the jury yc3 terday eight indictments being found and five Ignored. Six of the indict ments found were for murder. In the finding of the indictments over fifty itne!SO' were...

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

" BISBEE DAILY REVEIW. THURSDAY, JUNE STH CAPTURED THE CRITICS. Brilliant Svcae.a of American Girl In Grand Open at Paris. Miss Bessie Abbott, the charming young American whose recent debut In grand opera in Paris was bo pro nounced a success, leaped Into promi nence at one bound. It is a rare thine for an operatic debutante to gain the food will of the lVench critics In a sin gle performance. But this Miss Abbott accomplished, and the public has in dorsed the opinion. Miss Abbott Is a native of Ogdens burg, N. Y and less than fire years ago she was singing coon songs with g CALIFORNIA MARKET. Post Office Building. J. D. MOSHER. Prop. Fresh Beef, Pork, Sausage and Mutton always on band. Meat delivered to all parts of the City E. A. VON ARNIM, Real Estate and Cattle Broker. Agent :nr Non-Resldents. DOUGLAS, - - ARIZONA Refer to Gila Valley Bank, Solomonvillu, Arizona. First National Bank, El Paso, Texas. - ' naaasErtjPiL-k'TlinaaaaaaaaaB 5 aaaa'. !?-Jaaaaaaaai 5 BnaarC32x.St&aTaT...

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

iF"V;T?F"?T?-?fT 1 , r .11 y tw ' . il BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. THURSDAY, JUNE BTH 1 1 ORDINANCE NO. 16. An ordinance declaring public nuis ances, providing for the abatement thereof and imposing penalties for the creation, continuance or Buffering of nuisances to exist. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of BUbee as follows: Section 1. Anything which is inju rious to health, or is indecent or of fensive to the senses, or which ob structs the free use of property, or which interferes with the comfortable enjoyment of life or property by an entile community or neighborhood, -r v a considerable number of person), i or which unlawfully obstructs the free j w mla- e. mA No, a pine passage or use in the customary man- J pj j j.j tt- onK 4 ln gq. on a cross oer of auy water-course, public place, (X) on lime stone bed rock, scribed B.W. street, alley or highway in the city c.S.R. 4-109. Thence N. 19 deg. 23 mln. of Bisbee; Is a public nuisance. w var. n deg. 20 mln. E. ...

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

B1SBEE DAILt REVIEW, THUR6DAY, JUNE 5TH NEWS OF THE TOWN Tipton Recovering. Henry Tipton, who was burned boat the face with hot elag In the Belter last Tuesday, will be out In a few days. He Is now at the hospital. His Injuries will leave no serious ei fects. Cetting In Shape. The Blsbeo brass band is getting In excellent shape. The members are all hard workers and numerous are tell ing wonderfully. The band will give the people a treat during the week of the celebration. o Inspector Investigating. J. T. Driscoll. postofflce incpector, is In town investigating charges marie against Postmaster Prltchard by C. P. Hart, of Hart & Graff, accusing him ol burning some of Bucklin's patent med ecine almanacs, which Mr. Hart saved from burning at the back of the post office building. o In a Snow Storm. J. II. Jacks, the lumberman, has re turned from a trip to Texas and New Mexico, where he, in company with his niece. Miss Prindle, spent a most enjoyable outing in certain mountain resorts...

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

liifc BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. MEJ1BER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. D VOLUME VI BISBEE. ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE G, 1002 NUMBER 29 II WW FAVORS NICARAGUA ROLTE Washington, June 6. In further con deration of tho Isthmian canal pro Ject, the Eunato today heard two speeches, neither of which was com pleted. Hanna, of Ohio, tpoke in favor of the Spooner amendment, conferring on President Roosevelt authority to pur chase the rights of the Panama Canal Company if title could be obtained. Otherwise ho shall decido upon the Nicaragua route. Mitchell of Oregon supported the Hepburn bill for the construction of the canal by the Nicaragua route. Seldom has a senator been accorded a more attentive hearing than that given Hanna. The Panama route he considered much to be preferred to the TEAMSTERS' STRIKE ENDS WAGONS WILL RUN IN CHICAGO TODAY. No Rioting Yesterday Strike Leaders tVay Not Get Places Back Both Sides Friendly. Chicago, June 5. Quiet reigns to-lay in the turbulent stock ards distri.'t a...

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

nNvviiap BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, FRIDAY, JUNE" 4TH BISBlE DAILY REVIEW Issued Every Morning, except Monday CONSOLIDATED PRINTINC AND PUB LISHING COMPANY. the windows la the slums, sells steril ized milk to the poor, has a salaried or ganist to play Its groat organ, gives lectures and besides has parks, con certs, technical schools, and Is now de molishing unsanitary dwellings an.l erecting model tenements. Addre all communications to BIS HtX DAILY KEVIEW. Uisbec. Ariz. ACTIHL MJMBEB PfilKTEO TO-DAY.HOO. TOWJCHNSON'S PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN. In Chicago last wek W. J. Uryan and Major Johnson, of Cleveland, Ohio, met and held a conference. Nothing was given out concerning the subject under consideration by these two dis tinguished democrats, but their meet ing attracted the 'attention of the Chi cago press, and it is claimed that it should bo regarded by democrats as significant. The News, commenting on the incident says: Mr. Johnson ha; not been conspicuous as a prsidential possibility 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. — 6 June 1902

Z3B BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, FRIDAY, JUNE 6TH -r-rsK.-'-; THE MINING FIELDl GOLD HILL MINIG CO. Will Estblish Headquartrs at Douglas. .... Own Property in the San 8lmon .. District. E. F. Kelsey, of Bowie, was In BU bee yesterday, returning from Douglas. Mr. Kelsey is a brother of W. F. Kci Bey, of the Bisbee Transfer company. He is secretary and treasurer of the Gold Hill Mining company, the owner of some very promising copper mines located twelve miles north of Rodeo, on the El Paso &' Southwestern rail way, and twenty-five miles from San Simon station, on the' Southern Pacific railroad. The Gold Hill company have been doing development work on Its mines for the past year and the results have been very satisfactory. Before he company secured the mines the former owners had made several ship ments of high grade ore to El Paso. D. W. 'WicVersham is president of the company, and Adolph Solomon is vice president. These gentlemen coraposo the well known firm of Solomon & Wickershaw...

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

X- BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, FRIDAY, JUNE 6TH GOOD CAUSE FOR RELEASE. n: WwHW t t I' U Frtetl Seeau of Adequate Pnalsfc tent Aside Prom Imprisonment Senator Dolllvtr of Iowa tells a good campaign story on himself. He was maUii; speeches In his congressional district vthen a member of the bouse and arrUed one afternoon at a little town. When he reached the hotel, be discovered that the proprietor, an old friend of bis, bad voluntarily gone to Jail rather than pay what he believed to be an unjust and illegal tax. The botel keeper soon learned that Dolllver was In town mid thereupon sent this note to the berltr: Dear Mr. Sheriff Please let me out ot Jail for two Lour to hear my friend Dol llver make a Fpcech. "The she. Id," says Mr. Dolllver, "wps not only an obliging wul. but he was not devoid of humor. He sent an order to the botel Keeper releasing him from jail for mo hours to bear me ipa!;, and then he added, Tbe remain der of jOur punishment Is remitted.'" 'Washington Tost. An Un:iuHic...

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

t .. K. BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, FRIDAY, JUNE 6TH DISTRICT COURT THIRD DAY A LARGE NUMBER OF CASE8. IG NORED BY GRAND JURY."- Civil Docket to Be Cleared This Week Judge Dean Is Holding Long Sessic s Every Day. Tombstone, June 5. The attention of court joist erUay was taken up Jn tb: onsideratiun ol ti.il cases, a number C whim vc.- disposed of, and st the present rate the civil calenuur will be early i-lcarcd up this week. Judge Dean btated that he wished to dear up the civil calendar if possible, and with this end in view convenes court at S clock in the morning and does not adjourn until nearly six In the coniug. If necessary night se glons - ill be held after today to com plete the .ork. The grand jurj is making excellent headway, and have already considered Home thirty odd cases in two days They now expect to complete their la bors this evening, or Friday at the latest. The hrbt case called esterday was that of Duggan vs. Chisholm. The motion of plaintiff's attorney to have, the dem...

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

S M ISW J. lw rtJMMJ. Jt Jk Mt BISBEE DAILY REVEIW. FRIDAY, JUNE 6TH "-" '- m I! re ll i i t' , IN THE TERRITORY PUSHING A GOOD CAUSE. Being Splendid Work for Statehood Done in Phoenixl President B .F. Porter of the board of trade received a telegram yesterday from Governor Murphy, vino is now In Washington, saying that every possi ble influence should be brought to bear upon Senator Bard of California in the statehood issue. The mossago use an swered by Mr. Porter saying the sug gestion would be acted upon. Imme diately thereafter Mr. Porter, as presl dent of the board of trade, wired the Call and Chronicle of San Francisco, apprising them of the situation, thank ing them for past favors and asking for immediate and special work edl torlally and through their personal in fluence, with the California senators, and particularly with Mr. Bard, in be half of the statehood bill He sent messages also to the Los Angeles Her ald and the Sacramento Record Union, urging that California's com...

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. — 6 June 1902

BISBEE DAlVWEVirW?'1?WtAyrTOHBr8Tfr-' "" Si ) h ORDINANCE NO. 16. An ordinance declaring public nuis ances, providing for the abateine. thereof and imposing penalties for the oreatlon, continuance or suffering of nuisances to exist. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Bisbee as follows: Section 1. .Anything which is Inju rious to health, or is Indecent or of fensive to the senses, or which ob; tructs the free use of property, or which interferes with the comfortabla enjoyment of life or property by an entire community or neighborhood. r by a considerable number of persons', or which unlawfully obstructs the'free passage or use in the customary man ner of any water-course, public place, street, alley or highway in the city of BIsbee. is a public nuisance. r . All water-closets, privies and ces pools within said city, which are or hall be permitted to become or re main in an unwholesome or offensive condition, on account of the want or insufficient use of pro...

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. — 6 June 1902

L .-'A. H- - 'v rtn in u. BISBEE TJA1LV TTEVTCW. FRTOAY, 30TIE 6TH NEWS OF THE TOWN Are Married. Alfred Paul and Miss Mabel Swain were married yesterdav lacrning in Tombstone. Seveial went from here to attend the wedding. Death. Georgo F. Williams, gfd 63 years. died last night at tho Uospltal at 10:10 o'clock, of pneumocl. He was a miner and has np relative in this vi cinit. o To Former Place. C. E. Wilson, after several weels in the employ of the Copper Qneen hotel, has returned to the New England Kitchen, where he waa formerly em ployed. Mr. Wilson is an expert vlth the steaks and hot rolls. o Bridge Burred. A report reached hore yesterday that krldge No. 9 on the E. P. &. S. W .road east of Kodell, was burned Wednesday afternoon. A force of men was sent out at once to repair the damage, and trains were running again as usual at 8 o'clock yesterday morning NEW COOkS fOK SCHOOL LIBiMRYi taWWKliivV lVNVVW. ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIVE RECENTLY ADDED. Library Now Contains Seven H...

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. — 7 June 1902

BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. MEHE: OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Q TOLUME VI BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1002 NUMBER 30 CLOSE OF DEBATE ON ANARCHY BILL Washington, June . The general j debate on the anti- anarch bill closed im the house today. The incident of the day was a speech by Richardson or Alabama, democrat, condemning President Roosevelt In sctere terms for refer ences in his memorial day oration at Arlington to the epithets applied to Lincoln and Grant during the civil war, and for his allusions to lynch ings. He declared that the president's re marks violated the proprieties of the occasion. Littlefield of Maine made a legal ar gument of an hour and a half in clos ing the debate on the anarchy bill. The section of the senate "bill pr viding a body guard for the -president was stricken from the senate bill as a precaution in case the boase subfrti t'ute failed. STABBED JNTHE BACK A. W. SLATER SLIGHTLY WOUND ED LAST NIGHT. L. R. Smith in City Jail, Charged 'With Having Don...

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. — 7 June 1902

i BISBEE DAILV REVIEW, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7th. r? BIS&fE DAILY REVIEW Iued Ever Mrnln, except Monday CONSOLIDATED PHINTINC AND PUB LISHING COMPANY. i Addre all communications lo CIS BEE DAILY KEVIEW. Q.sbec. Ariz. ACTU4L MMBER PRINTED T0-DAY.1400. HOUSE RULES AND SENATORIAL COURTESY. Rules which make the speaker of the House of Representatives an auto crat, and storing committees and sena torial courtesy in the senato has placed the fate of any national legis lation in the hands of a few men. This condition is now the subject of much adverse comment in the press of the country and there are hopeful signs that a reform may be brought about in the national law making bodies. Re cently there have been several re rolts against th one-man power in the House and the people are encouraged in the hope that tho individuality of congressmen may bo restored in that body and that members may be re lieved of the humiliation of supplicat ing at the throne of the speaker for the privilege ...

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. — 7 June 1902

i .Jtaiv IXM ilti-iicJ '- i. -w . . . , ..Vv I BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7th. i 'r , i i. rlNING riELD PKOrKSSIONAI,, MEXICO MINES. tchell, of Blsbce, the Owner 6od Property Near Silver City arge Amount of Work Done. C. W. Mitchell, assayer for the s Queen Mining company here, itly come into the possession of a jp of mince in'New Mexico, located ,hteen miles west of Silver City. je mines were lormerij- uwihtu vy ome eastern parties from whom it was obtained by Mr.Mi tchell. There are five claims, Known as the Corea Miller group. The present develop ment work consists of hve shafts sunk on the ledge to depths of from 20 ,to g A. D. UPTON ATTOnNT.X-AT-I.AW AGENT FOR LAND SCRIP Tombttdne. Arizona y E. N. GREAVES. Juatlee of tli Fence. Collection,, Land, Mining and Gene,... tail nets AEeueJ. Haco, Arlaoca. ! ' . II I J2? Our Naco Advertisers J& j i i THAXE K. HSHBrOBD IETH X. K1T1BD. HEREFORD HAZZAED ATTOBN5T8-AT-LA.M TUCSON. ARIZONA AGENTS FOR LAND SCRIP p A. SWEE...

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. — 7 June 1902

Vrl - -..,4.i w awmwfcu-y wmMwm mu a iww,l Wi JLtr .. 'J, BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7th " Mil i. . ii i II '" V f H DISTRICT COURT rOURTH DAY ANOTHER GOOD DAY'S WORK IN COURT. The Grand Jury Probably Concluded Its Labors Yesterday Many Pris oners Plead Not Guilty and Have Their Caces Set for Trial. Court eonened at the usual hour, S o'clock, and preceded with the civil calendar. The hrst case called wp.s that of P. A. Deniartlni vs. C. Cramer, garnishment, upon motion of attor neys for plalnUi! the case was contin ued for the term. In the case of Demartini vs. Gould, for debt, judgment for which was ghen plaintiff Wednesday, a stay of execution 'was granted for four day. In the case of Keilly, administrator of the estate of P. Downing, deceased, vs. J. Isabella Carroll et al., the fata: ute of limitations asKed for by defend ants was denied by the court, to which ruling Attorney Clark took an excep tion. The case was then continued until Friday morning. In the ca&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. — 7 June 1902

J, -A ..!. k.44X X u BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7th. '. I SCHOOL EXERCISES HELD LAST NIGHT The opera house was crowded last i night to greet the outgoing class and I wish them God speed upon their com-1 mencemcntot a new life's vvork. There ' ere fourteen in the graduating cla-sj, j and the) icrtainly made an excellent showing. Every one who took part did much credit. The audience num bering at least a thousand people, was well repaid for being present. The Copper Queen band played sev eral selections during the eening, an J did excellent work. The Soldier's Dream and the medley were very much enjoyed. Miss l.illie PerMns was the first of the class to take part, and rendered for her audience "The Chimes of Nor mandy" in a very artistic and pleasing manner, receiving a most hearty ap plause. Little May Hankins then gai-e & recitation. "A Sketch of Cecil Rhodes" was the subject of a particularly well written easay oy Elsie Toles. She presented her subject in a ver...

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. — 7 June 1902

- -1 y?is .... . i.iJ- in -i i ..-i ,-..T..-i .ai.j 1. 1 - -iii I. i mi'' . r- ' W, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7th. 1 i s o J I i An El Paso Murder. J Tho Jockey Club, a gambling die' and saloon for negroes in El Paso, was the scene'of a cold blooded murder on j Wednesday night. Billy Wiggins, a colored cook, and better known by the pseudonm of "Moustache Billy," formerly employed at the Alpha res taurant, had his throat cut by Pearl formerly resided at Alamogordo, N. M-ji Wiggins was piamg craps in tno Jockey Club when Reed entered, walked up to his victim and cut his throat with a razor. , . I The Verde Smelting. Developing and menced the development of its proper- J ties rn Tonto Basin It is proposed to .J run a tunnel 500 feet below the present . workings of the mines. It Is expected s that a large body of sulphide ore will JJ be opened up in this tunnel, which wll I " greatly facilitate the work of smelting ! the ore These properties hae pro duced some phenomlnally rich ore, go ing...

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. — 7 June 1902

JBt w BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 71?. SV k E aj bi. ORDINANCE NO. 16. rAn ordinance declaring public nuis ances, providing (or the abatement thereof and imposing penalties tor1 the creation, continuance or suffering ot nuisances to exist. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Blsbee as follows: i Section 1. Anything which is Inju rious to health, or is indecent' or of fensive to the senses, or which ob structs the free use of property, or which interferes with the comfortable enjoyment of life or property by in entire community or neighborhood, .ir by a considerable number of, persons, or which unlawfully obstructs the free passage or use in the customary man ner of any water-course, public place, street, alley or hlghwav the city of Blsbee. is a public nuisance. 1 All water-closets,, privies and cess pools within said city, which are or shall be permitted to become or re main in an unwholesome or offensive condition, on account of tho want o...

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. — 7 June 1902

w ' e-"Ci" & l I as mff && ?&-. BISBEE OA'UV HcVlcv. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7th. NEWS OF THE TOWN Received Check. Joseph Dyckman has received a fcoek from the Fraternal Brotherhood lor $19.30 (or a hurt he received while running a car in the Copper Queen Mines. Two Are Fined. Two women were fined $10 by Jus tice Williams yesterday for the part they took in the assault upon Andrew Howard. Two others were discharged for lack of evidence. Pleasant Evening. A delightful party was given Thurs day evening at the residence of Rev. X. Shields. A large number of young people were present, and spent the time pleasantly until early morning. Befc'eehments were 6erved. Looking After Ochoa. Forest W. Hill, deputy United States marshal, is in the city from Tucson. He is here looking after the case ot Ochoa, a Mexican wanted in Nacozari for murder. Yesterday he was unable to say what disposition would be made of the case. Improving Rapidly- Walter Che6ser of Douglas, who was carred ...

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