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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 25 June 1902

j T Y UTi. . 1" Kr SKBSBSSGASf lit! mm&K"mv' --"" 7 'mStfr''' i v T 3ISBEE DAILY REVIEW WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 25 .j.:z mImU OlKto95lAteL'l'V I -II r r i ( u A W Ea easj groi ReH and Sold SScI pact LIST OF PRIZES That Will Be Awarded to Winner In Celebration Contests. The committee which has in charge the athletic contests here at the Fourth of July celebration has pre pared the following table of prizes and entrance fees: Drilling Contest, July 4 Double kanded Entrance fee. 90; first prize. MOO second prize. $300. Single-handed Entrance fee, $15. First prite, $260; second prize, $100. Hoping contest .July 6 First prize, $160; second prize, $50. Entrance fee, 6. Free-for-all race, July 5 First prize, $200; second prize, $75. Entrance fee, $10. Cow pony race, July 5 First prize $76; second prize, $2o. Entrance fee. Shooting Tournament, July 5 First. 10 bluerocks; entrance fee $1; prize, entrance money and $5 added. Second, 16 bluerocks; entrance fee, $1.60; prize, entrance money...

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 June 1902

i i,lii!ilUi1liiriliWllllM.;i Villi' iimnimjmmmmimmim m 'i' 3T ) w c s BI3BEE DAILY REVIEW WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 25 "V CAN LOCATE BODIES OF ORE S. C. SCHUTZ HAS MACHINE OF GREAT IMPORTANCE. It an Electrical Device That Finds Ore Bodies Will Make Some Tests in This Vicinity. S. C. Schutz. of El Paso, is now In Bisbeo with an electrical ore finder that if it does what is claimed for it will result in the saving of millions of dollars to prospectors and mining companies. It operaties along lines en tirely different from the divining rod and magnetic needle. "Every principle of the ore finder is based on the laws of nature," said Mr. Schutz yesterday, "and It is a scien tific instrument that has already worked successful!. I spent four months at Parral, in Chihuahua, and every time the ore finder was tried it did just what was expected of it. "The ore finder will locate the metal, determine the size of the ore ledge and its probable depth. Owing to gold, copper and silver all being go...

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 June 1902

M BISBEE DAILY REVIEW WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 25 i i sT?""" . u I i HOW TO HELP THE RED MAN 87 Coagreumaa THANK M. EDDY of Minnesota P to this timo the whole idea of the government seems to have been to drive the Indians together on reservations which wero-kopt separate from the rest of the world. For educational purposes cer tain Indians are taken from these aggregations at times and put into schools. They are taught civili zation. Then they are taken back and put with their fellow tribesmen, with the idea that they will leaven the whole lump and uplift their people. INSTEAD OF THIS THEY THEMSELVES REVERT TO BARBARISM, AND SO THE RACE AS A WHOLE HAS REMAINED UNCIVILIZED and given it- foes an excuse for saying that the only solution of the Indian problem seems to be extinction. Now, this is all wrong. It is clearly demonstrated that tho Indians may be civilized. Brought into con tact with civilization, they become decent, industrious citizens. THEREFORE IF I HAD MY WAY INDIAN RESERV...

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. — 25 June 1902

WWi' "iji lit i i mm ii .1 gfU" Jw-w.Tga2r t'immwp 1 sc I prTWvr'vs? $-. BISBEE DAILY REVIEW WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 25 iwmm ARTICLES OF INCORPORATON. jers, who shall be elected annually at Of the Miner.' and Merchant.- .! ffSSS Know all men by these presents. Said board of directors shall elect from That we, the undersigned, have this , their own number the following offl day voluntarily associated ourselves' cers: President, vice president and together for the purpose of forming a J cashier. The first board of directors corporaton under the laws of the terri-1 shall be u C. Shattuck. Joseph 41. tory of Arizona, and we do hereby certify and adopt the following articles of incorporation 1. The names of he incorporators are L. C. Shattuck, Jacob Schmid, L. J. Overlock, Joseph M. Muheim. Peter Johnson, S. K. Williams, and J. T. Hood, all of the city of Bisbee,- County of Cochise, Territory of Arltona. 2. The name of said corporation shall be "Miners' and Merchants' Bank, and its princ...

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. — 25 June 1902

aCTWg gacbmv.,iiw" I !'' "t " '? T ""'J ",'i; v ?WSft I?P BISBEE DAILY REVIEW WEDNE8DAY MORNING, JUNE 25 .,T -- ,, MINING APPLICATION 775. Survey No. 1613. V. S. Land UBIce, Tucson, Arizona, May 7, 1902. Notice Is hereby given that Alexander Casey, whose postoffice address Is Tomb stone, Cochise county, Arizona, has male application for a ratent for 1500 linear tu of the Crown Point, and 1300 linear ft of the Silver Reef Lode Claims, bearing Silver and Copper, situate In the Tur quols Mining district, Cochise count)-, Arlxona, and described in the. official plat and field notes on file In this office; as fol lows, vis.: Designated oy Survey eor Gen eral as M. 8. No. 1612. CROWN POINT LODEBeginnlng t cor. No. 1, a pine post 4 ft. Ions;, 4 In. sq. in mound of stone, scribed N W.CCP. I-IOS. Whence U.S. Mln. Mon.No.1 of Tur quoise Mining District brs. N. 54 deg. SS mm. W. 5996.7 feet. Thence N. 55 dec. 51 mln. E. var. 12 deg. 25 mln. K. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 2, a pine post, 4 ft. long, 4...

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. — 25 June 1902

I BISBEE DAILY REVIEW WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 25 NEWS OF THE TOWN YOU'LL WANT THE REVIEW. Parties leaving for the coast or go ing east for the summer can have the , Review forwarded to them at the same j price as that for delivery by carrier. Leave address at business office on O. ' K. street. tf Mason's Banquet. The Free Masons had a banquet last night at the Waldorf restaurant. o Will Be Invited. Governor Yeabel of Sonora and his staff and Colonel Kosterlitzsky will be invited to attend the Fourth of Ju'y celebration. o Waiting Telegram. There are telegrams at the telegraph office In the Copper Queen hotel for Enrico Monez. Charles C. McCoy and K. U. Kobrbacher. HARD TO TEI L WHO WILL WIN r-wt mftmpltWm1ikit Ktim Meteor With Tall. Shortly before 12 o'clock last night a brilliant meteor fell in the northern heavens. Bob Wilson, night clerk at the Copper Queen hotel, said that "it had a long tail to it." Committee Meeting. The Fourth of July committee held a meeting last night and f...

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 June 1902

L ssipiiPWiiiiii!i .;', 4". , ,vi, m mmmsmmm mnyaii.fciii ,' , ni-iTmy?'Tty'Li,Ji"' i . "" mmini r jam. . my nu.n . i" mi mninn ! 'lui .,jmf,n njwwi n ii tfMJtfqBwpWppW ' SUlii BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. REGULAR MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A PAPER THAT GIVES THE NEWS EVERY DAY. VOLUME VI BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, iqoa NUMBER 46 e hs X 7 el tb I CC ui W FS OFFICIAL PROGRAM THE PROGRAM OF THE SPORTS AND EXERCISES TO BE HELD HERE AT THE BIG CELEBRATION NEXT MONTH WILL EXCEED ANY PREVIOUS ARIZONA CELEBRA TION OF A LIKE NATURE. Below Is given the sports, prizes, line of march for parade, the names of committees and complete program for the celebration here July 3, 4 and 5. The program is official and is as follows: JULY 3rd, 1902, 2 P. M. BAND CONCERT AT DEPOT. 2:30 BASEBALL. Cananea vs. Bisbee; at Don Luis FOOT RACES IN TOWN; 5 P. M. 100 Yards Race, Boys under 16, 1st prize, $10.00; 2nd prize, 12.50. 3-Legged Race, Boys under 18; 1st prize, $10.00. Egg Race, Girls under ...

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 June 1902

3ISBfcE DAILY REVIEW. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 25TH N BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Issued Every Morning, except Mond.i CONSOLIDATED PRINTINC AND PUB LISHING COMPANY. Address all communications to BIS BEE DAILY REVIEW. Bubee. Ariz. ACTUAL NUUKR HINTED TO-DAV.1400. THE STRAIGHT ROAD TO HARMONY. The New York Times has no pa tience with democcrats who would, at this time, endeavor to bolster up any other Issue than that ot the tariff, as a means of dmocratic harmony and success in 1904, and cannot conceive why any leader should seek to set lae feet of the party in the darkened paths of anti-Imperialism, or wish to com mit it to the support of fads and fanat ical issues, or to yoke it up in strange Populist alliances when here, straight before it, lies the broad road, familiar to Its feet, leading if not to Immediate Tictory at least to positions from which it can honorably and confident ly demand the popular confidence? It was In 1890, Immediately after a mo3t flagrant exhibition of republican sub...

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 June 1902

3ISBEE pAILY REVIEW THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 26TH .1 1 n h I; J Ji I at 2" h : ri AI wl? trii J t ai i yj u I TJ erf ch cd on Try NACO NEWS ITEMS Bert Grover and Leonard Page, the well known rangers, came in to Naco from Mexico Saturday, bringing with them a prisoner arrested at the Cana neas. The man is Joe Brockman, and he Is charged ith stealing a horse and saddle, the property of B. F. Gra ham & Co. Brockman, it is charged, took the animal three years ago and made good his escape. Since then he has been sought for, and Bert Grover called the attention of the authorities that the man was in the Cananeas. ThesNaco Justice committed Brock man for trial. The case is peculiar, following a similar matter which oc curred some years ago. Brockman was charged with horse stealing and Jumped his bail. He was out for two and a half years, when Bert Grover ar Tested him at Pearce and turned him over to the sheriff of Grant county. Brockman is said to be a smart, quick witted fellow and his...

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 June 1902

IWIH1IIMIT1I'"I''TI1' -.--? .1 WiiM rt-w"53. J BISBEE DAILY REVIEW THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 267 I .!- K 4 a A- w tr at at fi 8 ea h TI ex ch th V CO on W, I PUBLIC SCHOOLS TRUSTEES MEET. MATERIAL ARRIVES FOR THE NEW SCHOOL HOUSES. The Central School Building to Un dergo Thorough Repair District Finances In Good Shape. There was a meeting of the trustees of the Bisbee school district held Mon day afternoon. A full board was pres ent, Including H. M. Wood, president; L. P. Hanmer, clerk; and S. W. Claw son. The object of the meeting was to consider matters connected with the erection of the new school buildings, and the repairs to be made on the cen tral building during vacation. Mr. F. E. Johnson has the contract for the new buildings. C. J. Watson has the contract for the grading of the building sites and digging vaults. The lumber for the new buildings and also for the repair work on the central building arrived Monday, having been purchased by Mr. Claw son. Work will be begun at onc...

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. — 26 June 1902

sasp twn ,.! BISBEE sOAlLY REVIEW THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 26TH If I! 1 I' ) i : 11 Present Era. qf Prosperity Seems to Be Assured By JAMES H. ECKELS. Preiident of the Commercial National Bank of Chicago and Formerly Comptroller of the Currency HE continuance of the present era of prosperity, it seem3 to me, is assured. 1 do not loot tor any recession, but, on the contrary, an advance toward still better general conditions and greater stability. The export trade of the country may be less in cer tain lines, but trade at home will show a better volume. The internal trade throughout the whole west was never more promising, the basis of it all being free from elements of speculation. I think that at no time have those engaged in commercial trade been so well equipped to liquidate, without either loss or hardship, their liabilities. THE MOST ENCOURAGING FEATURE OF OUR INDUSTRIAL 8ITUATI0N IS THE RAPIDLY ADVANCING COMPLETENESS OF DE TAIL IN ORGANIZATION, THE GROWING INTRODUCTION OF ECON OM...

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. — 26 June 1902

i ;ifcf ' -$&' v &,. 4Jfi&MMtfMgh laanOTMMMMamwMa&mMM s . - . BI8BEE DAILY REVIEW THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 26TH THE MINING FIELD MINING IN PIMA COUNTY. Just now there seems to be greater activity in the mining fields in the im mediate vicinity of Tucson and In Pima county than there ever was at any time previous to the decline in the price of Copper says the rost. it is true that some camps, like the one at Helvetia, have not resumed, but Hel vetia and several other properties were being worked at a loss long before cop per began to decline and this condition was only taken as an excuse for them to close down. There are now many valuable copper properties in the Sler rltas, in the Catallnas and in the Rin cons and in the Santa Ritas being de veloped by their owners that will pay well at the present price of copper. Many of them carry high values in gold and silver. The outlook seems bright at the present writing for the development of some excellent paying properties i...

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. — 26 June 1902

"Jk'lS Hzsmmm . MMflSlWMMWMMQilWMMP4J4a4bMMMMlM ;.', . "' v I' BISBEE DAILY REVIEW THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 26TH j 5. 1 MINING APPLICATION 775. Survey No. 1618. TJ. S. Land Office, Tucson. Arizona. May 7. 1M2. Notice Is hereby given that Alexander Casey, whose postofflce address is Tomb stone, Cochise county, Arizona, has male application for a patent for 1500 linear XL of the Crown Point, and 1560 linear ft of the Silver Reef Lode Claims, bearing Silver and Copper, situate in the Tur quois Mining district. Cochise county, Arizona, and described In the offlclal plat and field notes on Ale In this office, as fol lows, viz.: Designated oy Surveyeor Gen eral as M. S. No. ISIS. CROWN POINT LODE.-Beglnnlng at cor. No. 1, a pine poBt 4 ft long, 4 in. aq. in mound of stone, scribed N.W.CC.P. 1-161S. Whence U.S. Min. Mon.No.1 of Tur quoise Mining District bra. N. 54 deg. 35 min. W. 5996.7 feet. Thence N. 55 deg. 51 min. E. var. 12 deg. 25 min. E. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 2, a pine post. 4 ft. lon...

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. — 26 June 1902

,.:-jy.."-v.x jst--'s& vi BISBEE DAILY REVIEW THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 26TH a 3 NEWS OF THE TOWN YOU'LL WANT THE REVIEW. Parties leaving for the coast or go ing east for the summer can have the Review forwarded to them at the same price as that for delivery by carrier. Leave address at business office on O. K. street. tf Fireworks. The New England Kitchen expects to be the first place in town to receive fireworks for the celebration of the nation e greatest holiday. o Meet Tonight. ..Carrie Reymann Lodge, Degree of wonor. will meet tonight in Library Hall, and not Friday night, as incor rectly stated in the regular notice. o Officer Entertains. Officer Harrington is said to have en tertained a number of his frieads last night at a stag party. The boys played on the horns until a late hour, getting outside of a large bunch of liquid and rolld refreshments in the meantime. A great many were present whose wives are at the ocean reports on the Pacific coast. Globe Challenge. The Globe...

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. — 27 June 1902

v:' MjSOn IT Uuhcrslty Club BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. REGULAR MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A PAPER THAT GIVES THE NEWS EVERY DAY. VOLUME VI BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, iqoz NUMBER 47 3$ TO BUILD SOUTH ..NEW RAILROAD FROM CANANEA TO ..TOPOLOBAMPO ..WILL ..BE BUILT MEANS AN OCEANIC LINE OF STEAMERS TO THE ORIENT NORTON CHASE IS CHIEF PRO MOTER. Another railroad company has been added to the list of new Mexican cor porations, having been organized by Norton Chase of New York, who is the legal representativ of the Cananea Consolidated Copper Company of the state of Sonora. The new road is to be known as the Cananea, Yaqul River and Pacific rail road, and will control a line from Naco to Topolobampo. on the coast of Sinaloa. The line from Naco to Cananea Is now in operation, and the remainder will be built as soon as the funds can be raised in the east. The new road will be operated in dependent of the copper company, and is organized with a capitalization of $2,500,000. alth...

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. — 27 June 1902

. , T atsvVtP-JsMM! WWtaep"wHiC!t' MtWuWU WssfraTjfcg uhw! BISBfcE DAILY REVIEW, FRIDAY MORNING, JUN 27th, 1302. fi! BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Issued Every Morning, except Monday CONSOLIDATED PRINTINC AND PUB LISHING COMPANY. Address all communications to BIS BEE DAILY REVIEW. Bisbee. Ariz. ACTUAL NUMKB PRINTED TO-IAY.1400. CLEVELAND AND BRYAN hARMONY. No one expected Mr. Bryan to re main silent after Mr. Cleveland's har mony speech. There may be a possibil ity of democratic harmony, but there is none for political agreement be twen these two men. After sufficient time for Mr. Bryan to digest thorough ly the remarks of the ex-President, he issued a statement at his home In Lincoln, which was given to the press. Following are a few extracts from the statement which will leave no doubt as to the kind of harmony prevailing between these two ex-presidential can- didates: ..,. . ,. . .. , The banquet given on the evening' of June 19, by the Tilden club, of New- York was advertised as a 'harmon...

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. — 27 June 1902

:,, ;4v. jr? -r'. , ;; ft' . f r?. teatisis rHr v-4i w - ss?CTai8& &t B1SBEE DAILY REVIEW FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 27th, 1902. THE MINING FIELD A MONSTER BOILER. The first one of the four big boilers for the Tombstone Consolidate Mines j company has arrived in Tombstone. ! The Prospector says thirty-two ani mals were necessary to transport this j huge boiler from the railroad a dis- Solomon Springs Copper Company, tance of nine miles to its destination. j, We Thomson E. Gonng, of Dutch and several days were consumed in the task. Although its weight Is known to s county, and Henry C. H. Palmer, be 45,000 pounds, one cannot conceive of Westchester county, state of New of Its Immensity until in near proximl- j York,and Chas.H. Earl, of Providence ty. Its length is 18 feet and measures , county, state of Rhode Island, agree 12 feet through and there are some! to form a corporation under the laws eighty odd flues. ot the territory of Arizona under the Its arrival attracted general at...

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. — 27 June 1902

JWJWSJ u'3v IfwHKMiinBHninmraKff'si i ! " n rat ...j, ., , . ,- .. : . . -I IS til BISBEE DAILY REVIEW FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 27th, 1902. I! f, J' i it-. IM ) "H it id COLONEL POSTEN DIES SUDDENLY "FATHER OF ARIZONA" IS NOW 1 ., . i: AT REST. Ha Been Prominent in Arizona Af . fajrs Since Earl Days His Bi ography. Colonel Charles D. Poi.ten. aged 77 years, was found dead in his room at Phoenix about 2 o'clock Tuesday af ternoon. He has been known for many years as the "Father of Arltona," and drew a pension of $25 per month from the territory. His end came while he was alone, and was caused by general dissolution. Colonel Charles D. Posten was born In Hardin county, Kentucky, April 20, 1825. His mother died when he was 12 years old. and after that he served as deputy clerk In the county clerk's office. Ho moved to Nashville. Tenn., where he served three years in the of flc of the supreme court. Upon the acquisition of California, Col. Posten desired to seek a hamp in the west, and rece...

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. — 27 June 1902

'1 I'vT r . n S-:;-3jfiyt,;t; w '' " ..... , v ... . ah m-m-r ,,,!, C BI3BEE DAILY REVIEW FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 27th, 1902. i f V !i t k i ft i ,( ykll.itlll.ll.l-llil...lllM.ll....Ll..l...ll..ll.L.l..l.lll.l.ll.l...l.l...l.i...ll....Ll.... l.-livti. ROOSEVELT A Name of Promise to the Filipinos -J By JACOB COULD SCHURMAN, President of Cornell University 7ri'ii''iiiiiiii'n,'ii'"iir'i'i'i'i'wini'iniT-iyinniiiiiiii'niinyiipiiniiniiinniiw RENTCIPLES, we all agree, are everlasting. THE AilERICAX PEOPLE WILL NOT REPEAL THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE OR EXPURGATE THE SPEECH AT GET TYSBURG. Washington and Jefferson and Lincoln beckon the nation forward in the old paths of liberty and righteousness. In self pride we may wander, but we will not desert the ancient ways. OUR PRINCIPLES, AS PRESIDENT JI'KTNLEY SO WELL SAID, LOSE NONE OF THEIR PO TENCY WHEN TRANSPORTED TO TROPIC SEAS. The American people are longing for a leader to apply them in the Philippines, and, judging, as all may judge fro...

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. — 27 June 1902

feSS3Sj'gat5tapi;u rggosa, f"'-T' K? "! I1 n BISBEE DAILY REVIEW FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 27th, 1902. ri-aJM .?!: ! ...IJi Ir'KJ. liit . :-..iu5teate.'MWti! IN THE TERRITORY. HI ELDRED. Billy Spear, of the Phoenix Republi can, claims to have discovered the only real thine in the way of a con gressional candidate. Mr. Spear guar antees that he Is all wool and a yard wide. His name is HI Eldred and the following is given as his pedigree: "Religiously, Mr. Eldred is a Ken tucky Quaker, and is the soul of honor, never mixing his own drinks, or any body else's. Politically he is an Elk and travels with the herd. He likes good browse and never wanders far from the feeding grounds. He began voting the democratic ticket hero in the days when that was the only ticket the authorities would allow circulated and he had to vote something or lose caste. He has been voting it ever since, owing to the evil influence of Joe Monihan. He joined the Eagles recently and is getting so he can flv pretty high....

Publication Title: Bisbee Daily Review
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