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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 5 July 1902

A ROMANCE ENDS IN EL PASO MAN AND WIFE REUNITED AFTER FOURTEEN YEARS The Husband Killed a Man in Tomb stone and Fled to Mexico Is Now Wealthy Tbe happy conclusion ol a tragedy in real life was enacted in El Paso Sunday Married fourteen years ago separ ated during the honeymoon and re united again through the ceaseless ef forts of the wife it is a story that would well become the stage Mr and Mrs Jas R Daly the one of Chirachuapa state of Colima Mexi co the other of Creston Iowa are the interested parties and left last night on the Rock Island to complete the coneymoon that was Interrupted years ago In 1SS8 Daly brought his young bride from Iowa to Tombstone Ariz where he was in business The future seemed bright for the couple Daly was an honored citizen and at one time an alderman Suddenly disaster came Daly had trouble with a cattleman prominent throughout Arizona and shoi cd him Daly says to save his own life He was compelled to flee to Mexico a month after his marriage without le...

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. — 5 July 1902

UO J I U 6 3 h ln l S3 T S IS tic G VaU Jje to 9 J m lt live d t mfi w Jill ion heV ml ita aft Jth Set If Hide dc My uk a syt I at Hiwj Hi tetJ jum I U nna bctfi Kdi l1 cot m ir a nS an be I tuml fa Jse V OKI rlr tuT nl wr bed unc T ata ider 11 IM Nt T IfgfflFjfgjBT jii fiCSSfifcini mmtx einwat PEACE IN THE PHILIPPINES PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ISSUES H3 FOriMAL PROCLAMATION Islands Under Complete Civil Control General Amnesty Extended to Filipinos Washington July 3 The President has formally declared the restoration of peace in the Philippines and has placed the islands under complete civil control and has extended general am nesty to Filipinos who have been In rebellion These three things marking one of the most Important chapters in the Philippine history were accomplished through the issue of three separate Orders and proclamations one by the President over his own signature ex ed alive June 26 The names of the tary Root by the Presidents order re lieving General Chaffee from his duti...

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. — 5 July 1902

nt th ucir w w M iW IB In IS I HI tie 7pv t r Ml ft Jrnl fsvl H ve il t mil IH Ml Son lied l ttn IS MS 3 itw inej 3 at J fun s on P p u ion chl Ml 1 iCOf Je pm ftl y sef as 4 M no fue 3 ra Jse ola t io r dSi ida Um A jT1llsi 111 II if ii iwfujjt ill TrSMnn iiiii7rir i iliT liiTnr VrTV TT r Wra1J - aaaai m a tt DRILLING CONTEST Continued from first page sand people Judge V Miller in troduced the speakers in a few well chosen remarks Rev Shields was preceded by Goiernor Brodle who in a 6hort address took occasion to ex press himself enthusiastically regard ing the celebration In general and the many Kindnesses bestowed during his stay in the city Speaking officially the Goernor said that his acts outo be those of Alexander O Brodie and on him alone would rest the praise or blame The Governor was not feel ing very well last etentng and his re marks were very brief The oration delivered by Mr Shields appears in another column VERY CLOSE CONTEST O M King Wins at Single Handed Drilling K8...

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 July 1902

I V EST r Hi ovjT U C i -- - r i - r LlLi STAGE ROBBED Highwaymen Secures Nothing For Hi Trouble Nevada Calif July 3 Yesterday the Truckee and Sierravllle stage was held up at 10 oclock on top of Sage Hen Just over the line in Sierra coun ty by a lone highwayman The stage was driven by its proprietor Al Rich ardson who was forced to stop at the point of a rifle Ten passengers were lined up on the road beside the stage The robber stated his intention was not to rob passengers being after Wells Fargo and Companys box This was carried only as far as Overton ao the robber was foiled While the rob her was off his guard one passenger drew a revolver The highwayman took to the woods Officers are now on his track o Long Long Time Since The Atlanta constitution says it has been a long long time since the American people have gazed upon a More pathetic national figure than Uncle Marcus Aureltus Hanna of Ohio According to his despairing testimony he is having all sorts of trouble in fighting d...

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 July 1902

Ui - fithi 1 u I noo Pctf IK I ilcoi t i i ft ft i tq Si I ff tic IfPTT PW lA e P H R HI mJ iU I on lied tml itkj i no Sth Sd Irm I E L5 Si Ail ftf is ai uni a Ion M ftr rii J SU jap ra lade PATRIOTIC SPEECH DELIVERED SHIELDS 1902 -- BY REV H M IN BISBEE JULY 4 from Acting Governor White of Fellow Americans In the chalice of our hearts love for our country we mingle stirring mem ories and honest pride and wholesome hope today It is the natal day of the land and we rejoice with joy unspeakable The nation is what its people are Waters rise to their own level The honor of heart and majesty of char acter and purity of life and might of right of the people are the honor ani majesty and purity and might of the nation Ours is a composite people Upou the original tree have been grafted Teuton and Kelt and Slav and units from all the tribes of men It has been said that the Almighty paced up and down America after its discovery like a stern sentry hold ing of the nations for a hundred years I...

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 July 1902

W Ui wneSiirif2 n imimiwh i m u T l I I I- i l i U liia h h c Vl Jill S6 r W id he CD td NEWS OF THE TOWN Be sure to get your seats early for the performance to night by tho Cur ls Comedy Co o Not here for a few day but here to 6tay and if your photo isnt satisfactory will make it so at the Borough studio foot of Quality Hill 723t o IF ANY patient fitted lj me on previous visits is not perfectly satisfied I would be pleased to have him call and any necessary change will be made free of charge o Will Get Banner Saturday night the Workmen will be presented with a banner valued at 5 which they have won by large in creases in membership Workmen who came over yesterday from Tucson to help present the banner are Eugene J Trippel Gust Haff and J 1 Reilly The visitors will be given a modest banquet after the presentation exer cites Automobile Party An automobile party arrived Thurs day from Tucson The party consisted of F B Close and wife James Seiger and Henry Heffner and they occupied two...

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 July 1902

IrnU t t vj re dt hl W M on led ini 11 th n6 th is rm i e I itht Pf noo nhl d 4 itoi 6 j iyl V Ir ai w S ap S be ind fus f tty jokj f ta B in I wl d id Ihed fund th I tan Sc lidei rso lnj wa I led tyJ ca 4 Ui i ir ft F Si 3 iiH n i KJ - I Hi Ittr jfe t BE M i sa t 4 iuu tf 11 1 jovj B ca iw 1 al IV 8 on r -- VseWimMiiMwaianuHiuuaiueMiKawaaaa THE STORY OF THE GAME Bisbee went to bat flrst with Lamb kin up who smashed out a good one Smith the next man up bunted and beat the ball to first Graham hit an easy one to second which Slessinger fumbled and three men were safe on bases Young hit safe to center scor ing Lamkin who was perched on third Godfrey smashed oneto right field a wild throw home and four men had crossed the plate before order was restored Five runns and nobody out set the fans wild White the next man up fanned Henry went out at first but Morse banged one over the left fielders head and before it could be fielded he had crossed the plate In El Pasos half Jacobs knocked 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 July 1902

1 1 I- M it 1 3 Iti 1 s k tji id b a y BISBEE OAlLYx WVjpCTlP IwJtd Ererj Morning except MoudaJ CGSbGliDArEDrtiKC AND all c jrnmunieations to BIS BKE OAtLY KEVIEW Bsbec Ariz ACTUAL NUMBER Pfil Ntip TD 1Y1400 The Kliiwjof not agrie with all the editorial 9aroslous whjch appear in the Los Angeles Times but the fol lowing article receives -our most heart j endorsement It is said ttaitt Hiring theflasVifi represent somettiIngT5es1aeS that Of late years the3mfactii dfrhe Eu ropean migrationr to this fpjutrj has been rapidlywdeserioratihs so that rio tnranWl of tnese immi grant iDCludfi an unpleasantly and morally 4low grade people mepwbo Are a source not of strength but ofi morallv low grade people men who contribute largely to thejexpjjnsej pf our courts or law our penitentiaries and oif IpjBneasilums men who are largelpresponslble for the anarchistic outbreaks that are -becoming so fre quent Un ourslarge centers of popu lation men who occasionally openly re 1 I 11 J 1 n ever severe can...

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 July 1902

I 6 9 I h Mar IS liM It T a IQ Kiel it r1 ini H Ka hw Jvl ive dt i h on I li iei ml th j S1 na j a 1 iM IUIU j d i feW C I jovl f i i aj uni 1 on te 1 hm tl noo ijchl S bi jco ft1 Set ap h i b tad ttua fa isej tola t irlyi In wl d idf hed und Uv le I S lidei srso n I tela a 1 ca i t r TACTS IN FEW LINES Women are cow adopting mice as pete Natal was annexed by tbe British flftf nlne years ago Onions are a jircventlve and often times a cure for malarial fever U S Juckson of lloston hae invented a device to secure privacy on tbe tele phone j Tbe Brazilian coast city of Bablabas i about 200000 inhabitants -who llve Id i 17000 bouses f Since the art of abbreviation is per- frctt il In America dealers in pineapples I1 cm pine Ltid ievrits have been found in i Sinking valley Lycoming county Pa i and Will be developed Tbe Netherlands rank in importance second ony to Great Britain as a mar ket for American EourT TW6yfa ers lodge where tbe hungry may get food in exchange for work Chicago city...

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 July 1902

K K S k lte F n i it u Vi tat hn i 1st rh ilHI n i d rtJ 31 rn tie 4i i e viE lio JraL vl W dt mir Xi all on led jn ith I no3 7 t t tn i Sei i im ids dl an tt or uivr e s on je 1 hthi P u noo M Alx II cot gt If T VIZa ap i be r 11 act ffus f se If lianl hoi s I add rso lied 11 TTr jsaQiaaa5Simaass V THE KINGS DINNER Upwards of Half Million Men Women and Children Were Fed Seven Thousand Stewards Required London July 5 The Kings din ner to Londons submerged tenth took place today It was the only feat ure of the original coronation pro gramme not abandoned by reason of the Kings illness Eer mindful of the welfare and happiness of his sub jects even In the face of death his Majesty made a special request that the dinner to the poor be given as planned It Is doubtful if history records any thing like a parallel to todays feast No single structure in all London could be found large enough to accommo date the army of diners to a were of immense halls located In various parts of tho metropo...

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 July 1902

J H i e c n i u if a I I s L t ftl a a 1 fa Iff j tri ft it rj kIMJ T t5 Liny t All M th SeT rm a d el Oil 1 t ovj I sj 5t t inl It J i f e I ithi i noo cht i 14 yo I Sen jap c be - llna Vitus Is 4se lO toki tej rly fri wi d id hed und tb S lidei Jr ffff3BB 1 P t ll I- ilnlLillllllliiJilltlllllltt ylnlilll How to Curb TRUSTS By JAMES J HILL President of the Great Northern Railway Company iii in 1 1 HiimimirniiiiiiiiiiiinnKfi SStjUiTTTJT BISBEE DAILY REVIEW SUNDAY MORNING JULY 6 1902 cHtrPV HE COMMERCIAL EXPANSION OF A NATION IS THE BEST INDEX OF ITS GROWTH NEXT TO THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION AND THE COMMON SCHOOLS NO OTHER SINGLE WORK ENTERS INTO THE WEL FARE AND HAPPINESS OF THE PEOPLE OF THE WHOLE COUNTRY TO THE SAME EXTENT AS THE RAILWAY Great Britain has retained possession of the oriental trade for the reason that she furnished the lowest rates of transportation to and from those countries Wo are now preparing to challengo her for such share of this business as can be furnished by t...

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 July 1902

i i A i i ii o V fc G Ij lfji i j ij Si Ii u Sal ff 9 1 iM 3 a J U1 If s IV ik vl ve dt kall led r Ir ii - ISK ap be Kr ii ItncJ Ifua fa P I OKI tej rly n 1 wt I t d id hed und f Ul ian iSec idei Th6 n tela ied Hi l u ua IV not 7U1 ml J3 a- dJ I Ma It ti ft lie 1 rani e I ithi f p nod ch1 ft fCOt g tl biy 1J TSST J HKSSSiMimt miijyi inwii grree the numerical Dumber of the survey by which Jt Js always known aidhfen markeoHJnvthe corners by thedepjity 23 That the claimant pays the deputy whom he secures to make his survey aBdjuuaeitolhe8srveyorgeneraJ is aTmAtterottprijatecoiitractfhetweei thecWmant and the deputy Ten dol lars JtxT diem Is regarded as a fair compensation The surveyor general always points enough gogdsurveyors U- deputy mineraf surveyors to prevent any one or a few men having a monop 1 oly on this kind of work In fact the share per annum New York Com mercial f yesterday informs us that a small gasoline hoist is being installed at the IBBnW llvi Ml ULUI11 IB WW BHfT of ...

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 July 1902

u a u 1 V Si 19 S g f a i si i v I Ij iff rljl rn TO if ta f5 e J ithi u I noO Jnhl k J rcor g t ply 1 s jap I4 l be ii a Hub ft Jse loki tei W ml nl wl - d id hed und an he I Set -del snd jala led T1 ca iPjjgfgawagMi woMAirxfnrrxflioN 3 it ia v Red and White Combination With v Mte w 1th the skirt plaited back and front 1ront plaits reach half the length of the skirt those at back KEO AS1 WHITE FOULABD are free six inches below the walst The bolero and sleeves are trimmed with white cloth collar and cuffst bor dered with -bands ot red cloth The belt is of red cloth tbeafcollarbandf white cloth the blouse and full tinder sleeves being of white Ledger00 J Ornament Far n Ixtt Coiffure Very large abd beautifully Jeweled pins and combs are used to give the twists of the low coiffnres a natural appearance of passing through them and an empire wreath of floners or of Jewels made up toimltatetflowers Is used to surround the toofof hair on the neck sometimes finlshedpff with loops of velvet ...

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 July 1902

I I I h I U it a I e s l a i g n I- fir i a r M f K l f i lirlj ff Tw IIh a M KS JL W ISCK M vl veil ni mt ail I All d inf M fth SeT w rie d - A 1 a JOrt 3 3 ai IB If I rum a it e J Pithi P u nou Urhl id b rcor fti Sec ap S c be Ij ii linci fus f sej RtH oki tet Jul wt d 1 Ihed fund tb UNCLE JOSH SEEIN THE SIGHTS Uncle Josh was nearer dead than alive last night after his continual round of celebration Be jucbs I havent the language to express my feelin he remarked to an old timer he knew when a boy It simply kept me jumpln sideways to see the hul shootin match When I git back to the valley and tell em what a big time we really did have they wont hardly believe me we dont have shlch times ye know over thar But when the procession came along it warmed Uncle Josh up a consider able De ye know my blood kinder biled and tingled when I saw all them fellers ridin such spankin good horses Gee but I walked when th Governor come along wish folks could of seen im They say he came down here jus...

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. — 8 July 1902

Ai Oil ti OTJ lime OS so J ai mm f oa itht IX u noo chl id i e t I ap i c be li a us fa m joki tei wi - di hed und V o tan he I kS lidel rso hn 1 CHICAGO STRIKE HOPE THAT STRIKE IN CHICAGO WILL END SOON SERIOUS CON DITION EXPECTED IF THINGS ARE NOT SETTLED TODAY Chicago Jul 7 Associated Press Hopes of a speedy settlement of the strike of the Freight Hendlers Union which was declared today is entertain ed by officials of the union and mem bers of the state board of arbitration officials of the union at conference to night told Chairman Job of the board of arbitration that they are to permit employes of the different companies to meet the officials of the same to discuss the wage stale pro viding a joint conference will be held at which officials of the union will be permitted to act as advisors to the men Thearbitration board is now work ing on the matter in an effort to bring about a conference between the railway managers and the committees representing the men The sudden suspensio...

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. — 8 July 1902

hi 1 fa II rue fiH tt i B t 9 n fti VM tt m I 81 H 1 C 3I i itt M t no K dl c rco si k t A- yj e ai i i b F line ui ft hi IOKJ tes rJi Inl wt d hed und tl ianj Sec f BISBEE DAILY IltVIEW Issued Ever Morning except Muidajt CPSSOLIDUED PiliSTS aND fUB LISHIKC COMPANY Address all communications to BIS BEE DAILY REVIEW Bisbee Ariz ACTUM NUMBER PRINTED T0 DArU0O GOVERNOR BRODIES - RECEPTION f Bisbee has just had the honor of be ing the firscfty in Arizona to welcome the new Governor Col A O Brodie political nature So far as the Re view could learn no one in Bisbee bored the Governor with their par ticular qualifications for office If so It was done by some would be office holder who followed the Governor here from the outside On the contrary all classes irrespective of politics united in giving the gallant Rough Rider Gov ernor a hearty welcome and we be lieve that the Governor and Mrs Brodie departed from Bisbeo with this recollection of their reception m the interview published in the ...

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. — 8 July 1902

I Mmim h it K V c S a i a id m i t m i r PS d 9 Se in tic pv if I fril e dii V all I Mine Icon J P Se itho pe noui 4d c Iboj rco g te Pyl apt I T lfbe1 IID knee If fal Use Kty ci loks r tern I j Inn 01 llnls whl de id u hedl undr tlie an 1 io a4 -Sec i ider Ijreon hnW liaei lied yv can MINING APPLICATION NO 777 8urevey No 1600 U S Land Offlce Tucson Arizona June 16 1903 Notice Is hereby given that L C Sbattuck and Mary E Denn whose postofflce address is Blsbee Cochise county Arizona have this day filed their nnnllcatlon for s se t for 1B00 linear feet on each of the Morning Stai V peu scum west mines oreins oeanng copper and other metals with surface ground on each COO feet in idth situ ated in the Warren Mining district county of CochUe and Territory ct Arizonaand designated by the field notes and offical plat on file in this of fice as survej No 1600 on unsuneyed land approximately in township 23 S rat se 2 S K of the Gila and Salt rlc lae and meridian Said survey No 1600 being as...

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. — 8 July 1902

resu tagoEagsaan THE PRESIDENT WILL VISIT ARIZONA GOVERNOR BRODIE WILL EXTEND THE INVITATION FROM BI8BEE If Accepted President and Party Will Come Over the Line of the E P S W From Deming It Is a well known fact that Presi dent Roosevelt Is planning a western trip sometime next fall which will in clude the western states of Wyoming Utah Texas New Mexico and Arizona The President will leave Washington sometime during the month of October and the Jrlp llll consumer the greater part of a month During the stay of Governor Urodie in BIsbee last week he was urged to invite President Roosevelt to visit Bis bee during his journey through Ariz ona and Governor Brodie promised that he would take pleasure in using his endeavors to induce President Roosevelt to visit the largest copper camp in the west In the event of the acceptance of the President ho will be brought to Blsbeo from Deming via the El Paro and Southwestern and from here to IScnson It is known that the Presi dent is very desirous...

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. — 8 July 1902

O il th ih a i h 1 r COUNTY NEWS IN BRIEF ITEMS DOINGS AT TOMBSTONE AND WILLCOX VICINITY dippings from Special Correspondence to Range News and Other Sources I W Bllnn Co are putting In a stock of lumber at the old Bllnn Hand the business here being in charge of a Mr Fisher from Los Angeles They plan to put in a small stock now and enlarge their business as the demand requires it Judge Bostwick and others have opened a brokerage and insurance office in the rooms formerly occupied by Robinson Gibson as a law ot fice They will handle mines and other real estate and do all sorts oi insurance business The library of Judge Robinson is offered lor a sale It contains a goou set California reports complete e cept that it lacks about ten of the lat est volumes The library also con tains many other valuable books Judge Ben Goodrich is here and will temain permanently it is said as the attorney of the mining com pany He will open an office we are told in about two weeks He thinks the operation...

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. — 8 July 1902

e g a S r ir la r iti i - MINING APPLICATION NO 774 SUrvey Nof 161 J B Land OrBce Tucjon Arizona May 7 1902 Notice Is hereby given that Alexander Caey whose postpffice address la Tomb atone Cochls county Arizona hasjiiade application for a patent for 1366 ft of the Tin Horn and 1474 ft of the Head Center Lode Mining claims bearing su rer and copper situated In the Tur qulose Mining District Cochise coun ty Arizona and described in the of ficial plat and field aotea on file la hs Office fdllqws vli 4 Designated by the surveor general a 11 8 lSHr TIN HORN1 LODE Beginning at cor No 1 identical with location a pine post 4 ft long 4 in sq In mound of stone scribed NECTH 1 1Q0 whence U 8 Loc Mon 1319 brs N 15 deg C rain W UCt ft Thence S 32 deg 47 mln E var 12 deg S5 mln K 1366 ft to cor No Wen with location u pine poet 3 ft rbove ground 4 in eq In mound of stone scribed 8 ECTH and 2 1610 whence a 2 1610 chiseled on Mine stone reef brs N 74 dg 10 mln Wf 10 6 f t Thence 8 46 deg 10 mln w T...

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