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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 19 July 1902

i t J V WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence Uncle Joe Cannon was chairman Of the select committee which had in charge the refurnishing of representa tives hall Among the other things promised the member for this session was an elaborate system of ventilation by which cold air could be forced up through a series of ducts so as to re duce the temperature of the hall aad make it comfortable in hot weather The members bare beep waiting foi the cold air but so far none has been felt The temperature in the bouse is the same as in the senate and In the corridors of the capltol Congressman Watson walked over to Mr Cannon one afternoon when there were more members In the restaurant than there were in the bouse The Indlanlana collar was melted and his face was beaded tltb perspiration Uncle Joe he asked seriously where is that cold air we voted money for last session Yes where Is It echoed Mr Can non as be mechanically mopped bis forehead with bis handkerchief I told those darned fools 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. — 19 July 1902

A PIONEER OF CANANEA MR L LINDSAY WENT THERE IN i 1896 OPENED THE DEMO- CRATA MINE He Wil the Original Owner of the I MJneeNn Which Phetpa Dodge Co Have Become tntereeted Mr L Lindsay who was the first American to stake a camp in the now famous Cananea mineral district was in Blsbee yesterday Mr Lindsay went to Cananea in 1896 That was before the appearance of Colonel W C Greene in that section Mr Lind say opened up what is known as the Democrata mine at Cananea which he afterwards sold to H H Hoffman of Cincinnati He is yet the owner of some important property at Cana nea among them being the Copper Bell and American He was the form er owner of the property now known as the Indiana Sonera group in which Phelps Dodge ft Co hare tecome interested This property Mr Lind say says is the equal of that owned by the Greene Consolidated company and makes a far better surface show ing Mr Lindsay was accompanied yesterday by Mr Bracey Curtlss who has been associated with him for sev eral year...

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. — 20 July 1902

m w 11 K WORST YET FLOOD REPORTS GREAT LOSS ALONG THE MISSIS SIPPI RIVER ESTIMATED AT 4000000 Larue Amounts of Corn Destroyed Greatest Damage in Moceouri Many Farmer Lost Crops by Drouth Last Year Associated Press Keokuk la July 19 Flood con ditions are much worse today and tht Mississippi river is from two to tei miles wide for fifty miles below Keo kuk and is rising rapidly The flood is reaching far outlying farms and farmers in the low lands of Missour have lost everything but their citadels on high knolls and a few fields behind the highest levees Great damage was also caused on the Illinois side be tween here and Quincy where there are many thousand acres behind the Riverside levees which is not entirel sufficient as water is working through at the site of the flood gates j uma ana Hunt levees opposite Canton Missouri are the most dan gerous places They protect man square miles of corn in Illinois They -e being constantly patrolled and hopes are entertained that they ma hold Th...

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. — 20 July 1902

H n F rturfwufHK i m -x j f ln f BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Issued Kverj Morning except Monday CC tiOLiDATED PiX7NQ AMD fill LISHINC COMPANY AiTdress all communication to BIS BEE DAILY REVIEW Bisbee Ariz ACTUAL MMKR MUNTH T6 8AY1400 1 I 4 A SAFE INDEX TO vjai ntr s J I w c - C r It is interesting to note in connec tion with the various nqw companies which have been started to operate in Yavapai county the faith that local people have in home promotions Ar example of this is an Iowa -Mining and Development company of which something has been said in these col umns The block of 25000 shares which was offered the public was over subscribed by many thousant shares all being taken by local people in Jerome Prescott and the Cherry creek district where the mines are lo cated If people who know the mines are so anxious to invest it is a sur sign that the company has something good We know a number of poph who took from 1000 to 2000 share who wish now they had taken more- Journal Miner There is no ...

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. — 20 July 1902

rji i i W h ls to THE MINING FIELD THE THUNDER MOUNTAIN A Description of the Great Idaho Discovery The mine most talked about now is the great Thunder Mountain in Idaho There is one Thunder Mountain Min ing company but a dozen others that have been named after it Thunder Mountain has become a fad among those who are naming mining corpo rations for the attraction of sOock buyers The following description of the original Thunder Mountain has been furnished by the correspondent of the Portland Oregonian I have carefully weighed all the evidence for and against Thunder Mountain hare prospected the rock had it assayed and seen as much of the country as was to be seen I un hesitatingly say that up to the present time there is not a particle of evidence against the cajnp fcbsoluuly ooe and there is much in its favor TKi tcvelinmuni nn V a TIoieoV owner assured me it would not carry over a wide area and in nearly every POWER AGENCIES IN MINING BISBEE DAILY REVIEW than three and one half mil...

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. — 20 July 1902

i i I h s H V r I II Li At The Fair LADIES WAIST SUITS tween Safford and been experimenting this season wit a pumping plant It is proposed to pump water from wells near the head of the canal but so far they have not perfected arrangements and the prop olsUon is therefore not yet demon- j strated to be a success though those who are pushing It declare that it will he To offset the loss In agricultural production the fanners are receiving much better -prices this year for their bay and grain than they did hut year At this tine a year ago hay was worth only 6 per ton in the Gila val ley It Is now selling for J950 and 110 with the prospect that- It will go higher later in the season The drouth has also hurt the cat tle Industry seriously In -the vicinity of Duncan between Lordsburp and Clifton many cattle are dying the Parks brothers are also losing heav ily on the Whltlock Clenega north of Sowle station The loss of cattle is more on account of scarcity of water thin scarcity of feed Ev...

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. — 20 July 1902

P l it fc I ii VMattrtatfHMUpMMi KII1 rThy Brother Shall Live Aoin 3 By 8Ir EDWIN ARNOLD English Poet and Philosopher 41iTllillliipi gCujQ j7P rass niiiwiipiimiiiiiiniwi ni iii r1 niiiiiiriniiiiriiniw T is quite likely that in many mysteries of life and death we resemble the good knig t Don Quixote when he hung by hi wrist from the stable window and imagined that a tremendous abyss yawned be neath his feet Maritornes cuts the string with lightsome laughter and the gallant gentleman falia four inches PERHAPS NATURE RESERVES AS BLITHE80ME A SURPRISE FOR HER OFFSPRING WHEN THEIR TIME ARRIVES TO DISCOVER THE SIMPLICITY AGREEABLENESS AND ABSENCE OF ANY SERI OUS CHANGE IH THE PROCESS CALLED DYING The expression of composed calm which comes over the faces of the nearly dead is not merely due to muscular relaxation It is pos sibly a last message of good cheer and acquiescence not by any tneans to be disregarded WITH ACCENTS AS AUTHORITA TIVE AS THAT HEARD AT BETIIAXY IT MURMURS THY BROTHER ...

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. — 20 July 1902

1 ft J i v is - BrStEE DAILY REVIEW BRflfSH COLONIAL FEDERATION A REALITY Cy the Right Hon ST JOHN BRODRICK Secretary For War of Great Britain - ve j J MAX DREAM OF COLONIAL FEDERATION WHICH 80 MANY BRITISH STATESMEN HAVE ENTERTAINED FOR bSO MANY YEAR8 HAS BEEN MADE A REALITY BY THE BOER WAR And it has been realized at last tbat it is possible to look upon an empire not merely as a machine for ambitious sovereigns or ambitious statesmen but- ai an- association ior the mutual support and confidence of those who are bound to gether oisdfiru one crown -and -who have voluntarily come together for a purpoee whicb was -akin to all and in whieh all -have been interested I BELIEVE THE TIME WILL COME WHEN WE SHALL LOOK BACK ON THE RESULTS OF THIS WAB NOT AS HAVING PUT SHACKLES OF SERVITUDE ON A NUMBER OF FREE MEN BUT AS HAVING BEEN THE MEANS OF GIVING FREEDOM AND THE ESTAB LISHMENT OF A GREAT EMPIRE IN SOUTH AFRICA not as having taken away from a body of agriculturists all that which they he...

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. — 20 July 1902

u i i 9 ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF EMPIRE SMELTiNG COMPANY We the undersigned M Franklin C E Bell W E Frumls Hartweli Nowell and R B Parsons do hereby voluntarily associate ourseh es together for the purpose forming a corporation under and by lrtue of the laws of the Territory of Arizona and nedo here by adopt ana certify the following At tides of Incorporation to wit v Article 1 The name of this coryc ration shall be Empire Smelting Company and Its principal place of business shal be at Benson In the oouv of Cochise Territory cf Art tona but the corporation purposes Carrying on business outside of as well as within the said Territory of Arizona and to maintain an office or Offices in the city and county of San Francisco state of California at Which said last named place meetings of directors and stockholders may be Article II The purposes for which this corporation is formed are 1 To purchase locate patent lease Tent and otherwise acquire to own hold develop work operate and inin...

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. — 20 July 1902

II I si a i h r C a EASTER SUNDAY GOLD PROPERTY ARE NOW ATTRACTING CONSID A ERABLE ATTENTION 1 Being Worked on a Lease With Ex- cellent flesult Copper Queen Buys Ore for Converter Lining The mines owned by the Easter Sunday Gold Mining company are now attracting considerable attention be cause of the rich ore being extracted by those who are working on a lease These mines were purchased by the company in 1899 Joe Huber being the original locator and considerable de velopment work was done about that time which made a good showing The ore Is gold and of a silicious char acter and it is desirable for convertei lining For this purpose the Copper Queen purchased a lot of the ore re cently which gave the present lessees of the mines good returns The owners of the present lease are Pete Johnson Walter Smith and Ed West They are working six men now The lease was taken for eigh teen months and so far has prove to be a valuable one The recent shipment to the Copper Queen amounted to 4000 wor...

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. — 22 July 1902

i a 8 fc i BISBEEDAILY REVIEW REGULAR MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOLUME VI STEAMER SUNK FIFTY DROWNED TERRIBLE PANIC OF PASSEN GERS GRAPHICALLY DESCRIBED Band Playing and Some Were Dane ing When Accident Occurred Men Fought Desperately for Their Own Safety Associated Press Hamburg July 21 The details of the steamer Primus by the steamer Hansa tell of a terrible panic that oc curred on Primus when Hansa struck her rendering all efforts to save her passengers almost useless Fortunately the steamer Dolphin came up immediately and succeeded in saving sixty of those on board the sinking steamer while other boats as sisted in the work of rescue According to their story the bnd was playing and many couples were dancing on the deck when the crash of the collision came like a thunder bolt The vessel gae a grat list her deck taking snch an angle that it was impossible for the passengers to keep their feet Those below scrambled up the com panion ways but most of the persons In the saloon w...

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. — 22 July 1902

BISSrE DAILY REVIEW Issued Every Morning except Monday CCSLuLiOArED pixtkc AND pub lishing COMPANY Address all communications to BIS BtE DAILY REVIEW Bisbee Ariz ACTUAL NUMKI rtMTCI T8 sUYJ400 REPUBLICAN CRISIS THREATENED William E Curtis writes the folow log to the Chicago Record Herald I have met several veteran republl cans this summer who appear to have grave doubts and apprehensions concerning the success of their party at the next presidential election un less its majority in congress shows a less selfish and more liberal policy The action ol the republican senators on the Cuban reciprocity bill seems to have set them thinking and they de clare that1t the legislative and tariff policy of the party is to be determined by that sort or men It will very soon be voted out of business Just as soon as the country understands the situa tlon According to the history of the past a change In the control of the House of Representatives Is about due and wihle it will be impossible for th d...

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. — 22 July 1902

l s n IK Hi I It NACO NEWS ITEMS Naco July 29 1902 Br J OReilly has returned from business trip to the county seat Effie Robinson during the absence of Mr Goldman Ben Goldman the Naco merchant Is In San Francisco at the Grand hotel enjoying a well earned vacation During bis absence his partner and Henry Montgomery is busy superin tending the duties of the firm Captain RH Reynolds of the Reve nue service has taken charge of the custom house at Douglas during the varation of the rceulcr collector His friends at Naco will be very glad The second of the series of the dan ces at the White last week was an eminent success Several Blsbee la dies and gentlemen were present and a most enjoyable evening was spent Mrs Avery Curry Mrs Joe Curry and Miss Edith Brown have left for the Huachucas on a vacation trip James Maxwell who is a well known mining expert was in Naco Tuesday on his way to Cananea Dr O W Brandon is making con siderable improvement to his resi dence and office on Main street V...

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. — 22 July 1902

At The Fair LADIES WAIST SUITS OUR SPECIAL SALES W B Mason Has Two Cases in Cojrt Says He Once Lived or the Lot Now Occupied by Mr Bell There has been considerable excite ment In Blsbee during the past week caused by several attempts at lot jumping In several Instances lots that hae been occupied by citizens and have been Improved to a consid erable extent hae been jumped W B Mason had two lots jumpec last week and now has two cases ic court One lot near the Grand View hoel which was recently approprl ated has been owned by Mr Masor for the rast seven years I Hied there for some years saio Dr Mason yesterday and did not expect that my rights would be con tested At one time I had my home on this very spot where I lived for years I rented the property and the house was burned down leaving the lot vacant The first I knew of any fmuhle was when I was told that a Mr Bell had put cround and had lots had been jumped A mining claim of Martin OHare which was paented was jumped a few days ago...

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. — 22 July 1902

OFF FOR CANANEA WILL BE SPERINTENDENT AT CANANEA FOR PHELPS DODGE CO Was Four Years With the United Verde at Jerome Engineer Sur veyor and Assayer One Year and a Half with Copper Queen Mr S A Provot who for the past year and a half has had charge of the Copper Queen smelters la BIsbee left yesterday morning for Cananea where he goes to become superintend ect of the development work to be lone on the Indiana Sonora group of mins by Phelps Dodge Co the re cent purchasers It Is stated that the work will not be on a large scale for the present as it will require some time to put things in proper shape for work at the mines These mines are said to be very promising and a they adjoin the property owned by the Greene Consol idated Mining company It is easy to believe that they are Mr Lindsay the original owner of these mines says they are second in value to none In the Cananea district Mr Provot who becomes superin tendent of the Indiana Sonora proper ty is a New Yorker by birth He has bee...

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. — 22 July 1902

1 rs 0 i i I n i Bl i JtS THE MINING FIELD GOLDEN ERA MINES A Piece of Float Found on the Ledge Assays Over Five Thousand lara Contract for Development Work One day last week a piece of float rock was picked up on the ledge of the Golden Era group of mines which When assayed gave a gold value of 5911160 This is probably the richest est piece of ore ever found in the dis trict and the owners of this property aiObridering If they will ever find another piece like it r The Golden Era Mining Co owns five claims in this group which ad- JolnstmrrKasterSunday gora proper ties Sam D Miller is the president of the Golden Era company and Mr Goodrich Is general manager A shaft is dow n for forty feet on the Golden Era mine and a contract has just been let to sink this shaft one hundred feet deeper This was decided upon last week when the property was visited by J M McD Bryce of the Bryce Glass works Pittsburg who is a large stockholder and secretary of the com pany A large ledge crosses the cl...

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. — 22 July 1902

n H R i ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF EMPIRE SMELTINS We the underslened aJ M Franklin C E Bell W E Framls Hartwell Nowell and R B Parsons do hereby voluntarily associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Arizona and we do here by adopt and certify the following Articles of Incorporation to wlt Article 1 The name of this corpc ration shall be Emjfire Smelting Company and Its principal place of business shal be at Benson In the cuiiy of Cochise Territory cf Art saga tut the corporation purposes carrying on business outside of as well as within the said Territory of Arizona and to maintain an office or offices in the city and county of San Francisco state of California at -which said last named place meetings ot directors and stockholders may be beld Article II The purposes for which this corporation is formed are 1 To purchase locate patent lease rent and otherwise acquire to own hold develop work operate an...

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. — 22 July 1902

rr v i f ibl VI k II HAS BEENS ARE DEFEATED THE REGULARS WIN AT NACO 17 TO 2 V Good Crowd Witnesses Naco Ball jGame lt Was Not Very Exciting The Bull Fight The excursion train -which left Bis bee at 1 oclock on Sunday carried i good sixed crowd to Naco to wltnest the ball game and bun fight Fou coaches -were required and many base ball cranks attended just for the sake of seeing old time favorites on the diamond The game was mot of the hair rais log order The regulars played an even game of a high order and woulfi have shut the Has Beens out but for the substitution of McKenna foi White who went into the box tc warm up He did not exert himself and the scrubs took their only ad vantage in the game and pounded the ball for a total of two runs Great things are expected of McKenna when he rounds int good form He wa acquired in the east early in the sea eon but owing to practice in a cold climate his shoulder became lame and it is only lately that he has been able to get into the game Th...

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. — 23 July 1902

m 1 i As 1 JEFFRIES HAS A HARD DAYS TRAINING AT OAKLAND Fjtzsimmons Took a Jaunt In Park anil Boxed in the Afternoon Bet ting Now Stands Two to One With Jeff Still the Favorite Associated Press San Francisco July 22 Jeffries had a bard training today He boxed four rounds before a large gathering of business men at Oakland During a bout Jim nearly knocked Kennedy out and tbe latter retaliated by land ing a heavy right on Jeffs nose draw ing blood Jeff instructed his trainers to give him a battle and they did so to the blst or their ability Fitzsimmons took a short jaunt through the park this morning and boxed at the Olympic club in the af ternoon He sparred with two clever amateurs and wound up by going three fast rounds with Hank Griffin Both men are ready to enter the ring Betting now stands 2 to 1 with Jeffries on the long end Betting is lively o - DEATH LIST IS 104 The Steamer Primus is Partially Raited Sixty Bodies Recovered Associated Press Hamburg July 22 The Primus ha s been ...

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. — 23 July 1902

i BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Issued Every Morning except Monday cr s 0LiDATED PaiXTSNS AND PUB LISHING COMPANY Address all communications to BIS BLE DAILY REVIEW Bisbee Ariz ACTUAL MMKR PBINTED TS BAY1400 SAN CARLOS VS TONTO BASIN In Maricopa county those Interested in securing a better water supply for the Salt river valley have abandoned the plan of bonding the county for the purpose of building the Tonto Bas in storage reservoir and will now make an effort to convince the govern ment that the first money spent under the new irrigation law should be ap plied to the construction of the great dam at Tonto It Is given out that the secretary of the interior favors San Carlos as a more desirable place to begin the work of building storage reservoirs for the reclamtlon of Ari zona lands Efforts have been made for four years to secure the appro priation of money for the construction of this work A dam here would sup ply water for the irrigation of the lands owned by the Pima Indians on the Saca...

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