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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 25 July 1902

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Of EMPIRE SMELTiNG OMPANY We ihe undersigned M Franklin C E Bell W Frunils Hart well Nowell and R B Parsons do hereby voluntarily associate ourselves together for the- purptfse of forming a corporation under and by lrtue of the laws of the Territory of Arizona and we do here by adopt and certify the following At tides of Incorporation to wit Article 1 The name of this corpo ration shall be Empire Smelting Company and its principal place of business shal be at Benson In the couiiiy of Cochise Territory cf Ari sona 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 held 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 and m...

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 July 1902

f PASSENGER TRAIN ON E P S W RY SOON TO GO ON BETWEEN BIS BEE AND DEMING WheriTTfils Occurs Blsbee Passenger to and From the East Will -Go Over that Line Lordsburg and Hachita Road It is now reported that a passenger service will soon be put on the El Paso and Southwestern railroad be tween Blsbee and Dealing The train to leave Blsbee In the morning Just after the one for Benson The train will arrive In Blsbee from Doming lu the evening probably leaving Deming after the westbound Southern Pacific train arrives at hat point It is not believed that this train will in any way effect the present train to Benson The delay in putting on a regular passenger service west from Deming on the new road was reported to be on account of the inability to procure the necessary rolling stock which ts now expected to be on band very soon Work is being pushed with all possi ble energy on the El Paso end ot the El Paso Southwestern and it is now expected that trains can be run to El Paso over this line...

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 July 1902

l -A dressed in a long light blue Tath robe Following him were Clark Ball Hank Griffin George Dawson and the vuiue uuiuer A moment later Jeffries stepped Into the ring dressed in a long over coat pants sweater and Panama hat Abont him were Billy Delaney Joe Kennedy George Miller and Joe Ea- gan Jeffries walked up and inspect ed Fitzsimmons bandages passing them without comment Both men were given a warm reception 1020 The men take their corners While Jeffries tied his belt Bob test ed the ring by jumping around the floor Round One Jeff assumes his eemi cruoch posi tion with both fiddling for opening Jeff leads with his left but Fitz prances back Fitz puts bs left light ly to Jeffs eye Fitz puts a straight jab to nose Jeff makes two ineffec tual attempts to reach Bob with his left but Fitz blocks left for body Jeff ducked a left for head Fitz blocks right for jaw Jeff presses in trying to land a right which Fitz neatly evaded Fitz lands lightly on head with his left The round is slig...

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 July 1902

r -3 1 -- BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Issued Brer Morning except Monday CGSfcuuDAIED PfliHTINSAHD CUB LI8HINC COMPANY Address all communications to BIS BEE DAILY REVIEW Bisbee Ariz ACTUM NUNKR FBMTID TO 8AY140O A DIVIDING WEDGE WThpse whose business it Ja to keep In closetpoUtical touch wlththe itry and devote their time to the gath ering of Information concerning public sentiment are becoming more and more convinced that the tariff issue is a wedge now shaped to divide the re publican party Mr Wm E Curtis a man pre eminent as a newspaper corresponedent -has been spending much of his time recently finding out the intention and disposition of lead ing republicans concerning what act Ion that party is likely to take in meet ing the undoubted popular demand for a reduction of the tariff which is now carrying the blame for the exist ence of trusts Mr Curtis says it is difficult to see how a spilt In the repub lican party is to avoided unless some body yields Continuing In a letter from Xew York...

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 July 1902

I PJ JOHN W MACKAYS LIFE IN WEST OUJ FRIENDS RELATE INCIDENTS OF HIS LIFE Millionaires Charities Numberless gave away I sat with him in til funeral This man was blown up in the Con Virginia He bad no legs waen he was buried and cost sir hun dred If he had been whole I suppose the undertaker would have charged a- I ery office one Saturdy afternoon about twenty jears ago and saw him tear up notes and I O Us amounting to over L20000 the figures 1200000 and Over 4 irrtTif kA nmeeaA fn oea onvitilnp happens to me And hed tear that i up too A man would have a hard job I teil you keeping books on the i NOTICE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW SATURDAY MORNING JULY 26 He did so after be went out and found nearly J3000 the amount of the short age She opened the door to tell him the good news but he was a block away slinking along in the shadows and avoiding observation as if he had Just committed a burglry j Whereas Elmer Newman on the 26th day of May A D 1902 executed I and delivered to George A Wood of ...

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 July 1902

R I l PI Specials Thursday Ladies dressing sacques fancy or white reduced from 25o to 100 12s to 85c 85c to 55c G5c to 45c Ladies lawn and percale wrappers only a few weeks in stock sold at 550 special 425 500 at 400 400 at 285 350 at 26 275 at 195 2oo at 155 150 at 95c 100 at 85c Ladies and childrens straw hats June oroductions will be -old at just 4 of regular price 20OO at iooo 1000 at 5oo 4oo at 200 lOoal 50c caused by tnese reast3 u The loss -Miss Male E HI1I of the library prey has been considerable and p ties are being organized 10 obu - - - Tombtone yesterday Rev war of extermination ana it is nop Pritchard will conduct the funeral the wolves vrlll be cleaned out i r iir lwrfl arp Prescott again attending the trial of inena nthr nf the Cobre Grande cases which was called last Monday The suit is entitled James Shirley vs Geo I Lindsay and his partner B Cur- j tis arrived from Sonora this morn- An ing They are prominent jln mining ii in ht section and recently disposed of thei...

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 July 1902

defendant Diaeharnitri Before Judge Williams yesterday Alfred Nyman was charged with dumping a five gallon Pearl oil can of disreputable contents on the premised intimatel associated with a certain neighbors sensitive olfactories Frank Aley defended and Judge Miller at the request of the court represented the embryo commonwealth of Arixona The case arose in the Swedish ters and the evidence of John John- son Pety Peterson Erick Erickson I Andy Anderson Broken Spade Han- aieson ana uie ijuart uottleson were If all in vain The territory did not get J -with the goods the Jury was discharge ed likewise the defendant the case I dismissed and the incident closed for I repairs x I Reports of Damage Exaggerated The reports printed in the El Paso papers to the effect that the recent rains in that vicinity had caused ser ious damage to the new grade of the E P S W railway were greatly exaggerated according to reports which came from El Paso yesterday The damage was veryiUght and hardly worth ...

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 July 1902

THE MINING FIELD COPPER As the beet authority we take the following summary from the Engineer ing and Mining Journal for the week ending July 19th The market continues quiet and there 1b little change though the tend ency sems toibe tawrds lower rather than higher quotations Manufactur ers are still taking tout little interest and transactions are Bomewhat re stricted Abroad conditions improve slowlyt though there is some change for the better The production of copper in the Halted States In June ccordins to the figure furnished by Mr- John Stanton who acts as statlcian for the companies was 26740 long tons the largest quantity vfcf reported for a single from the mines which furnish the re Prfc janfl JJDffi JonsJ ronj the outside sources that Is the smaller mines and the smelters treating ores carry ing other metals besidescoper This large production brings ujTthe total in tie United States for the six months ending June 20 to 140448 tons which Is 7504 tons more than in the first ha...

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 July 1902

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION ItEMPIRE SMELTiNG UMPANY We the undersigned n M Fraaklia E Bell W It Francis Hartwll owell and R B Farsous do hereby Voluntarily associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under knd by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Arizona and we do here Er doi4 and certify the of locorporatJ - - rticl V giclee - ne name of this coryc v shall be Empire Smelting and its principal place of lousiness shal be af Benson in the lcuiiy of Cochise Territory of Art icon 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 i Which said last named place meetings of directors and stockholders may be lield Article II The purposes for which this corporation is formed are 1 To purchase locate patent lease rent and otherwise acquire to own fbold develop work operate and mine and 19 sell to lease rent...

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 July 1902

-S O PUBLIC SCHOOLS s ciTerk I- i OF BISBEE HAMMER MAKES HIS AN NUAL REPORT Receipts qnd Expenditure Given The School Library Rapidly Grow Vjo Ino Name of Teachers and Sal s Received Clerk L F Hammer baa completed ads annual report of the Bisbee school district and forwarded Uie Bame to the county school superintendent The following table shows the financial workings of the district for the year ending June 30th last and that there was a balance remaining in the dis trict of 118669 Balance on hand at beginning of school year I 231 84 Amounts received from 7 portionments 10714 08 Amount received from sub scriptions tuition or other sources 275 80 Total receipts for school maintenance sum of 1 2 3 and 4 11221 72 Paid for teachers salaries 7343 75 paid for rents repairs fuel and contingent expenses 1728 71 Paid for school libraries 124 53 Paid for school apparatus 43 10 Paid to census marshal 100 00 paid for school furniture 694 94 Total exjenditures for school maintenance 10035 03 Bal...

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 July 1902

I - il I Di VOLUME VI WM J BRYAN ON THE ISSUES INSISTS THAT MONEY QUESTION WILL REMAIN A PARAMOUNT ISSUE Thinks Criminal Prosecution Best Remedy for the Trusts Free Silver Not Necessarily An Issue On his way cast this -week Win J Bryan was interviewed by a represen tative of the Chicago Record Herald from which the following extracts are taken Do you find the principles of the Kansas City platform holding their own in the country Mr Bryan Yes Maine adopted them the other day and many of the states are doing so What is your present remedy for the trust question Proceed against them criminally and bate congress pass laws forbidding them to engage in interstate trade un til they have shown beyond a question that they intend to do a legitimate bus iness I would not restrict the states in the matters of charters but I w ould confine a corporation within its home state until it had shown its innocent intentions I think the states should be he judge of the character of corpo rations they 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. — 27 July 1902

BiSitfE DAILY REVIEW Issued Every Morning except Monday CONSOLIDATED PH4N7G AND fill LISHINC COMPANY Address all communication to BIS BeE DAILY REVIEW1 JBisbee Ariz ACTUAL MMKB PRWTEB TO BAYJ400 ARIZONAS FARMER8 Fewl people jwhlikVe0eeh engaged in themhilngindustry can Appreciate the vast extent of agricultural Indus try in Arizona The census bureau has just Issuedvsome Interesting statistics regarding the extent of farming In this territory as gathered In the cen sus of 1900 The censuBbuUetln pla ces the number of Arizona farmers at 5800 The acreage of improved and cultivated land -Is 254521 but th to tal amount included under the head of of land improvements and live stock Is placed at 29906877 which by the way means an increase of 1619 per cent in the past ten yeirs The value of the live stock alone is estimated at 115458717 or 517 per cent of the whole The crops for the year of 1899 alone were worth 247S298 and the valuation of farm products including animals Is placed at G90709...

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 July 1902

1H a A 1 0 IRRIGATION IN THE WEST F H NEWELL WHO WILL LOCATE RESERVOIRS IS IN DENVER 3 i Milk River System in Montana Calfor nia and Nevada Location and the San Carlos Dam are Favored Stor age Sites Dr F H Newell chief engineer oJ the reclamation surrey and hydro ate the gottmnvnt reservoirs was in Denver list week The controlling feature in selecting locations for the expenditure of the government aid remarked Dn New Jellff is the question of immediate re turns The question Is- will it payTj chief will not visit Gunnison at this time He has also looked over the rteion covered by Cheesman lake which it is proposed to make the lead ing source of water supply for Denver In the opinion of Dr New ell man lake will prove a great success The danv he says is one of the best constructed pieces of work of the kind cpntiment on that subject cftnnl as nossible and at the same time perfectly effective eastern sentiment as to the the west Eastern members of con gress will vote solidly for the pr...

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 July 1902

1 1 31 8 Jt JV JJTJ SfiL WT - A4f A ftr ftr Wtt tJir ri I t i ii i 1 w Wandered pfor Twenty eight Hours - - Without Waters r At rain Ladiesdressug sacqueir fancy or white reduced from 25o to 190 12s to 85c85cto 55c G5c to45o Ladies J lawn and percale wrappers only a few weeks Tn stock sold at 5l50 special 425 500 at400 JOQ at 2Slf at 195 2oo at VLSo X50 at5q00At85cVA miVi auieg arid childrens straw - hats June productions vU be -old at just yi of regular price 20oo at 1000 1000 a odo 4 00 at 200 lOoat 50c THE MINING FIELD SENATE gId CcfopXNYf t 1 Bids Fair to Rival the Famous Con l 4 I gress Mine Charles Hi AKers who is connected vith the Senate Gold company was asked today for some information In regard to the operations of that com- panylv hich Is working la property at Congress and from which nothing but good reports have been heard He sajs that work was commenced developing the mines on March 12 -and since that time excelcnt progress has been madeand excellent results obtained i...

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 July 1902

1 vd f If tf I Hi fi n hi- ft rM i u fl h I I FROM DOUGLAS A GOOD IMITATION OF CARRIE NATION BREAKS OUT The 4 Douglas Pubhb School Other Local New Iten 1 International is Tfcketf Frwn the llll k There lsOaV leart one woman in Xtoulas who does not approve ot sa Rxs ifcd the oeqf not care a rap who known lr On several occasions she ttasl given tubllc utterance in a Vociferous manner of her opinion of people who deal in splrltous frumenti plritus vln gallicl and Dutch cham pagne and said opinions were not al ways complimentary At least the men to whom they were addressed did not so consider them She la petite figure and as she married friend when he started home rear is mde on the enrollment of the prewous year the amount appropria tdfor Douglas is only 800 The Copper Queen company has generously donated the use of the Li brary building for school purposes dur ing the coming year and the old school house will be moved up in the same neighborhood so there will not be any additional expe...

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 July 1902

M 1 f ii si i ll fl V V f ry It 4 i y H V And the Little That Is Known About Them i32l5tI tt HE SCIENTIFIC M V mliC Z2Xt I K asnUii A Dr O C JOSLEN BwlUblw Specialist MAN JUST fat iim 0 By Professor ROBERT THILL of the United 8tatea Geological Survey NOW IS CONFRONTED EBTION OF SYMPATHETIC VOL CANIC OUTBREAKS AT WIDELY DISTANT POINT8 dUT HE CAN NO MORE EXPLAIN THIS BORN CHILD IN IT8 CRADLE Weak in bis knowledge of the birth of volcanoes deficient- in apJEqiejnt data concerning thejr habitq and action it is ntterlv impossible for him to prognosticate with certainty their fu ture iehavior Tf3ed1jtJctofeTeTyBcientific man -who yaSj to collect data whereby he could derire Koine knowiedge of the laws of the phenomena and yet they were obliged to depend for their information largely upon the testimony of evewitnesses who had never seen a scientific book TheseSvol caiiixs presented many phenomena hitherto unobserved and itwil rttiiro months of careful study and deduction before the cause o...

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. — 27 July 1902

if J I 11 I 1-5- I la w a r ART1CLE8 OF INCORPORATION OV EMPIRE 8MELTiN3 iuMPANY WeAihe undersigned a Jl Franklin C EBell W It FraniU Hartwell Nowetl and R B Parsons dp hereby voluntarily associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under and oV virtue of the laws of the Territory of Arizona and we do here by adopt and certify the following Attlclfes of Incorporation to wlt Article 1 The name of this corpo ration shall be Empire Smelting Comaany and its principal place of business shal be at Benson in the coib of Cochise Territory ct Art onaFut the corporation purposes carry kg on business outside of as well As within the said Territory of Arizona and to maintain an office or office in the city and county of San Francisco state of California at which said last named place meetings of directors and stockholders may be beld Article II The purposes for which this corporation is formed are 1 To purchase locate patent lease rent Snd otherwise acquire to own bold ...

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. — 27 July 1902

ici 4 f f I t1 M I i i It1 s f SIG Only St PIONEER on the Road SIMON HAS BEEN ARIONA SINCE 188t T VI6ITING FouTmtO Makeon JHi CiiattTala A TkaiuJ - ijj I nvuMnu miles WT Staging First Came to Bisbee in 1885 One Store Here Sig Simon representing Sachs Baoe Co of San Francisco has beeav in Bisbee during the lrf two days J He is seeling fancy ind famishing goods for both ladies and gentletae Mr Simon has been coming etularlyf to niBuee since iobd na Be nu Deep com ing regularly to Arizona since lttl A representative of the Review yester day evening listened to Mr Simon talk of the early days in Arizona when he first began to visit it My first visit to Arizona was n J881 said Mr Simon On that trip I made Yuma Tucson Phoenix and Prescott The Southern Pacific had just reached Tucson 1 went to Pres cott by stage from Yuma then eame to Phoenix over the Black Canyon stage route There was no railroad to Phoenix and in fact that place had just begun to attract attention be cause of the buildin...

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. — 29 July 1902

A M I i t L 1 i i i S ygfroevataaax - ANOTHER KNOCKOUT Associated Press Buffalo Ti Y July 2S Kid Car ter of Brooklyn knocked oat Jimmfe Handler in the second round tonght coMMirmfsuiciDE IN CHICAGO A M ROTHCHILD HEAD OF EIG DEPARTMENT STORE ENDS HIS LIFE Associated Press Chicago July 28 A 31 Rothschild until two months ago at the head of the State street department store of the firm of A M Rothschild s Co committed suicide today at his home on Michigan avenue by shooting him self in the head the wound catkin- almost instant death Acute insomnfa which was probably caused by temporary insanity is said to be responsible for the deed Rothschild came lo Chicago in 1875 and immediately began making a repu tation for himself in organizing in 1SS5 a big department store which now bears bit name He was a director of the Worlds fair and a former director of the Na tional Bank of the Republic A MORNING BLAZE UP BREWERY GULCH HOUSE OWNED BY FRANK THESSE TOTALLY DESTROYED Two Other Buildings Cau...

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. — 29 July 1902

M i i l BIS8C DAILY REVIEW Issued Eerj Morning except Monday CCSbUDATED PrtiHTINS AND rUB LISHINC COMPANY Address all ciiumuuicatlons ti HIS BEE DAILY REVIEW Bisbee Ariz ACTUAL NUMKR FBINTEB TO BAY140O the4rawford primary plan Thfi RavIaw flfiR hAMI crratfflaH to v -see the favor with which the Crawford Primary elections plan has been re ceived by thedemocrats throughout the territory la Gila county the demo crats have adopted it and they are well pleased with Its workings It promises to leave the party in Gila a unit of strength after the county ticket is nominated which means com plete democratic success The Crawford primary election sim ply provides that each democratic vo ter may record his choice of candi dates who shall stand for election direct insead of choosing a delegate or delegates from the various pre cincts to meet and make the choice of candidates This plan or something similar has been in use by the demo- crats in many of the sates In Missou ri and Texas the democrat...

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