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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bisbee daily review. — 29 July 1902

I t 1 M 11 THE MINING FIELD GLOBE MINING DISTRICT The editor of the Belt after a visit to the Pinto creek district writes the following concerning come important property In that vicinity The McNelly Group The McNelly Crowley group num bering nine claims and a mill site are situated on Pinto creek about fifteen miles west of Globe From the mill site located in the canyon the claims extend en both sides of the creek eight of them lying in a compact group easy of development and operation frftm a ftentrfit etattnn point the tunnel cuts through the ore body which is IT feet thick and aver ages about seven per ieut copper V winze ii x 7 feet sunk 40 feet on this lead is all in ore of higher grade than that encountered at the tunnel and showing considerable crbonate glance and sulphide the whole averaging 12 per cent and crrylnc nearly 4 in gold to the ton The ore improves all the way down in us winze and is best at -- ir j I cash register safe chairs table linen carpets linoleums hat ra...

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. — 29 July 1902

r I I i i Jie riiiYir1tyniiwi At The Fair Specials Ladies dress ng sacques fancy white reduced from 25o to 1 L to 85c 85c to 55c G5c to 45c MURDERER A MEXICAN NAMED TEODORA ELIAS Killing Occurred During a Fire Offi cer Unarmed at the Time There was a Disposition to Lynch the Prisoner Cause of Murder Only Surmised On Sunday night about 10 oclock and while a fire was being subdued on Meyer street in Tucson Officer W H Katzenstein was shot five times by a Mexicn named Teodoro Ellas The Star of Sunday morning gives the following particulars of the affair Officer Katzenstein was at the scene of the fire preventing a crowd from carrying out goods Leaving Foreman Henry Mellulsh In charge of the burn ing store he left to see why the com panies did not arrive He removed his arms and delivered them in the Occidental for sale keeping Katzen stein who was assistant chief of the department crossed the stieet to the adobe corner where he started to re move tne cap irom uic me iu While bending ove...

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. — 29 July 1902

-V 4 i NEW MEXICO NEWS NOTES V Sana Fe depot at San Martial I nt up In names list Wednesday doctor cauterized the wound Two men strangers took in a few wheel games in Albuquerque the other evening and were accused of usin some device for controlling the balL They were arrested and bound over but later were released on general principles Hon Elfgo Baca of Socorro Juarez Mexico ami um imu m - tne united States or the Republic of tabllsh offices in both nations It will Mexico be an international law firm Mr Baci I HI The amount ot capital stock of is prominent in Socorro county PO said corporation shall be Five Hundred tics Thousand 50000000 Dollars dlvi A proposition has been made to thelded into Five Hundred Thousand 500- 4ren people of Raton to raise 50000 to ward the building of the Cimarron River and Toas Valley railway which has been sun eyed from Maxwell City to Taos If the money is raised the eastern terminus of the road will be Raton instead of Maxwell City ci SUIT ON A CONTRA...

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. — 29 July 1902

i M 1 tr miiu ji t J American Art And the Tariff Br M JEAN LEON GEROME Famous French Painter and Sculptor jfnfim 4 mc nj rnuunus no uunu as int r ncocni j PROHIBITIVE TARIFF UPON WORKS OF ART OB TAINS The Tax A Hunger Tdx By HENRY O HAVEMEYER President of the American Sugar Refining Company would result in a saving to the consumer of 85000000 ABOUT THE BENEFIT TO OUR presentVhigh n I8BEE DAILY REVIEW TUE60AY MORNING JULY 29 lal aa4 -a f f E1 fc Jm7 l aaVJLjBaBlr twsyiiniirlH1llliliHPiwHipiiHiiltwiipililllilil I I French painters would not take their work to America either for exhibition or for sale as long a a tariff phased upon ignorant philistinism prevents their purchase American artiste who do their work in France are also badly treated by their own country I know an American who had a work painted in New Yorky brought it over here and now cannot get it back to New York without paying a large stun There would be less need for American artiste to come abroad if great works of art...

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. — 29 July 1902

i n ARTICLE3 OF INCORPORATION SMELTING uMPANY We the undersigned a M Franklin C E Bell W R From is Hartwell Novell and It B Parsons do hereby TOluntarlly associate ourselves together for the purpose of J forming a corporation under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Arizona and we do here Iky adopt and certify the following j Aitiales of Incorporation to wit Article 1 The name of this corp oration shall be Empire Smelting J1 Company and its principal place ot C business shal be at Benson in the cnjiiy of Cochise Territory cf Ari tzona but the corporation purposes carrying on business outside of as J well as within the said Territory of Arizona and to maintain an office or J 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 tkeld 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...

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. — 29 July 1902

JitL J222BkSteKsa S LOWER FREIGHT COAST TO BISBEE IT WAS PUT INTO EFFECT BY THE x SOUTHERN PACIFIC The New Schedule Abolishes the Ben ton Rate Tucson Rates for All Points in Cochise County in MicniK wumy The reduction of th fntlrfct rum to jssoee Hit been put into effect Tke Review first learned last week that the Southern Pacific was to re- duoe their rate to Bisbee Naco and Falrbank sufficient to absorb the rate i -which has been charged by the El Paso and Southwestern from Benson to these points The redaction to Bisbee will amount to 37 cents on many articles The rate remains un changed on such articles as have here tofore had a special rate Potatoes and onions for instance remains the same The reduction on sugar in car load lots is only 12 cents pT hun dred Ever since the El Paso South western began to receive freight at Deming and deliver it at Bisbee and Naco at the same rate the Southern Pacific charged to Benson there has been a great effort made by the mer chants in Califor...

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. — 30 July 1902

0v REGULAR MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOLUME VI KING EDWARD AUGUST NINTH HAS BEEN FIXED A8 THE DATE FOR THE CORONATION H i Now Believed that the King Will Be Able to Stand Strain of Cere mony He hat Already Done Scfre Walking Associated Press London July 29 The latest and most reliable information indicates tkat King Edwards doctors were not mistaking in fixing August 4th as the date upon which bis majesty could be crowned Sinister rumors which per vaded all classes for the last few days now appear to have lost that sem blance of probability which maio even members of the cabinet nervous lest anothr postponement of the cor onation should be necessitated Any apprehension that King Edward would be unable to stand the strain of the coronation ceremony has been greatly lessened by the announce ment that his majesty is now permit ted to use his feet and with the aid of a stick has done some little walk ing Another late telegram from Cowes saying that nearly all restrictions upon the ...

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. — 30 July 1902

J V R i I I IS 4 It hi BISlitE DAILY jtEVjtW Issued Every Morning except Monday CONSOLIDATED PniXTHC AND LISHINC C0MPA8Y Address all conraunU utioti to BIS BEE DAILY REVIEW Bisbee Ariz ACTUAL WMKt niNTCfi TO BAY1400 HELPING THE STRIKERS When the United Mine Workers de cided at their convention held In In dlhapolls to follow tfie advice of Pres ident Mitchell and continue at work they acted wise The general strike proposed would have Involved a viola tion of contracts entered Into In good faith Such a course would have weakened the confidence In the organ ization and would have left the min ers who have employment powerless to assist their striking brethren in the antnracite region The miners ac- ence same and returned to work with the under standing that they would contribute of their earnings to the strikers The result has been a steady flow of money every day to the assistance of the strikers The biggest donation ever given a strike was received by the secretary of the United Mine...

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. — 30 July 1902

fi A I 1 i A NEW HEAVEN AND A NEW EARTH By Aitodtle Jurtice DAVID J BREWER of the United Sutes Supreme Court jSsst Naco Arizona MOITON R MOORE Register First publication July 9 1902 o NOTICE OF DEMOCRATIC CEN TRAL COMMITTEE MEETING Headquarters ot the Democratic central committee ot Cochise county Blsbee July22d 1902 A meeting of the Democratic cen tral committee of Cochise county la aereoy calleCtomMt In Library hall Bisbee on Tbuniday July 31st ADlfl02 at 3 oclock p m for the purpose of nam ing the time and place and fixing the represntationjforthe next Cochise county democratic convention pro Tldiagf orlbfr representation of Co chise county in the Democratic terri torial convention called tomeet in the city at TcsotmtBe3dl day of next Septajbrtd aaalnfi pterbai ness proper to com before a meeting of tW i B A Packard Chairman C F Nichols jaecretary v Jmui HE other evening my eight-year-old grandson asked his father if anything in the Bible was true His father in order to suggest t...

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. — 30 July 1902

I I -At II le Fair T C I Specials Ladies dressing sacques fancy or white reduced from 25o to 190 14 to 85c 85c to 55c 05c to 45c Ladies lawn and percale wrappers onlj a few weeks in stock sold at 5 50 special 425 500 at 400 400 at 285 350 at 265 275 at 195 2oo at 155 1 50 at 95c 100 at 85c Ladiesand childrens straw hats June productions will be old at just 4 of regular price 20oo at 1000 1000 at 5oo 4 00 at 200 lOo at 50c BISBrE DAILY RVI Specials wasdeatBly sic a Mr iiamsey wan wiw dose of ammonia He may stick up WHITK STKAW D nL1113 ionablc green tones long loops ami ends of green vclet ribbon a frying of white chiffon and a Fmall bow o white satin ribbon Philadelphia Ledger Favorite Xotlnnn Butcher linen gowns are orange color lne manuarm orange tone is greatly In favor Dresden shep herdesses have been the models from which many of our smartest gowns lor summer wear have been taken with ends of black velvet In all direc tions and mixtures of pink and blue Water Pipe Clan Germany ...

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. — 30 July 1902

Yd I NEW SHORIVSTORIES RCLE of corporation KJSOW ALL MEN BY THESE oi a nnlnj MrM Actor iMlKtoENTS That we whose hands A jruu5 of jirofcsbloiul imoi1c an1 seaJs re hereunto affixed de here auionj whom was Thomas Q Sea- by associate ourselves together for brooe were dicusslir Jllss lYanout the Impose- of forming a corporation Rank Pembi rtoiis performance of I ner the laws ot the Territory of Camllle and her consequent engage- and we d hfreby certify Bent with Joseph Jefferson for the corporation shall be Merit Mining and Milling There Is always some risk In en- Kf rLTll i gaging persons unfamiliar with the ex Igeuuies of su octors life remarked Senbrooke Perhaps you have heard of the experience of Phelps the etni iiwit English tragedlaa He engaged woung man from the ranks of society and save him a not Important but really very necessary part In the pro duction When the curtain went up he had not shown up and the perform- hearsed understudy Next morning the young man came around to th...

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. — 30 July 1902

j W l iff t IS S ARIZONA E t VlHl territory of Arizona instipp tVw tlint in wrint T mil it fc t t St at fe t t THE TRUTHi ABOUT I THE THIRD DEGREE t By ROBERT J LINDEN Ex Superintendent of Philadelphias Police LUJI fQWkzrj I rf tr M wjzjjjQj DK order that the law mav claim its own when a murder has been committed the only probable eye witness of the crime THE MURDERER HIM SELF MUST BE INDUCED TO THROW LIGHT UPON IT The penalty being death the task of making a murderer convict himself is no easy one To the uncommon measures that have been adopted to force the murderer to tell his fetory the newspapers hae given the name of the third degree Since the name came to be familiar to news paper readers the most astounding stories have been told concerning the methods employed by the police in bringing the so called third degree to bear on a case THE SIMPLE TRUTH REGARDING THE THIRD DEGREE IS THAT IT USUALLY IS MERELY A PITILESS LONG CONTINUED - RAPID RAIN OF QUESTIONS DELIVERED WITH A VIEW ...

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. — 30 July 1902

W 1 l 1 CI H t 5 -a b 8 e is si ta to 1 fc S mi lei ha 0 hOf Jy by JU3J pec sef to pro seh wit met efst Uati snc port lani the ed i ot J dast wit tog ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION C 7 O EMPIRE SMELTiNG cMPANY We the undersigned a M Franklin C f Bell W i FiancK Harwell Novell and It B Parsons do hereby volifntarily associate ourselves together for the purpose of forqrlng a corporation under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Arizona and vie do here yffedopt and certify the following Angles of Incorporation to wit Article 1 The name of this coryc reUSa shall be Empire Smelting Conipany and Its principal place of busfcess shal be at Benson in the coiy of Cochise Territory cf Ari xoafi but the corporation purposes can ring on business outside of as wet as within the said Territory of Ari ana and to maintain an office or offi In the city and county of San Fra Cisco state of California at which said lasUnamed place meetings of directors and stockholders may be held Article IL The p...

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. — 30 July 1902

r i 1 1 M iV P0LITIGAL FIELD - SOMETHING DOING J -- - EVIDENCES OF AN APPROACHING Kizt this Jhr that be will not stand M tor a reaoauon tney reel Uiat ELECTION ARE NOV CJITr j to Pofititlans Litt of Committees Probable Can- dtdatea on Both the Republican I and Democratic pickets There I unmistakable evidence of an approaching election visible in Bisbee The call for a meeting of the democratic central committee in this city tomorrow has been the cause of ome activity among those who are rated as prominent in political circlet While the republican committee has taken no action as to any meeting it Is expected that it will soon do so The interest stirred up in democratic circles over the approaching commit tee meeting has also caused a percep tible awakening in the ranttB of the republicans Occasional conferences are being held and some excellent men are be ing mentioned for office on both sides the political line The democrats are going on the theory that Cochise is safely democratic ...

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. — 31 July 1902

tJtf V M C BISBEE DAILY REVIEW REGULAR MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOLUME VI REPUBLICANS IN IOWA NOMINATIONS ARE MADE STATE OFFICERS FOR Lirt of Candidates A Controversy Over Tariff and Trust Utterances Congratulations to Roosevelt For His Fight on Trusts Associated Press Des Moines Ja July 3 1 The re publican stale convention today noml lnated the following state ticket Secretary of state W B Martin of Adair county Auditor B F Carroll of Davis county Treasurer G S Gilbertson of Win nebago county Attorney General C W Mullan of Blackhawk county Judge of supreme court Scott M Ladd of Bryan county Clerk of the supreme court John C Crockett of Hardin county j Judge of supreme court short term Charles A Bishop of Polk count j Supreme court reporter W W Cornwall of Clay county J The only controversy as over the tariff and trust utterances of the plat form and that was settled in the committee on resolutions in favor of reiteration of last years utterances with the addition to the trust...

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. — 31 July 1902

l i BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Ifouwl Ur5 MoroiiCi seivr Monday XC JbtiLiDArcO it C H0 rUB tISHSNC COMPANY Address all communications to BIS BIE DAILY REVIEW Bisbee Arii ACTUAL mimtU PSWTIB Te BY1400 MEEDS A DEMOCRATIC HOU8E It is now believed that all Presi dent Roosevelt needs to make an effective war on the trusts Is democratic majority in congress On the proposition to stay- the encroach ments of the trusts on the rights and industry of the people there would be perfect harmony jf the President leally means to make the fight on trusts in accordance with his public delarations between tup executive and a democratic congress The views of Congressman Livingston of Geor gia along this line of thought will be accepted by the country as emi nently correct The tariff question the trust ques tion and the adtotacy of an eco nomical administration of the govern ment Is In my opinion just about All the democratic party ought to iry to handle at this time The finan cial question Is practically set...

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. — 31 July 1902

uliiUlmiliUlllli IHmIMiIIM mi mil iilsiiilit ilm ll l Hm mi idli ml mil iinMut The College Man Mut Start At the Bottom By CHARLCS M SCHWAB of the Lnit4 States Sttel Ccrro ation MORE TRADES UNIONS MEAN FEWER STRIKES By JOHN MITCHELL President of the United Mine Workers of America AajMaTTv HERE HAS BEEN NO FORCE SO POTENT IN ALLE VIATING THE WRONGS AND SUFFERINGS OF THE TOILERS OR IN ELEVATING THE CITIZENSHIP Or TKE WORKERS AS THE TRADES ORGANIZATIONS OR GUILDS OF WORKINGMEN In fact it can be demonstrated beyond tbe possi bility of successful contradiction that THE TRADES UNION MOVEMENT HAS BEEN THE GREATEST REC ONCILING FORCE BETWEEN LABOR AND CAPITAL NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Homestead Entry No 4181 Department of the Interior Land Office at Tucson Arizona July 7 1902 Notice is Hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before K Wil liams court commissioner at Blsbee Arizon...

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. — 31 July 1902

j only 400 Mens and Boys Straw Hats at y2 of regular price MONARCHS SOFT BOSOM SHIRTS j Every good dressed knows these goods were 150 and 125 now 100 were 175 now 125 A feww Hundred Mens Shirts with and without Collars Worth 75c 85c and 100 will go at 50c ims2mm or iv a Mi- mr a A- WOMAN AND FASHION r Low Necked TVatHtm Summer waists are receiving a great eal of attention Just now There are so many pretty fabrics anil modes of I making them up that one has no j bio at all in her selections The real problem lies in the collar It is almost i Impossible to wear the stiff high t j I A COOL SUMMM WAIST stocks In hot weather If one does wear them it U with great discomfort TLe soft lawn ties are pretty when fresh but they oon wrinkle on the neck and iine absolutely no chic The easiest wnj out of it If one has a neck at all presentable Is to cut the neck round or slightly square and fin lsh It wltha band of trimming lace or embroidery The waist shown is finished in that fashion It is of ve...

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. — 31 July 1902

WASHINGTON LETTER lRTICLES OF incorporation KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE Special Correspondence PRESENTS That we whose hands The presidential parrot objects to and ses are hereunto affixed de here the remodellriK of the White House b associate ourselves together for When the workmen assaulted the roof JUr1jose ot fornllnK a corporation the conservatory and besan Aan gS Ing the glass the bird became wrathy i Th nm XZ y rt1 and abused the mechanics Sue has a shall be Merit Mining and MHUne fluent vocabulary of vituperation but company and the principal dace of Cuba and are expressed in elegant Castllian so that the finer feelings of the workmen were not too much shocked Still at every unpleasant aolse Polly vociferated Shut up Finally the bird took to careering through the conservatory and fre quently In its rage biting off the small er branches of the plants She was captured and tethered by a short string to a remote perch Polly seemed to be faumlllattd as heretofore she has had the free ra...

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. — 31 July 1902

L I AND ALL 4 PART OF THE BEST MIillIJtl liil 1 i l i ii m CUBA LIKE TEXAS WILL BE ANNEXED By Senator STEPHEN B ELK1NS of West Virginia the United States A True Democracy My Rev Dr HENRY VAN DYKE of Princeton University m 5h WISidRW 01 1 I niHrmiilHlBiiri tiiii lM5Triiiirr1llllrIMiiw tW rt tf feMf Wm ENVIRONMENTS OF CUEA WITH THE TRIAL8 AND DIFFICULTIES THAT BESET HER ON THE THRESHOLD OF hER NATIONAL LIFE STAND IN THE WAY OF HER BEING LONG AN INDEPENDENT NATION WHILE AS A STATE IN THE AMERICAN UNION HER PECLE WOULD BE PROSPEROUS AND PROGRESSIVE AND FNJOY THE LIBERTY THE BLESSINGS THAT WOULD FLOW FROM BEING GREATEST AND FREEST GOVERNMENT IN THE WORLD AFTER AIxTEXA7ON THE PRODUCTS OF CUBA WOULD NOT COME INTO HURTFUL COMPETITION WITH THOSE OF THE UNITED STATES Free trade among the states has never lowered tin j rit c of labor or worked injury to American interoKLs Wherever our iuz floats the price of labor advances It is claimed that annexation would destroy the promising and growing b...

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