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8ISBEE DAILY REVrEW.FRIDAY MOANING, APRIL 10, 1903.
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EL PASO, Tex.
3 Wrapping FeLp&r9
? IT PLEASES US TO QUOTE RRICES
AND SEND SAMPLES
El Paso Foundry & Machine Co.
Write for estimates on
Laigest plant of its kind
in the Southwest
Iron, Steel, Brass and Boiler Work
El Paso, Tex.
C. R. Moorhead, President
Joeph Magoffin, Vice-President
J. C. Lackland, Cashier.
J. H. Russell, Aist. Cashier.
The State National Bank
of EL P.SO, TEXAS ,
Trnnsncts t General Banking Business
Solicits the accounts ot Banks, Corporations, firms and Individuals.
The H. L,esinsk:y Company
El Paso, Texas
tju'.ck service to points In southeastern Arlrona and Sonera.. Mall
toders have the best attention. We aell to dealers only.
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B. L. Berkey Machinery Co.
n4'M"i"t'H 1 1 1 ; i ' 1 1 1 1 i i n
Portable and Standard
Can be operated with
Horse, Gasoline or
We carry also a large stock ot
galvanized tanks, knocked
down ready for shipment. x
Send for Catalogue.
El Paso, Texas
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
Established In El Paso 1331
Incorporated Paid Up Capital $50,000.
WHoleeuile and Retail Dealer,
Handle strictly hish grade pianos and organs. Write
for catalogue and prices on all kinds of musical in
struments, t- 5ArftK3s?V5VsStoftwiafciJ
Of all Kinds
El Paso -Texas-
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and Fine Gold Jewelry
A. H. RICHARDS
103 El Paso Street, El Paso Grand Central Block
Prompt attention given to mall orders and repairing.
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El Paso, Texx.
Krakauer, Zork & Moye
Hardware, Ranch and Mining
Supplies, Pipe and Pipe Fittings
Paints, Oil and Glass
Agent for Canton Steel. Iola Cement, Bain "Wagons, Miller Ranges, jj
AUa3 Powder, Samson Windmills, etc. j
P. 0. Box 15 300 EI Paso St., EI Pasojex.
w ri . fine rt u ; i v T;
Jno. Brunner .... :4n.
And Dealer in Gent's Furnishing Goads
Flrst-OTass Fit Guaranteed. ' W4 El Pai Strtt,XU i, rtn
AN OLD FAVORITE
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CROSSING THE BAR
By Alfred Tennyson
IN avonlancf with the ileoire of Lord Tennyson this
eKiui"'t short jxm. "Crossing the Kar. U printed
nt tlip fii'l of all MlltioiB of his collected works. fBays
Dr IK-nry Vau Ike: "From The D-ierled ItousV
to ProssliK the Kar' Tennyson's poetry Is an evidence
of his conviction that death cannot end all. When
we tMnk .of the many noble poems In which it has
fiiinil "Xprosslon. e may well call Tennjson the
poet of the endless life."
1'NSJV and evenlns star.
.ml on elcjir '..II for me
And rray there be nj moanlrg
of the lar.
When 1 put out to sej.
But su-h a tide as moving seems
Too full for saunJ and fo.irc.
When that which drew from oat the
Turns again ho-an.
Tuillght and evening bell.
And after that the dark
And may there be no aadneds ot fare
well. When I embark;
For tlio' from out our bourne of Tims
The Hood may bear roe far,
I hope to see my Pilot face to fsce
When I have crost the bar.
AN' OLD -FAVORITE
"ALL QUIET ALONG THE POTOMAC"
ITHc PICKET GUARD'
By Ethel Lynn Been
ETHEL. X.YNN--DEEItS was born at Gohen. N. T.. in 17 and died
at OranRe. " J. in 1579 The following (o'm the bet Known of her
work, has be n claimed by several writers, but Mrs Beers title to the
aulhjrshlii U now centrally conceded. The poem was tirst pjbllshed
in Harper- Weekly Sept SO. 11
Lf. quipt alonj the Potomac." tbey say.
"nstt'iit. now and .then, a ray picket
Is shot, as he walks on hN lieat to and fro.
By a rifleman lild in the thicket.
'Tis tiothiiu a private or two now and then
Will not count in the news of the battle;
Not an ollit-er loot only om of the men.
Moaning out, all alone, his death-rattle."
All quiet iilunc the Potomac to-uisht.
When- the Mitdiere lie peacefully dreamins:
Their tent in U rajs of tlw clear autumn moon.
Or the Hsut of the watch-fire, are Rleamln:;.
A tremulous .sish of the pentie night-wind
Tlir..uh the fon-it leae- softly is ereepin?:
While stars up above, with their sllttenn;? eyes.
Keep suard. for the army U sleeping..
There's only the sound of the lone tentrj-'s tre.ui,
As he tmnips from the rock to the fountain, -
Ami thinks of the two In the low trundle-lied
Par away In the cot on the mountain.
His imi-skct falls slnrk; his fao, dark and srim,
rowit gentle with memories trailer.
As he mutters a prayer for the children asleep.
l-'or their mother; may Heaven defend her'
The moon seems to hhine just as lirishtly as then.
That nibt, when tlie love yet unspoken
I.-apeil up to his lips when low-murmured vows
Were pledctl, to he ever unbroken.
Then flrawliiK h sleeve roughly ocr his cje
He, ila-ihys oT tear that ate welliiijr.
And sathers his sun cWser up to its place.
.f it to keep down the hc-art-suelliir.
He pa"s the founUiln, the blasted pine-tree.
The footstep is lnusin'.; and weary;
Yet onward he coes, throuch the broad belt of li?ht.
Toward the shade of the forest so dreary.
Hark: wa it the nisht wind thlt, rustled the leaves?
Was it raoouliiiht ho wondrou-ly Hashing?
It looked like a riile "Ha! larj', so-xl-hyr
The red life-blood is ebbing and pl.uhln?.
All quiet nlons the I'otomae to-night;
No sound Mive the rush ot the iier;
While soft falls thf dew on the face of the dead
The picket's off duty forever!
AN OLD FAVORITE
THE OLD ARM-CHAIR
By Elizas Cook
ELIZA COOK. English poetess, was born at London
about 1515 and died near Ixndo'n In 14 She wrote
(pP-'VfvL fr various English Journals ana advocated mental
&& t cn!ure la 'Eliza Cook's Journal." Among the best
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known tr ner poems are - me uiu i-arm uaie, win
"Home In the Heart" and The Old Arm-
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LOVE It. I love It: and who s.hall dare
To chiile rae for lovlmr that pid arm-chair?
I've treasured it long as a sainted prize,
I've liedewwl it with tears. I've "embalmed it with sighs.
'TIs bound by a thousand bands to my heart;
Not a tic will briii!:. not a link will start:
Would you know the spell? a mother sat there!
And a sacred thing lb that old arm-chair.
In childhood's hour I lingered near
That hallowed wsit with Ustenins ear;
And gentle words that mother would give
To fit rae to die, and tench me to live.
Hie told me that shame would never betide.
With Truth for my creed, and God for my guide;
She tausht me to lisp my earliest prayer.
As I knelt t"iiJ that old arm-cjialr.
I sat, and watched her many a day.
When' her eye sruw dim, and her locks were gray;
And I almost worshiped her when she smiled.
And turned from her Bible la bless her child.
Years rolled on, but the last cne sped,
My idol was shattered, my earth-star fled!
And I learned how much the heart can bear.
When I saw her die in her old arm-chair. ,.
'TIs past, 'U past! but I gaze on It now,
With quivering breath and throbbing brow:
'Twas there she nursed me, 'twas there she died,
And memory flows with lava tide.
Say It K folly, and deem me weak, ,
Whilst scalding drops start down my cheek? tj ,,,
But I love it. I love it, and cannot tear jS5
My souUfrom a mother's old arm-chair.
Notice to hereby given that the
undersigned unrfer and pursuant to thu
order of the 'United States Bl3tr!ct
Court, for the First Judicial District
of the Territory of Arizona, will sell
at pub'Ic auction on the 27th ts-7 of
April, 193, at the Brick Yard In the
City, of T-z;cn, County of Cccilse,
Arizcna, to tie highest bidder fcr caih
the following real estate, to wit:
Four (4) Clay Mining Claims,
known as "The Black Mining claim,"
No. 1, "The Binder," "The- Settler" and
"The New Year" all situated In the
Mono mining district, Cochise county,
Territory of Arizona.
Also Forty (40) Acres of Land, be
ing the S. E H of N. R ot section
15. Township 17 south range, SO east,
with a 3-room cottage on same.
Notice is also giveli that the
undersigned will receive bids for the
following personal property, situate'
at the Brick Yard in the City of Ben
son. Cochise County, Territory of Ari
zona, and will sell same to the highest
bidder at my office In the City of Ben
son, County of Cochise, Territory of
Arizona, on the 20th day of April, 1903.
the undersigned reserving the right to
accept or reject any and all bids so
The following Is, a list of the prop
erty offered for sale:
2390 feet odd length of light T rail,
78 brick cars, 7 -wheelbarrows, 3 ztnk
tanks, 2 boilers, 3 pump3, 2 smoka
stacks, 1 engine, 12 pulleys and shaft
ings, 1 large crusher, 1 pug mill, 1
brick machine. 1 carrier, 1 brick cut
ter, 1000 feet of new 1 Inch pipe, 10;
300 (about) feet of 1 inch pipe, 740
pieces of new Iron roofing, 500 pieces
of damaged iron roofing, 1 forge. 1 an
vil. 700 feet odd sizes and length ul
pipe, 300,000 brick more or Ie3s, all
tools. STBVB ROEMER,
Trustee In Bankruptcy of the Arizo
na Clay Manlfacturing Company of
Benson. Arizona. 4-3-10t
HUB3ARO A HENNESSY
Rolled Stel and Metallic Caa
y.'la. Embalming i. specialty
Lady assistant for ladies and
Telephone No. 16.
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Easter card?, in the form ot eears,
book marks, and .other novelties are
for sale at the Bifbee Drug Co. tf
FOR SALE. One ten-foot Montague
range, cheap. Enquire at English
Just received carload buggies, runa
bouts and delivery wagons. Brophy's
carriage repository at Lowell, Naco
If you can't get suited In our stock
of hats get one made to order at Mrs.
Cal' for the "EI Tropico" cigar, made
la BIbee from Clear Havaana Fill
ings and Sumatra wrappers. Sold everywhere.
lflL tACtLdlOR SANITARIUM
El Paso. Texas.
A private- hospital for all surgical
cases and chronic diseases, and lying
Fronts on Buckler Square.
Street cars pass the building.
Best modern appliances money can
A pleasant home for Invalids and
winter sojourners. A specialist for ev
ery class of disease. Trained nurses
Thorough scientific examinations
antl treaments at reasonable rates.
BIG X-RAY MACHINE
If you can be cured at all, you can
be cured at the Excelsior Sanitarium.
Dr. O.D. Weeks
Superintendent and Resident Physician.
Bids will b? received -by the under
signed at ofSce In Gymnasium build
ing for the erection of an additional
school room at Lowell, also in Tomb
stone caoyoa. Additions to corres
pond exactly to school rooms already
erected. Bids will be received until
12 o'clock m., April 30th.
L. F. Haamer.
CITY MEAT MARKET.
SAUSAGE aad FlSlt direct froa CALIfOBHl
PRESH BEEF, MUTTON AND PORI
All Vind3 of salt meats, Toestablos.
FRANK BAUER. Proj,
'PJione li '
For Easter Eag dyes, e the colors
at the. Bl3bee Drug Co tf
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Daniel O'N'eil, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed administrator of the estate ot
Daniel O'Neil. deceased, to the credi
tors of and all persons having claims
3gainst the said deceased, to exhibit
mem, with the necessary vouchers,
within four months after the first pub.
licatlon ot this notice to the said ad
ministrator at his office in Bisbee,
Cochise county, Arizona, the same be
ing the place for the transaction of
business of said estate, in said county
"W. S. HUBBARD,
Admicstrator of the estate of Daniel
Dated Bisbee, this Third day ot
First pubiicatioa. April 4,1903.
Pumps Assay Supplies
Ft.e Mine and Smelter Supply Co.
El Paso, Texas
Machinery k Mining Supplies
C. N. TIBBITS, Local Hgr.
N. A. Ccmstock. President.
J. G. Erieksan, See. and Treat.
EVERY BUSINESS MAN
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ha s-onac money and always valuable Noks and
pipr-i in hi3 place ot business What would you do t
WhynothaM a CnnA aflo In which to Ice-jp
such articles? It 3Ue Ui Mu y0T2 ono
Can ?e 11 uu on on installment if you wish.
Wtynake a specialty of bank equipment.
Writ tu for particnlar-9.
El Paso Safe Specialty Co.
South western dealers for Hall's Saf 9 Co.
332 El Paso Street, El Paso, Texas
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FIRST MOTION HOISTS -S
DIAMOND DRILLS Standard
re Carry a complete line ot RocK Drills a
icepir3 aiso compressors and iramond Drills
at our BRANCH HOUSE, EL PASO, TEX.
SULLIVAN MACHINERY CO.
EL PASO. TEXAS