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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 15,
jSMELTER FOR EL PA$0
REPORTED THAT PHILADELPHIA
I PEOPLE WILL BUILD ONE.
DEATH OF A PIONEER
Wt 'VfrtfftyW JUK) JStf
HON. JOHN Y. T. SMITH, OF PHOE
NIX, DIES IN LOS ANGELES.
He Went to Salt River Valley Before
Phoenix Was Started Prominent in
Politics for Yea-s.
George Buxton received a telegram
IF '. 6
Is the Reduction we off.
To buyers of Men's Tailor-Made
Clothes, on Suits
from $32.50 to $75.00:
We must Kee our tail
ors busy all times, espec
ially now. The saving is
not very much, but con
sidering the quality,
worKmanship and fit, we
call it one of the bargains
of the summer.
"We can maKe anything
in the way of bailor-made
suits from an every-day
vl garment to a' full dress
j ami. 11 15 i or you 10 say.
i iTnftnrK nf urnnlpnc ptr
has never beenmore com
plete. We would request
you to inspect this line of
They are imported from
the best mailers of cloth.
Parties Will Commence In a Short
Time it Is Said, by Those Inter
ested in the Enterprise.
Parties from Pittsburg are In El
Paso for the purpose of arranging to
start a brewery Ibere.
In addition to the brewery which
has already been chartered, Pittsburg
capitalists, assisted by El Pafeo people,
have decided to'erect one. The
matter has already been thoroughly
gone over and plans are almost ready
for char.'erlng the company.
Work will begin within a very short
while, it is stated by those interested,
and the institution will be pushed tc
completion with all possible rapidity.
The company Is represented by one of
the leading law firms of El Paso, and
one of the members of this firm Is
quo.ed as follows in the Herald:
"Yes, it is a fact that the brewery is
to be built. Tests of water have been
made and some property has been
looked at with a Uew of selecting a
location. V!e have cot said anything
about It as we did not want to inter
fere with Mr. Pence's brewery project,
but our people mean business. The
promoters are men w ho have the mon
ey and who are well known in this city,
and they are backed by some of the
leading business men of El Paso. The
', institution will be capitalized at two
hundred thousand dollars and a, h'jr.
dred and fifty thousand of this will be
subscribed by Pittsburg people, while
fifty thousand will be subscribed by lo
cal men. This is a straight business
proposition, an assured fact, and that
is aU there is to it. If the people did
not mean business our firm would not
take any hand in the matter, but they
mean to erect a brewery here. We
have handled business for them here
tofore, and know that they mean what
they say. All the money Is already In
Even when a woman is up against a
lot of -worry, she doesn't forgot to see
that her hat is on straight
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will keep you posted on our
work and methods: ' Hailed
Free to the
ADVERTISING MAN "I
of any responsible house.
Now going on at
jesterday from his wife, who left here
Tuesday morning fot Los Angeles, an
nouncing the death of her father. Hon.
John y. t. smitn, or fnaenix, in i.os
Mr. Smith went froni Phoeslx with
i!r familv tw.i w-paV am. tn .snpnd tho
summer on the coast, as has been his
custom for years, and Mrs. Buxton left
this city to join the family. Mr. Buxton
expecting to go there later for a vaca
tion. Mr. Buxton stated last night
that a recent letter conveyed the in
formation that Mr. Smith was in his
usual good health. However, the de
ceased had been subect to heart
trouble, and Mr. Bux'cn attributes tho
sudden death to this trouble. Mr,
Buxton leaves thl3 af'ernoon for Phoe
nix to attend the funeral, which -Kill
occur la that city on Sunday. Mr
Smith was a partner In the Buxton-
Smith company cf this city. This I
business wi!I be closed until next ,
Monday. ' I
Hon. John Y T Smith was 73 years '
old, having been born in the city of
Buffalo September 1C. 1S31 He w ent
to California with a pary of young men
in 1833, driving a herd of 500 head of
cattle across the plains, being six
months on the trip. He engaged in
prospecting and gold mining. In 1S5S
he was in the Frazer river gold ex
citement in British Columbia, but scon
returned to California. i
At the opening of the civil war Mr.
Smith enlisted In company H, Fourth
California infantry, and with his regi-'
ment came to Yuma, Arizona, where I
he remained a year. D urlng his mili
tary service he was promoted from the
ranks to be first lieutenant.
In the fall of 1S05 he started for
Arizona with the Fourteenth United
States regiment. a3 master of trans
portation, and continued for two years f
at Fort McDowell. Afterwards he re
ceived the appointment as post trader
at Fort McDowell.
About 1S72 he started a mercantile
business at Phoenix. Besides mer
chandising. Mr. Smith had mining and
otner Interests. In 187C he built the
second flour mill In the Salt river val
ley, and this he operated 'until, 18S7.
when he built one of the best mills
ever erected In the territory. This
mill he operated until 1S99, when he
sold It. He was closely Identified
with the early workof canal building
In -the Salt river valer. At the tim
the first ditch was started, in 1866, not
a bouse stood on the present site of
Phoenix, and it was two rears latpr
before the town came Into existence.
With its subsequent growth and pro
gress he has been closely associated.
The republican party always had a
staunch friend in Mr. Smith. For
years he has been chairman of the
county central committee of Maricopa
county. In 1868 he was elected to
the territorial legislature; again in
1886 he was elected to that body .this
time from Maricopa county, and in
1888 was re-elected, serving in ths
fourteenth and fifteenth assemblies,
and during the latter he was, with
others, successful in securing the re
moval of the capital from Presco't tc
Phoenix. In 18S9 he was annninto
territorial treasurer, which office he
nnea ror two years. During the two
following years he was a nm,i, f
the territorial board of equalization.
rromment in Masonry, Mr. Smith
wa3 a past denutv Brand nsstor r,r ti,
grand lodge of Arizona. He was oast
commander of J. Y, Owens post No. 5.
G. A. R.. and was connected with the
California commandery of the Loyal
Legion; also was a member of the
Society of California Volunteers.
Few men in Arizona were better
known throughout the territory than
Hon. John Y. T. Smith, and none more
First in price
First in quality
First in aroma
the great 5c Cigar
The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World
The Band Is the Smoker's Protection. .
MYSTERY OF JOE RULE
f.nillllt h-inn.nnnft.sa .
1a. BAUER, BUTCHER SHOPf
1 Corner O. K. Street and Railroad Avenue.
I THE OLD RELIABLE BUTCHER SHOP ?
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
Tim on'rbnttber shop in Bisbe which ieeps the year 'round nothln bnt ths finest $
I Veal. M.t.o.. PorK lnMtagSn..lUBtai.
It Is not known yet whether any of
the BIsbee SDorts will tm in a.- r.
cico or not, to witness the fight be
tween jennes and Corbett. The mem-
Ders or the BIsbee Athletic club are
somewhat surfeited with nri,o',v,.t
Just now, as well as being rather short
ua wina irom dodging the deputy
United States marshals Tl,. o.
of the chief of the athletic club Jack
Bolan who now languishes and ewel
ters in the pen at Yuma, has also had
a ramer repressing effect on all the
club members. TTmroror th.- ,..
be those who have not been entirely
Weaned Of thoir lloalra in con J,
iand such may journey to San Fran-
Write us about our ea3y pay
The ZELLNER PIANO CO.
WANTED People to know that the
Review Want Ada brings results. If
ron iave anything to sell let us know,
we will do the rest.
. . LOWELL. . .
KEG BEER ON DRAUGHT.
Furnished Rooms Upstairs
Nona But The Best Goods Htndltd.
FOUND LYING NEAR HOSPITAL
WITH FOOT CRUSHED.
Mind Unbalanced and Imagines That
He Vas Attacked by Plnkertons.
Will Be Examined for Sanity.
An occurrence savoring of sensation
came up yesterday when an unknown
man was found at the door of the Cal
umet & Arizona hospital, with a
crushed foot. The man seemed to be
in a dazed condition, and could tell
nothing of the cause of his condition.
Those who brought him to the hospital
left him without a word of explanation.
and their identity is yet unknown. Dr.
Edmundson found it necessary to am
putate one of the man's toes on tho
Last night he was brought Into town
and examined as to his -sanity. At
the examination it developed that the
man's name was Joseph Rule, and
several who were present Identified
him as a miner who had worked in
this camp, and who had been drinking
heavily for several days. He seems
to be laboring under the delusion that
he was attacked on two different occa
sions while applying for work at en.
of the camps outside of the city. He
states that on the first attack, a pick
was driven through his foot, but this
Is p'alnlysdue to his Imagination, as no
wound such as would have been made
by a pick appears. Dr. Edmundson
says that he discovered no such wound,
but that the toes of his right foot were'
Rule was discovered lying outside
the hospital between 8 and 9 o'clock
yesterday morning, by the nurse, wh)
ordered him taken in. Dr. Edmund
son was then sent for, and amputateJ
a toe, which could not be saved.
Rule is well known to many of tho
miners of Bisbee. and has worked all
over the west. One who knows him
istated last night that he thought Rule
had deposited some money behind the
bar at the Palace saloon, as he saw
him get money from the bartender
there a few days ago, who then told
him he could have no more while he
Rule at one time claimed that he
met with trouble at a camp while on
his way out of BIsbee, and at anothe
me stated that he had not been In
Bisbee for a year, but was Just return
f J T Cananea en attacked by
Sfmen Wh heW h,m P tto
point of gjs and made him stand Tn
,1 m onconiInS train and jump
on the pilot. He imagines that tte
men were Pmkertons, who perpetrated
o tell T n h,m b6Cause refu el
to tell them anything of the move
ments of union organizers.
That the man is suffering from tern
poraxy aberration as a rel.lt oTafct
Donald" 'Tn&,3Pla,n- Jcel
Donald, after conversing with Rnto
decided to wait this mCng and
continue his examination, ft If "a
wmebeemStllI,f0nt'ttUes '"ational, he
far.r m,Uted t0 Toinb8ne o be
from the time he left- Tt(,iho ...,i .,-
There is no beverage more healthful than
the right kind of beer. Barley malt and hops
a food and a tonic. Only H Per cent
of alcohol just enough to aid digestion.
But get the right beer, for some beer is not healthful.
SchEtz Is the pure beer, the clean beer, the 'filtered and
tterilized beer. No bacilli in it nothing but health.
And Schlitz is the aged beer that never causes biliousnesf.
Call for the Brtatrj Bottling.
T Btmr that madm MUmauktm fammua.
Fnsne 23. J. B. Anzina & Co.,
1 Main bU BlsDee.
B. P. O. E.
Bisbee Lodge 671
meets First and
Third Fridays ol
each month. VI
lting Br o then
J. C. Callaghan,
C. E. RInehart,
F. O. E.
Bisbee Aerie No. 175, Fraternal Or
der of Eagles, meets every first and
third Tuesday, at Opera House. VIs-
lUng Eagles cordially Invited.
L. A. BROWN, W. P.
SOL ROSENBLAD. W. S.
CARRIE REYMANN LODGE, NO.
Degree of Honor, A. O. U. W.
Meets 11. Library Hall 2d and 4ta
Thursday In each month. Visiting
brothers and sisters cordially invited.
Uary Gill Adelaide Kindred.
Recorder v Chief of Honor
Try the new Lone Star bakery. " tt-
Kathbone Lodge No.
10, Kni ghta of
Pythias meets every
Tuesday evening 1b
Library Hall. Visit.
lng brothers cordial,
Thos. Constable, C. a
M. B. Morse, K. R. S.
Queen Lodge No. (,
A. O. V. W. meets
each Saturday even
lng in Library Hall
Frank Sinclair, Master Workman.
C. w. Hlcks, Financier.
Lewis Hunt, Recorder.
Tjind Mark f!JiDter No.
R. A. M. Regular convoca
Uons third Tuesday Id
each month. 8:15 p. m
Visiting companions In
good standing gladly re
MTJIRHEAD, H. P.
FRANK J. GRAF, Sec
UNITED MODERNS NO. 160
Meet 2nd and 4th Monday at 8 p. m.
at Opera House halL Visiting memben
cordially Invited. C. C. Warner, Chair.
M. E. Crank. Sec'y.
NACO LODGE, NO. 20, A. O. U. W.
Master Workman, K. C. Hlcks; Fi
nancier, W. R. Chaffln; Recorder,
EL L. Kennedy. Meets each Wednes
day evening in Madden'a opera house.
Vlsltln brothers cordially lnrlted.
Improved Order of Red
Men. Cochise Tribe N. 7.
I meat every ThursdaT
'evening at Onera. Honaa
Hall. Visitinr brothers
John W;. Muller, Sachem.
Dr. Edmundson, Medicine Man.
W. D. Klnsey, Chief of Records.
L f-m VV
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Warren Camp, No. 9, meets tklrd
Sunday of each month at 7:30 p. m.
at Central House office, near floodgate,
r c- a Craord.
C. N. Thomas, Counsellor Com.
Perfect Ashlar Lodge No. 13,
F. & A. M., meets first Thurs-
da.v nt jmh mAnt VlalffnM
brethren cordially Invited to attend.
j. u. tiKuvvw, secretary.
H. M. WOODS. W. M.
BIsbee Lodge no. 10, L O.
O. F., meets every Wednea-
Vliff a.- evnnlrir- VUltlns tvmtfc.
ers cordially Invited to attend.
F. C. FENDERSON, N. O.
FRED Z. 3T0NE, Sec.
K9 For Drwit
For Dmnttnntss, Deftm,
other Drug Ub)f,
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