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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BIS BEE. ARIZONA. THURSDAY MORN ING. AUGUST VS, 1804.
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i ;. NEWS Of DOUGLAS . .
Daily Report of Importance
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Douglas Citizens
Agree On Lines
FOR PROPOSED INCORPORATION
OF SMELTER CITY.
Another Large and Enthusiastic Man
Meeting Held Tuesday Night Peti
tion .Will Again Be Circulated
Framera Confident of Success.
Douglas. August 23. The large at
tendance last night at the mass meet-
Ing called to further discuss the ques
tion ot Incorporating the town of
Douglas show-3 that the question Is
very much alive In Douglas.
The meeting was larger than tho
one held a week previous and it was
made up mostly of the substantial citi
zens of the town. Men from ev
very part of the city, including those
representing every line of business,
those who own homes and other prop
erty were on hand to give their views
and express their desires in regard to
the establishing of the boundary lines
arcund the territory to be included in
th cltv Government and the large
majority supporting the lines which
were established is sufficient to en
courage those who have undertaken
the work of providing Douglas with a
city government, as a means for the
Teculation and Improvement of condi
tions In Douglas which are becoming
so unsatisfactory,
The meeting last night was presided
over by C. A. Overlock and Mr. Mill
man again acted as secretary.
Tht first nuestion uo for considera
tion was the one as to who would have
a right to vote in the meeting and af
ter some Qiscussion in mm auiereui
views were expressed it was finally
agreed that only those should vote
whose names appear on the current
tax roll.
After this point had been determin
ed a motion was made by C. A. Over
lock that the boundary lines of the
city be considered one line at a time
and this being agreed upon he further
moved that the east line of the muni
cipal government should be the east
line of what is known as the Clawson
tract. On this motion there was no
discussion and It was agreed to unani
mously when the vote was put.
The next line up for consideration
was tne north line. Mr. Kline was
the first tb get the floor and made a
motion that the north line line be one
mile north of the Copper Queen store.
This motion was adopted by Mr. Ad-
amson making the line of the original
Jtcwnslte, on Eighteenth street, the
line of the city. The amendment was
carried and the north line of the
boundary was thereby fixed on Eigh
teenth street.
The establishment of the western
boundary was not so easr-sand In the i
debate which followed the motions for! The Portland people did not enter the
its determination the orator of the j trust and put in a reasonable bid,
everJing was poured forth. The dls-1 which wa3 accepted by the govern
cusslon waa based on a motion made ment. Mr. Talcott represented the
by Mr. Adamson that the west line cf 1 cement company at Washington dur
the city limits be fixed on Railroad 4 ing the time the companies were af-
avenue from its Intersection with
Eighteenth street to the international
J.ne. This motion was amended tak
ing in tho plat of land wet of the rail
road, which called forth a spirited
debate.
Mr. Taylor then offered an amend
ment to Mr. Adamson's motion that
the west line of the city should as
the same as that fixed by the original
petition circulated for Incorporation.
This line includes the depot and then
runs south on railroad avenue 10 tne
international line. This amendment
was accepted by Mr. Adamson and on
the final vote fixing the west boundary
pine tr3le "was but one dissenSlng
"vote.
Thoxc who contended that thu line
KJimiM m further irpct mnio o ramo1
fight and accepted defeat good natur-
edly. Several who voted for the French
amendment had previously declared
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mat wnaiever uie. mass meeting
agreed to Incorporate they would" get
out and work lor, and now It is be
lieved that there will be little if any
further opposition to the incorporation
A committee composed of Judge!
Johnson, C. A. Taylor and A. C. Lock
wood was appointed to circulate the
petition for incorporation. When the
required number of signers have been
secured the chair was instructed to
call another mass meeting at wb'ich
nominations will be made for those
who are to compose the first city coun
cil. On these nominations It is agreed
that an election will be held and those
receiving the Highest number of votes
-will be sent to the board of superris
ors wor appointment as members of
the first council.
a. tatHl before the outlook for ln-
rnnitIon looks verr favorable and
there is hardly a doubt that the com-
Bfttee will be able to secure me mxtr
sary signers to the petlitlon. Of course
there will be those who will continue
their opposition and it is believed that
they will be largely in the minority.
ORE STRIKE.
(Special to Review.)
Douglas. Aug. 24. Passengers ccrn-
ini in from Rodeo last night report
... .v. i. rret excitement there.
ransed by a well founded rumor that
ore has been struck in good quant ties
near paraaise on "" - j-- --- -The
ore is said to be rich in silver
and lead, and the lea?e is wide and
has indications of ber.ng permanent.
Bread War
In Douglas
BAKERS CUT PRICE OF LOAF
FROM TEN TO FIVE
CENTS.
Only One House Stands Pat on the
Old Price Not Expected That the
Reduction Will Hold Good for Ex
tensive Time.
(Special to Rg.Iew.)
Douglas, Aug. 24. There Is a bread
war on in th'.s city. The bakeries are
fighting for trade tooth and nail. Yes
terday the first shot was fired from a
heavy gun, and the price of bread to
the consumer was cut squarely in two.
Ten-cent loaves of bread can now be
bought for five cents, twenty loaves
for a dollar. One bakery refuses to
meet the cut and is holding on to the
original price, the other bakeries are
delivering-the "staff of fcfe"' to any
part of the city at the exceptionally
low price of five cents a loaf for pound
loaves That there is not much profit
in flveent bread can be seen, when
it Is known that today flour In Doug
las co3ts three cents a pound. A3
long as the fight lasts the people will
be gainers; but 5-cent bread Is not
5-cent beer, and the jve-away price
a III not likely hold for many days.
However, bread keeps well In this cli
mate, and the thrifty house wivee3 are
stocking the larder.
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PORTLAND CEMENT
May Be Manufactured in Douglas in
the Near Future.
Douglas, Aug. 24. Geo E. Talcctt,
representing the Portland Cement
company, was In Douglas yesterday
looking the town aver.
He was here sometime ago and yes
terday J'xprejisod great surprise at
the wonderful growth ot the town
since his last visit. After looking
the town over he said that he believed
that a Portland cement factor- would
be a good thing here and he will re
turn to Douglas In a day or so to make
a thorough investigation of the town
and if he finds conditions as he ex
pects, he will recommend to his com
pany that tbey begin operations here.
Mr. Talcott has been at the Tonto
reservoir for some months. The Port
land people are furnishing the cement
for the government to construct the
big dam and at this time 2000 barrels
of cement are arriving at the dam
site every week.
, When the proposition of buildiug
this dam was first made the govern
ment intended to make its own ce
ment, the cement companies said no.
formed a combination to force the
government to buy their cement at a
price war up above its actual worth.
ter the order.
The government is making a filler
cement at the dam, but all the mason
work on the front and" back sides of
the dam are of Portland cement.
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STOLEN HORSES.
Last evening word reached Douglas
that Mr. Taylor, of Silver Creek, who
has a big ranch there, had captured a
Mexican who bad a big bunch of
horses with him which were evidently
stolen animals. The Mexican and
his horses were held by Mr. Taylor,
awaiting the arrival of officers to look
at the brands and see If the horses
answered to the descprlptlon of a
nnmhpr nf horses recenelv stolen from
I the
ranges. Ranger HsopKIns an
Deputy Coffey left last right for Silver
.Creek t0 e a ,ook, at thesf
. horses, and if they are stolen stock
'tho Mptlran Ann tho hnrspa will he
1 the Mexican and the horses will be
brought to Douglas.
Later Officers Coffey and Hopkins
have returned to Douglas from Silver
Creek, and brought wUh them the
Mexican and three horses. One of
the horses was stolen from PirltevIUe,
the other from Bisbee and the third
one is branded H. H. with a quarter
circle. The Mexican, who gave the
name of Antcnio Gonzales, is in jail
and wiill be given a hearing tomor
row. a
OVERALLS AND CALICO.
(Special to Review.)
Douglas, Aug. 24. The Douglas
Baseball club has announced that on
the night of September 17 it will at Ho
tel Queen give a ball unequalled
by any similar social event ever given
in this city. This dance will be known
and advertised as an overalls and cali
co ball, and those who attend It will
be expected to dTess In a manner ap
propriate to the name.
The ball Is being given for the pur
pose of paying an old indebtedness of
the club and should receive the liberal
patronage of the dance loving people
of Douglas.
NEWS OF DOUGLAS CONTINUED
ON PAGE EIGHT.
HURRAH FOR UNCLE SAM H
buy and sells Jewelry, furniture,
musical Instruments, tools, clothing.
fire arms, etc. ,
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1 Branch The Bank of Bisbee, ;!
NACO, ARIZONA
W. H. BROPHY, President M J. OONNINGHAM, Cashier.
J. B. DOUGLAS, Vice-President. ED. M. BLAKE, Manager.
Wa transact a sanaral banilna; bnsiasas nine drafts on all ths priuif J altla
I of the Halted SUUs, lUxieo sod Xarop. Banc
Btsxlaan aumar boosts and sold at prSTalllas
front Corporations. Firms and Iadliirlasjt'
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
L. C. Shattuek, President.
J. M. Muhelm, Vice-President.
J. T. Hood, Cahler.
L. J. Overlock,
Jacob Schmld
Draft on al! parts of tie world.
Mexican money bought and sold and a
general banking business transacted.
A SHARE Or YUOR PATRONAGE
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Justice of the Peace
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Ex-Officio Coroner
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Office Dubacher Build'nsr, Brewery Gulch, Telephone No. 133 o
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f COAL OIL.
1 Was a surprise to the men who lived by candle light, 3
2 and the man who was used to coal oil smoke and g
5 smell side-stepped a little when they wanted him to put 2
in gas. All of these are now o
I Hopelessly Behind the Times
e We would lite to explain to you the many advantages
g and points of superiority of
I ELECTRIC LIGHTS
Over others
! Bisbee Improvement Company
3 Copper Queen Hotel Building. Phone 197,
CLARK'S
Engineering and Assay Office
nine Examinations. Hachinery and
Mill Estimates and Designs
GeveraiaeBt Sarveys ia I Accurate aad Qvick letarmi
Arizona aai Mexico hemical AaaJyses asd Assay
BRANCHES: DOUGLAS. NACO and CANANEA
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Standard Goods
such as
Bradley & Metcalf Shoes
Schilling's Teas,
C C C Flour
Ben Hur Coffee
and the famous Tillman-Bendel brand of family
wines anu liquors. S
LOWELL COMMERCIAL COMPANY 1
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Sullivan Air Compressors & Hoisting Engines
Are the Standard of the World
We carry a complete stock of Air Compressors, Diamond
Drills, Rock Drills and repairs, Hose and Steel
at El Paso, Texas.
The Sullivan Machinery Co.
206 St. Louis Street.
Call on us when in El Paso. You will find us directly
across tne street trom
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BANK
CAPITAL
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SOLICITED.
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the Urndorff Hotel.
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HOT SPRINGS
HOTEL AND SANITARIUM
Kort Thomas, Arizona.
The famous health and p'easure re
sort. Pool, tub and mud baths.
First class accommodations.
LOW RATES
Stage meets all trains. Corres
pondence solicited
ALEXANBER BROTHERS, Props.
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Analytical Chemist and
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BISBEE, ARIZONA.
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HELLER & WRIGHT
ASSAYERS
and
CHEMISTS
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Represent Ore Shippers at Doutflas &
Reduction Works o
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HEREFORD & HAZARD
ATTORNEYS AND
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S TUCSON, ARIZONA-
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P F. E. Hereford S. E. HazzarS $
34t4,"$5Si53
FRANK W. OOODBODT,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Tombstone, Arizona
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F. W. SHELLEY,
Attorneys and Counsellors at
4 Law.
Tucson Bisbee.
ABSTRACTS
DOUGLAS, TOMBSTONE, WILCOX,
BENSON AND NACO.
All orders for abstracts will receive
prompt and careful attention. ,
0. GIBSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
.Tombstone, Arizona...
J. M. O'CONNELL s
S ATTORNEY AT LAW S
Schmld Building 8
BISBEE, ARIZONA. $
FLANNIGAN, FELTOS &
FLANNIGAN.
LAWYERS.
-r Offices: Tombstone, Bisbee and
Douglas.
8'S-Sj'S3J5S3SJ
JAMES S. FIELDER,
5 Att,y-aLaw. Deming, N. M.
$ Practice In the the Courts of
Eastern Arizona Western Tex-
as and Now Mexico.
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DR.H.A.SCHELL,
Eye Specialist
46 N. Stone Av.,
Tucson, Ariz,,
N'eit -sits Blsbm. N'aeo, Dooslaa la April
and A t.
DR. SHINE, M. D.
DR. BRODERICK, M. D
DR DY8ART, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONS.
F. J. HART M. O.
Physicians and
Surgeons
Central House
Phone 149.
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STENOGRAPHER.
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Office with Dlsbee Daily Re-
view. Telephone 39.
CHEAP CASH STORE
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERil.
Fresh f rulta of all kinds received dally
. WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Goods delivered free.
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Rathbone Lode Ha.
10, Knights
Pythias meet txx
'Tuesday erasing U
Pythian Castle. Visit-
lag brothers cordial,
ly invited.
0. X Merritt, K. R. B.
H. W. Atkaa. a a
F. O. E.
BISBEE AERIE NO. 17.
Fraternal Order of Eagles meets er
ery flrat and third Monday, at Pythian
Castle. Visiting Eagles cordially In-
rlted.
II X. DROWN. W. P.
H. 8. H1LLMAN, W. 8.
B. P. O. K.
Bisbee Lodge No.
671 meets First and
Third Friday ot
each month. Vis
iting BTothera
cordially Invited.
W. B. KELLY,
Exalted Ruler.
C.E. Rlnehart,
Secretary.
Bisbee Lodge no. It, L a
O. F., meets erery Wednes
day Tenlnic. Vlaltl" bnu.
era coTdJally lnrited te attend.
J. H. JACK. N. G.
F. C. HENDERSON. Sec.
Eastern Star Lodge
meets second and 4th
Wednesdays in each
month.
Catherine Mulrhead,
Worthy Matron.
Secretary.
Edith Stowe.
Land Mark Chapter No. 2,
R- A. M. Regular convo
cations third Tuesday In
each month. 8:15 p. as.
Visiting companions la
good standing gladly re
ceived.
L. CAVEN. H. p.
J. L. BROWN. Sec
Improved Order of Red
Men, Cochise Tribe N. 7.
1 meet every Thursday
I evening at Prthlan n.
v
Sf tie. Visiting brothers
! ' cordially Invited.
W. J. Hankins, Sachem.
F. C. Fenderson, Chief of Records.
Woodmen of the World meet In Li-"
brary Hall the 3rd Thursday of each
month. All Woodmen are Invited to
attend. J. c. KREIOBAU1T. C. C.
C. M. THOMAS. Clerk.
DEGREE POCAHONTAS.
Improved Orde: ,! Red Men, Minne
haha Council No. 3, meets second and
fourth Thursdays of each month at
Pythian Castle, on Pythian Avenue.
Visiting members cordially invited.
NETTIE LEONARD,
Pocahontas.
Phoebe Corning,
Keeper of'Records.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
YEOMEN.
Richard the First Homestead-' No.
835 will meet the second and Fourth
FridaT of each month, at Pythian Cas
Ue. E. M'EACHERN.
Foreman.
DR. F. J. HARVEY, Correspondent.
MRS. A. M. BARRETT, Deputy.
INTERNATIONAL UNDER-
TAKING PARLORS.
Embalming a Specialty J
Robert Eennessy, Manager.
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Arizona and Colorado Railroad.
Train No. 1.
Leaves Cocklse for Peart 9 4:10 p. ra,
Leares Pearce for Cochise 5 p. ra.
Effective Sunday, Nor. 1st, 1903.
B. A. M'FARLAND..
Assistant General Manager
ARIZONA & COLORADO R. R. ,
TRAIN NO. 1.
Leave Cochise, 9:30 a. m.; arrive
Pearce, 10:25 a. m-
TRAIN NO. 2.
Leaves Pearce 7: 15 a. m ; arrives
Cochise 8:40 a, m.
URIC ACID
In the blood causes Rheli
matism.Sciatica.Lumbago, Neuralgia and Gout. You
an remove the cause by
wearing one of our
REX
RHEUMATIC
RINGS
Manufacture! trt! Rex Rhmraatte
Ring Co., Hartford. Connecticut.
Pmcc $2.00 Soid Br
C. M. HENKEL,
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