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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA. 8ATURDAV MORNING. AUGUST 27, 1904.
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I .'. NEWS Or DOUGLAS . .
X Daily Report of Importance
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INCORPORATION
DOUGLAS INTERNATIONAL-AMERI.
CAN BEING COMPLIMENTED
FOR ITS EFFORTS FOR
CITY GOVERNMENT.
Douglas, Aug. 26. The movement In
this city to provide Douglas with a
city government is attracting favorable
attention and commendation from
those who own property here but lle
in other states. The International
American is in receipt of a letter from
Capt. J. W. Sansom, of San Antonio,
Texas, who was a visitor In Douglas
last year and Invested In property here.
Mr. Sansom says in his letter: "I
see you .are doing excellent work in the
effort to provide Douglas with a city
Wnr ritv Triii rpmain I
government.
far In the background, so far as satis-
factory and good government is con-
cerned, uajil you get Douglas 5ncorpo-j
rated, and I hope the work you and
the progressive citizens are doing will
be crowned with success
"When y
i-m, hi 1,,,,-.!,,, ,-'
city, then keep up the good work by
StaTUnir the DroDOSltion to treat a'
proposition to create a
new county with the county seat at
Douglas. I heard some such talk
when I wa3 in your d.ty, and I believe
It is feasible, and advisable from Ihe
standpoint of economy and better con
dition for all the people now included
in Cochise county. Bisbee should
favor such a proposition, and I hope to
see the matter taken'
day."
Up at an early1
DOUGLAS SHORT ITEMS.
(Special Correspondence.)
Joe Swartz, who recently sold
out
his plumbing business In this city, left
this morning for Cananea.
Harry Overlock expects to leave on
the first of the month for Los Angeles
where hehas accepted a position.
Walter" Johnson, one of the time
keepers at the Copper Queen smelter,
will leave in a few days to visit his
home in Indiana.
The local baseball team will practice
tonighL Every ball tosser in the or
ganization is expected to be on hand to
Set the finishing touches for Sunday's
game.
This morning No. 3, the old com
pound engine, came-out of the shops
looking like a brand new locomotive
and was hooked onto the train bound
for Benson.
Win. Lutley returned to this city last
night from the San Juan mine where
he is developing. He is nevv running
a drift on the sixty foot level which is
in ore.
It i3 reported in this city that a cop
per property, adjoining the Clark
group, is to be developed on a large
scale, and that the owners who are
mostly eastern people are intending to
Install a plant of machinery very soon.
People coming into this city from
the lower Sonora country report thai
a large number of Mexicans are placer
ing at Vladesa. and are taking out con
siderable gold dust which is being
bought by American traders.
Those who are circulating the peti
tion for the incorporation of Douglas
are meeting with little opposition, and
have no doubt of their ability to secure
the required two-tbhrds of the tax
payers. Whenever the petitions for
incorporation receive the necessary
twothirds a city government wtU prac
tically be an accomplished fact; with
out the signatures of twothirds of the
taxable (inhabitants the city can not
be incorporated.
F. A. Sutter has asplrantions to rep
resent Cochise county in the next coun
cil, but Hon. Steve Roemer has many
strong friends In Bisbee who believe
that his past record as a legislator for
this county entitles blm to promotion
xo the council.
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PARADISE STRIKE.
(Special to Review.)
Douglas, Aug. 26. A letter from a
Insiness man In Paradise was received'
in thU city yesterday, and states that
.great excitement prerails tin that camp
over the recent ore strike. The shatt
is four by six. and is in ore twenty
feet The ore carries thirty-nine per
cent lead and seven per cent copper.
The first report that was sent out cred
ited the strike with ten feet, but an ex
pert who has vli.ted the property re
Torts twenty feet of ore and no walls.
Over sixty men have visited the shaft,
and location blanks are at a premium
In Paradise. The strike has given the
town new life, and the recent boom has
reopened and another rush of property
seekers is expected.
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ATTEMPT AT MURDER.
An attempt to murder was made In
Pirtled-He night before last Two
Mexicans became engagea in a fight,
aah one of them drew a big knife and
made a vicioas lunge at his opponent
The knife point caught the unarmed
Kexlcan nnder the right temple and
jwged down the side of his lace lay
tag his cheek wide open- Officer Dav
is, hearing the sounds of the fight, was
coming toward the two men Just as
the knife Hashed through the air. The
araed hombre, seeing the officer, ran
asd succeeded in making good his es
cape, although the officer fired two
shots at him. The wounded man, up
ob being questioned, refused to give
the name of the man who tried to kSU
ska. 1
Unas
Douglas Express
Business Growing
E. P. & S. W. COMPELLED TO ADD
ANOTHER CAR TO ACCOMMO
DATE THE CONSTANTLY
GROWING VOLUME.
Douglas, Aug. 26. The amount of
express business en the E. P. & S. W.
railroad Is greater than ever before,
and to handle It has necessitated put
ting on another express car which will
be used exclusively for bringing the ex
press consigned to Bisbee from Ben
son. This Bisbee express car will
make its first trip today.
onductor Purceli stated last night
tnat tne business of handling the ex-
Press n his run had grown to such
Proportions that it was impossible for
I him to handle it and make time Jn
get-
"ns oter me roaa. lesieraay ne
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103aea al siauoa neariy iour
jtons of express for Bisbee, consisting
of all manner of vegetables and fruit;
- required more man thirty minutes to
""""" "": c-ncas ai dbot, auu aa a
result Us train was twenty-five min
utes late in reaching iwuglas. Here
after the express car will set out at
Bisbee and be unloaded by the agent
there.
The express for Douglas Is also largo,
but it can be handled without loss of
time by the train, as the unloading
tf L u utr uuue aner iuc i.am uas
maue us lime.
Work Train Back.
The work tntn on the E. P. & S. W.
yesterday finished the work it has been
doing on the Tombstone branch since
the recent damage to that line by
washouts. It returned to Douglas to
day. The train Is In charge of Con
ductor Rowe. The cerw on this train
is an efficient one, and the Tombstone
branch was put in first class condition.
Pile Driver Outfit.
Today the pile driver outfit of the
railroad began work at Charleston to
repair flood damage to the line in that
vicinity. The banks of the San Pedro
caved in until the track is dangerously
near the brink. At these places the
banks of the river are to be rip-rapped
with heavy rock. To lift tils rock in
place the pile driver derrick will be
used.
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EX-DEPUTY WANTED.
Posed as Officer, Collected Fines and
Skipped.
(Special to Review.)
Douglas, Aug. 26. John Scott, the
erstwhtle deputy sheriff, whose com
mission was taken from him seme
ime ago by Sheriff Lewis, has left for
parts unknown. He was recently
arrested for gun packing and was to
"appear tn court at a certain time
last Monday to answer to a charge cf
packing a gun. He failed to come to
court Monday and it was found that
he was over the line out of harm's
way, hanging around Agua Prieta. Up
on investigation It was found that
Scott bad collected fines and bad
pocketed the money, while posing in
F'.rtleville as an officer after his com
mission had been called in. In the
eyes of the law this crime Is extra
ditable and it was planned by the lo
cal officers to have Scott arrested in
Agua Prieta and bring him back to
Douglas to answer to both charges
gun parting and obtaining money un
der false pretences.
In some way Scott found out what
was going on and shook the dust of
Agua Prieta from its feet and left for
other parts .
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If yon haTe anything to Exchange
advertise it In the classified col-
nmss of the Review.
' NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of George C. Walker, deceat-
el
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed. Administratrix of tho Estate
cf George C. Walker, deceased, to the
creditors cf and all persons having
clalmc against the said estate, to ex
hibit them, with the necessary vouch
ers, within four months after the first
publication of this notice, to the said
Hay E. Walker, at the office of M
J. Brown, Bisbee, Arizona, the same
being the place for the transaction ol
business of said estate, In said Coun
ty of Cochise.
MAT E. WALKER,
Administrator of the Estate of George
C. Walker. Deceased.
Dated Bisbee, A. T., this 28th day of
July, 1904.
First publication July 23.
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FOUND
AT LAST
Tee best place in town to
dine, sup, or breakfast. It's
The Delmonico Cafe
Next to the Auditorium
Fisher and Creel, Props.
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Branch The Bank of Bisbee;
NACO, ARIZONA
W. H. BROPHY, PrMldmt, M J. OUNN1NGHAM, Cashtr.
J. S. DOUGLAS, Vica-PrMldtnt. ED. M. BLAKE, Manager.
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Ct tht Ualttd SUWt, staxiM and Xttropt, Hot
Mulcaa money booht and old rt pranUUc
froa Corporation. Firmi and IndlrUcalJ
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
L. C. Shattuck, President
J. M. Muhelm, VIce-PrealdenL
J. T. Hood, Cashier.
L. J. Overlock,
Jacob Schmld
Drafts on all parts of tka world.
Mexican money bought and sold and a
general banking business transacted.
A SHARE Or YUOR PATRONAGE
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Chas. A, McDonald
Justice of the Peace
Notary Public
Ex-Officio Coroner
Office Dubacher Build'nc Brewery Gulch. Telephone No. 133
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Was a surprise to the men who lived by candle light,
and the man who was used to coal oil smoke and
smell side-stepped a little when they wanted him to put
in g-5. All of these are now
Hopelessly Behind the Times
We would like to explain to you the many advantages
and points of superiority of
ELECTRIC LIGHTS
Over others
Bisbee Improvement Company
Copper Queen Hotel Building. Phone 197,
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CLARK'S
Engineering and Assay Office
fline Examinations, Hachinery and
Mill Estimates and Designs
Government Sarveys is I Accurate and Quick Retvrai
Arizoaa and Mexico hemical Analyses and Assay
BRANCHES: DOUGLAS. NACO and CANANEA
2 We carry
Standard Goods
such as
Bradley & Metcalf Shoes
Schilling's Teas,
C C C Flour
Ben Hur Coffee g
and the famous Tillman-Bendel brand of family
wines and liquors. Sg
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.
20G St. Louis Street.
Call on us when in El Paso.
across the street from
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First class accommodations. S
LCA RATES
Stije meets all trains. Corres- g
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ALEXANDER BROTHERS. Props.
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D. X. Ueller U. J. Wright
HELLER & WRIGHT!
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and CHEMISTS
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Douglaa, . . Arizona
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J TUCSON. ARIZONA
S Agents for Land Script
S F. E. Hereford S. E. Hazzaru S
FRANK W. GOODBODT,
ATTORNBT-AT-LAW,
Tombstone, Arizona
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HERRING & SORIN,
F. W. SHELLEY,
Attorneys and Counsellors at
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...
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ATTORNEY AT LAW S
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FLANNIGAN.
LAWYERS.
Offices: Tombstone, Bisbee and
Douglas.
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JAMES S. FIELDER, S
; Att'y-at-Law. Demlng, N. M. 3
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Eastern Arizona Western Tex-
as and New Mexico.
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v DENTIST
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s. omce. Phone 68.
DR.H.n-SCHELL,
Eye Specialist
46 N. Stone Av.,
Tucson, Ariz,,
BUbee. N'aco, Coaslu la April
DR. SHINE, M. D.
DR. BRODERICK, M. D
DR DYSART, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONS.
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Physicians and
Surgeons
Central House
Phone 149.
Main St.
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view. Telephone 39.
CHEAP CASH STORE
CHOICE TAMILY GROCERIES.
Fresh fruit of U hinds received dallj
WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Goods dellvtred fra.
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Rathbone Lode N.
10, Knigkts of
Pythias meets rrerj
-Tuesday erenlnj la
Pythian Castle. Visit
Ins brothers cordial
ly inTlted.
B. H Merritt, K. R. B.
H. W. Alkem. a O.
F. O. E,
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BISBEE AERIE NO". 171. "1
Fraternal Order of Eagles meets ey
ery flr3t and tmlrd Monday, at Pytklan
Castle.
Visiung Eagles cordially In-
TlUd.
X SHOWN, W. P.
H. 8. HILBMAN, W. 8.
B. P. O. EL
Bisbee Lodge No.
671 meets First and
Third Friday of
eack month. Vis
iting Brothers
cordially invited.
W. B. KELLY,
Exalted Ruler.
CE. Rlnehart,
Secretary.
Bisbee Lodge no. it. I OL
O. F., meets tt Weda.es
Cay ereulnr. visitta irtk.
r cordially Invited te attend.
J. H. JACK. N. G.
F. 0. IfENDERSON. B.
Eastern Star Lodge
meets second and 4th
Wednesdays In eack
month.
Catherine Muirhead,
Worthy Matron.
Secretary.
Edith Stowe,
Land Mark Chapter No. Z,
R- A. M. Regular convo
cations third Tuesday in
each month. 8:15. p. a.
Visiting companions la
good standing gladly re
ceived.
C. L, CAVEN. H. P.
J. L. BROWN. Sec
Improved Order of Red
Men, Cochise Tribe N. 7.
I meet every Thursday
evening at Pvthinn n.
' tie. VIslUng brother.
cordla.11?- invito,!
W. J. Hanklns, Sachem.
F. C. Fenderson, Chief of Records.
Woodmen of the WnrlH mu i r.i.
brary HaU the 3rd Thursday of each
month. All Woodmen are Invited to
attend. J. c. KREIGBAUM. C. C.
C. M. THOMAS. Clerk.
DEGREE POCAHONTAS.
Improved Order of 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.
S35 will meet the second and Fourth
Friday of each month, at Pythian Cas-Ue-
E. M'EACHERN.
Foreman.
DR. F. J. HARVEY. Correspondent.
MRS. A. M. BARRETT, Deputy.
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INTERNATIONAL UNDER-
TAKING PARLORS.
Embalming a Specialty J
Robert Esnnessr, Manager.
'Phone IS.
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Arizona and Colorado Railroad.
Train No. 1.
Leaves Cochise for Pearce 4:10 p. ra.
Leaves Pearce for Cochlae 5 p. ra.
Effective Sunday, Nov. 1st, 1903.
R A. M'FARLAND.
Assistant General Manage
ARIZONA &. COLORADO R. R.
TRAIN NO. 1.
Leave Cochise, 0:30 a. m.; arrive
Pearce, 10:25 a. m.
TRAIN NO. 2.
Leaves Pearce 7: 15 a. m ; arrives
Cochlso 8:40 a. m.
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