THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1906.
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Eastern Syndicates Are Tak
ing Hold of Properties of
Promise Situate in Yavapai
Niagara and Copper Penny
Are Under Bond and Gener
ally Speaking a Wave of
In the opinion of John H. Hise, a
ruining engineer of many years' ex
perience In many of the principal min
ing camps of the west, the Copper
creek and Boulder sections are des
tined within the next few years to
b among tho leading copper produc
ing camps of the entire territory.
Speaking of the future prospects of
that locality he said: "Being isolated
from railroad transportation, these
districts have until lately attracted
bur little attention until the large cop
l.er mining syndicates of the east
Uklng cognizance of the fact that
Arizona was bound in a short time to
be the leading copper producing state
of the west, became anxious to get
control of some of the Jmmense and
undeveloped deposits, arid sent repre
sentatives Into this r!mote region,
who, recognizing its -treat mineral
worth, gave good reports of its fu
ture mineral possibilities with scien
tific development. ,
"As a result "of thl visits of the
mining engineers emjlloyed by these
syndicates, the American Mining and
Exploration company which Is com
posed of some of thil leading capital
ists and the wealthiest men in the
.country, bas secured linn Ha n ,
Copper Penny, the Niacra. and nthpr
biuups ot mines, Dsldes a number of 1
urni goon prosperfts, and are now en
feed In making Preparations for the
!""uuu w txijwuive pians or devel
pment on a acale so immense that
s importance can b harriiv reniWoH
fey those whuare Interested in the rle-
IeKiStnentf the country.
h "Another large concern has nlsn rp-
sturea a Dona on the Lawler group of 1
. vtijiper creeK, ana the development, of
tucse mines is now under way.
'The irinerallzed zone of the Cop
per creek district covers a belt about
six miles in length and about three
miles In width. It appears to be a
country of great upheavals in azes
gone oy, with no particular trend of
ormatlon.. J.aim .)i..i nr -in.v. -
slate and iron follow the ranite" and"
pcrpbyry contacts, in which veinlets I
"L"' Dcu?We of PPer. and
faiej. copper occur irom one to twelve
Inches In thickness, carrying good val
ues. the oxides disappearing as depth
"A number of camps are li opera
tion In the Eoulder creek section,
which Is almost similar In formation
to that of the Copper creek locality."
These districts are situate about 2S
miles in a northeasterly direction from
Hillside station on tho S. F. P. & P..
lit theEureka mining district, which
lias long enjoyed a reputation for
immense and valuable mineral depos
its, but the development of which has
been retarded by the lack of trans
portation facilities. Outside of this
drawback the place is admirably sit
uated for mining operations, water
feeing plentiful in the dreeks and
streams traversing the. country.
Mr. Hlse left yesterday for his min
ing camp after a visit to Prescott of
several days. "-
NEW RAILROAD FOR
The Review-Is in possession of re
liable Information that the Santa Fo
company is now having made a survey
that means there wlll probably- ne
a r.ew railroad In norther Arizona that
not only will open up a fine mieral
ad grazlg coutry but will change the
raain Urn of the Santa Fe for a few
hiwdred miles doing away win the
long .and tiring grades In northwest
' era Arizona. r
The surveying party Is pushig Its
way In a- southeasterly direction and
the proposed route will leave the San
ta Fe.'P-escott & Phoenix at Banghart,
touching Sfmson In -the "TCTHiamsnn
valley ad following the streams'-that
dip Id. a southeastern direction to the
Taking a small creek that springs
up Just west of the Williamson valley
the road will follow this to the Rio
Santa Maria to where that stream
pours Its waters Into- Bill Williams
Foik. Bill Williams Fork will be fol
lowed to the valley of the Colorado
and then the road will cut straight
across That level stretch of country
leaving the Bill Wlliams. and going
straight to Parker on the Colorado.
That is the point which the Arizona
fir Colorado, another of the Santa Fe
lines, reaches. It pushes west from
Wlckenbnrg and while It has a much
acre mountaneous section to work
through It Is being ripldly built and
will probably be In operation to ths
Colorado some time in 1907.
At Parker a bridge will span the
Colorado and from there a way will
be picked jthrougb the mountain
passes to Slam on the main line The
lino from Wickenburg will give this
section a more direct route to north
cm Arizona than the Santa Fe now
possesses while the other will glvs
the Santa Fe system an easy grade
from Siam to Ash Fork
Tho section of tho country to be
traverser; from Bapshart is not a nw,
country from a mining standpoint as it
has bee prospected quite freely ami is
has been prospected quite freely and
Is known to be richly mineralized.
The Santa Maria valley and the BUI
Williams valley are both fertile and
tho country which Is now sparsely set
tled because of the lack of transpor
tation will be come one of the ell set
tled sections of Arizona. The ranges
there are cood and ara al-eidjr oc
cupied by many herds that will in
ci ease with the Los AngJl's f.arl'et
made so handy to them.
Market reports says that turkeys
will be "plentiful and of fine quality"
whic Is surely matter for thanksgiv
ing. A PROCLAMATION.
By the Governor of Arizona.
Of an Order for an Election for Voting
for Delegates to a Proposed Conven
tion for the Formation of a Consti
tution for the Proposed State of
Arizona to be Composed of New
Mexico and Arizona as now Con
stituted, and to Vote Upon the Ques.
tion of the proposed Jointure.
To the Qualified Electors r,r the Terl-
tory of Arizona, and to "Whomsoever
Else It may Concern:
KNOW YE: That heretofore, to
wlt: on the fourteenth day of July.
1?0C, by virtue and direction of. and In
accordance with, the provisions of an
act of Congress entitled:
"An Act To enable the people of
Oklahoma and e Indian Territory
to form a cohstitVion and State gov
ernment and be admitted Into the
Union on an equal footing with the
original States; nnd to enable the peo
ple of New Mexico and of Arizona to
form a constitution" and State gov
ernment nnd be admitted into the
Union on an equal footing with the
or'glnal States,' approved June 1C,
the Governor, the Chief Justice, ana
ihe Secretary of the Territory of Ari
zona apportioned the 44 delegates
proposed under the provisions of said
act of Contrress to be elected from
Arizona who, tosether with the C6
delegates proposed to be elected from
New Mexico, may constitute a fon-
.vontion for said Territories of New
Mexico and Arizona to form a consti
tution for the proposed State of Ari
zona, amonc the several counties of
Arizona rs follows:
To Apache county 1 delegate
To Cochise countv S ".elegates
Tn Coconino county 2 delegates
To Olla. coun'y 3 delegates
To Graham countv 5 delegates
io -ancopa county
. 8 delegates
To Mohave county 1 delegate
To Naajo county 1 delegate
To Pima county 4 delegates
To Pinal county 1 delegate
To Santa Cruz county.... 1 delegate
To Yavapai county 7 delegates
To Yuma county 2 delegates
AND KNOW YE FURTHER by this
PTOCinTrratlowrTHat under the au
thorIly and ty the direction, of the
V"v,sloliS sald act of Congress. It
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and Is now by this Proclamation, or
dered: That at the general election to
be held in the said Territory of Ari
zona on the Cth day of November.
106. the said Delegates apportioned
to the said convention as aforesaid.
shall be voted for by the electors
qualified to vote at said general elec
tion, In the said several counties.
And it is further ordered: That
there shall also bo submitted to the
ouallSed electors at said general elec
tion, a tjuestion which shall be stated
on the 3ame ballots on which the
names of candidates for Delegates to
the convention aforesaid are printed
in substance nnd form as follows:
"Shall Arizona and New Mexico be
united to form one State?"
".... Yes." ".... No."
Electors desiring to vote In the af-
firmatlvo of that question shall -place
a cro3S mark In the souare to the left
of the word "Yes:" and those desir
ing to vote In the negative shall place
a cross mark In the square to tne leit
of the word "No" In the form above
Such election shall be conducted In
all respects "as prescribed by the laws
of the said Territory of Arizona gov
erning; seneral elections.
The preturns of said election for
Delegates to the proposed constitution
al convention shall be made, and the
certificates ef persons elected thereto
issued, as near asmay be In the same
manner as 'is prescribed by the laws
of the TerriVrr of Arizona regulating
tea, e!ecUon3therein of members of
tsie Legislative Assembly of said Ter
ritory, and as Is further prescribed by
sild ?ct of Congress.
And the' result, of the said election
upen tho cuestlon above directed to
he submitted to the electors at said
election shall be ascertained, returned.
amfJdulr certified,- as nearly as it is
practicable to be done. In the manner
nr scribed by the laws of this Terrl
tfiry for the ascertainment, retuni and
certification of tne results oi tne elec
tion for Delegate to Congress, and as
further prescribed by said act of Con
gress. And the several precinct, county and
Tetrltorial officers In the Territory
who are charged by law with any
duties relating to general elections
are, so far as those duties are applic
able to the election hereby ordered,
and not Inconsistent with said act of
Congress, likewise charged with the
performance thereof in respect to this
election: and in addition thereto, such
other duties in respect thereto as are
prescribed by the provisions of said
act of Consress.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I, JOSEPH
..H. KIBBEY, Governor of Arizona,
have hereunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of the Terri
tory to be affixed. Done at Phoenix,
the Capital, this .fourteenth day of
July, A. D. 1906.
(Seal) JOSEPH H. KIBBEY.
By the Governor.
W. F. NICHOLS, Secretary of tho Ter
ritory of Arizona.
HOPELESSLY BEHIND THE TIMES
We Would Like to Explain to You the Many Advantage and Point
of Superiority of
Bisbee Improvement Company
B. I. Company Building. Phone 197.
E. A. TOVREA & CO.
FIBERED .AND UNFIBERED
Douglas Cast Stone Co.
W. M. ADAMSON. Manager.
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: J. B, ANGIUS
family Liquors', Vegetables,
Coffees and Canned Goods,
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Tlgre, $4.00 and $4.60 gold per day.
Address C. B. Strachan, Mill Supt,
Ei Tigre Mine, Sonora, Mexico.
WANTED Clean cotton rags at Re
view office at once.
VANTED Watcn repairing Guaran
teed work. Turner, 41 1-2 Main st.
WANTED Clean cotton rag3 at Re
view office at once.
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at the
Grand View Hotel. Mrs. W. B.
FOR RENT Two large front rooms,
furnished.. Call at.Keview office.
FIVE ROOM HOUSE for rent. Tomb
stone Canyon, opposite Warren
LADY STENOGRAPHER and type
writer wants permanent position
with reliable firm; reference. Ad
dress, Stenographer, Box 23.
DCNT WORRY. Get the money you
need from Turner. 41-2 Main st.
(Next to "The Lobby.")
WE MAKE ,- 5PSIALTY-Or-reit-
log nouses. Also here some snap
In houses and lots,-cash anC easy
payments, J.'E. Thompson Co. ' '
BROKE? See Turner. Money to loan
41-2 Main street (Next to "The
IF YOU WISH To buy, sell or rent
a bonse, see us. We drive you to
the property J. E. Thompson Co
HOTEL LA RITA The best In
Tombstone for the traveling man.
Large and cool roorc3. Jas. Herren,
Dr. Henry Churchill King, the Ober
lin lecturer who said th3 other day
that the idea that you can love only
one person at a time Is nonsense,
was at last accounts still living. We
will bet he is either a bachelor or
a widower. Pittsburg Press.
64 MAIN ST
For Spring Chickens.
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 gas, All
of these are now
Pleasing the Public
That's our business, and for that
reason we have markets in differ
ent parts of tho city. One on
Brewery Ave., one on Main St., and
one at Lowell.
The same quality and same
service at each place.
Also make Hollow Concrete
Building Blocks, Door and Win
dow heads. Sills, Belt Courses,
We handle Portland Cement,
Hydrated Lime, Metal Lath,
Fiber and sand.
For particulars, prices, freight
rates, etc., address
DOUGLAS CAST STONE CO.,
kk . . . . v. n . . . k .
Fruits, Best Brands of Teas,
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j The Border Vidette of Nogales an-
has been converted; has thrown off
the sinful yoke of Joint statehood, and
is basking in the sunshine of a clea
eoMclence and the good wishes of
his fellow men. The Vidette says Mr.
O'Keefe does not want Joint state
hood, at least until Arizona's popula
tion predominates and long before
that time Arizona will be a single
state. This news if true, is of the
most glorious kind, for a few months
ago Mr. O'Keefe was one of the very
few real Jolntlsts who had the temer
ity to plead guilty. Personally, he is
a fine fellow, but on the statehood
question he was one of the biggest
sinners In th r-'Th and tti news
that he has seen the error of his ways
before it wai e"rlast nely too latev
ougnt to enve a nuirber oi nis rormer
associates to tbp stool of repentance.
Our friend. Cot O'Krefe of Santa
Cruz, is reported o Five abandoned
his Jointure friends, and to have come
over to the side of aiti-Joint state
hood. All men rr Table to err, but
some are so constituted that they do
not remain In error long enouch Tto
sustain serious injury. Mr. O'Keefe
appears to be of this happy class. A
Nogales paper intimates that Mr.
OTCeefe's change of heart Dears a
relation to his candidacy for the of
ti-;e of sheriff of Panta Cruz. Those
who know Mr, O'Keefe will not Re
lieve that he would be Influenced by
that kind-of- a consideration. T
The jficident, .however, serves' to
.bring up the subject of a qualification
of candidates for couitrnCices in this
territory this fall, we nave nunerto
alluded io this matter and there will
be later'arid- frequent allusions to it
throughout the territory before all the
county conventidns have been held.
We think there will be a pretty
general conclusion that there will be
no room on either any republican or
democratic county ticket for a friend
of Jointure. The subject of statehood
Is bound to be the overshadowing fea
ture of the campaign. Every candi
date, whatever may be his success In
securing by his personal popularity
the support of convention delegates
will be carefully measured before No
vember G by his relation to the join
ture question. Personal popularity or
loyalty to party In former years will
not avail him when the voters deter
mine to swamp Jointure. Everything,
including candidates with jointure or
doubtful tendencies will certainly go
down with It, whatever their other
qualifications jnay be.
The folly of needlessly weighting
a party ticket witn a nanaicap wm
doubtless be apparent to all the con
tentions of both parties. Arizona Re
"Uncle Joe'' Cannon's boom Is to
be set off at Watseka In August
the month of Meteors.
F. J. HART, M. D.
F. C. DIVER, M. D
Physicians and Surgeons
Allan Bldg. Phono 149
Dr. Hart's Hourn S to 10 a. rn. 2
to 4 p.m. and 7 to 8 p. m.
Dr. Diver's Hours: IO to 12 a. m
to 3 p. m. and S to 6 p. m.
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Mining Properties or
Stocks Request offerings cf
R. B. H1GBEE.
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ST. PAUL, MINN
IN THE -PROBATE COURT of the
' County of Cochise, Territory of Ari
zona: " "
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
In the matter of thS' estate of
Thomas S. AVateh.-deceased.
Notico,!s hereby given that J. J,
Valsh, administrator of the-. estate of
Thomas- S Walsh, deceased, has filed
pnr-thls court his Final Account and
Petition praying that the residue of
said estate bo distributed to the heirs
of said deceased, and that the same
will be heard on Tuesday, the Tth day
fof August, A. D. 190C. at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon of said day. at the
courtroom of said court. In Tomb
stone. County of Cpchise. Territory
of Arizona, and all persons Interested
in said estate are notified then and
there to appear and show cause, if
anv they have, why the prayer of
said petitioner should not be granted.
Dated July 24th, 190G.
J. E. JAMES. Clerk.
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Owen E. Murphy
Justice of the Peace, Noary Public, Ex-Officio
Coroner for Precinct No. 2
Office O. Ii. St. near Railroad Avenue
Telepksaa Ne. 27!
CONSUL POOH P00HS
THE TROUBLE RUMORS
Acting Mexican Consul A. M. Co
rona is one person well informed on
conditions In Mexico who appears to
tako little stock in the reports which
are reaching the United States from
all points in Mexico, that September
16 would witness an uprising of Mex
icans against foreigners. He aUo
says the statement that Governor
Ysabel and tho governors of other
states in Mexico have been called to
the capital city to consult with Prss
ldent Diaz about the alleged impend
ing uprising Is untrue. Says Mr. Co
rona: "The visit of the Mexican novernors
to the City of Mexico has no siglntt
cance, for once a year they go to the
capital to consult with the president
on general matters. The present visit
of Governor Ysabel Is his regular an
nual trip nothing more and has no
connection with the reported auti
"The recent trouble at Cananea, if
traced down to Its true origin, would
be found to have been caused by med
dling Americans. Left to themselves
tho Mexicans are harmless. t Ambl
tlonless, all they care for is their beans
and tequila. The slightest disorder
among those of the lower class can he
quelled, by the uplifting of a hand by
a person of superior station. But let
one of their own class step In and ec-
deivor to pacify them their disorder
will Increase. They are an easy 'Deo
ple to govern and trouble is easily
put down "
Chicago laborltes are to have a
"union" cemetery. Doubtless every
corpse will be reculred to show a
union label or be refused resurrestlon
on the great day. Los Angeles Herald
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Music each Evening
Located in the basement of tin
Is the nicest, cleanest, coolest
place In town to eaL
VISIT THE EDELWEISE.
I. W. Wallace
Music and Music Books, Musical
Instruments and Phonograph
'Agency. Music teachers' head
quarters. Leave orders for In
struction, violin, and piano.
Opposite Y. M. C. A.
M. A. SCHBL1
rxt visits Bis
bee, Naco and
Do ugl as in
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A MODEL LAVATORY
is a marvel of beauty and comfort.
We handle only the best material
and guarantee ocr wurk.
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THE OfilCCUl SCHOOL lnttme.
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Recocnlied by courts and edocaton.
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save money by so simple a method.
Just get our prices on Screen doors
Window ssreens Roofing Hardware
Paints and Wall Paper.
BISBEE PLUMBING COMPANY
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VoSL- 4 Visiting companions U
S good standing giodly re
JAMES G. COWEN. H. P.
J. L. BROWN. Sec
Eastern Scar Lodge
meets second and fourth
Wednesdays In e&cK
MRS. MINNIE BECK-
EDITH STOW, Secretary.
Bisbee lodge No. 10, L O.
O. F., meets every Mon
day evening at Opera
House Hall. Visiting brethren cor
dially Invited to attend
J. A- CI ARK. N. O.
F. C. FENDERSON, S Be.
I. O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening IC
of P. Hall. AH visiting Redmen wet
R. H. CAMPBELL,
F. C. FENDERSON, C. of P.
PERFECT ASH R LODGE
. No. 12, .V &"A M,meets
first T. Srsday of each
.Vlsitlne' brethren cordlallv
Javited to attend. -?,
' CEAS. HOLQTJIST. W.M
J. a BROWN, Secretary.
Rathbone Lodge No
10, Knights ofPy.
thlas meets every ,
luesaay evening la
the Pythian" Castle.
J. C. KRE1GBATJM, X. of 3L g.
D. PLAYFAIR, C. C.
BISBEE AERIE NO. 175
Fraternal Order of Bagles meets in
Meet every first and third Monday
In the month.
LEE VON HAGEN. W. P.
H. S. HILLMAN. W. S.
B. P. O. E.
Bisbee Lodge. No. 671 meets first
and third Friday of eacr month. Visit
ing Brothers cordially InvlUd.
E. W. briEQS,
O. H. CAMPBELL. Secretary.
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