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COC&ISB BEV1EW : SATURDAY EVENING. DECEM13EK I. 11)00
Published Every Saturday ba
W. B. KELLY, Editor.
ISnteret' at the Postofflco at Bisbee,
Ariz., as second-class mail matter.
Advertisin g rates will be made known
on application to this office. Legal pub
lications in conformity with Territorial
Statutes. Reading; notices, 10 cents a
Mne for each insertion.
Communications relating to news or
editorial matter should be addressed to
Editor Cocuisb Review .
. All remittances and business letters
etc., should be addressed toTuK BrerntB
BISBEE, ARIZ., DEC. 1, 1900.
Mohave . .
".. J. b". Vlnley. Democrat
K, S. Ives uoraoiTm
George P. Blair. .Democrat
, ..H T.Andrews... Demoorat
.C. M. Shannon .Democrat
..Colin Campbell Republloan
..S. B Claypjol Democrat
..M. G.Burns . .Democrat
...M.J.Rlordan ...Hopub oan
..O.C. Warner. Republloan
.F S.Perkins .Republloan
,-P P. Parker
J P Ivy
. B. A. Fowler.
... .Joe Corbett
O. L Geer
W W Wnrfl
Pima....- . .
T. B 'Campbell...
.Kean St unarie
..James waiin.. ..
, W. J MorKau....
..Richard Gibson .
..Jessie Crouoh ....
... J. Ilams
..H, M. Woods ...
. ...A H Noon
. C L Houston.
Cungiessmuu . ..J.I. Wilson Prescott
Governor N. O. Murphy
Secretary C. H. Akers
Auditor .0. W. VICKERS.. .
Treasurer.. . T. W. Pemberton .
Attorney Gen C.T Alnsworth
AdJ Gen U. V Robinson
Sunt, of School R. L. Lome
Judiciary Department Suthemk coubt.
Chief J ustlce ... Webster Street. .Phoenix
Asso. Justice . .R. K. Sloan ... ....Prescott
Asso. Justice V. M. Doau Floreuce
Asso. Justice G.R.Davis Tucson
Clerk Thomas Grindell .. Phjenix
U. S. Marshal W. M. Griffith Tucson
U. 8 Dlst. Atty .R. E Morrision... Prescott
Clerk Dlst Court W C Foster Phconlx
Iu assuming management of the .RE-fl
view the present owner does sp'wlth
the main idea of giving to the people of
Bisbee and surrounding country a
NEWS-paper in the true sense. This
paper In the future will not come under
the head of an "organ" but will be con
ducted on the broad plan of a home
newspaper, ever ready to assist and en
courage n laudable enterprise for the
benefit of this community. For the
present wo shall confine our efforts to
the publication of an eight-page weekly
and we predict that our patrons will
find more genuine news in the Review
at the end of each week than has been
delivered in the six copies of the erst
while dally. Our stock and necessary
paraphernalia for the production of an
eight-page paper is on the way from
Los Angeles and next week will see
the transformation complete.
A dally newspaper has not been a
success In Blsbea, financially or other
wise. While the late management of
the Review labored conscientiously
for the best interosts of the paper, they
were unable to extract blood from a
turnip, and the expense account was
always more thAn the receipts of the
office. Tn the beginning the paper was
shoved up into the clouds and tho lad
ders taken away with the expectation
that all that was required was a good
supply of wind in the editorial room.
The promoters afterwards discovered
there was something else lacking. A
newspaper is as much a businoss propo
sition as a grocery store, although it lb
a hard matter to make the uverage
subscriber believe It. The growth of
the Review from this date will be nor
mal and when It next makes its appear-
anco as a dally It will be a credit to the'!
city of Blabee and the state of Arizona.
In tho meantime we ask tho support
of the people of Bisbee and solicitftheir
co-operation In placing the Review in
the front rank of tho newspapers In
Cochise county will be ably repre
sented in the 21st legislaturo. C. C.
Warner, Mike Gray and H. M. Woods
were each members of the 20th legisla
ture" and proved themselves mon well
versed in the county's affairs and our
needs for the future. Steve Roomer,
of Btnson, the new member elect, is a
business man of ability and an old resi-
men at Phoenix working hand iu lianti
for our Interests we can go to sleep at
night without fear and trembling.
BISBEE IMPROVEMENT CO.
An ontorprlfao that seems to h:ivo at
tracted hut Uttlo attention amnuy tho
busiuuhs men of lllsbeo is the liisboo
Improvement Co. This block was on
salo at the Bank of Bisbee for beveral
days but surprising to say tho subscrip
tion for stock was very small. There is
no doubt but whut the promoters of
this company nro abundantly able to
carry out the Improvements contem
plated and willl do so at once. Wo be
lieve the idea in placing this stock on
salo was to give the business men of
the town an opportunity to share in the
profits. They will, of necessity, be
come patrons of the several enterprises
contemplated and they are the ones
who should in a measure receive some
l-eturns. The stock can still be
purchased in small amounts by the
payment of ten per cent down, and the
business men of Bisbee should seize the
The session of the Irrigation Con
gress just brought to a close in Chicago
has been one of the most beneficial and
interesting sessions in the history of
that organization. The eastern man
ufacturers and business men have at
last awakened to the fact that the de
velopment of the arid west means the
doubling of the business opportunities
in all branches of trade. If the east
will join with the west and demand in
one voice the national system of storage
reservoirs for the reclaimation of, the
desert, the sage-brush plains of the
west will soon be converted into wav
Ing fields of grain and pastures green.
The Irrigation Congress has been a
powerful factor in this movement and
gains in strength and vigor at each
Governor Murphy and. Delegate J.
F. Wilson are both in Washington
working for the admission of Arizona
Territory as a state. These distin
guished gentlemen will unite their ef
forts with the representatives from
New Mexico and Oklahoma In an earnest-endeavor
to secure the admission of
these territories at the present short
session. This session will be fraught
with important legislation and the Sen
ate will spend days at a time in the dis
cussion of questions effecting the gen
eral welfare of the republic. For this
reasonit Is not probable that the state
hood' bills will be considered at the
Our neighbor the COCHISE Review
makes announcement that with Its iss
ue of the 24th instthe daily ceases pub
lication and will hereafter appear as a
weekly under new management. It
is understood that W. B. Kelly of
the 'Solomonville Bulletin' will assume
charge. MR. Kelly is a bright news
paper man, a huitler and fully alive to
Arizona's interests. His connection
with the Review will assure Blsbe e an
excellent paper of which she will be
Curt. W. Miller, of the Tempe
News, Is an aspirant for the position of
chief clerk of the 21st Assembly. Mr.
Miller is well qualified In every partic
ular for the position he seeks and ren
dered valuable service to his party
during the late campaign. The Re
view has It on good authority that Dr.
Ford, of Maricopa, will not be a candi
date for president of the council, but
that this position bad been conceded to
Exchanges this week bring the in
formation that a Rough Rider squad
ron is to be formed in Arizona to pro
ceed to Washington, D. C, and act as a
guard of honor to Vice-President
Roosevelt in the inaugural ceremonies.
We won't allow ourself to imugine this
squadron dashing down Pennsylvania
Avenue with Teddy in the lead to the
accompaniment of pistol shots and the
swinging of lariets.
The 21st legislature which will con
vene in tho new capitol building at
Phoenix' will adopt a new code of laws
for the territory. It is 'well that this
body of law makers is composed of
some of the best men of Arizona.
W. B. Kelly, of the Bulletin, has
purchased the C00HI3E Review at
Bisbee and leaves today for that place
to assume charge of the paper. The
Bulletin will be verj lonsome without
Will, but we think his new venture
will be profitable and remit in giving
to Bisbee a much better paper than it
has ever had. Bisbee will not support
a dally newspaper and the Review Is
to be enlarged and will only make its
appearance weekly. W. B. Kelly has
been reared in the newspaper business
and Is well equipped to carry on the
business which has fallen into his hands
andwe bespeak for him a fair trial and
rai patronage. Arizona Bulletin.
W. B. Kelly, junior editor of the Ari-
zoiia Bulletin, has purchased the Co
chise Review, and will conyert it luto
a weekly. Will la a good all-around
newspaper max. Star.
Imported Liquors and Cigars
John Nobile PTCPT7I?
John Twomky OlOJ3iiIi
I Tree Coinage
5 J. E. BROWN & CO., PROPS i
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1 FULL ASSORTMENT OF....
5 Wines, Liquors
f MAIN ST., OPPOSITE CAN-CAN.
A PLEASANT RESORT
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
Can Can Building Main Street
DAWSON & LEONARD,
MAIN ST. '
Harris & Greener
Dbalkbs in Wines, Liquors and
Main Street Opposite Public Libiary
One wile below wwu In the Cool
Cottonwood Cnll onoo nnd you
will nlwnsoomo ocaln.
LETSON & WHALEY, Proprietors.
BEER and CIGARS
Main Street) Bisbee. Arizona.
Whins, Liquors and Clems-
B. M. Vocuvich, Brewerv Avenue
St. Louis Beer Hall
L. C. Shattuck. Prop.
Finest Brands of
AND CIGARS . .
Agent for Anl.euser-Busoh
Wholesale and Retnll.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Brewory Avenue, Uiibeo Arltona,
Blsbee's Favorite $
J -"-pfcte-"' Resort
j MAIN STREET ?
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED
MEN, COCHISE Trlbo No. 7..
moot every Thursday ovon lug
at tho Opera House Hull Vis
Itintr brothars cordially invi
ted. James A. Campbell,. Sachem
John Munch. C. of It.
Imundsoti, Mcdiciuo Man.
WARREN CAMP NO 9,
WOODMEN 01' THE
WORLD, meets eory
second nndf our th Monday
at tho opera house Vis
Itinc members cordially
.T A MILLER C C.
V V. JOHNhTON Sec.
PERFECT ASHLAK LODGE No. 12,
1 i & A. M. Meets Hrst Thursday
of each mouth. Visiting breth
ren cordially invited to attend.
C .C. Wahnkr. W. M.
J. L. Brown, Secretary.
T ANDMARK CHAPTER No. 6.,
-' R. A. M. Kecular Convoca
tions third Tuesday iu each
month, 8:15 p. in. Visitintr com
panions in good standing: gladly
V.U. STILUS, H.P.
Fhank J. Graf, Sec.
QUEEN LODGE NO. 0, A.
O. Vt W., meets every
Saturday evening;. Vis
itiuir brothers cordially
Alfied Godfrey, W. M.
Richnid Humphrey, Rec.
H. l Krasor I financier.
DISBEC LODGE NO. 10. I. O. O.
i25 J-"Sfel U 1JV. nifrt(i ftVl.l'V Wfi1nrcilnv
gaffer moiling. Visiting brotheis
" conllully Invited to attend.
ALFR3D Godfrey, N. G.
Emile Marks, R. S.
No. 53, meets ever
II rst und third
Wednesdays of tho
month, Vi si tine
members aro cor
Fiied Fuss. Secrotary.
CURRY & CO.
Dealers in Dry Goods, GroconeH
Haul wire, Boots and Shoos.
Purchasing and Forwarding Auenis
Custom Mouse Brokers.
Pies. Doug-.'.nuts, Calces, etc.
French Restaurant Meals Served in
Thos. Pinelli Naco. Arizona
Specialties In French GooJt
.ind a Large Assortment of
TAKE A HACK
Ed Price who has n Hack
ready at all hours, meets all
Trains. Orders may be left
at Now England Kitcben.J g
Qto- TELEPHONE 50
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
La florita, Sonora, flexico
S NAVARRO, PROPRIETOR
The Cholcost Cuts of tonder and
v. ell-fed Beef , Mutton, Sausage, etc
PROPERTY LOOKED AFTER
Bisbee Real Estate Co.
Bisbee Bill Posting Co.
E. U. flASON. Manager
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Dealer in Watches, Clocks,
Spectacles, Stationery, Wallpaper, etc.
Rcpulrtutr Mently Done
MAIN STREET, - BISBEE, ARIZ.
MRS. M. BLEWETT, Proprietor.
BOOTS, SH0ESAND SLIPPERS
Tor I.udles nnd Gentlemen.
MAIN ST., TWO DOORS ABOVE POST OrTICE
. 'V'lF5. 1.ll
' XrS-!.. Utfru1
i' m m o
I E M
Bisbee Drug Co.
RETAIL J j
PAINTS AINO OILS
Main St. Mrs. A. W. StrummlProp.
Firat-Clusa Restaurant. Board bjt tho
Day, Week or Month. Short Oifders
Day and Night (
J. C. II All fi.
Main St., abojve
REPAIRS AND RENTS'
Noelt works Key fit
ting a specialty. Guns,
vt.ns, rowing lUUUUIUet
I and bicycles repaired.
RAMBLER BICYCLES SOLO
City garber Shop
Bath Room and Porcelain Tubs
Emile Marks Proprietor.
Everything First .Class.
Cheap CASH Store.
Choice Family Groceries, Fresh Fruits of
all kinds received daily. Wines, Liquors
Cigars and Tobaccos, Goods delivered free.
MUUIGOVICU & MOBILE
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Estimates of Buildings
OFFICE: J. H. JACK LUMBER COMPANY
EASTMAN'S KODAKS &
Photographic Supplies. Developing,
and Printing at Lowest Rates. Sat'
C. P HART & CO.
Open Day and Night
Short Orders a Specialty
Meals served to families
Whitehead & MarchlUa,-,
Bisbee Candy Kitchen
Fresh Candies Every Day
Ice Cream, Soda Water,
Lemonade Milk Shakes. '.
A Big- Cold Drink for 5 Cents
Nenr RRdovich'i Store. Cleaning
done by new Dry Process. Gonts' Suits
oleaned, also Ladles' bklrts. Waists, Gloves
and Kibbous. Hats a sneolalty.
T. A. TATE, Prop
General Blacksmithing. Horseshoe
ing a specialty. Above Floodgate.
Baggage and Express ;
Handled With Care. :
Leuve orders with S. E Williams. Tel No
Theo. F. rietz, Prop.
Office nnd works, Tombstone and Bsbee.
Soda Water, Sarsaparllla, Ginger A e, Etc.
Orders from abroad will receive prompt at
tention. Ordora for the olty of Bisbee will
be dellvorod free without delay. Fatally or-dortsollclted.
Iff ' PBfe
1L DYEING S GLEANING:
Bisbee Assay Office.
All Work Guaranteed -
Or Money Refunded.
Kodak Pictures ;VE,iS;
Office, Nob Hill.
ALf . TELLMAN - - - ProprietfT
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