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THE COOHISE EEVIEW SATUEDAY, FEBEUAEY 23, 1901
f TERRITORIAL "$t NEWS
2J Interesting Items Culled From Our Ezchange w
2i List J Arizona Local Events W
FROM GRAHAM COUNTY.
Interesting News Items from Clifton,
V Morenci and the Gila Valley.
' Dan H. Ming, an old timer in Gra
ham county and a member of the coun
icll in the .Nineteenth, legislative as
I'sembly, writing from Manila to the
Bulletin, says: I think this is the
' making of a great country, when it be
,. comes known whether wo are to be a
part of the United States or not.
'Should wo bo in the United States and
vget the ;United States mining law there
' will be a great deal of mining on this j
island; the country is very rich in gold .
and copper, but we nave no mining
laws and no authority to prospect or
' mine. Nevertheless, there is a great.
.deal of prospecting going on In the
part ,of the island where it Is safe.
There are over 1,500 miners on the Is-
"land now and they are coming' all the
t while. Arizona is becoming well rep-
Y'resented here; I think (outside of sol-
'diers) there are more from Arizona
than from any other state or territory.
v4we want congress to aaopt me unueu
States mining law for this archipeligo,
or this island of Luzon. I presume
j(thero are other islands that are as rich
in mineral as this, but don't know to
jTatiy certainty.'' ' , J' 1
Three dementeu , or .insane children
"jhyere brought ftfronrNCiiftonHhis week.
'by Sheriff Parks. The oldest one is
-about 19 years old. Qn, examination
before Judge Moody they were com-
.raitted to the asylum at , Phoenix,
kffillbUOl VUQJ IIViVWftVM'AHVJUMJI
Sheriff Jim Parks returned Monday
.tw. r ifnn t,l,mnrv dnwn Nlmnn
Balles, who had, been bound," over, to
the grand jury for X'smashinp;", perpe
trated on Sam Abraham's, saloon., He,
1, .was raising a general disturbance
when he was remonstrated with by the
i porter, whereupon Balles pulled a
" murderous knife and chased the porter
J around the room and out at the back
H door. While the porter' was playing
't- "hot foot" trying to save His life) Doc
tJ Thomas opened fire on,,the pursuing
Mexican, firing three shots, but with-
out efiect. Finally officers arrived and
beat Balles into submission. He was
held for attempted murder. ' r
I. E. Solomon and .Judge, W. C. Mc-
Farland went to Fort-Grant last week
.. on business. They found so much snow
', in Stockton Pass that they had, difli-
" cultv in following the road and were
lost several times. Mr. Solomon's bus
iness at Grant was to bid ron a hay con
tract, which was awarded him at the
j snug figure of $19.50 per ton. The con-
' tract is for nearly 200 tons.
Jerome has a case of small pox. W.
G. Smith, a miner, who arrived about
ten days ago from Gallup, ia the vic
tim. A young Mexican named Eulalio
Pizarro was run over by an east-bound
freight train near Picacjio on Friday
of last week and had both legs crushed.
Mrs. D. J. Gallagher leaves for Bis
bee this week, where she will join her
husbnnd, who is employed there. Mrs.
Gallagher is a worthy ladv und we are
sorry to loose her, but hope that she
may have made the change for the
better. Jerome Reporter.
James O'Connell, a well known char
acter around Jerome and familiarly
known as "Pipe Line Jimmie," died of
pneumonia last week.
The Southwest-International Miners'
association will have an exhibit at
Buffalo, N. Y. They will not only
have an exhibit, but will have a credi
Warner, of Cochise, yesterday dis
ployed a beautiful valentine entitled
"A Political Tramp." He gave notice
that he would In the neur luture in
troduce it bill requiring each member
to place on his desk a true photograph,
together with a brief biographical
sketch of his political career. Enter
prise. Senator, Clark of Montana, owner of
the United Verde mines,, .4wlll bo in
Phoenix this week. ,,County division
in Yavapai Is as good as settled since
Clark has decided to visit the legisla
ture. The commltteo of the legislature
which recently visited tho territorial
prison at Yuma has submitted its re
port in which recommendation Is made
for an apppoprlation of $25,000 f or im
provements in the prison sugges ted in
the lato report Of Superintendent
Johnny Behan, who Is connected
with tho secret service of tho war d e
partment, has just returned from
China, and is now sick in Phoenix.
Johnny is a historical character in Ar
izona, having been sheriff of throe
counties and superintendent of the ter
ritorial prison. He is a waarlor from
way back, tnd holds onto oflleo through
There has been quito an Influx o
miners in Preocott rooontly from Je
rome. Tho recent, cavo;ln In the 400
foot lovol in which one man was killed
and two others injured has had tho ef
fect of causing several of the under
ground men to quit' work and seek em
THE MOUNTAIN CITY.
Mining News from Globe and Inter
esting Items of a Personal
Nature. " ,
Born To the wife of S. A. Parnall,
at Globe, on Feb. 14th, a girl. r
There aro several mining men from
tho outside around this vicinity at'the
present timo making examinations of
mining claims, and the indications are
that several mining deals will be closed
and considerable work done in the
near future. v
The ordinances recently passed by
ine iown council, regaraing proprie
tors of places of business where liquor
is sold, allowing women to frequent
them(l and the one, fixing a street tax of
$2 on every male inhabitant of the
town, are creating a great deal of' com
ment in the community.
Will Bacon came up from Bisbee last
week and haagone to Salt river J,o look
after his mother's" ranch and stock. He
reports Bisbee as being very livelyj and
people generally happy over the pros
pect of having plenty of water. His
mother is keeping house for his broth
er, who is working at the smelter
there. His brother, Earl, and family
have gone. Jo Oklahoma, expecting to
remain there permanently.
Superintendent E. H. Cook, of the
United Globe mines, and wife, were, in
vited to attend a social meeting in the
lodge room in the Odd Fellows' hall on
Sundaynight, and were pleasantly sur
prised when the gathering wasvcalled
to order and Mr. Clarence Bennr, in
a few well chosen remarks, presented
Mi. ,Cook with an, elegant gold-Veaded
ebony cane, .appropriately engraved, a
solid silver jar for cigars, a silver-tip-pejsmoling
set, and 'to Mrs Cook a
beautiful pair of pearl mounted opera
glasses, as mementoes of respect and
regard for them by the employees in
and about the United Globe company's
Works and mines. ,
N. S. Berray arrived' in town
night'and comes to take .charge of
United Globe company's mines
propertshere as superintendent.
inventory of the company's property is
now being taken, preparatory to the
cnange in the management. Tne nrst
work to be done under the new man
agement will- be to inaugurate the
work for a three compartment shaft.
The Pinal Copper company have not
yet moved their hoist out to the Black
Copper mine, owing to the soft condi
tion of the roads caused by the recent
rains. The machinery is already load
ed on the wagons and will be moved as
soon as tho ground dries sufficiently.
Their shaft is started and everything
will be in place for the reception of
the machinery when it arrives on tho
E. A. Powers, M. E., last week made
an examination, jointly with W. S.
Sultan, of tho Copper Hill property,
for Boston parties. If the sale is' con
summated) as seems probable, these
mines will fall into strong hands.
KING'S LODGING HOUSE
Sixth and Fremont Sireet
Quiet, Clean and Comfortable Rooms
En Suite or Single
Special Accommodations for Fami
lies. A nice quiet place to stop
during your stay in Tombstone.
Justice of Peace.
J. M. BROWN,
WILCOX & BROWN
. . . Arizona Mining Stocks. . .
Inttgtrity, errtctncsai 9Teatnt& and Speed.
Plant situated in
City Office, Wallace Building
Hole in the Wall J,
C. M. Henkel, Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Main Street, Bisbee.
A. D. UPTON
AGENT FOR LAND SCRIP
Corporation and Minino Law.
Keferrs to ITon. John Garber, S. F;,Col.;
Hon. Van R. Patterson, S. F., Cal ; Hon. W.
W.iMorrow. U.S. Cir. Ct.9th Clr. ,S. F.,
Cal.; Hon.W H.Beatty, Chief Justices. Ct.
Cal.,S. F., Cal.; Hon. Joseph McKenna, Su
preme Ct U. S., Washington, D. C.
J M. O'CONNELL
office: waliiAok building
yiLLTAM J. KILPATRICK
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ' '
. 140 W. Pennington St., Tucson, Arias.
Will practice In all Courts of thetTerritory.
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FRANK X. HEREFORD SETH X. HAZ ARD
j-jereford & hazzard
J - . TUCSON, ARIZONA
GENTS FOR LAND SCRIP :
)R. ISAAC H. WATEINS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: Rear of Drue: Store.
A. SWEET, M. D.
Tel. No. 6
HICKMAN. M. D.
W. P. WILLARD, M
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
and A. AS. E.R..R.
PHYSICIANS arid SURGEONS!
To 'Lowell & Arizona and Calumet & Hecla
'''. Mining Companies. '
Teler hone No. 35.
Bisbee ...... Arizona
QR. J. W. FARRINGTON
Speolaltlos Diseases of the oral cavity and
jrown and bridtre work.
,R. W. K. CHAMBERS
Appointments Made by Mall
g K. WILLIAMS.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Notary Public and Conveyancer. Bill col
lecting a specialty.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED
MEN, COCHISE Tribe No. 7..
meet every Thursday oven Ine
at the Opera House Hall Vis
iting brothers cordially invi
ted. Ed Scott, Sachem
Dr. Edmundson, Medicine Man
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE No. 12,
F. & A. M. Meets first Thursday
of each month. Visiting: breth
ren cordially invited to attend.
J. J. Muirhead. W. M.
T ANDMARK CHAPTER No. 6
''-' R. A. M. Regular Convoca
tions third Tuesday in each
month, 8:15 p. m. Visiting com
panions in good standing gladly
C. C. WARNER, H. P.
Frank J. Graf, Sec.
10. Knichts of
Pythias meets every
xuesiiny evenings in li
brary Hall. Visiting
brothers cordially in
Aldert Wittig K of R S
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10, I. O. O.
F., meets every Wednesday
S- evening, risiung uroiners
cordially invited to attend.
lfred Godfrey, N. G.
Emile Marks, R. S.
No. 53, meets every
first and third
Wednesdays of the
members are cor
Fred Fuss. Secretary.
In the Justice Court, No. 2. Precinct, Coun
ty of Coohlse, Territory of Arizona,
Jane Alban, plaintiff,
M.J. Johnson, Defendant.
Action brought In the Justice Court of No,"
2 preomci, in unu mr me county 01 (joclilse,
in the Territory of Arizona.
In the name of the Territory of Ari
zona to M.J. Johnson, dofeudunt. creetimr:
Youareherrby summoned and required I
iu tiijpuui-111 mi tii-uuu iiroiigiu ugniust you
by the above named plaiutiir in the Justice
Court of No. 2 precinct, iu and for the coun
ty of Cochise, in the Territory-of Arizona,
and answer to the complaint filed iu said
Justice Court nt KUliee. in said county,
within five days, exclusive of tho day of
service, after the service vpon you of this
summons, if served within this precinct; but
If served without this product, but within
the county, ton days; if served out of tho
county, lttteon unys; In nil other cases
This action is brougnt against you by the
above Cnamed pluliitltl' to enforce collec
tion of the sum of $35.00, lonned you by tho
said plnlntilC. nt your special iustanco and
request, in Illsbeo, Cochise county, Arizona,
on tho 27th day of October, A U. 1900, or
Judgment by default will be taken ngnlnst
Given nndor my hand at Bisbee, A. T.,this
20th day of December, 1900.
S. K. WILLIAMS,
Justice of the Peace of said precinct.
Oils and Glass
Boots and Shoes
Finest Brands of Flour
GS Challenge Competition
(P77 In Quality and Price
S Leaves Deming 8:30 a.m.
S-' Agent Santa Fe Route, Deming, will make reservations 3
H F. B. HOUGHTON, D. F. &. P. A. 3
Tinning, Plumbing", and
Sheet Iron Work. Practical Tinner
Tanks Built from 500 to 50,000 gnllon Capacity. Agent for Wind
mills and Pumps. Acetylene Gas. Bath Tubs, Gutters, Roofling;
Celebrated Cold Air Flues. If you want galvanized iron Hues in your
house you can save money by calling on Schwartz, tho Tinner. Wo
re here toSt.j-. Prices Reasonable First-Class Work
I B. R QRAHAfl & CO.
First-ClaBS Driving and Saddle
Horses. Tho O. K. Stable is
the largest and best-equipped
I City Barber
and PORCELAIN. TUBS
Telephone ,. D
Come and see our New Store
KANSAS CITY S
7 a.m. 5
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