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COOHISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. FBRUARX 23. 1901
paying Jurors in Justice Courts.
"Sjustice Burnett in his" Court the oth:
-er day decide and, very properly, that
jurors in criminal cases are entitled to
-fees. The act of 1893 repeating para
graph 1981 of the revised statutes,
1 -vrhich provided for fees, was itself re
pealed In 1893, and the original para
graph 1981 restored and thus juor in
Such cases life ve since 1895 been enti
tled lo fees of $2 per day, but H.soemsj
that tho restoration of the paragraph
has been overlooked in tho justice
courts and juors therein have been
Jmadoto servo without fees in such
ycases. In tho Sims case injustice
Burnett's 6ourttho other 'day tho jury
was detained two days and on getting
,!. voniiitt rfiiulv demanded fees, if
Jthereiwas any way to get them, and in
''examining into tne nmwur, uumuo
iBurnott discovered the real legal state
Estate of affairs and in consequonoe the
iurors in tho case named have each
Sput in a bill to the board for fees, which
Sunder tho law tho supervisors will be
'obliged to allow. Gazette.
f McKee Ralney, an Arizona pioneer
sand one of the oldest settlors in Coch'se
'county; died hero yesterday after roach
hug the ripe, old ago, of 80 years. The
'aeeeasedi-wltti a party of gold hunters,
"traversed Arizona in '49 headed for
California. Tho party camped at the
sfoot of tho Huachucas in that year, and
'during a rest of one or two days Rai
hey followed up what is now known as
Miller's canyon ,and -saw what he be
lieved to bo the finest ranch site in all
- his travels. After his California expe
dition he returned and located upon
'the ranch'Wfirst discovered, and lived
upon the same until a year ago. when
,he came here on account of failing
health. The deceased was burled this
Vafternoori; and another pioneer-- has
.'faded away .to. join the silent majority.
v -Prospector, -,-, r1 ( j
' ! Judge S. K.,,Williams reports a lively
Utinoveraen 'J"- t".Mw (.( "try
Hhavinff made Out twenty five deeds qur-
I;ing thelmst-'week. ., tl
"jf Choice building lots, in good location
Japply to tf. 1-10.'
jk S. K. Williams.
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Every Wednesday and
Saturday Afternoon & Ev'ng.
Afternoon 2:30 to 5 o'clock.
''Wednesday evening 8 to. 1Q:30V
Saturday evening 7 to 9.
Ladies invited, free to, class.
Saturday "night social dance 9
to 12. Best of musio and all of
the late dances. , '
i "rd Riley
: Second Hand
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' Will purchase goods-in Bisbee prompt-
... ...- A.jt.-. nt InftwmntlAn Pool
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' dence address Naco, Arizona.
: ANEW SUIT k
I -Is needed by many. The Spring
Styles are coming in lind early
choice will securo tho best selec-
. .-' -tion. There is no need to send
v away for your new suit when you
can have it raado at home for tho
same money. Call on
Located in Brewery Gulch.
Main Office Next to Blewett's
Special Rates to Families.
LOTS FOR SALE
During tho next sixty days I will of
fer lots foiVsalo iiijBrowory Gulch one
half milo from Shattuck'sLumbor yard.
Lots 50 to 150 ft. front. As a special
nducement, all persons, who build on
these lots!,wjll bo'Jiirnisried water l,freq
for one year. Lots easily graded. For
prices and particulars apply at tho res
idence of ' .
insiruments niea iuurmg me rasi
" "" Week: "'
A. V. Lewis, sheriff, to L. C. Shat
tuck, Bisbee property, $513.35. Z
BurtDunlap to L. S. Anderson, Will
cox property,- $1,600. i" J,
S, H. Bryant, to L. G. Crabbe, Tomb
stone property, $15.
R. Evans to. Mary E. Denn, Bisbee
C. L. Edmundson to Clinton Huds
peth, -Naco property, $135. ':!
-W.'P. Stockton1 to K. C. McCutchan,
Bisbee property, $100. e
J. J. Newell to C. D. Edmundson,
Naco property, $150. ' r
John Nbbile to J. K. Smith, Naco
J. J. Newell to C. Edmundson, Naco
J. J. Newell to John Nobile, Naco
property, $150.- " ''-''
TRUST DEED. ; . "''
C. O. Anderson to Arizona Savings
and ' Investment company, ' Willcox'
One mine by Salenia Heckle.
Six mines by Fltchett & Wesslich.
One mine by Ruth Spencer.
PROOF OF LABOR.
On two mines by A. Y. Smith.
Hi" Wo to National Cash Register.
SATISFACTION OF MORFGAGE;
"R.'J.'and L. R. Lockle.from Bank of
' ' , .Appointment oF Agenix -:
6't ' c'C6pper'Belle oonipany 6 John
;',,'; '. REVOCATION. CjjV .
t;.Of , ppwer of attorney from., A.
Joerss and Joseph, Muheim to'JF. D.
Rutiiam.V! iv . ': K ..
Copper Notes. :
It,is statedthat the dividends paid
by companies' engaged in the mining
ihdustry'amo'unt to the enormous'sum
of $114,567,432 for 1900 alone. Itjis sig
nificent that, these, figures relate 'to a
perfeotlyiJ legitimate development of
the mining industry. They are. likely
to be larger next year. The . profits
were not produced by gold and silver
alone. Copper furnished 62 per cent,
of the dividends naid bv all mining
'companies, or about 26 per cent., of all
tne aiviaenaB aeciarea oy corporations
connected with the mineral industry.
Copper and prtroleum alono '.contribu
ted eighty millions to the total amount
of dividends. Inasmuch as Arizona is
fast forging to the front as. a copper
producer, these figures ought to be
very stimulating to the copper indus
try in "tha territory. It is becoming
knownthat the territory possesses in
exhaustible quantities of the metal,
and the alluring figures relating to last
year's dividends? unquestionably will
turn the 'eyes of investors hither. Now
is the time for ownerd of copper prop
erties to be on the alert We predict
that there will be a great movement in
the development of Arizona copper
mines in the next year or two. There
appears to be no end to the demand for
copper, and we look to see the entrance
of civilization into China vastly in
crease'even the present demand. The
field openedupm that country to the
electrical manufacturer is enormous.
Electricity is tho great agent that de
mands copper today, and will take no
substitute. Matte and Bullion.
On Wednesday afternoon Homer
Rambo and Orbenett Beaty were mar
ried.' Justice S. K. Williams per
formed, the iceremony. ,
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Paolflo Time one hour earlier than City time IlVMWnU 0
Northward Southward" OF ALL KINDS S IT
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HS 5 .3 " E &C nt Lowest Rates, GQ
TZ Milo. Ktitthmh miio. 5"TT &f Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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6:05 t3.Southmsbee.. 54.0 1:22 piracy nKl tU. S
8:12. 4.0 .... Don Luis.... 51.3 1:10 gSu,,-,
6:25 8.8 NocoJunotlon 46.5 12:55 liCJXitJda(iWiU'iU7i d
8:32 12.4 .... Packard .... 42.9 12:45
-.52 19.4 ....Bannlnir 35.9 12:25 SUVS F
7:07 25.2 .. Water Tank... 80.1 12:05 iA )
7-22 30.0 ... Charleston... 25.3 11:45 l J l&Kr 1
!:40 Ar..Falrbank.Lv 11:25 (JlP t Ml IMfi 1
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7:55 89.6 . Contention... 15.7 11:00 '
8:10 45.8 Land 9.5 10:40 W
9:5 a.m. I
8:00 55.3 Ar... Benson.. .LV 0 10:00 I
Flag Stations stop on Signal.
V. U. STILES, R. C. MORGAN.
Q. F. & P. A. Superintendent.
Southern Pacific Railroad.
Kenson, leave 4:57 p. m.
Tucson, arrive 7:20 "
Maricopa." .9:40 "
7uma, arriVo 3:00 a.m.
Los Ancoles, arrive ,12 : noon.
Jlenson, loavo 9:06a. in.
Wllloox, arrive 10:42 "
Bowie, " au..i.A 11:55 "
Lordiluirg, " l:45p. m.
Demlnar .",....,,, ......8:30 "
ElPoso .".,....: ',,.... 6:00 "
Phoenix, " r,6:80a.ms
, :Pononsreri,for Phoenix, from the, oast or
west, remain at Marloopa over night. Sleep
Ins oar and hotel aocomtnodatloii.
Anhaeuser Busch I
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Dubacher & 1
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' Wines, Liquors and.
V. M. V0CUVICH
5JJ J 5$55,5$5 55t-55
Take a Hack... t
Ed Price who has ft Hack; 4
ready tit all hours, meets all $
Trains. Orders may be left 4
at New England Kitchen
Your Patronage Solicited t
IS4S$S $$S 4SS4SfSS$S
L Ice Cream. Soda Water
Lemonade, Milk Shakes
A Big Cool Drink for 5 cents
August . Joerss
Dealer in WATCHES.CLOCKS, '
Repairing neatly Majn X
Have you tried it?
For Sale by CURREY & CO.
Directly on the road to Naco.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Your Patronage Solicited.
CHARLES HULL, PROPRIETOR
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:THE PAL ACE A:
X FINE WINES A LIQUORS
Keg Beer on Draught
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I the: Capitol 1
- John Nodile
5; John Twomky
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Proprietor . . .
Bisbee's Favorite Resort
I St Louis Beer
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Agent for Anheuser-Busch
Harris & Greener 1
Dealer. In Wings, UqUOrs
S Cold Beer on Draught
fi&'(?ygg, g( 1ASS?,
S J. E. BROWN & CO.
FINEST LIQUORS, g
Sportsmen's Resort f
LETSON & WHALEY M
MAINSTeET - . - BISBEE JU
UPPER HAIN STREET T
Near the Flood Qate
Whiskey BISBEEE ZS
Ball XST J
Finest Brands of T
wiNfs. i inifons
" CIGARS . .
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Opposite Public Library t
Now Goes into
500 Homes Every Week,
An Advortisemont iu tho Review
Roaches tko People.'