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THE COCHISE BEVIEW SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901
TERRITORIAL A) NEWS
9 Interesting Items Culled From Our Ezchange w
jk List X, Arizona Local Events Mj
Dr. L. D. Riekotts, who is manager
of the Nucoznri copper properties,
owned by Phelps, Dodge & Co., was in
Tucson Sunday en route to Phoenix.
Frank L. Proctor and wife, formerly
of Tucson, now of La Cananea, Sonora,
camo in yesterday and put up at the
San Xavier. Mr. Proctor has the meat
contract in the camp of the Greene
KILLING AT DOS CABEZAS.
J. C. Stewart Shot by a Mexican
on Tuesday Morning.
Word from Yuma is to the effect that
W. B. Fain, who is implicated in the
killing of Mrs. Burns, has got back into
Yuma and surrendered to the peniten
tiary authorities. Sam King was too
close an his track to allow him to get
About 1:20 o'clock
Jeromo, John Duca, an Italian miner
employed by Chris Harryhansen, was
shot and instantly killed by George
Ward as the former was leaving the
Ward house after making an unsuccess
ful attempt to break into one of the
QJohn Twomey, of Bisbee, just stayed
long enough to see the Sunday sports
at the park, ate supper and left for
Phoenix. He was here with the Bisbee
ball club and comes over when oppor
tunity offers, and there was plenty this
trip. He said the Star is the best paper
in the southern counties. Star.
Tho superintendent of the territorial
prison at Yuma makes the following
report of the financial condition of the
prison for the quarter ending Decetn
31: Total earnings from all sources,
$2,900.89. The average confinement of
prisoners during the fourth quarter
was 234. The gross pbr capita cost
was $49,331, and "the gross per capita
per diem cost was 53.0 cents. The net
expenses for the quarter was $9,623.37,
and the net daily per capita cost was
Judge F, M. Doan received a letter
yesterday from Congressman Champ
Ulark, of Missouri, promising that he
do all he could to bring the
to favorable action on the ban
dam amendment. Florence
J. E. Stewart was shot and killed at
Dos Cabezas about 2 a. m. Tuesday
morning by Jesus Martinez. The two
had been playing cards at the saloon
conducted by Charles J. Herzig. Af
ter the game was over, they stepped
up to the'bar to ""shake dice, in which
Herzic ioined. Some dispute arose
1 over the affair and Stewart called Mar
Friday night, at j tinez a liar. The lie was passed
between the two and Stewart struck
Martinez, forcing him up in a cor
nor of the room and striking his head
against the window, breaking the
glass. Martinez kept telling Stewart
to stop striking him as he was not able
to fight and did not care to fight. Her
zig then came from behind the bar and
pulled Stewart away, who said he was
"going to kill the Mexican "
Stewart again repeated, "Don't hold
me. I will kill him." Martinez, at
this juncture, fired two shots in quick
succession and Stewart fell to the floor
at the end of the bar. Herzig then
went towards Martinez, who fired two
more shots. Leaving the place by the
front door, Herzig went to arouse De
puty Sheriff Otto Moore, who later ar
rested Martinez. Stewart walked to
The big engine for Prescott's new
pumping plant arrived at Del Rio on
Sunday last. The foundation for the
machinery is said to be a very solid and
substantial piece of work. The ground
itself was so hard that it was cut down
with much and tedious labor. Powder
was not used for fear of disturbing its
soliditv. Prescott Courier.
Charles Taylor of Globe has been
appointed by Governor Murphy as com
missioner from Arizona to the Pan
American exposition. Mr. Taylor will
do all in his power to assist Arizona
exhibitors. Those contemplating min
eral or dthiT exhibits should confer
Trouble is threatened at Jerome
over the killing of the burglar there
last Saturday morning by George
Ward. The Italians claim that the
man killed was not a burglar, but a
good, peaceable citizen. The coroner's
jury that investigated the killing not
only exonerated Ward, but commend
ed him for the act. Jerome Miner.
William Ashurst, the father of Hen
ry F. Ashurst. of Williams, was acci
dentally killed in he Grand Canyon
the latter part of January, his body
being found only last Sunday. From
the position of the body it seems that
in trying to climb up a steep place in
the Canyon he caught a limb to pull
himself up, when it broke, dislodging
an immense rock which fell on him,
pinning him to the earth, and holding
him there till he died. He was alone
at the time. Deceased was about 00
year old. Journal Miner.
"Doc" Goodwin and wife are in the
city. All over the southwest "Doc" is
known and he has taken part in all the
cowboy carnivals and exhibitions of
skill in Arizona for years. For a long
time he held the record for fast steer
tying, loosing it to Edward Harrol at
Phoenix two years ago. He has tray
eled all over the world as a broncho
rider and was with some of the leading
wild we9t shows. "Doc" was married
a few months ago to Miss Rigge, who
is a rider of exceptional skill. Miss
Riggs was anxious to enter a riding
contest during the meet here, but
thero were no other ladies prepared to
enter such a contest and it could not
be arranged. Tucson Citizen.
A letter from New York to theOasif,
received Tuesday, conveys the informa
tion that a project is under oonsidera"
tion in that city for the captltalizaticn
and exploitation of the concession in
the state of Sonora granted by tl e
Mexican government to Dr. J. "Diaz
Prieto, formerly Moxican consul at Coi
pus Christi, Texas, and now holding
the samopost at Phoenix, Arizora.
By the terms of this concession Dr.
rrieto is granted all the public lands
in Sonora not previously disposed of,
and the excess claimed in all grants
heretofore made abovo the actual
amount granted. This includes fino
agricultural and grazing lands in all
parts of the state, and millions of acres
of the magnificent Sierra Madrc for
ests. The concession convoys an im
mense property, and to properly utilizo
it will require no smnll amount of cap
ital; but with it millions of dollars of
profit can be realized. To properly ex
ploit the grant a company is to bo or
ganized and the shares floated.
the house of P. A. Boyer, entered it
and told Boyer that Martinez had kill
ed him. He died about half an hour
afterwards. One bullet had entered
the right side, passing through his
body and coming out on the left side;
another struck his left leg. A. C. Carl
son brought the news down early Tues
day morning, and Judge Nichols and
Deputy Sheriff Robertson left for the
scene. An inquest was held and a cor
oner's jury was summoned, consisting
of W. H. Newell, R. Vanwinkle, Chas.
Noble, Perry Wildman, James Scow
and Richard McGregor, who returned
a verdict that the deceased came to
his death .from a gunshot wound, the
gun when fired being in the hands of
Jesus Martinez, and they fuather found
that the shooting was justifiable and
done in self-defense. Range News.
It is reported that some of the arte
sian walls bored during the past year
in the artesian belt lying between Sol
omonville and the Graham mountains
have been recently failing in water.
This is attributed to the fact, which is
no doubt correct, that none of these
wells have been cased all the way dov n
and the holes have caved in and shut
off the flow. It is thought that if these
wells are cased all the way down there
will be no danger of losing the flow of
KING'S LODGING HOUSE
Sixth and Fremont Street
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.
CEO. B. WILCOX,
Justice of Peace.
J. M. BROWN,
WILCOX & BROWN
. . . Arizona Mining Stocks. . .
Inlegerity, 6crrectiM8i dTeatnti and Speed.
5 A. D. UPTON
AGENT FOR LAND SCRIP
ConroRATioN and Mining Law.
Reforrs to Hon. John Garber, S. F.,Cal.;
Hon. Vnn R. Patterson, S. F., Cal. ; Hon. W.
W. Morrow, U. S. Clr. Ct 9th Clr. S. F.,
Cal. ; Hon.W H.Beatty, Chief Justice S. Ct.
Cal., S. F Cal.; Hon. Joseph McKenna, Su
preme Ct., U S., Washington, D. C.
J M. O'CONNELL
OFFICE: WALLACE BUILDING
yyiLLIAM J. KILPATRICK
140 W. Pennington St., Tucson, Ariz.
Will practice in all Courts of the Territory.
Plant situated in
Upper Mule Gulch.
City Office, Wallace Building.
Hole in the Wall
C. M. Henkel, Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Main Street, Bisbee.
FliANK E. HBBBFORD SXTH B. HAZ ABD
j-JEREFORD & HAZZARD
AGENTS FOR LAND SCRIP
)R. ISAAC H. WATKINS
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office : Rear of Drue Store.
Tel. No. 6
p A. SWEET, M. D,
A. R. HICKMAN, M. D.
W. P. WILLARD. M. D.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
To the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
and A. A S. E. R. R.
CL. EDMUNDSON, M. D.,
L.CAVEN, M. D.
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS
To Lowell & Arizona and Calumet & Hecla
Telephone No. 35.
Bisbee ...... Ahizona
QR. J. W. FARRINGTON
Specialties Diseases of the oral cavity and
?rown and bridge work.
J)R. W. K. CHAMBERS
Appointments Made by Mail
phone 3? BISBEE
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Notary Publio and Conveyancer. Bill col
lecting a specialty.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED
MEN, COCHISE Tribe No. 7.,
meet every Thursday evening
at the Opera House Hall Vis
iting broth ?rs oprdlauy invi
ted. Ed Scott, Sachem
Dr. Edmundson, Medicine Man
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE No. 12,
r F. & A. M. Meets first Thursdny
of each month. Visiting breth
ren cordially invited to attend.
J. J. Muirhead. Wi M.
J L. Brown, Secretary.
T ANDMARK CHAPTER No. 6
J-' 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.
Fbank J. Gkaf. Sec.
No. 10. Knights of
Pythias meets every
Tuesday evenings in Li
brary Hall. Visiting
brothers cordially in
Albert Wittig K of RS
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10, I. O. O.
F meets every Wednesday
evening. Visiting brothers
cordially invited to attend.
lfred Godfrey, N. G.
Emile Marks, R. S.
Fred Fuss, Secretary.
No. 53, meets every
first and third
Wednesdays of the
members are cr
Notice of Disolution of Co-Partner-ship.
NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN that the firm
heretofore existing uuder and by virtue of
the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and
under the firm name and style of Heulger
Brothers & White, doing ouslnees In Bitbee,
Cochise County, Arizona, has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent, Heulger Bros.'
having purchased the entire interest of the
said White. All persons indebted to said
firm are requested to come forward and
make payment immediately.
Dated at Bisbee, Arizona, this 2nd day of
January, A D 1901
T. F WHITE.
Leaves Biubee Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays at 7 a. m.
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Bisbee Headquarters at Greene Con
solidated Copper Company's Office,
Rooms 11 and 12 Angius Hotel.
Cananea Headquarters, Greene Con.
Copper Company's Offices.
Oils and Glass
5pS and Retail
2J Challenge Competition
CP77 In Quality and Price
Telephone -. Eo
Number . . ) H?ri
Groceries, Liquors Tobaccos
Boots and Shoes " and Cigars
Finest Brands of Flour Hardware
Come and see our New Store
r a Wmm Daily iSS
i oania re
To DENVER 3
5T "" and
S " CHICAdO :
2 Leaves Deming 8:30 a.m. Arrives Deming 7 a.m.
Agent Santa Fe Route, Deming, will make reservations 3
H F. B. HOUGHTON, D. F. &. P. A.
O XI " iW "O tWJ
Tinning, Plumbing, and
Sheet Iron Work. Practical Tinner
Tanks Built from 500 to 50,000 gallon Capacity. Agent for Wind
mills and Pumps. Acetylene Gas. Bath Tubs, Gutters, Roofling,
Celebrated Cold Air Flues. If you want galvanized iron flues in your
house you can save money by calling on Schwartz, the Tinner. We
are here to stay. p Reasonab,e pirst-ClaSS Work
B. R Q RAH AH & CO.
1 LIVERY and
g SALE STABLE
First-Class Driving and Saddle
Horses. The O. K. Stable is
the largest and best-equipped
1 City Barber Shop
BATH ROOM flret-Claeo rtt
ond PORCELAIN. TUBS Emile Marks
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