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THE COOHISE REVIEW SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1901
I TERRITORIAL A) NEWSl
Interesting Items Culled From Our Ezchange
List X Arizona Local Events
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Cochise County Locals.
D. Lemon, of Willcox, will have
charge or Soto Bros', new store ut Co
chise. Several good claims are being worked
in the Chiricahua mountains, twenty-
live miles south of San Simon. '
Thomas . Cllatman is the hustling J
merchant at Dos Cabezas.
Thomas and Jepp Ryan came in from I
the Rvan Bros.. McKittrick, To vis!
mining properties Wednesday. We
understand that they have made a good
striko recently and will tako up the
bond they have on them and start
working them on a large scale. Range
Schwertner & Speed, saloon men at
Willcox, have dissolved partnership,
Tho now firm is Speed & Duncan.
H. B. Williams underwent a surgical
operation for lupus Sunday at Willcox.
Mr. Williams is recently from Minne
sota, but at present residing at Cochise.
The operation was highly successful.
Mrs. Murkey is reported quite ill at
to be Removed.
The local banks
are very much
pleased over tne repeat 01 uie revenue
law requiring stamps on checks, which
will take effect July 1st.
President Freeman, of the Consoli
dated, says that while the repeal of the
law will result in a saving of about
$400 a ear to the bank, this is not the
chief cause of gratification over the
doing away with the stamp act. The
petty items are a constant source of
annoyance and friction, and the bank
ofllcials have to be constantly on the
alert to avoid infraction of the law.
Q u ite a percentage of checks presented
at the counter are without stamp, which
must be affixed before the check can bo
paid. All items coming to the bank
through the mail have to be carefully
scrutinized, and when not stamped the
If a client out of town writes to the
bank to send him a sum of money by
mail or express, or remit some one for
his account, the letter of request must
bear the two-cent stamp. It the bank
is wired for a similar purpose the tele
gram must be followed by a confirma
tory letter, and the letter must have
the two-cent stamp attached.
In addition to this constant annoy
ance, the aggregate expense to the de
positors of the bank in the matter of
stamps on their checks makes quite a
considerable sum in a year's time.
Charles S. Nielson, the well known
Silver Bell mining man, is dead. I
The .lerome Power company has con-1
tracted with W. A: Clark to take three-1
fourths of their electric power gener
ated. A gentleman who came up from Wil- j
liams on Saturday night states that
there, areonfy two cases of smallpox in
the town.' The reports from there have
beeagreatly exaggerated. Journal
Miner. The excitement over oil on the west- j
jS" ern slope of the Black Hills continues
to grow. New locations are beinsr made
each week and old locations are chang
ing hands. Land that a week ago could
be bought for fifty cents per acre is now
hold at 85 per acre. Journal-Miner.
If the legislature would quit intro
ducing new laws, repeal about half the j
old ones and perfect the remaining half,
the people would breathe easier. The
curse of the present century is too '
many lawd. Law and justice are be- j
coming more estranged every day.
A bill establishing the eight hour
system in the mines, smelter and re-'
duction works of Montana was passed
by the legislature on February 1 and i
signed at once by Governor Toole. It
becomes effective in ninety days after j
its approval. The Anaconda company,
which has already introduced me eignt
hour system in Butte, has given orders
to introduce it immediately into its
smelters in Anaconda. The new sys
tem will require the employment of
several hundred additional men.
The Arizona Bulletin says that C. F.
Solomon and A. E. Van Armin have re
turned to Arizonafrom Honolulu, where
thoy spent a month. Mr. Solomon says
ho is glad to wet home again; that Ha
waii is a beautiful uluce, but he was
somowhat disappointed in it. Hesajs
it is no place for a poor man. Sugar is
Irinrr fhftro. nnfl wbilft fmtimpc nrn li.
inr YTinrln in t.hnt. indnstrv it, miens n !
small fortuno to conduct a plantation.
Ho sas as high as fourteen tons of su
gar are raised on one acre in a single j
Boason. While on tho islands .Mr. Sol
omon says they only received one mail,
and it rained almost continuously dur
ing their visit.
Mining men are now looking toward
Tombstono, where preparations are
said to be in progress for tho opening
up of some of the old silver producing
m.nes of that camp. While no active
work is being prosecuted just now, yet
there tiro giounds upon which tho
Tombstono people feel safo in predict
ing great things for tho future. There
are now about 800 neonle in Tombstone.
and during tHo Iteration of the mines
thoro wortiiA000 thore and the
camp wp'jEsfiost in tho southwest.
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A Sensational Episode.
There was quite a sensational episode
in the house when Representative
Lentz, of Ohio, charged that a speech
on the Philippines he had sent to the
Congressional Record for publication,
under a "leave to print" order of the
house, had been taken away by Speaker
Henderson and turned over to Repre
sentative Grosvenor, of Ohio, for ex
amination, instead of being printed.
The speaker said he had had the speech
sent to him because of his attention
having been called to statements there
in, and that he had turned the speech
over to Representative Grosvenor as a
member of the committee on rule?,
which, he claimed, had the right to see
that orders of "leave to print" were
not abused. The explanation was not
acceptable, ana an tne midst ot an up-
roar such as had not previously been
seen at this session Representative
Richardson, the minority leader, of
fered a resolution censuring the speak
er for having exceeded his authority.
That increased the uproar. By a nar
row majority on a strict party vote the
house refused to consider, the resolu
tion. The uproar continued and the
majority was forced to voto an adjourn
ment. Dissolution Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the firm
heretofore existing under and by vir
tue of the laws of the Territory of
Arizona, and under the firm name and
style of Walsh & White, doing busi
ness in Naco, Cochise county, Arizona,
has this day been dissolved by mutual
consent. W. A. White having pur
chased the entire interest of J. J.
Walsh. W. A. White will continue
the business and collect all accounts
and pay all bills.
W. A. White.
J. J. Walsh.
February 23, 1901.
OH. J. Allen, financial agent), of Sen
ator W. A. Clark, has given it out cold
that he is in favor of the bill creating
the office of mine inspector. This lit
tle bit of information comes rather late
in the session, and in our opinion is a
bait to catch supporters for the new
county of Verde.
SIMMONS & BUSS
Stocks & Bonds
60 STATE ST. BOSTON, MASS.
MEMBERS OF BOSTON
MINING AND STOCK EXCHANGE
Copper King of Ariz.
Lowell & Arizona
We will buy or sell the above nam
ed stocks. Correspondence solicited.
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. . .
inlcgcnty, crrectncss UTealness and Speed.
Plant situated in
Upper .Mule Gulch
City Office, Wallace Puildin.
Hole in the Wall JEWEl?TY,
C. M. Henkel, Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Main Street, Bisbee.
A. D. UPTON
AGENT FOR LAND SCRIP
COIU'OKATION AND MINING LAW
Roforrs to Hon John Garbor, S F.,CaI.;
Hon. Van R. Pntterson, S F ,Cul : Hon. W.
W Morrow. U S. Clr. 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.
OFFICE: WALLACE BUILDING
yyiLLIAM J. KILPATRICK
140 W. Ponnineton St., Tucson, Ariz.
Will practice in all Courts of the Territory.
FRANK E. HBHEFORD BETH B. HAZ A1ID
J-JEREFORD & HAZZARD
GENTS FOR LAND SCRIP
QR. ISAAC H. WATKINS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: Rear of Drue Store.
p A. SWEET, M. D.
Tel. No. 6
HICKMAN. M. D.
W. P. WILLARD. M. D.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGKONS
the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
ana a. s. is. it. k.
C. L.CAVEN. M.
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS
To Lowell & Arizona and Calumet & Hecla
Minii e Companies.
Telej.hone No. S5.
Bisbee ...... Arizona
QR. J. W. FARRINGTON
Specialties Diseases of the oral cavity and
Town and bridge work.
TU. W. K. CHAMBERS
Appointments Made by Mail
phone 37 BISBEE
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Notary Public and Conveyancer. Bill col
lectins a specialty.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED
MEN, COCHISE Tribe No. 7..
meet every Thursday evening
at the Opera House Hall Vis
itliicr broth srs cordially invi
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. MUIIIHEAD, Wj M.
J. L. Brown, Secretary.
T ANDMARK CHAPTER No. 6
J-' R. A. M. Regular Convoca
tions third Tuesday in o jrh
month, 8:15 p. m. Visiting com
panions in good standing gladly
C. C WARNER, H. P.
Fkane J. Graf. Sec.
10 Knichts of
Pythias meets eery
Tuesday evenings in Li
brary Hall. Visiting
brothers cordially in
vited. JOHN McKABE.C.C.
Albert Wittiq K of R S
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10, I. O. O.
V.. mpAtH fivprv Wpflnpc.lnv
evening. Visiting brothers
cordiully invited to attend.
i.fked Godfrey, N. G.
Emile Mares, R. S.
No. 53, meets every
Ur st and th ird
members are cor
' to aJWs 9
Fhed Fuss. Secretarj .
I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt the firm
heretofore existing under and by virtue of
1 tholaus of tho Territory of Arizona, and
under the ilrm name and style of Heniger
Brothers A White, doing ouslnecs in Bitbee,
Cochise County, Arizona, hits this day been
dissolved by mutuul consent, Heniger Bros.'
having purchased the entire interest of the
snid White. AH persons indebted to said
firm ure requested to come forward and
make payment immediately.
Dated at Bisbee, Arizona, this 2nd day of
January, A I) 1901
I T. F WHITE.
Leaves Bi-bce Monday i.
days and Fridays a1 7 a. m.
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays
Bisbee Headquarters a: Greene Con
solidated Copper Compmy's Office,
Rooms 11 and 12 Angius Hotel.
Cananea Headquarters, Greene Con.
Copper Company's Office i.
Oils and Glass
szS and Retail
Boots and Shoes
Finest Brands of FIoUT
(-&) Challenge Competition
CP77 In Quality and Price
S Leaves Deming 8:30 a.m.
5 Agent Santa Fe Route, Deming, will make reservations 5
g F. B. HOUGHTON, D. F. &. P. A.
Tinning-, Plumbing, and
Sheet Iron Work. Pracfral Tinner 2
Tanks Built from .100 to .0,000 gallon Capacity. Agent for Wind- iki
mills and Pumps. Acetylene Gas. Bath Tub's. Gutters, Hootting. h
Celebrated Cold Air Flues. If ou want gahanized iron tlue in your JI
house you can save money by calling en Schwartz, the Tinner. We v
fe ereto stay. Prices Reasonable First-Class Work g)
B. R Q RAH AH & CO.
1 LIVERY and
g SALE STABLE
First-Class Driving and Saddle
Horses. Tho O. K. Stable is
the largest and best-equipped
1 City Barfoe Shop-
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