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COCHISE REVIEW : SATUIXDAX LTLNING. MARCH 9. 11
Sung at the Capitol Building
Phoenix Last Monday Evening.
At tho dedication of the capitol
building fit Phoonix last week a nota
blo featuro of tho evening's program
was tho rendition of Arizona's first ode,
composed by Mrs. Elsie R. Averill, of
the Normal School at Tempe, with
muslo by Mrs. Frank Cox of Phoenix,
sistor of the author. Tho legislature
is inclined to make it tho ofllcial ode of
the territory. Following is a truo
HAIL TO ARIZONA, THE SUN
O, Arizona, sun-kissed land,
Thy day of birth i9 near at hand:
Upon thy mountains' rugged crest,
Thy native sons still call thee blest;
Within thy valleys' broad domain,
In love, thy fostor children reign;
Fair land of gold and sunny peace,
Of flower and vine and rich increase,
Of cloud-kissed hills and wooded wold,
Of countless mines and wealth untold.
Hail! all hail to Arizona!
Sound hor praise from sea to sea!
Land of sun and summer showers,
Land of grain and gold and flowers,
In Columbia's diadom
Of jewels rare thou'lt bo tho gem,
Hail to Arizona, the sun-kissed land!
Primeval stands thy forest grand,
Tho ancient Zuni's fatherland:
Thy plain and lofty mountain round
Were many moons his hunting ground,
Unbosomed in thy sun's bright ray
His old ruins slow decay;
Whore once the tribes of Ishmael's
Marauding wandered o'er the land,
Tho mighty "Phoenix" rose to fame
From the ashes of destination's flame.
Hoary with ago, thou still art young,
Land of renown with praise unsung;
Nature with a master hand
Hath carAed thy wondrous Canyon
Magician-like her wand she plied,
And lo! thy Forest Petrified;
From craggy peak of Castle Dome,
From Copper Queen to rich Jerome,
Sho pours her lavish treasure forth
In molten streams of priceless worth.
.Not all thy riches, glorious land,
Are due alone to Nature's hand,
Por man with unremitting toil
Brings forth a bounty from the soil;
From vine-clad hills and limpid streams,
From fruitful vales whore plenty teems,
O'er verdant fleldshe points with pride,
Where ficcks and herds are scattered
To schools where art and skill com
bine, To homes in love and truth enshrined.
Proud land, thy rock-ribbed hills re
cord 'The history of a mighty horde;
Tho onward trend of centuries old
Hath left its imprint strong and bold
On the hearts and lives of thy brave
In tho winsome grace of thy fairer
Thy Riders Rough, a valiant band,
With loyal hearts forever stand ,
To cuard the flair that floats above
Thy homes whore reign content and
The bill to change county seats by a
majority vote of the electors of a
county is now in the hands of Governor
Murphy. The friends of the measure
are getting nervous over tho governor's
delay in signing tho measure.
A two hundred and fifty ton Corliss
engine arrived this week for the A. C.
company's concentrating plant now be
ing constructed at the Lonfollow mine.
Another engine of the same capacity
will arrive in a short time for the same
company's now steel smelter, .which
will soon bo under construction in Clif
ton. It is said that Jerry Millay will suc
ceed Judge Ainsworth as Attorney
General of Arizona. Jerry Millay is a
good man and ho will succeed one of
tho ablest lawyers in Arizona when ho
assumes his new duties.
Tho old Vulturo
mine in Yavapai
county nas neen purcnaseu by Willis
B. Troy, of New York city, who will
work the mine on a largo scale.
A. P. Ghio, of St. Louis, is in Phoo
nix and Tucson, with a view of putting
up a hotel. He intends to spend about
$30,000 on a new hostlery.
W. C. Shilliain returned to Benson
yesterday after mixing up in the Re
publican pow-wow at Phoenix as a
member from Cochiso county. Ho
called to see R. H. Paul while visitln
noro anu reports tno ex-slierm an
United States marshal doing fairly well
Tho new Indian school at Rico, on
tho San Carlos Indian reservation, ha9
an attendance of 240 young braves.
Soloiconville is to have a lodge of
Superintendent C. E. Mills, of Mo
reno), raado a trip through tho terri
tory last week, going as far as Jerome.
Tho newspapers of Phoenix and Pres
cott noto his presence in those cities.
Tho annual mooting; of tho stockhold
ers of the Ulsboe Improvement com
pany will bo hold at their otllce, in tho
town of Blsbce, on the second Tuesday
of March, between tho hours of 10 and
12 a. m. W. H. Brophy, Secretary.
Dancing School f
Saturday Afternoon & Ev'ng.
Afternoon 2:30 to 4.30 o'clock.
Saturday evening 7 to 9.
Ladies invited froo to class.
Saturday night social dance 9
to 12. Best of music and all of
the late dances.
( BUYER OP
Will purchase goods in Bisbee prompt
ly on receipt of information. Resi
dence address Naco, Arizona.
A NEW SUIT
Is needed by many. Tho Spring
Styles are coming in and early
choico will secure the best selec
tion. There is no need to send
away for your new suit when you
can have it made at home for the
same money. Call on
Located in Brewery Gulch.
Main Office Next to Blewett's
Special Rates to Families.
LOTS FOR SALE
During the next sixty days I will of
fer lots for sale in Brewery Gulch one-
half milo from Shattuck's Lumber yard.
Lots 50 to 150 ft. front. As a special
nducement, all persons who build on
these lots will be furnished water free
for one year. Lots easily graded. For
prices and particulars apply at the res
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Arizona & South Eastern Railroad
Paciflo Time one hour earlier than City time
A. u. Miles.
Don Luis . . .
Packard . ,
N.M& A. Crossing
Ar .Benson .Lv!
Flair Stations stop on Signal.
V. K. STILES, R,
G. F. A P. A.
Southern Pacific Railroad.
, 4 :57 p. m,
Los Angeles, arrive
Kensou, leavo . . ..
El Paso. . "
. 14: nooa.
. 9.06 a. in.
, 10:42 "
. 8:S0 "
Phoenix, " 6:30n.m.
Passengers for Phoonix, from the east or
West, remain at Maricopa over night. Sleep
ing car and hotel accommodation.
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Wines, Liquors and
Cigars . . .
V. M. VOCUVICH
Take a Hack...
Ed Price who lias o Hack
ready at all hours, meets all
Traiii9. Orders may he left
nt New England Kitchen
Your Patronage Solicited 1
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CJava and IVTocna
Tor Sale by CIRREY & CO.
Directlv on the road to Naco.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Your Patronage Solicited.
CHARLES HULL, PROPRIETOR
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WALLPAPER, ETC. 8
Don"lrlnEneatly Main Street 8
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DAWSON A LEONARD
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fine wines a: liouorsa:
Keg Beer on Draught
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1 the Capitol 1
Jesse Moore Whiskey
3sy2ey WWhWW "$Wty&&'Q&W$&'tyftyMfQ$
Proprietor . . .
Bisbee's Favorite Resort
St. Louis Beer
Agent for Anheuser-Busch
Wholesale and Retail
Harris & Greener 1
Dealers in Winest Liquors I
Cold Beer on Draught
J. E. BROWN & CO.
FINEST LIQUORS, '
LETSON & WHALEY
T . Sr : : S?: 8P 3-. fj: : If: .-
UPPER HAIN STREET
Near the Flood Gate
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L. C. Shattuck
Finest Brands of
Opposite Public Library
Full Assortment i
Now Goes into
500 Homes Every Week.
An Advertisement iu the Review
Roaches the PeorT"
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