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UOGH'ltfK J1TOEW : SATUKDA EVENING. DEOEMBEIi S. 1900
Published Everr Saturday,by v
W. B. KELLY, Editor.
Entered at the Postofflce at Blsbee,
Ariz., as second-class mall matter.
Advertising rates will be made known
on application to this office. Legal pub
lications in conformity with Territorial
Statutes. Reading notices, 10 cents a
Mne for each insertion.
Communications relating to news or
editorial matter should be addressed to
Editor Cochisk Review,
All remittances and business letters
etc., should be addressed to The Bisbem
B1SBEE, ARIZ., DEC. 8, 1900.
Coohlse. .CO. Warner Republican
Maricopa J. M. Ford..- Deuioornt
llma J. B. Vlnley Domoorat
Yuma K. S. Ives Demoorat
Plnnl Georgo P. Blolr...Demoornt
Yavapai H T. Andrews. ...Democrat
Graham CM. Shannon ....Democrat
Navajo Colin CampV-e:i...KepubHcan
Glln S B. Claypjol .Demoorat
Mohuve M. G. Burns Demoorat
Coconino M. J. Rlordan...Republlcan
Apache -P. S. Perkins ...Republican
Cuuhlaa ... .
Oochlis .Steve Itoemer . Demoorat
Cochlie -H. M. Woods. . -Republican
Maricopa P. P. Parker. . ...Democrat
Maricopa J P. Ivy Demoorat
Marloopa -Chat. Patersen ....Democrat
Maricopa -B A. Fowler Republican
Pinal Wm. Beard Democrat
' Pinal Alex. Barker.. ..Democrat
Pima Sam Barkley Democrat
Pima . ....A. C. Bernard Democrat
Pima Joe Corbett . ...Republican
Yavapai ....0, L. Gerr Demoorat
Yavapai F. R, Ward Demoorat
Yavnp"at T. E Camp'oll...Ropubllcan
-Mohave .KeanSt. Charlestomoorat
.Coconino . ...James Walsh Demoorat
K,vao , W J Morgan .Democrat
Apoohe Richard Gibson. ..Republloan
-" Yuma Jessie Crouch Demoorat
8 rah am -Andrew Kimball Domoorat
rabam E. J. I Jams .Demoorat
Santa Orui A H. Noon .Democrat
Glln..'. C. L. Houston.... Domoorat
Qanf reseman J. P. Wilson Prescott
Qovfrnor N. O. Murphy Phcsulx
Hecretary C. H. Akers Phoenix
Auditor G. W. VICKERS Phoenix
Treasurer T. W. Pemberton Phoenix
Attorney Gen O. F. Ainsworth Phuanix
Adj. Gen H. F. Robinson Phaonix
Supt, of Schools R. L. Long Phoenix
JCDIOIABY DBPaBTMEMT SUPBBSIE COURT.
Chief Justloe Webster Street. . ..Pbcsnlx
Asso. Justloe R. K. Sloan Prescott
Asso. Justloe F. M. Doan Floronco
Asso. Justice G R.Davis... Tucson
Clerk Thomas Grindell Ph jouix
0. S. Marshal .W. M. Griffith Tucson
U. 8 Dlst. Atty... R. E. Morrison...Prescou
Clerk- Dlst Court.. W . O. Foster Phoenix
In Library Hall last Sunday
Eev. T. G. Pritohard in speaking
of the conditions in Biabee said
that in his knowledge there was no
camp or town in the entire terri
tory where more men were more
constantly employed on a good sal
ary than in the camp of Bisbee.
This is an undisputablo fact and
has come to be recognized through
out the entire mining regions of
,.the west. The consideration shown
'- the employees of the Copper Queen
Mining. Company is proverbial in
every miningcampin the territory;
the;welfare and prosperity of the
men in the employ of this company
has always been provided for in
keeping with the other improve
ments whioh have from time to
time been inaugurated.. It is a
natural consequence that the min
ers and other employees should "be
a contented and prosperous lot.
Laboring men as a rule or quick
to recognize the methods and in
tentions of their employer and each
new innovation which bodes for
their general welfare, as well as
that of the company, is responded
to by a hearty co-operation on their
part. And so in Bisbee we find
corporation and employee working
hand in hand for. the general wel
fare of both. While other com
munities have been shaken to the
very center by discontent among
it mployees, the Copper Queen
has 'yet to experience its first trou
ble of this character. Somewhere
in the" management of this big cor
poration there must be a guiding
hand who recognizes the true worth
of honest, sober and reliable era
, ployees. May the conditions of
contented Bisbee always remain
with us and let us hope that the
year 1901 will find us in the same
happy condition of more men more
constantly employed on a good sal
ary than any other camp in the
The Eeyiew job office for
REFUND THE BONDS.
During next year part of the
in debtedness of Cochise county
whioh is bearing an exorbitant rato
of interest will become duo. The
refunding of those bondB, whioh
requires a speoial act of congresses
an economical question which will
effect the pocket book of overy tax
payer in Cochise county. These
bonds can bo refunded in the oast
at a rate of interest not to oxceed
five or six per cent and in all pro
bability at a lower rate. With
Uub outstanding indebtedness re
funded at a lower rate of interest
we shall see the tax rato in Cochiso
county tumble from the enormous
figure of $4.20 on each 8100 valua
tion to about two per cent. This
is a matter which must constantly
be before our incoming board of
supervisors and the successful re
funding of these bonds, at a lower
rate of interest, would be a feather
in their official cap which no one
would try to dislodge. Our next
delegate to congress, Hon. Marcus
A. Smith, is fully alive to the situ
ation and has promised to securo
the passage of the necessary act
through Congress at the earliest
possible moment. With a reduc
tion of the tax rate in this county
which has grown to bo a burden,
an impetus would be given to overy
worthy enterprise within our boun
daries. People would be more wil
ling than ever to invest their capi
tal here and the saving made by
means of a reduced tax rate would
create a surplus whioh could be
put into further improvements.
A good lesson was administered
to a crowd of small boys last week
who have been in the habit of gath
ering on the street corners in the
evening and making jeering re
marks to passers by both ladies
and gentlemen. Officer Thomas
gathered the orowd in and present
ed them before His Honor Star
Williams. The officer told his
story and with severe and austere
manner the judge pronounced his
sentence. The culprits were search
ed which revealed a collection of
jack knives, tops, pieces of string,
etc. The youngsters were thor
oughly frightened and visions of
a night in the calabose rose un
comfortably before them. Just as
the officer was about to depart with
his string of prisoners, the court
remitted the fine and substituted a
good moral lecture. The trial had
been prearranged between the offi
cer and the court and the scare and
lecture administered by the judge
will have the desired effect.
To the many brother editors
throughout Arizona who have
spoken a kind word for us on our
new venture in the newspaper field
we feel very gratful. These have
helped us over some of the canyons
of dissapointment and mountains
of despair that surrounded us in
the very beginning. The Arizona
Press as a whole represents earn
est, conscientious, hard work
ing men who have labored early
and late for the upbuilding of this
territory. We hope they will all
live to see the success of their la
bors returned to them an hundred
The material for the transforma
tion of th Bevibw into an eight
page publication has been delayed
on the way from Los Angeles and
we are compelled to confine our
selves to the old ike. "Watch for
the .Review next week. It will be
a model of neatness and the eight
pages will be alive with interesting
In another column will be found
a list of contributors to the Galrea
ton relief fund. Generous Bisbee,
her citizens hare always respond
ed nobly for the benefit of the suf
fering. A new townaite in this section
of the county is becoming almost a
Kean 8t. Charles, member ot
the legislature from Mohave coun
ty, has come out flat footed against
the bullion tax whioh would bo a
double assessment in this territory
and a blow aimed at our main industry.
5 GEORGE DUNN
t PROPRIETOR.... i a
Bisbee's Favorite yc
j MAIN STREET J
Imported Liquors and Cigars
J. K. BROWN & CO., PROPS.
FULL ASSORTMENT OF....
MAIN ST., OPPOSITE CAN-CAN.
Ranninger Bros. $ OlbUe
A PLEASANT RESORT
BEER ALWAYS ON TAP
Can Can Building Main Street
DAWSON & LEONARD,
MAIN ST. PROPRIETORS
Harris & Greener
. Dealers in Wines, Liqoojis and
Main Street opposite Pubiu Libimy
One mllo below town in thn Cool
Cottonwood. Call once umljou
will alwn come aunlti.
LETS0N & WHALEY, Proprietors.
' BEER and CIGARS
Main Strest, BUbce, Arizona.
Wlne, Liquors and Clcixrs
B. M. Vocuvlch, Brewery Avenue
St Louis Beer Hall
L. C. Shattuck Prop.
Finest Brands of
AND CIGARS . , .
4f sot (or Anhouier-Buioli
Wholesule mid Retail.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED
MEN. COCHISK Tribe No. 7..
moot overy Thureday eenlnsr
nt the Opera House Hall Vih
Itlntf brothers cordially invi
ted. James X. Campbell, Sachem
John Munch. C. o
Dr. Jidmuudeoii. Mcdicino Mtin
WARREN CAMP NO 9.
W WOODMEN OF THE
WORLD, meets every
second nndf ourthMondaj
at the opera house Vis
iting member coid Hilly
J A. MILLER, C C,
V V.JOHNSTON Sec.
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE No. 12,
r F. & A. M. Meets first Thursday
of each month. Visitinc breth
ren cordially invited to attend.
, C C. Warneh, W. M.
L. Bbown, Secrotnrv
T ANDMARK CHAPTER No. 6.,
J- R. A. M. Regular Convoca
tions third Tuesday in o irh
month, 8:15 p. m. Visltinp com
panions in ,jood stand lug gladly
V. R. STILES. H. P.
FnANK J. Ghaf. Sec.
QUEEN LODGE NO. C, A.
O. U. W., moets every
Saturday cvoiiinur. Vis
iting brother cordially I
Alfred Godfrey, W. M. '
Rlehard Humphrey, Rec.
H. C. Frasor v inancior.
!&., I2ISBEE LODGE NO. 10, I. O. O.
SrSSS:: '.i uieois every neunesuny
33SwKs: evoninir. Visitinsr brothers
' cordially Invited to attend.
ALVKED Goni'BEY, N. G.
Emile Mabks, R. S.
No. 53, meotsevpiy
I' r k t nml third
month. Visit! uk
members aro cor
vC-Vo!? i- '
Wfc.'." ' .-. , v
Fred h'van. Secretory
DenlerB in Dry Goods, Groceni'S
Hard.varo, Boots nnd Shoes
PurchasiriK and Forwarding Aetus
Custom Hou?e Brokers.
Plea. JJoiiffiniits, CnUo, etc.
French Restaurant Meals Served In
Thos. Pinelli Naco, Arizona
Spzcialtfci In French Goodi
and a Large Assortment of
TAKE A HACK
Ed Price who has a Hack
ready at all hours, meets all
Trains. Ordere may bo left
at New England Kitchen.' g
Qio. TELEPHONE 50
Your Patronage Solicited
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
La florita, Sonora, flexico
S NAVARRO, PROPRIETOR
The Choicest Cuts of tender and
well-fed Beef, Mutton, Sausage, etc
PROPERTY LOOKED AFTER
Bisbee Real Estate Co.
Bisbee Bill Posting Co.
H. B. riASON. Manager
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Dealer in Watches, Clocks,
I Spectacles, Stationery, Wallpaper, etc.
Kcpnlriu(? Neatly Done
MAIN STREET, - BISBEE, ARIZ.
. VKl 1
MRS. M. BlErVETT, Proprlafor.
BOOTS, SH0ESAND SLIPPERS
For Ladles and Gentlemen.
MAIN ST., TWO DOORS ABOVE POST 0ITICE
Bisbee Drug o.
PAIISTS AND OILS
Main St. Mrs. A. W. Strumm, fvop.
First-Class Restaurant. Board by the
Day, Week or Month.
Day and Night
Main St., above
t Palace Stables
REPAIRS AND RENTS
roeit works hey t -tlncr
a specialty. OiffJ.
iuuus, sewing macnlplw
and bicycles repaired
RAMBLER BICYCLES SOLO
City garber Shop
Bath Roam and Porcelain Tubs
Ennle Marks Proprietor.
Everything First Class.
Cheap CASH Store.
Choice Fumily Groceries, Frosh Fruits ot
rtll hinds received dally. Wines. Liquors,
Citfaru unci Tobuccos, Goods doIUored free.
rusjauGovacH & nobile
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Estimates of Uuildingi
OFFICE: J. H. JACK LUMBER COMPANY
EASTMAN'S KODAKS gf.$
rhotographlu Supplies. Developing
uuu .filming at juowost Kates.
G. P HART & CO.
Open Day and Night
Short Orders a Specialty
Meals served to families
Whitehead & Marchell, Proprietors.
Bisbee Candy Kitchen
Fresh Candies Every Day
Ice Cream. Sodu Water,
Lomouado Milk Shakes.
A Wig Cold Drink for 5 Cents
T. A. TATE, Prop
General Blacksmithing. Horseshoe
ing a specialty. Above Floodgate.
C. K. BARM
Baggage and Express
Handled With Care.
Leuve orders with S. K Williams. Tel No
Theo. F. rietz, Prop.
OfHee and nrks. Tnmh.tnnnnn.l m.k..
Soda Water, Sarsopurllla, Ginger A o, hte!
uruers rrom ntrona will rcoelre prompt at
luimuu, wruers tor m oiry ot .
be delivered free without delay.
Bisbee Assay Oftice.
All Work Guaranteed
Or Money Refunded.
Kodak Pictures S?'riKS
Offlcc, Nob Hill.
ALf. TELLMAN - - - Proprietor
I J. C. RAUB
,- 15 -
m a us
Wines, Liquors and Cigar
& Muheim; r
DreTvery Avenue. Bisbee Arliona,
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