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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 2 February 1901

M$- COCHISE EEVIEW : SATDBDAI EVENING. FEBRUARY 2. 1901 m PKOFKSSONAI. 5 SB fs - BffilttK i TERRITORIAL A; NEWS 1 Tr'fe4-rp' Tfmc Cullrl Pfrtm Oiif FVrtianorc w IV T i. " A J T -.-.1 n w kv List A) Arizona Local Events M ? saaaasaaaaasasaassaaa Phoenix is to have a now city char ter. The nice meeting to be held in Tuc son this month is attracting consider able attention throughout the terri tory. Hon. John B. Wright, son of the late Charles W. Wright, of Tucson, was ad mitted to practice in the supremo court last week. Phoenix Lodge No. f and Kinsley Lodge No. 8, A. O. U. W. of Phoenix have consolidated. The poll tax law is now awaiting the Governor's decapitating ax. The bill repealing this law having passed both houses or tne xjegisiaiuro. Mike Rice, backed by the Young Men's democratic club of Phoenix, con templates starting n newspaper. Mike is a good writer and a true blue demo crat, but thero are several papers there now Michael. The total amount of school money expended in th...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 2 February 1901

UN &A w5 .Hi. rSSsfl WHU, IIKI ril ill WTOi THE) COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1901 THE CANANEA. Its Big Copper Mines. Col. Greene's Success M. P. Freeman, President of the Consolidated National Bank, of Tucson, has just returned from Cananea, Son ora, where he has beon visiting W. C. Greene, President of the Cananea Con solidated Copper Company. In explan ation of an apparent confusion of titles, Mr. Freeman explained to a Star re presentative that the Cananea Consoli dated Copper company was tho title under which tho company was incorpo rated in Mexico, the Greene Consoli dated Copper company being the Amer ican corporation, and owning all of tho stock of tho former company. The Co bro Grando company is tho name of the company with which Greene has had a long legal contest for tho control of the property, and which was finally settled by a compromise that removed all dif ferences and gave to Greene absoluto control of all the properties. Mr. Freeman was at tho mines th...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 2 February 1901

COOHISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 2. 1901 -J V v 1 ' 5 J K4" . ' P '., V" , llf rf g SCHOOL CHANGE. Rearrangement of Classes-Pleasant farewell Party. " For some (imo a chntifjc in the ar rangement of the classes in the public school has been in contemplation, tho object being to relieve tho pressure on tho lower grades. Additional seats were ordered, have arrived and are now being put in position. The change will take place Monday next and is as follows: The eighth grade, formerly in Mrs. Dyer's room, will go into Principal Smallwood's room, und the sixth grade, which has been in Miss Cassin's room, will hereafter bo taught by Mrs. Dyer. Miss Cassin will have charge of both Ejections of tho fifth grade. The np- per section of tho third grade will go into Miss Minus' room, and tho upper section of tho second grade will go to Miss PfalTenburger. Tho upper sec tion of the first grade will go to Miss Hill, and the upper receiving class to Miss Warning. Tho soventh grade, which...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 2 February 1901

8 COCHISE REVIEW : SATUJRDAI EVENING. FEBRUARY 2. 11 STILES SPEAKS He States That the Low is Pres sing Him too Far. is Now Living in an Abandoned Cave But Nobody Knows Where That Cave Is. Stiles Writes With Much Feeling. Tho Citizen publishes a letter from Stiles which was received lust week by E. P. Drow of Tucson. Everybody in tho territory is acquainted with tho published nc counts of tho train robbery with which Stiles' narao has been connected in the courts, and also with tho published ac counts of tho testimony of Alvord and Bravo John, against whom Stiles turn ed states' evidence. It was understood by Stiles, and in deed tho report was generally circulat ed through tho territory by tho press, that tho prosecution promised Stiles his freedom from further molestation on this count if Stiles, during the trial, gavo whatever ovidence against the two other prisoners. Gave at Friend Ed: I writo you this note so that you will pleaso send my watch and chain to my wife immediately, fo...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 9 February 1901

'j-' , -. i) COCHISE REVIE PfiEOENUT' v A i OH'Akera , yf?- VOLUME V. BISBEE, AEIZONA, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 9, 1901. NUMBER 6 lM it ' lfc- f A? "TTVT " TT TIT a 4i inc Operations in Cochise County, Sonora and TK- U.. 4l, T.JfT, v MOCTEZUMA COPPER COMPANY A Description of a Biq Industry in Southern Sonora. Allen T. Bird writing in the Oasis says: During tho soveral years now the public have known there was a -big cop per mine and reduction works over in the Moctezuma district of Sonora: but it has been so far away that but little information of what was going on over there came to the outside world, and from what has been made known one can form no idea of tho extent and mag nitude of tho mines and works and the importance of tho great industry creat ed near Nacozari by tho Moctezuma Copper Co., one of tho allied corpora tions owned and controlled by Phelps, Dodge & Co., of New York, who also control the Copper Qneen mines at Bisbee, Arizona, tho big copper mines at Morenci...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 9 February 1901

4 -.vv u 'JW.3 tMJMIMWSTMWW' OOOHISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 9, 1901 (3ai0acss3ineKxa:n'n''- - PROMISING PROSPECT. Another feeder to Bisbee's Prosper ity Being Developed. For some montbs pnst a party of Bisbee gentlemen, comprising Allan Knight, Charles Wright, C. W. Hicks and others, have been quietly and per sistently developing a group of copper claims in Dixie canyon, two miles and a half in a northerly direction from town. The work is being prosecuted under the personal supervision of Allan Knight, a practical miner of many years experience in Arizona and Mex ico. A representative of the "Review re cently visited the camp, which con sists of three tents pleasantly situated in a crotch in the hills near a spring, and but a short distance below the main shaft. This shaft is on an incline of about 45 degrees, equipped with ladders and the necessary hoisting ap- Earatus, and at the time of the visit ad been put down to a depth of 45 feet. At tho bottom is a good body of...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 9 February 1901

V.-BK" ,r?. ' VHj THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1901 ft": wvwwvw'' INBWS OF THE CITV vf Traveling men have overrun Bisbee this week These gentlemen And a fast growing business in this section of Arizona. Miss Lulu Howe left for California on Thursday. She was accompanied as far as Bonson by her brother. The ceraeterv committee have de cided to give a grand ball at the opera house on the evening of February 22d, the proceeds to be devoted towards the improvement of the cemetery. Almost overy day word is received by the numerous friends of B. J. O'Reilly from El Paso telling of his improved condition. However, he is still under the doctor's car and the date of his departuao for Naco has not yet been fixed. H. E. Lamson, of the Gila Valley BaKery at Safford, is a Bisbee visitor this week. Mr. Xamson has visited Pearce, Turquoise and Nogales the past week, and is in Bisbee looking for an opening for a bakery. Work has been delayed during the present week on the several build...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 9 February 1901

ihjiifci mtmm I lllTl HI "7 ,"-' THE COOHISE REVIEW, SA1UKDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1901 . COCHISE REVIEW Published Every Saturday by W. B. KELLY, Editor. Entered at the Postofflce at Bisbee, Ariz., as second-class mail 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 Hue for each insertion. Subscription Ono Month 25 cents. BISBEE, ARIZ., FEB. 0, 1901. THE LEGISLATURE. COUNCIL. Cochlso C. C. AVarner Republican Maricopa J. M. Ford Democrat Plinu J. B. Finley Democrat Yuma K. S. Ives Democrat Pinnl George P. Blair...I)emocrot Yavapai H. T. Andrews Democrat Graham C. M. Shannon Democrat Navajo Colin CampbellRepublican Oila S B. Claypjol Democrat Mohave M. G. Burns Democrat Coconino M. J. Kiordan Republican Apache F S. Perkins Republican ASSEMBLY. Cochlso Mike Gray Doir.ocrot Cochlso Steve Roomer Democrat Cochise H. M, Woods Republican Maricopa P. P. Parker Democrat Maricopa J. P I...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 9 February 1901

THE COOHISE REVIEW SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1901 5 I'KOFESSONAI, f TERRITORIAL X NEWS W Interesting Items Culled From Our Ezchange w W List A: Arizona Local Events $ THE MOUNTAIN CITY. Mining News from Globe and Inter esting Items of a Personal Nature. Olllceis of Globo Camp G. A. R. were installed last week. J. F. Pntton, who has been in the mercantile business at Globo for years, has removed to El Paso. Miss Lillian MeCabo left for Clifton Friday morning for a protracted visit. flnniirn GnnilwTn hns two men nt work sinking a shaft on a copper vein j at tno springs in ireuo guicn wnicn shows about twenty inches of good copper ore. Morris Belknap has sold all his inter ests in this vicinity and expects to leave within a few weoks on a recreation trip, and possibly may not return to Globe. Mi. Hardesty is in Globe frou Cali fornia. He is an indefatigable oil hunt er. He visited the reputed oil well near Sailord, and thinks there are en couraging indications of oil in that proposition. H...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 9 February 1901

r--ftt'jt v TfSFS i t O iKftift VI W rJfF$iT. 2" THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1901 '. y-' BOUND OVER. Two Hobos Break Into a Car at Lewis Springs. Captured Two Miles Distant in the Hills With Stolen Goods in Their Possession-Confessed the Crime. Last Sunday nisrht a merchandise car was side tracked at Lewis Springs, eu route to Naco, and contained a varied assortment of articles ranging1 from confectionery to hardware, and from farming implements to office fixtures and stationery. Shortly after the car had been set out two weary hobos ar riyed on tho scene from Benson en route to Bisbee. The merchandise car at once attracted their attention and gave promise of a good night's lodgin with good prospects for even moro, and they were not long In breaking the seal and effecting an entrance. The con tents of tho car exceeded thoir wildest expectations. The first case of mer chandise that attracted thoir attention was marked "Rock and Rye." This was a first prlzo. Not satisfie...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 9 February 1901

OOlttOHCKdM CO0HI8E REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 9. 1901 0 RESIDENCE BURNED MAY VISIT PHOENIX. GRAND It Adjoins the Methodist Church and that Structure Has a Nar row Escape from Destruction The volunteer fire department had another opportunity Tuesday evening to prove that they are worthy of the hearty support and commendation of our citizens. But for their timely ar rival at thescenco of the conllagration Tuesday night the ne v Methodist church would undoubtedly been de stroyed, and with the burning of that eaitlce, other buildings in the. same vicinity would have been consumed. The fire started in a saall frame res idence adjoining theichuroh on the wes i and was occupied by Mr. and Mrs. J Kelley. Mrs. Kelly was In the house alone and was sitting by a 'able when the Rochester lamp biased out of tho ' ohimnoy. Mrs. Kelley endeavored to extinguish the blaze with a large cape she was wearing but was enible to do ' so, and by this time tho oil had ignited . and the table and fl...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 9 February 1901

kS3S -J V" "flprjVT " 'Mfl r yxv9 ' $ 'f" ms COOEISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 9 1.K1 MINE INSPECTORS A Bill In trod need in the Legisla ture Creating this Office. Arizona Divided Into Two Districts The Inspector to be Appointed by the Governor-Bill Introduced by Houston of Gila County. Following is a bill introduced in the houso last week by Representative Houston of Gila county. Mr. Houston is a member of Globe Miners' Union No. 60. Bo it enacted -by the Legislative As sombly of tho Territory of Arizona Section 1. For the purposes of this act this tomtory shall be uMdeu into mining districts, to bo Known as the rf.nMi on1 cnfr :limr mi niiiir fl iafrvlpti the northern district to include Yava pai, Mobavo, Coconino, Navajo and Apache counties, and tho southern dis trict to include Maricopa, Yuma, Pinal, Pima, Santa Cruz, Cochise, Graham and Gila counties. Sec 2 It shall bo the duty of the governor, with tho advico and consent of tho council, to appoint a citizen of this t...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 16 February 1901

iMiaBi k , A. . rffc -S i ' ' COCHISE .N "- VOLUME V. BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 16. 1901. REVIEW . A7 NUMBER 6 lfftP& V r&& f A3N X THE iit r ij - nu: J vypcrctllUllS 111 v-utniav. fc TL U.. - -wt i 3333 3333333333333S' Arizona's Copper Fields. In quoting and commenting upon a paragraph printed 1n the Los Angeles Mining Review, the Arizona Blade, of FJoronce, gives expression to some statements of fact that should bo care fully noted by all who are seeking in vestment in copper properties. The paragraph which the Blade quotes from is as follows: "Mr. Heinzo has been dabbling in figures. He is quoted as saying that if the copper market holds up and he is not 'held up' during the next four years, he can take $20,000,000 profit out of the ground iu the Butto district (Montana), and at the end of that time be among tho largest producers of cop per in the world. Hr. Helnze should get down into Arizona, and then he could easily double those llguers within his...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 16 February 1901

via? IHM f. UuCHJ.SE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 16. 1901 'toB I -. NACO HAPPENINGS Weekly Epitome of Events in Our Thriving Border Town. Locals and Personals, Etc. (Prom oir Regular Correspondent) The Greeno Consolidated Copper Co received by freight last Wednesday a traction engine and throe cars. This train is to bo used between Naco and their mines at the Cananeas in hauling freight. The ongine is large and powerful ard hams threo massive cars, each holding several tons of freight. The traction road this cop per concern is building is now com pleted to within 12 miles of Naco, and as soon as tho road reaches there .this train will be put into operation. Tho poles for tho telephone lino have arrived and are now being put up. It will not bo long boforo telephone com munication can bo had ,from here to tho larcre connor works at the Cananea. Tho phones at Naco are to be put in at an early date and then our citizens will have direct communication with Bisbeo and other towns....

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 16 February 1901

WBkW .. mp. l'VJJff "fi COCHISE BEYIEW : BATDEDAY EVENING. FEBEUAEY 16. 1901 13 f. u. M" i,.i , . r$$$ i , V- The Valentine festival. r St. John's Guild gave another enter tainment at tho opera house on Tues day ovening, tho proceeds of which will go to swell the building fund for a now Episcopal church building. The booths prepared and decorated by the ladies of tho St, John's Guild were even prettier than those of the Red Festlv.al, and were decorated in a man ner which showed how much labor and thought had been expended in their preparation. At tho flower booth, Mrs. Webb, Mrs. Donald and Miss Wilkinson pre sided. And early in tho evening tho supply of California flowers wero ex hausted. At the confectionery booth Mr,s. Tellam was in charge and was assisted by several of Bisbeo's young ladles anxious to lend a holplng hand in mak ing the evening's entortalnment a suc cess. At the Valentino booth comic and prettily designed valentines were of fered for sale and many in the audi en...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 16 February 1901

Siommr2zz2li ia&SKSKBmT1 wmw Tm? r jsiwfrr ,. f-PFf " Hr''jmr : ,y imt?w&mm?- ' $&,' "fry 'tTf THEjffCOCHISE KEVIEW, SAQ.UEDAY, FEBRTJAKY 16, 1901 COCHISE REVIEW Published Every Saturday by V. B. KELLY, Editor. Entered at the Postofflce at Bisbee, Ariz., as second-class mail 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 line for each insertion. Subscription One Month 23 cents. BISBEE, ARIZ., FEB. 10. 1001. THE LEGISLATURE. COUNCIL. Coehlte C. O. Warner Republican Maricopa ..J.M. Ford Democrat Plina J. B. Fluley Democrat Yuma E.S. Ives Democrat Pinal -..George P. Blair...Democrat Yavapai H T. Andrew i.. ..Democrat Graham 0. M Shannon ....Democrat Navajo Colin Campbell-Republican Gila S B. Claypjol Democrat Mohave M G, Burns Democrat Coconino M. J. Rlorilan Republican Apache P S. Perkins Republican ASSEMBLY. Cochise Mike Gray Democrat Cochise Steve Koemer....

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 16 February 1901

i THE COOHISE BEVIEW SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1901 PKOFESSONAL t w-r v ?ifc jf TERRITORIAL 2C NEWS 1 T4AMA4nv lmc Pnllo4 Fnm Out F?7rhan0e W List ?. Arizona fROAV GRAHAM COUNTY. Interesting News Items from Clifton, Morenci and the Gila Valley. Alexander Veitch, assistant superin tendent of the Arizona Copper Com pany, arrived in New York from Eu rope last week with his bride. They will spend a week or two in the eastern states, before returning to Clifton. A force of men were put to work Monday last to raise the depot building at Clifton four feet. It will rest upon a stone foundation. The room now occupied by the express office will be converted into a waiting room for pas sengers. C. E. Hill, M. Ravold and Mr. Hilts, all of Sk Louis, spent the past week here examining the Homesteake group of gold mines recently purchased from Col. Dell. M. Potter, which are located about a mile and a half from Clifton. The output of . the Arizona Copper company for last month was 832 tons Bessemer c...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 16 February 1901

'MBW ??' vffi? HflP "fFJSK trLO&mr x& J SZZW1' THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1901 fa&i wm X S& BREEZY CORRESPONDENCE The Capital Building. Shannon Strong Against County Division for Graham County. Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 8, 1001. Editor Review: It is probable that in the entire history of legislation in Arizona there has never been as sembled a body of law makers so nearly typical of the honest, sturdy conserva tive kind of citizen as tho present one. It is remarkable that they have none of the characteristics of the long eared animal that has no pride of an cestry or hope of posterity, as was said of the Twentieth Assembly; nor are any of them "crap shooters" and "tin homes," as was aliened of the Nine teenth; but each one seems inspired by tho desire to do only tnose things wnicn will meet with praise from his con stituents and insure a brighter halo in the years to come. It has been discovered that the re suit of the laboi'9 (?) of the Code Com- mislon i...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 16 February 1901

BWrJJK Wk THE) COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1901 Blf j K V :a .wry - l N i & B . t K? Hap i,V Ed. Schultz, one of tho popular com- The Arizona legislature adjourned Brajfi a moioial Uuveleis who make Arizona, on Wednesday last 10 receive tho Cali- HhHj t . . ..-- snent Wednesday and Thursday in Bis- fornia press association, who are en HBfST 4 lltlWo Ur 4 beo in the interests of his firm. routo from San Francisco w i ..,. m THE CITV 5 Robt. Best, anold-timo Bisbeo minor, had his arm broken in tho mines at Pearco last week. Mrs. Mike Brophy, who has been visiting her parents In Oakland, Cali fornia, returned home last "Wednesday after an absence of two months. Mrs. Brophy was met at Benson by Mr. Brophy. Mrs. Kelly and sister, Miss Donovan, wore hurriedly summon d to San Diego on account of tho serious illness of their mother. George Dunn left on yesterday for a visit to Arispe in Sonora. He expects to be gone about ten days. For Sale One full three horse power upright ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 16 February 1901

raSfflffiHWappi ' . M TT?w- JfjM& - 'FTP; 'lESSs I COCHISE REVIEW : SATUEDAT EVENING. FEBKUARY 16 191,1 Wml Bullion fax Bill. (proceed?, which list or rsies3nunt roll &$'&-&&&W&&'& Z2igL&&i:SL&Z:SLSZ;Z::j&SL:&:Si:mi&iis r. 1x1 Following is tho bill introduced in tho house by Hon. Charles Peterson of Maricopa count' "Taxing tho Not Pro ceeds of Mines:" HOUSE BILL NUMBER NINE. An Act Taxing tho Net Proceeds of Mines. Be it enacted by the Legislative As sembly of tho Territory of Arizona: Section 1. All tho proceeds of mines, including ores, tailings, borax, soda and mineral bearing material of what ever character, shall bo assessed for the purpose of taxation for territorial and county purposes, annually, in tho following manner: From the gross yiold returned, or value of all ores, tailings, borax, soda or mineral bearing mate rial of whatever charactor, there shall be deducted tho actual cost of extract ing the said ores or ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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