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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 23 February 1901

l?rrfrT?r C&ikT- wHA lTv, -a6; '- lays ( mw -mmm4jm$4)mm m p 1 1. in p( iwj wWm- COCHISE REVIEW .fMn :!.M,' ! UMM . 1. V I .. I J . r . J BISBEE, ABIZONA, SATUEDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 23. 1901. 4 VOLUME V. NUMBER 7 y 4 1JT1LJ 0 Operations in Cochise County, Sonora and jj? Throughout the Territory i aa-aaada aaaaaaaaaaaaa Arizona's Metal Output. J. J. Valentine, president of Wells, Fargo & Co., has issued his annual re port of the metals produced in the states and territories west of the Mis souri river, including British Colum bia and the Yukon district. The report states that the total gross result in 1900 was $229,315,427, of which gold contributed $99,100,733; copper $69,752,284, and silver $42,402,502. The combined output of these metals the last year was the greatest in the history of this country and Canada. The world's production of gold, esti mated at $230,000,000, shows a dec; ease of $08,000,000 as compared with 1899. Australia mined $6,000,000 less, while the nroduc...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 23 February 1901

SS5lHWffSPfaHB '"' a ' ' if? UU0H1SE REVIEW . SATURDAY EVEJKUSG. FEBRUARY 23. 1901 NACO HAPPENINGS QUIETLY MARRIED. NACO ADVERTISEMENTS. RELIABLE FIRMS. y 2 J' X DOUGLAS TOWNSITE. A New Town on the Border that Will Rival Nooales. It is not an unusual circumstance in the west that new towns are made in a day and within a year become cen-. ters of commercial importance. The townslto of Douglass, which has been surveyed and blocked, givos promise of becoming in the near future a town of importance, founded on never fail inn roknurnna. which ns the surround ing country is developed, caused by the building of the South Western rail road.to Nacozari and also its early con nection with the S. P. or El Paso, will tend to increase its voiumo oi uusiness, Tim T?pvraw hiw ifrnined from (?iv- ' ing an extended write-up of Douglas because the title to the townsito land had not been finally udjusted and no lots were for sale. Now all this has Vnnn ornniilntpfl. find Jis S0011 as lots were oflored...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 23 February 1901

L. t f . . u. BLOWN TO ATOMS. Seven Miners Killed by an Explosion at Ash Peak District in Graham County. Duncan, Ariz., Fob. 18. At noon on Saturday, 1,500 pounds of giant powder exploded in the mine of the Commorco Gold and Silver mining company at Ash Peak. 0 Seven men aro dead as a result of the fearful blast. The names of the dead aro: -. . Godfrov, Wilford Wilson, Joe Alamo, John 6'Conner, Joe Phillips, and rt,ni..c.n'Viiil nil sintrlo man. ana J. T. Caid, who leaves a wife and two children. , . t. Two men who were working on the fifty foot level wore rescued alivo. Two of the bodies of those killed wero found yesterday at the bottom of the 200-foot shaft. Every bono in both of their bodies was broken, by the aw ful force of the concussion in the' con fined space at the bottom of the mine. The bodies bore the appearance of having been crushed under a heavy weight, the blood oozing from mouth and oars and nose, and the skulls smashed from being cast up against the rocky wall of ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 23 February 1901

1 ETf 15,) ffipw- TY" , THERCOCHISE KEVIEW, SA1TJKDAY, FEBEUARY 23, 1901 iw ' i,p W, ', I 1 COCHISE REVIEW Published Every Saturday by J W. B. KELLY, Editor. V " Entered at the Postofflce at Bisbee, Ariz., as second-class mail matter. I Advertising rates will be made known on application to this office. Legal pub lications in conformity with Territorial (Statutes. Reading notices, 10 cents a .'ine for each insertion. Subscription One Month 25 cents. ( BISBEE, ARIZ., 'FEB. 23, 1901. THE LEGISLATURE. i COUNCIL. r Cochise O. C. Warner.....Reiubllcnn "Maricopa J. M. Ford.. Domoorat . pima J. H. Flnley i..Democrat Yumn E.S. Ives.-..-. Democrat Pinal -.George P. Blair...Democrnt Yavapai H. T.Audrews Democrat Graham C. M Shannon.....Democrat Navajo Colin Campbell-Republican GUa S B. Claypjol Democrat '. Mohave M G. Burns Democrat Coconino M. J. Rlordan Republican ' Apache F S. Perkins Republican ASSEMBLY. Cochise Mike Gray Democrat Cochise Steve Roemor....-Domoorat Cochise H, M. Woods Ropu...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 23 February 1901

': yi THE COOHISE EEVIEW SATUEDAY, FEBEUAEY 23, 1901 ' ' ' ,A R' f TERRITORIAL "$t NEWS 2J Interesting Items Culled From Our Ezchange w 2i List J Arizona Local Events W FROM GRAHAM COUNTY. Interesting News Items from Clifton, V Morenci and the Gila Valley. ' Dan H. Ming, an old timer in Gra ham county and a member of the coun icll in the .Nineteenth, legislative as I'sembly, writing from Manila to the Bulletin, says: I think this is the ' making of a great country, when it be ,. comes known whether wo are to be a part of the United States or not. 'Should wo bo in the United States and vget the ;United States mining law there ' will be a great deal of mining on this j island; the country is very rich in gold . and copper, but we nave no mining laws and no authority to prospect or ' mine. Nevertheless, there is a great. .deal of prospecting going on In the part ,of the island where it Is safe. There are over 1,500 miners on the Is- "land now and they are coming' all the t while. Arizo...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 23 February 1901

nrRHST s&w&r? wtr1' "tftfff THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1901 , ,r I i . V i N "'. B' if Is';1 If ' BASE BALL. Copper Queen Store Puts the Rail roaders Out of the Game Score 20 to 4. There is a stillness that you can al most touch which pervades the A. & S. E. freight office. We shoved in there for a whilo Saturday morning, but 0 found it too oppressive. The only man that seemed to be alive and enjoying the bright sunshine was Brown, and he did not play in Friday's ball game. We took one look at Stiles and bolted. His face had the same expression Napoleon wore on his retreat from Moscow. A man named Adams, 1 think he has charge of the hardware department in the store, he looked something like Stiles also. But 'nuff said. Dugau came through the ordeal smiling and by the way Dugan, Martinez and Ru pert made the best showing in behalf of the railroaders. The roporter for the Review walked to the ball game. Passes were not good on the excursion. As a conse quen...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 23 February 1901

THE) COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1901 T?F mx ' NEWS OF THE CITY for Sale. Fine business locatton, living rooms attached. L. A. Nkmecic. i James Kelley arrived Tuesday even ing from Nacozari anil left Wednesday morning for San Diego, Cal. Johnny Toomey and Mr. McCormick left on Friday morning for Tombstone to visit with friends for a fow days. Mrs. Scott Tumor arrived from Nac ozari Tuesday evening on a visit to her mother. ' The cometery ball given by the com mittee at the opera hou-e on Friday evening was well attended and all pres ent report a very pleasant evening.; Mrs. Louise W. Howe left Monday for Johnsville, Plumas county, Califor nia, on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Perkins, who resides there. S. C. Perreno has sold all his prop erty in Bisbee, Henry Mans and Chas. Holtz being the purchasers. T. F. Darnall roceived a hurried summons to Benson today and will leave on Sunday morning's train for that place. Tom Whitehead this week sent out a lot of cast iron well c...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 23 February 1901

ra&smfojtms SSSSraSj ; u-.,f , ' TTC:r WWR-;" -Ji IrP 'i' T- "" -TtW-il'M " '''",' or - 8 COOHISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. FBRUARX 23. 1901 I - . .s-4 wXsS a.-" 'W paying Jurors in Justice Courts. "Sjustice Burnett in his" Court the oth: -er day decide and, very properly, that jurors in criminal cases are entitled to -fees. The act of 1893 repeating para graph 1981 of the revised statutes, 1 -vrhich provided for fees, was itself re pealed In 1893, and the original para graph 1981 restored and thus juor in Such cases life ve since 1895 been enti tled lo fees of $2 per day, but H.soemsj that tho restoration of the paragraph has been overlooked in tho justice courts and juors therein have been Jmadoto servo without fees in such ycases. In tho Sims case injustice Burnett's 6ourttho other 'day tho jury was detained two days and on getting ,!. voniiitt rfiiulv demanded fees, if Jthereiwas any way to get them, and in ''examining into tne nmwur, uumuo iBurnott discovered the real lega...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 2 March 1901

-m m BcwwaflSM ri , ' r 5 1 "v-j COCHISE REVIEW VOLUME V. BISBEE, ABIZONA, SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 2. 1901. NUMBER 8 ,V'W" K r &: 66? 666666 I A3N a;the a: minesa fc Operations in Cochise Countyf Sonora and W s Throughout the Territory W ('-S'd A AA AAUlAAjS The Ajo. Clarence Barnhart returned yester day from the Ajo district. Mr. Barn hart made the round trip of 183 miles on his bicycle, following the railroad down to Gila Bend and then taking the stage road out to Colonel Bean's mine, whore ho spent Bevoral days. Tho col onel had recently returned from New York, where he made arrangemouts for the shipment of a smelting and con centrating plant, which will be put up at the Ajo mine. Tho rains have been sgbundaut in that section, which is bringing up a luxuriant growth of grass and .weeds. Mr. Barnhart says that a new two story brick and concrete business build ing is being put up by Mr. Schenck at Gila Bend. The upper story is for a lodging house and the lower for a busi ness e...

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

PBmwwB"R!KSAKijt'ir .' ; - - vJfflt, ?, ji' a W yrj&jsfip, VlfRiH? W"- pwpii'" ??"? -r P.ifK.' OOOHISE REVIEW ; SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 2. l'JOl -Wf'i, yf , ' ' rf Ai-- THE UNITED CLOBE. Phelps, Dodge & Co. Resume Work on Their Globe Property. Work was resumed last Monday morning by tho United Globe mines un der the superintendence of N. S. Ber ray, and witb Chauncey Gunn as fore man. On Tuesday there wero 50 men employed and the force will bo increas ed from tlmo to tiino as the work in hand shall warrant. As already an nounced in the Silver Belt that the sinking of a now shaft would bo the first undertaknig, ground wus broken on Monday for that purpose and sink ing is progressing with two shifts em ployed. The location of tho now shaft is on the Grey claim, 420 feet south and a little west of the old shaft. It will be a three compartment shaft two compartments eaoh 4x4i feet, and one 4jx6 feet. Work will soon progress rapidly in the now shaft, from tho sur faco and from se...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 2 March 1901

tcmPwK . JHk:G- THE COCHISE REVIEW. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901 X. L i v vj NEWS OF THE CITY k.vv'- Burt Stewart left this week for Naco zari, whore he goes to take the ture manshlp of one of the outlying mines of the Moctezuraa Copper company. Jos, Martz, a prominent business mau of Naco, visited in Disboe this week. Mr. Martz ho'ds tho oilicial position of oattlo inspector at Naco. N. E. Ferguson, the proprietor of the Bisbee Drug Store, is in Los Angeles this week on business. Ho is expected homo the first of noxt week. Mr. Gates, of tho Turkey Track Cat tle company was in Bisbee Thursday evening and received anothor Masonic degree. Ho left Friday morning for Los Angeles. Messrs. Llllis and Tehaney, of the bookkeeping department in the com pany storo, visited Tucson on Sunday. Mr Lulls remained to accept a position with L. Zeckendorf & Co. Tho Elks Lodge will bo organized in Bisbee with seventy five charter mem bers. The banquet and reception ten dered visiting Elks is expected t...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 2 March 1901

' ftTH(jw, t, , "-jp!t 9fWCHPPP '"' " . ' ' $"PW PP'' 7 ?P ' WJfS1 V .1i$SjfPF r m mmtmfrmmtrtm ris J THE COCHISE REVIEW, SA1UEDAY, MAEOH 2, 1901 COCHISE REVIEW Published Every Saturday by W. B. KELLY, Editor. Entered at the Postofflce at Bisbec, 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 Hne for each insertion. Subscription Ono Month 25 cents. BISBEE, ARIZ., MAR. 2. 1901. E THE LEGISLATURE. COUNCIL. Cochlte C. C. Warner Ropublicnn Maricopa J. M. Ford-... Democrat Piraa J. H. Flnley Democrat Yuma . S. Ives Democrat Pinal -.Georse P. Blalr...l)emocrat Tavnpal H T. Andrews Domoorut Graham C. M. Shnnnoiu... Democrat Navajo Colin Campbell. ..Republican Gila S. B. Cloypjol Democrat Mohave -M. G, Burns Democrat Coconino M. J. Riordan Republican Apache F S. Perkins Republican ASSEMBLY. Cochise Mike Gray Democrat Cochise -Stevo Roemer Demoorat...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 2 March 1901

a?Wmmwaiami iTwriirinititfimirtrtiMV)niiiMu?7 V'-. i. V.Mi "M 4 -. THE COCHISE BEVIEW SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901 5 fc" jars I'ltOFKSSONAL. 1 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 Consolidated Star 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 away. About 1:20 o'clock Jeromo, John Duca, an Italian miner employed by Chris Harryhansen, was shot and inst...

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 March 1901

SjSstig'' fcT, W'ysvww. .f,lt v ; -f'Mf-. yraPi :& "1 $ 02 THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901 I -, M l Iv iM i. vr $r . ' Ji 4 ' "V" A. & S. E. Banquet. Those who attended the base ball game at Don Luis missed the best part of the game. Seven innings were played at Don Luis on Friday. The remaining two innings were played at the Waldorf Saturday evening; Um pire Hamner called time promptly at 10:20, and for two hours the game was fast and furious. A. & S., E. boys who the day previous had fumbled the ball all over the lot found no difficulty in stopping a hot bird. The banquet was spread at the Waldorf, and was pre pared under tho direct supervision of Otto Geisenhofer. He received the order from the general office of tho A. & S. E., and he had a clearance card to run past anything of the kind ever at tempted by the base ball fans in the past. His orders were signed by Wal ter Douglas, manager, and It. C. Mor gan, superintendent, and in this neat manner the ...

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 March 1901

tnm jiwrjiMjiM ( fff.- I" ", s m i V CO0HI8E REVIEW : SATDEDAY EVENING. MARCH 2. 1901 (? k J I r MINE DISASTER. Something Awful to Contemplate Men Burned to Deaah On the Lower Levels. BEATEN INSENSIBLE. An Old Man Attacked on the Rail road Track and Left for Dead. Cheyenne, Wyo., Feb. 20 The worst I disaster in tho history of coal mining in Wyoming since the Alray horror eight years ago, occurred at Diamond ville last night when a fire broke out in mine No. I, of the Diamondvillo Coal Co., which was attended with great loss of lifo and destruction of property. Twenty six miuors perished and their charred" bodies are still in the mines. Tho fire was discovered shortly aftor the night shift commenc ed woi'k. Its cause is not known, but the llames made such progress that only one man escaped from the two entries in which they were confined. His name is John Anderson and he was frightfully burned in running the gaunt let of the flames. He is unable to give any account of the accident, o...

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 March 1901

4 , IM !! Ill MWIWMM HBIIBMMMIH M l B W W WlWIMBBll I IWI WW I MM MIM Ml U I I I Tg?giPltgMBWsWBiWgBMBsWfflsWl - ,-.- sV2 COCHISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 2. IVM.l Mark Lully's Bears. Mark Lully was in town this week with the two bears which ho has pre sented to the Smithsonian institute, and which will be a part of the inaug uration parade. The boars are named "Lully" and "Lindsay," and were cap tured by Mark and Mr. .jindsay when the bears wore littlo bigger than kit tens, while hunting in the Santa Rita mountains last summer. Now they are half grown. With the bears Mark will participate in the inaugural pa rade, in whic he has alroady been as signed a position by the g"and marshal, and after the parade h; will consign them to the "Zoo," as t,he zoological park of the Smithsonian Institution is familiarly known. Mars has donated the little follows to that institution and the donation has been accepted. Their appoaranco in the parade, and tho cost of sending tho bears and M...

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 March 1901

COCHISE REVIEW SFftViv .VOLUME V. "BISBEE, AEIZONA, SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 9, 1901. NUMBER 6 mi u :-.h . -. - SSv r -. ft ft 1 SR v ,-, 1 a A 55 i ?! i : sz E ARIZONA LAW MAKERS. The Session Fast Drawing to a Close. The Code Unfinished. Will Adjourn March 16th. The Governor's Veto. Verde ComMHI IntroducMfltt Phoenix, Ariz., MarclrfT The Ivy iarigation bill has gone whero the woodbine twineth. It was a measure well meant and abounding in good features, but was opposed by both the corporation ditch companies afajythe individual irrigators. Perhaps the most important argument against its enactment was that the machinery pro vided for its administration was both cumbersome and expensive. And its effect, accordlngito one of the Arizona district judges, would have been to promote, Instead of to still, the irriga tion litigation that so much vexes at present. Tho bill is understood to have been one that has been bronght before tho local wator storage commit tee and by it has been turned d...

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 March 1901

r " ; fruWJJ' jf-w " UOOHISE REVIEW : 8ATUBDAY EVENING. MARCH 1). 1901 NACO More Evidence of the Growth of Border Town. Bids Will be Opened March 20th for Building the R. R. Grade from Naco to Cananea. Tho first time the writer visited Nnco was in January of this year. Wo were there again this week and tho in creased amount of business over that transacted two months ago was very much in evidence. More people are to be seen on the streets, new business firms have been established on both sides of tho line. Surveyors and rail road men are both coming and going. Tho traction engines are getting up steam preparatory to their first run to Cananea forty-live miles distant big freighting outfits are loading and un- loading their cargoes. Custom houso brokers are hurrying to and fro with consular invoices, and it might be stated here that one invoice alone last month covered merchandise and ma chinery to the amount of $50,000. But during tho next sixty days the activity accompanying the bu...

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 March 1901

OsttXfagaRSwqSi MreiRS f$B'- ? SPPWiltt8U $ THE COCHISE) REVIEW, SATURDAY, MARCH :.y 9- i9Gi 3 ssms r? : I ! : : : : : -! iye3&Lbw&ftBfWi, ,' 1 , J. , ' 4 1 , R I fVViliW NEWS OF THE CITY lVWVWW,-W4 L. F. Doolittle, representing the Los Angeles Herald, was in Btebee this week. The Herald has a big circula tion in this camp. Walter McCurdy, a lawyer, formerly of Nogales, was in Bisbee this week in company with Allen English. Mr; G. Sutter, who recently came here from Globe, has purchased an in terest in the tailoring business with A. Champagne. The Douglas Lumber company has opened their lumberyard at Douglas and aro prepared to sell all kinds of lumber and building material. O. A. Overlook is on the ground as manager. Ernest Larson, a former smelter fore man in Bisbee, but later foreman of the smelter at the Democrata mine, is in Phoenix, whore he is beii g treated by a famous ocoulist. His eyes have been troubling him for some time. Two patients are again confined at tho pe...

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 March 1901

'3X .",:v i"i. SS-jw "gf-ffiW" "?S1 r V THE COCHISE EEVIEW, SA1UEDAY, MARCH 9, 1901 COCHISE REVIf 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 'ine for each insertion. Subscription One Month 25 cents. BISBEE, ARIZ., MAR. 9. 1901. THE LEGISLATURE. . COUNCIL. Cochise C. C. Warner Republican Maricopa J. M. Ford Democrat Plraa J. 11. Finley Democrat Yumn K. S. Ives Democrat Pinal Geort'e P. lllair ...Democrat Yavapai H TVAmlrews Democrat Qrahum C. M. Shannon Democrat Navajo Colin Camptell...Kepulllcan Gilo -...S. B. Claypool Democrat Mohave M G. Burns Democrat Coconino M. J. Riordun Republican Apache F S. Porklns Republican ASSEMBLY. Cochise Mike Gray Democrat Cochise Steve Roemgr Democrat Cochise H, M. Woods.. ...Republican Maricopa P. P. Parker Democrat M...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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