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WANTED A setting hen. Address
Post Omee Box 39. 4C3
WANTED-rGood plain cook. Mason
Dining room. LowelL 451
WANTED-fTo bu s. wagonj1 team
. and harness. Must l cheap for
cash. J. B. Patterson. Ozark
House. Brewery Gulch. 472
lviVTffnw .,, T7
U ANTED Work as waitress. Well
..v.i.tu. i, aiv iiciicn iov
WANTED An experienced chamber
maid. Apply the Golcen. 44S.
WANTED Clean cotton rags at Re-'
.Ivlew office. 450
WANTED Girl for
work. Phone 3S0.
42 DRESSMAKING Ladies' TaUorihg
2nd alteration, Hughes Block.
WANTED To pay tha highest cash
price for your furniture. It costs
yot nothing to call us up, andlt
will save jou money. G. O. Bit AN-
' SON, Johnson Add., Phona 42S 7ff
WANTED To ouy second band fur-
nlture and household goods.
1 Brooks eooper Furniture Co,
ttPythlan Castle. O. K. St 52
HARRIS BLOCK FURNITURE CO.
New and second hana furniture
bought and sold. Fine stock wall
paper. Brewery avenue. Phone
WANTED Clean cotton rags at Re
view office. 450
l'OR RENT Two rooms for light
'housekeeping, also single room. El
liott Flats, Clawson Hill. 43:
FOR RENT Cheap; two light hous
"ikeeplr.g rooms. Terrace house. 415
STEAM heated rooms at tho Golden,
Main St SC
For Sale Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE Four room houso 21
JJlggerville. Apply on promises.
FOR SALE CHEAP Houso and Jot,
30 bearins fruit trees, good well.
j Apply 43 Wood Canyon. 46o
FOR SALE Rooming house, opposite
-gV. M. C A. Mrs. BerUTaylor. 325
KOR SALE Cheap, large sized cor
ner lot In Warren, on Clansori ft
Inquire E. C. Thomas, back of C.
,& A. office. " . 418
TOR SALE N'qw Story and Clar):
piano. Cheap' fof. cash . or easj
terms. Address Box 1696T 42&
FOR SALE Pen or white Orpingtons,
thoroughbred Kellerstraus strain.
AV. A. Nowlan, Warren, Arizona.
NOTICE OF TIME OF HEARING Or
PROVING WILL OF
NOTICE Is hereby given, that tie
1 7th day of Januam 1912. althe hour
of one "o'clock p. m., at the Court
room of the Superior Court of State
of Arizona, In and for Cochise Coun
ty, in the court house of said county,
tn the City of Tombstone, has been
appointed as the time and nlace- for
jtGonnecting withxERJiutton &'Co.'s .private, .wire.
proving the will of Peter Hansen, de
ceased, and for nearing the applica
tion or John V. Hogan. for letters
testamentary, and also for the deter
mination by the court of the validity
ma certain aocument purporting to
w) a win oi saic deceased, made in
favor of one Ernll Nikoloosky, and
dated November 24, 1912. and denied
(o be valid by the said John w.
Yitness Hon. Fred Sutter. Jjde nf
r3"1 ""P5"01" u". and the hand and
seal of the qierk of the Superior
court OI We Statfi of Artmna tn anrf
for Qochise County. This 28th day
oi ieceraoer. rjiz.
J. E. JAMES,
Clerk of be Superior Court
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department cf The Inter'ir.
U. S. Land Office, at Phoenbt. Arizona,
December Gui. 1912.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
Charles P. Koch, of Bisbee, Arizona,
who, on April Jlst, 19CC, mad home
stead entry. No. 307-03426; for SW.
1-4, Section 34, Township 22 S Range
20 E.. G. S. R. Meridian, hss fllprt
Notice of Intention to make Final flvc-
year proof, to establish claim to the
land above .described, before Jarrd D.
Taylor, U. S. c6mmIssloner, at Bis
bee, Arizona, on the 14lh day of Jan
Claimant names as witnesses:
Quintman Loe, of Lowell, Arizona.
Frank Cristinl, of Lonell, Arizona.
William R. Hall, of Bisbee, Arizona.
William J. Rucastle, of Lowell, Ariz.
FRANK H. PARKER,
IN THE SUPRfEME COURT
IN THE COUNTY OF COCHISE,
STATE OF ARIZONA.
Notice of Hearing Petition.
IN THE Matter of vhe Estate o
ANGELA DHZ de HANSEN,
NOTICE is hereby given that Joha
W. Hogan has filed in this court a
Petition praying fcr Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate of Angela
Diaz do Hansen, deceased; and that
the same will beieard on Friday
the 17th day nf January, A. D., 1913,
at 10:00 o'clock In the forenoon o!
said day, at the Courtroom of said
court, la the City of - Tombston.
County of Cochise, State of Arizona,
and ail persons interested in said e.
tate are notified, then and there to
appear and show cause, if any they
have, why the prayer of said petition
er should not be granted.
J.. E. JAMES,
Clerk or the Superior Court.
Dated December 2S. 1912.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of The Interior
U. S. Land Oflce at Phoenix, Arizoo-
December 7tn 1912.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Allan
J. Withtrell, of Bisbee, Arizona, who.
on June 9th., 1909, made homestead
entry No. 06222, for S. 1-2 NE. 1-4
and N. 1-2 EE. 1-4 of Section 15
Totrnship 22 S, Range 26 E G & 8.
R. Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make final three year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Jared D
Taylor, IT. S Commissioner, at Bis
bee, Arizona, oa the "in cay oi Jan
Claimant names as" witnesses:
,1ohn W. Clark, of Bisbee, Arizona.
Daniel J. Zigler, of Bisbee, Arizona
William J. RucasUe, of Lowell. Aris.
James E. Kenney, of Bisbee, Ariz.
THANK H. PAKKEK,
Bunding.- private .wire
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BI6BEE. ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
Department of The Interior.
U. S. Land omcc at Phoenix, Arizona
December 6th., 1912
NOTICE Is hereby given that John
H. Hughes, of Hereford, Arizona, P.
C, who on March Sth.. 1908, mad
homestead entry. No, 1433-04181. fo.
N, 1-2 NW. 1-4, SW. 1-4 NW. 1-4,
Sec. 4 SE. 1-4 NE:,l-4 Sec. S, Township
24 S., Range 22 E-. G & S. R. Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
final three year proof, to establish
claim to tho land above described, bo-
fore Jared D. Tayior, United States
Commissioner, at Bisbee, Arizona, ou
the 14tu day of January, 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Jacob C. Baker, ,
Charles A. Martin,
Mrs. Angus GS11U, all or Hereford,
FRANK H. PARKER,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURJ
CF THE COUNTY "Or COCHISE
STATE OF ARIZONA
Notice of Acifilnistraior's Sate.
IN THE Matter of the Estate of
FRED HORN, Deceased.
NOTIGE is hereby given that in
pursuance of an order of the -Superior
Court of Cochise County, State of
Arizona, made and entered . on the
18tli day of December. A. D 1912,
in the matter, of tne Estate of Fred
Horn, oeceased, the nndersigned, ad
mlnistratcr of said Estate, will sell
at private sale, for cash, subject to
confirmation of said Superior Court,
on Monday, the 6th day of January.
1313, at the late roldenco of said de
ceased, the following described per
55 'head of range cattle branded
N 9; 1 horse; 1 horse branded
F-K; 1 mare; branded N 9; im
provements situate on unperfected
Homestead consisting of cabin ant
wire fencing; 1 wagon; 1 set of har
ness. 1 rilie; 1 pistol; one lot of hay.
hides, together with one lot of pro-
7fi03 '0LO,fIa,.t,OOJr0!''ons under their reactive hand.
tUL Vi llJlUtlltJ " t'-OVi T-ACVVU
Dated December 20. 1912.
J. P. CHAPMAN,
CERTIFICATE OF AMENDMENT TO
EL PASO &. SOUTHWESTERN
At a meeting or tne. stockholders of
the El Paso & Southwestern Railroad
Company, held at the office of th.t
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
Company, at the City of Bisbee. Coun
ty of Cochise, Territory of Arizona,
on the 12th day of September, A. V.,
1902, pursuant ic a call for that pur
pose, at which all of the stockholders
of the company were present in per
ron or by proxy, the following reso
lution was duly proposed and adopted
by the unanimous vote of all the stock
RESOLVED. That Article VIII of
the Articles of Incorporation of the
El Paso fz Southwestern Railroad torn-
pan be, and the same Is hereby
amended to read as follows
ARTICLE VIII. Said corporation Is. J
organized under and in pursuance of
the iiwfr or the Territory or Arizona
for the purpose of -owniag, construct
Ins, maintaining and operating a ra-,
rou, iiu " :vci,iav "- "
epnone lines, ioru.e punK.se oi we.
irau.iw.uuui.1 Uu "".V6" , " ,
sengers and frieght. by the force of
steam .electricity or other mechanical
poer. or any combination ihcreoj,
irom uor. uu. wuo kuv.:
zona ar.a soumwsieru jn.uu,
the Co'iinly of Cochise. Territory or
Arizona, to a point on the Interna
tional Boundary line between the
L nited States and Mexico at or near
the place where the Aua Prieta.
otherwise known as the White River,
22! 92?! ??-?, e. Je,7iry..Yfft
Arizona Into Mexico, and from thlj
jtolnt in a northeasterly direction to
the boundary line "bsteen the Ter-,
rinry oi Arizona ana .e aienco, m. ,
i or near a point on said boundary
(line which lies about fourteen hun
dred and nineteen (1419) feet east oi
tne nortneasi corner oi j?ecuon mree
(3), Township nineteen (19) South of
Itangf thirty-two (32) East. Gila and
Salt River Meridian.
Also for the purpose of owning.
j constructing, maintaining and opcrat-
of Fairbank in tbe County ot Cochise
irtforeefld, in an easterly direction to
tfd anottoof fyt arch railed "frojti For-
Qae.ilaf-thc .Couaty'or Cochise' fbre-1
Mild, in a sofaktfesteriy dfrectoli to,
u' , 'l.u.J-..t ji.... .... -J-I, , - .r '. ' . 1
Ithe Tofn f NaoeMif said county, a dls-.
I ibuvji tJtu-ww Mrwu w miicoi i
The whole of said route lies" In the!
uald County ot Cochise, Territory of
Arizona, and with Its branches and
the lines of railroad lying east and
west of the respective termini afore
said, acquired by this company from
the Arizona and .Southeastern Rail
road Company, and the Southwestern
Railroad of .New Mexico, with all
their branches. i4 about three hun
dred and seentj-flvo (375) miles.
Th fi!fl rrtrrvimllnn ma nrtnulfa
own, hold and enjoy all the real and;
jiersonal property necessary for the
lonsirucuon. maintenance anu oper
ation of said railroad, and all tele
graph and telephone lines to be used
In connection therewith; and for the
erection of stations, depots, water
tanks, pipe lines, reservoirs, flumes.
sie tracks, turnouts, turn-tables.
ards, workshops, warehouses, and for.!
all other purposes necessary or con-
venient for the transaction of its cor-j . , '
porate business; and it may purchase "OSTON, Jan. 3. Action of market
or lease the railroad constructed, or; was disappointing today after yester
to be constructed, and any property j days advance. Prices held well dur
of any other railroad company now or ing the early part of the session, ut
hereafter existing .nder the laws orj in the last hour reaction was geu
this Territorj. or any other territory eral all through tho J'st, influenced
or state, with all the rights, privileges by the weakness in the New York
or franchises thereto appertaining, orj list. Granby was the weakest of tho
may buy the stock and bonds, or elth-1 speclaltier., but all coppers were in
er, of such company, subject to the clined to sag. There was no news to
provisions and limitation? of the laws
of tho Territory of Arizona In such
cage made and provided
Said corporation may also cross.
Intersect. Join and unite its railroad
with any other railroad that has been
heretofore constructed, or that ma
hereafter bo constructed, at any point
or iwlnts on the route thereof, and
upon the grounds of such other rail
road companies, with tho ncessary
turnouts, sidings and switches, and
such other conveniences and appli
ances as may be necessary to make
and complete xaid crossings. Inter
Mictions and connections; and may
extend its line of Tallroad Into or
through tho Territory of New Mexico,
and any other territory or state, upon
such terms and regulations as are or
may be prescribed by such territories
AND RESOLVED, That tho PresI
dnt and Secretary of this company
certify a -copy of the foregoing reso-
and the common and corporate seal of
the company, and file the same with
tho Secretary of the Territory of Art
We, James Douglas, President, and
George Notman, Secretary of the EIjJCcw York Central 1081-2
Pa3o & Southwestern Railroad Com'
fjany. do hereby certify that the fore
going Is a true and correct copy of
lie Amendments to tho Articles of
Incorporation of said Company unan
imously adopted by the stockholder!!
thereof, at a metin2of the stockhold
er- called for that purpose, held at the!
office of tho Copper Queen fonsoll-
dated Mining Company, at tho City
of Bisbee, County of Cochise. Terri
tory of Arizona, on the 12th day of
September. A. D. 1902.
WITNESS our hands and the com
mon and corporate seal of bald El
Paso & Southwestern Railroad Com
pany, the 22d day of September, A.
(SEAU) JAMES DOUGLAS,
STATE OF NEW YORK )
COUNT Y OF NEW YORK, )
On this 22d day of Sept, A. D , 1902,
before" me.'tfce subscriber, a Notary
public In and for the County and State
or Xew, york penally appeared
James Douglas and George Notman,
kDma to me be the Presdent and
Sccretary ot the E1 Paso & Soutawest
ern lattmad Company, and the per
" vhose names are subscribed to
".,h;rnr. - nwtiflfa , lmnri
edged tc me that their signatures to
said certlScate- were iu their own
proper liandwriting, respectively, anl
Uiat they subscribed the same and
caused the common atd corporate
seal f said corjioralion to be there-
taed. In compliance with the res-
olution of the stockholders of said cor
poration therein recited, for the uses
and purpose therein 'expressed
witvrss nv h.n.i n .n.M
seal the day and jear in this certifl
cate first above written. My .commis
sion expires ileh. !, 1003.
THEO.. F. VAN ZANDT,
Notary Pdblic No. 13
New lork County
T?ct anrl riwnffloif fn 4ha nfffA nf
tlie Secrctarj- ot the Territory of Art- No,,,ce hcrtby -.glvfn that a"..a,P'
zona this 2nd day of Octob,. A. rjij-Hcatlons for irfits to graze cottle.
1D(r2 at i a m hcrsex and goats within the CHIR1-
to r crrtnrt Tr i
I ? J ? .Secrctarj-!'p4 Ar)'ztni.
APPLICATION FOR J
pet V-w WgrXbing PERMITS
Notice Is hereby given that all an-!
plications for permits to graze cal
horses - and scau -iSin the CQRO-JIn
the season of 1913. must be filed int
mus tiAtlUtlAU f VUut uuuui
my ollice at Tucson, jArtzoua, on or
Prices During Early PaYt i
of Yesterday, When All '
Coppers Caught ii. i
a Sag f ,
t -jp at niTOTi CrnnUii
rjV-'v''"1-' vUKI OlUVJtVO
account for such a sharp change in
sentiment and reaction was probably
due to absolute jack or confidence
among speculators and the fear or
radical legislation and tariff reforms.
PAINE WEBBER & CO.
In local curb list Saginaw sold at
8 3-1 with furttter demand at that
flSlire. Dcnn holds at G3-4 bid with
offerings ery scanty. Warren In fair
demand at 4 1-S with light offerings
at 4 1-2.
Total sales New York 2US.200.
Money 4 per cent. Metal unchanged.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS, Jan. 3
(Ix J. Overlook)
Anaconda XD .'
American Smelters 72
tchlson 103 5-S
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Baltimore and Ohio
Chesapeake and Ohio 79 1-S
Canadian Pacific .
Great .Northern 130 5-S
Interboro Common 181-2
Ililgh Valley 166 5 S
Louisville and Nashville Ill 7-S
Missouri Pacific 41 3-s
I'enna 122 5-S
Reading , 1661-2
Rock Island 23 3-t
Steel 07 1-1
Arizona Commercial 4
Calumet and llecla Wo
Calumet and Arizona
In'i'&na . . ,.J..
Inspiration Consolidated .
Miami , 26
Mohaw k 63 1-2
Mayflower ....r.. ...... A.. IS
Mason Valley 101-2
North Butte 38
North Lake 2
Old Colony S
Old dominion ."1
Phelps Dodge 221
before February J. 1913. Full infor
mation In regard to the grazing fees
to be charged and blank, forms to
be used In making applications will
be furnished upon request.
R. J. SELKIRK.
ADDI if-a-rinrj cod
Rodqo&NpWv Mexico), on or before
Janimrv'scy 1913- hjVrAl Information
Janunry'2C:'r19l3' fFr.H lnormatlon
in regard to the crazing fees to.b'
pcutrgeu anu uuiuk luruis iu-uc ubto
.- . j !.,-,. -- ,. a
making applications will p furn-
uuu uj'ua tvijutsv.
J A. II. ZACHAU
ti w,fct,rvi.iixuiinj jam, t, iaio.
X uureuajf uiue neguiar.
Saturday Bluo Second.
George A. Bridge, W. M.
Bassett Watkins, Sec'y. F..& A.
J. T. Abrarns, H. P.
F. E. Bennett, T. I. M.
George A. Bridge, E C
W. R. Banks, Sec'y. Huachuca Coun
cil. R. A. M. & K. T.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Pearl Chapter No. 8.
Meets in Masonic Hall
Second and Fourth
Wednesday of each
ANNA LEROY W M.
Phone 536 Black.
LUELLA 3N0DGRASS. Sec'y-
SONORA LODGE NO. S3.
I. O. O. F.
meets every Mon
day night in Eagle Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
W. L. SUMMERS, N. G.
C.R. PERCIVAL, Sec'y.
GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT
I. O. O..F. Meets
every second and
fourth Friday at
-7:30 p. m. Odd Fel
lows Hall. All vis
GEO, VANDERWALKER. C. P.
C. FENDERSON, Scribe.
Meets every Mod-
ORDER OF OWLS.
ing first and
f day of each
ODD FELLOWS HALL
W. H. THOMPSON, Pres.
J. REARDON, Sec'y.
LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION
DREADNOUGHT OF AMERICA
Meeht every Mon
day night at 7:30
sharp at Masonic
hall. Visiting broth
ers cordially in
vited. R. KYLE, W. M.
U. FERGUS, Rec.
SeCy. Box 125.
Ray Consolidated 211-2
Shattuck .t, 281-2
Utah Connclidated .. -11
Utah Copper 59
Nevada Consolidated 10.3-4
Wolverine 74 1-2
Butte Superior 48
Am. Saginaw ,. 83-i
Alaska M -14 1-t-
R. and A.
fif ...... .,, ., 4
Hj ' " v " 1 '- ?
Br and U . .
Bohemia . . .
.:. 6 3-4
Davis Daly 2
Elenlta ax 2
Kerr Lake ,., 2S-4
Lucky Tiger ...". .. 41-2
North Tigre ,.. 9
Nacozarl , 25
fcarc (Antqmo . 3.'
SI Wj Miami
Tonojiah . - ,61-1
Tonopab "Belroon. .. ..'f.t... 878
tvasi r.na izo -.
wolverine .. ....
Warrior bid ...'
Calumet OU bid
Baltimore Oil ax
u 3-t I JrAvt
w w '
3 Vv p?l5rmL?
C, A. Voight
Richard I Homestead 89
taeets second and fourth,
Tuesday at Odd" Fellawa
Hall, visiting Archcra ara
W. C. R. HOOVER- Foreman.
E. D. Stinson, Correspondent, Box-
1196. ' -,
W. O. w. -
Woodmen of tho World
meet at Fair Hall, the
second, and v fourth
Mondays of each
month. VJsitlng broth
ers invited to .attend.
O. B. THOMAS, C, C.
Regular meeting first and third.
Fridays of each month. .
Visiting brothers cordially in"d
to attend. i
J. M. BALL, Exalted Ruler.
E. M. COX, Secretary.
T. F. B.
No. 462 meets
evening at K. of
P. Hall. Visiting"
ELLEN FOLEY. President
BARBARA SHEARER. Secretary.
K. & L. O. S.- f
Knights and Ladies oftSecurity meet
in Medigovich Hall every -J2nd and
4 th Thursday. f i Tra
JAMES F. HUMPHRIES.iPiresidenL5'
GRACE DOWNING. Secy5B5x 360
ANNA M. SHIELDS. Financier.
P. O. Box 1471.
KNfGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Rathbone Lodge No 10
Knights ot Pythias
meet the first, second,
and fourth fuesdaya
of each month in Py
thian Castle 7:30 p. m..
ED KING, C. C. mi
J. a KIUGBAUM, K. of R. S.
I. O. R. M.
Meets every Thursday evening at
7:t0 o'clock in Pythian Castle. All,
visiting Red Mca welcome.-ts.-i?..
Wm. R. TONKIN, Sachem' -W
M. D. COHEN, Medicine Maa
BISBEE LODGE NO 718 -
Meetings every Friday night. Mason ;
Ic Temple. Visitlnc brothers cordially ?
Invited. - i
F. E. BENNETT, Dictator.
J. A. M. VONK. Secretary. i
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10. t
I. O. O. F.
Meets every t
tr-9 Wednesday even-,
lug UL uua r CI-
lows Hall, Main St, at,7:3q.f4 f
Visitjng brothers are cordially, la-
vitcd to attend., r-7'ii
U . .ERED
THOS: BE-nitrSccfetary'.T.' 7-f T J
JBlsbee Aerie 17o, F. O. E. meets
first -arid third Mondays, 8 p. m.at
Fair Hllf Visitors cordlaily. welcomed
JASi iicDONALD. PresideatJ 1
a. D. CpHEN. Aerie Phystrian.
LODGE NO 67j:,
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