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COOHISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 22. 1900
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flfTY THOUSAND BONUS
Of fERED PHELPS, DODGE and CO
IN NEW YORK
By the Chamber of Commerce
That Are a Vast Improve
El Paso Herald.
An important meeting of the cham
ber of commorco was hold last ovoning.
Thoso presunt wcro Felix Martinez, B.
Ii. Bcrkey, H. B. Stovens, S. J. Froud
cnthal, G. W. Emerson and W. G.
Among other things accomplished it
was agreed to offer the Pholps-Dodgo
peoplo $50,000 if they would make El
Paso tho terminus of their Bisbee rail
way and have the same complete in si
The offer was in the shapo of a tele
gram to President B-ouglas in New
York, and tho idea was, originated by
Cashier TJ. S. Stewart of the First Na
tional bank, it being understood that
this banking institution will give f00 0
of the total bonos.
It had already been intimated to the
El Paso peoplo by Walter Douglas,
who was there two weeke ago that if
El Paso wanted the terminus of the
Bisbee road it would be well that they
make somo definite proposition as to
what El Paso would do in tho matter.
It will perhaps be definitely known
soon just whore the Bisbee road in
tends to make it eastern connection. '-
Christmas Day at Naco. -
The enterprising town of Naco has
arranged for a day of sports on Decern -fcer
25th, and it citizens have sub
scribed liberally for several purses
which will be offered for tho different
The program for the day is as follows:
10 a. m Turkoy shoot.
1 p. m Saddle Horse Race, Purse $75.
2 p. m. Broncho Riding, Purse $25.
2:30 p. m. Basaball, Bisbee vs. Naco,
Purse 125 00.
- The day's program will be concluded
,with a grand ball in the evening at
The peoplo of Naco oxtend a cordial
invitation so Bisbeo peoplo to part'oi
patft in the sports. The committee
cueists of Geo. B. Reay, Pat Smith
and John Newell.
B. F.Moore, Book-keeper for tho Bis
beo Water Co. is an applicant for tho
position of clerk Board of Supervisors.
Mr. Mooro is peculiarly fitted for the
position, having served in a liko posi
tion in California for ten years. His
petition is being signed in a most grat
ifying manner to himself and friends.
The gear wheel on the Lowell hoist
was broken this week aud operations
aro at a stund still until n mechanic
can coino from the Union Iron Works
in San Francisco. Work will bo resum
od about January 1st.
Wm. Davoy has boon appointed to
tho position of superintendent at the
Lowell mine and Mr. Fenner will re
main on the ground as managing direc
tor of tho Lowell interests in this sec
Iu the Justice Court. No. 2. Precinct, Coun
ty of Cochise, Territory of Arizona.
Jane A limn, plaintiff,
M. J . Johnson, Defendant.
Action brought iu tho Justice Court of No.
2 precinct, in and for the count? of Cochise,
lu the Territory of Arlaona
lu the name of the Territory of Arl
BonatoM.J. Johnson, defendant, erecting:
Tou nro herphy summoned and required
to appear in an action brought ncainst you
by the above named plaintiff in the Justice
Court of No. 2 prerinct, in and for the coun
ty of Cochise, iu the Territory of Arlionn,
and answer to the coiniilalnt filed iu mid
Justice Court ut Iiiibee. in said county,
within five days, exclusive of the day of
service, after the service vpou you of this
amnions, If served within this precinct; but
if served without this precinct, hut within
the county, ten days; if nerved out of tho
eounty, fitteen days; iu nil other eases
This action is broucnt against you by the
hove "named plaintiff to enforce collec
tion ol the Hum of S5.00, loaned you by the
aid plaintiff, at yur spocinl instance, und
reiiucst. ia HikIico. Cochise rounty, Arizona,
an the 21th duy oftOctober, A. it 19 W, or
judgment by default will be tulic.n ngtiiuM
Given under my hand at Msbec, A T .this
20th day of December, ID'Jt).
. , S. K. WILLI A US,
Justice of tho Pence of said precinct.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Ili.li:stKAD Kntky No. 1213
TJjjidrt ment of the interior, Land Office at,
Tucxou, Arizona, Dec. 10, l&'ju. '
Notice in hereby kIxhi that tho following
named cottier haslilud notice of her int:n
tion to maUe iluul tiroot in support of her
claim, uml u at taiu proof will be made lie
lore th Ki;ister aud Uerelver nt Tucson,
Arizona, on Kri.luy, January 2 1901, viz:
Dolorex de Mnravllla, formerly the wife of
Manuel Simax, tit-reused, for the NWh See
IH.T 22.S.K 20, K , .VS. U II. A M Sno
lames the following witiiestr.n to prove hor
euutiiiuoiiH reslduoce upon and cultivation
of itald land, vlr.:
ffretl Herrcra" of Nogalns, Arlsonu; Aurus
slue Cutmlloro, of Tuccon, Arizona; JoieM.
Vutauudn und Mlpuel V. Cnstnnuda, of Hen
son. Arizona. MILTON It MOOIM,
publication Dec, 15 1W0.
Christmas Eve Entertainment.
The Sunday school entertainment to
bo given in Naco Christmas Eve, Doc.
24th, promises, to be a most enjoyable
affair. Tho promoters of the enter
tainment deserve credit for their ef
forts to afford the children a pleasant
evening. A Christmas tree will bo
installed in Pardun Hall which will bo
loaded with good things and valuable
presents for friends and loved ones.
1. Quartette, "Christmas Bolls" E. L.
Kennedy, Geo. B. Reay, Mesdames
McMackin anil Maconnich
2. Recitation "What Santa Glaus
Found" Mrs. Bertha Farnsworth.
3 Solo "Loves Old Sweet Song" E.
4 Recitation "Child Jesus' Birth
day" Beatrice Krallman..
o Solo "Winona" Mrs. E. L. Mc
Mackin. (I Recitation "Careless Santa Claus,"
7 Solo "The Bugler" Geo. B. Reay.
8 Recitation "I Love My Mother"
Miss Mamie Krallman.
9 Quartette "First Christmas Gif t"
E. L. Kennedy, Geo. B. Reay, Mes
dames McMackin and Macormich.
10 Tableau "Rock of Ages."
11 Recitation "Such a. Jolly St- Nich
olas" Mrs. Frank P. Kelly.
12 Santa Claus.
Piauist Mrs. A. S. Barker.
At the conclusion- of the evening's
program will come the distribwtio.n of
presents and. the evening passed pleas
antly in a general social.
W. G. GREENE.
The Phoenix Gazette Pays Him a
. The many friends of W. C. Greene in
Bisbee will appreciate the following
complimentary words of the Arizona
Gazette: ' i,
"Tho settlement o! the Cobre Grande
matter puts W. C. Greene, in absolute
and indisputable control of the great
Cananea copper mines, and it can be
justly said a better, more honorable,
deserving man could not stand at the
head of that groat copper company.
Mr. Greene has been in Arzzona for
many years; he isone of tliose men who
will rise, no matter what stands in the
way;' not by unfair or 'questionable
means, but by sheer force of character
and,. ur.daunt;ed will. He has been a
farmer, .a cowboy and a miner, but tho
gentleman that used to grow alfalfa on
the St.ii Pedro river is now'on the road
to foftune, and his friends, and that
meanj every man in Arizona who
knows him, wish him abundant success
in hiii big copper mines in the republic
A Rkviett representative called on
W. C. Green at his office Tuosdav night
at Niico and found him n. very busy
man. In answer to a question for some
thing now from the Green Consolidat
ed Conr.pany, Mr. Green said:
"All difficulties between the Cobre
Graurfo company and the Green Con
solidated Coppor company have been
satisfactorily adjusted. All the law
suits of any consequence have been
withdrawn and last week in Phoenix I
purchased for the Green Consolidated
Company 115,000 shares of Cobre
Grande at 2.50 per share."
"At present we are employing 700
men at Cananea. Two iiew smelters
are completed with the exception of
two blowers which have beeu delayed
on aecouut of Are at the faotory. One
of these blowers is at present at Ben
son and the other is expected daily.
Four days after their arrival at Canan
ea we will begin tho reduction of fro m
five to Bix hundred tons of ore daily .
"Mr. McFarlaud, former resident en
gineer on tho Guaymas branch of the
Southern Pacific is at preient at Can
anea nt work on tho survey for the rail
road" "In answer to a direct question as to
where the new railroad would cross the
international Hue, Mr. Green said the
road would outer the United States at
Naco. Mr. Green loft on Wednesday
for Cananea accompanied ,by Scott
While, secretary of tho company.
The now otflcoj for the company at
Naco are models of neatuo3s aud con
venience aud no doubt Naco will be
come tho principal place of business
for tho Greono Consolidated company.
Tho track eugiues for immediate use
betvyoon Canauea nud Naco ate on tho
road and are expected early' in Jan
uary. Joseph Swartz 4has completed live
5000 gallon galvanized tin tanks foru.se
on tie traction road bet'waeu Naco and
Cananea. Mr; Swartz- has' also been
awarded a contract fol- 2200 feet of 10
inch and six inch air pipes to be used
in,,the mines of the South Bisbee com
pany. " . .
Rev. T. C. Moffet ' retnruod from !a
visit to Phoenix on Wedtfe&day.
(From our Regular Correspondent
Mrs. J. D. Machomich left this week
for Tombstone to spend Christmas
with her relatives.
Hon. B. A. Packard and Jack Gra
ham were in town Thursday, Mr. Pack
ard is going to pass a train load of cat
tle over the line this week.
Cattle shipments have been very
biisk during tho last week, and several
train loads have left Don Luis this
week. Some 800 cattle passed over
tho line Thursday night to be shipped
to California. Doctor Shaw and Col
lector Daniels are kopt very busy in
specting and passing cattle over the
Mayor B. J. O'Reilly left Tuesday
morning for New York City in tho in
terest of tho Greene people. Mr.O'Roil
ly is not expected to return alone. We
understand ho is to enter tho matri
monial ranks before he returns to the
Eugene Jobuson, of Lake Valley, N.
M., has accepted a positioa with the
Copper Queen branch in the dry goods
Several carloads of copper bullion
from the Moctesuma Copper Co., Naco
sari, loft here for the east last week.
Another shipment is expected soon'.
Somo young follow from Bisbee came
over horo one night last eok with a.
buggy and eloped with one of Naco's
fair daughters. We have been nnablo
to loarn who tho young fellow was. Wo
havo but a few girls hero and regret to
loso them, especially when Bisbee boys
como over at the dead of night and take
them away from us without giving us a
show. We -will be on tho lookout next
.A carload of horses aud inuica .were
received at Naco on Monday consign
ed to W. C. Greono and B. A. Packard.
Tho animals wcro shipped from Phoo-1
nix and tho horses were purchased by
Mr. Greene while nt tho capital city
last week. The horses are fine animals,
one buggy team especially are speci
mens of the flno horses raised In the
Salt River valley.
A Sunday School was organized in
Naco last Sunday with an attendance ( J
of forty-four. F. J. Kelly, operator at
Naco, waselected Superintendent and
tho Sunday School will give a Christ
mas entertainment on the night of Dec.
24th. The program appears in another
Tho Cooper Novelty Company will
be at the opera house tonight and to
morrow night. This company affords
a good evenings entertainment-and are
highly spoken of wherever they havo
It is rumored that an opera' house is
to bo erected soon, on tbo Mexican side
If this rumor proves to bo true we
will learn something further very soon.
Last Wednesday evening the many
friends of MiBs Lottie Jones tendered
hor ii surprise party at the residence
of her parents on School Hill. A largo
number were present and all had a
most enjoyable time. Refreshments
and games were indulged in until a
Jas. D. Machomich. formorly of Bis
beo has been appointed store manager
of the Copper Queen branoh store here.
He succeeds Mr. Fred Riley. We wish
Mr. Machomich much success in his
Mr. W. C. Greene has been here for
the last week. He has now the affairs
of the Greene Consolidated Copper Co.
well in hand and from the amount of
freight going down to tho Cananeas
they will soon hi running in full blast.
H. C Guynn, the hide man from Bis
bee, has been here all week passing
hides across tho line. Mr. Guynn's
business in this district is very lively.
Naco is rapidly coming to the front,
She can now boast of four stage lines.
Stages run to Cananea, Nacosari, Naco
Junction and Bisbee. The A. & S. E.
train comes in three and four times a
week loaded down with freight for So
nora and Naco. We hope soon to have
a train running in daily.
Mrs. Ben Sneed was in 'town this
week buying ChristmaB goods.
All stores now close at noon on Sun
days nnd 8:30 on week days. It is re
ported that after- tho holidays they
will close at 8 p. m.
Mr. Jackson, mauager of the shoe do-
narfmnnf ill flin Pnnnni" Onnnn af.nrA
reuuiucuyosLoruay iruui iuuiusiuuo
where he has been Forviug his county
as a juror.
The Christmas displays of our busi
ness men would do credit to a town of
twico the inhabitants.
Johnny Nobile, popular proprietor
of the "Capitol" was a returning juror
Beer Garden Ii
Oun miln lu'luw iowii 111 tllP Cool
Cottouwootls Cull once unci you
will always como ticulti.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
La florita, Sonora, flexico,
Baggage and Express- -Handle
Leave orders with SVK. Wllllui.t. . TolNo'
NACO ADVERTISEMENTS.-RELIABLE FIRMS.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, 5
PURCHASING AND FORWARDING
. . . AGENT8.
F. M. ABRAMS, Proprietor.
Located on the Main Street.
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Cochise Lumber Co.
Puget Sound Rine
MOULDINGS, DOORS. WINDOWS and MILL
LATH, SHINGLES and SfUKfS.
HUDSPETH & HUDSPETH
I PAT SMITH & CO.
t Dealers lr
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
L Lunch Counter
1 Austin Goodall, 1
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
WAIN STREET '
VICE CONSUL OF
Office Hours: ?T40P.,2WM"
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B. J. O'REILY,
Real Estate and Insurance
mexican Drawn Work
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