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T1LK AH1ZONA IlliJP UBLIOAN, PI-JCKNIX, TUESDAY MOUNTING-. SEPTEMBER 30. 1890.
GUILTY OF MUKDER.
Ill KCII i:i.l. 'H 1'ATK HUALKI) AT LAST
A Mining ArRiinit'iit for tlic IJcfonio nml
11 DiiiiiiirIiii; .Statement to llio Jury by
Woodstock, Out., September L'il.
lllnekstoek, for tliu defense, spoko live
hours. Ho rullected on tho ulli-geil reck
less nictlicxls of tlio prosecution mid ap
parently careless manner in which
witnesses for tho Crown seemed ready
to swear away a man's life.
His stunning up of the evidence- was
very exhaustive point nig out tho defects
in tho ovidenco heaiing on llirchell's
identity. Discussing on tho moral
character of his client, ho said ho must
admit the utter inability to point out mi
explanation of tho course observed by
ltirchell, which ho thought to bo con
sistent with his innocence of dishonest
Tim onlv nxnliinntinn of Hirehells
statements'to Policy and Itcmvcll induc
ing tlicm to come out tliero wiucli HlacK
stock could oiler, was that liirchcll ex
pected to K'curo through them money to
enable him to go into business and make
good Ins promises, lie denounced the
manner of conducting tho identification
of tho prisoner as disgraceful. Time
would coino when tho mystery surround
ing tho crimo would bo cleared away
Ho closed with touching conference to
tho devotion of Mrs. Jlirchell.
Osier closed the case for tho Crown.
Ho reviewed the story in detail and
nnalvzed liirdicll's negotiations witli
Jienwell into one fact: "Plan to entrap
young Jienwell to Canada on represen
tations that he knew would bo shown
to bo false the moment ho arrived in
Unnada. ilie motive was to secure
He detailed Birchell's dealings with
Pelly mid said tho outcome of all this
fraud and deception could bo but 0110
thing and that wiih Blenheim swamp.
Tho jury retired at (t:GO o'clock to
Tho Judge in his charge to tho jury
reviewed many points in tho case lit
length. He jiointed out the diirerenco
bet wen direct and circumstantial evi
dence, snowing the latter, when coiv
elusive, was lar more reliable. Ho le
vcrtcd to letters written bv tho prisoner
to Pcnwell's father. What wa9 tho
object of theso letters? All was decep
tion and the prisoner must have known
Itcnwell would nover write such a letter
to his father. Tho condition of tho
clothing on tho body when found dis
proved tho theory of defense; that tho
murder was committed for plunder,
Every mark on the clothing had been
removed and had it not been for the
finding of tho cigar-holder llenwell's
death would alwavs have remained n
The "jury retired at 0:30 and re
turned at 11 :30 with a verdict of guilty
of murder in the first degree.
When asked if ho had nnvtliinc to say
whysenteuce should not bo passed upon
mm, lsirciieii replied, "hiinply 1 am not
guilty of murder."
1110 Judge then said: "I lullv concur
with tho verdict of tho jury," and sen
teneed Hirchcll to hang November 14.
Uoodenow's "Tlireo Wives to One
Husband" Company will occupy the
hoards at tho Opera llouse thisevcning.
Tho show is well spoken of and a full
jiouso may ue expected.
Tho two Mexican boys arrested last
haturday, lor breaking up two mowers,
belonging to Hammond & Scarborough.
were tried yesterday morning, beforo
Justice Sherman and found guilty. A
nominal line ot ?1U each was luposcu
mid paid. The ollense was deserving of
a heavier sentence, but owing to tho
youtn 01 tho ollenders and tho desire of
tho Justice to save tho boys from prison
led to tho light sentence.
Frank P. Trott, engineer in charge of
the survey ot tho new las tie Creek road
to the llradshaws, returned from tho
work yesterday. Two miles of the road
have now been partly completed, the
worst stretch Dy lar that thero is on the
route. For several miles inoro the way
will bo plain and easy, after which,
from Silver Mountain to Ship Mountain,
another hard stretch will liovo to bo
overcome, then rough road will be
reached near Tussock Springs. A level
and easy grade will thonco run to Oak
Flat and Prescott. French Camp 'will
bo reached by October 15 and tho rest
of the construction will bo pushed as
rapidly as tho thirty-six men now at
work can do it.
Captain Arey, of Maricopa, is in tho
M. M. Jackson camo up from Iiuckeyo
Ed Wells leaves on this morning's
stage for Prescott.
It. J. Georgo and G. L. Compton were
in tho city yesterday from Tempo.
G. 1$. Scidmoro, postmaster at Tempe,
, was a delegate from tho Iiutto City.
Mrs. F. M. Czarnowski returned yes
terday from a summer vacation trip.
William Thomas has returned from a
summer excursion to tho mountains.
Joseph It. Turman and John II. Pom
eroy were in tho city yesterday from
Mrs. M. G. Hill and Mrs. C. W. Miller
returned homo to Tempo yesterday
from an Eastern trip.
lioono Lewis, of Tempo, though a good
Democrat, was in tho city yestorday, an
interested auditor at tho convention.
U. G. Mc Williams, of Hurley fc Co.,
Iiuckeyo, represented his precinct in tho
convention, returning in tho evening to
M. E. Hurley camo up from Iiuckeyo
yestorday and will not return. Having
fmrchased tho old Marlow butcher shop
rom tho oxecutorsof tho estate, ho will
make his homo henceforth in Plucnix.
Tho store at Sidney will bo run by U. G.
McWilliams in tho future.
William JCcnt and family returned
yesterday from tho Senator mine. His
little son. who has been quite sick, has
recovered. Mr. Zent says that tho
camp employs about ono hundred
men in putting up a twenty-stamp mill,
a saw mill and many other improve
ments. Tho Senator la a progressive
San Diegan: Mrs. E. 11. Hiller and
Mrs. Georgo W. Iloadloy, wives of two
representative bankers of Phcunix, A.T.,
who liavo been sojourning for tho sum
mer at Hotel Josephine, take their de
parture for homo by tomorrow morn
ing's train. Tho ladies have become so
infatuated with San Diego's climate that
they intend returning to this city noxt
summer. They will bo greatly missed
by tho Josephine guests, both ladies
being accomplished pianists as well us
being tho fortunate owners of excellent
Wantep A few regular boarders at
tho Ixig Cabin Dining Room, on Jclfer
son street. ltl.'l-l(3
Mrs. J. II. Hawley is now preparing
her new millinery store for tho fall open
ing on Wednesday, October 1, when she
will placo beforo tho ladies of Pha-nix
tho largest and llnest stock of millinery
ever beforo shown in Arizona. 128-tf
For a llrst-class breakfast go to the
Maricopa House, at Maricopa.
Fon Kkst. A spacious, cool dwelling
close to business comer, require at
ollico of Goldman A Co. DO-tf.
Mrs. C. II. liury will re-open her pri
vate school about October 1 for tho fall
and winter months. 118-tf
Tho best hohool shoes at tho lowest
prices at C. A. Downs', Monihon build
ing, Washington street. 112-141
Stock cattle for sale, or will exchanco
for property within threo miles of
town. Apply Uki-uiu-ioan ollice. HUtf
Fon Rent Centrally situated resi
dence of threo rooms ; cool and pleasant.
Apply at this ollice.
On and after Octolier 1, tho ollice and
residonco of Dr. Helm will bo in tho
house formerly occupied by Dr. Hughes,
on Maricopa street, cast of the plaza.
For the Fair to ho Held at Pliuiiiix,
Arizona, October 14, 15, 10
and 17. !!)().
TUESDAY. OCT. 14.
1. Running Stake. 2-year-olds, bred, raNed and
owned in Arizona; -mue oasn,
Entrance. KM: added moner. IV).
2. Trotting. Stallion stake; mile lieats.a In 5.
r.iuraui'e, -; uuueu money, f i.o.
S. Trotting. 3-mlnute stake: mile lieau, :t In 5,
Entrance, J23; added money, ?5.
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 15.
4. Trotting. 2:10 stake; mile heats, 3 In 5; En
trance, ?-Y; added money, $Ju).
5. Kunnlng, 3-year-old stale: viiille, 2 In 3.
entrance, f j,; anueu money, .
6. Running. For all ages; one mlledann. En
trance, J25; added money, 175.
THURSDAY. OCT. 10.
7. Trotting and I'aclng. 8:18 stake; mile heatt
3 in a. r.iurancc, .; auueu
8. Trotting. 3-year old stakes; mllo heats, 2 In
3. Entrance, 25; added money, $75.
v. Kunnmg. tor an ages; ;i-miie uasri. tn
trance. 23: added moner. JjO.
10. Trotting. 2-year-old stake: mile heats, 2 In 3.
Entrance, Ji'; added money, fJO.
FRIDAY, OCT. 17.
11. Running. Free lor all; mile hcats,2ln3-
f.ntrancc, fix audeii money, jioo.
I't TMttlnn n. Ianlnir L'ma tnr .,11 . ... II.. t.... ta
.w rvr.i. v. ...i... i itv iui ati. urn. itcaiSi
3 In 5. Entrance, 130: added
13. Running. 2-year-olds; Ji-mllc and repeat.
Entrance, 23; added money, i.4).
Trotting and nacine In harness.
American Trotting Association rules govern
Nominations close September 1, 1600.
One-half of entrance must accompany noml
nations: balance paid September 25.
Four or more entries to Ml; three or more to
The Board of Directors rescrre the right to
hold entrance and start a race with a less num
ber or to declare races off when there are less
than three to start, also to trot heats of any two
races alternately, or 10 can a special raco be
tween heats, or to change the date of race.
For a "walk-over" In any race a horse Is en
titled to Us own entrance fee and one-half of
the entrance received from the other paid up
entries ui mwu race, out nu auucu money.
A horse winning a race Is entitled to first
money only, except when distancing the field
then to first and third money.
Stakes divided Into three moneys, CO per cent,
to first, 30 to second and 10 to third, except In
free-for-all trot, 2:10 classes and 2-year-old dash,
when third horM) has entrance, 70 per cent, of
balance to first horse and 30 per cent to second.
Races commence at 1 P. M. sharp each day.
Blanks for entries can bo obtained from the
The Directors reserve the right to postpone
races on account of baa weather.
J. McMIIJjk v. Secretary.
Redondo Beach, Cal.
This new and magnificent hotel was opened to
the public May 1st. It is tho most thoroughly
equipped and best furnished house on the Pa
cific Coast. Two hundred and seventy-fire
rooms, replete, with uvery convenience: fire
place, hot and cold water, Incandescent lights,
electric call and return system. Standing J n the
center of a twenty-two acre tract, under high
cultivation, two hundred feet back from the
ocean bluff. Arc lights on the grounds. Finest
surf bathing In America. The house has a fine
Otis elevator and by far the handsomest music
and dancing hall In California. The dining
room is a perfect gem of artistic perfection, su
perbly furnished and so arranged that every
scat commands a view of tho ocean. Thero Is a
gallery at ono end, where a fine band plays for
tho evening dances; also playing on tho veranda
In the morning, In the music and dancing room
t night. Morning gcrmans will bo a feature of
the house. The cuisine will also be a promi
nent factor. The house and surroundings aro
simply perfection new, sweet and clean and
must be seen to oe appreciated. The Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe runs six trains dally from
Los Angeles. Tho company own their own rail
road, running to Los Angeles, connecting with
the Grand Avenue cable system, running twelve
finely-equipped trains dally each way, lauding
passengers right back of tho hotel. There Is a
pier, where boats from San Francisco, San Diego
and other points make regular landings. Steam
and hailing yachts can bo had. The fishing Is
the finest on tho coast. There Is a bluff and In
terior drive, commanding a fine view of the
ocean. San Gabriel valley, Wilson's l'eak, Old
Ilaldy, Sierra Madro range of mountains. Terms
same as other first-class houses. Special rates
tor permviieiusanu lamiiies. ah letters address
to the manager.
K. W. HOOT, Manager.
Sealed bids for the following privileges, viz:
8ALOOJJ I-RIVILEOE, I'OOL I'llIVlLKaE,
C10A11S AND TOBACCO 1HIVILF.GK,
-LEMONADE AND 1CK - CKEAM I'HIVILEOE
mUlT - AND - CONFECTIONERY . PRIVILEGE
Vt 111 lie received by tho Secretary until 12 m
Saturday, October 4, for the Fair, commencing
October 14, and continuing four days. The
Association reserves the right to reject any or all
One-half cash on accentance of hid. halanon
October 1.1. In case of failure to make second
payment October 13, tho first payment to be for
feited to tho Association.
Ily order of tho Board,
P. O, Box, 210. J. McMillen, Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR MILITARY 8UPPLIE8.
Ileadquurten Department of Arizona,
Ollice of the Chief Quartermaster, Los Angeles.
Cal., September 13, 18U0. Scaled progiosals will
be received at this ofllco and at tho ollico
of the Post Quartermaster, Fort Thomas,
A. T., until 11 o'clock, a. m on Monday, Octo
ber 13, IS'.K), and opened immediately thereafter
In tho presence ot bidders, for the furnishing
and dellrery of 1000 cords of Wood, :!10,UOO ttis.
Corn, Oats or Barley, 10,000 lbs. limn, 100,000 lbs.
liny. 100,1X10 lbs. Straw or llay for lidding, 2,000
lbs. Blacksmith's Coal and 300 bushels of Char
coal during tho remainder of tho fiscal year
ending Juno 30, 1801, at Fort Thomas, A. T at
Mieli times and lu such quantities as may bo re
quired. Preference given to articles of domes
tic production and manufacture, conditions of
price and quality being equal, and such prefer
ence given to articles of American production
anil manufacture produced on the Pacific Const
to tho extent of the consumption required by
tho public service there. Proposals for quanti
ties less than tho whole required or for delivery
of tho supplies at points other than Port
Thomas, A. T.. will bo entertained. Specifica
tions, general instructions to bidders, and
blank forms of proposal will bo furnished tin
application to this office or the Post Quarter,
master, Fort Thomas, A. T. A. 8. KIMBALL,
Quartermaster, U.S. Army, Chief Quartermas
ter. Sll, 15, 10, 17,0 11,12
riiooi.AMA'rioN or kkwaki.
To whom it may concern:
Whereas, It has como to my knowledge that
Ed. Baker, eldest son of J. II, Baker, who resides
at Lookout, on the Sierra Anchn mountains,
about forty miles north of Globe, Gila county,
as murdered lu a most brutal manner by some
person or persons unknown, (though the pros
fence of Indian tracks lu the Immediate vicinity
btrongly indicate that the crlmo wis com-
mltted by Indians).
Now, therefore, I, Louis Wolflcy, Qovornor of
the Territory of Arizona, by virtue of the
power w 1 thin mo vested do hereby offer arew ard
in the sum of fire hundred (fiOO) dollars to be
paid out of tho treasury of the Territory for
the nrrest and conrlctlou of tho person or ier
sons who committed tho aforementioned
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and caused tho great seal of the Territory
to be affixed.
Donoat Phoenix, the capital, this 2Gth day of
July, A. I),, 1890. Lewis Wolflky.
By the GoTernor.
Signed: Nathan O. Murphy
Secretary of Territory.
-CALL ON THE
Republican Job Office
MAO Li:T FOR A TERM OF YEARS,
L ISO acres of tho best land under tho Florence
Canal, with good house, buildings, corral and
welt. Will be let for it nominal cnshicutton
responsible tenant. C. L. SCRMINER, Casa
Grande, A. T Ul-lllihv
1,-vm ri:ntkivi:-roo.m house, with
. large yntd: plenty of shade. Unworn, fruit,
etc., on West Monroe street. Apply to II. II.
McNEIL, Repuiilican oillee.
Ollico: Room S, Thlbmlo Building. References:
Utclede Bank, St. Louis; II. C. Power. President
First National Hank-. Stnrkvlllc, Miss.; F. II.
Marshall, Cashier Woodstock Iron Company,
j. n. woonwAKD. ii. chalmers.
WOODWARD & CHALMERS, ATTORNEYS
nt-law. Rooms 7 and 0, Thlbodo building,
AKER A CAMPBELL. ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Olllcu: Over National Bank,
HF. UOlllNSON. bURVEYOR AND
.draughtsman. All work done promptly,
correctly Hint neatly. Ollico with the Arizona
U. J. HARDY, DENTIST.
All Work Guaranteed,
ounir ilullillne. oonostte Com-
inerclal Hotel, Plucnix, Ariz.
ARIZONA CHAPTER NO. 1, It. A. M.,
Stated convocation on tho second Monday
of each month. J. B. Creamer, 11. P., C. if.
A RIZONA LODGE NO. 2. F. AND A. M
JL Stated meetings on tho first Tuesday of
eacn uioiuii, Jiaytou A. liecu, w. M., u. n.
i RIZONA DEGREE LODGE NO. 2. U. OF K
2- Meets tceoud nnd fourth Thursday evening
ol each month. Miss Nettie Currier, . G., C. S,
A O. U. W. PIUENIX LODGE NO. 5,
,jl.. Regular meeting every Wednesday even,
tug In Pythian Hull. D. V. Conroy, M. W., G.
II. Rothroek, Recorder.
C1ANTON ARIZONA NO. 1, PATRIARCHS
j Militant, I. O. O. P. Meets third Tuesday
vi tavn iiiifiiiii. wins iiui a VsUiuiJiamiuitii ii
K. Morford Clerk.
I:VDYMION LEGION A. O. U. W. MEETS
ll second and fourth Wednesday of each
uionin. r. .m. uzaruowsKi, uommaniicr, u. ll
FLORAL ENCAMPMENT NO. 2. I. O. O. F.
JL Meets oecond and fourth Tuexdny oenlng of
eacn mouiu. ucorge a. hiuiz,i;. r., u. b. cou1
7T A. R. JOHN TlWlTN-P0lrr"N0.b!
VX. Meets first and third Wednesdays of each
moniu ai .Masonic nan. vt. r. vtooas, uum
niander, C. II. Knapp, Adjutant.
ir or p. pii(i:nix lodge no 2, meets
IV. on me nrst aim hum rriunys 01 eacn
mouth In Pythian Hall. W. A.MLGlnnessC.C,
r 1;. Money, Jv. 01 u.
-plHENIX LODGE NO. 2, I. O. O. F.. MEETS
l every i-aiuruny evening in k. 01 r. nan. u,
S. Scott, N. (I., John Gray, Secretary.
On and after 15th of No-
veniber, 1890, the Farm
ers' Irrigation Co., will
be prepared to supply
water to Ranchers under
the Old Bryant Canal.
1 and 2 MONIIION BLOCK
JI0KATI0 H. WAItTON
'incst Beslaurant in Ilie City
Best of Viands,
This superior Restaurant, cloved for the sum
mer will be Keopencil Tuesilny, September
83, In the room formerly occupied by the
"Merchant's Exchongc," Washington street,
not to Talbot A Hubbard's. Tho patronage of
tho general public solicited, and satisfaction
Mrs. H. S. Gordon
Tho best 25 cent meal In Phoenix.
BOARD BY THE MONTH 116 00
HOARD BY THE WEEK 4 DO
WASHINGTON STREET, NEXT TO CAPITOL SALOON.
J. Xj. G.A.iSrTs
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLE
East Jefferson St., south of Lemon Hotel.
raasN-ix, a. u
Gants' hack, 'bus nnd ImccncA linn menu nil
trains, delivers nashemrers anil bneirnirn to nnv
part of tho city or Territory. Orders can be left
at any HmowithT. II. Seklio, at tho Capital
P. P. jSrXLSOiN",
WATCU REPAIRING DONE IN FIRST-CLASS MANNER
CENTER STREET. PIKENIX.
JEWELER. gm JEWELER
Maricopa anil Ptemx Railroad,
I.KAVK. eT ' B AKKIVK.
- Vt (A -
Pas'cng'r U s- Pas'cng'r
& Frelg't "- STATIONS. y & Erelg't
fl ' -
a. u a o r. m.
l:oo Plucnix ai 1:10
:I1 7 itmpe 7 .,
5:10 IB Kyrcno 18 ll:Mtt.m.
5:10 . -7 Sacaton 7 11:2.1a.m.
0:0,') ill Maricopa. . . 11:00a.m.
Trains stop on signal.
Trains make close connection with Southern
Paelllo trains. Connect at Tempe with stages
forMcsaCity, Jonesvllle and rort McDowell.
AtPhicnlx with stages for Prescott, GUlett,
O. 8. MASTEN, Vlcc-Prcs. and Manager.
SOUTHERN :-: PACIFIC
2.fp. A. M DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR
,JJ Tucvon, Benson, Lordsburgh and In
6 .OCA. M., DAILY, PACIFIC EXPRESS
JJ for points In California, Nevada, Ore
gon ami Washington,
!- IK A- DAILY, ATLANTIC EXPRESS
lJ-'J for Tucson, Benson, Demlng, El Paso,
San Antonio, Houston and New Orleans.
6.IO P.M., DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR
lJ Yuma and Intermediate stations.
T. II. (lODIIMAK,
Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Gen. Traffic Manager.
Santa Fe Route
NORTH, BUST AND WEST.
Only Line running solid trains through to
Chicago, St, I-ouls and Kansas City from the
Southwest without change.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
Run dally from all points, to all points, lu
Freight consigned via the "Santa Fe Route"
from above jiolnts will go through without
transfer, thereby avoiding a delay of three to
five days. Oilier lines throughout the southwest
Cannot Approach tlic Quick Time
Santa Fe Koute
For rates and general Information address
F. C. GAY, G. F. A., Topeka
Geo. T. Nicholson,
g. p. & T. A., Topeka, Kansas
C. H. Morehouse,
div. fr'ht. & p. A., El Paso, Tex
a' ir k
National Bank of Arizona,
M. W. KALKS, President.
SOL. LEWIS, Vice-President.
GEO. W. HOADLEY, Cashier.
Capital, Paid Up,
Surplus, - - - -
M. V. Kales, J. Y. T. Smith, Sol. Lewis
Charles Goldman, Geo. W. Hoaiilsy.
The Bank of California San Francisco
Agency of Hank of California ,. ..New York
The Farmers' and Merchants' Bank. Los Anceles.
The National Hank of Commerce St. Louis
Consolidated r atlonal Dank Tucson
Dank of Arizona Prescott
N. M. Rothschilds & Sons London
R. It. OREENE.
L. J. WOOD,
Greene & Wood.
Abstracts, Loans s InsuraDce
Phoenix, - - Arizona.
4D3TRACT3 OF TITLE HAVING THE
most completo set of Abstract Books In
Icopa County, we can furnish abstracts of
Ranch, City, Mine or Canal property on short
notice and reasonable terms.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance written In
the best companies doing bulnes on the Pacific
coast. GREENE A WOOD.
If you want any kind of
Legal : or : Job : Printing
:- Republican Job Office. -:
D. EL BXJRTIS,
TIN, COPPER AND
STOVES and RANGES, GAS and GASOLINE STOVES
Plumbing Material, Pumps, Pipe,
Brass Goods of all descriptions,
Mining Job Work Attended to.
Tin and Corrugated Iron Eoofing.
All kinds of Job Work, Plumbing
Gas and Steam Fitting, Tin and
Copper Work a Specialty. All
WORK STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
GOLDIAI & CO.
Sinner Goois at
In looking over our lines of Summer Goods we find our
selves largely overstocked. We are compelled to make a
clean-up before starting to purchase our Fall Stock.
Now, the only way to accomplish our point in these hard
times, is to slaughter goods and bring them within the reach
This is not an advertising scheme, like some of our com
petitors get up, but a forced case and facts.
Negligee Flannel Shirts reduced from $3.50 to $2.75.
Madrass Cloth Shirts, reduced from $1.75 to $1.00.
Silk shirts, reduced from $5.00 to $3.50.
A fine line of light Coats and Vests immensely reduced
Underwear at Cost. Straw Hats below Cost. Low-Cut
Shoes are away down.
A call at our Store and an examination of goods and prices
will convince anyone that this is a
Should you be hard up for Cash,
BEnsre- est youE peoducts
And you are sure to find a market with us, if nowhere else.
GOLDMAN & CO.
J. O. SCHRIVER
Y-A.ItD, JACKSOX TKlCBrr.
Collins Addition, Phoenix, Arizona.
BRICK FOR SALE IN ALL QUANTITIES
Estimates glTcn lor all kinds ot brick work
Citrus Water Company.
Principal Place of Business, San
rplIERE IS DELINQUENT UrON THE TOL
JL lowlncdescrlbcd stock, onaccountof assess
ment levied June 18, 18j0, the several amounts
set opposite the names of the respective share
holders, as follows:
J. SI. Corbett
J. M. Corbett
And in accordance with law, so many shares
of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary
will be sold, at the ofllceof the Company, on tho
first day of October, 1600, at 2 o'clock p. re. of
such day, to pay delinquent assessments there
on, toRether with tho costs of advertising and
expenses of the sale.
JAMES K. MACK, Secretary,
Room 11, Hurt Block.
UETA1L DEALEH IN
Your Own Fkms
II MICT1 Sffl
Sheet Steel Miter Pipe
MINING AND IRRIGATION PURPOSES
Well Casing: and Iron Tanks.
Agents for Pcllon Water Wheel.
Prices Quoted on Application. P.
O. Itox No. 251, Station C, Los An-
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