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THE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MOKNING. JUNE 12, ibiw.
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13. EL BURTIS.
Sole Agent For
(ROCKER MOTION.)
ALL STEEL DOUBLE
?
ie Johnson Se
Dump
The U. S. Hay Stacker and Buck Rakes.
Come in and get prices before buying.
JEWELER.
T3 TT TVTTT ,r"fcTVT
JL JL' XJ-JkJV-yXH
IN THIBODO'S DRUG STORE.
First-Class Watch Repairing.
UltV GOOD!;, MILX,mERY ANB 8HOE8,
THE RACKET STORE
Has Received a Lot of New . Goods
Summer Corsets, 50 Cts. Those breast and skirt supporters are
immense. Beautiful feather fans, Tablets and envel
opes at half price. Come and see us and
we will do you goad.
FLEMING BLOCK.
MERCHANDISE.
KIMBALL, RILEY & CO.,
Goldfield,
mm (i
Hotel and Stable Attached. Everything First-Class.
We Operate Daily Stage from Mesa, Arizona.
GKOCEKIEW.
ie Trask-Ressler Grocery Co.
lllllf
41 West Washington St.,
FOUNDRY.
FOUNDRY.
THE STANDARD IRON
Southeast of Capitol Grounds.
P. O. Box 458.
MEAT
J. A. LUTGERDING & CO.
Fresh and Salt Meats.
MUTTON, POEK, VEAL ASD POULTRY.
ill Our Meats Thoroughly Refrigerated Before Being Sent Out to Customers.
Superior Corned Beef, Fresh Sausage, Head Cheese and Bologna.
Orders Called For and .Delivered'
142 West Washington Street. Postoffice Building1.
COMMISSION
J. W CALVIN,
1
California Fruits,.
Butter,
and Buyer of
Vahh Paid for Farm Produce.
Shipping am
implejients.
GEARED.
Steel Hay Me.
The Jeweler.
Arizona,
s
-Wholesale and Retail-
or
G-roceries,
Crockery,
Queensware,
Stoneware,
and
Glassware.
FRESH GOODS RECEIVED DAILY.
PHCENIX, ARIZ.
WORKS.
MARKET.
MERCHANTS.
STORAGE FOR TRUNKS
AN D BOXED (SOOD9,
Commission Merchant.
Commission Mi
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Eggs, Hay and Grain.
Ifouus lllock.
Opposite Commercial Hotel
Territorial Warrants.
A List of Territorial War
rants Drawn
April 1 to
30, 1894,
elusive.
From
April
In-
By Howard C. Boone, Terri
torial Auditor.
Offics Territorial auditor, j
Phcesix, Ariz., Jane, 9 1S91. t
List of Territorial warrants issued by Howard
O. ;Boone, Auditor, from Aprili; to April 30,
1894, inclusive.
General Fund Warrantg.
Date, to whom payable, for what Amt.
and for what purpose.
April 2, 1894, Hon R E Sloan, salary
for quarter ending March 31, 1894,
act 91 laws of 1893 125 0
April 3, ISM, Hon Francis J Henev,
Attorney general's eipense ac
count of traveling, act 91, laws of
No.
1893 130 00
158.
April 4, 1891, Hon O wen T Rouse,
salary for quarter ending March
31, 1894, act 91, law of 1893 225 00
April 5, 1894, Althee Alodesti, pro
visions for quarter ending March
31, 1894, paragraph 2432, revised
statutes 517 15
April 5, 1894, Althee Modesti. as
signed salary account Bt Hart
lee, paragraph 2426, revised stat
utes 100 00
April 5, 1894, W T Gonder & Co, as
signed salary aecount of guards
at prison, paragraph 2426, re
154.
vised statutes 402
26
April 5, 1894, Yuma Light and
Power company, water and light
for first quarter of 1894, para
graph 2432, revised statutes
597
158.
April 5, 1S94, John Stofela, as
signed accouL t of D B&lz, meat
for first quarter of 1894, para
graph 2132, revised statutes 723 57
April 5, 1894, Yuma Lumber com
pany, lumber furnished for first
quarter of 1891, paragraph 2432.. 46 64
April 5, 1893, A G Williams,
salary as prison commissioner
for first quarter of 1894, para
graph 2419, revised statutes
April 5, 1894, The St. Johns Eer
ald, publication of the govern
or's proclamation, act 91, laws
of 1893
180 SO
' 00
102.
April 6, 1894, Althee Modesti, as
signed aecount of A Strigneron,
salary as guard, paragraph 2432,
revised statutes 300 00
April C,1S94, Holmes, Gregory &
Lindsley, lumber for capitol
site commissioners, act 91, lawe
of 1893 12 40
April 7, 1891, E R Anderson, salary
as guard for first quarter of 1894,
paragraph 2426, revised statutes 300 00
April 7, 1894, J T Randall, salary as
guard for first quarter oflSM,
paragraph 2426, revised statutes 300 00
166, April 7, 1894, James Scon, salary as
guard for first quarter of 1894,
paragraph 2426, revised statutes 300 00
167. April 7, 1861, A Tyner, salary as
guard for first quarter of 1891,
paragraph 2426, revised statutes 300 00
168. April 7, 1891, S H King, salary as
guard for first quarter of 1894.
paragraph 2426, revised statutes 300 00
169. April 7, 1894, Eugene J Tripel, sal
ary as secretary and storekeeper
lor first quarter of 1894, para-
grapph 2422, revised statutes 150 00
170,
April 7, 1894,' Gandolfo & Sangnin
netti, assigned account for sup
plies for first quarter of 1894, .
paragraph 2432, revised statutes 40 68
April 7, 1894, Gandolfo & Sanguin-
171.
netti, general supplies furnished
first quarter of 1894, paragraph
2432, revised statutes '. 619 84
172. April 7, 1894, Gandolfo & Sanguin-
netti, general supplies furnished
for first quarter of 1894, para
graph 2132, revised statutes 500 00
173. April 7, 1894, Gandolfo & Sanguin-
netti, general supplies furnished
for first quarter of 1894, para
graph 2432, revised statutes 500 0 0
174. April 7, 1891, Gandolfo & Sanguin-
netti, general supplies furnished
for first quarter of 1894, para
graph 2432, revised statutes SCO 00
175. April 7. 1894, Gandolfo & Singuin-
netti, general supplies furnished
for first quarter of 1894, para
graph 2432, revised statutes 500 00
176. April 7, 1894, Gandi.Ho & Banguin-
neti, assigned account of guard
salary for first quarter of 1894,
paragraph 2426, revised statutes SOO 00
177. April 7, 1891, Gandolfo & Sanguin-
nettl, assigned account of
Tripel, paragraph 2422, revised
statutes 225 00
178. April 7, 1S94, Gandolfo & Sanguin-
netti, assigned guard salary for
first quarter of 1894, paragraph
2426, revised statutes
16 13
179. April 17, 1891. Gaadolfo & Sanguin
is etti, assigned guard salary for
first quarter of 1894, paragraph
2426, revised statutes
300 00
150. April 7, 1891, Gondolfo and San-
guinnetti, assigned account of
assistant superintendent, for
first quarter of 1894, paragraph
2421, revised statutes :
151. April 7. 1894, Gaudolfo & Sanguin-
netti, assig.iea account of P G
Cotter for first quarter of 1894,
paragraph 2436, revised statutes
182. April 7, 1894, Gandolfo & Sauguin-
netti, assigned account of Thos
Gates for first quarter of 1891,
paragraph 2421, revised statutes '
183. April 7, 1894, Gaudolfo & Sanguin-'
netti, assigned account of Thos
Solladay for first quarter of 1S94,
;7o 00
:75 00
2426, revised stat-
300 00
184. April 7,1891, Gandolfo & Sanguin-
netti, assigned account of SC
liagg, commissioner for first
quarter of 1894, paragraph 2419,
revised statutes 282 80
185. April 7, 1894, John W Dorrington,
advertising account for first
quarter of 1891. paragraph 2432,
revised statutes 250 00
186. April 7, 1894, Isaac Levy, assigned
fnard account for first quarter
of 1894, page 5426, chapter 1, title
51, revised statutes 70S 04
1S7, Apri1 7. 1894, F B Wightman, as
signed salary account of guaid
for first quarter of 1894, para
graph 2426, chapter 1, title 51, re
vised statutes .. 119 35
188. April 7, 1891, Col John H Martin,
expense account of regimental
band, act 90, laws of 1S93 30 00
189. April 7, 1S94, Oapt John J Wick-
ham, expense account of com
pany B for March, act 74, laws of
1S91
30 00
190. April 7, 1894, CaptJM Trager, ex
pense account of compuny. R for
March, act 74, laws of 1891
30 00
191. April 7, 1S91, Capt W E Mullen, ex
pense account of company C for
March, act 74, laws of 1S91 30 00
192. April 7, 1894, F A Ingalls, expense
account of company H for March
act 74, laws of 1SH1 30 00
193. April 9, 1894, L Zeckendorf & Co,
provisions and sundry supplies
lor first quarter of 1894, para
graph 2432, chapter 1, title 51, re
vised statutes 209 00
194. A pril 9, 1894. Jo ' Mullen, assigned
account of B F Hartlee for first
. quarter of 1894, paragraph 2426.
chapter 1, title 51, revised stat
utes 100 00
195. April 12, 1S94, The Star Publishing
company, stationery and print
ing for first quarter of 1894, para
graph 2432, chapter 1 , title 51, re
vised statutes 36 50
196. April 12, 1891, Captain George Hoch-
derffer, necessary expenses ac
count company "I" for March,
act 74, Laws of 1891 30 03
197. April 12, 1894, Capt Hinson Thomas.
necessary expenses account com
pany " for March, act 74, Laws
oflS91: 30 00
. April 12, 1891, The Sulphur Valley
News, publica:ion proclamation
of reward, act 91, Laws of 1893. . . 5 00
199. April 12, 1S94, The Arizona Repub
lican, publication list of war
rants for March, act 17 of 1891 33 00
. April 12, 1891, George Hough Smith,
salary as gardiner, extra work at
grounds, act 91, laws of 1893 97 00
261. April 12,1861,TheMesa Nursery com
pany, trees furnished for capitol
grounds, act 81, laws of 1893 26 00
. April 13. 1894,Patrick 3hanley .mile
age traveled as membdr live stock
sanitary commission, paragraph
2SU, revised Statutes 54 00
203. April 13, 1894, J G Campbell, mileage
traveled and per diem as mem
ber live stock sanitary comis
sion, paragraph 2S11, revised stat
utes 51 00
204. April 13, 1894, The Star Publishing
company, publication proclama
tion of reward, act 91, laws of 1893 10 00
205. April 13, 1394, The Mesa Free Press,
publication proclamation of re
ward, act 91, laws of 1893 5 00
206. Aprill3,;iS91, JTLesaeur.salaryand
mileage as prison commissioner,
paragraph 2412, C 1, title 51, re
vised statutes , 417 20
2 7. April 14, 1894, Hon Jno J Hawkins,
salary forquarter ending March
31, 1894, act 91, laws of 1893 225 00
208. April 14, 14, 1894, City of Phoenix,
rent for governor's office for first
quarter of 1891, act 91, laws .of
1893 100 00
205. April 14, 1894, City of Phcenix, rent
for terrltoi ial library rooms first
quarter of 1894, act 91, laws of
1893 100 00
210. April 14, 1S94, Charles Stough, ex
pense account in making arrest
of H C Whittaker, fugitive from
justice, act 91, laws of 1893 144 10
211. April 16, 1S94, Capt E H Cook, nec
essary expense account com
pany A for March, act 74, laws of
1891 30 00
212.
April 16, 1891, G G Wickson fc Co,
typewriter for prison, para
graph 2432, chapter 1, title 57, re
vised statutes 55 00
April 21, 1894, H L Crocker & Co,
register for hospital of territor
ial prison, paragraph 2432, chap
ter 1, title 57, revised statutes 20 65
April 24, 1894, Phoenix National
bank , assigned account for leather
furnished for first quarter of
1894, paragraph 2432, chapter 1,
title 57, revised statutes 321 40
Territorial School Fond Warrants.
Date, to whom payable, for what Amt,
purpose, and authority of law
for payment.
April 12, 1894, The Mesa Free Press,
printing, chapter 3, subdivision
No.
4, section 19, revised statutes ... 10 00
Insane Asylum Fund Warrantg.
No.
Date, to whom payable, for what Amt.
purpose, authority of law for
payment.
April 3, 1894,Board Directors Terri
torial I sane Asylum of Arizona,
10.
estimated expense account for
April, 1894, paragraph 24S3, re
vised statutes.. ?2,250 00
Territorial University Fand Warranto.
No. Date, to whom payable, for what Amt.
purpose.
326. April 4, 1S94, M P Freeman, Sec,
pay roll for March, 1894, voucher
No 823, paragraph 2491, revised
statutes 127 33
327. April 4MS94, M P Freeman, Sec,
payroll for M-irch, 1894, voucher
No 824, paragraph 2484, revised
statutes ". 40 00
328. April 9. 1894, Mrs B W Tichenor,
rent ofpiano, voucher No 825, act
61 Of 1891 12 00
329 April 9, 1894 Sunset Telephor-e and
Telegraph company, telephone
bill, voucher No 826, act 01 of
1S91 15 00
330. April 9, 1894, Gardiner and Wor
then, hardware, voucher No 827,
act 61 of 1891 .'.. 13 84
paragraph
u tes
April 9, 1894. David Dunham, wood
furnished, voucher No 828, act
61 of 1891 64 45
April 9, 1891, J A Black, repairing
clock, voucher No 829, act 61 of
1S91-; 2 00
April 9,1S94,M P Freeman, per diem
7 as regent, voucher No 830, act'
31, laws of 1891 10 00
April 9, 1894, Rochester Ford, per
v diem as regent, voucher No s.'.l,
act 31, laws of 1891 . . . 10 00
April 9.1891,8 M Franklin.per diem
s regent, voucher No 832, act 31,
laws of 1891 10 00
335.
336.
April 9, 1S94, H B Tenney.per diem
as regent, voucher No 83s, act 31 ,
laws of 1891.... 5 00
i37.
April 9, 1894.J Ivancovich, hay and
grain, voucher 331. act 61 of 1891 .
Aprill4,1894,MP Freeman, salary as
secretary for March, voucher No
8:15, revised statutes, chapter 2,
titfe52 .
18 70
339.
15 00
Normal School Fund.
Date, to whom payable, for what Amt.
and for what purpose.
April 5, 1891, FF Hudson, supplies
furnished certificate No. 409,
No.
128.
paragraph 2526, revised statutes.
10 10
April 5, 1894,GeoW Wilson, gardiner
and janitor fees for building ior
February, certificate No 410, par
agraph 2526, revised statutes 75 00
April 5, George W Wilson, gardener
and janitor fees for March, 1894,
certificate No 411 , paragraph 2526,
revised statutes 75 00
130.
Territorial Reform School Warrants.
No. Date, to whom payable, for what Amt.
purpose, authority of law for
payment.
'l. April 12, 1894, John C Grimm, mak
ing a table, section 30 of act No
81 of 1893 3 50
2. April 12, 1894, The Northwestera
Stamp company, stamp furnish
ed, section 30 of act N o 81 of 1993. 5 55
3. April 12, 1894, A H Smith, per diem
and mileage, section 30 of act SI
of 1893 60 00 I
4. April 12, 1894. J A Safnport, survey
ing ground for school, section 30
of act No 81 of 1893 17 50
5. April 12, 1894, Babbitt Bros. pres
and book for school, section 30 of
act 81 of 1893 13 0
6. April 12, 1894, J E Jones, salary as '
clerk of board. This claim was
disallowed 11105
7. April 12, 1894, Jones & Jones, print
ing, section 30, act 81 of 1893 14 00
k. April 12, 1894, C H Fancher, for At
lantic & Pacific Railroad Co ,
land purchase for site for school.
This claim was disallowed 400 00
9. April 12, 1894, Chas. Canall. sal
ary as treasurer, section 8 of act
S 81 of 1893 20 00
Office Territorial Auditor, (
Phiknix, Ariz., June 11, 1894, )
I, Howard C. Boone, Territorial Auditor, cer
tify the above to be a true and correct copy of ail
!31.
3i achim: shop.
Rapital Machine Shops
Madison St. Be'.
Are prepared to do all kinds
of . . .
Pipe Fitting,
Machine and Bo
Farm Machinery.
We have recently opened the finest equipped shop in the territory, and during the spring
mouths will make the repairing of threshers and farm machinery a specialty.
Separator Cylinders Skillfully Balanced.
Sickles ttround and Repaired.
E. E. Lincoln.
John Kkes.
M. S. Webb.
E. E.
CHOP
PH(ENIX CHOP HOUSE.
(Formerly French Restaurant.) '
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Fresh Fish, Oysters, Game in Season, well cooked meals served to order at short
notice. 26 E. WASHINGTON ST.
Next Door to Capitol Saloon.
The Palace Chop House
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Fresh Fish, Game and Oysters In Season. Everything New and Clean.
Table Supplied with the Best the Market Affords. .
In the Rooms of the Palace Saloon.
BELIABLE
The Best Shoes for
the Least Money.
So,
This is the
Silo
mm
DEALERS who push the sale of W. L. Douglas Shoes gain customers,
which helps to increase the sales on their full line of goods. They can
afford to sell at a less profit, and we believe you can save money by baying all your
footwear of the dealer advertised below. Catalogue free upon application.
These Celebrated Shoes are Sold by f flTTTJTTlT O -h "XT L' I ) T -
The New Shot Store In die Fleming Bloc! ViUD W UN fe J V Ml I .
warrants issued bv me ;from April 1, 1894,
to Aprsi;:, 1S94, inclusive.
IseaiJ HOWAP.D C. BOONE.
Ter. Auditor.
BanKs.
THE-
Valley Bank,
PHCENIX, ARIZONA.
Capital
Surplus
SIOO.OOO
- 25,000
WM. CHRISTY, President.
M. H.SHERMAN, Vice-Prtsident.
M. W. MKcKiENGBa, Cashier.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS,
MAKE COLLECTIONS,
BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE.
Discount Commercial Paper and do a
General Banking Business.
Cl flice Hours 9 a. m to 3 p. in,
CORRESPONDENTS.
Am. Exchange Natl. Bank...'. New York
The Anglo California Bank,
.San Frnnpl.nn. n. 1
National Bank of Illinois .Chicago, II 1
V ..-.... jliob Jiugeies
First National Bank
jritscuiLwaiionai J3HUK rrescott. Arizona.
THE MARICOPA
INCORPORATED FEBRUARY 1, 1888.
Paid up Capital, ... $100,000
Surplus, 20,000
Money Loaned on Loug or Short Time
oil Real Estate or Personal Security.
Interest Paid on Deposits
CHARLES 8. FORBES, Pres.
T. W. HINE, Gen. Man. and Cashier.
A. ... CRAMB. Asst. Cashier .
Executive Commitiee of Board of Directors:
T. W. Hlne, L.
E. Hewins, H. E. Kemp,
A. L. Cramb.
E. T. Little.
SAVE TIME AND MOffl
By taking the cheapest and quickest route
from Solomouville to Sheldon station and
Clifton, or from Clifton to Solomonville. Only
nine hours making the trip either wa7. Green's
regular mail haek leaves Solomouvi'le for Shel
don station every Mondav, Wednesday and
Friday at 8 o'clock a. m., arriving at Sheldon
by 3:30 p. m, making close connection with
the train from Lordsburg to Clifton. Return
ing fro- Sheldon to Solomonville on arrival of
train from Clifton every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, arriving at Solomonville by 4
o'clock p.m. We shall spare no time or ex
pense to make it to the interest of all who will
favor us with their patronage. Commercial
men and others who have to travel on odd days
can alway s be accommodated by timely notice.
Fare, $5, round trip $7.50. We have a corral at
Solomonville, where we give animals good,
care and plenty to eat and drink. Saddle
horses, teams and buggies to let Thanking
the public for their liberal patronage hereto
fore bestowed and asking a continuance of the
same, we remain yours respectfully,
K. GREEN & SON.
Solomonvills. Ariz.. March 14. 1894.
Center and First Ave., Phienix, Ariz.
or
LINCOLN & CO.
HOUSE.
FOOTWEAR.
DOUGLAS
GENUINE
WELT.
LOAN d TRUST CO.
for
Squakless.Bottoin Waterproof. Best Shoe sold at the price.
S4 end S3. GO Dress Shoe.
jtuti tuaiwJi, wu,, idling iium
$3.50 Police Shoe. 3 Soles.
uesi walking noe ever nutae.
$2.50, and $2 Shoes,
Unequalled at the price.
Boys $2 & $1.75. School Shoes
LADIES'
$3, $2.50 $2, $1.75
uest ixmgoia, stylish, 1'eriece
itiiiiganu servicealrle.Kest
in the world . All Styles.
Insist upon having W. L
jjougms noes. jante
ami price stamped on
bottom. KrocKton
Mass.

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