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THE ARIZONA KEBUBUCAN SATURDAY MORNING, JUNJI 16, Mi.
FIRST KNOCK-DOWN, The City Lands Hard on the Sign-Post Franchise. Mr. Baker Who Discovered a Hole and Put a Post Into It Is Given a Nominal Fine. If the city can keep up the gait it struck yesterday and maintained to the first quarter pole, when it comes under the wire Mr. E. H. Winters and his sign post and etreet designating franchise will have been shut out. It is intended to convey that in the action against Mr. Baker who was charged with ob structing the streets the defendant was found guilty and fined $1. One dollar isn't much of a financial eain in itself but if it can be made to stick in this instance it will be eqi?:l to hundreds of dollars to Phtenix. The suit is the betrianiiij; of the con test between Mr. Winters and the city council to test the validity and durabil ity of his franctiise for disfiauring the streets of the city. Mr. Baker, the plaintiff, is a sub-contractor detected and arrested in the act of sowing a summer crop of sign post". The determination of tiin guilt or in nocence of the charge against him was a matter of no ioipoi tai ce except in so far as it indicated the plan of campaign. He was defended by Messre. Arm strong and Campbell. The prosecution was managed by City Attorney Israel. The testimony for the city consisted of the marshal's story of the arrest of the defendant after the passage of a resolution by the council declaring the sign post contract otf. It was learned too that the tsts had been located by guess and as the ordinance granting the franchise had prescribed that they must be exactly on the street corner, the holder of the franchise seemed to be as closely circumscribed as the mer chant of Venice had been by the bond which allowed him a pound of bloodless flesh, not more and no less. This particular post, of which com plaint was made, was set out with refer ence to two rows of shade trees which do not seem to h;ive been set out with reference to anything else than the well known mathematical principles that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line and that two objects may bs easily placed on a straight line. Anyway the city engi neer discovered that the objectionable post had been located in the street four feet and some inches in one direction aud two feet and odd inches in another fiotn the exact corner. The reader will not understand that this post was in two directions from the corner but that it was so far south and so far west from its legal location. The witnesses for the defense were the defendant himself and Mr. Winters. Mr. Baker's evidence related entirely to the discovery of the hole in which he placed the post. He disavowed all responsibility for the hole, but he stated where it was with reference to the shade trees. Mr. Winters described the ordinance under which he was operating and the expense bo far of carrying out its pro visions, which, including lumber, labor and paint, was not far from $2,000. Then the arguments were begun. The city attorney briefly stated that he intended only to consider Mr. Baker as an obstructionist and a violator of ordinance No. 100, but if the other gen tlemen desired to drag Mr. Winters in to this row he would assist. The other gentlemen replied that this was the sort of a complication they were after. Mr. Armstrong offered an array of authorities to show that the city could not crawl out of a bad bargain and that a nuisance officially authorized was a go. Judge Campbell offered some more authorities of the same tenor and in dulged in light and airy remarks about the city council. Judge Israel closed by introducing counteracting precedents showing that the authorities offered by his brethren on the other side related to foreign af fairs. He stuck rigidly to the theory that when Mr. Baker was arrested he was infracting ordinance No. 100. The court took the same view of it and the other siae appealed. IN LEGAL PRECINCTS. The Sortition Case Passes Beyond the July Term. Judge Baker yesterday allowed the attorneys for the defense in Sortillon's case sixty days in which to prepare a bill of exceptions and a statement jof Bnoes. To be Absolutely Given Away. Bow it Will Be Done. We have had made for us a num ber of keys one of which will un lock the heavy plate glass and metal money box r.ow in exhib ition in onr show window. We have placed in this box !J25 in sold and on July 4. 1804, each holder of one of these keys will be permitted to try to unlock the box. The per son whose key opens the box will be given the contents, absolutely free. How To Get a Key. With every pair of shoes pur chased we will give one key free. There is but one key that will un lock the box. Yours mav be the one. Buy the Chandler Shoe, everyone knows they are the best. H. L. CH1NDLER SHOE CO. facts. This takes the case beyond the Ju;y term of supreme court, so that it cannot be heard until next January. The resignation of Judge Jordan as district court commissioner was ac cepted and Judge Jos. H. Campbell was appointed to succeed him. The only other business in court was the hearing of arguments in a motion for a new trial of the case of Jno. T. Jones vs. Sheriff Murphy and his bondsmen. Tents and wagon covers at Thayer's, 12(i Washington street. Kidney Trouble. Some most excruciating pain comes from derangement of the kidneys. This is the testimony Senator Henry C. Nelson of New York as to the value of Al'cock's Porous Plasters in such cases : "On the 27th of February, 1893, I was taken with a violent pain in the region of the kidneys. I suffered such agony thnt 1 could hardly stand up. As soon as possible I applied two Allcock's Po -ous Plasters, one over each kidney, and laid down. In an hour to my snr urise and delieht, the pain had vanished p.nd I was well; I wore the plasters for a day or two as a precaution, and then removed them. 1 nave been using All- cock's Porous Plasters in my family for the last ten years, and have always found them the quickest and best remedy for colds, strains and rheumatic affections. From my experience I be lieve they are the best plasters in the world." Erandreth's Pills tone up the system. Parties desiring lots in the beautiful Simms addition! should apply to J.T. Simms, Office Room 3 Moninon build ing, from 10 to 12 and 1 to 3 o'clock. Chain harness at Thayer's. Peoples' Mass Meeting. Under the auspices of the Peoples Party of Phoenix, a mass meeting will Ih held at the Phoenix citv hall on Sat urday next, June 16. at 8 o'clock p. m. Ladies are invited. Questions of public interest will be discussed by the follow ing speakers: Mrs. Kose Heenan of Oregon, Hon. Foy of Colorado, Captain Hill and (i. K. Miller. Sweet Home. When the intelligent and discreet citizen selects his home, he looks for a healthfu,, attractive and accessible lo cation. Without these a home is im possible. , These features in general, and in the fullest detail, are offered to the home seekers of Phoenix in generous measure byCol. James T. Simms in the new suburb he is just developing on North Center street. If you want to keep cool this summer get an electric, fan from Pratt Bros. Call and see them work. Excursion Rates. On and after May 20th the Phoenix City Railway company will sell excur sion tickets for 10 cents, good for two consecutive round trips on Monday and Tuesday of each week. This will give you one hour and a half's ride, covering fourteen miles for 10 cents. Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat. When Can You Go? The Santa Fe Route" will sell from Deming or El Paso round-trip tickets good until October 31st to the following points and at the following prices, Chi cago $68.60, St. Louis $61.10, Kansas City $52.95, Milwaukee $72.10 and St. Paul $76.45. Call or address agents named below. C. C. Carpenter, C. H. Morehouse, Trav. Pass. Agt. D. F. & P. A. El Paso. El Paso. In all the annals of restaurantdom in this citv there never has beeu such a change for the better as has lately taken place at the Nickel Plate. Noth ing is as it used to be. Everything tastesgood. Barb wire at Thayer's. Electric Fans. The East End Electric works are now prepared to make contracts for fan ser vice for the coming season commencing May 1, 1894, on the only reliable, safe and satisfactory system ilO volt direct. All other systems are unreliable, un satisfactory and dangerous. Applica tions should be made at once to the company's office, corner Second and Adams streets. Wall to Let. Gardiner'B Hall in the Gardiner block on Washington street near corner of Third, may be rented for dances, parties, socials ana entertainments. It is provided with seats, elect.rip liaht. and is perfectly safe in construction. Terms reasonable. Fan service for the hot months will be furnished by the Phoenix Light and Power company to customers as in the past. Apply to H. Mac Davenport, room 17, National Bank of Arizona building. Send us 75 cents in stamps and we will mail you The Weekly Republican for six months. No better way to learn all about the Great Salt River valley and its unparaleled climate and re sources. Tinware at Thayer's. MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK. On the Main Line of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. On the crest of the AUeghenies, 3,000 feet, above the tide water, is one of the most charming and healthful resorts and contains 800 acres of forest and glade. The temperature is delightful and hay fever and malaria are un known. The park is lighted by elec tricity. The hotels and boarding houses are first olass ; board from $7 to $15 per week. Furnished cottages or rooms at reasonable rates. All Baltimore & Ohio trainB stop at the park. Write to L. A. Rudisill, superintendent, Mountain Lake Patk, Md., in regard to hotels, etc., and for information as to time of trains, rates of fare, etc., call on any agent of the Baltimore & Ohio South western railway, or address O. P. Mc Carty, general passenger agent, St. Louis, Mo. Having determined to spend the sum mer in Los Angeles I have arranged with Dr. D. M. Purman, late of Indian apolis, Ind., to attend to my practice until my return. W. H. Ward, M. D. DgiIcIour Pastry. The pies, cakes, cobblers, short cake and pudding which are now served at the Nickel Plate are a revelation to the patrons of the place. The delicious, flaky, fresh pastry is free of deleterious ingredients. The management is new and has renovated the entire place. H. Mac Davenport has taken charge of the Phoenix Light and Power com pany's works, vice H. Ohnick, who has resigned. All complaints should be made to him at the office, room 17, Na tional Bank of Arizona building. Where Will You Spend the Summer? The Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern railroad has an attractive list of sum mer resorts reached via its lines. Be fore you decide where to go, ask some agent of the B. & O. S. W. R'y. for a copy or write O. P. McCarty, general passenger agent, St. Louis, Mo. Ice Cream. ICECREAM, STRAWBERRIES and CREAM. FRkSH HOME MADE CAKE, Ice Cream Sold by the Quart or Gallon. MRS. H. S. GORDON, Gregory House ICE CREAM PARLOR. A CARD invites inspection, and that's especially the case with our card which tells you the proper place to purchase drugs and medicines. They are the preservers of health, and what effects your health is of vital moment. Never be indifferent about your medicines, but be sure that they are carefully compounded by com petent pharmacists. All our drugs are pure, fresh, and potent, and every pre scription compounded by us is correctly and conscientiously prepared. Besides drugs and medicines we also carry a complete line of toilet articles and per fumery. C. ESCHWIAN & CO. 'ive Points Saloon TV. A. RING, Prop. Takes special pride in the quality of his Pepper's whis&y and seta out the coolest and freshest glaF oi draught beer in the city at fVmf q iffMPrivate rooms and special " vCliLO entrance for ladies. Boardlns. Do You Want , 0 A Good Place to Board f Why Not Try THE IVY GREEN RESTAURANT? Adams Street, Between first and Center. Mrs. A. Wil liamson, Prop A-11 Asseiatlon. IAT1 OF AKIZOKA. (Incorporated for thirty years.) Is just the thing. A long felt want filled at last. 'Tis the wish of every parent to begin their child in life with some money, and the Child's Aid association does that well. Judge M. H. Reno is generitJ manager, W. H. Smith, secretary and Dr. A. M. Tuttle medical director and treasurer besides a corps of representatives in the field, assures for this Arizona's enter prise success. Tis well worthy of confidence and oatronage and you will do yourself aud child injustice and it! will be a ereat overlook if you do not at once look into its merits and get full particulars of its solicitors or ottice. 10 SOUTH CBMfiR ST., PHdNIX, : : : : : ARIZONA. : hie- PH(ENIX BAKES! EDWARD E1SELE, Prop. This popular esta' ilishment has ben refitted and renovated, throughout. Every thing in. the way of baking STRICTLY FIRST CLASS All orders attended to with promptness and to the utmost snU-faction of our pat rons. F ree delivery to any part of the city. PHOENIX BAKERY fortw Bik. A LIVE CIGAE FIRM CIGARS, TOBACCO, SMOKERS' GOODS. A.COHN&BRO 40 Washington St. pjext to the Palace. Genuine Palmer Hammocks at The Irvine Company. Alias Summons. In the District Court of the Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the Comity of Maricopa. Action brought in the Di8trict Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Ari zona, in and for Maricopa County, and the com plaint filed in said Maricopa Connty, in he office of the Clerk of said District Court. BKHJAMts Goi.pjcan, Plaintiff, 1 VS. W. A. Dagos, P. P. Dagosj K. E. Daggs, a. L. Johns, A. J. Daggs, and P. J. Cole, Defendants. J 1 In the name of the Territory of Arizona, to W. A. Dagss. P. P. Daggs, R. E. Daggs, A. L. 1 Johns, A. J. Daggs, and P". J. Cole, defendants, greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizoni, in and for Maricopa County, and ans wer the complaint therein filed with the clerk of this said court, at Phoenix, in said County, within ten days after the service upon you of this summons, if served in this said County, or if served out of this said County and within this said Judicial District, then within twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above men tioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Maricopa County, this 29th day seal of May, A. D. 1894. J. E. WALKER, Clerk of said District Court. Fitch & Campbell, attorneys for plaintiff. First published May 30, 1894. Alias Summons. No. 1989. In the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of Maricopa. Action brought in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Ari zona, in and for Maricopa County, and the complaint filed in said Maricopa County, in the office of the clerk of said district court. Ellen M. Shultz, Plaintiff, 1 VS. 1 R. E. Daggs. W. A. Daggs, and P. P. ( Daggs, Defendants. J In the name of the Territory of Arizona to R. E. Daggs, W. A. Daggs, P. P. Daggs, defend antf, greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Maricopa County, and an swer the complaint therein filed with the clerk of this aia court, at Phoenix, in said county within ten days after the serviee upon you of this summons, if served in this said county, or if served out of this said county and withiii this said judicial district,-then within twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above men tioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by default will be taken against you. (liven under my hand and Beal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of seal Arizona, in and for Maricopa County, this 29th day of May, A. D, MH. J.E.WALKER, Clerk of said District Court. Fitch & Caupbell, attorneys for plaintiff. First publication May 30, 1894. Sheriffs Sale. D. D. MALLORY, 1 Plaintiff, I vs. E. R. HILLER and 1 WILLIAM PILC HER, I Defendants J By virtue of an order of sale issued out of the District court of the Third judicial district of the territory of Arizona, in and for Maricopa county, on the 2nd day of June, 1894, and to me on the 4th day of June, 1894, as sheriff, dnly di rected and delivered on a judgment rendered in said court on the 8th day of May, 1894, for the sum of $11,211.36, with interest on the same from date of judgment until paid, at the rate of 12 per cent per annum, together with $500, at torney's fees, $248.09, territorial and county taxes and costs of suit taxed at $48.10, the las three sums amounting to $796.19 bear interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum from date of judgment, with a foreclosure of a lien upon the following described property, upon which I made levy on the 4th day of June, 1894, to-wit All of block 93 in the city of Phoenix, territory of Arizona. Public notice is hereby given that I will at the court house door ofjthe county of Maricopa, Arizona Territory, athe hour of 12 o'clock, noon, on Wednesday, the 27th day of June, 1894, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash in United States lawful money, all the right, title, claim and interest of the said defendant in and to the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment and all costs of suit. J. K. MURPHY, Sheriff. By FRANK M. KING, Deputy. First publication, June 6, 1S94. Ordinance No. 1C9. An Ordinance to Amend an Ordinance enti tied "An Ordinance to Provide Measures for More Plainly and Definitely Marking tne streets or rnoemx ior ine uonvenieuce of the Public numbered ordinance 124 The Common Council of Phoenix do or dain as follows: SECTION I. That section one of an ordinance entitled "an ordinance to provide measures for more definitely and plainly marking the streets of Phoenix for the convenience of the public" be and the same is hereby amended as follows, to wit: by the addition of the following words at the end of said section I. "Provided that not more than one of said sign board indicators shall be erected or maintained at any point on Washington street where the said street is intersected by Fourth, Third, Second or First streets, Center street, or Fourth, Third, Second, or First avenues, or any intersecting alley on said Washington street. SECTION II. This Ordinance shall be in force from and after its passage and publication as by law re quired. Passed the Common Council the 5th day of June, A. D. 181)4. Approved this 5th day of June, 1894. Attest: JAMES D. MONIHON. Ed. Schwartz. Mayor. Seal City Recorder. Date of first publication June 6, 1894. Ordinance No. 170. Concerning the levy, assessment and collection of city taxes for the fiscal year 1891 and 1895. The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. The fiscal vear for the Citv of Phoenix shall commence on the 1st dav of July of each year and end on the 30th day of June of each vear thereafter. Bsc. 2. A city tax of seventy cents uoon every One Hundred (?100.00) Dollars of the assessed valuation of property is hereby levied and imposed u Don all property leal and per sonal (except such as may be by law exempt from taxation) in the City of Phoenix, for the general current expenses of said city for the 1 1 ard.wa.re. WIRE CLOTH for WINDOW SCREENS WATER COOLERS at Hardware Store . . . fiscal year commencing on the 1st day of July, 1891, ana ending on tne -ma day oi j une, i9,-. Sac. 3. An additional citv tax of nineteen cents upon every One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars of the assessed valuation of property is hereby levied and imposed upon an property, real and personal (except such as may be by law exempt from taxation) in the City of Phoenix for the payment of the accruing interest upon the bonds of said city, viz: The fire apparatus bonds, the city hall bonds, the city hall, fire engine and plaza bonds, for the fiscal year commencing on the 1st day of July, 1894, and ending on tne autn aay ot june, lass. bbc. 4. The tax nereoy levied snail nave tne force and effect of a judgment aeainst the per sons and property assessed and taxed and shall be and constitute a lien mon all the property real and personal, assessed and taxed from and after the levy hereby made, which lien Bhall constiiute and remain a lien until all such taxes, together with, the per cent, penalty, costs and chaiges for delinquency thereof, if any thereby, shall be fully paid or the property nas absolutely vesiea in a purcnaser unuer a sale for such taxes, the percentage, penalties and costs, and shall have all the force and effect givtn by virtue of Article 13, Section 3, of the Act ot tne i:n legislative AssemDiy. oi tne Territory of Arizona, entitled "An Act to Amena an Act untitiec an Act to incorporate the City of Phoenix, approved February 25th. 1891," approved March 11th, 1885, and an Act of tne aeventeentn legislative AssemDiy or tne Territory of Arizona, entitled, "An Act Grant ing to Incorporated Cities Certain Powers and Privileges in Addifon to those Already Vested in tnem oy cnarter or i,enerai laws oi tne Territory," approvea April ia:n, i&ys. Real estate belonging to any person liable to pay a personal property tax, shall be subject to seizure ana saie ior sucn personal property tax, should the same become delinquent, to gether with the per cent, penalty and costs of such delinquency, and such personal property tax shall be a lien upon real estate from and alter the levy nereoy maae. tiC. a. rne city assessor snan maKe tne as sessment of all property subject to taxation in said city of Phoenix, and shall prepare, com- Dlete and file tne assessment roll mereot witfi the city recorder of said city, by the 1st day of September, i94. i Tne manner ana iorm oi making tne assess ment of taxes shall conform as near as practi cable to the laws of the territory regarding the assessment of taxes for county and territorial purposes, and all property snail be assessed at its full cash value. The common council shall sit as a board ot equalization, upon the 2nd Monday in Sep tember, 1894, and shall continue its sessions from dav to dav until the business thereof is dlsposea ox; proviuea, nowever, mat. saia Duara shall not sit alter tne -tin aay oi septemoer, 1894. exceot as in this section provided. Such hoard of eaualization shall have power upon complaint filed, to hear and determine whether the assessed value of any property is too small or too great, and mav change and correct any valuation either by increasing or diminishing such valuation upon good grounds shown therefor, whether such valua tion was fixed by the owner or the assessor, but before the Doara oi equalization snail increase or add to the assessed valuation of any prop erty in the assessment roll, they shall direct the city recorder to give notice to the person interested of the day when they shall act in the matter, allotting a reasonable time for the appearance of the person interested, bucn no tice shall be in writing and may be delivered to the person interested personally, or de posited in the postoffice and a idressed to him at his place of residence, postage prepaid. On the hearing of any matter before such board, they msy issue process requiring the attendance of any person to testify under oath concerning the value of the property in ques tion. Any person whose assessed value of property was increased by the board of equali zation, and not appearing before the board at its session in September, may appear before the common council at it first regular meeting in October, 1894, and if they make affidavit to the effect that they had no notice of such increase OI valuation w tue Buiisiacbiuu ui iub common council. then the common council may resolve itself into a board of eaualization. and the person so filing his affi davit may be heard concerning such increase of valuation and the determination then shall be final. The citv recorder shall enter vpon the as sessment roll all changes made by the board of equalization. The citv assessor shall attend all the meetings of the board of equalization and he shall have the right to produce evidence concerning any question of the valuation of property, and the board shail diligently inquire into the valua tion of all property in the ci'y to the end that it may De assessed lainy ;im equitaDiy, ana assessed at its full cash valvt-. The board tnav reauire the assessor to enter upon such assessment roll and assess any other property which haB not been assessed, and the assessment and the equalization so made shall have the same force and effect as if made by the assessor before the delivery of the assess ment roll by him to the city recorder. After the board of equalization shall have closed its sessions, the assessor shall charge the tax as levied by this ordinance and as may be corrected by said board of equalization against the nams of each individual or piece of prop erty. After the amount ot taxes is so aaaeo, the assessment roll shall be called the Tax Roll of the City of Phrenix, and the tax thereon charged shall continue to be a lien upon said prop rtf and shall oe due and payable on the 2nd Monday in October, 1894. The mayor, by direction of the common council of said city, shall annex to said Tax Roll, bis warrant attestea oy tne city recoraer, and direct the tax collector oi saia city to col lect the amount of the taxes so levied and iin posed All taxe" remaining upon said Tax Roll un naidon the 3d Monday in November, 1894 shall be declared delinquent, and the amount of one and one-half (lH)of one (1) per cent per month from saia ante until tne tax is paia, shall be added to the respective sums so de linquent together with the sum of one ($1.00) dollar costs tor advertising sucn aennquency, and the tax collector of said City of Phoenix shall, after no '.ice published once a week for four (4) successive weeks in a newspaper pub lished and primed in said city, sell at public vendue any or all of such piece or parcel of property upon which any tax is delinquent or so ww h thereof as may be necessary to pay the amout of the tax thereon and costs accru ing upon such sale, together with the amount for sucn aennquency as aroresaia, Sec. 6. The tax collector may at any time after receiving the warrant of the mayor for the collection ot tne taxes hereby levied, col lect oy distress and sale, if not otherwise col Talk s Hubbard lected, the taxes due on personal property owned by the assessed. The saie must beat public auction attar one (1) week's nniice of the time and place thereof given by publication in a newspaper published and printed in the city of Phoenix, or by posting notices thereof in three (3) public places therein and of a suffi cient amount thereof to pay the taxes, percent a ge and costs For seizing and selling personal property the tax collector may charge the sum of three (f3.00) dollars as costs of such sale. On pay ment of the price paid for the propert sold, the delivery thereof with a bill of sale vest the title thereto in the purchaser; all excesses over taxes, percentage and costs and the proceeds of any such sale, must be returned to the owner of the property so sold, and until claimed must be deposited with the city treasurer subject to the order of the owner, heirs or assigns. The tax collector must make and return the same settlement with taxes collected in this manner as In otner cases. Sec. 7. All sales of rel property for delin quent taxes as provided in this ordinance, shall take place in front of the office ol the city recorder of said city, at the citv hall of said city, and such sales shall be conducted in accordance with the laws of the territory of Arizona providing for tax galea aB near as prac ticable. Sbc. 8. If within one (1) year after thp nal of real property for delinquent taxes and penal ties (personal property is excepted from the provisions of this section, the title to which Bhall at once vest in the purchaser upon sale, aB hereinbefore provided) the owner or other party having a direct interest therein appear and pay such tax aud delinquency with all costs thereon, together with thirty (30) per cent penalty on the purchase price, then such owner or party in interest may redeem said property, bbc. a. ii no redemption is maae within one (1) year after Bale of real property as herein provided, then the tax col lector of nit shall make the purchasers deed for the tame, ami suuu ucbu umj au&uuwieugea snail snow; First: That tne property was assessed, the assessment equalized and the taxes levied in accordance with the ordinance. second : 1 fiat the taxes were not paid and at the proper time and place the property was , sold by the proper officer, as provided by this ordinance. Third: That the property was not redeemed and thai the person executing the deed is the proper omcer, as uesignatea Dy tnis ordinance. When real estate is sold to pay the taxes and penalties on personal property, the deed shall set forth that the real estate belonged to the person liable to pay the tax. Such deeds duly acknowledged or proved shall be final evidence (except as against actual irauaj oi me regularity or. all proceedings from the assessment by the assessor inclusive up to the time of the execution of such deed. All such deeds are to be made at the expense of the purchaser and not to exceed three (S3. 00) dollar i each for the execution thereof. Sbc. 10. No demand for taxes shall be neces sary, hut it shall be the duty of every person subject to taxation under this ordinance to at tend in person or by agent or attorney at the office of said tax collector and pay his taxes neiore tne same oecome aeunquent. Sec. 11. At the tax sale hereinbefore pro vided for and after receiving the taxes, per centage and costs, the tax collector must make out in duplicate a certificate dated on the day of the sale, stating when kuown the name of the person assessed, a description of the prop erty sold and the amount paid therefor; that it was tola ior taxation, giving the amount and year of the assessment and specifying the time when the purchaser will be entitled td the deed. The certificate mnst be signed by the tax collector and one (1) copy to be delivered to tne purcnaser ana tne other filed in the of fice of the city assessor and tax collector. The tax collector must also, in a book kept for that purpose, enter a description of the property sold corresponding with the descrip tion in the certificate, the date of the sale, the name of the purchaser an the amonnt nniri. and regularly number the entry in such book bo as to correspond with a like number on the certificate. Such book shall be kept in the of fice of the city assessor and tax collector and open to inspection by the public. . Such certificates shall be assignable and an assignment thereof shall vest in the assignee or nis legai representative ail rignt ana title of the original purchaser. On filing such certificate with the citv re corder, the lien o( the city vests in the pur cnaser ana is only divested by payment to him or the tax collector for his use of the pur chase money with thirty (;10) per cent, penalty as aforesaid, and seven (7) per cent interest on the purchase money from the dae of sale, and such payment must be made before the ex piration of the time for the redemption of snch property. Sec. 12. All fees, penalties aud costs col lected by the assessor and tax collector under the provisions of this ordinance shall be paid over by said officer and accounted for by him to the said City of Phoenix. Sec. 13. All ordi-aances and parts of ordin ances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed. Sec. 14. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage, ap proval and publication for ten (10) davs in a newspaper published in the City of Phoenix, Arizona Territory. Passed by the Common Council of Phoenix this 7th day of June A. D., 1894. Approved this 7th day of June, A. D., 1S94. SEAL JAMES D. MONIHON, Mayor. Attest: Ed. Schwartz, ' , " City Recorder. i First publication June 8,. 1894. Ordinance No. 171. An ordinance repealing an ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to Provide Measures for More Definitely and Plainly, Marking the Streets of Phoenix for the Convenience of the Public." The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. That ordinance numbered ordi nance 124 entitled "an ordinance to provide measures for more definitely and plainly mark ing the streets of Phoenix for the convenience of the public" be and the same is hereby re pealed. Sbc. 2. This ordinance shall be in force from and after its passage and publication as re quired by law. Approved by the common council of the city on Ihe 7th day of June, A. D. 1894. Passed this 7th day of June, A. D. 1894. JAMES D. MONIHON, Attest: Mayor. Seal Ed. Schwartz, City Recorder First publication June 8, 1S94. ORDINANCE NO. 172. Amending ordinance No. 148, entitled 14 An or dinance amending ordinance Ko. 13S in re gard to city licenses. The common council of Phoenix do ordain as follows : Section 1, Ordinance No. 148, amending or dinance Ko. 135, is hereby amended as fol lows: Sec. 2. After section No. 60 anew seetlon shall be added which shall be section No. 61 and shall read as follows: Every person who peddles or vends from door to door within the city of Phoenix any fresh veal, pork, beef or mutton Bhall pay a quarterly license tax of one hundred and fifty dollars. Skc. 3. Nothing herein shall be construed as preventing any person selling any veal, pork, beef or mutton by the carcass providing the animal from which such carcass is made was grown and raited by the person offering such carcasB for sale. Sec. 4. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby re pealed. Sbc. 5. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and pub lication according to law. Passed by the common council this 12tL day of June, A. D.,18tJ4. Approved this 12th day of June, A. D.. 1894, Attest: J. D. MON HON , seal Ed Schwartz, Mayor. Ciiy Recorder. Date of first publication June 13, 1894. Meat Mlarltet. BEEP and all kinds of FRESH AND CURED MEATS AND SAUSAGE. Kept in cold storage. V Family Orders Promptly Delivered. CHAS. KRAFT. Washington Market Next to Nickel Plate