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THE ARIZONA KJCPUBLICAjN s TUESDAY MORNING, J.UN2S 19, l&U.
MISPLACED PATIENTS. A Crowing Annoyance at the Insane Asylum. The Authorities ComDlaln of the Facility With Which Indigent Per sons Are Adjudged Insane. A custom has been lately gaining ground amoDg probate judges, which gives the insane asylum authori ties a great deal of trouble. Either there is a misapprehension of the con ditions which are requisite for admis sion to the asylum, or else many pro bate judges btlieve that the absence of facilities at home for the care of the indigent makes them wards of the ter ritory. The result of this interpreta tion of law or conditions by probate judges is that there r.ou- appear on the asylum rolls 112 patients, whereas there are only about, eighty who by any stretch of imagination may be beiievad to be insane. The rest are shiiply poor and helpless wrecks of accident or habit. Within two weeks three women, confirmed morphine fiend?, but (fnlfer inv; from no special mental disease, have been committed from this county. The "misplaced" from the o:h r coun ties are in about the name ratio to population. The evil which followsis threefold. It pi ace uuon the ter ritory a burden which it is not intended it should bear. It inflicts upon the country a heavy expense for transportation and it makes a bad showing for the territory, making it ap pear that the rate oi insanity in the territory is about forty-two per cent, larger than it really is. On the other hand, it decreases the apparent indi gency, but does not greatly reduce the counties' expense of caring for their in digent, since the cost of transportation is nearly, if not quite, as ereat as their mainteuance at home would be. The superintendent might within a Bhort time discharge these patients as cured, since they have not been insane at all, but they would be iu no better shape to take care of themselves. Superintendent Hamblin has there fore devised a ohm 'for beginning at the bottom of the evil. Hi is engaged in the formulation of a set of rules pre scibini the precise conditions under which patients ought to be admitted to the asylum. Ha will forward copies of the rules alon with proper blanks to the probate j adzes of the territory, and will advise that persons committed for insanity shall be subjected to still an other examination after arrival. GOT IT IN THE NECK. Mrs. MaggieJohnson Strangely Wounded While Looking Into a Pistol to See if It Is Loaded. Barrel Mrs. Wm. Johnson, living two miles southeast of the city, shot herself in an unexplainable manner on Sunday after noon. No one saw the accident, if it was an accident, but when Mrs. John eon was discovered a hole was found in her neck an inch below the right ear and two inches left of it. The skin about the wound was powder-burned and her hair was singed by the dis charge. She explained that when the pistol was discharged she was examin ing it to see if it was loaded. How she managed to inflict Buch a wound as has been described is a mystery. The weapon was of "22-caliber and the injury is not considered a serious one. The bullet haB not been found. The injured woman is better known aa Maggie Deane, whose experience of three years ago was the subject of wide newspaper description. One night Bhe suddenly disappeared from her home simultaneously with the disappearance of a young man named Jim Robinson, who lived at her father's house. About midnight on the following night she re turned and said that she had been kid napped by Robinson, who conducted her away at the point of a shotgun, and duringtheir wanderings had repeatedly outraged her. Ribinson was arrested next day and thrown into jail. A few months later he was tried on a charge of rape, but the jury disagreed. A sec ond trial was had a year later with the same result. At the third trial, a little . nore than a year ago, he was acquitted. Slioes. Try Have you .ever noticed that if you lay a pair of shoes away for a few days in this d ry climate especially the soles harden ami stiffen. W hen thev are resumed the leather is ljjble to crack. This can he remed ed by saturating the soles with vaseline and letting them stand soles up so the ointment can son kin. This hint may be worth money to you. We offer it freely with a re minder that a stock bf thoroughly reliable shoes is always kept by H. L. CIMDLIR SHOE CO. UNABLE TO IDENTIFY. Would Not Arrest Him Until Con vinced Further. Deputy Sheriff Frank Daws of Mc Donnell, Ariz., arrived here yesterday with a warrant for the arrest, on an in dictment, of J. C. Towle, ex-president of the Mountain City bank, who had been traced to this city. Towle, since his flight, has been eat ing all his meals at the Nickel Plate Restaurant on Washington street, near the Monihon block, and the clean, wf olesome food he had partaken of ttwre had so materially improved his locks and changed his appearance that th) sheriff emphatically refused to ar refit him until he had further proof of his identification. Until the proof ar rives the sheriff has decided to take his mi ale also ar, the Nickel Plate, as the prces are lower than at any restaurant in town and everything served of the beat. A Life lusurance Policy. Everv man oueht to have one, but a long step toward that is the possession ot Allcock's Porous Plasters. It is cer tain that they prolong life by relieving the strain that comes from continued suffering. Manv a man can endure a sharp dis ease better he than can the wear and War of pains, little in tlietnseives, yet constant in ttieir strain upon the sys tem. A weak back, stiffness of the joints, soreness of the muscles, seem to manv unworthy of special notice. Yet they do not a little to exhaust the powers of pliysical endurance. Allcock's Porous f lasters relieve them at once, and no wise man will fail to use them on the first sign of pain. It is a very small premium that he has to pay. Brandreth's Pills will cuoe indiges tion. Everybody Interested. People are certainly taking interest in that beautiful tract of residence land a quarter of a mile out north Center street known as the Simms addition There have been several transfers lately which at this time of vear speaks well for the property. Half a dozen at least are preparing to build in the near future and as there is a restriction upon the co9t and character of the bjildines a desirable neighborhood is assured for all time. Parties desiring lots in the beautiful Simms addition! should apply to J.T, Simms, Office Eoom 3 Monihon build ing, from 10 to 12 and 1 to 3 o'clock. Delicious 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 deliciouB. flaky, fresh pastry is free of deleterious ingredients, lhe management is new and has renovated the entire place. H.Mac Davenport has taken charge oi tne rncemx Light ana Power com pauy's works, vice H. Ohnick, who has retigned. Ali complaints should be made to him at the office, room 17, Na tional Bank of Arizona building. Dr. Ancil Martin, eye, ear, nose, throat ana general surgery. 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 eo, ask some agent of the B. & 0. S: W. R'y. for a copy or write O. P. McCarty, general passenger agent, St. Louis, Mo. Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat. When Can You Go? The Santa Fe Ronte" will sell from Deming or El Paso round-trip tickets good until October 31st to the followine 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 city 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 tastes good. Electric Fans. The East End Electric works are now prepared to make contracts for fan ser vice for the coming season commencing may i, ioy4, on the only reliable, safe and satisfactory system 110 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 Btreeto. Hall to Let. Gardiner's Hall in the Gardiner block on Washington street near corner of Third, may be rented for dances. parties, socials and entertainments. Tr. is provided with seats, electric light and is perfectly 6afe in construction Terms reasonable. Fan service for the hot months will be furnished by tha Phoenix Light and Power company to customers aa in the papt.- Apply to H. Mac Davenport, room 17, National Bank of Arizona building. MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK. On the Main Line of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. On the crest of the Alleghenies, 3,000 feet above the tide water, is one of the most charming and healthful resorts and contains 800 acreB 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 class ; board from $7 to $15 per week. Furnished cottages or rooms' at reasonable rates. All Baltimore & Ohio trains stop at the park. Write to L. A. Eudisill, superintendent, Mountain Lake Paik, 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 addrees O. P. Mc Carty, general passenger agent, St. Louis, Mo. Haying 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. If you want to keep cool this summer get an electric fan from Pratt Bros. Call and see them work. 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 vour 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. ESCHMAN & CO. W. A. KING, Prop. Takes special pride in the quality of his Pepper's whisky and sets out the coolest and freshest glas ot draught beer in the citv at K fa-nta ICVPrivate rooms and special O WilllS. entrance for ladies. On the Crest of the Allefjlieriies. (Main Line B. & O. R. R.) Season opens Jane 23, 1804. Rates 160, $75 and ?!I0 per month, according to location. Address George DeShields, Manager, Deer Park, Garrett Councy, Md. Mountain Lake Park Between Deer Park and Oakland. Season opens June 1, 1894. Mountain Lake Camp Meeting, Mountain Lake Chiutauqua. (W. L. Davidson, D. D., Snp't. of Instruction. ) ISTEE8TAIEW.C.T. V. CONVENTION Rates, $7 to S15 per week. Adrtress L A. Rndi- sill, Superintendent, Mountain Lake Park, Md. Boardlns. Do Yon Want 0 A Good Place to Board, Why Not Try' THE IVY GREEN RESTAURANT? Adams Street, Between First and Center. . Mrs. A. Williamson, Prop THE PH(ENIX BAKERY EDWARD E1SELE, Prop. This popular establishment has been refitted ana renovated throughout. Every thing in the way of baking STRICTLY FIRST CLASS All orders attended to with promptness and to me utmost satisiaction ot our pat ions. Free delivery to any part oi the city. PH(ENIX BAKERY Porter Blk. A LIVE CIGAR STEM CIGARS, TOBACCO, SMOKERS' GOODS. A.COHN&BBO K) Washington St. next to the Palace. Notice of Sale of Stock Held as Collateral Security. No tice is hereby given that whereas hereto fore on the 26th day of December, 1893, Kittie Ohaick recovered judgmentasainst E. H. Hiller as gi.rnishee for the sum of ;,o00 00 and costs of suit taxed at $'). 00 in the District Court of the .Thiid Judicial District of the Territory of Ari zona in and for the County of Maricopa That there is now due and unpaid upon said judgment the sum of $2,309.83 with interest from this date at the rate of one and one-half percent per mouth. And whereas there is now in my hands as security for the payment of said judgment the s bares of stock hereinafter described. Now, therefore, take notice that I will on F-riday, the 29th day of June, 1894, at the court house door of said Maricopa county, at 12 o' clock noon of said day, sell at public auction t the highest bidder for cash the following b store mentioned shaies of stock, that is to bi iy: 1,250 shares of the Capital Stock of the Phoe e Ix Light & Power Company evidenced by five c ;rtifieates ech of 25'J shares and numbered 5, , 7, 8 and 9 respectively, said shares being of ti oe par value of ?10 each . Also 740 shares of the Capital Stock of the . Arizona Water Works and Sewerage Company, jvideneed by several certificates, one numbered 52 of 500 shares, one numbered 63 of 100 shares, one numbered 64 of 100 shares and one num bered 80 for 40 shares, each of said shares being of the par value of $100 00; or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the sum so due and unpaid as aforesaid. KITTIE OHNICK. By Kibbky & Isbael, her Attorneys. Dated June 16th, 1894. lFirst publication June 16, 1894. ive Pits Sa Deer Pari - Oakland 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 resources. Genuine Palmer Hammocks at The Irvine Company. Xce Cream. ICE CREAM, STRAWBERRIES and CREAM. FRhSH HOME MADE CAKE. Ice Cream Sold by the Quart or Gallon. MRS. H. S. GORDON, Gregory House ICE CREAM PARLOR. Alias Summons. In the District Court of the 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 com plaint filed in said Maricopa County, in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. Benjamin Goldman, Plaintiff, 1 VS. W. A. Dagos, P. P. Dagos, R. E. Daogs, A. L. Johns, A. J. Dagss, and P. J. Cole, Defendants. J In the name of the Territory of Arizona, to W. A. Daggs. P. P. Daggs, E. E. Daggs, A. L. Johns, A. J. Daggs, and P. J. Cole, defendants, greeting: Yon are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above namel plaintiff, in the Ditrict Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Anzona, in and for Maricopa County, and ans wer thecomplainttherein filed with the clerk of this said court, at Phoenix, in said County, within ten days after the service upon yon of this summons, if served in this said County, or if served out of this Baid County and within this said Judicial District, then within twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within thirty dayB thereafter, the times above men tioned being exclusive of the day oi service, or judgment by default will be taken against you. Uiven 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 I seal of May, A. D. 1894. J. K. WALKER, Clerk of said District Court. Fitch & Campbell, attorneys for plaintiff. First published May SO, 1894. Alias Summons. No. 1989. In the District Court oi 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. Sholtz, Plaintiff, 1 VS. I R. E. Daggs, W. A, Daggs, and P. P. f Daggs, Defendants. J Iu the name of the Territory of Arizona to K. E. Daggs, W. A. Daggs, P. P. Daggs, defend ants greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the DiBtrict 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 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 Baid 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 nnder my hand and seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial Distrietof the Territory of seal Arizona, in and for Maricopa County, this 29th day of May, A. D. 1894. J. E. WALKER, , Clerk of said District Court. Fitch & Campbell, attorneys for plaintiff. First publication May 30, 1894. Sheriffs Sale. D. D. MALLORY, 1 Plaintiff, I vs. ) E. H. HILLER and WILLIAM PILCHER, Defendants J By virtue of an order of sale issued out of the District court of the Third j adicial 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, duly di rected and delivered on a judgment rendered in said court on the 8th day of May, 1894, for the sum of $11,211.35, 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 oi 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 ol 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, at;the 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 lawiul money, all the right, title, claim and interest of the said defendant iu and to the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment and all cjBts of suit. J. K. MURPHY, Sheriff. By FRANK M. KING, Deputy. First Dublication, June 6, 1894. Ordinance No. 170. Concerning the levy, assessment and collection of city taxes for the fiscal year 1891 and 189o. The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows; Section 1. The fiscal year for the Citv of Phcenix shall commence 6n the 1st dav of .Tnlv of eaeh year and end on the 30ch day of June of each year thereafter. Sac. 2. A city tax of seventy cents UDon every One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars of the assessed valuation of property is hereby levied and imposed upon all property real and per souauexcepi sucn as may De by law exempt from taxation) in the City of Phcenix, for the general current expenses of said city for the Hardware. SCREEN DOORS. WIRE CLOTH for WINDOW SCREENS WATER COOLERS at Hardware Store . . . fiscal year commencing on the 1st day of July, xoat, iuu euumg uii me .win aay oi June, lam. Sue. 3. An additional citv tsx of nineteen cents upon every One Hundred ($100.00) Do'lars of the assessed valuation of property is hereby levied and imposed upon all property, real and personal (except such as may be by law exempt yui tm.at,ijuj iu but, yjiiij ii r iiuciiii ior tne payment of the accruing interest upon the bonds of said city, viz: The tire apparatus bonds, the citv hall bonds, the citv hall, fire engine and plaza bonds, for the fiscal year cuiniiieiiciiig uuiae 1st uay oi July, isy4, ana enuing on tne sum uay oi June, 189o. bec. 4. The tax hereby levied shall have the torce and ettect oi a judgment against the oer- sous and property assessed and taxed and shall be and constitute a lien uon all the property real and personal, assessed and taxed from and after the levy hereoy made, which lien Bhall constitute and remain a lien until all such taxes, together with the per cent, penalty, costs and chaiges for delinquencv thereof, if any thereby, shall be fully paid or "the property has absolutely vested in a purchaser unoer 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 auiwi but. ioi.u uegiaiuuve Assemoiy, oi me Territory of Arizona, entitled "An Act to Amend an Act Entitled an Act to Incorporate the City of Phcenix, approved February 25th, 1891," approved March 11th, 1885, and an Act of the Seventeenth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona, entitled, "An Act Grant ing to Incorporated Cities Certain Powers and Privileges in Addition tothose Already Vested in them by Charter or General LawB of the Territory," approved April I3!h, 1893. Real estate belonging to anv oerson liable to pay a personal property tax, shall be subject to seizure aim saie ior sucn personal property uia, auuuiu iiie same oecome ueunquent, 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 me levy nereoy maae. Skc. 5. The citv assessor shall make the as sessment of all property subject to taxation in said city of Phcenix, and shall prepare, com plete and file the assessment roll thereof with the city recorder of said city, by the 1st day of oepieiiiuer, loy. The manner and form of making the assess ment of taxes shall conform as near aa practi cable to the laws of the territory regarding the assessment of taxes for county and territorial purposes, and all property shall be assessed at us mil casn value. The common council shall sit as a board oi equalization, upon the 2nd Monday in Sep tember, 1894, anu snau continue its sessions from day to day until the business thereof is disposed of; provided, however, that said board shall not sit after the 21th day of September, 1894, except as in this section provided. Such board of equalization shall have power upon complaint filed, to hear and determine whether the assessed value of any property is too small or too great, and may change and correct any valuat.on either by increasing or diminishing such valuation upon good groundB shown therefor, whether such valua tion was fixed by the owner or tte assessor, but before the board of equalization shall 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, allowing a reasonable time for the appearance of the person interested. Such no tice Bhall be in writing and may be delivered to the person interested personally, or de posited in the postoffice and aidressed to him at his place of residence, postage prepaid. On the hearing of any matter before such board, they mty 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 iu first regular meeting in uctooer, io, anu n tney maxe amaavit to tne effect that they had no notice of such increase of valuation to the satisfaction of the common council, then the common council may resolve itself into a board of equalization, and the person so filing his affi davit may be heard concerning such increase of valuation and the determination then shall be final. The city recorder shall enter voon the as sessment roll all changes made by the board of equauzation. The city assessor shall attend all the meetinzs 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 shall diligently inquire into the valua tion of all property in the city to the end that it may be assesxed fairly :tud equitably, and assessed at its full cash vaiu-j. .rhe board may require the assessor to enter upon snch assessment roll and assess any other property which has not beeu 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 names of each individual or piece of prop erty. After the amount of taxes is so added, the assessment roll shall be callel the Tax Roll of the City of Phienix, and the tax thereon charged shall continue to be a lien upon said prop- rty and shall oe due and payable on the 2nd Monday in October, 1S94. The mayor, by direction of tbe common council of said city, shall annex to said Tax Roll, his warrant attested by the city recorder, and direct the tax collector of said city to col lect the amount of the taxes so levied and im posed All taxes remaining upon said Tax Roll un paid on the 3d Monday in November, 1S94, shall be declared delinquent, and theamountof one and one-half (1) of one (1) per cent per month from said dite until the tax is paid, shall be added to the respective sums so de linquent together with the sum of one ($1.00) dollar costs for advertising such delinquency, 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 printed 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 much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amout oi the tax thereon and costs accm ing upon such sale, together with the amouut for such delinquency as aforesaid. Sec. 6. The tax collector may at any time after receiving the warrant of the mayor for lect by distress and sale, if not otherwise col-1 lected, the taxes due on personal property owned by the assessed. The saie must berat public auction after one (1) weeks notice oitine . time and place thereof given by publication in a newspaper published and printed in the city of Phcenix, or by posting notices thereof in three (3) public places therein and of a suffi cient amount thereof to pay the taxes, psreent age and costs For seizing and selling personal property the tax collector may charge the sum 'of three ($3.00) dollars as costs oi such sale. On pay ment of the price paid for the propert) aold, 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 claimpd 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 other cases. Sec. 7. All sales of real property for delin quent taxes as provided in this ordinance, shall take place in front of the office of the city recorder of eaid city, at the city hall of said city, and such sales shall be conducted in accordance with the laws of the territory of Arizona providing for tax sales as near as prac ticable. Sec. 8. If within one (1) year after the sale of real property for delinquent taxes and penal ties (personal property is excepted from the provisions of this section, the title to which shall at once vest in the purchaser upon sale, as hereinbefore provided) the owner or other party having a direct interest therein appear and pay such tax and 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, 8ec. 9. If no redemption is made within one (1) ysar after sale of real property as herein provided, then the tax collector of said city shall make the purchaser a deed for the tame, and such deed duly acknowledged shall show: First: That tne property waB assessed, the assessment equalized and the taxes levied in accordance with the ordinance. Second : That the taxes were not paid and at the proper time and place the property was Bold by the proper officer, as provided by this ordinance. Third: That the property was not redeemed and that the person executing the deed is the proper officer, as designated by this 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 tse tax. Such deeds duly acknowledged or proved shall be final evidence (except asagainst actual fraud) of tbe regularity of all proceedings from the assessment bj the assessor inclusive up to the time of the execution of Buch deed. All such deeds are to be made at the expe-rseof the purchaser and not to exceed three ($3.00) dollar) each for the execution thereof sec. 10. No demaad for taxes shall be neces sary, but it shall be the duty of every person Bubject to taxation under this ordinance to at tend in person or by agent or attorney at the office of said tax collector and pay nis taxes before the same become delinquent. Sec. 11. At the tax sale hereinbefore pro vided for and after reeeiiing 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 known the name of the person assessed, a Oeso.rini.inn ot th nmn. erty sold and the amount paid therefor; that it nc.Dru.uiui bajinbiuu, giving me amount ana year of the assessment and specifying the time when the purchaser will be entitled to the deed. The certificate must be signed by the tax collector and one (1) copy to be delivered to the purchaser and the otner 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 Rmnnnt nnid. and regularly number the enttv in such book so as to correspond with a like "number on the certificate. Such book shall be kept in the of- iiw ui buc uny assessor ana iax collector and open to inspecuon by the public. Such certificates shall be assignable and an assignment thereof shall vest in the assignee or his legal representative all right and title of the original purchaser. On filing such certificate with the city re corder, the lien ot the city vests in the pur chaser and is only divested by payment to him or the tax collector for his use of the pur chase money with thirty (30) per cent, penalty as aforesaid, and seven (7) per cent interest on the purchase money from the dale of sale, and such payment must be made before the ex piration of the time for the redemption of such property. Bsc. 12. All fees, penalties and costs col lected by the assessor and tax collector under the provisions of this ordinance shall bn naid over by said officer and accounted for by him iu me saiu ji'y oi rncemx. Bec. 13. All ordinances 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) days in a newspaper published in the City of Phcenix, Arizona Territory. Passed by the Common Council of Phcenix this 7th day of June A. D.. 1S94. ADnrovad this 7th day of June, A. D., 1894. ISEALJ JAMES 1). MONIHON, ' Mavnr. Attest: ' Ed. Schwaetz, Citv Recorder. First publication June 8, 1894. Ordinance No. 171. An ordinance repealing an or HDance entitled an uromance to Provide Measures for More Definitely and Plainly Marking the Streets of Phcenix for the Convenience of the Public." The Common Council of Phcenix do ordain as 10110W8: Section 1. That ordinance numbered ordi nance 124 entitled "an ordinance to provide measures for more definitely and plainly mark ing the streets of Phcenix lor the cnnvnr.iencA of the public" be and the same is hereby re- pvaieu. Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in force from and after its passage and publication as re- quireo Dy law. Approved by the common council of the citv on the 7th day of June, A. D. 1894. rasseu tills tn uay ot June, a. v. 1K94. JAMES D. MONIHON, Attest: Mayor. Seal Ed. Schwartz, Citv Recorder First publicition June 8, 1894. ORDINANCE NO. 172. Amending ordinance No. 148, entitled "An or- ainance amending ordinance No. 138 in re gard to city licenses. The common council of Phcenix do ordain aa follows: Section 1. Ordinance No. 148. amending or dinance No. 138, is hereby amended as fol lows: Sec. 2. After section No. 60 a.new Bention shall be added which shall be section No. 61 and shall read as follows: Every person Ewho peddles or vends from door to door within the city of Phcenix any iresn veai, porK, Deer or mutton snail pay a quarterly license tax of one hundred and fiftv dollars. Sec. 3. Nothing herein shall be construed as preventing any person Belling any veal, pork, beef or mutton by the carcass providing the animal from which such carcass is made was grown and raUed by the person offering such carcass ior saie. Sec. 4. All ordinances o parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby re- peaieu. Sec 5. This ordinance shall take effect and lie in force from and after its passage and pub lication according to law. Passed by the common council this 12tL dav of June, A. D.,1894. Approved this 12th day of June, A. L., 1894. Attest: J.D. MONIHON, seal Ed Schwartz, Mayor. Ciiv Recorder. Date of first publication June 13, 1S94. JVIeat Iarliet:. BEEF and all kinds of FRESH AND CURED MEATS AND SAUSAGE. Kept iu cold storage. Family Orders Promptly Delivered. CHAS. KRAFT. Washington Market Next to Nickel Plate