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THE ARIZONA KEPCBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, lfc,95.
Hardware. 1HABPWABK1 A large stock ol 1 Building Hardware, Ranch Implements, Harness, Dasnfi Top Leather Edged Tools, Shears, Hay and Grain. Ezra W. Thayer Washington Street, Opp. City Hall ) BOTH ARE BRIEF. Two Officials Whose Cash Is Off Balance. A New and Important Supreme Court Decision Affecting Water Companies. By the Associated Press. Boisb, Idaho, Feb. 18. An expert e ami nation discloses the fact that that ex-Auditor C. Wickersham of Elmore county, is heavily short in his accounts ; also ex-Sberiff J. D. Gray. The latter's shortage will amount to $1,000: the former's is said to reach $10,000. The supreme court today rendered a decision affirming the constitutionality of the law requiring water companies to furish water to cities for fire purposes tree of charge. ABOUT THE CELEBRATION. NICE, SMALL CHEESE. How It Can Re Made on the Farm for Family Use. Nice, small cheese may be made for home use in this way. The milk of two cows may be set at night in a deep pail in cold water. This will check the rising of the eream. : The morning milk may then be mixed with the milk of the previous evening, after it has been warmed to the same heat as the new milk. The rennet, of which one ounce is enough for 100 pounds of milk and 10 pounds of cheese, is stirred in the warm milk m a proper vessel, inis is covered and left until the curd is made, and becomes tough enough to be lifted with thenfinger. It is then cut by a long-bladed knife into squares of an inch, so as to liberate the whey. When the whey has partly separated it is dipped off by means of a shallow dish without breaking the curd. The whey is then heated to 100 degrees and is poured on to the curd, whicn is cov ered to keep in the heat. After half an hour the curd will become tough ou?h to lift without breaking, when the wjiey is all drawn off and the curd is broken up with the hands and heaped to permit more of the whey to drain off. This will take up half an hour. The curd is again broken and the whey carefully pressed out by hand, so the cream may not escape. It is then left anpther half hour, when it is again broken and salted at the rate of two ounces of finely-ground salt to seven pounds of curd, and is placed in a wooden hoop or mold, lined with a clean cloth dipped in the whey. The curd is pressed into the mold firm lyand needs no weight or pressing-. When it has settled in the mold, it is taken out in the cloth, and set on a board and turned once a day until it has formed a crust. It should then be rubbed with butter and turned oc casionally during the curing, which will require two or three months in a temperature of about 60 degrees. N. Y. Times, : 'olding Bed Accidents B Do not occur with our G1UI1 rUIUIIIg OOlld. They all have Automatic Brakes and cannot close without your assistance. eyman Furniture Co. Wholesale and Retail. prescribed in said Section 8, to be published three times in each week and until the com pletion oi the great register. Preceding all subsequent city elections toe notice and the publication thereof shall be as prescribed in Section 8. Sec. 11. This ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its passage and publica tion as required by law. w Pissed by the Common Council this 18th day of Februarj , A. 1)., 1895 ADproved. seal JAMES 1). MONIHON, Attest: Ed Schwartz, Mayor. City Recorder. Date of First publication February 19, 1895. Ordinance No. 188. Certificate of Authority. Office of the Territorial Treasurer, j PHCENIX, ARIZONA, FEBRUARY 18, 1895.) I, P. J. Cole, treasurer of the territory of Ari zona, hereby certify that the New York Life Insurance Company of Ne w York has filed its annual statement for the' year ending December 81, 1894, showing premium receipts in Arizona for the year 1894 of 532,436 73. Having complied with the provisions of arti cle 1 of chapter 3 of an act entitled "Corpora tions," approved March 8, 1887, is entitled and empowered to do business in the territory of Arizona for the year ending March 31, 1896. In testimony whereof, I hereunto set my hand and affix my official teal this 18th day of Feb ruary, 1895. P. J. Cole, Territorial Treasurer. STOVES. Special Disccunt on Cooking Stoves Ganges For the Next 30 Days at President Murphy Gives His Views to the Celebration Committee. Last evening President Frank M. Murphy of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix railway, held a conference with Dr. L. H. Goodrich, E. F. Kellner and Mayor Mnnihon concerning the most advisable program for the celebration in honor of the completion of the road. The fact developed that the special guests of the railroad would probably leave Chicago ou March 1 in a special train of private cars, each car fully equipped with everything necessary for the entire trip. This train is expected to reaeh Prescott, where a short stop may be made, on March 4. A committee from Phoenix will meet the party at Prescott, or Ash Fork, and daring the rest of the journey will learn from the travelers what their various wishes may be regarding Bight-seeing when Phoenix is reached. Quite a number of them are not strangers to the valley yet it is quite likely that moat of them will wish to be driven to the orchards. No attempt in the way of a reception, or banquet, will be made but probably one pr two of the most eloquent talkers may have something to say when the train arrives and possibly L. M. Ferry may desire to drive the last eolden spike. The town must look, its handsomest for these psopie'are coming to gee what the Salt River valley has to offer to in duce the building of the road. The ex tension of the road to other portions of the territory will also be governed somewhat by what they see on their arrival. Excursion tickets for the A. O. U. W. meeting in Phoenix on March 12 will be placed on Bale at all points on the Santa Fe system on March 9. The regular excursion will reach here on March 12 and the committee has decided to hold a grand celebration beginning that day and continuing for three days provided the necessary funds can be raised. So, this morning, promptly at ten o'clock, the committee will begin their canvass for the requsite money. Remember the extent of the celebration will depend entirely upon the success they meet with. The Cal ifornia papers are advertising this cele bration very extensively and Phoenix certainly ought to make a gcod show ing when the great crowd comes. So look pleasant and "dig up" cheerfully. xou 11 get it all back and more too. An ordinance for for the registration of voters in me city ot ruoenix. I The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. Within fifty days, and Inot more than fifteen days before any regnlar city elec tion, there shall be prepared by the city record er of this city, and ket in his office a great register of the voters of said city. bEc. 2. In said great register, the city re corder must, as hereinafter provided, enter the names of such persons who are then qualified electors of said city, or of those who ill be qualified electors at the next city election in said city. Sec. 3. Such entry shall show: 1st. The name at length of each registered elector. 2nd. His age the next ensuing election, omitting fractions oi years. 3rd . 1'he country or state of his nativity. 4th. His place of residence (by Btreet and number, or other designation). 5th. If not native of the United States, the time and place of his naturalization. 6th. The date oi the entry in the great register. Such names shall be entered alphabetically, using the initial letters of the surname there for: and shall be numbered consecutively, from No. 1, as they appear on sach register. Sec. 4. No person's name shall ba entered in said gieat register except, 1st: Upon the affi davit of such person that lie was born in the United States, and that he will be a qualified elector of said city at the next ensuing city election, or 2nd : If he be a naturalized citizen, upon the presentation of his certificate of naturalization, or upon his affidavit of its loss, if it be lost, together with the affidavit of n registered voter that the applicant then is md and has been a continuous resident of Arizona fince a date at least one year next preceding the next ensuing eiiy electi on, and within said city since a date at least 90 days next preceding the next ensuing city election, together with the applicant's affidavit that he is cr will he an elector of said city at the next ensuing city election. 3rd: (f born in a foreign country, upon his affidavit that he became a citizen of the United States, by virtue of the naturalization of his lather, while he (the applicant) was under the age of 21 years and residing in the United States; and t at he will be an elector of said city at the next ensuing city election i herein. 4th: Upon the production and filing of a copy of the order of a competent court direct ing such entry. 5th : In any case the affidavit of the person must show the facts required to be entered, ex cept the dte and the number of the entry. Sec. 5. The city recorder shall be the regis tering officer, and is authorized to administer ail oaths required by this ordinance. Sec. 6. The name of no person shall he en tered in said great register more than fifty days or less than fifteen days before the next ensu ing city election. Sec. 7. No person shall be entitled to vote at auy regular city election in said city unless his name shall appear upon the great register. Skc. 8. Notice shall be eiven, by publica tion, in the newspaper then doing the city ad vertising, of a notice therein, three times in each week, the first of which shall be not more than ninety days, nor less than seventy -five days before the next ensuing city election, of me time wnen anu tne place wnere tne great register will be open for tne entryofthe names of the electors of the city. The publication of such notice shall continue until the prepara tion of the great register shall have been com pleted. Sec. 9. Within ten davs after the completion of such great reeister, the city recorder -shall cause 100 copies thereof to be primed; and not less than5 days before the day of the next en suing election, shall deliver one (1) copy to each member of the Council and to each city officer; three (3) copies to each board of elec tion in the several wards; copies for general distribution, and three (3) copies to each ward to be hung in some conspicuous and accessible place. sec. 10. The publication of this ordinance, as required by liw for the publication of ordi nances, shall dispense with the publication of notice for the length of time prescribed by Sec tion 8. of this ordinance, for the present year. As soon as this ordinance shall be in force, the city recorder shall cause a notice like that Call for Territorial Warrants Office of Territorial Treasurer, I Phcenix, Ariz., Feb. 19, 1895. i I will pay general funa warrants (series of 1893) numbers 101 to 107 inclusive. Interest oo the above warrants will cease from and after this date. P. J. COLE, Territorial Treasurer. Certificate of Authority. z Office of The TiEsr"";, Treasurer, j Phcenix, Arizona, Ijaby 18, 1895,! 1, P. J, Cole, treasurer orthe territory of Ari zona, hereby certify that the Hartford Fire Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn., has filed its annual statement for the year ending February 18, 1895, showing premium receipts in Arizona for the year 1895 of J5.392.09. Having complied with the provisions of arti cle 1 of chapter 3 of an act entitled "Corpora tions," approved March 8, 1887, is entitled and empowered to do business in the territory of Arizona for the year ending Ma ch 31, 1S96. In testimony whereof, I hereunto set my hand and affix my official seal this 18th day Feb ruary, 1895. P.J.COLE. Territorial Treasurer. BURTES. P VAN I ILbUKU & DAVISON, Leading Phcenix Jewelers- r Jewi'lrv, el r. Perfectly reliable goods and much the largest assortment to select from 17 E. Washington Street. INVESTMENTS. MIILI0X80F D01EAKS Drugs. : HOPELESS CASE, evidently. It's all up with 1894; the doctor says so. Had there been any chance, our drugs would have been effective. The bestphysicians in Phcenix prefer to have their pre.-criDtions put up by us. We enjoy their confidence, be cause we merit it. It is also well to note on the rlrst page of your diary for 1895. that we carry a full line of toilet and manicure articles at the lowest prices. C. ESCHMAN & CO. You Do Not Realize what a good thin g you are missing for your children by not giving them a policy of one or two thousand dollars in the Child's Aid Association, which thev will draw when 21 or 25, or sooner if death will overtake them. L. .T. Wood, secretary: Dr. Tur tle, medical examiner; Judge Reno & Son, gen eral Keiit, rnuemx, Anz. HERE TO STAY. Keady now tor business with a new and elegant stock of Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, ana bterimg silverware, we invite the people ot Fhcemx to inspect our goods. Our ar tistic line ot silver novelties comprises everything m the latest designs. Come, see us and bring along your broken down watch and jewelry. Our repairing department is com plete. Everything guaranteed. COOK & BELL, Official Watch. Inspectors S. F., I & lr R . R. - - PHCENIX, ARIZ. Are lost every rear In risky and foolish investments. Put your money in lots in Churchill Addition and make 25 per cent. No risk Easy terms. CLARK CHOBCHI11, Office Commercial Hotel Block. MEAT MARKET. J. A. LUTGERDIN& & CO. Fresh and Salt Meats.. MUTTON, POEK, VEAL AND P0ULTEY. ill Our Meats Thoroughly Refrigerated Before Being Sent Out to Customers.: Superior Corned Beef. Fresh Sausage,-Head Cheepe and Boloena. Orders Called .rt rii..j 6 ' 142 West Washington Street. Postoffiee Building:. MACHINE SHOP. Rapital I acmne Mops Madison St. Bet. Center and First Ave.. Phoenix, Ariz. 8 If. J i n 'i itt i Pipe FittiDg, Macuine aca Doner on Are prepared to do all kinds ot Farm Machinery. We have recently opened the finest equipped shop in the territory, and during the spring months will make the repairing of threshers and farm machinery a specialty. Separator Cylinders Skillfully Balanced. Sickles Ground and Repaired. K. B. Lincoln. M. S. Webb. E. E. LINCOLN & CO. GROCERIES. 9z s CHAPMAN BROS., WHOLESALE AND" RETAIL GROCERIES. Special prieesmade to miners, prospectors, ranchers and cattlemen, buying in large quantities. GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. OUR CASH PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN PHCENIX. 1 1