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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICANS SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1892. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. A Week's Work In the Local Lodge. Relief for Afflicted Brethren In Nebraska Treatment of Vls itlnsr Members. Phoenix Lodge No. 2, K. of P., held a regular session Friday evening with fair attendance. One candidate for ad mission by card waa received. Con siderable business of importance was brought up for discussion and disposed of in the usual manner. The election of trustees for the unexpired term re sulted in the choice of Bros. Ranseau, Pike and Burnett. Communications from Nebraska de tailing the suffering of brothers in that afflicted district will meet with prompt remittance. Remarks were made by Brother Perry of Tucson and Brother Curry of Bisbee. Brother Curry is en route to Williams, as representative of his lodge, to the Grand Lodge of Arizo na, to be held May 1. Brother Curry, in his remarks, made some pertinent suggestions, and his speech was replete with true Pythian sentiment. Brother McMillen of Illinois was a visitor and made some appropriate re marks. Chancellor Commander Herlick has a very happy way of making visitors welcome and sojourners in Phoenix will enjoy a pleasant evening by coming into Castle hall of No. 2. Conventions will be held every Friday evening, unless as is the case next week when the hall is given to the L 0. 0. F. for an enter ' tainment, necessitating the meeting to be held Saturday evening, at which . time the rank of Esquire will be con' f erred. Every Monday at the Phoenix Sta tionery and News company come arti cle will be selected from stock and for one day marked down clean out of Bight, box paper tomorrow. DEATH AT NOGALES. An Epidemic of Black Smallpox. Residents of the Line City Said to Be Leaving Local Precau tions Suggested. ' A rumor reached the city yesterday that smallpox in an unusually virulent form had broken out at No- gales. It was said that within two days ending on Thursday night, thirty deaths had occurred on the Mexican side of the city. The disease was said to be of that form known as black smallpox. Mr. Colin Cameron, of Loch- lel, ot the livestock commission, who ar rived in the citv yesterday morning. confirmed the report, but was unable to describe the extent the disease had reached. Ineffectual attempts were made to reach JSogales by wire last night. Shortly beiore midnight the following dispatch was received at The Repub lican office from Tuceon : Meager information received of smallpox at Nogales. It is said to be epidemic and people are leaving." Physicians were informed here of the epidemic and orders were sent out by telegraph for vaccine points. Consider ing the distance between Phoenix and the locality of the disease they do not think there is immediate cause of alarm here. Still they sbt it is well to be on the safe side and that negligence in any direction cannot he attorned. A SAFE AND SURE Investment if Carried to Maturity. placed in a common fund where the poor man's dollar is made to earn propor tionately as much as the rich man's thousands. In order, however, to reap the benefit of the profits earned by the Columbia, it is absolutely essential that the stock be carried to maturity. This is the key note to make the in vestment a paying one, and unless absolutely compelled to withdraw by dire necessity, a member should strain every point to carry his stock to ma turity. It is a mistaken idea on tne part of many to subscribe to stock with a view of remaining in the association six or, twelve months and then with' drawing with the expectation of deriv ing the benefits of the prohtB earned bv the association on such withdrawn stock. A. member, upon subscribing to stock, enters into a contract with the asso ciation to mature his stock, or in other words, pays bim almost two dollars for every one paid in about so many months, and as an evidence of said con tract a certificate of stock is issued to him. Now, as the fulfillment of such contract requires monthly payments covering a period of so many months to be made by the member before the association is able to mature his stock. it is not reasonable to expect, when the contract is Droken and the member aaks for the withdrawal of his stock, that the association will pay him any portion ot the profits pro-rated to his shares while they remain in force. A person signing an application for stock should do so with the full knowl edge that he is entering into a business proposition an agreement on the part of the association to mature ' his stock in so many months, provided he meets all payments and dues to the associa tion promptly nntil Buch time sb his stock shall have matured. The plan offered by the Columbia Building and Loan association em braces all the best known features in the world for savings and investment, and if you are looking for a safe and sure investment an unprejudiced in vestigation will satisfy you. H. R. Patrick, Local agent and secretary of the Phoenix local board, 136 Washington street. LIVESTOCK BOARD. Read the Following Statement of Facts Plan of the Columbia Building Association. An Enterprising Move of Popular Young Business Men. There arrived this morning from New Mexico by way of Ash Fork and tbe north and south road, a carload of coal, the first ever shipped to a Phosnix coal dealer. It is consigned to tbe Phoenix Wood and Coal company, Barnes & Benham, proprietors. The location of the wood and coal yard is on Jefferson street at the corner of Second avenue. Thither has the strident woodcutting machine, whose voice, though harsh, is the all too un wonted tone of industry, been removed. Here may be seen tbe mesquite logs high piled and ranged around. The new firm has let a contract for a thous and cords of this excellent fire wood and will doubtless do an immense busi ness in it next winter. The car which arrived this morning contains twenty-five tons of fine anthracite coal. Of this five tons have already been Bold and strange as it may seem the proprietors who know what they are about have little fear of being able to handle tbe remainder in a reasonable length of time. The oil and gasoline business has been disposed of by Mr. J. W. Benham and henceforth he will devote his time to his solid fuel business and to his in spectorship oi cattle, the announce ment of his appointment to which by the live stock sanitary commissioners of the territory, appears in another column. " PERSONAL. First Meeting of the Reorgan ized Commission. Appointment of Inspectors Under the Law Recently Enacted. To a person desiring a safe and sure investment and one that will pay hand somely if carried to maturity, nothing better than stock in the Columbia Building and Loan association could be recommended. The monthly pay ments being small, the drain upon the purse is hardly felt and at the same time nnder ita system, his savings are WITH EVERY ONE DOLLAR PURCHASE YOU WILL GET ONE CHANCE ON A RAMBLER BICYCLE. ! GREENE. The first meeting of the livestock sanitary committee under the new law reducing the number of members from five to three, was held in this city yes terday. There were present Messrs, Colin Cameron, of Pima Countv. M. E Hurley, of Maricopa county, and S. P. Behan, of Yavapai county. Charles W. Pugh of Willcox, a member of the old commission, was also in attendance, . An organization was effected by the election of Colin Cameron president. Dr. J. C. Norton, who is absent from the territory, is ex-ofhcio secretary. The meeting was devoted chiefly to provisions for the inspection of of slaughtered cattle. Under tbe law every hide inspected must be tagged and any hide without a tag will be con sidered not inspected. Forms of new blanks were agreed upon and 30,000 tags were ordered. Under the present law an inspector must be appointed at all shipping stations to inspect all' cattle shipped and an inspector muBt also be appointed in an towns where cattle are butchered to keep a record of the marks and brands of all cattle slaughtered. In chosing inspectors at points where but little shipping is done and but few cattle slaughtered the board appointed but one man for both positions, so that the appointee could possibly earn a liv ing by devoting himself to his duties, but in the .larger towns separate in spector8 were appointed for each work several appointments were made and in all caseB upon strong endorsement from citizens and stockmen in the localities of the appointees. or Phoenix Mr. J. W. Benham was appointed. Beside having a wide ex perience ae a stockman and a thorough acquaintance with his duties, he is a gentleman of the strictest inte' grity, a necessary qualification for car rying out tne purposes of the law and the commission. Other appointments were as tollows : Shipping and Slaughtering. Tempe Robert Mullin. Holbrook James W. Boyle. Winslow J. N. Pemberton. Nogales, Calabasas, Crittenden Jos eph C. Wise. Tubac Sabino Otero. Arivaca and Oro Blanco N. W. Ber nard. Globe J. H. Thompson. Glendale A. A. Humphreys. Ft. Thomas A. C. Alexander. Casa Grande and Arizola D. W Cummings. Springerville Geo. A. Philps. Bisbee A. V. Lewis. Williams Edward Leonard. Flagstaff Alfred Doyle. Hackberry Wm. Inus. Ash Fork Conrad Clearv. Willcox J. B. Parks. Kirkland Grant Carter. Shipping Inspector. Tucson Filiberto Aguirre. Slaughtering Inspector. Tucson Frank Proctor. Remaining appointments will be made later. THE H lllH.lt Z Fleminsr Klock. Don't buy Cheap John clothing when you can buy perfect fit and finish of all wool suitings for the same money at the Bee Hive. CARLOAD OF COAL. AJIM tJJVIXlON. District Attorney Doan of Pinal county is in the city. The beBt place to invest in "tired na ture's sweet restorer, balmy sleep," is the Gregory house. Judge Baker leaves tonight for Yuma to hold court. He will be accompanied by Mrs, Baker. The docket in Yuma county is an unusually long one. The calendar in Maricopa county is practi cally exhausted, but court will be held on the judge's return for the hearing of motions. - Hon. D. W. Douthitt. of 310 Pine street, San Francisco, is a guest at the Commercial hotel. He is a pioneer and an eminent member of the California bar. He comes to look at tbe city and valley with, a view to ascertaining its merits as a sanitarium and investigat ing its resources generally. At McKelligon's you can get the finest hand-made Sour Mash, Bourbon and Pennsylvania rye whiskies. No.-21, East Washington street. Hall Selected. San Quinten, -Cal., April 20. The prison directors this afternoon selected Hall as warden of the San Quinten prison. Coin and Bullion. 8a Fbancisco, April 20. Silver bars, per oz., 66V66; Mexican dollars. 5555. CITIZENS OF THE U. S. . Thomas B. Eeed says he intends to take a long vacation this summer in the woods. President Cleveland is said to be arranging the preliminaries for a trip around the world at the end of his presidential term. Paui. de Cassagnac says it was Comte de Paris and not Duchesse dUzes who furnished $300,000 to the Bonlang ist committee to overthrow the French republic. J. Summekpiei-D Browu, who died in Philadelphia a few days ago, was the founder of Godey's Magazine, and as such his death would have been of more than passing notice twenty years ago. Henky Hekbick, who was the oldest living graduate of Yale, has just died at North Woodstock, Conn. He was ninety -two years old, was graduated in the class of 1822 and was a Congrega tional minister. Despite his old age he retained his faculties until a short time before his death. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. jj Full of everything good. ( eD J temperance beverage is a C sparkling, bubbling fountain of health a source of plea sure, the means of making you feel better and do better. You make it yourself right at home. Get the genuine. 6 gallons cost bat 25 cents. TH1 CBAS. E. HIRES CO., Philadelphia. BUILD A HOME, Where Where Land is rapidly increasing m vame. The best authority on the subject is GEO. B. PERKINS, Wall and Washington Sts. Investments. PLANK INVEST- MENT. I make a specialty of sound lnTestment real estate in Phoenix and vicinity. In every cage the return 18 Kood and the safe ty of the principal -will be absolute. If you have from 8100 to S 10.000 to invest see me or you may miss a good opportu nity. PLANK. 33 So. Center St. Bar ber Shop. The Fashion Barber Shop. FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor. LADIE8' WORK DONE AT THE SHOP OR RE8IDENCE NEATE8T BATH ROOM8 IN THE CITY 0PP08ITE THE OPERA HOU8E. flRVINE CO. 1 Typewriter Swfe. 35-37 E. WASHINGTON. IIIIMMIMWIMMMIIMl Assayers. ASSAY OFFICE . E. L. BURLINGAME'S a pnfWTPii. d LABOKATOKl Established in Colorado. 1866. Bamnles 'hT mail or express will receive prompt and care ful attention. Gold and Silver Bullion ,5S2 Address. 1136 and 1738 Lawrence St.. Dearer, Colo. IF YOU Want money Want a W a n t boarders Want a partner Vast a Situation Want to rent rooms Want a servant girl Want to sell a farm Want to sell a Want to exchange anything Want to sell household goods Want to make any real estate loans Want to' sell or trade for anrthine Want to find customers for anything . TRY THE REPUBLICAN CLASSIFIED ADS. CANAL COMPANY. The Rio Verde Canal Co Has removed its offices to No. 14 Second Ave., North, Where they are registering the names of intending Entrymen, Home Makers and Water Right Purchasers on the Vacant 7 Government V Lands, Irrigable from its projected Canal and Beservoir System. The company is now selling its Storage Water Riglits at $15 Acre, Payable Jl at date oi purchase and $1 per acre each year. The price of water rights will soon bo advanced without further notice to SI 6 Per Acre.