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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATUKDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1,95. Hardware. HARDWARES A large stock of Building Hardware, Ranch Implements, Harness, Dash & Top Leather Edged Tools, Shears, Hay and Grain. I. F Washington Street, Opp. City Hall 2E DISTRICT COURT. The Big Canal Suit Goes Be fore a Master. Arraignment ot Indicted Prisoners Today Calling of the Civil Calendar. The north Bide canal suit will be per mitted to rnn its length. The motion of the plaintiffs for the appointment of a master in chancery was allowed yes terday morning by Judge Baker and Judge Jos. H. Campbell was agreed upon as acceptable to both partieB. The hearing was removed to the office of Fitch & Campbell and the taking of testimony which had been interrnpted the day before by arguments upon the motion was resumed. The proceedings are yet in their ini tial stage. The principal witness for the day was Commissioner Standage, who had been appointed under the famous order of 1892, to superintend the dis tribution of water. The terms of the order are said to have been afterward varied by contract among the canals affected by the order to meet changing conditions which could "not have been anticipated by the order. In district court the,calender was g."26 "Over and several cases were set for hearing next Monday. As usual the attorneys were not quite ready and an - overwhelming majority of cases were passed. The court announced that the calendar would be recalled on Monday morning and that all cases, the attor neys in which could not show valid reasons why they should not be set for trial would be dismissed. The cases set for trial on Monday are Carrie Bails vs. Harmon, foreclosure; Bennett vs. Fatton, Roedingvs. Adam?, Wormell vs. the estate of T. J.Trask, and the matter of the estate of Ed. Ennis appealed from the probate court. In the case of D nes vs. Hojkins. a demurrer to the plea was overruled, the plea as to jurisdiction was sustained and notice of appeal was given. In the divorce Bait of Jennie Schaffer vs. Fred Bchaffer confined at Yuma for the murder of James Richards a demur er was overruled and the matter re ferred to the district clerk to take tes timony. The case of Keeoey vs. Wil son will be called at one o'clock today. On the motion of J udge Early, Eugene Mctsain was admitted to practice. W. W. Weed was appointed court stenographer, Stenographer Holmes having been appointed to take testi mony in the proceedings before the master in chancery. - Prisoners against whom indictments were returned by the grand jury will bo arraigned this morning. The Shore, where, when, what? wait. Officially Confirmed. Madrid, May 10. The defeat of the insurgents under Matigas haB been offi cially confirmed. The rebels set fire to the railway bridge between Caminos Ban Lui. More troops have arrived in Cuba and the campaign will now be more actively pushed. Wash potted plants, pots and all, in suds and rinse in tepid water once a week to kill insects. t E UNDERWEAR Silk, Linen .AND Cotton. ! GREENE THE HA1J.J2K. Rambler Bicycle Given Away Ezra Tbaye COULD HAVE A W.AVE. Lake Michigan Could Kise Up and Surprise Chicago. All It Meeds Is an Earthquake to Set It a Going What an Ancient Mar iner Says About Sach Matters. "Apropos of the recent Atlantic tidal wave," said an ancient mariner to a Chi cago Tribune man the other day, "an account of one nearer home might be of interest at this time. It isn't neces sary to have an ocean of water to pro duce one of these waves by long odds. Old Lake Michigan could get up a prime article in that line and show Chi cago a few things heretofore unthought of. All that would be necessary would be an earthquake in the lake and then there would be from six to ten feet of water here in no time. The story that I started to tell you has an earthquake as the prime cause, a tidal wave as the immediate eSect, and a ruined town as the result. "New Madrid, Mo., was destroyed by the 'great shake,' as it was called, in the year 1811. The whole Mississippi valley was aSected. The center of vio lence was at Little Prairie, near New Madrid. The vibrations wore felt over the Ohio valley as high as Pittsburgh. New Madrid suffered more than any other town on the Mississippi. At that time Indians were dangerous and the persons engaged in carrying produce in boats to New Orleans kept in company for mutual defense. In the middle of December 16 there was a terrible shock and jarring of the boats so that the crews were all awakened and hurried on deck, thinking of an Indian attack. The noise and commotion were dread ful, but soon stopped. In the morning loud roaring and hissing were heard and there was a tremendous boiling up of the waters of the Mississippi in huge swells, tossing the boats about so vio lently that the men were thrown about on the decks. The water in the river changed to a reddish hue, then became black with mud thrown up from the the bottom, while the surface, lashed by the agitation of the earth beneath, was covered with foam, which, gath ering into masses the size of a barrel, lioated along the trembliDg surface. "The earth opened in wide fissures, and closing again threw the water, sand and mud in huge jets higher than the tops cf the trees. The atmosphere was filled with a thick vapor of gas. At New Madrid several boats were car ried by the great waves up onto the bank of the river just above the town, and were left high and dry a consider- -able distance from the water. Many boats were wrecked on the snags, while others were sunk or stranded on the sand bars and islands. The scenes for several days during the repeated shocks were horrible. The sulphurated g-.ses discharged tainted the air with noxious effluvia, and so strongly im pregnated the water of the river for one hundred and fifty miles below that it could hardly be used for any purpose for many days. New Madrid, which stood on a bluff twenty feet above the summer floods, sunk so low that the next rise covered it to a depth of five feet. The bottoms of several lakes in the vicinity were ele vated and have since been planted wilh corn. People lived along the river in those days more than in the country, so the big water disturbance did proba bly more damage than the 'shakes' where there was no water. So you can easily see how there can be a tidal wave without an ocean and that we may have one of our own some day. When it comes it should be a good one, so those eastern people will be satisfied we did not manufacture it to get even." SWINGING TROUGH. Every Farmer Who Keeps Hogs Should Examine This Device. The illustrations show a hog trough that is pivoted in the partition, and swings out into the walk to be filled, and is tipped back into the pen for the hogs to feed from it. One can thus clean out the trough and fill it noon. without molestation from the occu pant of the pen, and will be in no danger of turning half the feed upon the hog's head, as is the case with the trough with a spout. The construc tion of the trough is fully shown in the cuts and needs no further explana tion. Farm Journal. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE Allianik Mercantile and Real Estate Co. of llhamlira, Maricopa County, Arizona. We, Jjsiah Harbert. George W. Harbert, Ar thur E. Hinton, Gilbert I). Gray aud John T. Harbert. whose names are herein subscribed for the purpose of lorming a corporation and being incorporated under the laws of the terri tory of Arizona, and especially an Act of the legislative assembly thereof entitlsd "an Act concerning corporations," approved March 8th, 1SS7, and all Acts amendatory thereto, have I L-T7 n I Refrigerators Hammocks Mason's Fruit Cots all kinds r:: adopted, signed and acknowledged these arti cles 01 incorporation. ARTICLE I. The name of the corDorators of this cor poration are: Josifth Uarbert, George W. Har bert, Arthur . Hinton, Gilbert D. Grey and Joht T. Harbert. The name of this corporation, and by which it shall be designated and known. Is the Alhambra Mercantile and Real Es tate Company, ana its principal place of transacting business 1b and shall be in the town of AlhamDra, Moricopa county, terri tory of Arizona, and at which other place or places as its board 01 directors may frcm time to time hereafter designate. AR1ICLB II. The general nature and character of the busi ness proposed to be transacted by thiB corpor ation is and shall be that of a general whole sale and retail mercantile and real estate busi ness, buying and selling all kinds of farm pro ducts and supplies and buying and selling all kinds of real estate, and buying and selling any product whatever that is manufactured, grown or produced, also stock in other corporations. - AKTICIE III. The authorized capital stock of this corpora tion is fifty thousand ($50 000) dollars, divided Into five hundred (500) shares of the par value of one hundred (100) dollars per share. The when and the conditions upon which said capital stock is to be paid in are as iollows All stock shall be paid in full in cash, or in property at the time said stock is issued and no stock shall be issued by this ompany until it shall be fully .aid, and thereafter shall be non-assessable. ' ARTICLE IV. The time of commencement of this corpora tion shall be the date of the filing of these articles of incorporation for record with the county recorder df Maricopa county, Arizona territory, and the.termination thereof shall be twenty-five (25) years thereafter. ARTICLE V. The affairs of this corporation shall be con ducted by a board of directors consisting of five (5) persons, each of whom shall be a stock holder In the corporation, and shall be elected at the annual meeting of the stockholders and hold their resrective offices as such directors for one year, or until their successors are elected and qualified; provided, that any officer or director ceasing to be a stockholder shall cease to be au officer or director in the corpor ation, and any vacancy in the board of direc tors shall be filled by the board until the next annual meeting of the stockholders. The first annual meeting of the stockholders of this cor poration shall be held at the office of the cor poration in thetowa of Alhambra, Arizona territory, on the second Monday in Jauuary, 18, at the hour of 10 o'clock, a. m., and the annual meeting of the stockholders shall be thereafter held at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. ARTICLE VI. The officers of this corporation shall be a president, vine president, secetery and treas urer, each of whom shall be elected by the board of directors from among their number at the next annual meeting after their annual election in each year. The president shall be the chief executive of ficer ot the corporation and shall have the gen eral management of all its affairs subject to the approval and control of the board of direc tors. All certificates of stock, contract and other papers except checks shall be signed in the corporate' name by the president, and in his absence or Inability to act, the vice presi dent shall posses all the powers and perform all the duties of the president. The checks of the corporation may be signed by either the president or secretary. . ... ARTICLE VII. The following tamed persons who are sub scribers to the capital stock of this corporation shall constitute the bo.ird of directors and of ficers of this corooration until the sei-nnd Mon day in January, 1896, and until their successors are duly elected and qualified vis: Josiah uarbert, president: Gilbert u. Gray, Vice Presi dent;George W. Harbert, Secretary; Arthur E. Hinton, Treasurer. The above named board of directors shall as soon as practicable after the filing of these articles of incorporation in the office of the county recorder of Maricopa county. Territory of Arizona, meet and adopt by-laws and may prescribe In said by-laws the method of calling meetings of the board of directors and stock holders. The board of directors shall hive power to prescribe the duties of the officers and agents of the corporation and fix their salaries and compensations. A majority of the board of directors shall constitute a quorum and anv meeting of said board of directors at which a quorum shall be present, shall be deemed a legal meeting and have the same authority as a full board whether the absent members shall nave naa first notice of said meeting or not. ARTICLE VIII. The highest amcunt of indebtedness or liabil ity to which this corporation is at any time to subject itself is the sum of Twentv Thousand t2u uuu; uouars. ARTICLE IX. The private property of the individual stock holders of this corporation is ard shall be ex empt irum tne corporate ueots oi tne corpora tion. ARTICLE X. The corporation shall never loan its credit for the purpose of endorsing commercial papers or uecommg security on any Dona oroDiigation wutiLbuever. ARTICLE XI. The board of directors shall have power to borrow money, execute the corporate note or bood of the company to secure the payment of me same oy mortgage on tne company s pro perty or in any other manner designated by the vuura ui uireciorg. ARTICLE XII. These articles of incorporation may be amended at any annual meeting of the stock- noiaers or at any special meeting or tne stock holders called for that purpose by a majority vote of all the stock then issued, voting in favor of such amendment and all amendments so made shall be signed and acknowledged by the president and shall have the same force and effect as the original articles of incorpora tion without the signature of the individual stockholders whereto. In witness whereof we have hereunto set onr hands this8'hday of May. A. D.,18'."d, JOSIAH HARBERT. GEORGE W. HARBERT, ARTHUR E. HINTON, GILBERT D. GRAY. JOHN T. HARBERT. Territory of Arizona. County of Maiicopa. j Before me, Thco. T. Powers, a notary public, of and for the county and terri tory aforesaid, on this day persbnally ap- earea josian ttarbert, ijeorge w. -uaroert, Arthur J. Hinton. Gilbert D. Gray and Jonn T. Harbert, known to me to be the persons wnose names aresuhscnnefi to tne lore going instrument and acknowledged to me Jars b. At Lowest Possible Prices eyman Furniture Go. WHOLESALE INSURANCE THAT INSURES. A Policy Absolutely Without Restrictions namtB oi me or manner ot death ; A Policy with but One Condition, namely, the payment of premiums; A Policy with a Month's GracB in premium payments and paid in fall in case of deatn during the month of grace, interest; A Policy Providing for Re-instatement I : ;c .1 : 1 ujoub ui premium, u me umureu A Policy AUTOMATICALLY non-forfeiting after three annual premiums have reen paia, ine poucy Deine extended tor its lull amount lor a period shown therein, without request, or endorsed as paid-up for an amount shown thereiu on request within eix months; A Policy with Privilege of Cash Loans at A Policy with Six Options in Settlement at the end of 10, 15 or 20 years; A Policy Irvcontestabie from Any Cause One Year After Issue,' THAT'S THE "Accumulation Polic)" OF THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. R. Allyn Lewis, General Cerent for Arizona. Room 5, Fleming Block MOWEKH. Akron Buckeye Mowers Come in and see the Most duarable of all that they executed the same for the purposes and onsideration therein expressed, Given under my hand and seal of office this 8th day of May, 1895. SEAL THEO. T. POWERS, Notary Public. Territory of Arizona, j County of Maricopa, j I, WinthroD 8ears, county recorder in and for the county and territory aforesaid, do hereby certify that the within instrument was filed for record at 9:53 o'clock a. m., on this 9th day of May, 1895, and duly recorded in book No. 2 of articles of corporation, records of Maricopa county, Arizona, at pages 230, 231,232, 233. Witness my band aud official teal the day and year above written. WINTHROP SEARS, seal County Recorder. Recorder's Office, Phoenix. Maricopa Co., A. T. j Filed and recorded at reauest of ttilhert n Gray, May 9, 1895 at 9:53 a. m book 2 articles oi incorporation, pa-es J3U to 233. WINTHROP FEARS, County Recorder. Perfumery. FOR PRESENTS That Will Prove A Delightful Memory And be all the more grateful to the giver for that reason, our stock of . . Perfumes and Extracts Is simniy unapproachable. Scents are pleasing and if they are on our list, will be found the most delicate and exquisite perfumes that are now produced. We have all the popular odors C. ESCHMAN & CO. Water Coolers 1 AND RETAIL. 3 as ,to occupation, residence, travel, less only the overdue premium with within eix months after default in pay- , i i . i . h in guou neaun ; 5 per cent interest, five years after issue; Telephone No. 67, Have Arrived. Mowers D. H. BURTiS. THE IBAIj-A.O'K CHOP HOUSE Rear of Palace Saloon WING YUEN & CO., Props. First-class meats prepared by expert cooks at reasonable prices. Fresh oysters, fish and chicken dailv. GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT THE OLDEST IN THE CITY. EnjoyB the beststandingwith tradesmen. Buys everything at spot cash price and gives the BKST 25-UENT MEAL. Tuck, Hing & Co. 22 and 24 Washington St., east of Jacobs & Cj. Private rooms for families. Tickets, H.50, Single meals 25c. lilverv. Chas. W. Stevens Cor. First & Adams St 9., LIMY FEES AP SALE STABLE. Good Turnouts on short notice at all hours of the day and night. Buy, Sell and Trade, Horses. Speclalattention to boardinghorsei. Hack Stand, Conn Bro. Clear Store, Telephone. 35: STAGE LEAVES FLORENCE DAILY FOB.. Riverside and Globe at 7 o'clock, p. M. ; stops i all night at Riverside and arrives at Globe at . 6 o'clock, p. m. ; returning, leaves Globe at 8 . o clock A. m. . arrives at Florence at 1 o'clock A. M. Good accomodation on the road, im proved line, good stock and comfortable stages, four-horse coach every other day. W. E GUILD, Agent, Florence. E. F. KELLNER CO., Agents, Globe. EUUBXE XIOOLETUK, Proprietor rpHE REPUBLICAN HAS THE BEST JOB L Printing office in the territory. Good Work at reasonable prices our motto. " Florence and Globa . Stage Line.