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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY .MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1896. TERRITORIAL NEWS NUGGETS. At a ranch near Jerome they have roses of the John Hopper variety which grow five inches across. It now costs the saloon Keepers of Flagstaff $50 per month to employ wo men singers, the city council having recently passed an ordinance to that effect. Lewd dancing within the cor porate limits is also prohibited. No advices having been received by the United States marshal of any fight having taken place between the mar shal's posse and the Separ bandits, it may be presumed that there is no truth in the rumor. The officers are very re ticent as to what steps are being taken for the apprehension of the scoundrels, and such action is doubtless advisable. However, Marshal Meade has, it is be- i lieved, made such arrangements as have been possible with the means at his command, to round up the bandits. Several days since he telegraphed the department at Washington fully con cerning the matter, and asking author ity to organize and send out a special posse in pursuit, but failed to get the necessary authority. Tucson Star. The Indian agent at San Carlos has found a way to settle the railroad right of way question. This is to poll all Indians on the reservation, and if a majority is in favor of the railroad the right of way will be granted. he was a Student in Princeton. He Keweah Power and Water Company, and its served until June 4. 1865. attaining his i principal place of transacting business snau THE LATEST PATENTS. A Kentucky man has invented a new hub for bicycles in which the spokes are attached to a spring cushion instead of being fastened directly to the hub. Another device for the same purpose consists of a spiral spring con necting each spoke with the hub. A San Francisco man has a patent on a street annunciator for use in street cars, consisting of a series of tablets containing the rank by gallant and meritorious con duct. He was one of the six officers de tailed to deliver the colors surrendered by Lee's army to Secretary Stanton at Washington on May 1,-1865. He was ranked as one of the ablest lawyers in New Jersey and was an ardent Repub lican. The Rev. Dr. Charles R. Baker, rec tor of the Episcopal church of the Mes siah, ' Brooklyn, told his congregation last Sunday a story of one of his "par ishioners who recently went to North Carolina to live. After a time he wrote to Dr. Baker, saying that all the people where he was living were Baptists, and asking if he should co-operate j with them in building a Baptist church or try to organize an Episcopal church. Dr. Baker at once advised him to co operate with the Baptists. Governor-elect Pingree of Michigan will not resign the mayoralty of De troit when he becomes governor. He says there is no law compelling him to do so, and he can perform the duties of both offices. Missouri's 372 mines afforded em ployment for 7,893 men last winter. The total value of their output for the year ending June 30 was $2,741,711, the average price per ton of the coal at the mines having been $1.13. During the year there were thirty-five acci dents to employes, fifteen of which proved fatal. The total product of the mines was 2.420J147 tons, toward the aggregate of which thirty-three coun ties contributed. There were 51,654 kegs of powder used in the prosecution of the work, representing an expendi ture of $72,904, CALL FOR CITY WARRANTS. I will pay upon presentation the fol lowing numbered city warrants of the issue of 1895, interest ceasing this 19th day of November. 1896: Nos. 214 to names of the streets 258, both inclusive. I. M. CHRISTY fastened to a revolving drum, operated by electricity. A bell rings as the name of each street appears in the in dicator. A new ball bearing does away with cups and cones by placing a number of smalller balls in the space between the large ones and the sides of the bear ings. Contracting the ball chamber tightens the bearing by pressing the small balls against the large ones. A California man has invented a fruit tree limb support, which consists of a series of ropes running around un der the limbs of the tree, held in place by poles projecting from the trunk of the tree. These poles are raised or lowered by means of ropes and pulleys fastened higher up in the tree. A new sulky potato harvester con- sists of a steel scoop which runs under the hill of potatoes and raises it com- plete. The dirt and potatoes slide from the scoop to a series of parallel rods, where the dirt falls through and the potatoes drop either into a recep tacle on the sulky or in a row back of it. An eastern man has invented a new trolley pole, consisting of a spring-operated dram in the end of the pole near the trolley wheel, which winds up the slack In the rope as soon as the wheel slips from the wire, which, the other end of the rope being fastened pulls the trolly down out of the way of supports or bndges. A new driving gear for bicycles con- sists of a wheel about ane half the diameter of the back wheel, placed back of the rear hub and held in place by an extension of the frame. This small wheel connects with the hub of the rear wheel, and the power is ap- plied to it by two levers, which reach forward in proper position for the feet. A New York state man has a new de vice for changing the position of the thills on a buggy, which consists ofa sliding bar to which the thills are at tached, fastened to the axle by thumb screws.' By loosening the screws the thills can be moved either to the right or left, enabling the horse to walk on one side of the road if there is no path in the center. A Boston man has invented an ap- paratus for delivering mail matter at the main office as soon as it is placed in the mail boxes. Each mail box is con nected with an underground tube, in which a cable is continuously running, to which are attached a number .of diskB fitting the inner surface of the tube, the disks pushing to the central office whatever is dropped into the tube from the boxes. A power-storing device for bicycles consists of a series of wire spwngs in side or paralllel with the bar running from the crank-hanger to tne neaa Another device for the same purpose consists of a coiled spring inside - toothed wheel, the spring being wound by raising the handle-bars, when pulls a cord attached to tne spring. THE NATIONAL BASK OF ARIZONA PHCENIX. ARIZONA. Capital Paid Hp Si 00,000 urplug a 0,000 Directors: Kmil Ganz. Sol. Lewis. J. Y: T. Smith, Charles Goldman. Geo. W. Hoadley, E. m. noma, J. u. Munition. CORRESPONDENTS: The Bank of California San Francisco Agency of B-nk of California New York National Bank of Co nmerce .St. Louie First National Bank Chicago farmers' ana Merchants' uhuk Los Angeles Consolidated Natimal BaDk Tucson Bank of Arizona.' Preseott Messrs. N. M. RothFMld & Sons London NOTES OF INTEREST. "The Nashville American" pays the following tribute to the late John H Inman: "The remarkable and astounding advances made in many of the southern states during the last ten veara were in many instances aided and sustained by John H. Inman. business man. a money-making man. he perceived early that the south was the future field under normal conai tions for investment, and he backed his judgment. The result was that many millions of capital are now successful ly employed in the souths placed here by northern men, and with the return of normal conditions other millions will come." Colonel William E. Potter, who has lust died at his home in Bridgeton, N J., enlisted in the army in 1862, while City Treasurer. be I h enix, Maricopa County, in the Tcmtoiy of Arizona, and at Los Ang 'ies, C '-unty of Lot Angeles, Sta'e of California, at which latter place f toi Vholdera' and directors' meet ng may beheld. 2. That the gereral Datuie of the busiue? proposed toie transacted is as follows: The purpose of Irrigation; to acquire, construct, maintain, operate and dispose pf, cansls. ditches, fl lines bnd reservoirs; to acquire, buy. sell, mortgage, lease and deal generally in water, appropriations of water and water rights and to develop, store and distribute water for all purposes; to scquire, buy. sell, mortgage ai d lease real and personal propert? ; I to develop, genera e, se 1 and supply power ueriveu uy water power e eutnuuj ut uuiti means ; to acquire, construct, operate, sell, mortgage and lease electric railroads and elec tric plan s of all kinds, and also for the tiar- sactiou of any la ivful business. 3. That ihe amount of capital stock autboi ised is three hundred thousand dollars, and the number of shares into which it is divided is three thousand, of the i-nr value of one nuu- drtd dolHrs eaca, which amount is to be paid in at t're times and upon the conditions fol lowing, namely: At such times and in such manner, amount, way and meant as the Board of Directors may t reseribe or call for the Fame. 4. That the time of the commencement ol said corporation is the 10th day of November, 1896, and the time of its termination the 30th day of September, 1921. 5. That the officers of said corporation to conduct its affairs shall consist of a Board of Directors consisting of five and who are JNO. A. P1RTLE, residing at Los Angeles, California. E. C. WARE, residing at Lob Angeles, Cali fornia, 0. C. AINbWORTH, residing at Pasadena, California, A. i. WI8H0N, residing at Tulaie, Califor nia, GEORGE HANNA, residing at Los Angeles,. California, who are to be elected on the second Tuesday of August of each year hereafter. 6. That the highest amount ol indebted ness or liability to which the corporation is at any time to subject itself, is one hundred and ilty thousand dollars. 7. That the private property of each officer and stockholder of said corporation is to be ex empt from all corporate debts. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 10th day of Nov ember, 18. (Signed) JNO. A. PIRlLE, GEORGE HANNA, E. 0. WARE, O. C. AINBWORTH A. G. WISHON. Signed and sealed in presence of (Signed) EVA M. WARNER, E.T. DUNNING. ABIZONA Invites the attendance of the world at the FIFTH SES SION of the Nationa rogation Congress. Seal. Seal. Bial. Seal. Saai. Emil Ganz, Pres. Sol. lewis, Vice-Pres. Geo. W Hoadlky. Cashier. S. Obebfelder, Assistant Cashier. THE Phoenix National Bank, Phoenix, Arizona, Paid Up Capital, - - - $100,000 Surplus & Undivided Profits, 20.00C Frank s. Belohbb, President. P. J. Cole, 1st Vice-President. A . H. Habsoheb, 2nd Vice-President. C. J. Hill. Cashier STEEL-LINED YIDL1 SAND STEEL SiFETY DEPOSIT BOXES, Static of California, j Los Angeles County.) Before me, Eva M. Warner, a Notary Public in and for said County and State, on this day personally appeared Jno. A. Pirtle, George Hanna, E. C. Ware, O. C. Ainsworth and A. G. Wlshon, known to me to be the persons whose namea-are subscribed to the foregoing instrument and acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purpose and consideration therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of offioe this llth d ay of November, A. D. 1886. Notarial Seal. EVA M. WARNER, Notary Public in and for the County of Los AngeleB, State of California. TERBrlOBY OP ARIZONA, J UOONTY OF MARICOPA, I, J. W. Kincaid, County Recorder in and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby cer tify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the original Articles of Incorporation filed and recorded in my office on the 13th day of November, 18, in Book No. 2. of Corpora tions, at Page 438, and that the same is a full, true and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof and that said original is now on file in my office. Witness my hand and seal of office this 14th day of November, 1896. (Seal.) J. W. KINCAID, County Recorder General Banking Easiness. Drafti limed oi ill the Principal Cities of the World D1BKUTOE8: " Jambs A. Fleming. P. J. Coi.eJ G. B. Richmond. T. W. Pembbbton, B. Heyman. F. 8. Belchbb. D. If. Fbbby. F. m. Mdbphy. I. S. Lacey. -THE- Valley Bank, PHOENIX. ARIZONA. Capital .... $100,000 Surplus - - - - - . . 25,00 WM. CHRISTY, President. M. H. SHERMAN, Vice-President. II. W . MESSENGER, Cashier RECEIVE DEPOSITS. MAKE COLLECTIONS, BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE, Discount Commercial Paper and do 8 General Banking Business. Offlre Rodt9s. mto3p m, CORRESPONDENTS. am. Exchange Natl. Bank New York The Anelo California Bank . Ban Francisco, Cal National Bank of Illinois Chicago, 111 First National Bank Los Angeles Bank of Ari" Preseott. Arizona ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF Keweah Power and Water Co. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENT3: That we, the undersigned Jno. A. Pirtle, George Hanna, E. C. Ware, O. C. Ainsworth and A. G. Wishon, have this day associated our selves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the lawB of the Territory of Arizona, and we do hereby certfiy : 1. That the name of the corporation shall be To be held in Phoenix December 15, 16, 17, 1896 Tekbitoby of Arizona, i uounty of mabicofa. 1 I, J. W. Kincaid, County Becorder la and lor the County and Territory aforesaid, do hereby certify that the within instrument was filed for record at 8:35 o'clock p. m., on this 13th day of November, 1896, and duly recorded in Book No. 2, of Corporations, Records of Maricopa County, Arizona, page 438. Witness my hand and official seal the day and year above written. J. W; KINCAID. County Becorder. Becobder's Office, ) Phoenix, Maricopa Co., A. T. j Filed and recorded at request of E. T. Dun ning, November 13,1896, at 3:35 o'clock p. m., Book 2, Corporations, page 438. J. W. KINCAID, County Recorder. Constable Sale. J Phoanix Precinct, County of Maricopa, Terri tory of Arizona . MICHAEL SCANLAN, 1 Plaintiff, I vs. T. F. HICKEY. . Defendant, Under and by virtue of an execution issued out of the Justice's Court of 0. W. Johnstone, Justice of the Peace, of Phoenix Precinct, Coun ty of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, on the 5th day ot movemDer, A. u., 18, and to me as con stable, duly delivered on. a judgment rendered in said court, inthe above entitled action, on the 5th day of September, A. D., 1896, for the sum of Twenty-Two (22.00) Dollars, and costs of suit taxed at Nine Dollars and Eighty-five cents (9.85) and accruing costs taxed at , I have this day levied npon and seized the fol lowing described real estate of the defendant, towit: Lots 26 and 30, in Block 27, of Capitol Addi tion to the City of Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona Territory . And will sell at public auction, on the 9th rav of December, A, D., 1896, at the heur of 10 o'clock a. m., on the steps at the front door of the court house, in said County and Territory, to the highest and best bidder for cash in law ful money of the United States, enough of the above described property, which shall be sufficient to satisfy such judgment, costs and accruingcosts. Dated at Phoenix this 16th day of November, A. D., 1S96. 8. W. BAYLEY, Constable. Men most skilled in irrigation development will be, present from every portion of North America, and the work, as outlined by the National Executive Committee, will be the most important ever known in its field. The attendance will be promoted by the especially low railway rates, which will not exceed a single limited first class fare for the round trip, Phoenix and return, from all main routing points between Chicago and the Pacific Ocean. Entrance into Phcenix may be by either the Santa Fe or Southern Pacific systems. Thus will be afforded at the lowest cost an opportunity not only to attend the interesting sessions of the Congress, but as well to visit the Sun-Kissed Land, Arizona, a region of mystery to nearly all Americans, yet a land known to be of weird and wonderful natural beauty. Phcenix, the Capital City and Metropolis of Arizona, extends her welcome and in the vicinity, by the object lesson of. hundreds of thous ands of arid acres made fertile and productive by water, will demonstrate the practical side of irrigation. Ample accommodation will be provided for all at the lowest of rates and excursions and other entertainment will be freely tendered the city's guests. Side trips at especially low rates willbe available to the City of Mexico, to Southern Califor nia and to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado. All inquiries will be cheerfully answered by the officers of the Local Committee on Arrangements, and advertising matter descriptive of Arizona and of the Congress will be promptly forwarded on application. WALTER TALBOT, Chairman Local Committee. james McMillan, Secretary Local Committee. JAS. II. McCLINTOCK, Natl. Committeeman for Arizona.