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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN- SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2k, 1896. TERRITORIAL NEWS NUGGETS. Nogales was so named by Gov. Wheaton when he was with the United States corps of engineers that surveyed the international boundary line. There was a walnut tree on each side of the line, and los dos (no gales) s the Spanish of walnut trees. About a mile from Kingman, the county seat of Mohave county, on the Atlantic & Pacific railroad, is a beau tiful oasis, a nine-acre orchard of figs and peaches, dependent on a compara tively small perennial spring, the precious water of which is piped to the orchard. This orchard- was planted by and belongs to Mr. Tag gart from Castleton, Isle of Man, and yields delicious figs, peaches and other fruit abundantly. A roller skating rink is a new at traction at Flagstaff. L. H. Tolfree, who conducts the ho tel at the Grand Canyon, has leased the Bank hotel at Flagstaff and will hereafter be mine host there. A telephone line is proposed be tween Kingman, White Hills apd Temple Bar. James O'Hara is in from Congre'ss. He says a five-foot vein of ore has been struck at a depth of 136 feet in the parallel ledge to the Congress main ledge. The ore is valued at $35 per ton gold. A cyanide plant of 160 tons per day capacity is now being erected at the mine. Mr. O'Hara re sards the Congress mine good for twenty years to come. Prescott Cour It 1b stated that Whipple troops will indulge in two sham battles this month, dates of which are not yet set. phoenix CASH MARKET Cheapest market in the fity for cold storage meats Corn Beef, Sausage, Mutton and Poultry. FREE DELIVERY. Try the New Market 39 W. WASHINGTON ST. ED MARLOWE, - ProP, I MEAT! MEAT! MEAT! g 71 GILA BEND HAPPENINGS. Superintendent Elliot of the mines in the Gunsight district arrived from Los Angeles last Wednesday and left im mediately by private conveyance for the Gunsight. He reports that there will be a mill running nside of month. John Fogleson and Charles Chick were arrested by Constable Davenport and Deputy Paddock on complaint of an Indian for stealing two burros and a horse. They had their prelimi nary examination and Fogleson was bound over to await the action of the grand jury. Chick was discharged for want of evidence. Mrs. Crocker arrived last week frbm Lordsburg, N. M., on a visit to friends. Miss Ruth Tremble arrived home last week from Los Angeles, where she spent the summer. A dance is talked of for Thanksgiv ing night. Otherwise the town is dull socially. BARRACKS NOTES. RARE, JUICY, TENDER AND SWEET. CALL ON E. A. TOVREA, 24 VV. WASHINGTON ST. CROQUET SETS! Special Bargains for the next to days. THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. The following order has been re ceived from the war department: By direction of the president, and in ac cordance with secton 1246, revised stat utes, an army retiring board is appoint ed to meet, at the call of the president thereof, at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, for the examination of such officers as may be ordered before it. Captain John Q. Adams, 1st Cavalry having served more than thirty years in the army, is, on his own applica tion, by direction of the president, re tired from active service. Tirst Lieutenant Edwin T. Cole, 6th Infantry, at his own request, is relieved from duty at Austin College, Sherman, Texas, and will join his company. The leave of absence granted Second Lieutenant William Yates, 1st Cavalry, in special orders No. 183, August 6, 1896, from this office, is extended one month by the secretary of war. Private James R. Carson, Troop B, 9th Cavalry, now at Fort Du Chesne, Utah, is, upon his own application, transferred to the 24th Infantry, and will be sent to the headquarters of that regiment, Fort Douglas, Utah, for as signment to a company by the regi mental commander. The following named enlisted men now at Willets Point, New York, will be granted furloughs for three months under the provisions of paragraph 1, General Orders, No. 80, July 26, 1890, from this office. The furloughs will commence on the respective date des ignated after each name. These sol diers will be entitled to discharge from service at the expiration of their re spective furloughs upon timely applica tion therefor to this office, through the commanding officer Willets Point, New York. j ','-!!,: Territory of Arizona, Executive Of fice. To the People of Arizona, Greeting: As a people we should be devoutly thankful for the blessings and benefac tions that have been vouchsafed to us during the current year. States, like persons, have their epochs of activity and depression; after hours of suffer ing there usually come periods of com parative ease. We should not be un mindful of the gratitude we owe Al mighty God for His divine favor, and should rejoice over the events of the past year which promise so much for the future of our territory and Na tion. Arizona has been favored with plentiful rains and bountiful harvests which insure good returns to the hus bandman and a renewal of industrial activity. We have been in the full en joyment of civil and religious liberty, and our advancement in the arts ana sciences, and the development of intel lectual and moral power has made con tinued progress. In accordance with the time-honored custom, and in compliance with the proclamation of the president of the United States, I, Benjamin J. Franklin, governor of the territory of Arizona, by virtue of the power conferred upon me by law, do hereby designate and set apart Thursday, the 26th day of the present month of November, to be kept and observed by the people of Ar izona as a day of thanksgiving and praise; and I do hereby recommend that on that day the people abstain so far as possible from their ordinary pursuits and occupations, and assem ble in their usual places of worship to offer thanks to God in spirit and in truth. It is a day especially appropriate for the works of charity and mercy. Re membering that all our doings without charity are nothing worth, we trust this very bond of peace and all virtues will be exemplified in the observance of the day. That those who have been blessed with prosperity and plenty should remember with sympathy the unfortunate and needy, and by gen erous contributions from their bounty to the poor, enable all to share in the general thanksgiving. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused (seal) the great Seal of the Ter ritory to be affixed. Done at Phoenix, the Capital, this 16th day of November, A. D., 1896. By the governor, BENJAMIN J. FRANKLIN, F. B. DEVEREUX, Asst. Secretary of the Territory. Keweah Power and Water Company, and its principal place of transacting business shall be Phoenix, Maricopa County, in the Terntoij of Arizona, and at Lob Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of California, at which latter place stockholders' anddirectors'meetingemay be held. 2. That the gereral nature of the business proposed to be transacted is as follows: The purpose of irrigation; to acquire, construct, maintain, operate and dispose of, canals. ditches, ftimes and reservoirs; to acquire, buy. sell, mortgage, lease and deal generally in water, appropriations of water and water rights and to develop, Btore and distribute water for all purposes; to acquire, buy, sell, mortgage aEd lease real and personal property ; to develop, genera e, se 1 and supply power derived by water power, electricity or other means; to acquire, construct, operate, sell, mortgage and lease electric railroads and elec tric plants of all kinds, and also for the tran saction of any lawful business. 3. That the amount of capital stock author lied is three hundred thousand dollars, and the number of shares into which It is divided is three thousand, of the par value of one hun dred dollars each, which amount is to be paid in at the times and upon the conditions fol lowing, namely: At such times and in such manner, amount, way and means as the Board of Directors may prescribe or call for the same. 4. That the time of the commencement of 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 Bald corporation to conduct its affairs shall consist of a Board of Directors consisting of five and who are JNO. A. PIRTLE, residing at Los Angeles, California. E. C. W ARK, residing at Los Angeles, Call fornia, O. C. AINbWORTH, residing at Pasadena, California, A. G. WI8HON, residing at Tulare, 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 ot indebted ness or liability to which the corporation is at any time to subject Itself, Is one hundred and Sfty 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. PIBl'LE, GEORGE HANNA, E. C. WARE, 0. C. AINBWORTH, A. G. WISHON. Signed and sealed in presence of (Signed) . EVA M. WARNER, B. T. DUNNING. ARIZONA Seal. Seal. Seal. Seal. Seal. Invites the attendance of the world at the FIFTH SES SION of the National Irrigation Congress To be held in Phoenix Statk of California, I LOS AKCJELES C0DHIY. j 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 names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument and acknowledged to me that the; executed the same for the purpose and consideration therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this 11th d ay of November, A. D. 1896. Notarial Seal EV A M. W A RNER, Notary Public in and for the County of Lob Angeles, State of California. December 15, 16, 17, 1 896 Territory of Arizona, I County of Maricopa, j 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, 1896, in Book So. 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, Connty Recorder. This Is Tour Opportunity. On receipt of ten cents, cash or stamps, a generous sample will be mailed of the most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure (Ely's Cream Balm) sufficient to demon strate the great merits of the remedy. ELI BROTHERS, 56 Warren St.. New Tork City. Bev. John Eeid, Jr., of Great Falls, Mont., recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. I can emphasize his statement, "It is a posi tive cure for catarrh if used as directed." Key. Francis W. Poole, Pastor Central Pres. Church, Helena, Mont. Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for catarrh and contains no mercury nor any injurious drug, trice, su cents. PtaWCave Creek Stajp, Leaves Mondays and Fridavs for Cave " and Phieuix Mine. Special atrention givot passengers and baggage. Leave orders at Golden Eagle stables, c. M. STUKU1B, Prop. Telephone 57. PH(ENIX HAY & GRAIN COMPANY STOCKHOLD ERS' MEETING. 4 Notice is heieby given that a special meeting of the stockholders of the Pbcenix Hay and Grain Company for the election of directors will be hold at the office of the company in the Clt; of Phcenix, Arizona, on the 30th day of November, 1896, at 7:30 o'clook t t. By order of the District Court of MartcoDa County. C. L. E8CHMAN, Stockholder of the Phoenix Bay & Grain Com pany, appointed by the Court to call said meeting. Dated November 19, 1896. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF Keweah Power and Water Co. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, 1he r.ndrsigncd Jno. A. Pirtle, George Hanna, E. C. War, O. C. Answorthard A. G. wishon, have lhi day a.?o. i".'.d our-s-lvt tnetier for thp r-urr? of 'oiin'Tjs curcratiun nDder '.La lt-w o- i-e . eri.uuy of Arizona, and we do hereby certfiy : 1 . That the name of the corporation shall be Territory of Arizona, i UOONTY OF MARICOPA. I, J. W. Kincaid, County Recorder la and lor the County and Territory aforesaid, do hereby certify that the within instrument was filed for record at 3:35 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 Recorder. Recorder's Office, I Phoenix, Maricopa Co., A. T. j Filed and recorded at requeBt 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. Phcenix Precinct, County of Maricopa, Terri tory of Arizona. MICHAEL SCANLAN, Plaintiff, tiff, I T. F. HICKEY, Defendant, j Under and by virtue of an execution issued out of the Justice's Court of C. W. Johnstone, Justice of the Peace, of Phcenix Precinct, Coun ty of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, on the 5th day of November, A. D., 1896. and to me as Con stable, culy 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 centB ($9.85) and accruing costs taxed at , I have this day levied npon and seized the fol lowing described real estate of the defendant, towlt: Lots 26 and 30, in Block 27, of Capitol Addi tion to the City of Phcenix, Maricopa County, Arizona Territory. And will sell at public auction, on the 9th fay of December, A, D, 1896, at the hour 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 descr'bed property, which shall be sufficient to satisfy such judgment, costs and accruingcosts. Dated at Phoenix this'leth day of November, A. D., 1896. S. 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 ff 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. H. McCLINTOCK, NatT. Committeeman for Arizona.