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TTIE ARIZONA REPTTBLTCA15: THURSDAY MOfcNTNO, OOTOP.Ei: 190D.
0 SOUTH SIDE The Butte Stable Best Livery Service in Tenijie, jAS. HARTSFIELD, Proprietor, TESPE, ARIZONA. JUST RECEIVED. Xew Fresh .BICYCLE TIRKS, giiar- antccd thorn proof, $8.00 pir p;iir.j Bicycle Electric Plumbing Company TEMPE, ARIZONA. DENVER TAILOR Makes clothes that he guarantee? to fit perfectly ami returns the money to customers if he is not perfectl. satisfied. Oct a suit niaiie th?t looks neat for once. TEMPE, ARIZONA. CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN For Drv tiools' lUiiil Sho'sand Notions. T. H, Hodneit's Store, Tempe. BARTLETT PEARS $2.00 per 100 ll.s; I n ;ar -H" H. l)OX, shiplie:! to :tnv dild res.-. Geo. Schornick. MESA, ARIZONA. I SOUTH SIDE. e ! j MKSA. Tiarnett & Wiag-r are n .w ,.fr..riii . the finest line of shoes, th- Hambliii ! & Brown, to their many custom.-; s. T A'. Wi.i.. hue., e ! : . 1 . ' 1 'l . ,! t!:Clll solves as butchers in M s i in t; honey building, and are giving ciisi-nn- -rs gn1 service. There is no reason wny .,ie.-a pcoo..- ; shotild not Bet fat now. as M-s,. l...;.-'s three firs; class meat shops. Get your supplies for uleels a' ' Pomeroy Mots. New lot just arriv d. Huso Xutowski. piano lnr.fr from i'hicaK". is in Mesa antiin iiti::t' ohl customers. . Mr. r,. W. i:eed. district in:!ii:i:-,--r of : the Mutual Mercantile ag.nt y of Xt?-.v York, was m Mesa yeslrd:y iis'ii'-j . business houses. ! v ...... .. .i e.ii.v.s ., me '.'ci 'lT or ! width at the Wilbur .Mnll n Hndwa'-.-ompany's store. Mc?a. The Mesa rest a nr.. it; is f..r sale a a reasonable price, tvptite write iMrs. W. F. I.ips. oir.b. M-sa. A. T. Pears that are t..o rip- 1 .r .-hii pint will be (dosed out in :,u and 1".' poiiii'l lots at 1 1 c.-nts per pound tit I'-. M. Johnson & Urns. ' Afr an.1 Mrs Jack Stewart re:urn-l from Oila couu'.v yesterdiy .U.. V....-.-. I.e.... the ,.-.sr f.'W 1 !l SOMETHING NICE FOR NICE PEOPLE tTWDE) BatI)Olcsic ( j (MAKES YOU CLEAN) TJse in place of soap for all toilet purpoM. Sold at Drug stores, 58 cents one pound box. j Turkish facecloth free with eru-h box. See large adTertUemeut Si.uday isue this paper. Tlie ICE CTI?A1VI you get -AT CUMMINGS' Is ABSOLUTELY PURE. WHOLESALE Wheat, Barley, Alfalfa, Grain Hay and All Kinds of Cereals. Special Price on Large Contracts Correspondence Solicited. 01! SllOUid and We have Just received a large shioment of Zinc Tubs and Well Buckets. Call and see them at Wilbur-Mullen Hardware Company mp:sa vi;iz6ja. BIG BARGAINS In Hats. We are closing on; our Hats at a reduced price. Must make room for fall stock. Come early and get your choice B. M. JOHNSON & BROS. MESA, Don't forget that the Pioneer Store ZEN0S CO-OP. carries the best .mi I-trgest line of General Merchandise of any store on the Sou-h Side. Largest Line of Genera! Merchandise i Mesa. TnI'Iiii!: reopened. Horses linarilt'd liy d i v. vhI: or month, linod o:ue L'tiaraitteed. fine Turnouts. muni lis Mi-. Stewart .lias his cattle in that vicinity and i luii'.s thcie ill a !'" Tempe i!' Proprietors. lierlick ,C- Mullen. C C. I N K AS AN ANESTIIKTIO. Ki:iiosl'ul I'so of Solution Ii.bete.l fiiM the Spinal C:ir.al. Any d. vice for Hie relief of human pain is always a boon to suffering mankind. In such a s -use must he viewed the new ni"ilio. of anesihesia by injeotinjj eouiu.' sn'ir.ion int., the' spinal canal tlis -.ivcre.1 by Dr. .1. lon- ' a:-'! "'.lining, of this eiiy. Althoimh tifi.cn y. ,-u s luive elapsed since lie wrote his tirsl scientific article ,,n th-I siib.li ei. it is only within the Inst few j iii.o.iths that tie- me. li.-n! pro'esio,i ha.- .iriie.l .lit his sukk' .t ions mid piove.l the truih of his pro.lieti.tus. Now it -would appear til- in-, re tho principle of produclne; this form ,,r limlt'-l Insensi ip tested the U-tu-v pleased are ':'"tl- notin- results. a !"n l'm" afrer ' t!l!'' n.l ' iii i! H"i in i it ir ;i i ni;"ny 1: 0111 tno e.eotls 111 discover St 111" drue; th.U would aceou-.piish the n.ain pin pose in i. v; w iili.nit iniliiflnf .in iiniieces-'ari- I ly ; rofeeand n-trr tl?!i. There was al ways s ne-thh weird and dreadful i..nn . ctnl with the t;io;.i;Iit of l-.eiuK subj-cted I. iiits lew slee;, and b itii; so heipb s.-Iy and absolutely under the ,,.i,;ro of another. Kven to this r'.ty ;r..iny ptitients ha v. sti- h an tnstitut- tve f.-ar tivse p iwerl'ui agents that the ot ii-ary terrors of the knife sink into ffmsparative insivrtii'i a nee. Kspeci.Tily 1M it s. em desirable !hat nunethii'ir should be found whio,, shof.i.i disiiie tly limit the area of ir- 1 dti. il ins- nsibility t... the art affected i and leav l,e brcin flee l think Ti.ca e.inie cocaine to tt;e Us pl.t.-e in I'uifililp.K to a .crtaiti extent th : : . ou ire.l cr.ndi. lens. ' H v is while f 't . 'online, w as study- it., t.. POMEROY & MKTS for your Hi b- 'uppa. - nn.l p pin r-. II ph-f line, aial .,:t e ir- au,ii cm : y h coiit- teed. I Patii. I illcl IK il-net , .ii-trillnellt- To' , i POMEROY &METSSA ! CODE & SALTER BUILDING 01R SALE Stillcontmues. This week j we offer you a fine line of Ladies' and Misses' UN- DERWEAR at wholesale prices. Rniemb.T Jhe Viae. siBarnelt & Wingar TEMPE, ARIZ DEALER IN piine our handsome line of White Colored Granateware. ARIZONA. WANTED dt Small tracts from 20 to 60 acres under v Ternpe Canal. Call or address w. a. TiSocttynt REAL ESTATE BROKER. ing and expr t iivu ntins to Increase the us-f ulnepp and more e'. ended appi'r -ability of this new and valuable rem edy that he conceived and demons! ra -ted the praeti .ability and compara tive safety of injecting; the solution in (lU'Stion into the lower portion of the spinal meal. I'.y such -means he suc ceeded in tein pot arily destroying irll sensit iveness in the roots of the var ious nerves which have their origin in that portion of the spinal cord. As n ronse(t:enee we nmv hear alnn st in credible stori. s of patients who have watched a inpn la I i. .ns of their own limbs without the slightest isolous- ncss nf a smart or swinge, and who could scarcely realize that parts of their own body were Peine severed. Other op -rations .if eipiai s-veriiy have also been performed in this newly created ana if anesthesia with like astonishing rcsuUs. The only thins which :ipparently r'iiiuins to be done is to extend the surface of insensibility as safely and purely to the upper por tions of the body. This may pessihly be accomplished in lime, when great t-r experience with the use of the solu tion In the present reslrl ted roijion of the spine shall warrant the requisite ventures in other and more extended directions. Kveu as the matter now stands there is meat reasons for b lievins that this principle of treating and preventing pain has a very promisinn future ami a comparatively extensive rtins.1 of application. Already it his been si successfully applied to the abolition of the pains of maternity that its future use for such put poses is confidently as sured. --New York Herald. JIK'HKIAX AS A ;i:KTXA nilKKX. Milwaukee Has Lost Her I'lacr as a Place to be Married. The jiublie pr. ss o, .mains f- utlfnt criticisms i f th- laxity and diversiiy of American diver.-? laws. Far t 10 lit tle consideration in the dis.-ussion of this question is ordinarily given the hasty and imprudent man ias;. -' which are so ofn n th" ant, fed n; evils from which ma t riaior.ia infelicity springs. This suhj.it. however, is receiving serin tl.inir of the attention which it de serves in c rtain of. the western states. I-Ve- a li.r."; time tiietv was a con stant proees-ion of r!.ip;n.t,r couples from (.'hi-a. p, to Milw tinkle. idt-re wc.ldir..'-;- eer- monies wt t quickly and cheaply p -rf .rjned wttli to, ineonvtn jent iiuesti.itis ask' (1. This teach ',1 stteh i.rop.ir! ions that the Wis consin legislature passed a mtirriagie bill soim time ar. i which eff-etually I'.-nioved Milwaukee from the (Jretn.t 'Ir. en -tu.-tt-iry. and rurtaway ( otiples fr. en tit - lliin is metr. ; dis w hi ar in a hurry to plitiiy; into matrimony now have P. seek some other destination. They ate lloekine- jut,, Midiinan in sit -ii nuiiibets that strong protest is be in.e ma-le b c .ns. rv ati pap r- and ciiix.'-ns ae.iia.' this pracllit'. and a m .v. tni ii: has been set on foot to in duce the .Mi. -hi";. in to emulate the ex ;'.!P:Ie of thai of Wis'-otisin in making marria" laws inoie stilnir-nt. The ex act ib Are '.' w hi h rrstri.-tion siiould be carri tl in tiiis r. .-pt .-t is a ditlicitll cue .i ar- -ertain. I'.nt the euf irce-m- tit .f rias.m.ible leiral pr cautions would be lik"iy to produce beneficial results in I-sscninv 'he numb r of fool ish youthful miirria.'S which s often brir.s misery in th ir train. Reform iti lih' pre. en'; lot.se and ,a.-y methods 'if obtaining a divorce in s.tm n.iir.i of the rutin. ry may be ne ded. but in order to set to the root of th- matt, r it is neces-ary t. convince y mtij,' people of boih s :. s thtr. unr.-llectin ha-i- in inlerlns; upon the inns! i.nportanl con trtiet in wliich Ituman beings can n R.iS.. t- lik. ly to lirinsr its .iwn pui-i.-hin.-iu. 1'hilad -lphia Hull, -tin. WHAT'S IX A NAME. Although the present fashion of i hristening children with family sur names is mm h t be commended for many reasons, ii can its with it some awful pessiliiiiti unknown in th-- days of Mary Ann's and Joan H. hit's. A glance at tic folowlng list, each name of w hich is g.-nuine. will illustrate sutli ciuelly well the po.-ibi'iti.-s of n unen eialure r. sting with par ins in Their choice of nam. s for th men and wom , :i of toniorr .w". Edna Rroker Mothershead. Mai inn I-iny't.-h Karle. Sawyer Turner Snmrrs t. Will W. Cpp. X' alon Cray 1 'a i I y. Ileiilon Kiliin Savage. Owen Taylor Money. Im a Little Lamb. Rrok-T Husbands Hart. R. I'. I'h. l.in-Coe.'.e. Marie A. I'a h lor. May Tvus 1'PP- I. lb tiy Sawyer. Mab. l Eve St try. W ill WalV. Wither. Waring tjr, , n Cot. s. Iva Wir.eih.-si, r Kill--. Etta Loiia Hairc.ud-1 legges. I larb r hit ling Ma n. Weir Si- k O l'.ryati. Makin 1. ud Nov. s. Hin-.l Coop Cumming. Ko.lenor IMillmtin Can'. l..-,,Jy Spi'-s Sourw'm-. Knott Worth Reading. From Life i;loi:e sidirrs. T. you w .n't work. rcspt'Ct th righls of the iran w In, will. As a rule a man's good nature dis appears with his youth. We i an re ver unlerstai'. l w hy the Kghlning Ilia: do s not hurt never strikes us. Th. re is a e.-riain kind "f mm ihat you can pick out as far as y.tu can s -e h'm. It i- lie- enery man. A man mi; a; Vall.y Falls .-i.tually wame I if buy a plan Tart week-, may he sonic tn - wid lit.a'iy a .un.iy want life lnsurar.ee. Yon pi-..i..il.!,- kr.ow- a lot of p'-ople who want you ' " tn.ngs f.-r t'a rn. Do yen kn iv. anyone w no is at-.xio'.is to "do" tl-ia-s f.-.r v.iiiV 1 hard work i- r -.lii.-i bi.-. hn mtjy TVmjie, Arizona credit. ilde men are thpre? An Atchison woman drinks be, r r k ularly, but her hu-hand iln.sii't caie for ii. if you happen ; favor .i man for a polkical position, he S"eius to feel it his privilege to ask you ; i pel your c at. The Intelligence :i any man or wo man who believe: in supernatural ti.inss is not t be trusted. Any one who believes In 'hypn .ism or sup rnat ut.ilisai in any other form, ha-- a setvw !o se somew h re and this le.i e s -rew will finally result- in harm to them--c!vos or f 1 lends. 'ijic; r l e a woman a compliment and she never los. .- siKht of il- An Atehi s n v.-riin.-;i ir still keepini; a ) "i 11 ini nt tii'o which was -!v : . her ten yeais a u , . 'oi, V listii'i'. Sin. i t.iat linic her riir-. : ':. .. I s: v. ii.itevn- sym metry j; may ..a -e have had. but w h-n-I ever figures are discussed the Alchi-.m ; woman trots out her compliment. There has Ions bten a custom In At chison, when a hahv, arrives at a man's house, for him t give his friends a ci fiar; a ten cent cigar for a boy and a live cent cigar for a girl, a b iy h ins considered more valuable. This custom should be changed. AVhett a baby ar tives at a man's hoii.-e his friends should give him money with which to take tare of it: ten cents for a girl and a nick 1 for a boy. as a girl is more ex pensive. An Alchis in bri;:.-( a mam ieently went home cross, as usual, but his wife who is thoroughly domestic and lovable ni: t him at the door with a kiss, but he had been eating limburger die s- ar. I il made her so sick, sh cm', ln't get i upp, r. The bi t -e became angry b, cause supper was not on time, and bruk a let of dish, s. and poked a dress in the stove which his wifje Intended to wear t ' a pink tea the nevt day. She1 has de cided to g t a divorct. and th-' papers will be full of it next week. (New story just out.) The diaper, a is going out of style. The cu?;om was invented by the wom en a- a m, ans of g '.ting ugly old aunts in the push o cas. uiaily. Atchison 1 1 lobe. TH H FIRST ICI.F.VATOR. A patent was takn out on a passen ger elevator sixty ytJrs ago. but the lirs; patent for a complete and pranti- (i , i va'.or w is given to Mr. K. i. Otis of Yonkers. X. Y.. in January, lstll; s that whih the Plea is much older tlie elevator is only 111' years old. -o- LOCAL BREVITIES. i Cards of thanks, notices pertaining to organisations and societies, church fairs or socials, will not be printed :n The ".epuhllean except when paid for. j Extra fine RartleV. pears for si!e in j quantities for canninj', lVje per pound. Inquire at otlh e of W. J. Murphy, First i avenue and Adams streit. FOR OYKR FIFTY YEARS , ?.Irs. Wir.slow's Soothing Syrup has befn used for children t. ething-. Il soothes the child, s ift ns the gums, al lays all pain, cures wind colic and i -i j the bt ; t remedy f ir diarrhoea. Twcn- I ty-Hve cents a bottle. I SANTA FE. PRKSOOTT & PHOENIX : RY. CO.. PUESt'OTT & EAST 1 EliX R. R. CO. i Overland train leaves Phoenix daily at S:l." a. m. for San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver. Kansas City and Chicago We have no "7 come 11." no i "Cannon Rail" n r "Thunderbolt" trains, but w have the "Real Thing." known as the "Wingless Flyer" We made Phoenix and we tan make "Time." :. W. (SILLKTT. Oeneral Ag-ent. I Dr. L. C. Oonzales. a graduate of one 1 of the best dental colleges in the east, and who has had the leading- practice ; in Prescott for six years, has located ( here and opened offices in the Cotten ; Mock.- coiner Washington and Center streets. ' N. Porter's for hand made saddles and harness. 142 East Washington. I Only first-class dental work done by Dr. L. C. Gonzales, office corner Wash jinglon and Center streets; Cotten block. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of th MAYFLOWER OIL AND LAND CoAl PANY. Know all Men by Tht -e F'res nts: That we. th- undersigned, have this da. voluntaiily associated oiirsdves t -gether fur the purpose , f forming a corporation under th laws of the TVr rl'tory of Ariz, ma. firs t. That the name of said ror P nation shall he the May-flow, r oil an! Land Company, an 1 its principal phi e of transaction ..f business shall lie at Phoenix, Maricopa County. Arizona, w ith bratK h ollices in San Fran. iseo and Rakers-field, California, and the nanus of th,. In -.,rp 'i-ators ar : A. Jacobs. Mayer Coblentz. Morris Schwartz. George W. Elder. Charl, s F. Kapp. J. seph E. Hi. n and George ' iehrkins. Second. The general nature of th business to be trans. i -ted Is acquiring possession and title to oil and min eral lands, either by purchase, bond or lease of the sam . and the disposal i f the same by sale, lease or bind. The developmt nt of lands acquire 1 by the corpora t ion by the sinking of wells, shafts or by driving of t'tnnt Is or drifts, th erection of building's, hoists, warehouses, factories, furnaces or mills, necis-ary :i the proper (-.induct of the business of the c. rpornti m. The construction of trams anil other roads, pip lines. Hum' s. ditches and .very other thing necessary to the proper (.induct of the luisine-s of the corpora t ion. The buying and s lling of mer'-hnn-dise. oils, min- rals. in, tals. limber, lumln r, or agricultural pro lu.-tions. The right to do any and all aits net inconsistent with the laws of Arizona, made and provided for the government of corporations. Third. That the amount of capital s'tock of saiJ coipoi a; ion is $.7uC.0:iO; that the number of shares into which it is divided Is .",110.11110 of the par value of $1.00 each. Fa; 1 capital stock shall be paid at such linii-s'and in such manner ns the hoard i f directors shall determin- ind au: horize. Fourth. That the term for which sai 1 corporation is to.eXit Is twenty five years from and after tli date id i.s incorptirat iot'. Fifth. That th business of said eor porjiinti shall b managed and cun Irolkd by a board of nine c i e-. tors. who shall be elected at a meeting .if the stockhold --rs of sail corp.-ira tton and shall serve for on- year from the date of their slid election Sixth. Thru th indebted. le-'1) nf the corporation shall not excefd Stiii.nfiO. Sev.'nth. Thar the private p. ip, riy of the stcVhclders is to be exeinp-t from ira'te del:s. "n witness whereof we ha.e hereunto set our hands and sealsthis 10th day of October. A. D.. 1900. Mayer coblentz. seal JOSEPH K. RI EN. seal CHAP. F. KAPP. seal MORRIS SCHWARTZ, seall ARE JACOBS. seal GEORGE GEHRKINS. Tseall GEO. W. ELDER. s -al On this 10th day of October, in 'the yar A. P.. one thousand nine hundred, before me. I. L. .Ta-cbi. a n i.ary public in and for sai 1 City and County of San Francisco. duly connnis-.-ioned and sworn, personally appeared A. Jacobs. Mayer C iblentz. Morris Schwartz, George W. Elder. Chas. F. Kapp. Jos eph E. RI n, George Gthrk'ms. known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to and who executed the within instrument, and each acknowl edged to m- that they executed the sa n;e. In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and afflxrd by official s-al the deiv an.! year last above written sal I. L. JACOB!. Notary Public in and for the City and Court y of Pan Francis.-o. State ot California. Chronicle Building. Rooms 41 and 43. (10c I. R. ftp. Cncld.) Ftate of California. City and County nf San Francisco, ss. I Wm. A. Dfane. clerk of the said City and County of Pan Francisco, and clerk of the Pi ;ierlor Court of said Pt.-.te. m anl for said City and Count". Of Fan Francisco, the same being a Court of Record, anl having by law a s,al. da hereby citify that I. L. Jacohi. whes name is subscribed to the certificate of a -kr. nw ledgnif n t of th" foregoinpf instrument, and thereon w ii;:- n, was. at the time of taking such acknowledgment, a notary public in iind f ir rah! Stat? of California, dulv r.oi-t-.r.-.iss'cned and sworn, and residing in the raid City and County of San Franc :sro. and an oSierr duly author ir.ed by-the laws of raid Sta'e of Cali farnia to take a.-kn iwledgm-nts or proof of deeds or conveyances for lands, t- nement? and h -re.litamonts in said State of California, and fc.rthf r 'that 1 iirn well a'.qt.aiiite.i with the handwrit ing of said nritary public, and verily believe that the signature to paid or iginal certificate nf acknowledgment U , nuine. In witn. ss whrrcof. 1 have hereunto sui:. cribed my mm; and affixed the otficial real r.f said l O-at t this llih day of October. RiOO. seal W M. A. DEANE. County Clerk and ex-Offico Cleik of the Superiar Court. GOc I. R. Stp. Cncld.) Territory of Arizona. County of Mari copa, ss. 1 I. F. W. Shu r: Ian. county recorder in and for the County and T rritory afore said, hereby certify that 1 have com pared the foregoing copy with thr or iginal artlclta of Incorporation of th ' Mayflower Oil and Lai 1 Company, filed and recorded in my ofiice on the 2-d day of Oct ib. r. WO. in Book No. 4. Articles of I111 arporation. at page . and that the same Is a full, true nnj eor.-eer copy ,.f such original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of office this 22.1 day of O. 'tuber. V.W. seal! F. W. SHERIDAN. By ('.unity Recorder. C. W. HARNETT. Deputy. Filed in t'he ofiice of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 22d day of October. A. D.. 19o. at :1 p. m. C. H. AKERS. Secretary of Arizona. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING The rcgnl'ir aniiiiiil meetum of Hie trck linl.ler el 1 lie shU River Yiillcv ( 'a nnl '0111 pnliv w ill lie lielrt We lie sdy. the 17tli day nl iict it, r. pmt rtt Tlie li"lir ol "J o'clock p. ln.,iit t tie otlice of the Ci'r.pieny.in t'luienix. ArizoiiH. tn elect three Trustees lor llie ellsi.iin; yenr. nntl to trull'' t such oilier business ns may Inw filllv conic bedi -e sid meeting. TIK'H W. PEMKH-K I'UN. Pres. W M . It. ("I.KARY, S.-c- . Phoenix. Ariz.. Oct sib. 1f-' First piiljliciilitui in Ilic AriziuiH Itcpul, Ichu Oct. !'. l'.l. Tlie illinmil stockholder-' l.et pencil till Wediic-diiv, (lc ftit'g has been :i-t. " 1 - o'clock p. l" Wm. Ii.c'LEiltY. Se.-'y. STOCKHOLTjEKs' mfiETIM 3r. The rcjnlii' 11 n 11 1 1 11 1 lr.eetiliR of the stoclt h. tliiers ot t'.e e-tr-Mn! t'niinl CoinpH'ty w id lie belt We-iiK'S-inv. the lTIli tlay ni o.-liiltcr. l' n. hi tie-hour of i o'clock . in., at the ofiice o( the t.'(,ilMliv. in I'hoenix. ri;oi.a. to elect three Uirectors lor llie rnstiine ytar. and to riinsai-i such other liit-iutss nh may luwl'ully ciniie before aai lneetir.tr TIIOS W. PKMHKKTO, Pres. WM. B Cf.KARY.Sei y. PhoeiiiT. Arizona. o 1 Mil. l!n Kirst piil.licatic.il 111 the Arizo.ui Republican Oct. I'. 1!K). The annitil stnc'ilioltlcr-' uiecthig has bet 11 pone,) till W, tliHs.Uy. Oct t-.l-t.al Ji.'clock i p. in Wm. B ( Li Kl . see v. I STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING j Tin' reirular aniiiiiil nicetinir of the stock holders ,.1'the M -ricopii Canal Coin pa 11 v will b 1 held W e.lllefday. the 1 til oav 111 Ot tl.be". 1!M!. I at the hour ol'tio'e oek p m., at the olTice 01 fie cttnipaiiy. ill Phoenix. Arizona. t elect 'iltrt'e liir.'.-i n-s for the ensuing year, anil to j transa' I such oilier I-iimhc g ns itiny lawl'lllly . Collie bei ire siii-l nieetine I T'los XV. PPM P.KRTOV, Pres. i XX' M it CI.KAKY. ter'y. . Ph'iviiix, A riztiim. 1 let sth.Pliil. First publication ia the Arizona Kel iibliian, Oct. 9, I'.hki. The annual iit-tekhoMers' rtxe'ing Pus been pnstp ill' il till XX'edllesrlav, Oi l :;Nt. nt Jo'el.ti-k p in. XX.M.B ( LEAHY. M c'y. NOTICE TO CRElJITOltS. Estate of Herman H. Campbell. De ceased. I Notice is hereby given by the under signed adqministrator of the estate of Herman H. Campbell, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator. C. J. Hall, at the Phoenix National bank. Phoenix, Ari zona, the same being the place for the transaction of 'the besiness of said es tate in said County of Maricopa. CHARLES J. HALL. Administrator of the Estate of Her man H. Campbell, Deceased. Dated this 17th day of October. 1900. First publication October IS, 13U0. STOCKHOLDERS MEeETING. Notice is hi.rcby given that 'the an nual meeting- of the stockholders of the Prescott & Eastern Railroad com pany will be held at the office of the company in the City of Prescott, .Ter ritory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the -'1st day of Novemb. r, WOO, at twelve o'clock, noon, of said day, for the pur pose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly be brought before the meeting. Books for the transfer of stock will be closed November 10, re maining cla-sed until November 27, WO. Dated at Prts.'ott. Arizona, this 17th day of October, 100. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY, F. J. SARMIENTO. President. Assistant Secretary. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. Notice is hereby given thap the an nual meeting of ;he stockholders of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix 1 tail way company will be held at the office of the conn any in the Cky of Prescott, Territory of Ajizona, on Wednesday, the 21st day of November, 11)00, at twelve o'clock, noon, of said day, for the purpose of electing a board of di rectors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly be brought before the me- ling. IJ oks for ithe transfer of stock will be closed November 10, re maining closed until November 27, 1900. Dated at Prescott. Arizona, this 17th day of October, 11)00. (Signed) F. M. M L'RPHY, F. J. SARMIENTO, President. Assistant Secretary. PROCLAMATION OF ELECTION. Territory of Arizona, Executive Department. WHER77AS, Under an a;t of -the Legislative Assembly of the Territory, entitled "Elections.'' and approved March S, 1S87. it is provided that there shall be held throug-'aout the Territory upon the Tuesday after the first Mon day in November. A. D., 1SSS, and every two years thereafter, an election for members of the legislative assem bly, and such other officers as may be required by law shall be chosen at such election: and "WHEREAS. It is furthe- provided in said a;t that at least thirty days be fore each general election the Govern or must issue an Election Proclama tion, under the Great Seal of the Ter ritory, and transmit copies thereof to the clerks of the Boards of Supervis ors of the counties in xvhich such elec tions are to be held; such proclamation to contain a statement of the time of the election and the offices to be filled and the offer of a reward in the form prescribed by said act; NOW, THEREFORE, I, Nathan O. Murphy, Governor of Arizona, in pur suance of th2 du'ty enjoined upon me, do hereby order a general election to be held on the Tuesday after the first lilonday in November. A. D., 1900, and the offices to be filled at such election I do hereby designate to be as folloxvs. to-xvit: One Delegate to the Fifty-seventh congress of the United States. Twelve members of the Council of the Legislative Assembly of Arizona, and twenty-four members of the House of Representatives or the Legislative Assembly of Arizona, apportioned agreeably Ho existing laws as folloxvs: Apache county, one raemlier of the Council and one member of the House of Representatives; Coconino county, one member of the Council and one member of the House of Representa tives: Cochise county, one member of the cbuncil and three members of the House of Representatives: Gjla coun ty, one member of the council and one member of 1 he House of Representa tives; Graham county, one member of the Council and two members of the House of Representatives: Mari-copa county, one member of the Council and four members of the House of repre sentatives: Mohave county, one mem ber of th Council and one member of the House of Representatives; Navajo county, one meinbtr of r.he Council and one member of the House of Repre sentatives: . lama cc.'inty. one member of the Council, jointly with the county of Santa Cruz, and three members of the House of Representatives; Pinal county, one member of the council and two members of 'the House of Rep resentatives; Santa Cruz county, one member of the council, jointly with the county of Pima, as aforesaid, and one membi r of the House of Representa tives: Yavapai county, one member of the Council and three members of the House of Repres, nta'tives; Yuma county', on. member of the council and c ne member of the House of Repre sentatives. And there shall be elected in each county of the territory, one probate Judge, one District Attorney, one Sher iff, one Treasurer, ojie Recorder, one Surveyor, txvo members of the Board of Supervisors, except that in the county of Cochise there shall be elect ed three members of the Board ot Su pervisors, and in the county of Santa Cruz tcere shall be elected three mem bers of the Board of Supervisors, and in each county of .the first class and in each county of the second class, erne Assessor shall be elected: also in the sexrai precincts of each county one Justice of the Peace and one constable shall be elected, and in such precincts as are entitled to two Justices of the Peace and . xvo Constables that number shall be elected. There shall also be elected in each county of the first class one County School Superintendent. AND I DO HEREBY offer a reward I of fifty dollars Tor Ihe arrest and con- j viction of any and every pers m vl.w latitig any of the provisions of Titl IV. Part 1 of the Penal Code. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I haeve hereunto set my hand and caused bhe Great Seal f the Territory to re here seal unto atlixed. Done 11 1 Phoenix, the Capital. thU . 27th day of September. A. D, W0. By the Governor. NATHAN O. MURPHY. CHARLES II. AKERS, See retary of the Terrbtory. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of W. E. Johnson, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administratrix o' the estate f W. E. Johnson, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having; claim against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary voucher, within four months after the first pub lication of this notice to the said ad ministratrix at her residence. No. 711 West Jefferson street. Phoenix, A. T., the same being the place for the trans action of the business of said estal la said county of Mdudcopa. MRS. E. A. JOHNSON. Administratrix of the Estate of Sai, Deceased. Dated Saturday, this 2Dh day of Sep tember, 1900. THE COMPANY Prcscotl, Arizona. 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