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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, J&)0
6 SOUTH SIDE The Butte Stable Best Livery Service in Temie, JAS. HARTSFIELD, Proprietor, TEMPE, JUST RECEIVED New Fresh BICYCLE TIKES, guar anteed tliorn proof, $8.00 ptT pair. Bicycle Electric Plumbing Company TEMPE, ARIZONA. ' CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN ror Drv Goods' lUVTli shoes and Notions. T. H, Hodneit's Store, Tempe. BARTLETT PEAFS $2.00 per 1001b; $1.00 per 40 lb. box, shipped to tiny address. ; Ceo. Schornick. MESA, ARIZONA. SOUTH SIDE, j TKJl I'F.. As election is drawing n.-an-i- sirtel cornei-s and stales are b coniins (-enters of hot political disputes all if -which howevi r a: -' not wholly on 1 a! or territorial affairs, but about ih; national campai.an i-su-s and i.uuli ilates. Theie are but few heavy b. is made in Te.ivpe as yet. but iwim r ius small bets have been mad bt -. we-n Bryn and Mc-Kinley nu n as well as between Smith and YVi s 11 10.11. Tempe will j?o str 1:1; fm- V :n 11'ay. H. B. OriHi;is' trip 'to California was one of bus-Ill' ss as well as pleasure. While there be ii'.ypt -tcl a number ! the best i-abbitries on th-. cms: an-: made a numb, r of pure. 1. is s. " 01 bunch of rabbits which h.- seat in l.i.-: -week Aver? th-r Flemish Rli.us. lin Iorteil stock, a rabbit whicn -.v i-iis ;) and more pounds. Mr. f'.rillia has un doubtedly the bet ral " it'-y for 'ine bred stock in the territory .m l on of the best in the Vnited Pint 5. Herlick and .Mullen have an ami -1 to receive election r, turns at t.i T nipe House on the nijih: of Nov. ;. The Kansas peopl- of the .South Si 1-have- completed all arrunr-:ii"i:. - for their biff Kansas t-eni:i.ni whi, h will li held in Tempo on ih- public s.-li nd grounds Nov. 3. All person- in the valley from the state f H-insa : in vited' to attend and re-si si; e- their names. There are pr-!:.ib!.' in -ir people in the vall -y from Kansas than from, any other state. 1 The members of the ea.iet onp iny at the Normal are nearly all uniform ed' now and work with the 1,-1.1 11 lias bKUn. The company, under i-h - pro ficient instruction f Fiv.l M. !.i-li. is Something Nice: for niog feople TM0t) Ball)okiK (ma" (makes you clean? Use ia place "of soap for ail toilet purposes. ; Sold at Drug stores, 25 ceuts one pound box. ' Turkish facecloth free with each ho:v. bee large advertisement Suuday issue this paper. t The ICE CREAM yoti get AT T CUMMINGS' TKMi'E Is ABSOLUTELY PURE. 2 ! V WHOLESALE PETERS, Wheat, Barley, Alfalfa, Grain Hay and All Kinds of Cereals. Special Price on Large Contracts Correspondence Solicited, j YOU Should Examine and We have Just received a large shioment ofia-- -v,r.H,,. or,.,:,. il0!?TllT Z-r. , i i r i r- , i i i i 'own us- m miioug and treating ire-. jLon Is at anj tim to subjei t itsell i inC TUDS and Well BUCketS. Call and See ! ,!,-?. s. one. mcrals - ndn.r.i's an l in! ve hundre.l thousand dollars, them at jroiuing or ino :i;i l.i.t m :r: ? for its own j Eighth: That the priva'e rn'operty ! ;-?e nn l for th sale an.l d liv ery of , of each officer and st-M-khohb r of said WilburMullen Hardware Company MESA ARIZOXA. B. M. JOHNSON & BROS; Stock of Shoes, Crockery and Glass ware selling at cost. GENERAL REDUCTION IN ALL OTHER LINES. A. A. WALSWOKTH, Manager, Mesa, Arizona. Don't forget that the Pioneer Store ZENOS CO-OP. carries the best and largest line of General Merchandise of any store on the South Side. Largest Line of General Merchandise v Mesa. Tnd0Bf taiE reopened. Horses boarded y day, week or month. ; Good care guaranteed, fine Turnouts. ARIZONA. improving rapidly ami b- fore t'.i. ' ';f thp F': r! Vf:,:: wi!l ;,s in ll,H 1Ms:i f w yi.irs he t:ie bo.t .'nil. .! i Mii'.mv 1 in ihetenitory. The tn;l:t!ry 'lrii! to-! young in. n se: ai tie- Normal i.- very, b ,-iv ti. iai to iii-.n an i friv. s th in a 1 niiu h i,-ttr s: p an i oan-iase ' tin . body. Th three lit-r.iry s:. ; it-. at .h N:i:iial f. o ; I will .:rry o-,it by-1-ir -;i mm.? :i fr r '' o', !o-.-k tlr'. afii-r::o :i io s( paint - .iiidlt-'i-iun'S at t;:e liu:iil:nir J. T. I'any s-iys it is th- .ti '.mi of t::. valley, and i a:i 1: Is a i omd h.iby ktI i is' idden l Parry horn-.- Tu.-sday nlprht I The. i. Nli-hol v .li is in f: m Flr- en:-.' .ni l win sp, nd a f--,v days with ' his parents. ' k-.h:. wiut.ik,-- hr.s left th Norma: i:ol:on Co. Mr. '.VhRaki r is a de-erv- j litis y.iunR man and th i'. lit ,n C. i la Ro.'-l pi K fi.r him to Jir't a bu-in-ss ; du.-.ition. I I Tin- Ladies Ai l so i ty ,.f the R .p :is e'.iu;,-li at a busln. ?s me-;in.(i 00 ' Til', r- lay aft. r:i in. eo;u;iI ;. 1 arrange-! , nien.s for tin- ;ne0i - .iinn r wh: li .h y ' t :p.-.-t 11 sjrve in t ivn 0:1 el etloa day. A s- el dinner, cn-i ; i ;is of I tnik.y. e!ii(k.n. b.ik'l l.ei:-. . a : I i other si1!) ;.-i n-.i.r arti) l-? -be s rvt J a: a :r.o !. : itc p: old p- t .,!!b-e bi;i;d:::i. di'-: will Tempe House. Proin-ielors. Ilcrlick & Mullen. RKFI.LIC'Tii 'NP OF A I "1 1 KTa ' 1 1. Kvery husl an ! v.- .-.ill be, h : n;i l !: d if 1 e w,lU(l all Jiv 1;. A - s-.-'ii as i; iz : s - a man doesn't ha; . t.i 1 at th, si ass h- has ti ciL.ln OIM t ll ' flJ! n.o e. If ir.- n had .1 riu'.it to ui.io th.ei.- wives a.- they use 1 to :h.y.- would !. ! y ili ii!-.-- s a-:. I :i 1..; i : r woman's . u!s. Wh. 11 th. r men f. . tofi' tie 1 o all main 1 so tli y . an f . il th.- i l l b.'i:-h. lors an I 1 nl ! J i.i.'- t h y ar-. Th.- aor.i::e u .:oan hos an lit : ho. l.M-.ul woiil'ln't li.t-e , t ha in;. sa.rw a; all of ii .;i::'i into h.-avon if it w.-ren : for all of i.rr ;ayin;i f..r i-.i'.;. Morality is aim st a i. ways a i,i sti n f one s n-iihi.i.rs. .o v.o:.:a:i can 00 a I in.ii wif anl rais.' canary birds at 111,- sam-' time. A w..:naii always waad.-rs h4w si.-k .-he w..uld have to 1: b-i-.:v it wou.d I'l.ikn i: -r busl -.iiid :-i-.. There will com - a tim ivmn wcarins a widow's veil "ill fjiisiO.-rv.l .sis iaiir.oral as wta:ini" 11 1 mu. h pet .um- ry. Nc 'T RV CIK ilCK. "Winn do'? a r-.tn become a str-ss'.'" "Wh n l; h-m; anl haws." "No." "Wh' n li.- tor. a. Is h's v.av." "N ." "U'h-. n h.- t ii's an-1 t ars." '"Give it up." "Never if he can help it." I'.x. New Line of BICYCLES at iiPOHEROY&HETS MESA 1 AMZ Si eeial attention i;iven to sup- jiiies for all win els and repair work. ! CODE & SALTER BUILDING T"F71U.PT7 1 1 XJiVli i- ARIZ. DEALER IN our handsome Wno nf Whitp!!,mr'inT Plants an I sMtims. ,- sm- line Oi VVllllfcJ , . ,, ,. ... , Colored Granateware. I BARGAINS IN GOOD PROPERTY Tour, lols trim $.".0 up. Acre ptoperty from tr, up. Alfalfa farms with w.UtV. from $25 up. Till''. beautiful homes at bargain prices. V. A.. TSOLT'O'N".. Ttrore, Ar z na REAL ESTATE BROKER si r. B B I IU riLU JLJLlfet Ji. We offdr for sa!e our ei'ire Grocery Stock for cash, at rroiey saving prices. Read the Lsts thar iollow : 1 -poll ml ji:ick:ire Tea 40c lino1 rn.e 4c Colt Pipes, 2...'. 5c;-!la L lly Soap, 7 bars 2C S;d ikin To! lace', '2 5C Lunch Tongue, 2 cans ;5C Toilet Soi., 2 ,)C Cliewmtr (.uiii, 2 pku oC Hulk (Hire', per pint I 5C. , ,, . o-; ' ' VeS' ''e ' ?5 C I - 11' 1 otnritoe-, pert-nn I OC j Peas, li nest qua !i ty, 2 cans 25Ci Ve-tf, fair oM.tlitv, . c.me zoC i String Bean.. cans 25C Pope, all sizes, 1 lb I 5C Corn, per e.i n H'C ! Flavoring Extracts, 1 bottle... 5C 2 t'k Fairb's Scouring Soap... IOC Masons blacking, all sizpp, lbx..5C 4 Cans Lve 25C ) lb. Salt, 1 eack 5C Tin Cow Milk, per can ....lOcjo lb. Salt, 1 sack I OC j Oysters, : cans 25C i ,i c i:. i .Ji'lhCl . 1(14 1 k ,1 1 U J ll'.l-, 1 (.U 11.. . I V ! Deviled Ham, ., 4 cans 25' Sniniort, I ran IUC Uoiien Barley, sack... Arbuckles Coffee, 1 j kg I 5C j Coal Oil. er gallon.. j,i,iU.0O) l 11, pluir ... 25Cal Apples, 2 cans... White and Pink Beans, 1 lb 4C I o lbs Fancv Bellefiower Apples. 25C Jelly Beans, 1 lb I 5C ! - The above are only a few of our bargains. The Kessler-Boyle Grocery Co. First Avenue and Adams Street. T. W. CHAMBERLAIN LUMBER CO. -DEALiKS IN- Luinl er, Lime, Cement, Doors and Sash, Mouldings, Building Materials, Boxes, Etc. Oilice and Yard Corner Second Aventto and Jackson Street, Wefsh rabbit is the fad for the evenings at CLARK'S T , 11.. ,T. , . It s most ct-KU.MS. We are cpen until midnight to serve you. ' p - - AitTIi 'LKS OF I NOORRi i',.'.TK )N I mav hi lo. ated and the on-rations of . .THE ANGLO-SAXON G LD MINING I & Tl'NNKL CO. j . j j Know Ail Mia by Tli. s I'res :;' .; Tl.a: .( . ' M.ush i.f 1 S;'X; ("eor- ' C.iunty of : L:os;on. 11:1. u a'n-d. F..!wa,l R. nintv of M i Idle- -In S. IW-v :-.iiin, Middlesex; K. tiiiiy of Suffol Walihani. 1 Catch, ofj all in the! . common wtallh of Maisachusetta: M. A. L.i;li:-op ,-!' 11. nana, iiouata-s c 1-i ty. Nebraska, have this day asso,::,;ed ' ours. Ivi s t.rethr for the purpose of ; f..r:r!ii!i a .-orp -ration under the laws : 01 t,:, In reb I Fir: T. rrlt ory rizona. and we dj .- ( rtify : : That the name of t Potation shall The ns!o-e'ax on C,,:J & Tunnel C I f'.ien Thai ;he Rpp.eral nature of the busin ss proposed l.o be t ra n -a c t -d , is: Tile a-ouisition by purchase, b a-e 'or c.h.rulse of mineral, and agri.-ul-itural la n Is. .1. po-'ts of ore. min-ia'.s. , metals. lays. s.Jtii' s. ai-.-l t n.-s. and ot sub- iw n. op -rat-.-, dispose "L ' a!"v '"' '" ";'1"'s "' i'o.-ii.; . min -i a:-, m.-tals. eUys. ui s an 1 ' -"'". an. -is. to mine i nlln.lrtd. and the time of its tormina -ion. au-.l oth-.-r min -rals. ) ti3n ig ,h., gixh ,;ay ()f (.t;,t)t.,. ,, ! co met lis. som-s. days, and iStm.'S itii.l to ere. : .m l operate niin j ing. milling, .-on -enrr.itlnc-. redui ing. snultiri:'. and refining plants or works I for mining, milling, r-dtu-ing. smelting. r " tiring and tr-. ating of said ores, min ! orals. me';a!s. clays, stones, an.l other substances and ti 11 and dispose of the smv and the pro.luels t!: -r-of. and it.i (-'mliiet and ttansait all. and ZF'r.ir''tl. ations or httsincss i.-vit-i i ii.i in ii''j,.i.;:i!i; n iii.u: s ii; r. ,:t,;. le.s,. , . , , , t.ir-,." 'im','' foV the i-.i-!-nl.-! m st.e - - s ii.l water i others: to (-instruct, I cor ration is to lie exempt irom nil build, pur -base, r nt. - w n and op-.-rate ! Corpora U (If-bts. el ctrie and ether plnnrs for th" pro- 3 Witnes-i Whereof, w? have li?re-dui-tion ,if power and light and the . unto set -our hands 'and reals this necessary w ire lin-s or oilier mans- sixth day of Oetob, r. A. I)., l!)'i. for the ti-.insmi-sion of light and powei- EDW A UD P.. MARSH, fseal gen-rated f .r its eovn use or f .r the ! GEO. S. WVMAN. I sea'.) sale f said p wer and !Uht th. rs: ; E. S. G.TCH. Is ail to construe'., buil I. pt.rchase, lease. I M. A. LATHROP. se-all own and opera;, w i : and other train- w a;- r railways t-i h- peiate.l by steam or oi'.e-r power and also st- am- boats an.l other v.-ss. Is for the trans- portati m and omn van - of its own mini rais. nieiais. si-cos. m il l, clays, or eth r property and fi-igM for h 'vn es and opei. pur' r n . Ii-.is -. or a '.iiir - r al f sfit- and own n,omv,.ani, f Ma-ssachuse tts. pers mal tbe s un -, and s: II sc h lic tlon- ,.f it ! J. appeared I-hlward R. Marsh, Ge use as it may not rpsjehv t thers: to lay j Wyman. S. Gatch and M . A out towns anl s 1! and oisp'se of lot - ja; n i.-:1,,wn to me to be the p: r-th.- i- in and latpr.-v to - s :: : m ir. - ' Bonit u-hos.- names v-.ro sunser.be 1 to th gage its i-- .il an 1 p.'-rs i' property and is-u. lion is tii.-i-eund -r and do all tilings pcrmissahte 1: . Hi-- laws under which this ( ipanv is incorporated. The pi-jierty or procrtieS aforesaid usmess Celluioi.i Starch, 2 yk 25C Ko t a- d (' t . d Beef, 2 c ns.25C Sc-liillinaV liking Powder, 1 n 1 lb. can ... 40C Sell 1 1 1 ing's Baking Powder, i lb. cane 20C o 1 b. can Bakins Powder.... I .()0 10 lb. Sal;, 1 sack I 5C M-u..... i: o v. o : v. . II ' (. HCilL UltlUll, - UUAO.i JV. 1 Kit Mackerel $1.20 ..90C ...30C . G5C .) (mi. Kesr Tickles SI oo above enumerated may ba performed in the Territory of Arizona, in any o'.her territory or in any stat." of the t'nited States or in any foreign coun- try. ! Third: That the principal place of ' busin- ss of said c ::-porat;on ?ha.!l be at Phoenix. Arinonj. and rile places out side of said teriitory where it may keep its otiife-s and transact its busi n ss are Roston, Comr ion weal: h of I Mas a.-'.iusctts. and other places in the T'nited Slat s and Kurope th- ; E;u".p .aa if specilieally s. t forth in this certificate. Fourth: That th .amount of eapi.al Eto.-k authorized is oae milii.in. live hundred Thousand doliar--. and the number of shares intj which it is di vided is -inv million, live hundre i. thou- j ,.f ,-n ,.a,. va!;1;, doliar each, which amount is to be pai-J in rial and persoira-l prop rty, i-o;iLrac;s. areemenis. machinery. lal.ir. mer fhan lis.-. ma'nials and cash upon the issue and delivery of said stock from time to lime or otherwise in the dis,- j tr ;:1n o;- la. board of direct us. ! Fifih: That the lime of coinmenep- nierA of said corp., ration ,u.. (,f October, on- rh is the sixth jus.and n'ne 1 five. fixth: That the oflK-trs of said ,r j roration to condu-1; its affairs shall I consist of a b-rard of dire. -tors co:n- posed f seven niemb. is to b,- elect- d at a general me-, ting of the sto.-kl-iohl-; ers upon the filing of this cirtlli : t . i of ii::-orp oration. They shall hold e.flice f. v-ar or until the are eK-i-r.-il. Th" dii .f'l.u',-; will !r.-t i fr m anions' thir miniher a iirs iK-n t . t will alM) ch't-t a Ptrn-lary atul rnc.i "ln '' "mT " !,t a-" tlll-v m;l-v 'n quire, who need not be rii rectors. ! S.ven'.h: That the highest amount AVilness- Ulanrtia Irene Brack, tt. CLas. Hail Adams- Commonwealth r.2 ssachusetts. County of Suffolk. City of P.os'.on, ss. j On this nth day of Octobn- A. I 1 :,c-,. .fore me. Charles Hall Adams, a i (..mnilssl.incr of d. eds of the Terri ory of Arizona, resi-'l in th-:- e.n- roe, going instrument, and ackniwl- edged to me- that th. y execute I the same for the purposes and considera tions t'lv.riin expressed. Given tmihr my hand nJ cfilciul seal this sixth (lay of October, A. 13., 1900. seal CHAS. HALL ADAMS, Corr.issioner of Deeds of the--Territory of Arizona. (I. R. 10c.) Territory of Arizona. Coun'ty of Mari copa, ss. I. F. W. Sheridan, county recorder ia anil for the county and territory aforesaid, hereby c.rtify that I have compared the foregoing: copy with the original articles of incorpoiation filed and rFcoriod i:i my office on the 22d t'fiy of October. 19C0. in Book No. 4 of Articles of Incorporation, page . and tthat the Fame is a full, true and t-jr-reet opy of such original and of the whole th reof. Witness my hand an.l s.it of otllee this 24th day of October. 1900. Iseal F. W. SHERIDAN. County Recorder. Rv C. W. RARNETT. Deputy. ti. R. .0..'.) NOTIC.'i FOR PUBLICATION. (Homes-ad Application No. 2SU Com muted.) Department of the Interior. Land Oliice at Tucson. Arizona. October 2.1. 11100. No'ice is hereby given that the fol lowing nam d s ttler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and r.hat said proof will be made before the clerk of the district court of Phoenix. Arizona, op Thursday. November 29, I'.iOO. viz.: George P.dl r of Rucksye, Arizona, for th.- N. 11.. S. K. '4. J5. W. l. N. E.'i and N. K. M. S. TV U. Sec. 2. T. 1 S.. R. 3 W.. CI. & 5?. R. B. & M. He names the following winesses to pi'jve his continuous residence upon and cuitivation of said land, viz.: Charles L. Phippeny. Oliver L. Phip-P-ny, William R. R loat anl Isaac McC. Collins, all of Buckeye, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. Firs: publieation October 2S, 1900. Ofiice of Bnard of Supervisors, Mari copa County, Arizona Territory, Phoenix. Octo'oer 18. 19(K). Board met pursuant to adjournment. Pr sent. J. T. Pri st, J. A.Marshall and J. It. S'orton, members, and J. Gray, clerk. Pursuant to provisions of Section 29, of Act No. 61 of the laws of the Six teenth Legislative Assembly of Ari zona, tile lohowingr resolution was adopted on motion and by full vote of th. board: Resolved. That the following; named places be designated as the polling places for the general elee-ti.ra to be held o:i Tu sday, the Cth day of No vember, 1900, and that the following na-meU- persons be and are hereby ap pointed to conduct said election at said polling places, said appointments are made at the request of th; republican and demovra.ic central committees: 1. East Phoenix precinct No. 1, First ward. Polling place, Center and Wash ington, Goldman's old cjrn r Inspect or. Georg V. Rrown: judge. M. J. Gal phi; judge, W. R. Lount; clerk. C B. Christy: clerk, W. TV. Cunningham; clerk. W. V. Edwards; cl-;rk, James Kay; mar.hal, . 2. West Phoenix No. 1. Second ward. Polling place. WinUrs building. Adams str. et Inspector, J. D. Monition: judge, C. M. Frazier; judge, T. E. Dalton; clerk, George Grosvenor: clerk, J. C. H. Boone: c! rk, S. P. Hocfer; clerk. J. B. Alexan.l r; marshal, . 3. West Phoenix No. 2. Third ward. Polling place, old opera bouse. Center street Inspector. H. R. Tritle; judge, John L. Burrows; judge, R. A. Fickas; clerk, J. E. Boyd; cl.rk. J. T. Dti'iiap: clerk. G. W. Cariis'.c- clerk. Gairelt Schubr: marshal, C. S. Blaim.-. 4. East Phoenix No. 2. Fourth ward. PoilOr.g place, Comm.reial hotel In spector. J. W. Flakes: judge, C. M. Sturgis; ju Ig . N. A. SaneKrs; clerk, George Kiikland; clerk. Frank Luke: clerk. Clay Leonard; clerk, John Hall; marshal, . 5. Tempe precinct. Polling place. Curry building Inspector. Z. A. Har ris; judge. J. P.. Mullen: judg , Curt W. Mill-.-r: clerk, Walter Piokrell; clerk. Charles Woolf: eK rk, Joe Rirchett; clerk. .1. J. Hodnett; marshal, B. J. Steblik. C. Mesa precinct. Polling place, Pomeroy building Inspector, W. M. Nwvll: judge, fc'am Eld-r; judge, W. J. LeBaron; clerk, David Falconer; clerk, George Q. Woolf; clerk, J. G. Peterson; clerk, W. E. Pomeroy; marshal, . 7. Alma precinct. Polling place at school house Ins-pee tor. J. F. Brad bury; judge, W. W. Dobsmi: judge, Joseph Stewart; clerk, Willia,m Rowtn; clerk. J. U. Loper; marshal, J. F. Martin. 8. Lehi precinct. Polling place at school house InsjK-ctor. H. Simkins; judge, A. A. Wood; judge, W. H. Se ver: clerk. Ben Noble: clerk, Frank IRavis: marshal, . 9. McDowell precinct. Polling place at school house Inspector, B. F. Cop pie; judge. Clay Blackf rd; judge, James A. Ik-t.'ann: clerk. Flank Phil lips: clerk, Jeff Adams; marshal. . PL Verde preeinct. Polling- place. W. P. S. ar's house Inspector. James K- ating: .Hid?: judge. W. P. Sears; clerk, ('. Cavaness; clerk. ; marshal. . 11. Scotsda'e precinct, polling place, at school house Inspect1.):-. H. I,. l"n (i rhill: judg:-, Wintb.k! PVctt: judg:-. C. H. Ruing: clerk. Arthur Diehl; clerk. J. L. Davis; marshal. . 12. Johnstone precinct. Polling place at school h juse Inspector. J. A. Wei.ier: judge, Charles Smitbline: judge, W. M. Bacon: clerk. M. Flynn; clerk. J. L. Blaine; marshal. D. L. Sturgiss. lo. Peoria precinct. Polling place ut Hatch's building Inspector, R. C. ' Tuckey; judge, W. T. Hanna; judge,' Fred Woolsey; clerk, G. W. Walter; clerk, Henry Jennings; marshal, W. H. Rartlett. 14. Alhambra precinct. Polling place at blacksmith shop Inspector, Jim Mc-Ginnis: judge. Levi Burger; judge, N. P. Sharp; clerk, A. F. Ny;: clerk, G. R. Brewster: marshal, D. T. R;ak sicker. 15. Olendale precinct. Polling place, Messlnger's building Inspector, W. H. Longe: judge. S. C. Symotids; judge, E. G. Hewkins; clerk, J. F. Leahman; cl. rk, P. R. Bubney; marshal, R. J. List. IG. Cartwright precinct. polls at school house Inspector, C. C. Green; judge, R. J. Cartwright; judge, H. H. Wilky, Jr.: clerk. W. M. Rick-tts; clerk, C. G. Coy: marshal, . IT. Orrr.e precinct. Polling place at Orme school house Inspector, W. H. Brown: judge, IRnry Lutgerding: judge, Hosea Greenhaw; clerk. Charles P. ndergast; clerk, ; marshal, IS. Buckeye precinct. Polling, place, at Kell's stor: Inspector, H. E. K.ll; judge. J. S. Day: judge, Newt" Clan ton: clerk, Raul Jones; clerk, Ellis Willc-ox: marshal, . 10. Arlington precinct Inspector, W. H. Taylor: judge, S. E. Chapln; judg;, M. E. Clanton; clerk, Waiter Cocke; clerk, : marshal, . 20. Agua Cali- nte precinct. Polling plfce at Frank Baxter's snore In spector. Ottb Thorman; Judge, ; judyje, Frank Baxter; clerk; J. D. Jamen; clerk. ; marshal, . 21. Gila. Bend precinct. Polling place at cchool house Inspector, C. J. Schenck; judge, C. H. Willard: judge, F. D. Welcome; clerk, S. L. Coombs; clerk. D. E. Wintermute; marshal, . 22. Phoenix Mine precinct Inspect or, ; judge, ; , judge, C. E. Philen; clerk, -; clerk, D. M. Fleming; marshal, . 23. Wickenhurg precinct. Polling place r.t Cowell's Inspector, J. J. Flemming; judge, Henry Cowell; judge, J. K. Murphy; clerk, Manuel Garcia; clerk, H. B. Davenport; marshal, C. E. Goddard. 24. Morristown precinct. Polling place at Cox's store Inspector, J. Q. Adams; judge, J. W. Archibald; judge, Frank McKean; cleric, C. J. Kimball; clerk, H. N. Crx; marshal, Jerry Stowt. 25. Meridian pre-tinct.' Polling place at school house Inspector, E. K. Btiker; judge, Fr;d Babby; Judge, C. P. Leiteh; clerk, Guy McCord; cUrk, James Gils-on; marshal Carlo Hi- guero. 25. Riverside precinct. Polling place I at Mesquite school house Inspector, H. Van Fossen: judg;-, H. E. Slossr; 'judge, J. T. Hughes; cLrk, Jamts Hall; clerk, J. B. Hoover; marshal, . . 27. Cram Mountain precinct In spector. W. Farrlsh; judge., Frank Bernard; judge, W, G. Gates; clerk, W. T. Linville; clerk, W. Dier; marshal. 2S. Cave Creek. Polling place at postoflice building Inspector, E. P. McCvvnnaek; judge, .Samuel Taylor; judg , R. D. Crawforih: clerk, W. R. Lockwood; clerk, Elmer Harris; mar shal. . 29. New River precinct Inspector, : judge. Joe Dobson; Judffe, ; clerk. John Doolittle: clerk. ; marshal. . Board adjourned to meet Monday, October 22, 1900. J. T. PRIEST, J. GRAY. Chairman. Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Herman H. Campbell, De ceased. 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 mon-ths after the first publication of this notice to th said administrator, C. J. Hall, at the Phoenix National bank, Phoei.ix, Ari zona, the same being the pltue for the transaction of r.he business of said es tate I" 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, 1900. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. Notice is h.reby given that the an nual meeting of ehe stockholders of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railway company will be held at the office of the company in the City of Prescott, Territory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the 21st day of November, 1900, 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 meeting. Books 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, 1900. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY, F. J. SARMIENTO. President. Assistant Secretary. PROCLAMATION OF ELECTION. Teriitory of Arizona, Executive Department. WHERHAS. Under an pet of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory, entitled "Elections," and approved March 8, 1SS7, it is provided that there shall be held throughout the Territory upon the Tuesday after the first Mon day in November. A. D., 1SS8, 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 WHEREA. It is lurther provided in said act that at least thirty days be fore each general election t.ie 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 Super is ors of the counties in which such elec tions are to be held; sueh 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 the duny enjoined upon me. do hereby orVr a general election ta be held on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November, A. D., 1900, and the offices to be filled at such election I do hereby designate to be as follows, to-wit: One Delegate to the Fifty-seventh congress of the Vnited Suites. Twelve members of the Council of the Legislative Assembly of Arizona, and twenty-four members of the House of Representatives of the Legislative Assembly of Arizona. apportioned agreeably to existing laws as follows: Apache county, one member 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 council and three members of the House of Representatives; Gila coun ty, one member of the council and one member of the House of Representa tives; Graham county, one member of the Council and two members of the House of Representatives; Maricopa county, one member of the Council and four members of the House of repre sentatives; Mohave county, one mem ber of the Council and one member of the House of Representatives; Navajo county, one memlxr of the Council and one member of the House of Repre sentatives; Pima M.-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 f 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 member of the House of Representa tives; Yavapai county, one member of the Council and three members of the House of Representatives; Yuma county, one member of the council and one member of the House of Repre sentatives. And there shall be elected ln each county of the territory, one probate Judge, one District Attorney, one Sher iff, one Treasurer, one Recorder, one Surveyor, two members of the Board of Supervisors, except that in the county of Cochise there shall be elect ed three members of the Board of Su pervisors, and in the county of Santa Cruz there shall be elected three mem bers of the Board of Supervisors, and In each county of he first class and in each county of the second class, one Assessor shall be elected; aleo in the several 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 it wo 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 of fifty dollars Cor the arrest and con viction of any and every person vio lating any of the provisions of Titla IV, Part 1 of the Penal Code. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto sea my hand and caused the Great Seal of the Territory to be here seal unto affixed. Done at Phoenix, the Capital, this 27th day of September, A. D, 1900. By the Governor. NATHAN O. MURPHY. CHARLES H. AKERS, Secretary of the Territory. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. Notice is hereby 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 21st day of November, 1900, at twelve o'clock, noon, of said day, for the pur pose of electing a board of directors fur 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 closed until November 27, 1909. Dated at Prescott, Arizona, this 17th day of October, 1900. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY. F. J. SARMIENTO, Fresident. Assistant Secretary. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING The reimlHr annual meeting' of the tm-k-hol lers of tli Sail River Valley Canal t'rnn punv will he held WcancKlay. the 17th day of Octolicr, I'.KMI. at the hour of o'clock p. id., at the ollie-c of the Company. in fhoenix. Arizona, to elect tbrwe Truteen for the cnsuini; year, and to tranuart Kuril other busineM aa may lawfullv come tiefnre said mwfitip. THO-i. W. PEMBKKTON, Trea. WM. B. CLEARV, Sex'". Phoenix. Ariz.. Oct. nth. 19U0 First Publication ia the Arizona Kcpub iaan Oct. 9, l'JUO. The annual toekhoMer' irotinc lia been tiostiioned till Saturday, Nov in li, t JoVlock p. m. . Wm. B. CLEaR, Sec . STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINO. The rrzular annual mesiins of the stnrk lioldeisof t"e rd fanal Company wid be held Wcduesi'luy, the 17th (lay of cwtolxr. ls(. at tlie hour of i o'clock n. in., at tha office of the ConipHiiv. in l'honix. ArUona. t leet three Hircclori' for l tic ensiiiuK year, and Ut transact sueh other Imatneaa at may lawful! come before "ii mceiinfr TIIOS W. I'EMBERTOM, Pres. WM. B CLKARV.Sec y. Phocnii, Arizoma, Ort. jtth. 1900. Kirst publication In the Arizona Republican Oct. 9, 19U). Tbr annual stockholders' meeting haa it-n jMistuoued till Snmrda , Nov. loth, at -o'clock p.m. Wm. B.CUARY.Soc'y. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING The reeular annual meeting of the Stock holder of the Mricop Canal C'ompanT will held WcdncFilay. the lTth aayof October at t tic hour of J o'moek p. m., at the office of tie company, in Phoenix, Armona. to ele.it three llireetors for the cnauing yiwr. and lo transact such other l.imnc-a as may lawfully come before aaid meeting THUS W. PIMRKRTOT. Trca. WM. R CI.EABY. tcc v. Thoenix. Arizona. Oct.Sth. 1UH1. First publication in the Aruona Republican, Oct. 9, 1900 The annual stockholders' meeting ban been postponed till Saturday, Not. loth. at '2 o'clock y.m, . Wh. B. CLKARV, Sev'r.