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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, '. OCTOBER 16, 1901.
MEUT on on, Ma Mpnt. ee-ftJ Wer. nzas VT-TE8 OF THE iJETlNQS OF HE BOAKU ur i.un inwu ARIZONA. HEU5 DURING THE MONTH OF SEP TEMBER, 1901. Office of the Board of Control. Phoenix, Aris., Sept. 3. 1901. hf board met t 10 o'clock b. m. Bennltt. secretary. he follow nil i ..... approved ror pajmrai f""""' in Art No. 19. laws of 1895: r Lane, salary. clerk Board August. J901 .$75.00 M Sturges c v u., j 4.00 he regular mommy nmuis num i" ritorial Insane asylum ior salaries I 9Upplle8 ror me nuraui ii were careruiiy eAaimuKu uu.. .h eJ fur payment from the Insane lum funn. as on.... rfr W H. Ward, superin tendent 200.01 j R Kelly, steward 100. 0l Ally K. Ward, matron 4I".00 O Coodman. day attendant 40.00 p' f Morris, day attendant 40.00 Fred Unit, day attendant.. 40.00 p T Thompson, day at testant -ft0 r. E. Plath. day attendant. 40.00 D. c;. Baker, night attend ant Nellie Beggs. day attendant Ida M. Hawkins, aay at tendant Mrs. Thoa. White. - first rook. W days night attend ant J. H. Klrkland, outside at tendant H. T. HaWKlna. dining hall attendant Thos. White, econd coo and baker Jones Charlie, htundrymatv 10 days, first rook II days.. Minnie E. Ward, waitress, superintendent James Farley, 'Walter, em ployees j E. OourJey. farmer....... 40.00 40.00 i3.ti 40.no o.oo 60.00 48.TT 5.00 10.. 10 40. W 40.00 John Schlalos. gardener Hoy Bowyer, engineer W.OO A. D. Cole, carpenter 40.no 40. ng JS.H0 40.01 JQ.00 10.M M. T. Brown, dairyman.... 4 Ge Him Tom. laundryman.. T. J. Shearin. stableman.... W. F. Newbanka. Irrigator. Talbot & Hubbard, time check of Ida t'louse l,t4.ll ST'PPLIES. J. W. DorrlH. provisions.". ..t WS.T? P. T. Hurley, meat .. IS4.46 Phoenix Flour Mills, flour.. 151.50 Buxton efc Co.. vegetables... t.0 phoenix Wood and Coal Co.. fuel 181.1)7 p. Minor. Ice A. F. Messinger. assignee. lumber H. Goodman, drugs M. Gold water A Bros., dry goods ...... Goldberg Bro., clothing..:. H. A. Dlehl Shoe Co., shoes 52 89. ul 17.83 44 5j 37.nl 28 to s7;s7 if Talbot St. Hubbard, supplies 13 D. H. Burtis, supplies it J. A. Marshall.-supplies..-.'. 15 R. Velarde, supplies It B. Heyman Furniture Co, supplies 17 H. H. McNeil Co.. supplies.. 18 Sunset Telephone Co., tele phone rent 19 Dr. W. H. Ward, supplies.. 20 X. Porter Harness Co., sup plies . . .' 10. 0J 9.9.1 6.T. 18.95 21.CS 6.00 20. M K.05 Jl.434.67 month of Au- Jl,245.11 month of . Au- 1,434.67 Total salaries. gust, 1901 ... Total supplies, gust, 1901 ... Total expense, month of Au gust. 1901 J2,rt0.78 The following claims were examined and Approved for payment from the Insane asylum fund, as provided for In Act No. 62. laws of 1901: 1 M. L. Duffy, horses .....J400.00 2 Lawrence & Clark Vehicle Co. 'wasron and harness 124. '.0 5 Talbot Hubbard, supplies.. 36. 01 Total improvements for August. 1901 ...... J560.50 The following claims were examined and approved for payment from the Capitol Building fund, as provided for In Act No. So. approved March 9. 1901: A. o. Stark, salary and expense as Janitor Capitol build-lng. month of August, 1901 J 76.00 G. H. Smith, care of tapitol grounds and supplies for same, month of August. 1901 143.51 Talbot & Hubbard, supplies, capitol building and grounds. 44.78 Phoenix Light and Fuel Co.. electric sert'ice. Jury and August 66.56 Dorrls Bros., supplies 9.90 Scovllle Plumbing Co., repairs. 5.20 Phoenix Water Co., water for month of June. 1901 15.13 Frsnk H. Parker, services ren tiered capitol grounds and building commission 100.00 L. E. Hewins. Insurance, cap itol building 200VK) Welrlck 4k Latham, Insurance, capitol building 220.00 T. K. Dalton, insurance, cap itol building 100.00 J. A. Kurtz, Insurance, capitol building 80.00 ' 11,061. 4S There being no further business the board adjourned. Attest: E. J. BENNITT. Secretary. Office of the Board of Control. Phoenix. Ariz., Sept. 4, 1901. The board met at 10 o'clock a. m. Prerent: O. W. Vlckers, member, and E. J. Bennttt. secretary. The reports and accounts from th territorial prison were received by the beard. The reports from ' prison officials were read and ordered placed on fil". The prison claims for the month ending August 31. 1901. after careful consideration, were approved for pay ment from the general fund, as pro vided for In Act No. 22, approved March 2. 1901. as follows: . . SUPPLIES. No of Voucher. I E. F. Sanguinettl. general supplies S 2 Yuma Lumber Co., supplies 979.63 186, 8 ( r. T . Hurley, supplies A. Modestl, supplies..".!!!." 18!ooJ H. Brown. Supt.. sundries.. 294. "S Yuma Water and Light Co., supplies 230.65 F. Q. Blalsdell. telephone rent .59 Hodges and Nelthart, meat 367.90 J2.158.22 SALARIES. Herbert Brown. superin tendent $ 250.OO E. F. Sangulnettl, assigned account of I. P. Smith, as sistant superintendent 125.00 H. S. Leaughltn. secretary and bookkeeper 125.00 I. N. Moller, physietlan 125.IVJ J. M. Mollno, assigned ac count of 'M. O. Archibald, yardmaster 115.00 Juan Zavala, guard 100.00 'A. Imperial, guard 100.00 J. H. tiraham, guard 100.00 J. M. Clark, guard 100.00 O. M. Williams, guard 100.00 T. D. Molloy. guard 100. 00 10 11 I. N. Bell, guard 100.05 W. H. Buck, guard H. O. Cooper, erilnrd I. J. Ryan, guard C F. Alnsworth, guard W. A. tiondurant, Hiinrd. . . . A. J. Moore, guard Proctor, ga-ard TT. Wilder, guard C. C. Ramirez. agunrtl D. Dp La Ossa. guard C Leroy, guard K. F. Sangulnettl, assigned account of J. Martinez. guard Henry Nelthart. guard 4$ 40 100. Oil so. oi SO.) 3 80.11'J 80.00 80.110 77.58 80.00 80.03 75.00 39.10 43.90 33 J2.3S4.S4 Total salaries, month of Aug- Uft, 1901 .J2.384.S4 Total supplies, ust, 1901 month of Aus 2.158. ?2 Total expenditures, month of August. 1U01 J4.543.06 The financial report of the superin tendent of the prison for the month of August, 1901. Is as follows: Total earnings from all sources. 10,13.05; average confinement of pris oners, 265; gross per capita cost was 117.14, ' tne sross per capita per diem cost was B5.3 cents. The net ex pense for the month was J3.911.01, and the net daily per capita cost was 47.5 cents There being no further business the board adjourned Attest; E. J. BENNITT. Secretary. ' Office of the Board of Control. Phoenix. Ariz.. Sept. 26. 1901. The board met at 10 o'clock a. m. i Present; O. W. Vlckers. member, and ' K. J. Bennltt. secretary. j In accordance with the published notice the board received bids for fur- ' nlshlng supplies to the territorial in sane asylum for the quarter beginning October 1, 1901. and ending December . 31. 1901. The bids were opened in the pres ence cf a number of the bidders. Bids were received from J. W. Dorrls. Milton-Berryman Mercantile Co.. I. T. Hurley. S. J. Trlbolet. A. Weller. I Phoenix Wood and Coai Co.. M. Gul.l- water & Hros.. The Alkire Company, itiuldberg Bros, H. A. Diehl Shoe Co., Phoenix Flour Mills, and the Capitol ; Mills. After listing all the bids in the nil book and comparing the same, the hoard decided to award the contracts for rupi lies to the following named parties, they being the best and lowest bidders: Provisions and sundries to J. W. Dor ris. Meat to P. T. Hurley. Wood to Phoenix Wood and Coal Co. Flour to phoenix Flour Mills. Dry goods and clothing to M. Oold water & Bros.. The Alkire Company and Goldberg Bros. Shoes to H. A. Dlehl Stloe Co. There belnpr no further business the board adjourned. Attest: E. J. BENNITT. Secretary. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE "THE INTERNATIONAL CON- STRUCTION AND DEVEL OPMENT COMPANY." KNOW ALL "MEN BY THESE. PRESENTS: That we. whose hands are hereunto affixed, do hereby associ ate ourselves together for the purpose m - I n linear Of. 1IL llll III1I1K 1 V yj . I'., '."' .... laws of the Territory of Arizona, and to that end make the following state- j ment: First: The names of the corporators are: Richard Douglas. Coulter U George Lyon Herron and John Chris tian Wolfram and the name of the corporation shall be The International Construction and Development Com pany. The principal place in which the business of said corporation within the Territory of Arizona is to be trans acted is Phoenix. Maricopa County. Arizona, and the principal place of business of said corporation outside the Territory of Arizona shall be the City of Pittsburg. Pa.. In the State of Penn sylvania, or such other place as the Board of Directors may by resolution direct. Second: The general, nature of th business proposed to be transacted by this corporation Is as follows, to-wit: To purchase, lease, nond. locate "r otherwise acquire, own. exchange, sell or otherwise dispose of. pledge, mort gage, hypothecate and deal in mines, mining claims, oil lands, mineral lands, oil. gas. asphaltum. petroleum, wat.'r and water rights, and to work, mine, explore and develop the same; to do.H general real estate and mercantile bus iness: to own. handle and control let ters patent and Inventions: to borrow money and execute mortgages or deeds of trust to secure the same, and In gen eral to do all things necessary to the proper conduct of the business of this corporation in the Territory and else where, hot Inconsistent with the laws of the United States and the Territory of Arizona. ,Thlrd: The authorized amount r.f capital stock of this corporation shad be Ten Billion Dollars (JIO.000.000.000) divided Into ten billion shares of the par value of One dollar (J1.00) each. At such time as the Board of Direcfo-s may by resolution direct, said capital stock shall be paid Into this corporation either In cash or by the sale and trans fer to it of real and personal property for the uses and purposes of said cor poration In 'payment for which shares orhe capital stock of said corporation mnv toe Issued, and the capital stock so issued shall thereupon and thereby become and be fully paid up ana non assessable. Fourth: The time of the commenc ment of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of these articles of Incorporation in the office of the Sec retary of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter. Fifth: The affairs or this corpora tion shall be conducted by a Board of Three (to be Increased by Directors by law) who shall be elected annually by the stockholders of the corporation. Sixth: The highest amount of In debtedness or liability, direct or contin gent, to which this corporation is nt any time subject shall be two-thirds the amount of the capital stock. Seventh: The private property of the stockholders and Directors of this corporation shall be exempt from cor porate debts of any kind whatsoever. To Issue stock (Common and Pre ferred) Bonds, Coupon Bonds "and Scrip..' To buy. sell and manufacture Iron, steel, manganese, coke, copppr. lend, silver, lumber and other materluls and all minerals and products. Into any and all kinds of merchantable articles nnd products. To own nnd operate smelting nnd re duc tlon works and carrying on the business properly ficrtnlning to su:h works and Improvements. To establlsu and conduct hotels, re sorts and springs companies. gHS works, water works, building and lunn associations and transacting the busi ness pertaining thereto. To act as trustee, assignee, guardian, executor or receiver. To construct ships and build enrs and engines. To do a general contracting business. To acquire, own. lease, occupy, xirt or develop lands containing coal. Iron, atone, marble or other minerals oriores or oil, asphaltum or any wood lands tu other lands, to buy, sell, mine, extract and remove the same. To construct bridges, buildings, rail roads, harbors, docks, slips, elevators, water lifts, pipe lines, electric work, viaducts, acqueducts, dikes and canals and other water ways and any othef means of transportation of persons and goods, to maintain, operate and sell nnd dispose of the same except that 1h" company shall not construct or operat any railroad, tramway, turnpike r canal in the Territory of Arizona ex cept such as may lead from Its prin cipal works or place of business to some navigable stream or to some ex isting railroad, turnpike or public highway. To buy, own, lease, sell and convey the right of way upon which to con struct railroads, canals and highways. To act as and employ agents nnd other and similar occupations and busi nesses. To construct, maintain and operate telegraph and telephone lines, ferries and lines of stages. To supply light, heat and electric motor power to the public by any means. To conduct and engage in the print ing and the publishing burlness. To buy. subdivide and sell r.al prop erty In towns and cities nnd villages. To promote immigration and coloni zation. To buy. sell, construct, opernte and dispose of street railways. To buy. sell, construct, maintain ani operate dams, reservoirs, lakes, wells, flumes, laterals and other necessary appurtenances for the purpose of Irri gation, navigation, milling. minitiK, ranching, farming, stock raising and city water works. To raise, buy and sell live stock. To grow, sMl . and purchase seed-c, plants and trees for agriculture, horti culture and ornamental purposes. To grow, buy and sell fruits, vege tables, tobacco, sugar cane. &c, and to manufacture them . Into merchantable products. To buy. sell, construct, maintain ami operate mills, oil refineries, sugar mills and refineries, saw mills and lumber I machinery gins. Cotton compressors, ' Brain elevators, wharves and publl? . warehouses for the storage of all prod- - and commodities and the pu-- rhase. sal and storage of products an-1 commodities by grain clevotor and public warehouse companies and th'i loaning of money by sm h elevator and public warehouse companies. To accumulate nnd loan money and Co whatever is necessary in the? prem ises To construct and maintain stock yards and establishments for slaugh teiins. refrigerating, shipping In ro- friSeratlon, canning, curing and pack ! ' - .... , i. a .1 lull II i rl I' lr- advatlC 1 1 i B, III. iliu, .-.. n ing money oy sucn esiannsnmems un any class of live stock. To construct and maintain establish ments for the evaporating, preserving and canning of fruits, vegetables, oys ters and fish, &c. To patent, buy. sell, construct and operate refrigerated ships, cars, &c, To Improve, dredge nnd open up rivers and other water ways and con struct and operate ship cannjs and ship railways. To erect market houses and market places. To protect and preserve and propa gate fish, oysters and game. To erect and operate water owei, steam laundries, ice plants and manu factories and steam and electric plows. To engage In any other manufactur ing, mining, construction, farming, or transportation business of any kind or character on any part of the gioBe an.l to that end to acquire, hold, own and dispose of any and all property asset, stocks and bonds and rights of any and every kind in accordance with the laws of the state, territories and counties where the company may operate. To promote and take stock In manu facturing companies and corporations of all kinds. To acquire by purchase, subscription or otherwise, to guarantee and to hold or dispose of stocks, bonds, loans or any other obligations of any corpora tion or person or firm. To hold for investment or otherwise, to use, sell or dispose of any stoeki. bonds or other obligations of any such other corporation or firm :to aid in any manner any corporation whose stock, bonds or other obligations, are held or In any manner guaranteed by this com pany, and to do any other acts or things for the preservation, protection. Improvement or enhancement of the value of arty such stock, bonds or other obligations: or to do any nets or things designed for any such purpose, and, while owner of any such stock, bonds or other obligations, to exercise all the rights, powers and privileges of owner ship thereof, and to exercise any and all voting power thereon. To establish and support schools, col leges, sanitariums and benevolent, charitable and missionary societies: : promote art. literature, science ant Christianity and to elevate and ad- vance the condition of mankind throughout the world. The business or purpose of the com pany Is from time to time to do any one or more of the acts and things herein set forth. The stockholders by by-laws may di vide and separate the different opera tions and classes of business of th- company Into divisions or sections ac cording to separate locations or classes of business and'each section or kind of business or division may have nnd con tain amount and kinds or shares of stock or bonds set aside for snld sec tions especial or separate use and said stock or bonds may be used for the. promotion and development of said Bectlon or class of business, and each section, class or division Is rlrst to be liable for its own taxes. coBts and ex penses, separate from the other sec lions, classes or divisions or the gen eral company or corporation. The company may conduct its busi ness In any StaJe or Territory nnd in any foreign, country and may oxcrcNe beyond the jurisdiction of this common wealth such franchlf.es nnd powers ns may he granted to or conferred upoi the saij company by any foreign Rnv ernment. State or Municipality. Without in any particular limiting any of the objects and powers of tha corporation It Is hereby expressly de clared and provided that the corpora tion shall have power to issue bonds nnd other obligations. In payment for property, franchises or services pur chased, acquired or received or ren dered to said company or for any other object In cr about the business of this said corporation, to mortgage or pledge any stocks, bonds or other obligations or any property which may be ac quired by it to secure any bonds or stocks or other obligations by it issued or incurred, to guarantee any stock, bonds, dividends or contracts or other obligations: to make and perform any kind and description of contracts and to do nny and nil other acts and things and to exercise any nncj all other pow ers in carrying on Its business or for the purpose of attaining or furthering any of Its objects which a copartner ship or natural person could do and exercise, nnd which is or hereafter may be authorized by law. Of the total authorise capital stock one-half shall be preferred stock and one-half shall be common stock. From time to time the preferred stock and the common stock may ba Increased according to law and may be issued In such amounts and propor tions In the general company and in the different sections or divisions as shall be determined by the Board of Direct ors, subject to the consent of and the consent given In writing and filed by the holders of fifty-one per cent of the stock and as may be permitted by law. The holders of preferred stock shall be entitled to receive when and ns de clared from the surplus or net profits cf the company yearly dividends at the rate of seven per centum per annum. The dividends on the preferred stock hall he cumulative nnd shall be pay- lable before any dividends on the com mon stock shall be paid or set apart. In the event of any liquidation or dissolution or winding up (whether vol untary or involuntary) of the company, the holders of the preferred stock shall j be mtitled to be paid In full both the par amount of their shares and the un paid dividends accrued thereon, before any amount shall be paid to the hold ers of the common stock. All stock may be voted by th? owner or party to whom it has been regularly allotted and in whose name It appears on the minute book of the secrctar..' of the me; tings of the corporators or company. fnlcss authorized by votes given in nerson or bv nroxy by stockholder- holding at least fifty-one per cent of the J capital stock of the corporation and which must be represented and voted upon In person or by proxy at a meet ing specially called for that, purpose, or at an annual meeting. The Hoard of Diroctors shall not mortgage or pledge any of Its real property or any of its treasury stock or any shares of the cupital stock of any other corpo ration, but this prohibition shall not ix- construed to apply to the cxecuifon of j any purchase money, morteagc or anv other purchase, money, lien but the owners cf fifty-one per cent of tho stocls may control and instruct and may direc t the directors but it must be by written instrument signed, ac knowledged and filed and duly recorded In the minutes of a meeting of the company. In Witness Whereof, we have here unto set our hands and seals this 2nd lav of October. 1901. RICHARD DOUGLAS COULTER. (Seal.) GEORGE LYON HERRON. (Seal.) JOHN CHRISTIAN WOLFRAM. (Seal.) Attest: GEO. E. ALT It I. State of Pennsylvania, County of Allegheny-, ss. On this 2nd day of October. In th? year 1901. before me, George E. Altrl. a Notary Public in and for the state and county aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, person ally appeared Richard Douglas Coulter. George Lyon Herron. and John Chris tian Wolfram, known to me to be thej persons described In. whose names ar. subscribed to and who executed the annexed Instrument, and they acknowl edged to me that they executed the same for the purposes and considera tions therein expressed. In Witness Whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at my office In the said State and County, the day and year last above written. (Seal.) GEORGE E. ALTRI. Notary Public. My commission expires March 1:. 1905. ' Territory of Arizona, County of Mari copa, ss. I, B. F. McFall. County Recorder In and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the original Art. of Incorp. or The Inter national Constrrction and Devel. Co., filed and recorded in my office on tho 9th dav of Oct.. 1901. In Book No. 8 of Art. of Incorp. at page . and that tho same is a full, true and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof Witness n-.y hand and seal of office this 9 clay of Oct., 1901. (S-'eal.) B- F. McFALL, County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Filed in th office of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 9th day of October, A. D., 1901. nt 4 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. First publication, Oct. 11. , . -- i i FOR RENT FOR KENT Dining room and kitchen, completely furnished, in Hotel At-. wood, Tempe, Ariz. Address W. J. Kingsbury, Tempe. FOR RENT A nicely furnished six room cottage; electric lights, gas. not and cold water; centrally located. Inquire at this office. ALL parties having houses or rooms to rent will please list them with us, as we cannot fill all our orders. Arizona Bldg. Co., 218-219 Fleming block. PRIVATE BOARDING WANTED Country boarders. Mrs. Gilbert. Five miles north on Cave Creek road. ONE OR TWO boarders, suburb, one block from car llpe; quiet: no con sumptive. 1514 East Adams street . V.rANTED Three or four boarders at quiet suburban place, two blocks from car line; large rooms, home cooking, Jersey milk and cream and fresh eggs. Mrs. F. J. Hall. Fourteenth street and California, avenue. Brill's addi tion. COMFORTABLE home for the sick. First c:as board ut Lee's ranch. Inquire of J. W. Dorrls. or write P. O. box 1 .':(. COITNTKY HOARD Parties desiring a pleasant home in the country, with good home cooking, plenty of Jerse milk, fresh eggs, etc.. sunny rooms, with good accommodations for sleep ing out of doors. If desired, can find same at The Rumnry, on Grand ave., telephone 321. THE -KELSO," ' corner Third avenue and Adams; select private boarding house. In desirable part of the city: references. ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT A nice room. West Adams it. Call 129 NICELY FURNISHED front room for rent; also barn, at 520 East Adams street. FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. 491 North Fourth avenue, Wilcox House: new management. FOR RENT Two neat furnished rooms for rent. $1 per week. Inquire, Wm. Llmbrock, 214 East Washing ton street. FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms, 484 N. Third avenue. FURNISHED rooms for light house keeping. 11th and Brill on 1st street and car line. Mrs. S. P. Kennedy. FURNISHED rooms for hous2keeplng at f.00 N. Third ave. ROOMS for rent In new brick house, furnished or unfurnished; housekeep ing privilege; two blocks from car line. 12S3 E. Van Bur.-n. FOR RENT A nice front room; all convenience. Apply cor. Fifth ave. and Van Buren st. HELP WANTED WANTED A cook at the Cottage Ho tel, near M. & P. depot. WANTED At once, girl to work In family of three: small house. Mrs. Arthur Hulctt. 802 W. Jefferson. HOUSEKEEPER WANTED Experi enced: must furnish best of refer ences: nl?o. girl to do general house work. Address Box 64S. WANTED A good single horse. App!y to Dr. Stroud. driving WANTED Somebody to take charge or u runcn. enquire oi j. . . . ..a son. Buckeye Canal office. WANTED A first class furniture fit ter and furniture packer. Must be young, sober and industrious. Ad dress, with reference and salary ex pected. I SSeckendort & Co.. Tucson. WANTED A reliable nurse girl. 136 North Sixth street. MKINLEY'S LIFE By Murat Hal stead; best author: best book: bst terms; retails J1.50; will duplicate any offer on Inferior books; credit given; freight paid; outfit free. J. S. Zie-gler & Co.. Chicago. Ills. M EN Our catalogue explains how we leach barber trade In eigtit weeks. Tools donated. Positions guaran teed. Mailed free. Moler Barber College. 635 clay street. San Fran cisco. California. MANAGER WANTED Manager wanted In every large county to ap point agents for the famous "Game o'Skill" nickel slot machine for drinks or cigars; lawful everywhere, takes place of all forbidden slot machines. Rented cr so:d on easy payments. Se cure territory quick. Palmer Bl.Uard Table Wo:ks. Chicago. III. SITUATIONS "WANTED STENOGRAPHER working forenoons wishes cosltlon In afternoon. Ad dress Stenographer. 530 W. Washing ton. WANTED Office or collecting work by a young lady. Address L. F., this office. ' WANTED Tutoring In common and hifh school studies. Address Box 1194. City. WANTED Positions for four white cooks, four Japanese couks. camp cooks, miners, ranch hands, milkers, hotl help, chambermaids, etc., now re glsterod with us. The W.' A. Mac Brlde Company Employment Agency, Room 6. Monition building. Tele phone Main 2713. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Furnished houses and rooms. FOR RENT Vacant houses. . " FOR SALE Orange lands. . FOR SALE Ten-acre ranches and up wards. FOR SALE Vacant lots In most de sirable parts of the city. FOR SALE Homes on easy terms. MONEY to loan at low rates of Inter est. Insurance placed in reliable companies. Conveyancing done ac curately. Anything and everything In the real estate line. FOR SALE Three cows, one ilereford. one Durham, one Jersey. . J125 if taken this week. J. ERNEST WALKER. No. 16 South Second Avenue. Office phone 50L Residence phone 3031. , FOR SALE The Kllroy's New Pales tine Cottage; one of the cosiest cot tage homes in Phoenix; lovely largs grounds, shade trees, alfalfa, roses, gravel walks, etc. a truly, typical homo. Apply on the premises, 911 S. First ave. ARE you looking for a good invest ment? If so look at my tine brick house at 740 South Third ave, which I will sell for J2UO0, and which rents for J300 a year, rent paid In advance. Inquire of Mr. Bunslck at The Boston Store. FOR SALE . " " ....l. FOR SALE A new bottlini" plant: latest Improved carbonator; doing a "nice business; thirty two saloons to supply: will give purchaser full In structions to operate same: reason for selling is I put up the plants to sell. For particulars address F. I. Reber, Wlckenburg, A. T. FOR. SALE Cheap. Encyclopedia. Brl tannica, complet. in good condition; ScuUners' edition. Sperry Baker, Box 241. Phoenix. FOR good loads of crushed granite see E. R. Maple. PRIVATE SALE Household furni ture, steel range, stoves, dining ta bles, etc., from ten to five today, at 626 W. Washington. FOR SALE Young, gentle horse: some pieces cf furniture. 921 N. Third st. - I FOR SALE Fully equipped poultry farm, with house, good well, twenty yards. Incubators, brooder hous-?, stock of poultry and Belgian hares; a snap for some one. Box 396. city. FOR SALE A very desirable d acre ranch, suitable ror gardening anu chickens; on line of M. & P. R. R.. 314 miles east from court house; small brick houi.'c and double adobe chicken hous-e thereon; chicken yards fenced water right with place; ir rigated from first gate on' Dutch canal; price reasonable and terms ea-y. Address box 221. or call on C. Baker at ranch. FOR SALE Yellnw free-stone peaches ror canning. 3 cents per pouna. 4,0 N. Second Avenue. Chase L. Purely. FOR SALE Nice 50x135 font lot with or without good 14x18 tent house; also tent frame with tloor: good lumber; all at 853 South Second avenue. WANTED Stock range and 400 head of cattle want purchaser. Apply to N. A. Morford. room 6. Nicholson building. Phoenix. FOR SALE Hens. J4.50 to J10.00 per dozen, delivered. Golden Wing Ranch, Medio well road; telephone 3731. FOR SALE Oho) Sryear-old mule. weight l.ltiO pounds, very gentle, ride and drive. 426 West Washington. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tolls past, present and future: Ladles. 25c: gentlemen. 50 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street. WANTED Boarding pupils.' Classical school for girls, Pasadena, Cal. For particulars address P. O. Box 1476. WANTED To borrow J2.000 at 8 per cent. Answer quick. Fine security. Address Box 575. CAUTION, NOTICE All persons are hereby warned not to purchase a certain note for J400 made payable to H. C. Jensen. This note has been lost. H. C. Jensen. HAVE your upholstering done at Harper's. Furniture and carriage upholtserlng neatly done. Old mat tresses taken in exheange for new ones. 245 E. Washington street- WANTED Pupils. Private instruc tion in German, by native; also in Latin. Address P. O. Box- 1476. A FIRST-CLASS private school is open here by Prof. Owen of Healds burg College; tuition, Jl per month. Inquire 31 South First ave. WANTED People to know that we buy. sell and rent second-hand furni ture. Dorria Bros." Furniture Co. AUCTIONEER Hammond now ready for all sale engagements at the same place. 15 South First ave. STORE FIXTURES Get our prices on billiard and pool tables before buying elsewhere, sold on easy payments. Our cushions are guaranteed for twenty years, and are made by a new vulcanizing process. Old tables fit ted with our cushions are as good as new, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.' See our advertise ment of "Manager Wanted"' for law ful slot machine. Palmer Billiard Table Works. Chicago. III. LOST AND FOUND LOST Probably in city hall. Phoenix, a package containing cornet stop. Finder notify E. C. Woodmansee, Tempe. LOST Pocketbook containing notes and papers. Finder please leave at John T. Dunlap's office and receiye reward. LOST Three keys tied on a piece if elastic. Flmder please return te Republican office. PROFESSIONAL expert accountant. jTieJry'wocIdTex Tel. 3731, Phoenix, Ariz. Books ' Of account audited and systematized; mining and other investments invest igated; also aots as Incorporator and agent for Arizona corporations. Formerly Savinprs Bank Auditor. Buffalo, N. Y.. Treasurer and Man ager Cobre Grande Copper Co., Golden Wav Mining Co., etc., etc. ASSAYEK AND METALLURGIST. J. Q. A. KING. Asayer and Metallurgist. Alt kinds or laboratory teats for best reduction met hoel. Office and labora- tory.18 JJ. 2nd Ave.. Phoenix. Arizona. VETERINARY SURGEON. P. O. RICHMOND, M. D. C. Phoenix. .. Arizona. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist: diseases of all domestlo ani mals scientifically treated. Office, 35 North Center street. Residence, 637 West Van Buren street. 'Phone 1001. No charpe for consultation. Agent for the Horsa Review DR. HcftvARD RAMSAY, Veterinary Surieon and Dentist. Graduate On tario Veterinary College. Office, corner First avenue and Monroe street. Am brose Corral, Phoenix, Arizona. Tele phone 3313. TEACHER OF ELOCUTION. PROF. RICHARD BERESFOBD, Teaciher of Elocution and Oratory. Studio, 2S0 North Second avenue. My method is new and modern. Terms reasonable. Call for prices and further Information. NOTARV PPBLiq E. E. PARCOE, NOTARY PUBLIC. Conveyancing a specialty. Acknowl edgments taken. no North Center street, opposite Hotel Adams. PIANOFORTE TEACHING. MISS FANNY PECK, Teacher of Piano forte playing. Pupil of Carl Stasny of jiw cnccianu conservatory or Music r. Btxcn DC ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. J. il? Klbbey. AVrEdwartls. KIWiEY & EDWARDS. LAWYERS. 13-21 South Center street. Phoenix. Ari- sona. Ground Floor. KEEP your OS . FRIEDMAN, THE PAWNBROKER, who can help you in time of need, and you can always lind him at 41 North Center, where he is open for any fair deal, and has bargains for everyone in unredeemed pledges, such as watches, diamonds, shotguns, riders and revolvers. Arizona Loan OfTie 41 North ejuater Street. Neir Hotel Adams. FOR SALE Twenty-five Heifers Just coming In. This herd represents twenty years' ex perience in the dairy business. It Is perhaps the best business herd In the valley. Large, persistent milkers, with high per cent butter fat. Guaranteed test. No such opportunity to buy young tested cows has ever been offered in this valley. When cows are sold my farm will be for rent. Best of water privileges un der Maricopa canal. Apply to E. Kays, at Maricopa Creamery. The Model Grocery Corner Center and Adams Street. That Is Our New Location. Smith line A Gray, xroprietora Staple and Fancy Groceries for Family Trade. Telephone IM1. I The Palace i HIK.3CI1FRI.D St PERKINS ' Sj I'roprieiora pJ Imported and Domestic Wines, I Inmrs aid nitrar n- -i 17 jj Phoenix Arisons u Til ax h THE HOFFMAN tjJ The bawling Alley is cool, the P llcer Is from cnlei storage and 1 , .. Cabinet Si Cigar tore and Liquor Houses 14-1G W. Washington Street W. TMODE, Proprietor C 1