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THE ARIZONA BEPUBLICANi THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17,-1901.
r .1ATTERS or RECORD. ollowlng Instruments reported hoentx Tttl Guaranty and Ah ompany were Hie for record in j&ty recorder's office during the ' . a.W. Cotton to Stanley McCor dd to eVi. n. Mi. neli. sec 35. t, f,3 e; consideration. $1. k. txnut (sheriff) to L. B. Heard. to ft, uV4 nti, neVl, sec 35. tp S n. ; coreideration, J2.150. .i. Keard and wif to Stanley Mo ck, deed to e. n. V4. ne. sea In,,rJ e; consideration. 32.150. to E Boyle to Badger St. Gold .. deea to Mammoth- and Adrian ; cohsiaerV.icn, $10,000. . Evan (trustee) to Laura. F. urphy. deed to eH. ett. sec 30, tp 2 r 4e; consVIeraUon, SL T" I excitement incident to traveling ihange of faod and water oft?n on diarrhoea, and for this rea 0 one should leave home without . ttle of Chamberlain's Colic. Chol i and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale lavey A Hulett. ' FOR OVER FIF7Y TEARS airs. Winslow's Soothing; Syrup has bee I used for children teething- It boi tes the child, softens the gums, fell a!I pain, cures wind colic, and to - he bf st remedy for diarrhoea. fTw ity-nve cents a bottle. t OB' WARRANTS ISSUED BT '. HE TERRITORIAL, AUDITOR DURING THE MONTH OF SEP TEMBER, 1901. ' . GUNERAL. FUND. Act No. 89, (Apprpriation Hill) Litws , of 1901. 54t ' 3 O. W. Vlckers, salary. 4 . territorial auditor, Aug f u.t. 1901 flltt.01 (543 j, 3 E. J. Bennitt. salary. Citisen Member, Board t AUKllSt. 1901 i 544 r. 3 T. W. Pemberton. Balary. 9 tprHtnriAl IrMmiivr. 150 00 month of August. 1901.. 645 ' 3 C. F. Alnsworth. salary . - and expense, attorney general, month of Aug ust, 1901 3 F. D. Lane, extra cleric hire, auditor's office, month of August, 1901.. 3 Sunset Telephone ' Co., rent of telephones in governor's and auditor's office, month of Septem ber. 1901. ...4. 3 Sims Ely. salary, private secretary to the gover nor, month of August 1901... S Ar:zorm Publishing Co., printing, auditor's office iqo.oo 1 9.50 (53 LOO 20.00 655 I I. T. Stoddard, salary. '. territorial librarian. ' month of August. 1901.. EO.OO C6t 3 Wm. English, raJary . assistant secretary of -' Arisona. from August 20 -J to September 1. 1901.... 38.70 .(10 20 Arizona Publishing Co., ' .," expenses, governor's of fice, printing 18.00 Ell 20 Hartwell & Hamaker-. expenses governor's of ..' flee ... 15.50 12 20 H." H. McNeil Co.. ex penses itdvernor'S office. 35.70 61."! 23 'Sims - Ely. - expenses. - srovernor'a. office...:. .. .. 36.62 -j. , GENERAL FUND.' Act No. t. Laws of 1897. 659 . 3 L. B. Cannon, per diem and mileage as member ' Live -Stock . Sanitary Board. Sec. 1 C9.03 C60 2 Val'ey Bank - assigned ,. account of F- C. i Wright. engraving toranictstsfor Livestock . Sanitary Board, months ' : of July and August. 1901 16.00 661 3 Valley Bank, assigned' on. account of F. C 'i W'.-ighiengravlngbrand l: cuts for Live Stock San- Itary Board, August, , ', 1901. Sec. 18...: 8.00 '662 3 Arizona Publishing Co.. d ,. ' printing. Live Stock t Sanitary Board, Sec. IK 85.50 563 3 H. H. McNeil Co.. office ' supplies. Live Stork i Sanitary Board. Sec. 18 40.00 ' 564 3 H. Harrison, secretary. t office expenses of Live ' ' Stock Sanitary Board, Jum?, July and August, 1901. Sec. 18 28.50 6 3 C W. Pugh. publishing brands for 'Live Stock i Sanitary Board. July and August, 1901, Sec. 18 19.66 ? ., GENERAL FUND. I Supplies, v Territorial Prison, August. . -. 1901. i Act No. 22. Approved. March. 2, 1901. jj 566 4 E. F.Sangulnetti 1500.00 J 567 4 E. F. . Sa,nguinetti 479.63 1 568 4 Tumei -Lumber Co... 186.98 ' COB P.'T. Hurley 78.W B70 Modest! 18.00 '3 671 4 H. Brown. Supt 294.56 572 4 Tumi Water A Light I 57S 4 F. O. Blatsdell.: ' 2.M 674 4 Hodges & Neithart...... 367.90 SALARIES. TERRITORIAL PRISON, S AUGUST, . 1901. , I 575 4 Herbert Brown. Supt 250.00 I 576 4 E. F. Sangulnettl;- as I signed account of I. P. rsmun, assistant, super-. , I intendent 125.00 i 577 '"..4 H. . S. LaughUn, se.-re-t. tary and storekeeper 125.00 578 4'Lv N. Moller. pho'slclan. 579 4 J. M. Molino. assigned acoph.t of M. O. Archl- 1 bald, yardmflster I 680 4 Juan Zavala, gttard..:. 581 4 A. Imperial, guard . e 682 4 J. H. Graham, guard... f 683 4 J. M. Clark, guard i T84 4 a. M. Williams, guard., f 685 IT. D. Molloy. guard... .. I 686 4 1. N. Bell, guard i 587 4 W. H. Buck, guard 6SS 4 H. O. Cooper, guard.. j RK9 4 D.-J.' Ryan, guard I r.90 4 C. F. Alnsworth. guard. it f91 4 W. A. Bondurant. guard '' K92 4 A. J. 'Moore, guard 692 4 C PmptM- pimrl 125.00 68 115 0C 69 100.00 100.00 . 100.00 100.W 70 100.00 loooa 71 ..100.00 48.40 100.-.0 72 80.00 80.00 73 80.'I0 80.00 74 80.00 ! 77..S8 75 80.K0 80.00 75.00 76 19.90 77 if 594 . 4 It 11 Wilier piuH .'. :. 595 4 C. C. Ramirez, guard... 696 4 D. De La Ossa, guard.. KQ7 4 C. Leroy. guard 698 4 E. F. Sangulnettl. as signed account of J. Martinez, guard 4 H. 3. Neithart, guard.. GfiNERAL FUND. Paragraph 3159, R. 8. of 1901. 16 H. F. Robinson, salary 43.96 C01 adjutant general, August, 1901.. 25.00 16 II. F. Robinson, adju tant general, office ex pentes 16 Capt Geo. W. Glowner. necessary expense. Co. "I." N. 'a. A., months of May. June, and July, 1901.. 16 Capt. T. E. Pomeroy. necessary expense, Co. "E," N. G. A., months of May and June. 1901.. 16 Lieut. C. P. Borrowdale. necessary expense, Co. "C." May. 1901 16 Lieut. Or P.. Borrowdale, necessary expense. Co. "C." June. 1901 16 Lieut. C P. Borrowdale, necessary expense, Co. "C." July. 1901... 10 Lieut. C. P. Borrowdale, necessary expense. Co. "C." August, 1901 GENERAL FUND. S Harvey J. Lee, Services as secretary territorial 603 90.00 604 OO.lM 605 30.09 606 30.00 607 30.00 608 , 30.00 546 Hoard of Equalisation, Par. 2657, R. S. 1887 3 F. D. Lane, salary, clerk Board of Control, month of. August, 1901. Act No. 19, laws of 1895 20 C. F. Alnsworth, attor ney general, expenses of attorney general's office. Act 69, Sub. 3. laws of 1899 $150.00 551 i.00 609 19.50 C00 4 C. M. ' Sturges Co., board of control travel ing expepnse, team to in-anj arylum. Act. 19, Laws of 1895 pENERAL FUND. Laws of 1901. 3 C D. Poston. appropria tion for month of Aug ust. 1901. Ait No. 11. j.aws of 1901 3 Arizona Publishing Co., publishing list of war rants Issued in July, 1901.. Act No. 48 3 Arizona Publishing Co , publishing proceedings of Board of Control, ' IpoEths of Jun and July. 1901. Act. No. 41... 1 J. C. Norton, salary and mileage as territorial ve.:Tinarian, months of July and" August. 1901. Act 71, Sec. 1 3 H. Harrison, salary, sec retary Live Stock Sani tary Board, month of August, 1901, Act No. 71, Sev- 2 UNIVERSITY FUND. Act No. 50, Laws of 1899. 16 F. Yale Adams, acting president, pay roll. Aug ust. 1901 4.00 47 S5.C0 550 40.i1 C52 C4.50 S57 371.S'. 558 100.00 151 $317.50 8.65 132 153 16 W. J. Cor belt, supplies.. 16 Norton Electrical Instu- ment Co.. supplies 16 Tucson Lumber Co.. supplies 16 McMillen & Southworth, repairs.... 16 Heerman's Stationery Co., supplies NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. Act No. 44. Laws or 1897. 4 O. W. Wilson, salary. Janitor Normal School. August, 1901 6.00 154 18.22 155 92.00 156 1.6J 16S 60.00 166 4 T. G. Goodwin, ia-iltor Normal salary School, August. 1901 60.00 167 4 Valley Bank, assigned account of Tempe Hard- , ware A Supply Co.. sup plies furnished Normal School 430.20 4 G. H. Smith, labor. Nor mal School grounds' 25.10 4 Weirick & Lathom. In- s surance on Normal .School 258.09 4 J. A. Kurtz & Co.. In surance on Normal School 112.00 INSANE ASYLUM FUND. Paragraph 2483, R. S. of 1887. 3 E. J. Bennitt. secretary Board of Control, sal aries and supplies, ter ritorial Insane Asylum. '. August, 1901 -4.680.78 1G8 169 170 NORTHERN ARIZONA NORMAL SCHOOL. Paragraph 3714. R. S. of 1901. T:' E. Pollock, per diem as member Northern Arizona Normal School Board $ 1600 9 A. A. LUtton. per diem s member and secre tary Northern Arizona 51 Normal School Board... C. F. Weber & Co.. sup plies E. Papanke. salary. Jan itor. Northern Arizona Normal School, August. 1901 1 J. C. Grim, suppplles. Northern Arizona Nor 32.00 53 10.00 54 45.00 55 mal School..- 30.70 INSANE ASYLUM IMPROVEMENT FUND. Act No. 62, Sec-. 4. Laws of 1901. 8 3 M. L. Duffey. supplies. Insane Asylum, 3 Lawrence' Clark Ve hicle Co.. supplies. In sane 'Asylum. 3 Talbot A Hubbard, sup- . plies, Inrane Asylum $400.00 124.50 10 36.00 CAPITOL BUILDING FUND. Act No. 35. Approved March 9. 1901 3 A. G. Stark, salary and expense as Janitor, Aug ust, 1901..'. $ 76.00 3 Geo. H. Smith, care of rapitol grounds and sup plies for month of Aug ust, 1901 143.51 3 Talbot & Hubbard, sup plies 3 Phoenix Light and Fuel Co.. tlectrlc service, July and August, 1901.. 3 Dorris Bros., supplies capitol building- 3 Scovlllo Plumbing Co.. repairs, capitol building 3 Phoenix Water Co., wat er, month of June, 1901 3 Frank H. Parker, ser vices rendered capitol grounds and building commission 3 L. E. Hewins. insurance on capitol building 3 Weirick A Latham, in- . 44.78 66.66 8.90 5.20 15. 100.00 200.00 599 surance on capitol build ing 220 00 78 3 T. E. Dalton, Insurance - on capitol building. 100.00 79 3 J. A. Kurtz. Insurance on capitol building SO.W) TERRITORIAL SCHOOL FUND. 43 SR. L. Long, salary, su perintendent of public y instruction, month of August. 1901, Act.' 89. Subdivision 6, laws of 1901 $150.00 44 3 R. L. Long, expenses, superintendent public instruction. Paragraph 2146, R. S. of 1901 30.85 45 ' 1 H. H. McNeil Co.. print ing, superintendent pub lic Instruction. para graph 2146. R. S. of 1901 18.50 ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of the THE CONSOLIDATED ESMERALDA MINES COMPANY. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we. whose hands are hereunto affixed- do hereby asso ciate ourselves together for the pur pose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and to that end make the fol'owlng statement: First: The names of the Corpora tors are: L. C. Bell, Iona, Nevada; James A. Yerington of Carson City, Nevada: and J. Nathaniel Gardner, of New York City; J. A. Filcher, Ron Fianclsco, Cal.; Edwin S. Webster, Buffalo, N. Y. ; and the name of the Corporation shall be The Consolidated Esmeralda Mines Company. The prin cipal place In which the business of said Corporation within the Territory of Arizona is to be transacted la Phoenix, 'Maricopa County, Arizona, and the prplnclnal place of business of said Corporation outside the Territory of Arizona shall be the City of New York, in the State of New York, or such other place as the Hoaid of Di rectors may by resolution direct. Se?cnd: The general nature of ths business proposed to be transacted by this Corporation is as follows, to-wit: To purchase, lease, lond. locatf or otherwise acquire, own, exchange, "!l or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mort gage, hypothecate, and deal in mines, mtnlng claims, oil lands, mineral lands, oil, gas, asphalt um, petroleum, water and water rights, and to work, mine, explore and develop the sair.c: to do a general real estate and mer cantile business: to own. han.l'e and control letters patent and Inventions: to borrow money and execute mort gages or -deeds of trust to secure the same, and in general to do all things necesyary to the proper conduct of the business of this corporation in the ter ritory an 1 elsewhere, not inconsistent with the laws of the United States nnd the Territory of Arizona. Third: The authorized amount of capital stock of this Corporation shall 1 be One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) di- ! vlded into one hundred thousand shares : of the par value of Ten Dollars I ($10.00) each. At such time as the ' Board of Directors may by resolution direct, said capital stock shall be paid into this Corporation either in cash or I by the sale and transfer to it of i-al J or personal property for the uses.and ment for which shares of the capital stock of said corporation may be' is sued, and the capital stock so lssuad shall thereupon and thereby become and be fully -paid up and non-as.ess-able. Fourth: The time of the commence ment of this Corporation shall be the date of the filing of these Articles of Incorporation in the office of the Sec retary cf Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-nve years thereafter. Fifth: The affairs of this Corpora tion shall be conducted by a Board of Five Directors, who shall be elected an nually by the stockholders of the Cor poration. Sixth: The highest amount of in debtedness or liability, direct or con tingent, to which this Corporation is at any time subject shall be Two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000.) Seventh: The private property of the stockholders of this Corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts of any klnd whatsoever. - In Witness Whereof, we have here unto set our hands and seals this first i'.ay of October, 1901. J. A. YERINGTON. (Seal). J. NATHANIEL GARDNER. (Seal). EDWIN S. WEBSTER. (Seal). L. C. BELL. (Seal). J. A. FILCHER. (3eal). STATE OF NEW' YORK, County of Erie, SS. On this 1st day of October in the year 1901. before me. CHARLES K. ROBINSON, a notary public in and for the State and County aforesaid, re siding therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared J. A. YER INGTON, J. N. GARDNER and ED WIN 9. WEBSTER, known to me to be the persons described in, whose names are subscribed to. ana who exe cuted the annexed Instrument, and they acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purpose and considerations therein expressed. l- nilACOs Y n r. irjr . i iimt hereunto set my hand and affixed my Offlcial Seal t my office in the said State and County, the day and year last above written. CHARLES K. ROBINSON, (SEAL) Notary Public In and for Erie County. N. Y. My commission expires March 30, 1902. STATE OF NEW YORK( County of Erie. SS: On this 2d day of October. In the year 1901, before me. S. Adelbert De Lude, a Notary Public ln'and for the State and County aforesaid, resid ing therein duly commissioned and sworn. personally . appearea u BELL. lone. Nevada, and J. A. FIL cher. San Francisco.' Cal.: known to me to be the same persons described In. whose names are subscribed to. and who execuieti tne annexea instrument, and they acknowledged to me thai they executed the same for the pur poses and considerations therein ex pressed. In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and fixed my Official Seal, at my office In the State and County, the day and year last above written. (SEAL.) (Written) S. ADELBERT DE LUDE, Notary Public Niagara Coun ty, certiflcote filed In Erie Co My commission expires March 30tti, 1902. (No seal required In State of New York.) TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, County of Maricopa, SS. Ji, B. F.l McFALL. County Recorder In and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I. have compared the foregoing copy with the original Articles of In corporation of .. The Consolidated Es meralda Mines Company filed and re corded In my office on the 14th day of October. 1901, In Book No, 8. of Arti cles of Incorporation at Page and that the same is a full, true and cor rcrt copy of such original and of the whole thereof. f . Witness my hand and seal of office this 14th day of October. 1901. (SEAL). B. F. McFALL. County . Recorder. -By A. S. ARTHUR, Deputy. Filed In the office of the Secretary o? the Territory of Arizona this 14th day of October. A. D.. 1901. at 4 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. First publication Oct. 17. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of the . . . . UNITED RAILWAY. LIGHT COM PANY. KNOW ALL MEN - BY THESE PRESENTS: That e. tr. undn tinn ed, . have this 'ly v.'luni.irt'.y asso ciated ourselves together for the pur rose of forming a Corporation 'under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and do hereby certify as follows, to wit: ARTICLE I. The name of said Cor poration shall be "United Railway dc Light Company," and Its prlnclpi-.l place of transacting business shall ! at Phoenix, Maricopa County Arizona, with a branch office at the City of Philadelphia. State- of Pennsylvania, and at such other places as may be de termined by the BourJ of Directors. The names of the Incorporators of said Corporation are: II. D. Long. Philadelphia. Pa. C. E. Lent, Phildelphia, Pa. Wm. D. Marks. Philadelphia, Pa. ARTICLE II. The general nature of the different kinds of business proposed to be transacted by this Corporation Is as follows, to-wit: T. purcnase, lease, bond, or otherwise, acquire, own, exchange, sell, or otht wlso dispose, of, pledge, mortgage, hy pothecate and deal in, mines, mining claims, oil lands, mineral landi'. oil, gas. asjhaltum, petroleum, water arid water rights, and to work, mine, ex plore and develop the same. -To do a general real ewtnto and mer cantile business. To own. handle and control letters patent and Invention. To borrow money and execute mort- t gorges or deeds of trust . to secure the' same, and in general d ail thing nec essary to the proper conduct of the business of this Corporation, not In consistent with th laws of the United States and the Territory of Arizona. ARTICLE III. Among the power, cf this body corporateshall be: T. have perpetual succession : to sue and be sued by Its corporate name: to have a common seal and alter the same at pleasure: to prescribe thi mode of mak ing transfers of stock or interest of l'.a stockholders: to make ' contracts; i-j acquire and transfer property of eve.-y kind and description, both real and personal and to -possess the same pow ers In such respects as private lndiW uals now enjoy; to establish by-laws and make all rules ana regulations deemed expedient for the management of 'J s liffnirs. not Inconsistent with the laws and Constitution of the United States and the laws of the Territory of Arizona. -ARTICLE IV. The amount of the capital stock of the Corporation shall be One Million dollars ($1,000,000) divid ed Into One hundred thousand (100.000) shares of the par value of Ten dollars ($10) each, fully paid up and forever non -assessable. ARTICLE V. The time of the com mencement of this Corporation shall bi the date of the filing or these Articles of Incorporation In the office of the Secretary of Arizona, and the termina tion thereof shall be twenty -five years thereafter. ' ARTICLE VI. The affairs of this Corporation shall be conducted by a Board of Three (3) Directors, who shall be elected annually by the Stockhold ers of the Corporation. ARTICLE VII. The highest amoun. of indebtedness or liability, direct f contingent, to which this Corporation shall subject Itself af any time Is Six hundred and stxty-lx thousand dollars ($6G6.000.) ARTICLE VIII. The private proper ty of the stockholders of this Corpora tion all be exempt from all corpor ate debts. In Witness Whereof. We have here unto set our hands and seals this ninth day of October. 1901. II. D. IXNG. (Seal). C. E. LENT. (Seal). WM. D. MARKS. (Seal). STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. County of Philadelphia. SS: On this ninth 3y of October, in the year 1901 before me. FRANCIS C. ADLER. No tary .Public in and for the Stale and County aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally , appeared H. D. Long. C. E. Lent, and ' Wm. D. Marks. knoVn to me to be thj j persons described in. whose names are nuOFfrioea to, BRU w no exv.uilfu III'.- ari.-j.-xt J instrument and- they acknow- i icff- d to me tout they executed the same for the purposes and considera tions therein expressed. In Witness Whereof, I 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). FRANCIS C. ADLER. . Notary Public. My .commission expires March C. 1903. TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, County of Maricopa, SS: . I. B. F. McFALL; j County Recorder In and for the Oouujty ana J en nary uiure:u lu. iirreuj i-eroiy that I have, compared the foregoing cpy with the original Articles of I n- corporation of The United Railway & Light Company filed and recorded In my office on the 14th day of October. 1901,, In Book No. 8 of Article of In corporation at Page and that the same is a full, true and correct couv of such original arid of the whole thereof. WITNESS my hand and seal of office this 14th-day. of October. 1901. (Seal). ' B. F. McFALL. County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Fllci in the office of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 14th day of October. A. D.. 1901. at 4 p. m. . ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. Firs; publication Oct. 17. -i- : -.V o 1 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED To borrow $2,000 at 8 per cent. Answer quick. Fine security. Address Box 675. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and future: Ladles, 25c; -gentlemen, 50 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street. WANTED A good single driving horse. Apply to Dr. Stroud. WANTED Boarding pupils. Classical school for girls, Pasadena, Cal. For particulars address P. O. Box 1476. HAVE your upholstering done at Harper's. Furniture and carriage upholtsering 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 Healdn burg College: tuition, $1 per month. Inauiie corner Pierce and Third. WANTED People to know that we buy, sell and rent second-hand furni ture. Dorris 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 oitr 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. Chicaeo. 111. FOR RENT HIGHLY improved CO acre ranch, with fine residence, with every modern convenience and ' beautiful grounds; Ideal winter home for eastern family. SEVERAL choiie 80 acre tracts near town. In alfalfa, excellent for pastur ing cattle or the dairy huslness. - 4S0 ACRES in alfalfa under the Tempe canal, well fenced. Just the -place for a cattleman, and prepared to give long time lease at exceedingly low figure. :As usual. I am prepared to handle, without delay, choice loans on Im proved property, at exceedingly reason able rates. DWIGHT- B. HEARD. i Center and Adams Streets. BARBER shop for rent: 27 South Sec ond st. Call at Senate sal ion. FOR RENT Seven room brick cottage, all modern Im-provetnents. No. 3.1 JCost Polk St. x Inquire Morrell & Sons. Klllngson building, room 9. FOR RENT 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, hot and cold ' water; centrally located. Inquire at this office. ALL parties having houses or rooms to rent will please list them with us, ar Ve cannot fill all our orders. Arizona BIdg. Co.. 218-219 Fleming block. PRIVATE BOARDING GOOD table board, with or without room, reasonable; home cooking. 332 N. Fifth St. .' WANTED Country boarders. Mrs. Gilbert. Five miles north on Cave Creek road. ONE OR TWO boarders, suburb, one block from car line; quiet: no con sumptive. 1514 East Adams street . WANTED Three or four boarders at quiet suburban place, two blocks from car line: large rooms, home cooking, Jersey milk and cream and fresh eg?s. Mrs. F. J. Hall. Fourteenth street and California avenue. Brill's addi tion. - COMFORTABLE home for the sick. First class board at Lee's ranch. Inquire r.f J. W.- Dorris, or write P. O. box 13E6. COUNTUY BOARD Parties desiring a pler.sant home in the country, wl'.h good home cooking, plenty of Jersey milk, fresh eggs, etc., sunny rooms, with good accommodations for sleep- Inff out of doors. If desired, can find same at The Romnry, on Grand ave.. telephone 3321. THE "KELSO." corner Third avenue and Adams; select private boarding house, in desirable part of the city; references. RDOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT First class rooms, at The DorrisJ 32 South Second ave. FOR -RENT A nice West Adams St. Call 129 FURNISHED . ROOMS for rent. 491 North Fourth avenue, Wilcox House; new management. FOR l'.ENT Two neat furnished rooms for rent. $1 per week. Inquire, Wm. Limbrpck. 214 East Washing ton street. FOR RENT--Housekeeplng rooms, N. Third avenue.. 484 FURNISHED rooms for light house keeping. 11th and Brill 6n 1st street and car line. Mrs. S. P. Kennedy. FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping . at 600 N. Third ave. ROOMS for rent in new brick house, furnished or unfurnished: housekeep ings privilege; two blocks from car line. 1233 E. Van Buren. - . . . . REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Furnished - house and rooms. FOR RENT Vacant bouses. FOR SALE Orange lands. FOR SALE Ten-acre ranches add up wards. FOR SALE Vacant lota In moat 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 Thfee cows, one Hereford, one Durham, one Jersey. $125 if taken this week. J. ERNEST WALKER. : No. 16 South Second Avenue. Office phone 601. Residence phone S03L FOR SALE The Kilroy's New Palestine-Cottage; one of the cosiest cot tage homes in Phoenix: lovely largs grounds, shade trees, alfalfa, roses, gravel walks, etc. a truly typical home.' Apply on the premises, 911 S. First ave. ARE you looking for a good invest ment? If so look at my fine brick house at 740 South Third ave, which I will sell for M. and which rents for $300 a year, rent paid In advance. Inquire of Mr. Bunsick at The Boston Store. FOR RENT A nice front room; all conveniences. Apply cor. Fifth ave. and Van Buren st. HELP WANTED WANTED A roiik at the Cottage Ho tel, near M. & P. depot. . WANTED At once, girl to work In family of three; small house. t Mrs. Arthur. Hulett. 802 W. Jefferson. WANTED Somebody to take charge of a ranch. Enquire of J. C. Was son. Buckeye Canal office. WANTED A fl:st class furniture fit ter and furniture packer. Must be young, sober and Industrious. Ad dress, with reference and salary ex pected. L. Zeckendorf Co., Tucson. WANTED A reliable nurse girl. 13 North Sixth street. M'KINLEY'S LIFE By ' Murat Hal- stead; best author: best book; bsst terms; retails $1.50; will duplicate any offer on Inferior books; credit given; freight paid; outfit free. J. S. Ziegler & Co., Chicago, Ills. MEN Our catalogue explains how we leach barber trade In eight weeks. Tools donate!. 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'Sklll" nickel s!ot machine for drinks or cigars; lawful everywhere, takes place of all forbidden slot machines. Repted or so'.d on easy payments. Se cure territory quick. Palmer Billiard Table Works. Chicago. 111. SITUATIONS "WANTED STENOGRAPH Kit woi king forenoons wishes position in afternoon. Ad dress Stenographer, 530 W. Washing ton. WANTED Office or collecting work Address L. F.. this by a young lady, office. ' WANTED Tutoring in common and high school studies. Address Box 1194. City. WANTED Positions for four white cooks, four Japanese - cooks, camp cooks, miners, ranch hands, milkers, hottl help, chambermaids, etc., now registered' with us. The W. A. Mac Biide Comriany Employment Agency, Room 6, Monition building. Tele phone Main 2713. . FOR SALE FOR SALE A ' thoroughbred wire- haired fox terrier puppy, six weeks old. Call at 531 North Third1 avenue, after 1 o'clock p. m. FOR SALE High grade tandem, first c!a?s shape, new tires; Singer sewing machine, with attachment., first class shape. Address Box 1031 Phoenix. FOR SALE Oil and heater stoves, box mattress and other goods: no sIck-ness.- 4S4 N. Third ave. " FOR-- SALIC A new bottling plant: -latest Improved curbonator: 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. Reber, WIckenburg, A. T. FOR SALE Cheap, Encyclopedia Bri- tanntca, complo-t, in good condition: Soi'Ibners' edition. - Sperry Baker, Box 241, Phoenix. .- ' - 1 PRIVATE SALE Household . furni ture, eteel range, stoves, dining ta bles, etc.. from ten to five today. at - 526 W. Washington. FOR SALE Young, gentle horse: some pieces of furniture. 921 N. Third St. FOR Koof loads of crushed granite zee E. R. Maple. FOR SALE Nice 50x136 font lot with or wilhont good 14x1$ tent house; also tent frame with floor: good lumber; all at 853 South Second avenue. . . FOR SALE A very desirable 6 acre ranch, suitable for gardening- and chickens; on line of M. & P. R. R., ' 3 miles east from court house: small brick houoe and double adobe chicken house thereon; chicken yards fenced water right 'with place; Ir rigated -from first gate on Dutch canal;- price reasonable -and terms easy. Address box 221. or call on C. Baker at ranch. . FOR SALE FuHy equipped ponltr' 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 Yellow free-stone peaches for canning. cents per pound. . 47ii: N. Second Avenue.. Chase L. Purdy. WANTED Stock range and 400 head of cattle want purchaser. Apply to; N. A.. Morford. room 6, Nicholson building. Phoenix. FOR SALE Hens, $4.50 to $10.00 per dozen, delivered. Golden Wing Ranch, 'McDowell road; telephone .373L FOR . SALE Ones 3-year-old mule, weight 1,100 pounds, very gentle, ride and drive. 426 Weat Washington. LOST AND FOUND LOST 12 yards black silk cloth. Finder please return same to 522 N. Second avenue at once and) receive reward. . FOUND A sorrel mare. Owner In quire at this office and pay charges. LOST Probably in city hall. Phoenix, a package containing cornet atop. Finder notify E. C. Woodmansee, Tempe. LOST Three keys tied on a piece of elastlo. Finder please return to Republican office. - i PROFESSIONAL EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. J. HENRY. WODTExperrAcountantT Tel. 3731, Phoenix, Ariz. Books of account audited and systematized: ' mining and other investments Invest -- lgated; also acts as Incorporator and agent for Arizona, corporations. Formerly Savings Bank Auditor. Buffalo, N. Y., Treasurer and Man ager Cobie. Grande Copper Co., Golden Wav- Mining Co., etc., etc -AS9AYKK AND METALLURGIST. J. Q. A. KING. Assayer and Metallurgist. All kinds of lahoratory tests for best . reduction method. Office and labora tory, 18 N. 2nd Avt., Phoenix, Arizona. VETERINARY BURGEON. P. O. "RieuTlONKTiLDTanphonlxr Arizona. Veterinary Surgeon anL Dentist; diseases of all domes tio ani mals scientifically treated. Office, $5 North Center street. Residence, 687 West Van Buren street. 'Phone 1001. No charge for consultation. Agent for the HorsA Review DK. HOWARD RAMSAY. Veterinary Snrzeon and Dentist. Graduate On tario Veterinary College, office, corner First avenue and Monroe street, Am brose Corral, Phoenix, Arizona, Tele phone 3311 1 io" v TEACHER OF ELOCUTION. PROF. RICHARD BERESFORD. Teaoher of Elocutloa and Oratory. Studio, 230 North Becond avenue. My method is new and modern. Terma reasonable. Call for prices and further Information. NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E. PASCOE. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conveyancing a specialty. . Acknowl edgments taken. 110 North Canter street, opposite Hotel Adams. PIANOFORTE TEACHING." MISS FANNY PECK. Teacher of Piano forte playiner. Pupil of Carl Btasny of v N.Slxl,h,SUCOnrVat0ry MU"lC- ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. J. H. Klbbev. A. J. Eflwardsl KIBBKY & EDWARDS. LAWYERS; 19-21 South Center street. Phoenix. Ari zona. Ground Floor The Model Grocery Corner Center and '- Adams Street. That Is Our New Location. Smlthllne A Gray, roprleton Staple aod Fancy Groceries for Family Trade. - T1fnhnn 1611. 1 I s The I H : g 'Si I 2 lltRSCIIFELn & rgRKTNB l'roprietors - Imported and Domestic Wines, Llqiwsaal Cigars ... . trt Phoeuix Arisona inySS5SlSESEEESEEEEESEEES ill ITI AT THE HOFFMAN Tle bowling Alley is cool, the lieer is frsm cold titorage and Is ANHEUSER r BTJSCH 5c ill inef Cigar Store and Liquor Houses 14-1G -W. Washington Street W. THODR.