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1115 ARIZONA REPUBLICAN" r- MONDAY HORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1001. A KOTABLE EXCTTMIOH FeaiUog and Oratory in the Hart 01 XJW Waw , cananea. Sonora, Mex.. Oct. 23. .JZtlnl correspondence to The Repub-Hcanl-After eating an excellent but " ,nehat late breakfast at the Greene idence In Naco. Mr. Barnard- en ounced: "All ready for the Cananea Uroited." n"""ched n a body across the line where an engine and cax wai n readiness to carry our party to Valle Verde the present terminus of the Ca mnea railroad. Our "Conn" shouted, all aboard;" the whistle tooted and au ...... .! ..llert out of Naco. our lime " (Sonora) at ptbwi " v" "' " THE NEW RAILWAY.", .. . ,, .h standard gauge. Is well built and b.-llasted to the Valle Verde, tweu- dlmA .. . V- -Man Tnni. ...eight miles huuim .,on Tne road swings around the east ern 'end of the San Jose range, with the AJo range over to the left, ten or fifteen miles away. The country Is 0Den slightly rolling and covered wltti a luxuriant growth of black and white -rama grass. The first eight miles out It Vaio there Is a light up- grade: men to Valle Verde, twelve miles far ther on the grade Is slightly downward and two miles beyond Valle Verde sta tion the road leaves the Rio Verde valley and cuts across a Mesa which puts down from the Ajo mountains. Forty minutes run brought us to the station, where carriages awaited our arrival, sent out from Naco the day Wfore: and after the party had Ratif ied the inner man at the company's mess room the start was made for th financas. some twenty-two or twenty- five miles farther Into the interior. Shortly after leaving vane verne, tne ivniron road runs across a mesa, arm from this elevation, although a slight one. the Cananea mountain with H overing of pine timoer was in iiam- lew to the southwest. The Cannaea mountain range runs northwest and southeast, and near the southeastern end of the range, on the northern sloi a column of dense smoke couia oe ois- inctly seen, indicating the site of trie Greene Consolidated Copper company's furnaces, twenty or more miles away. After ascending to the surface or thj irst mesa, two miles southwest of Valle Verde the railroad construction en countered a succession of mesas with ntervening washes, which" put down rom the Alo mountains, and these ob structions continue until the Little Sun Pedro valley is reached, thence to the ananea mines, eight miles farther, the ailroad grade is gradually upward till t reaches the future "city of Greene. At Intervals along the line of the new oad. construction parties are busily at work closing up the gaps, and by the 1rst of nocemher. possibly a little latw i he shrill whistle of the locomotive will kreet thousands of expectant ears and ts echoes be heard for the first time in he Cananea mountains of Sonora.- - INCIDENTS EXROUTB. ' r" The carriage drive from Valle Verde o the Canancas was accomplished pro- identially without accident to either fe or limb: and nothing occurred to rtard our progress unless I except the numerous halts caused by the "con- itutional" thirst of Colonel Willis (i. larlow. The colonel .is the prince of ?uod fellows: and by design or acci- lent. most likely design, he was honor- l-d by Mr. Bernard with a seat In the ?adlng carriage along, with Governor Viabal. The medicine chest, as also did Mr. Bernard, occupied the rearmost car laze. Whether this arrangement was urely accidental or was a premeditat ed malicious design upon the part f Mr. Bernard, or an act of profound wisdom and of Judicious forethought. leponent sayeth not. but so It was. However, the colonel's constitutional malady required the medicine and umerous halts had to be made, and so hur arrival at the Cananeas was de- aved until about five In the evening: nevertheless, everybody was In excel- ont humor, and the several halts seem- d to add hilarity to the party. ' THE TWO BANQUETS. On reaching our destination we were irlven to the company's new hotel, a arge two-story brick. Here we were net by a jolly crowd of gentlemen who greeted one and all with a hearty wel- ome. in behalf of themselves and . f lie Greene Consolidated Copper com- irany. The Cananea band was out: the uoilc school children marshalled In ton ranks, in charge of two Mexican lady acners. paid their respects to the gov ernor: and the greetings over the sev fral members of the party ' were at Wgned to their respective rooms. That fame evening a grand banquet - and governor's hall was given by the com- j. in which the whole world par- iiiea.. ana the uanclng was kept P till the wee sma- hours of the morn- n. Champagne and other high class iquors and cigars wr u-i.4 with Prodigality. At the banouet. i which aSted tWO hOUrS nrt waa ava,1 4. .at wfore the dancing began, Governor 'tarael occunied the h,..i . . md Hon. Mark A. Smith did the hon ra at the opposite end. Besides the gentlemen named the folio wins quests had seats at the board: Dr. F. ; senor Gustova Torres, Sr. Fe "mlno Laalza. Kr msnt. Sr- Lie. J. j ...., '.' 'lendez. Mr. M . br- F ranclsco Chopa. Col. Willis Mrrf8?rOW- Mr Sorto case. Mr. Ed ard V. B. Him m- d b. t,. j Roht k ' . . Mifok.n V. inm,. Mr. ueo. Mitchell. Mr. Srntt 'Mt. t B Tullh. Mr. Al. Barnard and i and the least conspicuous, the wrl 'oas!. th'e chronlcle- Speeches and lec . of ,h . yJ DUt th E. MnrriseT " UC"Verea 7 incent i, evcn,n a most mag "Kent banniiBt ...... t . OIIV " onsoiiuateu Copper Panj. celebrating their first . visit .1... mines. President at the hf.ail l,A v.i 'as his ban me evening, and Th . "ol close till midnight. - w as s m as simply loaded with all "-" iat money could pur- and ?unn,any "Pared' no ex he nnit "2 thls "i"' wa" "vn in the state pen8,v! one ev("r ONE ON MARK- hs met e"Lyne ln """them Arizona p Pack vara of the biS hearted U. '"Positm" f'aW "PaCk" 18 o a l"1 hn t'h- d,occas'nay sets more There aV ' Wlne ,s red the cu . but when Tr. , "fe8 "t JovlaUty. 1 The Ben aCk" heglna to "O. " Belle of the Ball" he is then ln the patriotic stage. It goes with out saying that "Pack" and Al Ber nard are two of Smith's most enthu siastic supporters. At . the banquet "Pack" was feeling in good spirits and also aemocratlcally patriotic, it struck him to do his friend Smith a good po litical turn. With one of those win looks and a wink at Al Bernard "Pack" arose from the table and taking Ber nard by the arm ln a stage whisper said: "Here Al I want you to "help Mark in the next election: you have lots of influence here in Cananea. and I want you to give Mark a solid vote in this precinct." .. "Well. Pack." laughingly .replied Ber nard, "I'm a Smith man. and I'll speak to Governor Yzabal about the matt;;-. and perhaps he will order an election precinct established here. If that Is done we'll give Mark the solid vote from Cananea and that of the whole s'tate of Sonora shore." This satisfied 'Pack and with a triumphant smile he reseated himself at the banqu.it board. There were other smiles, too, but "Pack" heeded them not. his po litical coup de etat was accomplished and he was most serenely happy. . . PERSONAL, MENTION. Mr. Al Bernard accompanied Gover nor Yzabal and party to Hermosillo. Mr. B. F. Packard left Saturday to attend the big cattle show at Kansas City Missouri. Hon. idark A. Smith bid adieu to the : festivities at. Cananea to attend the statehood convention. . Mr. Seymour Tulloch. 'one of the di rectors of the Greene Consolidated Cop per company, has large mining inter ests in the state of Durango. Mexico. and he. too. left for that place via La redo, Texas. Col. w. P. Harlow, having completed his business affairs at the Cananea, win return to tne raqut river coun try. -The Colonel and those assoc-iatml with .him own sixteen hundred per- tinenciaa covering very valuable cop per deposits. The mines are one hun dred miles southward of the CananeiM, and his. corporation is known as the Ytoqui Copper Mining company. Mr. Edward V. B. Hoes, and bis busi ness associates, who own some six teen thousand hectares Ma hectare is two and one-fifth acres) of coal lands. near San Marcial. Sonoro, will leave here ln a day or two for the city cf Guaymas. Mr;- Scott White, ex-sheriff of Con ohise county, has been elected presi dent of tne Cobre Grande Copper com peny: nevertheless Mr. White will con tinue to hold his responsible position with the Greene Consolidated Copper company, all rumors etc., to the con trary notwithstanding. Mr. Geo. Mitchell, the metallurgical genius, is simply an Indispensable fac tor where the red metal or otner metals are being extracted f rota ores. Mr. Mitchell made a very Interesting talk before the directors, but his re marks being more or less technical . I cannot give them to your readers, and do Justice to that gentleman's speech. Volumes might be written of .mat ters'about the Cananeas: of its wonder fully rich mines; immense bodies of rich copper ores already blocked out: of Its present and prespectlve output of copper, etc.. but space will not per mit it In one short communication. . - A. F. BANT A. Yon assume hu risk wnen you . buy Chamberlain's Colic. Cho'era and Di arrhoea Remedy. Elvey St Hulett will refund your money if you are not sat isfied after using it. t is everywhere admitted to be the most successful remedy In use for bowel complaints and the only one that never fails. It Is pleasant, safe and reliable. All kinds of printing, ruling, book and magazine binding and book repair ing done satisfactorily and quickly at The Republican office. OFFICE OF THE SOUTHERN PA- clflc Railroad Company (of Arizona), San Francisco. Cal.. June 20. 1901. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Southern Pacific Railroad Com pany (of 'Arizona), for the election Of Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other busi ness as may be brought before the meeting, will be held at the office of the Company, in the City of San Fran cisco. Slate of California, on WED NESDAY, the 10th day of July. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m. ... J. I. WrLLCUTT, Secretary, Notice Is hereby given, that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment w-as duly - made to WEDNESDAY, July 24th, 1901, at .10 o'clock a.- m. J. L,. WILXiCUTT. Secretary, July 10. 1901. Notice ts nereoy given, that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to WEDNESDAY, August 7th. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the same place. . J. U WILLCUTT, Secretary. July 24, 1 SOL Notice is hereby given, that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment a duly made to WEDNESDAY, August 21st, 1901. at the same plaice and hour. J. U WlLLCUrr, Secretary. August 7th. 1901,; . Notice Is hereby given," that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to WEDNESDAY. Septem ber 4, 1901, at the nme hour and place. . J. I WIL.LCUTT. Secretary. August 21, 1901. Notice Is hereby given that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to WEDNESDAY, Septem ber 18th, 1901, at the same hour and place. " ' - J. L. W1L,LCUTT. Secretary. September 4, 1901. Notice is hereby given, that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to WEDNESDAY, October 2nd, 1901. at the same hour and place. J. L. WILIX'UTT, Secretary. ' , September ISth, 190L Notice is hereby given that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to WEDNESDAY, October 16th,. 1901, at the same hour and place. J. U WILLCUTT, Secretary. October 2, 1901. Notice is hereby given thut at the foregoing adjourned meeting an ad journment was duly made to WED NESDAY. October 80th, 190L at the same hour and place. J. Lw WILICUTT. Secretary. October 16, 1901. THE NEW NAPKINS. It .is noticeable that much . of . the autumn showing of handsome napkins has the medallion plain space" for the crest, monogram' or initial, left In the very center of the napkin. This Is thn folded under from each side, and again under from the ends, to allow the mark to form the center piece of the final fold. i - i STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the An nual meeting of the stockholders of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railw?i company will be held at the office of the company,, In fhe city of Prescott, Territory of Arizona, on Wednesday, th 20th day of November, 1901, at 12 o'clock, noon, of said day, for the pur pose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year, and for the trans action of such -other business as may properly be brought before the meeting. Books for transfer of stock will be clos ed November 9th. remaining closed un til November. 26th, 190L Dated at Prescott, Arizona, this 17th day of October, 1901. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY. President. WALLACE FA I RB AN K. Assistant Secretary. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Phoenix & Eastern Railroad company Willi be held at the office of the com pany. In the city of Prescott, Territory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the 20th day of November, 1901, at 12 o'elpck. noon, of said day, for the purpose of electing a board Tf directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly be brought before the meeting. Books for transfer of stock will be Closed No vember 9th. remaining closed until No vember 26th. 1901. Dated at Prescott. Arizona, this 17tb day of October. 1901. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY. President. WALLACE FAIRBANK. . Assistant Secretary. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION , OF THE "EL PASO-SONORA MINING COMPANY." KNOW ALL "MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, wnose hand-i are hereunto affixed, do hereby associ ate ourselves together for tile purpose of forming a corporation under th-. laws of the Territory of Arizona, ana to that end make the following state ment:- FIRST: The names of the corpora tors are Lew Gilbert. H. D. Slater, Hamilton Rayner, Michael Rotunno. Ramon Merino. Thos. C. Borden. R. W. Curtis. M. H. Kane, and the name of the corporation shall be the El Paro Sonora Mining Company. The prin cipal place in which the business of said corporation within the Territory of Arizona Is to be transacted Is Phoe nix. Maricopa County. Arizona, and thj principal place of business of said cor poration outside the Territory of Ari zona shall be the City or El Paso. In the State of Texas, or such other place as the Board of Directors may by reso lution direct. SECOND: The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted bv this corporation Is as follows, to-wit: To purchase, lease, bond., locate or otherwise acquire, own. exchange, sell. or otherwise dispose of. pledge, mort gage, hypothecate and deal itr mines. mining claims, onyx lands, oil land, mineral lands, oil. gas. asphaltum. pe troleum, water and water rights, and to work, mine, explore and develop th same: to do a general real estate and mercantile business: to own, handle and control letters patent and Inven tions: to borrow money and execute mortgages of trust to secure the same; and in general to do alt things neces sary to the proper conduct of the busi ness of this corporation ln the Territory and elsewitere, not inconsistent with the laws of the United States and the Territory of Arizona. THIRD: The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be Four Hundred and Fifty Thousan.l Dollars (450,000.00) divided Into four hundred and fifty thousand shares of the par value of one dollar ((1.00) each. At such time as tne Board of Directors may by resolution direct, said capital stock shall be paid into this corpora tion either In casn or by the sale and transfer to It of real or personal prop erty for the uses and purposes of sai l corporation, in ' payment for which shares of the capital stock of said cor poration may be Issued, and the capi tal stock so issued shall thereupon and thereby become and be fully paid up and non-assessable. FOURTH: The time of the com mencement of this corporation shall he the date of the filing of these articles of incorporation in the office of the Secretary of Arizona, and the termina tion thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter. FIFTH: The affairs of this corpora tion shall be conducted by a Board f Five (5) Directors, who shall be elected annually "ty the stockholders of the corporation. SIXTH: The highest amount of in debtedness or' liability, direct or con tingent, to which this corporation Is at any time subject shall be. Twenty Thousand Dollars (J20.000).. SEVENTH: The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debt of any kind whatsoever. In Witness Whereof: We have here unto set our hand's and seals this third day of August. 1901. LEW GILBERT. (Seal.) H. D. SLATER. (Seal.) HAMILTON RAYNER. (Seal.) MICHAEL ROTUNNO. (Seal.) - RAMON MERINO. (Seal.) THOS. C. BORDEN. (Seal.) K. W. CURTIS. (Seal.) M. H. KANE. . (Seal.) State of Texas. County of El Paso. gn. On this 6th day of September. In tho year 190L before me. James L. Marr. a notary public In and for the State and County aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, person ally appeared Lew Gilbert. H. T. Slater. Hamilton Rayner. Michael Ro tunno, I tarn on Merino. Thomas C. Bor den. R. W. Curtis. M. H. Kane, known to me to be the persons described i.i. whose names are subscribed to. ' and who executed the annexed Instrument, and they acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purposes and considerations 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.) ' JAMES L. MARR, : Notary Public, El Paso County, Texas. - My commission expires June, 1903. 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 Articles of Incorp. El Paso Sonora Mining Company, filed and re corded In my office on the 19th day of October, 1901, In Book No. 8 of Art. of Incorp. at Page , and that the same Is a full, true and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of office this 19th day of Octber. 1901. ' (Seal.) B. F. McFALL, County Rccordar. By A. 8. ARTHUR. Deputy. Filed In the office of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 19th day of October, A. D.. 1901, at 1:45 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. First publication, Oct. 26. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE ' "OHIO AND KENTUCKY OIL COMPANY." - KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, whose hands are hereunto affixed do hereby associ ate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under th laws of the Territory of Arizona, and to that end make the following state ment: First: The names of the corporators are: John D. DeWltt. Walter I.. Granger. James R. Foraker. Wm. A. Rlnckhoff and William Stevenson, and the name of the corporation shall lie Ohio and Kentucky Oil Company. Ths principal place In which the business of said corporation within the Territory of Arizona Is td be transacted Is Phoe nix, Maricopa County, Arizona, and the principal place of business of said corporation- outside the Territory .-.f Arizona, shall be the City of Franklin, n the State of Kentucky, or such other place as the Board of Directors may by resolution direct. Second: The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporation is as follows, to-wit: To purchase, lease, bond, locate o otherwise acquire, own. exchange, seil or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mort gage, hypothecate and deal in mlnesi. mining claims, oil lands, mineral lands. oil. gas. usphaltum, petroleum, water and water rights, and pipe lines, and to work, mine, explore, drill, lay and de velop the same: to do a general rent estate and mercantile business: to own, handle and control letters patent and Inventions: to- borrow money and execute mortgages or deeds of truit to secure the same: and tn general to do all things necessary to the proper conduct of the business or this corpo ration in the Territory and elsewhere. not inconsistent with the laws of th? United States and the Territory of Arizona. Third: The authorized amount of caplt it stock of . . this , corpo ration shell be one million dol Uil , (H.vco.iOO) divided into too hundred thousand shares of the par value of (5.00 each. At such time as the Board of Directors may by resolu tion direct, said capital stock shall be paid Into this corporation either In cash or by the sale and transfes lo it of real or personal property for the uses and purposes of said corporation. in payment for which shares of the capital stock of said corporation may be issued, and the capital stock so is sued shall thereupon and thereby be come and be fully paid up and non assessable. ' Fourth: The time of the commence ment or this corporation shall be the date of the filing of these articles of incorporation in the office of the Secre tary of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall . be twenty-five 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 ut any time subject shall be two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000.00). Seventh: The private property "cf the stockholders ..of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts of any kind whatsoever. In Witness Whereof. We have here unto set our hands and seals this six teenth day of October. 1901. JOHN D. DeWITT. WALTER L. GRANGER. JAMES R. FORAKER. WILLIAM STEVENSON. (Seal.) (Seal.) (Seal.) (Seal.) WILLIAM A. P.INCKHOFF. (Seal.) State of Ohio, County of Hamilton, ss. On this 16th day of October, in the year 1901, before me, J. Sagmuster, a notary public in and for the State an. I County aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, person ally appeared John D. DeWltt, Waitv L. Granger, James U. Foraker. Wm. A. Rlnckhoff. William Stevenson, knowt to me to be the persons described in. whose names are subscribed to. and who executed the annexed instrument,, and they acknowledged to me that thf.y executed the same for the ' purposes and considerations therein expressed. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at my office ln ' the said State and County, the day and year last above written. (Seal.) J. SAGMUSTER. ... Notary Public. My commission expires July 16. 1904. Territory of Arizona, County of Mari copa, ss. . .1. B. F. McFall. County Recorder in and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with tht original Articles of Incorp. of the Ohio and Kentucky Oil Co., Hied and record ed In my office on the 22nd day of Oc tober. 1901. in Book No. 8 of Art. of Incorp. at Page1 . and that the same is a full, true and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of office this 22nd day of October. 1901. (Seal.) B. F. McFALL. County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Filed in the ofilce of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 22nd day of October, A. D., 1901. at 2:30 t. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. First publication, Oct, 2G. FOR RENT FOR KENT Newly furnished four room cottage. Inquire corner Second and Buchanan street. No. 207. FOR RENT The Dorris lodging house. . furnished, Is for rent.. Inquire Dorris Bro.'s furniture store. FOR RENT Newly furnished -house four-room house with all mod ern conveniences. 825 per month. Apply 207 E. Buchanan street.. FOR RENT A' nicely furnished six room cottage; electric lights, gas, hoc and cold water; centrally located. Inquire at this office. PRIVATE BOARDING WANTED A few boarders In the country, three miles north of Five Points. W. Schorgl. COUNTRY BOARD, five miles out: pleasant location; terms reasonable. Address Box 602, City, or L. B., this office. . ' ' GOOD table board. .. with or without room, reasonable; home cooking. 427 East Polk street. BOARDERS WANTED In suburbs, two blocks from West End car line: . home cooking. Corner Jefferson and ,' No vlnger avenue. ONE OR TWO boarders, suburb, one block from car' line; quiet; no con sumptive. 1514 East Adams street - WANTED rThree. or four boarders at quiet suburban place, two blocks from car line: large rooms, home cooking, Jersey milk and cream and fresh egrs. Mrs. F. J. Hall. Fourteenth ' street and California avenue, Brill's addi tion. ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnish ed rooms. 227 East Monroe street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms; single or in suite; no consumptives taken: large lawn and shade. 629 West Adams street. ' FOR RENT Large handsomely fur- nlBhed rooms, rates reasonable. 242 East .Monroe street. " FOR RENT Unfurnished room. 209 West Adams street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms or whole house of five rooms; very reasonable; good porches: good shade. 546 West Madison street. . FURNISHED ROOMS For rent. Cor ner o Jackson street and First avenue. FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping rooms. Ranch for sale or rent. 32t East Monroe street. FOR RENT A neatly furnished front bay window room. Call (afternoon) at S31 North Third avenue. FURNISHED housekeeping rooms. also bedrooms. . 546 North Fourth avenue. FOR RENT Housekeeping or single rooms. 1233 East Van Buren street. CAPITOL HOTEL Newly furnlshel and renovated: rooms single or en suite, with housekeeping privileges; strictly first class.' J. T. Milligan, Proprietor. ': i " FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping at 500 N. Third ave. FOR RENT A nice front room; all conveniences. Apply cor. Fifth ave. and Van Buren st.-' - - - THE "KELSO," corner. Third avenue and Adams: select private boarding house, in desirable part of the city; references. HELP WANTED GIRL. WANTED To work ln factory Apply 422 West Buchanan street. Phoenix. R. L, Comfort. WANTED Young man to learn to help n printing office, 31 South First ave nue. WANTED Boy or young man to learn the electrical business. Apply W. H. Strong 19 West Adams st. WANTED Two experienced ranch hands, two cooks, four waitresses, milker, waitress. Chambermaid, three housegiiis. W. A. Mac Bride Co.. Em ployment Agency, Monition building. WANTED Immediately a first class cook for restaurant at Wickenburg. Address Wickenburg. this office. WANTED Five, firstclass brick lay ers at Bisbee. Address G. B. Wills, Bisbee. Arizona. " WANTED A nurse, middle-aged lady, for small baby. Inquire 529 East Van Buren street. HELP WANTED Young lady to travel: must be tall, pretty and well formed; no experience - necessary; -state age, height, weight,' etc.; all letters treated strictly confidentially and returned. Address Traveler. Re publican office. " ' ' ' WANTED A ranch hand: one who can milk. Address W. this office. GOOD reliable girl to do housework and cooking. Apply to northwest cor ner Monroe and Fourth Ave. WANTED A good live -man tc acre. Singer sewing machines. Ap. Mua E. Washington. -.- think ut ' p in and WANTED Somebody tOj investments, of a ranch. Bnqulre son. Buckeye Canal WANTED A re! North Sixth ght B. Heard MEN Our cl teach ba-" Tools ' CENTER Af-D ADAMS teed. I- Colli......M....-..---..-..........- . ... . . . . . . . . -.- . . . els- ' . ' REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Furnished house and rooms. ' FOR RENT Vacant houses. ' FOR SALE Orange lands. ' FOR SALEr Ten-acre ranches and up wards. FOR SALE Vacant lots in most de sirable parte 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. J. ERNEST WALKER, No. 16 South Second Avenue. Office phone 501. Residence phone S031. A BARGAIN Lot 45x245. . with . two room cottage for sale at $500. or If furnished, 8550. Inquire .Weirick & Latham. 47 .North Center street. FOR 8 ALE The Kilroy's New Pales tine Cottage: one of thecosiest cot tage homes in Phoenix; lovely largt 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 82000. and which rents for 8300 a year, rent paid In advance. Inquire of Mr. Bunslck at The Boston Store. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED By a young woman, posi tion as cashier, or to do general office work: writes plain, legible hand; will do collecting: steady worker. Ad dress Cashier, this office. WANTEL jy Virginia college grad uate, position as governess or com panion. Terms reasonable. Address A. this office. FOR SALE' PUBLIC SALE Wednesday. October 30. at 10:30 a. m.. 60 head of cattle, all good. One .mile north and half mile west of Five IPolnts. Free lunch served. Come.- John Harvard Ham monds austloneer. FOR SALE Cheap. Tent house, 1531 East Washington street. FOR SALE CHEAP folding bed. iron bed, mattresses, pillows couch and gasoline stove. 218 W. Jefferson St. FOR SALE Gentle horses for all kinds of wbrki all prices. Must be sold be fore Nov, l. 13-15 South Second St, FOR SALE A good horse. Inquire at Commercial Hotel stables. ' FOR SALE A comfortable cottage home, in the north part of the city. A . bargain f taken soon. Arizona Building Co., 218-219. Fleming block. FOR SALE Firstclass saloon prop erty in one of Yavapai county's best mining' camps.' Reason for sale: death of owner.' For particulars ad dress Box "J." Prescott, Ariz. FOR. SALE Nice 50x135 foot lot with or without good 14x18 tent house; also tent frame with floor; good lumber; all at 833 South Second avenue. FOR ,-SALE Fully equipped poultry farm, with house, good well, twenty -yards, incubators, brooder house, stock of poultry and Belgian hares; a snap for some one. Box 396, city. WANTED Stock range and 400 head of cattle want purchaser. Apply to N. A. Morford. room 6, Nicholson building. Phoenix. . . FOR SALE Sittings ef eggs. Buff and Barred and Plymouth Rock. Golden 'Wing Ranch, -McDowell road,-telephone 3731. FOR SALE-Ona 3-year-old mule, weight 1.100 pounds, very gentle, ride and drive. 426 West Washington. ' . MISCELLANEOUS WANTS MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi . enced card reader, tells past, present ahd future: Ladies. 25c; gentlemen, 50 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street. DO YOU WISHr assistance In . house cleaning? , Am a young man. healthy, strong, experienced, reliable. Can relay -carpets. Wages-, 20c. per hour. Postal brings me. F. Davis, Box 76L City. ' . WANTED Girl's . bicycle, -18-inch frame. In good condition. Address Box 691, Phoenix. LADY would like to correspond -with gentleman with ' means, to assist her . In a good paying business, c. C- Neil, Portland, Oregon. t- . WANTED Sewing by, -the day by , Miss May Mulr. Call at 123 Portland Place, at Mrs.'-Ross residence. WANTED Two unflurnlshed rooms within - five blocks of center of city. Address P. O.'Bov 324. WANTED Boardt.ig- pupils. Classical school for girlsA Pasadena. Cal. For particulars address P. O. Box 1476. WANTEDto rent a good milch cow. Box 20V" - - ' . ' ALL" kinds of printing, ruling, book and magazine binding and book re-. pairing - done satisfactorily an quickly at The Republican office. PfiriP. OVVEVS n.t?ht school I'tiUKN Monday; A(lP'r - ""-0UO- Str-tl-l.nv. Vaults nml Stf-l Snfetv r i jjraun issue! on an principal c-uiea t Hall. O. B Richmond. A. N. Gage, I Gase, T. W. IVmberton. IMW SAVIHGS BASK AND TRUST CO. i . iPHOBNIX. ARIZONA. CHARLES F. AINS WORTH, President. S. M. McCOWAN. Vice-President. R. H. GREEN K, Secretary. Authorized Capital 1100.000. Hours 9 a. m. to S p. m. Interest on deposits. No commission on loans. Hugh H. Prico. Cashier and Treas urer. Directors Charles F. Alnsworth, S. M. McCowan, Hugh 11. Price. W. C Foster, R. II. Greene. WANTED Pupils. Private Instruc tion In German, by native; also., in - Latin. ' Address P. Ov Box 1476.- W AN TED People' to know that wa . buy, sell and rent second-hand furni ture. Dorris Bros.' Furniture Co. - LOST AND FOUND FOUND .Sorrel mare between 3 and 4 years old. branded Bar A Bar on left shoulder. . If not claimed within thirty days. . will be sold at Murphy's"- ranch," . two miles west of Phoenix. STRAYED OR STOLEN From 1022 Woodland avenue one buckskin pony, branded on left hip T S. and one bay mare, 5 years old, two white hind feet and with-fitripe on forehead. 810 re ward. Johri-Eyrich, 42 East Wash- ' ington street. LOST A new rubber boot for left foot, size 7.- Return' to this office and get 81.00. , . LOST Probably ln city hall. Phoenix. a pacaage containing curnn Biuy. Finder notify E. C. Woodman see, Tempe. PROFESSIONAL FftENCH LESSONJ3. FRENCH LESSONS. Instruction given in the French language and compo sition to pupils individually or in classes, also lessons in. English lit- erature and Belles-Lettres. Address Miss Mary W. Franklin, 504 North, Seventh Street, Phoenix, Ariz. EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. " J. HENRY WOOD, Expert Accountant. '. Tel. 3731, Phoenix, Ariz. Book of .account audited and systematized; mining and other investments invest igated ; also acts as incorporator and agent for Arizona corporations. . Formerly ' Savings Bank Auditor, Buffalo, N. Y., Treasurer and Man-, . ager Cobre Grande Copper Co Golden Wav Mining Co., etc., etc A8SAYEK AND METALLURGIST. J. Q. A. KING, Assayer and Metallurgist, All kinds of laboratory tests for best reduction method. Office and labora tory. 18 N. 2nd Ave., Phoenix, Arlsona. VETERINARY SURGEON. F. O. RICHMOND. M. D. C, Phoenix. Arizona. Veterinary Surgeon and! Dentist; diseases of all domestic ani mals scientifically treated. Ofilce, 35 ' North Center street- Residence, 537 West Van Buren street. 'Phono 1001. No charge for consultation. Agent for the Horsa Review DR. HOWARD RAMSAY, Veterinary; Surgeon and Dentist. Graduate On tario Veterinary College. Office, comer? ' First avenue and Monroe street. Am brose Corral, Phoenix. Arizona. Tele phone 3313L ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. J. H. Klbbey. A. J. Edwards. KIBHRY 4k EDWARDS. LAWYERS. l-2t South Center street, rhoenlx. Ari zona. Ground Floor. NOTARY PUBLIC E. E. PASOOE. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conveyancing a specialty. Acknowl edgments taken. 110 North Center street, opposite Hotel Adams. PIANOFORTE TEACHING. A1ISS FANNY PECK. Teacher of Piano forte playing. Pupil of Carl Stasny of New England Conservatory of Music 136 N. Sixth St. The Detroit Formerly Mills House. Gis-6) nr. Washington Mreec. G. H. EidrUlfre, Pronrietor. New mtn- rcmnt,' Rites reasonable.. Lsrge Rooms by tne J-y, week or Moatn. Kooras itn or Without Board. Home Cook in sr. Rooms S7.00, S8.00 and -HJ.00 per month. BoarU Experience Comes Highti$s5 And picture making requires lots of it. After 20 years nt practice. I now own the best in struments to be had. with which photographs are made of every thing that casts a shadow either by -day or night.. Artistic pic tures in all sizes at eastern 'prices. Leave orders before the leaves fall at Mussey's Studio, opp. Hotel Adams, or telephone 2541.' THE VIEWIST. i mum DalaA ii 1 iiw k mm jpa w vi HIE9CIIPBLD A PERKINS K Proprietors j Imported and Domestic Wines', ' j Liquors and Cigars Phocuix . . Arizona TI THE HOFFMAN f Si Beer U frm cold torage sod f E ! is ANHEUSEK - BUSCH V J Qbinet i 8 S 1 A. Jilt I A J IS JK. j - Surplus i i and iTnd.viipiT T. W. PEM BKK. Douosit Hoxes. General - Banking BuhJi ut me worm, jirrfjior juo. rit iuuu,, v. B. Heyman. F. M. Alurphy, D. M. Ferry. E. B. .