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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING," NOVEMBER 1 2, . 1901.
MITCHELL'S c Failure V in life is more often dne to exhausted nerre force than to lack of capital. Strong nerves are the capital that helps men conquer conditions. When people lose their capital they set to work to regain it. ' Wlietf e lose our nerre Torce we ought to seek a means of getting it back. There is a way, certain and scientific feed the nerves, making them steady and strong aa steel. We do not believe they can fail to cure Nervous Debility and phvsical ex haustion: that's why we agree to refund your money if six boxes do not cure you. N SI 00 per box; 8 boxes S5.00. mailed securely sealed upon receipt of price. Book free. Address, I'KAl. AlKmcuui Co., Cleveland, Ohio. XiR SAI.I3 BT ELVET & HULETT. THE LIVE DRUGGISTS ! PHORNIX ARIZONA. - AMUBEMEMT8 -. Melbourne MacDowell in "Cleopatra and "La Tosca" will be the attraction at the Dorris theater next Monday and Tuesday. November 4 and C. - Mr. MacDowell stands first and fore most on the American stage in heroic and romantic roles, and Sardou's "Cleo patra", affords, him an opportunity In the character ot Marc Antony bent fit ted to his exceptional talents and mag nificent personality. - The critics Seem to agree that fhera is no other actor on the American stapa today who- could accomplish the results achieved by him in this, perhaps great est of modern realistic plays. . - The production will be given with the same regal splendor that marked the original production by Mr. MacDowell's late- lamented wife. Fanny Davenport. - In the first act is shown the tribunal 6f the Romans at Tarus with a vista of the Cyranus river, bearing; upon Its waters the luxurious barue of the Egryptlari 'queen. Thence the action shifts to the palace of Rameses. a beau tiful setting;, from which the spectators are attain transported to the celebrated temple of Memphis. Here Cleopatra Is discovered in the foreground seated upon a raised couch or dais, while the Nile stetches away in the distance. Moonlight Illumines the. nearest land scape and beyond loom the outlines of old Egyptian temples. The fourth act passes in a palace at Actlum. fronting the shores of the Asian gulf, where Cleopatra, hidden by ,a curtain. Is forced to listen to a love scene between her paramour and nis I toman wife. , Then comes the storm in the fifth act known aa the great typhoon scene,, and it is a veritable triumph of stave mechanism and effects. In response to appeals- from the royal sorceress the sky begins to darken, the first low rum blings of thunder are heard, lightning flashes about the heavens, until sud denly the tempest bursts, with all the fury of a tropical storm.. From this point the inevitable doom of the im pulsive Arttony. is worked . out to a tragic end. ;' . v New scenery and costumes have been had, and the production is still undnr the direction of Mr. Frank Willard, who was associated in his present capacity with the late Fanny Daven port, which insures a presentation equal In every ret pec-1 to the original production and whirh marks it aa one of the greatest attractions of our time. I -A Tosca" will be presented Tuesday nisrht. - The box office for the sale of reserved seats will open at the Brisley Drug company. Hotel Adams, at 10 a. m. to day. -' "Last winter an infant child of mtne had croup in a violent form." says Elder John : W. Rogers, a Christian Evangelist of rilley. Mo. "I gave her a few doses oi Chamberlain's Coua-h Itemed y and in a short time all danger was past and the child recovered.' This remedy not only cures croup, but when given as soon as the first symp toms appear will prevent the attack. It contains no opium or other harmful rubstance and may be given as confi dently to a baby as to an adult. : For Ha.e by Elvey & Hulctt. . All k:n.3 or printing. : iMllng. book and magazine binding and book repair ing done satisfactorily and quickly at The Republican office. FOR SALE w11' 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. ' j Additional ' Local 1 : VIEWED THE ROUTE. Mr. W.'A. Drake was in the city yesterday en route home to Prescatt. after spending some time In vtewlifg the route of the proposed Phoenix and Benson rail road. BAPTIST CHOIR. The music com mittee of the Baptist church have been especially fortunate this year in th; organization of their choir, which In eludes Mrs. Embree. soprano: Mrs. j Thompson, alto: Mr. Reedy, tenor: Mr. Coggins, bass, and Miss Halsey as ac companist. ' FOR EARLY CLOSING. The drag gists of he city have all signed an agreement to close their stores at 9 p. m. each night, except Saturday night, when they will keep open till 10 o'clock, for the months of Novem ber to April inclusive. The new ar rangement is effective Monday, No vember 3rd. SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS. The board of supervisors yesterday deliv ered to the Valley bank for A. P. Gun ther the issue of bonds ordered by the board for the use of school district No. 1. The face of the bonds $J0.O00. with the premium amounting to (22.006, was paid into the county treasury along with accrued interest from September It, the date of the order, to yesterday, amounting to $137. The latter sum. though, will subsequently be re turned to the purchaser, being a part of a full year's interest from the date of Issue. This arrangement was made to simplify the transaction. !U JdATttlMONIAL PRECAUTION. Mr. John G. Sloan and Miss Retta G. Morgan were married In this city on Thursday evening. There was a' ro mantic element in the wedding, for they were already married, had never been tllvorced and had never failed In their love for each other. Mr. Sloan u better knowrf in Phoenix as Professor Beresford, who has lately been direct ing dramatic performances at the Dor rls theater. Mr. and Mrs. Sloan were first unltod by a religious ceremony. Mrs, Sloan Is the heir to vast estates and her relatives have for some time been trying to bring about her separa tion from her husban'd and have caus.nl them ta be followed by detectives. They believed that they could not be too cloBely or too frequently united against tne machinations of those who are con spiring ' against them. Mr. and Mrs. Sloan left the city this morning. . CITORUS CHOIR PRACTICE.- All members of the church choirs and others .willing to assist In the chorus choir at the union evangelical services to be held in the large tent, are urged to meet In the tent, corner of Second avenue and Adams street Sunday at S p. m., for the first practice. Mr. fcloBSon, the leader, 13 anxious to have a large attendance at this first meet ing that a good chorus may be or ganised at once. Come and bring a friend. ' POLICE COURT. The city recorder fined one young 'man $3 yesterday for riding a bicycle without a light, and another man $4 for carcylng round In elde of him a stock of goods that would generally be found only in a distillery. The' Hallowe'en ghosts - were all re leased before daylight yesterday morn ing and Immediately sought their sev eral retreats. The police say that the youngsters who play Hallowe'en pranks generally confine themselves to misplacing signs and doing other irri tating but comparitiveiy harmless things. The ones they would like to catch In the act are the big boys that do real damage, and who operate under the mask of the time-honored custom. Quite a number of citizens suffered no little Inconvenience and expense yes terday in hunting up the various parts of their wagons and other property, which was scattered around after the manner of a cyclone's operations. Use MermaU Queen Washing Pow der! NEW SCHOOLHOUSE SITE. A meeting of the qualified electors ot school district No. 1 is hereby called to be held at the central school build ing, corner of Center and Monroe streets. November 2. at 7:30 p. m., to determine the location of a school house. OfA to Instruct the trustees cf said school district in regard to pur chasing site for said school and the building of two achoolhouses. B. A. FK'KAS, H. P. DeMUND. - W. H. ROBINSON, Trustees. PROPOSALS FOR BEEF. HAT, COAL AND WOOD. IT. S. IN DIAN SERVICE. Fort Defiance. Ariz., Oct. 29. 1901. SEALED PROPOSALS. Indorsed: "Proposals for Beef, Hay, etc.," as tha case may be. and addressed to the un dersigned at Fort Defiance, Arizona, will be received at this agency until two o'clock p. m. of November 30, 1931, for furnishing and delivering at this agency, as required during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1902. 72,000 pounds beef, net:. 5 tons hay: 4 tons coal, black smith: and 135 cords wood. Specifica tions and instructions to bidders can be obtained by making application to the undersigned. For any additional Information apply to GEORGE W. HAYZLETT, , . V. S. Indian Agent. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. Notice is hereby given that the c partnershlp heretofore existing be tween M. C. Dujmovlch and O. Mag rrani. under the firm and style of Duj movich & Magnanl. has this 80th "day of October, 1901. been . dissolved by mutual consent of the understgned: and notice is further given that all debts due from anyone to said firm must Iw paid to and will be collected by O. Mag nanl, who will also pay ail bills owins by said firm, he having succeeded to the business of -the firm and to all its assets by purchnsa. Dated, Phoenix, Arizona. October 30th. 1901. M. O. DUJMOVICH. O. MAGNANI In the Probate Court of the County of Maricopa. Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of O. L. .Glbbs. Deceased. Notice by Clerk of Day Fixed for Hear ing Return of Sale of Real Estate. Pursuant to an order of the Probate Court, made on the 29th day of October, 1901, notice' Is hereby given that Thomas W. Pemberton, administrator of the estate of O. L. Glbbs, deceased, made to the said court, and filed in the office of the clerk thereof, on sai l day, a return of sale made by him on tne 28th day of October. 1901. under a previous order of said court, of the following real estate, and for the fol lowing named sum. to-wlt: Lot one in the Greenhaw addition to the city Phoenix, Maricopa county, Ari zona, to E. E. Pasjoe for the sum of 3100.00. .'.s will more fully appear from said return filed as aforesaid, and tn which reference Is hereby made for fur ther particulars. And notice is hereby further glvsn that Monday, the 11th day of Novem ber. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the court room of said court, at the court house in Phoenix, county ot Maricopa, has been fixed for hearing the said ra turn, when and where any person In terested in the said estate may appear and file written objections to the con firmation of the said aale, and may be heard, and may produce witnesses in support of such objections. Dated. Oct. 29th. 1901. C. M. ZANDER. Clerk. First publication. Nov. t. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Keystone Copper & Gold Mining Company, held on June 20, 1901, at 3 o'clock p. m., at the office of the cor poration, room No. 502 Park Building, in the city of Pittsburg, state of Penn sylvania, at which meeting was repre sented a majority of the outstanding stock of the corporation, the following resolution was proposed, and upon mo tion, duly seconded, adopted by the affirmative votes of all the stockholders present In person or by proxy, and the same was subsequently re-enacted at an adjourned meeting of the stockhold ers of the corporation, held on July 12, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the law offices of Kibbey & Edwards, at No. 19 South Center street, at Phoenix, Arizona: Resolved, That Article V. of the Ar ticles of Incorporation of this companjr be amended so as to read as follows: "The corporate powers of said com pany shall be vested In s. board of eleven. (11) directors.. to be elected from among the stockholders of the corpora tion at the annual stockholders' meet ing, which shall be held at Its prlncl pal office on the third Thursday in June In each year, and the officers of this corporation shall consist of a president, vice president, secretary. : treasurer and such other office and agents is may be created In the by-laws of said company hereafter to be adopted. (Seal.) C. B. McLEAN, Atteet: - President. WM. J. STR ASS BURGER, Secretary. State of Pennsylvania, County of AH gheney, ss. Before me. Gustave A. Prince, ft. notary public in and for the county of Allegheny and state of Pennsylvania, this day appeared C. is. McLean ami Wm. J. Stu-assburger. known to me to be the persons whose names are suu scribed to the foregoing Instrument, and they acknowledged to me that thy executed the same for ' the purpose therein expressed. Witness my hand and seal of office this 25th day of September. 1901. GUSTAVE A. PRINCE. (Seal.) Notary Public, My commission expires Feb. 27, 1905. Recorder's Office, Phoenix, Maricopa County, A. T. Filed and recorded ot request of Har vey J. Lee October 10. 1901, at 9:20 a. m. Book 8 of Art .of Incorp., pages 80 and 81. B. F. McFALL. County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Territory of Arizona. County of Mari copa. I. B. F. McFall. county recorder in and for the county and territory afore said, hereby certify that the within In strument was filed for record at 9:20 o'clock a. m. on this 10th day of Octo ber, 1901. and duly recorded in Book No. 8 of Art. of Incorp., Records of Maricopa county. Arizona, at pages SO and 81. Witness my band and official seal tha day and year above written. B. F. McFALL, (Seal.) County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Filed In the office of the secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 17th day of October. A. D. 1901, at 9 a. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD, Secretary of Arizona.; First publication Oct. 31. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That at a meeting of the stockholders of The Gusher Oil anl ripe Line Co., held on the 17th day of September A. D., 1901, Article IV of the Company's charter was amended so as to read as follows: "The affairs of the Company shall be conducted by a Board of 7 Directors who shall be elected annually by the stockholders of the Company." - And also that at a special meeting ot the stockholders oi The Gusher Oil and Pipe Line Co.. held at the Company's office on the 5th day of October, A. D., 1901, Article V of the Company's char ter was amended so as to read as fol lows: . "The capital stock of this Company shall be 1500,000 divided Into Ten Mil lion shares of the par value of five centa each fully paid and forever non assessable." In Witness Whereof, we have here unto set our names this 5th day of October, A. u. 1901. O. A. I'.OGUE, President. Attest: C. F. PERCE, Secretary. State of Illinois, Cook County, ss. Before me, the undersigned, a notary public. In and for Cook County. Illi nois, on this duy personally appeared O. A. Bogue, President,, and C i. Pierce, Secretary of The Gusher Oil and Pipe Line -o., well known to me to be the persons whose names are signed to the above and foregoing Instrument, and acknowledged to me that they ex ecuted the same for the purposes and consideration thereof expressed for themselves Individually and as Pres! dent - and Secretary, respectively on behalf of The Gusher Oil and Pipe Line Co. ' - Given under my hand and seal of of fice this 7th day of October. A. D., 1901. (Seal.) CHARLES A. KOEPKE, Notary Public Territory of Arizona, County of Mari copa, ss. L 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 Amd't to the Art. of Incorp. of The Gusher Oil and Pipe Line Com pany, filed and recorded in my office oit tne 26th day of October, 1901, In Book No. 8 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 ,oflV-e this 28th day of October, 1901. (Seal.) B. F. McFALL, County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Filed In the office of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 26 day of October. A. D.. 1901. at 2 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD, Secretary of Arizona. First publictlon Oct. 31. -r ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE "THE LAKE SUPERIOR NICKEJj COMPANY." (Under the laws of Arlzqna.) We. the undersigned, desiring to form a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, do hereby adopt the following Articles of Incorporation as follows: First: The names of the corporators are John B. B. FIske, . M. A. Meyer and John Mi Kin ley. all of the City of New York. The name of the corporation shall be The Lake Superior Nickel Company. The principal place of transacting business In the Territory of Arizona snail be the town of Phoenix In the County of Maricopa, In the Territory ot Arizona. It shall also have offices for the transaction of business at Sud bury, in the Province of Ontario, Do minion of Canada, and tn New York City and at such other places as shell ie necessary. Second: The vgencral nature of the business proposed to be transacted shall be to m'ne nickel, copper, gold, stiver and other minerals; build, own and erect reduction works, smelters, refineries and other works and buildlngn neces sary thereto: to acquire and lay out town sites, and to buy and sell real estate. Also to acquire and build water power,, dams and flumes: to sccu-e rights of way for electric poles and wires and to construct the same for conducting electric power and oth'rr purimses-; to conntruct and build pipe lines for the conveying of compressed air for power and other purposes and to sell power of all kinds for mining work or other uses, and to purchase, acquire, hold and dispose of the stock, bonds and other evidences of Indebt edness of any corporation, domestic ir foreign. Including its own. and issue in exchange therefor its stocks, bonds cr other obligations, and to do any and til such things as may be necessary: to survey, lay out and construct and op erate any railroad, tramway, turnpike or canal as may lead from its prin cipal works or place or business to some navigable stream, or to some ex isting railroad, turnpike or public high way. Third: The capital stock of such 'corporation shall ba Six Million Dollars, to be di vided In One Million Two Hundred Thousand shares of the par value of Five Dollars each . Its' duration shall be twenty-five y ars. The private property of Directors and Stockholders of the corporation shall be exempt from liability for corporate debts and there shall be no Individual liability on the part of either Direc tors or Stockholders. Capital stock when issued in ex change for property shall be full paid and non-assessable. The highest amount of Indebtedness and liability, direct or contingent, lo which the corporation is at any time to be subject, shall be four million dollar. The number of directors shall be three, and the names and postoffice ad dresses of the directors for the first year or until their number shall be in creased shall be: John B. B. FIske, New York City; M. A. Meyer, New York City; John McKlnley, New York City. The number of directors may be in creased from time to time as may be provided in the By-la'ws of said cor poration. In Witness Whereof. We have here unto set our hands and subscribed to the number of shares set opposite our names this 21st day of October. 1901. JOHN McKINLEY 1.199.750 shares JOHN B. B. FISKE 200 shares M. A. MEYER 60 shares State of New York. County of New York. ss. On this 21st day of October. 1901." be fore me, personally appeared John It. B. Fiske, M. A. Meyer and John Mc Klnley, to me known and known to me to be the individuals described In and who executed the foregoing instrument and severally acknowledged that they executed the same. . (Seal.) HERMAN R. ELIAS. Notary Public, N. Y. Co. No. lo. State of New Yorki County of New York. ss. . I, William Sohmer, Clerk of the County of New York and also Clerk of the Supreme Court for the said County, the same being a Court of Record, do hereby certify, that Herman R. Elius, whose, name is subscribed to 'the cer tificate of the proof or acknowledgment of the annexed Instrument, and there on written, was, at the time of taking such proof or acknowledgment, a no tary public In and for the County ft New York, dwelling in the said Count, commissioned and sworn and duly au thorized to take the same. And fur ther, that I am well acquainted with tne handwriting of such Notary, and verily believe that the signature to tha said certificate of proof or acknowl edgment is genuine. . In Testimony Whereof I have here unto set my hand and affixed the seal of the said Court and County the 21 day of October, 19J1. (Seal.) WM. SOHMER, Clerk. 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 incorporation of The . Lake Superior Nickel Company filed and recorded In my office on the 28th day of October, 1901. In Book No. 8 of Art. of Incorp. at Page , and that the same is a full, true and cor rect copy of such original and of the whole thereof. ; Witness my hand and seal of office this 28th day of October. 1901. (Seal.) B. F. McFALL. County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. . Filed In the office or the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 28th day of October, A. D., 1901. at 2 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD, Secretary of Arizona, First publictlon Oct. 31. . - " ... . I FOR RENT FOR RENT Cottage,- 12x24: . kitchen attached; neatly furnished for house- . keeping: 4 miles out. Also laying hens. Address A. M. Wiatt. Phoenix. TO LET Fine furnished house with all modern improvements. No one with lung trouble need apply. 816 W. Washington St. ' FOR RENT House of 5 rooms on Fourth avenue. Address 220 E. Madi son St. .... FOR RENT 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.'B furniture store. FOR KENT A nicely furnished six room cottage; electric lights, gas, hot and cold water; centrally located. Inquire at this office. private Hoarding BEST private board by month, week, day or single meals. Mrs. Cohn. 11 West Adams St. WANTED Roomers and Boarders in private family. Jefferson and Nov inger Sts. West end car line. WANTED A few bourders 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 olllce. ONE OR TWO boarders, suburb, one block from car line; quiet; no con sumptive. 1514 East Adams street . WANTED Three or tour 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. ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping rooms. Ranch for rent, 20 acres. 325 E. Monroe. THREE ROOMS partly furnished for housekeeping; one room for gentle man, with board If desired. On car line. 1818 E. Washington. HOUSEKEEPING rooms f r rent. ' a. Center St. FOR RENT Comfortably furnished rooms with light housekeeping privi leges. Cars pass the door. West End House, Seventh Ave. and Washing ton.. . FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT 3 houses for rent. 3 rooms and screen room. $10 per month. Apply A. D. Cole. 491 N. Third Ave. TWO nicely furnished rooms for rent; 1 week. Inquire Wm. Llmbrock, No. 214 E. Washington St. tl'it RENT Large handsomely fur nished rooms, rates reasonable. 242 East Monroe street. FOR RENT FurniBhed rooms or whole house of five rooms; very reasonable: good porches; good shade. 546 West Madison street. FURNISHED housekeeping rooms, also bedrooms. 546 North Fourth avenue. FOR RENT Housekeeping or single rooms. 1233 East Van Buren street. CAPITOL HOTEL Newly furnished and renovated; rooms single or en suite, with housekeeping privileges; strictly first class. J. T. Milligan, Proprietor. FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping at 600 N. Third ave. ' FOR RENT A nice front room; all conveniences. Apply cor. Fifth ave. and Van Buren at. THE "KELSO," corner Third avenue and Adams; select private boarding house, in desirable part of the city; references. HELP WANTED WANTED Man to work on small ranch-north of town. Good home. H. I. Latham. No. 47 North Center St, WANTED A lineman. Arizona Elec tric Co, 17 S. First avenue WANTED Girl to assist in house work: three in family. Apply Welrlck & Latham, 47 N. Center St. WANTED Girl for light housework: three in family. 1621 West Jefferson. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, secure permanent, well-paying positions by Introducing three patents which peo ple must use; are guaranteed to buy on sight. No humbug about this. 1". Pos. 209 McKlnley St. WANTED An experienced cook. 'An ply J. C. Wasson, Buckeye canal of fice, or 1048 North Center street. WANTED Immediately a first class rook for restaurant at Wlckenburg. Address Wickenburg. this office. WANTED A good live man' to sell Singer sewing machines. Apply 239 E. Washington. WANTED Somebody to take charge of a ranch. Enquire of J. C. Was son. Buckeye Canal office. FOR SALE FOR SALE OR TRADE A good spring wagon. Call at house west of water works on Tempe road. FOR SALE A good saddle pony at reasonable price. Address X. 42, this office. ... FOR SALE By lady going east, high grade wheel In first-class condition. 341 W."" Adams St cor. Fourth Ave. 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 tn 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. J. ERNEST WALKER, . No. 16 South Second Avenue. Office phone 501. Residence phone 3031. FOR SALE Artesian land, quarter section; water guaranteed; good soil: convenient Tombstone. BiBbee, high markets, ' Good -trade.- Write quick. C. S. Stevens. Benson. Ariz. 4 FOR SALE The Kllroy's New Pales tine Cottage; one of the cosiest cot tage homes In Phoenix; lovely large; grounds, shade trees, alfalfa, roses, gravel walks, etc. a truly typical home. Apply on the premises, 811 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 $2000. and which rents for 4300 a year. Tent paid in advance. Inquire of Mr. Bunslck at The Boston Store. ' - AUCTION Saturday, 2 p. m., corner Washington and First Ave. Furniture consisting of chairs, rockers, tables, dressers, commodes, chiffonier. Iron beds, springs, mattresses, stove, cook ing utensils. These goods are all clean and as good as new, having been used but a short time. J. J. Fostler. Ham mond. Auctioneer. FOR SALE Cheap. Tent house. 1531 East Washington street. FOR SALE: Thirty tons of hay, 12 doa. chickens, open buggy, harness and household goods. Two miles north west of city, opposite Col. Christy ranch. Mrs. B. Gimbel. FOR SALE Hens and eggs; buff an l barred Plymouth Rocks. Golden Wing Ranch. McDowell road. Telephone 3731. " FOR SALE Work and driving horses, ponies and burros. F...A. . Gros, Broncho Corral, Five Points. FURNITURE Washington, nesday. FOR SALE 812 12. Call Tuesday or Wed- FOR SALE Five head of horses, sad dle and driving, all gentle. Inquire Capitol Mills. FOR SALE Gentle horses for all kinds of work; all prices. Must be sold be fore Nov 1. 13-15 South Second St. FOR SALE: A comfortable cottage home In the north part of the city. A bargain if taken soon. Arizona Building Co.. 218-219. Fleming block. FOR SALE Flrstclass 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 0x135 foot lot with or without good 14x18 tent house; also tent frame with floor; good lumber; all at 858 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 C. Nicholson building. Phoenix. . MISCELLANEOUS WANTS MRS. -ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and future: Ladles, 25c; gentlemen, 60 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street. TO TTYPHAMfiE VTIcK mil. FUlrlnn hnre rhpnli W Hut hnv, v-1 1 1 1 ' 1. I Howard, Box 202, city. COPPER MINE WANTED-Have buyer for good copper mine, all well ' developed prospects. Require guar anteed report and if satisfactory will require a bond for 60 or 90 days to make examination and Just payment. State price and terms. Address O. Pooley. 417 Douglas Blk,, Los Angeles, Cal. WANTED BY a young man,, young lady or widow to go Into paying busi ness. All letters strictly confidential. Address T. I., this office. WANTED Girl's - bicycle, 18-inch frame, in good condition. Address Box 691. Phoenix, HAVE your upholstering done at Harper's. Furniture and carriage uphottsering neatly done. Old mat tresses taken In exheange for new ones. 245 E. Washington street. WANTED Two unfiurnished rooms within five blocks of center of city. Address P. O. Bov 324. WANTED Boarding pupils., Classical . school for girls. Vasadena. Oal. t For particulars address P. O. Box 14T6. AUCTIONEER Hammond now ready for all sale engagements at the same place. 15 South First ave. WANTED A,, good single driving horse. Apply to Dr. Stroud. PROF. OWEN'S night school begins Monday: day school now. Advanced methods. Corner of Pierce and Third streets. ALL kinds of printing, ruling, book and magazine binding and book re pairing done satisfactorily and quickly at The Republican office. WANTED Pupils. Private Instruc tion" In German, by native; also- In Latin. Address P. O. Box 1476. WANTED People to know that w buy, sell and rent second-hand furni ture. Dorris Bros.' Furniture Co. LOST AND FOUND LOST A wide plain gold ring. Libera 1 reward will be paid finder by leaving . same at office of J. Ernest Walker. LOST Album containing Arizona pic tures. Reward at Phoenix National Bank. LoST Dark bay colt, 3 white feet, wire cuts on po'nts of shoulders. Lib eral reward to person finding same and notifying J. W. Jones, box 1211, city. LOST A new rubber boot for left foot. size 7. Return to this office and get $1.00. PROFESSIONAL MISS TROWBRIDGE TEACHER OF Water-color and Oil Painting. Studio ' 401 Fleming block. Will reopen Nov. 1. Class hours: 10-12. 2-4.. Pictures on sale. Place orders for Christmas gifts now. Visitors always welcome. FRENCH LESSONS. INSTRUCTION GIVEN in the Frenclt language and composition . to pupils Individually or in classes, also lessons, in English Literature and Belles-Let- tres. Address Miss Mary W. Franks lln, 504 North Seventh Street, Phoe nix, Arts. EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. J. HENRY WOOD, Expert Accountant. Tel. 3731. Phoenix, Ariz. Books ot 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 A8SAYER AND METALLURGIST. JSpAtKJNoTABMryeT'str All klnda of laboratory tests for beet reduction method. - Office and labora tory. 18 N. tod Ave.. Phoenix, Arlsona. VETKRINARY SURGEON. F. O. RICHMOND, M. D. G. Phoenlk. Arizona, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist; diseases of all domestto ani mals scientifically treated. Office, $3 North Center street. Residence, 637 West Van Buren street. 'Phono 1001. No charge for consultation. Agent for the Horsa Review) DK. . HOWARD RAMSAY. -Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, Graduate On tario Veterinary College. Office, oorner First avenue and Monroe street. Am brose Corral, Phoenix. Ajixona- Tale phone 3313. ATTORNEI8-AT-LAW. ,5r.KUbor , A, J. Edwards. South Centar street. Phoenix. Arl sona. Ground Floor. NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E. PA6COE. NOTlflT PTIDT Tr. Conveyancing a specialty. Acknowl edgments taken. no North Canter street, opposite Hotel Adams. PIANOFORTE TEACHING. MISS FANNy"peCK, Teacher oTrTeno 1 ' 1 oi cjari csiasny or New Kneland Conservatory ot Music, 136 N. sixth St. u. The Detroit Formerly Mills House. 6it-6ij W. Washington Street. G. H. Eldrldft-e. : rroprieior. Hew man- a?emnt. Rttes reasonable. Ltrge Rooms by With nil t ltfa.1 lfn.a a-L.l n - vuuaiui, XLUOIIIN 17 l Cfl Cm aaeaH ft .1 ,VTt . I- -n . reasonable. 1 Phoenix Foundry - ana Machine works. Machinery, Supplies, Castings, Repairs, etc. 25 to 33 North Second Street 1 THE HOFFMAN The bowline Alley is cool, the Iteer ia from coll atorare auil . iiunn mil a ft la ANHBTJ3BB . BU8CH - V- sil , - Hi 1 The U I BSC IT F ELD A PERKINS i'roprietorfe a Imported and Domestic Wines, g ' Liquors and Cigars Efj Phoenix Arizona Cabinet 1 Cigar Store and Liquor Houses 11 ft I 14-16 W. Washington, Street W. THODE. Ld Proprietor Si