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THE ARIZONA IIIL1 UliLiICAJN : llOSl- MOItNI'U, DECEMJJEC 1, lSJOi.
PRESCOTT BUSINESS FIRMS. THE PALACE PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. Strictly on the European plan. Roome by the day, week or month. Finest l bar and club rooms In the southwest. BROW, SMITH & BELCHER, Proprietors. otel BurKe AMERICAN PLAN. " PRESCOTT. ------ ARIZONA 105 rooms. All modern convenience A strictly first-class and modern hotel Sample rooms for comercial men. THE PALACE Rnrbcr Shop and Until Rooms Should receive your patronage when In )'rescott. Everything strictly modern :;nd first-class. Palace Building, Mon tezuma street. I N BAILIV, Prop.. Better kcowa "Casey." RAINIER BEER The Best Beer that is used in the Territory. Send " -. k. orders to H. D. 5TUTHMAN, Distributing Agent for Arizona. PRESCOTT. ARIZ. The Anheuscr Saloon and Restaurant CONCERT HALL. Cob Prior. Chas. Bedford. Len Hale. Handle Only JAMEMES F. PEPPER '92. HEME it RYE AND MOIST VERNON RYE WHisKies. Club rooms and restaurant. Bosi musical talent employed. Gaines never close. Its Up to You H. P. L C O.; Proprietors. We make a specialty of assisting in the Incorporating, financing and developing of mines, either for cor porations or Individuals. Before making other arrange ments see us. Ihe Prescott Realty Co. (Inc.) FISCAL AUBKTH Real Estate, Mines, Investments. No. 127 Cortez St., South, Prescott, Ariz. P. O. Box 272. Tel. 337. EES The Bashford - Burniister Company wholi-au and bitaii. DCU.IB8 IB General Merchandise Preacott, Arizona We carry full linea ol everything. We have a big store, We do a big business, but can do more j j j6 j When In Prcucott it will please ui to have you call and get acquainted Care and attention fire the two things needful in the popular laundry. Ordi nary care and ordinuy attention will iK-complich much, but being unusually careful and attentive hus accomplished wonders for our customers and our selves. Our work is perfect, and our system without a flaw. We make no mistakes. Customers find no fault. Yours for good and prompt delivery. ' ARIZONA. LAUNDRY Phooe 3a 1 Cor. Adams and Third Sts. The straight and narrow path is slip pery as well. THE BENCHES. Amid the park trees' falling gear The benches huddle, dank and drear. Faded their lively vernal green. Like to the leaves that formed their screen. Yet sHill the benches ke?p their place, Cleaving each to his chosen space. Maugrc th? rush of the driving rain. Maugre the cold, witht a dull disdain. Of what the sky or the wind may bring. Close crouched down to their own they cling. This is for each his only bed. This is the place where he breaks his bread. Here he orders his only wear. Here he reckons with Grief and Care. What call is there for him to roam? That is all he has of home. Who shall say what there benches know? Who shall measure the want and woe? The want and woe and the inert life That lacks the spirit to brave the strife. That each must brave who would win the goal And wring from the teeming world his toll: 'T," in New York Sun. o BETTER THAN A PLASTER. A piece of flannel dampened with 'hamberlain's. Pain Balm and bound on the affected parts, is bettor than a plaster for a lame back and for pains ia the side or chest. Pain Balm has no superior as a liniment for the relief of deep seated, muscular and rheumatic pains. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. Drugglrts. There are no race lines in depravity. According to tho new Immigration su perintendent, Sargent, many European immigrants are worse than the ex cluded Chinese. But it appears also rrom the report of Commissioner Wil liam Williams, just published, that rome of the native American officials of Immigratim at Ellis island are worse than the worst of the Europeans, or the Chinese either, for that matter. The depth of infamy is reached when government officials at Eilis island u-e their position to enrich themselves at the expense of needy and defenseless immigrants. No country could furnish worse men than such an th?re. In dianapolis Sentinel. If a man amounts to anything he doesn't have to boast of his ancestors. I ....THE PALACE.... 1 HIRSCmiLO & PERKINS, Preps. Imported end Domestic Wines Liquors and Cigars Phoenix - Arizona 1 1 THE HOFFMAN EVERYTHING EIRST CLASS Michelob Beer on Draught y HIRSCWEID. PERKINS & C1SS0N 1 Proprietors M TIVOLl GARDEN NOW C0RMC0P.A CLL3 Incorporated Jan 18. 1Q02 Ts open to members and their guests inly. For membership see either ol .ie directors, William Wldmer, presi dent; Ed Buppert, vice president, oi Robert F. Doll, Alex Rheinstein, A. R McCalmley, directors, or the steward al the clubhouse, three and one-half milef east, on Tempe road. J. 11. W. JENSEN. Treasurer, Secretary and Steward. Ths Bank Exchange. We Serve ...Hot Lunches Between 11:30 and 2 p. m. Good Home CooKing Everything All B.i?ht Including J CJ O - Prices STOCKHOLDERS' NOTICE. A special meeting of the Stockhold ers of the Columbia Gold Co. will he held in Judge C. F. Alnsworth's office at 10 o'clock a. m., Dec. lath, next for the purpose of amending the Articles of Incorporation and changing the number of shares of stock from Five Thousand (500a) to Five Hundred Thousand (500,000). :lso changing the par value from $100 to $1.00 per share, and the transaction of ojrher business generally. W. D. BOYLE. Vice President, Sec'y and Director. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE SISKIYOU COPPER COMPANY. Know All Men. by These Presents, That we. the undersigned, D. F. Calla han, S. S. Wright, W. F. Falls. F. E. Gauthier, J. F. Beasom, D. E. Marchus, and Fred Leibly, have this day volun tarily associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Ari zona, and do hereby make, execute and adopt the following articles of incor poration: Article I. The name of said corpora tion hereby formed shall be Siskiyou Copper Company, and Jts principal place of transacting business shall be and is Phoenix, Maricopa county, Ter ritory of Arizona with a branch office at the City and County of San Fran cisco, State of California, and at such other places as may be determined by the board of directors. Regular and special meetings of the directors and stockholders may be held, and any and all kinds of business of the said cor poration may be transacted at either said principal place of business or at the branch office or offices aforesaid. Article II. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporation Is as follows, to-wlt: To make contracts; to purchase, lease, bond, locate or otherwise acquire, own exchange, sell or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mortgage, hypothecate and deal in mines, mining claims mineral lands, oil lands, oil, gas, asphaltum, petrole um, asbestos, salt, water rights and machinery; and to work, mine, ex plore, operate and develop the same; to erect and operate machinery neces sary and convenient for treating and handling all and singular the said pro ducts and ores: and deal in real estate and any and all kinds of personal prop erty: to do a general real estate, man ufacturing and mercantile business; lo own, handle and control letters patent and Inventions and shares of capital stock of other corporations; to borrow money and execute notes, bonds, mort gages, or deeds of trust to secure th'. same, and to exercise in respect of all such bonds, mortgages, notes and shares of capital stock and other se curities and obligations any and all rights, powers and privileges of indi vidual owners thereof, including the right to vote upon any shares of stock held by it to the same extent that a natural person might or could do, and In general to do all things necessary to the proper conduct of the business of this corporation in the territory and elsewhere, not Inconsistent with the laws of the United States and the Ter ritory of Arizona. Article III. The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be and is one million ($1,000,000) dollars, divided into one million (1,000. C00) shares of the par value of one dollar ($1.00) each, and shall be fully paid up before issue and non-assessable: provided, however, that the said stock or .tnv part thereof mav be issued In payment or property; and the sev- J eral incorporators hereof each do ; hereby subscribe for five (3) shares at stock respectively. I Article IV. The time of the commence- ! ment of this corporation shall be the J date of the filing of these articles of ( Incorporation in the office of the Sec- retary of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five (25) years thereafter. Article V. The affairs of this corpor ation shall be conducted by a board of seven (7) directors, and the follow- j Ing named persons shall constitute the ' hoard of directors until their successors are elected: D. F. Callahan, S. S. , Wright. W. F. Falls, F. E. Gauthier. ! J. F. Beasom. D. E. Marchus and Fred Leibly. Thereafter the board of di- . rectors shall be elected from among the stockholders as the by-laws of the cor- i poratlon may provide. j . Artic le VI. The highest amount of Indebtedness and liability, direct or contingent, to which this corporation , Is at any time subject is twenty-five ! thousand $2r.,00O) dollars. i Article VII. The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts of any kind whatsoever. j Article VIII. The board of directors , fo the corporation shall have power to i elect a president, a vice-president, a secretary and a treasurer, and such 1 other officers as the by-laws may pro vide for: also to make by-law?, rules and regulations not inconsistent with ' the laws of the United States or the ! Territory of Arizona necessary to carry I Into execution and manage the affairs 1 of this corporation. The names of the incorporators of1 thin corporation, with the number of shares subscribed by each, and the amounts subscribed are as follows: Name of No. of Incorporators. Shares. Amount. D. F. Callahan Five shares $.").C0 S. S. Wright.... W. F. Falls F. E. Gauthier. J. F. Beasom . . . D. E. Marchus. Fred Leibly Five shares $.".00 j Five shares S3. CO i Five shares $5.00 ! Five shares $.",.00 j Five shares $5.00 Five shares $5.00 In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 22nd day of July, 1902. D. F. CALLAHAN, (Seal.) S. S. WRIGHT. (Seal.) W. F. FALLS. (Seal.) F. E. GAUTHIER, (Seal.) J. F. BEASOM, (Seal.) D. E. MARCHUS, (Seal.) FRED LEIBLY. (Seal.) State of California, City and County of San Francisco. On this twenty-second day of July, one thousand, nine hundred and two. before me, N. E. W. Smith, a notary public in and for said city and county, personally appeared D. F. Callahan. S. S. Wright. W. F. Falls, F. E. Gauthier. J. F. Beasom. D. E. Marchus. ami Fred Leibly, known to me to be the pei sons whose names are subscribed to the within instrument, and acknowl edged to me that they executed the same. In authentication whereof, I have hereunto affixed my signature and seal of office, at the said city and county, the day and year last above written. (Notary Seal.) N. E. W. SMITH, Notary Public In and foi; the City and County of San San Francisco, State of California. Territory of Arizona, County of Maricopa, ss. I, B. F. McFall. county recorder In and for the county and territory afore said, hereby -ertify that I have com pared the foregoing copy with the or iginal Articles of Incorporation of the SISKIYOU COPPER COMPANY, filed and recorded in my office on the 2Sth day of July, 1902, In Book No. 11 of Incorporations, at page , and that th same is a full, true and correct copy of said original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of office this 28th day of July. 1902. (Seal.) B. F. McFALL, County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Filed and recorded In the office of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 2!tth day of July, A. D., 1902. at 9 a. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD, Secretary of Arizona. First publication November 27. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE THE WISCONSIN-ARIZONA MINING AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY Know All Men by These Presents. That we, where hands are hereunto af- i fixed, do hereby associate ourselves to gether for the purpose of forming a ! corporation under the laws of the Ter- I rltory of Arizona, and to that end make the following statement: First: The names of the corporators i are: O. A. Pease, Solomon W. Pease, John Rogers, Alfred T Rogers, and the name of the corporation shall be THE WISCONSIN-ARIZONA MINING and DEVELOPMENT COMPANY. The principal place In which the business of said corporation within the Territory of Arizona is to be transacted is Phoe- nix. Maricopa county, Arizona, and the principal place of business of said cor poration outside tho territory of Ari rona shall be the city of Mudison, In the State of Wisconsin, at which meet ings of the board of direc tors may be held, and the corporation may have such branch offices either within or without the Territory of Arizona as may be established by the board of di rectors. Second: The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporation is as follows, t'o-wit: To make contracts; to purchase, lease, bond, locate or otherw ise ac quire," own, exchange, sell or otherwise dispose of. pledge, mortgage, hypothe cate and deal In real estate and any and all kinds of personal property, mines, mining claims, oil lands, min eral lands, oil, gas, asphaltum, petrole um, asbestos, salt, water and water rights and machinery, and to work, mine, explore, operate and develop the same; to do a general real estate, man ufacturing and mercantile business; to own, handle and control letters patent an inventions and shares of capital stock of other corporations; to borrow money and execute notes, bonds, mort gages or deeds of trust to secure the same, and to exercise In respect of all such bonds, mortgages, notes, shares of capital stock and other securities and obligations any aid all lights, powers and privileges of Individual owners thereof. Including the right to vole upon any shares of stock held by it to the same extent that a natural person might or could do; and In general to do all things necessary to the proper conduct of the business o this corpor ation in the territory and elsewhere, not inconsistent with the laws of the United States and the Territory of Ari zona. Third: The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be three million dollars ($3,000,000) di vided into three million shares of the par value of one dollar ($1.00) ech. At such time as the board of directors may by resolution direct, said capital stock shall be paid into this corpora tion either In cash or by the sale and transfer to it ol real or personal prop erty for the ues and purposes of said corporation. In payment for which snares of the capital stock of said cor poration may be issued, and the capital stock so issued shall thereupon and thereby become and be fully paid up and non-assessable, and In the absence of actual fraud In the transaction th judgment of the directors as to the value of the property purchased shall be conclusive. 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 re tary of Arizona, and the termination there of shall be twenty-five years thereafter. Fifth: The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a board of four directors, and the following named shall constitute the board of directors until their successors are elected: (. A. Pease. Solomon W. Pence, John Rogers, Alfred T. Rogers. Thereafter the board of directors shall he elected from among the stockholders as the by-laws of the corporation may pro vide. The officers of said corioration until their successors are elected shall be: O. A. Pease, president; John Rogers, vice-president: Alfred T. Rogers, secretary; Alfred T. Rogers, treasurer. Sixth: The highest amount of in debtedness or liability, direct or con tingent, to which this corporation is at any time subject shall be one mil lion dollars ($1,000,000). which amount does not exceed two-thirds the amount of the capital stock. ' Seventh: The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debt3 of any kind whatsoever. - In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands and seals this lSth day of November. 1902: O. A. PEASE. (Seal.) SOLOMON W. PEASE. (Seal.) JOHN ROGERS, (Seal.) ALFRED T. ROGERS, (Seal ) Territory of Arizona, County of Yuma, ss. On this lSth day of November, in the year 1902. before :ne, W. E. Scott, a notary public in and for the territorv and county aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn,' person ally appeared . A. Pease. Solomon W. Pease, John Rogers and Alfred T. Rogers, known to me to be the persons described in, whose names are sub scribed to, and who executed the an nexed instrument, and they acknowl edged to me that 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 territory and county, the day and year last above written. (Seal) W. E. SCOTT. My commission expires Mar. 16, 1905. Territory of Arizona County of Maricopa, ss. I, B. F. McFall, county recorder in and for the county and territory afore said, hereby certify that I have com pared the foregoing copy with the or iginal articles of Incorporation of the WISCONSIN-ARIZONA MINING and DEVELOPMENT COMPANY. filed and recorded In my office on the 25th day of November, 1902, in Book No. 12 of Incorporations, 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 25th day of November, 1002. (Seal.) B. F. McFALL. County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Filed and recorded In the office of the secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 25th day of November, A. D. 1902, at 2 p. m. ISSAC T. STODDARD, Secretary of Arizona. First publication November 27. ALL kinds of printing, ruling:, book and magazine binding and book re pairing done satisfactorily and quickly ft. Tb,e Republican office. POPULAR All advertisements running for less time FIRST-CLASS family board with room at 1511 East Van Buren street. FOR RENT One furnished front room, reasonable. 546 West Madison St. FOR RENT Nice, newly furnished 12 room brick house; electric lights and gas: hot and cold water and bath; !n the most desirable residence por tion of the city. Address Z., Repub lican office. FURNISHED room, outside entrance; rates very reasonable to right par ties: tio consumptives taken. No. 207 East Buchanan street. FOR RENT Nice housekeeping rooms. 5i,0 N. 3rd Ave. FOR RENT. A large number of fur nished and unfurnished rooms and houses. Allow us to help you find a desirable location. Information free. The Valley Realty Co.. 13 N. Center rtrec t. LARGE, well ventilated rooms for $1.50 to $3.00 per week, board $4.75 per week, or 25c per meal; home cooking. Mills house. West Washington St. ROOMS with board at Grant's, first house east of Indian School. P. O. box 1363. FOR RENT. Desirable furnished rooms $10 per month. Inquire Phoe nix Trust Co.. 102 W. Adams St. GOOD country board, including room, J1.00 per day at "Donn" ranch, one mile north Indian school, Cave Creek road. C OUNTRY BOARD. Persons wishing to board in the country can find first ilass accommodations at the Rum ney. on Grand avenue, 111 miles from I'. O. Free transportation to city daily. Telephone 3.121. FOR KEN'I FOR RENT One 2-room frame and one 3-room brick house. Tartly furnished. Call 905 W. Jeff. St. BRICK HOUSE Completely furnish ed, close in. No consumptives. Call 139 North Third street. ROOMS with board at Grant's, first house east of Indian School. P. O. box 1363. TWO small furnished houses for rent 410 South Center street. FOR RENT At Scottsuale, houses, rooms, tents with board, or for light housekeeping. Best water and health iest place in the val'.ey. Terms rea ronable. Address J. L. Davis, Scctts-dul-. W A N T E D"l)TiTi n g room girl at the Kelso, corner Third avenue and Adams street r.t once. WANTED Seamstress by the day at 435 West Washington street. SI J UA 1 lUNb WAN jJilJ V. ANTED Position in law office by an ctturney: five years' experience in East; typewriter. Address F. B. this office. ' WANTED Placf as housekeeper or cook in mining camp or small hotel. Box 12S3. WANTED 'ha mbr or housework. 4.S South Third avenue. A SEAMSTRESS wishes employment. Apply 227 East Monroe. SITUATION wanted by all-round cook, hotel or clubhouse preferred; refer ence from Hotel Windsor. Redlands, Cal. Address Chef, M6 West Jeffer son street. Phoenix. Ariz. COLORED GIRL wishes a position as lady's maid: will travel if required. Address 350 East Lincoln street. WANT E ti Pos i t io n as camp cook. Apply L. S., box S56, city. WANTED. A siiunlion as second or dining room girl. Call 415 N. First Ave. ' HtJLlJW AJM'Illl WANTED Aboy to strip tobocco and tend store. Sam Seip, 40 East Washington. WANTED-- FirsT-Tlass cook; none other, need apply. Family of three. Pay $40 per month. Apply 640 N. Seventh street or X this office. WANTED A boy or man .to wash dishes and chore around the house. Apply at the Rummey on Grand avenue. WANTED Experienced girl to work In store, one who understands book keeping and news periodicals. Call. Sanichas, successor to Sanichas t Man, S. W. Cor. Center and Wash ington. WANTED An 1 apprentice to learn manicuring and facial massage. Ad dress S. Republican office. A CIGAR salesman wanted to repre sent large Porto Rico cigar manu facturers: a splendid opportunity for the right party. Address Antonio Ramirez Y Ca., 79 Fourth Ave., New York City. WANTED Four waitresses at 38 West Washington St. Call at once. WANTED Girl for general housework. Call between 1 and 3 p. m. at 725 N. Second avenue. BOYS WANTED Messenger boys Western Union .Telegraph office. at ANY person who will distribute sam ples for $3 daily should address "Standard" 4 Wells, Chicago; steady position; no canvassing. WANTED- -Dishwasher; good man or woman Turner, 527 N. First Ave. WANTED Man and woman to work on ranch. Inquire three miles west, half mile north of Phoenix, on Christy road ; must understand ranch work. Mrs. S. S. Lowe. - gTiYL- WANTEll-Light housework. Mrs. H. P. St. Claire. MTSCELLANEOJUANTS WANTED To exchange rent of a roomy furnished house in part pay ment of board of three adults and one 7-year-old child, balance cash. Small family preferred. Address P. O. Box 11 iZ WANTED A riding pony .also second hand bridle and saddle. Tony, this office. WANTS than one month must be paid la sdvenae. WANTED One set double harness, suitable for a burio team. Buyer at Review office. Creighton block. WILL-PAY C.OOD"PRICE for "afe"w first class fresh Durham cows. P. O. box 1264. WANTED To buy a sound horse about eight yeais old, weight be tween 1,150 and 1,300 pounds. Apply to the Lightning Delivery Co. WANTED Use of horse and buggy for two or three hours every cay. Ad dress 307 Republican office. WANTED Pupils in shorthand "(Pit man system); $1 per week. Leave address at this office. Miss R. M" KSE LIZ AaTKDWARDS, experl enced card reader, tells past, present and future. Ladies, 25c; gentlemen, 50 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street. WANTED Three rooms with porch, furnished for housekeeping, by man and wife, in dry and sunny location. Address E. A.. Republican office. WANTED Saddle pony; young, gentle, easy rider. P. O. box S13. WANT E D-T w o tickets" toTansas City or Chicago. Address box 722. SPECI AL NOTICE i "TO TEA DRINK ERS. Residents of Arizona desiring the genuine Mazawattee Ceylon Teas ami Moon Light Japan Teas, packed in 3, 5 and lo pound fancy air-tight sealed cans, can have them at whole sale prices. For information address Sparr Tea Co., P. O. box 851, Los An geles, Cal. AGENTS We will instruct you in our business and pay you whiie learning. Apply 10-21 South Center street. SPEC IA LNOT IC E TOTEAD R I N K ERS. Residents of Arizona desiring the genuine Mazawattee Ceylon Teas and Moonlight Japan Teas, packed in 3, 5 and 10-pound fancy air-tight sealed cans, can have them at whole sale prices. For information address Sparr Tea Co., P. O. box 851, Los An geles, Cal. WANTED Housekeeping rooms by young couple. Central location, no invalids, state price and particulars. Address box 29 Republican. WANTED. To loan $1,000 at 8 per cent on city or cour.ty re il estate close in. No commission if taken by December 1. Address Loan, this office. CLOTHING or delicacies for the poor and siik can be left at the rooms of the Women's Christian Temperance5 Union, corner of Monroe anil Central Ave. They will be carefully distri buted. Those in need please call. 'OK SA1 E h -R SALE Buggy; 30-30 Winchester; 22 Winchester; Parker & Smith; guns. W. II. Ream, corner 16th aril Adams street. FOR SALE Gent's bicycle, almost new, lady's divided skirts, cheap. 311 W. Madison street. NEW CLEAN A LF A LFAS E E D For sale. Call on L. Fowler, 34 South Center streel. FOISA LE Gciod-driving team, good back and harness, by W. 11. Caraway of Mesa. Will be at Frank Griebel's store. Phoenix, on December Sth. FOR SALE Good burro for driving or riding. Inquire M. S., Republican office. FOR SALE Fifty or sixty hens; one set of light double harness, and one Faille. PK)G South Second avenue. FOR SALE Nine milk cows; near Wilson rcossing. Wm. G. Alexander, Phoenix. FOR SALE Five-acre ranch with water right in Maricopa caual; small house: location near school. P. O. box 14fl. FOR SALE Two good work horses, 1 top wagon, newly painted. Apply at Sc horgel's rumh, mile west of the Indian school. FOR SALE A good business with rent paid. Inquire 110 N. Center St. FOR SALE 12 fine young pigs at Wiatt's ranch, 2 miles southeast of Asylum. FOR SALE Four dozen white Leghorn hen:-, $25. Wm. P. Crpmp, Country Club. FOR SALE To tamale manufacturers, 10 tons select cut corn husks and 5 tons ground chillies. Address F. Black. 613 South Grand Ave., Los Angeles. FOR S A LE Work and saddle horses! Corner First avenue and Madison St. BEE RANCH for sale. 1051, Phoenix. Address box FOR SALE Horse, buggy and harness. 423 West Jefferson street. FOR SALE Young Durham bull Cage, one mile south of Indian school. PIANO for rent or sale. 127 N. Fourth avenue. FOR SALE. 110 young white Leghorn hens, 3 tons stacked wheat; 1 mile east of asylum. E. L. Sutton. FOR SALE. At a great bargain, cor ner business lofon Adams St. Phoe nix Trust Co., 102 W. Adams St. FOR SALE. Desirable dwelling. Ben nett addition: one dwelling on Adams St., one dwelling on First Ave., all bargains. Phoenix Trust Co., 1C2 W. Adams St. FOR SALE The Model Grocery. This is one of the best business chances in Phoenix; a nice clean stock; first class location: long lease; best paying class of trade and business is on a paying basis: must be sold soon- to settle trusteeship. Call or on address C. F. Leonard, trustee. Phoenix, Ariz. 'L'RNlSHEnROOAIS FOR RENT"" ' signs for sale at the E-T"blican office. LOST AJND POUND LOST Sunday, between this city and Clayson's ranch a wash boiler con taining laundry of G. W. B. Watson. Return to Palo Alto stable. ESTRAYED: One large bay pacing horse, white star in forehead, fore top clipped. Finder please return to 1622 W. Washington St. and re ceive reward. LOST Friday morning bunch of keys. Finder please return to 135 E. Jackson. LOST Pocket book containing $20.00 with name of Miss Martha Scherer engraved upon it. Return to the Re publican office and receive reward. ESTRAY Came to my ranch on the Cave Creek road about Oc tober 15th last, one bull calf, probably eight months old, ear marked with crop anil slit in each ear: coior red with white spot on each tlink. J. A. R. Ii vine. FOUND George Richards, the driver of "Oakswood," yesterday found on Center street a valuable lady's jacket which the owner can have by proving property at this office and paying charges. CAME to the McBride ranch on the Christy road, a sorrel horse, branded, white; fare, short tali. Owner prov ing property and paying charges can have same. LOST. Anchor Belt pin with V. S. N. on it. Please return to F. A.. Re publican office. PROFESSION A I COMMER-l.AL HOTEL EARHKR SHOP Reopened, now and up to date stvles, best tonserinl service in thp cirv. i-'in baths for ladies and centlemen. Expert "i" shining. . 11. 1 A in K ti , Proo. TO THE I'Ci:i.lCJ. A. Fulwher, auctioneer I am now riHijr to gfitbe hest possible prices for your r.kvJ. I,eare or ier? 117 . Jeffor 8on St., (.'reif btoa't Feed Score. CLAIRVOYANT. MADAM LA MOSS, tho world renowned medium, can lo consulted on affairs of life; she is re nowned for ber reading on past and future events of life, and gives advice on busintss of all natures.. Call and be ronviueed. 31 1. .Second St. LADIES call ou Mue. Simpson for up to-date toiletto work; try n:v unexcelled manage, lei. Main 2"il. ARTIST Miss Trowbridge's Studio, 401 Fleming block, will reopen De cember 1st. D. L. CONNOR. Osteopath. The only graduate In the territory un der the founder of the science. Dr. A. T. Still. American School of Osteopathv. KtrksvlHe. Mo. Office S West Adams. Phoenix. Ariz. Office phor.e. 14!4. Res. phone, 20S3. FRANK SHIRLEY, Expert Chiropodist. Tel. Main 296. Basement. Cor. Wash, and Center St. REV. DR. BERNARD POS, Osteopath. Hydropath, Masseur, Doctor of Psycho logy, Master Electrician. Famous Bat tle Creek Sanitarium methods in curing stomach troubles and rheumatism. We also keep a complete stock of their wonderful her.lth foods. Treatments very reasonable. 1C5 W. Monroe, near M. E. Church. NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E. PASCOE, Notary Pnbfic!Convey ancing a specialty. Acknowledgments taken. 110 North Center street. ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edwards. EDWARDS & MORTON. Lawyers. 19 S. Center St. Phoenix, Arlx. AMBROSE & RICHARDSON, Llverv and Feed. Telephone 2SE1. 429 West Wash ington street. Phoenix. Arizona. BUSINESS CHANCES A Lovely Home Being a story and a half, six-room brick house, with two lots; within 3 blocks of street cars. Can be bought for S',600, Easy Payments Business Proposition A fine one on Washington street, producing $3,000 a year. Can be j -trchased with present investment of o.ily $7,000.00. This prop erty cheap at $2.0oo, but can be bought for less. TAYLOR. CSL SON Real Eatato and Investments No. 11 North First Ave. BEAR HUNTING IN DULUTH. A bear's greed resulted in his death Saturday. The animal had been accus tomed for two days to eat from a swill barrel intended for the pigs on .rercy Coleman's farm, a few miles from Duluth. At 7 o'clock in the evening, when Coleman was driving the wagon carry ing the swill barrel to the swine, he noticed a huge body in the darkness scarcely a yard in front of him. On closer inspection he saw it was an im mense bear of the cinnamon species, and becoming frightened, he, fired at the bear with his riHe, which he always carries on ..:s nightly trips to the city, but missed. Bruin lumbered off. After feeding the pigs he drove to the barn, and as lie unhitched the team, a bear jumped out of tho wagon, trotted swiftly away ana soon vanished it) the darkness. Saturday night Coleman drew the wagon, containing a full swill barrel in front of a window where he sta tioned himself. His vigil did not last long. Bruin soon appeared, leaped in to the wagon, pushed his snout into the barred and offered an easy shot to th. watcher. Coleman flied. The bear fell in a heap in tho wagon. The farmer then hitched up his wagon and drove to Du luth, disposing of it at Henry Folz's butcher shop. The animal weighed 410 pounds. His hide brought $40 and the meat was sold today. This is the twenty-fourth bear killed here within the past month. o COCOANUTS AT MOBILE. There is a great glut in the cocoanut maiket caused by unprecedented arrivals here. There are at present houseel and in boats seven and a half million cocoa nuts and four more vessels are clue that will add 800,000 to the number. The railroads are congested, and cannot make an impression on th;? stock, and there has been a slump in prices. Mobile Register. WHAT IS THE USE of suffering from Indigestion if you eat what you want, or of starving yourself to avoid such distress? Ack er's Dyspepsia Tablets taken after eating will digest your food perfectly and free you from all the disagreeable, symptoms of Indigestion and dyspep sia. Eat what you like at any time, and take an Acker Tablet afterward. Positively guaranteed. Your money will always be refunded if you are not satisfied. Write to us for a free sam ple. W. H. Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. T. F. Hudson Pharmacy.