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THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC A 1ST. PHOENIX. THURSDAY MORIsTHSTG-, MAY 29, 1890.
THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
Published Every Hay in the Year.
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Dully, per uiuntti, by mall . . UK)
Dully, tlireo months, by mull -. 0
Dully, six montln, by mall . . . 'M
Dully, one enr, by null) 10.i
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Kntereil at the postollleo in matter of the
Tnr.UK la plenty of money In eneoiir
n'niK the miner.
Ki)i!o.'st vaulting ambition haw not
Smalleii counties will be the cry before
the next l.eghliituie.
Railhoi construction will speedily
follow the rumors now so lnuviilent.
The Wkkki.v Rkithuoan makes its
apienranco tcnlay. Only $2.50 a
Tiik next Legislature should abolish
the fee system. All olllees should be
Tiik Mormons should bo compelled to
relinquish their hold on tho public
schools of the Territory.
TiiKttn will bo twenty thousand people
in l'lucnix two years hence. Pasto this
in your note book as a prophecy.
Tiik boundary lietween Arizona and
Mexico is four hundred miles Ions: and
four men are guarding it. This is ridic
ulous. Evkn the Los Angeles Timet, which
rarely ever says a good word for any
lody or nnything, compliments tho Re
Tiik RhrtuiucAN is tho cnly paper in
Arizona that publishes daily a full re
port of the great sporting events of tho
Tiikhk should be no stop in the pur
suit of the Apaches who murdered
Robert Hardie until nil havu been shot
or brought to the scnUold.
Lovehs of racing, baseball and till
national sports should read Tiik Hi:
l'uiiuc.vx if they want to keep up to the
times in sporting matters.
Tiik final arrest of Eyrutid, the French
murderer, at Havana, is another in
stance of tho smallness of the world in
these days of modern invention.
Some of tho I)s Angeles clergymen
have begun n war uK)ii the Sunday
saloon. However it will be many
moons lcfore the city of tho Angels will
have dry Sundays.
The valleys in California are begin
ning to feel the effects of tho heavy snow
storms in the mountains last winter,
and tho damage to young grain will
amount to many thousands of dollars.
Some good work has been done in the
past few days in repairing tho bridges
over tho street ilumcs, but there are
still a number in a dangerous condition
that should receive immediate atten
tion. The organization of an Inter-American
bank will lxj bitterly assailed by the
English bankers. Like protection, its
object is to build up American interests
and this the capitalists of England do
Fai.se alarms for tho purpose of call
ing tho fire department together for a
business meeting should never bo al
lowed. "There i a right way and a
wrong way to do anything, and tho
wrong way is never the right way."
PitoniiiiTio.v camo up for a spirited
discussion in tho United States Senato
yesterday. Senator Faulkner, of West
Virginia, stated tho question correctly
when he said that high license was the
best means of regulating tho liquor
Oxk gentleman assured Tiik Kki'Uii
i.ica.n yesterday that ho would subscribe
flvo hundred dollars of tho necessary
capital for tho erection of sampling
works in l'lucnix. A few like this man
and such a plant can soon lie in opera
tion. Tiik Riu-uiiuca.v, to go the farthest
from l'lucnix, is sent to Col. II. E. Bayley,
of the 30th National Infantry, stationed
as llelgaum, Bombay, India. Col. Bay
ley is a brother of Mr. S. W. Bayley,
of this city, and the latter desirous of
showing him what wo had here sends
the Kki'Uiimcan as his silent messenger.
No place in tho country, of like popu
lation, has as many neat and elegant
teams and turn-outs as l'lucnix. A
grand boulevard kept in good condition,
with a good road houso at tho other end
of it, so as to give several miles of n
drivo and a rest half way, would bo a
benefit to tho city. Tho public streets
nro not calculated to develop speed or to
The Governor has made several
changes in tho Territorial Board of
Equalization. V. U. Bashford, of
Prcscott, has been appointed, vice W. S.
Head, resigned, and A. J. Dorun, of
Florence, vice E. M. Mills appointed
Deputy United States Marshal. Mr.
ltashford is tho Chairman of tho Re
publican Central Committeo of Yava
pai county, and one of tho foremost bus
iness men of Prcscott. Mr. Doran is a
Republican of Pinal county and promi
nently identified with tho development
of tho resources of tho Territory.
WORLD'S FAIR CLUBS.
Tin: RnriTiu.iCAN has previously called
attention to the importance of making
organized ctlbrt throughout the Terri
tory for an Arizona exhibit at the
World's I-air in Chicago in lblM.
Already the neighboring State of Califor
nia is organizing local clubs, appoint
ing committees, and making all prepara
tions for an exhibit which they claim
will ontiivnl that of tiny other State in
All residents of Arizona nro familiar
with the wonderful growth of California
in the last ten years and many have
marveled at it. There is nothing mar
velous about it when we consider tho
means used to produco it. On
every possible occasion California
lias taken adwtutago of tho op
portunities to advertise herself. At the
various expositions in tho eastern cities,
at Grand Lodge meetings, at political con
vention, California has sent her delega
tions in special cars loaded with the
products of her otchards and vineyards.
These delegations have kept open house,
and in addition to the good things
senod their guests to eat and drink,
they supplied them with tons of adver
tising matter setting forth in glorious
terms tho beauties of a residence in the
Golden Stale. Thousands of dollars
have lteen spent in this way, yet the
people of California propose to continue
in this work and spend many thousands
Arizona poxses-cs as fertile valleys
and as rich fruit-growing land as docs
her neighbor to the west. True, the
Indians in the past have been a serious
drawback to tho Territory but the white
settlers are much to blame for not mak
ing a letter showing. There has been
lack of united action and a faihtio to
subscribe funds to propel ly set forth
our advantages to the outside world.
The World's Fair will allbrd an oppor
tunity to show the Eat thnt Arizona is
not solely inhabited by Apaches and
desperadoes, but that her people are
enterprising and progresshe, her val
leys beautiful and fertile, and capable
of sustaining in luxury a dense jiopula
tion. It is time for concentrated action.
Let World's Fair clubs be organized at
once in every county in Arizona.
Gk.nkuai. Mii.es has submitted to the
War Department a plan for the disposi
tion of the Apaches which, if carried
out, would forever relieve this Territory
of further depredations by this mur
derous band. The Apaches are so blood
thirsty and villainous that nothing but
u complete breaking up of the tribe and
their removal to some station away
from their present mountain retreats
will ever stop their shooting white men.
A renewal of the former treaty with
Mexico allowing troops to cross the lor-
der would soon remit in the breaking
up of the renegade band now with
Kid. Tho murder of Hardie will
but encourage them to renewed activity
and only the most prompt action of the
government will prevent other murders
by this band. General Miles is a practical
frontier soldier and The Rei'uiii.ici.n'
earnestly hopes that the Washington
authorities will grant him full and iiiiuie
iliato iower to proceed in the manner
he has outlined.
PlKcnix is justly proud of the birth of
a seven-column daily, called The Aiii
zo.va Rei-uiii.ican. As its name im
plies, it is Republican in politics, but
states that it will ever endeavor to up
hold right as ngainst wrong and that it
will bo considerable of a free lance. The
Rei'uiu.ican is splendidly edited, while
its clean columns and neal appearance
show typographical skill and taste. It
will 1k published everyday in the year,
prints a complete telegraphic reiwrt and
is brimming over with home news. We
cordially welcome it to the ranks of Ter
Tim licit In tho Territory.
From the Tombstone Kpltupli.
The Aiti.o.VA Kki'iuimcax has finally
made its appearance. It is a seven
column daily, well printed on good
pajer, and its tyjwgraphieal get up
shows that the new paper employs
union printers. It starts out with a
largo amount of telegraphic news, will
be a seven day paper, and, as its naino
ndicates, will bo strictly Republican.
It is a fine looking sheet and at present
the best in the Territory. The Epitaph
wishes it success.
A Credit to Arlzonu.
Los AliKelcs Times.
Among tho welcome exchanges of tho
Times is the l'lucnix, Ariz., Kekuiimcax,
whoso first number apjeared on the
morning of the 10th instant. It is pub
lished by the Republican Publishing
Company, gives seven columns of good,
livo telegraphic matter, and its dress is
very attractive. The Republican is a
credit to Arizona journalism.
Doner h ii Liberal rail-ounce.
lOlobc Silver licit.
The first number of The Akizona Rei-uiii.ican,
published daily at Phumix,
made its appearance on the tilth. It is
an excellent paper in every respect;
contains six columns of telegraphic
news nnd market reports, nnd well filled
with spicy local news. Tin: Rei-uiimoan
is certainly deserving of illiberal patron
The Mut Ambitious ,f All.
(Sun Diego Union,
C. 0. Viegenfuss nnd Ed. 3. Gill, loth
well known newspaper men, have begun
the publication of a Republican morn
ing paper at Flnrnix, Arizona. Tho
first issue shows the work of trained
and capable newspaper men. It is tho
most ambitious paper in all its depart
ments tho Territory has probably ever
Tho Gila county jail is tennntless, for
the first time in several months.
Tho Fame Silver Minim: Oomnnnv
recently shipped from the Centennial
mill fifteen bars of bullion weighing
nearly 2,G00 ounces.
There is a general demand by the
nowspapers for iniprou'inciits of the
wagon roads of the Territory.
Already the Globe Silrer Ileitis urging
nteparotions for a Fourth of .Inly cele
bration in that enterprising little town.
Tho public school will close for the
summer vacation in a little more than
two weeks hence. During the ten
mouths now nearly punt, bat two weeks
have Wen given up to vacations, mak
ing an almost continuous term. Wo
venture the assertion that there are but
few districts in Arizona that can make
so lliittering a showing. Fiona Times.
Says tho Yuma Time; Politicians
are sharpening their weapons for the
coming fray. Wo arc reliably informed
that a number of candidates for im
portant offices are blossoming out from
tho county districts. The lluniuu Halas
and Aztec will have considerable more
to say at the next election than they had
at the last, for the reason that their
population have greatly increased.
Says the Globo Siicr Hell: "Tho
greatly required water works at San
Carlos Indian Agency aro now in suc
cessful operation. The pearly liquid
gushes abundantly and blesses unawares.
As this is the monumental ago, it is
now in order to perpetuate in Cummin
marble the form and features of Cap
tain . I. L. Bullis, 21th U. S. Infantry,
acting Indian Agent, who inaugurated
ProRrrs of ChrNtlanlty In .Inpnii.
The llochi Shimbun, a leading Japan-c-e
newspaper, discussing recently the
progress of Christianity in Japan, says it
is slow but sure. There is nothing
striking about the number of converts
added each year to tho roll of Japanese
christians or tiliout the increase of the
propagandists' ministrations. But, on
the other hand the foreign faith ad
vances surely and steadily, planting its
feet firmly as it goes and never re
trograding for an instant. Opportu
nities to tent the influence it has exer
cised upon the public mind are, of
course, lew and far between. Its dili
gence m the cause of female education
and its untiring efforts to impiovo tho
stature of Jupuncso women are also
quoted as easily discernible evidences of
the progress it is making. "In short,"
tho llochi Shimbun concludes, "that
Christianity will ultimately attain to
power by gradual and steady accumula
tion of merits is a fact of which we are
convinced by long observation. If it
progresses at its present rate its future
'I'rlncc Amaileo'ri Foreboding."
A correspondent of the Ixmdon Daily
Times narrates a singular fact, which ho
discribes ns "Prince Anindco's forebod
ing." When Prince Amadeo roturned
from Spain in 1S73 his wife, in his pres
ence, presented to the Philippine fathers
a white silk mantle, in which she had
wrapped her newborn infant dur
ing tho journey, and desired that it
should be used for some sacred purpo-e.
"Wo will use it to carry over the host,"
said one of the friars. "Yes," said the
duke of Aotn, "and you will see it when
you bring the viaticum to me." The
sacred baldaquin was made but never
used. lien the sad moment arrived in
which the viaticum was to Ikj carried to
the (lying duke one of tho Philippine
fathers recollected tlie words pronounced
in 1873 fetched the baldaquin. Under
it tlie host was actually carried to the
AKRIVED IN PJKEXIX.
The Famous Vitupatliic Phy
sician, Dr. .1. D. Mac
Sun Francisco, CuL, Whose Murrcl-
ous Cures Have Won for Him u
Now located for a limited tlmo only. In the
Moiilhon building, rooms land J, where he
and free treatment to tho poor, w hlle tho rich
are expected to aj a moderate fee.
Anyone who doubts his ability the follow lug
eas, selected from thousands of others on lllu
at his olllce, ought to satisfy them to the contra
ry'. One thousand dollars will be given for any
of them not genuine'
Kx. (iov. A. 1". K SafTord, of Arizona, cured
of nervous prostration In three weeks recom
mends Dr. Maclennau very highly.
Attorney-General Marshall' reply to Hon. T.
Omen of the Attouney-Gkskiul )
or the State of Camfoknia,
Sin Ke.scico, March Is, ISSI.)
Hon. T K. Jones My Dear Sir' I have JuU
recehed jour letter of the l.rth. Doctor Mac
lcnnan was of great and singular hervkcto me.
1 certainly would try him Iff weru In your
place. He has worked some wonderful changes
within my knowledge. Kejpectfully,
K. C. Marshall.
Now read what Doctor A. S. Huirhes. a infill.
cal practitioner of forty years, w horn Dr.MacI.cn-
nan cureu, nas 10 say:
testimony of doctoi: hughes.
The undersigned, a resident of tho town of
Slaughter, King County, W.T., hasten mulcted
for oer two years with a disease termed by
some physicians cplshelomlla, by others, tic
duuloureux, from which I havesullered at times
the moH excruciating pains, only relieved by
hot fomentation. The decease and naln started
In my upper Jaw on the right side, under the
right ale the nove. extcndliiL' mi throuirli the
bones of the face, and liimlly to the right side of
ine neau auet ling my ejes.
M vow n skill. Iteinira iiractlcliiir nhlclnn for
over forty years, anil counsel from several others
of good repute, failed to gle me any relief. I
applied to Dr. Maclzcunau and receted seven
treatments from him and In truth must say
that I was relieved of all pain. I sleep well,
cat without pain and enjoy a peaceful ana pleas
ant fctuto of mind.
A. 8. HuoilEH, M. D.
Dr. A. llovce. of Toledo. Wash., testifies-
"This is to certify that I was qultodcaf. I
called on Dr. Maclonnun and In three applica
tions he cured me. I recommend the doctor,
in I belleu- he Is doing much good."
Dr. A. Y. Ilocc, of Toledo, W. T., Prof. A.
Gonzales, of San Francisco, given up by his
iii)ftii-iuii! hi uiu oi hapiieu vitality aim par
alysis, was carried perfectly helpless to Mac
Lcniiiin and cured, now says;
"In less than one month I was enabled to
resume mv occupation as nrofesor of music
and violinist at the Tlvoll opera house, and
over since, ior over eigm jcars, nave continued
In good health without the slightest return of
mv weakness or disease."
Dr. Henry Slade says: "My case was con
sldcred Incurable by tho best physicians, but
Dr. Maelzonnan restored me the use of my limbs
in less than twenty minutes, being paralyzed
for over four months."
Key. John Btipp, Sole., Mini Co., Orefron,
writes: "llv the recommendation of mv son-
In-law, J. C. I.. Miller, whom jou treated sue
cesifully for rheumatism, mid his wife also for
a diseased shoulder nnd nervousness, I submit
my case 10 you.'
SAN JOSE I1EFERKNCES.
J W. Thomas. 811 South Flrtt street, who was
a great sufferer, going about on crutches, threw
incmaway aiier receiving ma tiuru treatment
from Dr. Maclennau.
Michael Mlnahan, residing lit 39 Julia street,
totally deaf In his left car, together with con
stant roaring and rlnglngln his head, was cured
the other day altera few treitments from Dr.
Dr. Muctaunau treats, succeisfullv. all broken-
down constitutions, nervous nnd general debil
ity, wenK spines, prolapsus nnu all Kinds oi
malo and female weaknesses, of a private
naturo or otherwise, broutrht on cither bv abuse
or excess, diseased liver, kidneys, stomach,
uvnri, lungs, turoai, neau, eyes ami cars, inter
lisl ulcers, loss of voice, weakness of tho limbs,
weak back, weak eyes, djspcpsla, rheumatism,
ndthina Hmlinhttlo nntnwti iljafimmi iIIaI.aIhu
epilepsy, consumption, paralysis, matured'
tumors, cancers ana many oilier chronic aim
painful diseases too numerous to be mentioned.
Consultation free. Dr. MaeLemmn. Monlhnn
building, corner Washington and Cortex streets.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE llhTliBLKHN l'UIN'G COMPANY.
WV, Charles O. Zlegenfuss and Kdwln S. Gill,
desiring to lncorjxirntc nursclveymdcr the pro
Moii8of the laws of the Territory of Arlzonu
and especially an Act of the Legislative As
sembly thereof, untitled, "An Act Concerning
Corporations," approved March s, 1SS7, for the
purpose of engaging In the lawful enterprise",
business pursuit ami occupation hereinafter
specified, do make, subscribe and acknowledge
according to law.thcso articles of Incorporation,
1. The name assumed by this c orporallon and
by w lilrli It shall bo known Is "Tho Republican
Publishing Company," anil Its principal place
of transacting business Is the City of l'luenix.
County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona; and
tho time of the commencement of this corpora
tion shall In) the day of the tiling of these, arti
cles, In the olllce of the County Recorder of the
County of Maricopa, lu the Territory of Ari
zona, and the termination thereof shall bo
twenty-IHe ('i") jcars thereafter.
2. The oiiternlses, business pursuit and occu
pation lu which this lorporution proposes
to engage Is that of establishing und
publishing a newsimper lo be known
and called The Aiuzona republican.
and such other newspupers ns the Hoard of
Directors of this corporation shall hereafter de
sire to publish; to carry on the buslnesi of
publishers generally, to do a general Job print
ing, engraving, lithographing and publication
business, niul toacmilre, possesn, hold and enjoy
and use all kinds of property. Incidental or con-
....Imit n.nniiiuinn. 1.. n.i.l nlill, thn An virl n iv
on of said business, and to buy and sell printing
presses, types and nil other kinds of apparatus.
Implements, furniture, tools and other property
convenient or u-eltil or necessary in and
at wilt tho said business hereinabove named; to
borrow money und contract to repay the same
at such time or times and with Mich
rate or rates of lnteiest as Its Hoard
of Directors see lit. and to hypothe
cate, mortgage or pledge all or any part
of the property of this corporation, and all or
any part of the property which this corporation
may hereafter uciiulre; to teeure the payment
of such money with Interest, or to secure the
payment of nny debt of this corporation with
such interest thereon ns It may legally obligate
Itself to pay
:S. The place w here this corporation w 111 have
Its principal olllce anil place of business, Is the
City of l'hojiilT, In the County of Maricopa,
Territory of Arizona.
4. Tlie amount of the capital stock of this
corporation shall be twenty-live thousand dol
lars i'i,(X)), divided into one thousand shares
of the par alue of twenty live dollars (i")
each, and the time when, and the conditions
upon which it Is to lie paid are as follows,
Fifty iier-centinn thereof Immediately upon
making the subscription thorefor, and the
balance whenever called for by the Hoard of
Directors of this corjioratlon.
5. The par value of each share of the capital
stock of this corporation shall be twtnty-five
. The highest amount of Indebtedness or
liability, direct or tontiiigeut, to which this cor
poration at any time Is to be subjected, Is the
sum of fifteen thousand dollars (f 15,000.)
7 The highest amount of lndcbtedncsi or
liability to which the corporation is at any time
to subject Itself, Is the turn of fifteen thousand
5. The Stockholders In this corporation and
their private property shall be exempt from the
corporate debts of this corporation.
it. The utlulrsof this corporation are to be und
they shall be. conducted by the Heard of
Directors, consisting of two iien-ons, who shall
bo elected annually by tho Stockholders, at
such tlmo and manner as shall be pre
tcrlticd by the lly Ijiw s of this corpora
tion, und nil of whom shall be sub
scrlliers to the capital stock of this coriioratlou,
and hereafter no jierson shall l eligible to the
olllce of Director unless he Is & btoekholder In
thecoriKiratlon: provided, Hint suld Hoard of
Directors may elect such olllccrs and appoint
Mich committees from their own number to aid
lu the management of the business and the con
ducting the aflulrs of the coiporatlon as they
may see lit, and vest In said otllcers und such
committees all such powcrslis they may deem
expedient The following named persons who
are subserllicrs to the capital slock of this cor
poration shall constitute the Hiiurd of Directors
of this corporation until the llrst Tuesday In
the mouth of June, ls'Ht, and until their ruc-
cessonuuiv iUilllueu, snail Do elected, to-wlt
Charles O Ztegenfuss. Kdwln S. (1111. Any tier
son ceasing to be u gtibcrllcr shall cease to lie
a Director, and hereafter If any Director shall
(case to )e a Stockholder he shall cease to ho
a Director, Vacancies In the Hoard of Directors
shall lie tilled by the remaining members of the
Hoard, Immediately, or as soon as practicable,
after the llllng of these articles In the olllce of
the County Recorder of theCountyof Maricopa,
Territory of Arizona, the tiersons named herein
as Directors to serve until the llrst Tuesday In
the month of June. A. I). lSOii, and until their
successors duly iiunlitlcd shall lie elected, shall
meet mid organize as a Hoard of Directors, adopt
lly Ijius, and prescribe lu s-ild lly-l-itus the
method of culling meetings of the Hoard of
Directors and htix'kholders, A majority of said
Directors shall be a iiiionim for the transaction
of the business of said Hoard.
The Stockholders of the corporation are
herebj authorized and cmoereil to Increase
oruiminisn ine iimnocroi ineiiicinners consti
tuting the Hoard of Dlrecors of this cor
poration, by a vote of the majority of the sub
.nV.ul f.i.i.l.nl .......I- ...i.l ..int. .k...n ...I.. ...Il..l
or held snail entitle the subscriber therefor
or holder thereof to one vote at all meetings of
the subserllicrs to or holders of said stock, and
In rase the Mid subscribers tu or holders, of the
capital stock shall by vote Inert use the numlier
of members of the said Hoard of Directors, the
laemoers oi sum jioaru inns created snnn eacn
hae the same iKiwersuscach of the two mem
liers of said Hoard created by these articles.
10. The Hoard of Directors of this corporation
shall have power to establish bylaws and
make all rules and regulations deemed expe
dient for the management of the atluirs of tills
corporation and the officers thereof, not Incon
sistent with the Constitution and the laws of
the United States and the laws of the Territory
In witness w hereof, we have hereunto set our
nanus und seals, this third day of May, A. D.
SEIL. C'HAItLLSO ZlEOENFUfB.
SEAL. KlIWIN S. UILL.
TEnlllTOKV OF ARIZONA,) ..
Count v of Mahicoi-a. ( "s
Ilcforc me, Clarke Howard, a Xotnry Public In
and for said County mid Territory, duly com
missioned and sworn and residing therein, on
this day personally appeared Charles O. Zlegen
fussand EdwinS. Gill, know u to me lo be the
persons w hose names are ubscrllied to the fore
going Instrument, and acknowledged to me Hint
they and each of them executed the same for
the purpose and consideration therein cxpresed.
Given under mv hand and sell of olllce, this
third day of May, A. D. INK).
seal. Claiike Howard.
Filed and Recorded at request of Kdwln S.
Gill, MnyLV,, IS1), at 3: 10 o'clock p. m.
Xeiu Oshoiin, County Recorder.
HyKuoENE Graham, Deputy Kecorder.
Territory of Arizona,)
COUNTY OF MAHICOI-A j hs
I, Nerl Osborn, County Recorder In mid for
the County nnd Territory aforesaid, hereby
certify that I huve compared the foregoing copy
with the original Articles of Incorporation filed
and ret ordeil In my office on the twenty-sixth
day of May, 1KW, In book No. 1 of Articles of
Incorporation, at pugeWI, etc., nnd that the
same Is a full, true and correct copy of such
original and of the whole thereof.
Witness whereof my hand and i cal of ofll ce this
twenty-sixth day of May, Ibyo.
seal. Nnni Osiiorn,
Redondo Beach, Cal.
This new and magnificent hotol was opened to
the public May 1st. It Is the most thoroughly
equipped and best furnished house on the t'a
clllc Const. Two hundred and seventy-five
rooms, replete with every convenience: lire
place, hot nnd cold water, Incandescent lights,
electric cull mid return system. Standing in the
center of a twenty-two acre tract, under high
cultivation, two huudrtd feet back from the
ocean bluff. Aro llghls on the grounds. Finest
surf bathing In America. The house has a fine
Oils elevator and by far the handsomest music
and dancing hall In Calilorutu. The dining
room Is a perfect gem of artistic perfection, su
jierbly furnished nnd so arranited that every
seut commands a view of the oct an. There Is a
gallery at one end, w here a lino band plays for
the evening dances; also playing on tho veranda
In the morning, In the music and dancing room
at night. Morning genitalis will be a feature of
the house. The cuisine will alio be a promi
nent factor. The house and surroundings are
simply perfection new, sweet snd clean and
must be seen to oo appreciated. Tlie Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fo runs six trains dally from
Los Angeles. The company own their on n rail
road, running to Los Angeles, connecting with
the Grand Avenue cable system, running twelve
finely-equipped trains dally each way, landing
passengers right back of the hotel. There Is a
pier, where boats from San Francisco, San Diego
and other points make regular landings. Steam
and sailing yachts can be had. The fishing Is
the finest on the coast. There is a bluff and In
terior drive, commanding a fine view of tho
ocean, San Gabriel vulley, Wilson's 1'enk, Old
Haldy, Sierra Mudro range of mountains. Terms
same as other first-class houses. Special rates
for permuneiits and families. All letters address
to the manager.
E. W. ROOT, Manager.
The quickest returns for the least money
are to be obtained from the REPUBLI
CAN'S Want Columns. Situations
ranledJelp Wanted, For Rent, For Sale,
To Let, To Exchange, one cent a word each
insertion, or by the month at five cents per
Hue a day.
170 It SAI.K-AT A HAROAIN, LOTS IN COL
I; llns' addition. Apply nt this olllce.
ANTKD-A WOMAN TO DO CIIAMHER
work ut the Gregory House. lw
170 R SALE-A PA lit OF HAM11LETONIAN
1 horses. Well matched and well broken
to carriage or wagon. S. D. LOONT.
WA. HYDE, M. D., HOMEOPATHIC
, physician. Diseases of women and
children mid chroulii diseases a stieclalty. Office
and residence opposite Phoenix Hotel, Washing
ton street, Phoenix, Arizona.
HF. ROBINSON, SURVEYOR AND
.draughtsman. All work done promptly,
correctly and neatly. Olllce with the Arizona
R. SCOTT HELM, PHYSICIAN
surgeon. Olllce, Fry building.
1LARK HOWARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Otlke in Porter block, Pha-nlx, A. T.
GO TO THE FASHION BARBER SHOP FOR
shaving, hair cutting, shamiioolng, bath
ing, hair singing. Ladies work done at the shop
or residence. Prices to suit the times. Opposite
tliu Opera House. FRANK SHIRLEY, pro
prietor. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, CORNER CENTER
and Jellerson streets. Only house employing
White help throughout. HKRRICK & LUHRS,
T OST-LEFT BY THE OWNKR AT SOME
JLplace where she called on .Monday, Huh
lust, a black silk parasol w ith golden handle
engraved "Addle Klnsie." Finder will please
leave the smne at this oihee. 3t
H. S. GORDON,
Ross House-Painter of l'liuMiix.
GBUMNG, STUMNG AND IHRD-WOOD FINISHING.
HOUSE-PAINTING IN ALL BRANCHES.
PHCENIX DION WORKS,
(J. R. Wilfall, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
House nnd Ornamental Castings
Miule to Order.
ENGINES, UOILERS, MINING AND
Agricultural Machinery Bought,
Sold anil Repaired.
Works on Yavapai street, near Jackson.
Arizona Industrial Exposition
For the Fair to be -Held at Phuiiiix,
Arizona, October 14, 15, 10
and 17, 1H90.
TUKSHAY, OCT. 11.
-Running Stake. 2-year-olds, bred, raised and
owned in .ruona; 'j-mne tiusn.
Entrance, 110: added money, t'0.
Trotting, htalllon stake; mile heats, 3 In 5.
Entrance, i": added money, f 125.
Trotting. 3 minute stake: mile heats, 3 In 5.
f.utrance, o; auueu money, o.
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 15.
Trotting. 2 MO stake; mile heat, 3 In 5; En
trance. J.V); added money, J2U0.
THURSDAY, OCT. 1C.
Trotting and Pacing. 2:H stake; mile heats
;i in o. r.iiiraiice, ?-u; auueu
-Trotting. 3-tarohUtakes;mlle heats, 2 In
3. r.mruncc, f j.i; auueu money, til.
-".tinning. For all ages; '4-mlle dash. En
trance, 25; added money, J50.
Trotting. 2-year-old stake: mile heats, 2 In 3.
jininmcc, -; auueu money, too.
FRIDAY, OCT. 17.
II. Running. Freo for all; mllo heats, 2 In 3
Entrancc, 2Jj added money, 1100.
l.i Fulling or i nciug. r rew luiau. nine Jirmi,
3 In 5. Entrance, V); added
13. Running. 2-year-olds; -milo and repeat.
Entrance, $25; added money, $.j0.
Trotting and pacing la harness.
Amerlcuu Trotting Association rules govern
Nominations close. September 1, 1830.
One-half of entrance must accompany nomi
nations; balance paid September 25.
Four or more entries to fill; three, or more to
The Hoard of Directors reserve tho right to
hold entrance and start a race with a less num
lier or to declare races on when there aro less
than three to start, also to trot heats of any two
races alternately, or to call a special race be
tween heats, or to change the date of race.
For a "walk-over" In any race a horse Is en
titled to Its own entrance fee and one-half of
the entrance received from the other paid up
entries of said race, hut no added money.
A horse wlnnlnir a race Is entitled to first
money only, except when distancing tho field-
then 40 n rat ami tniru money.
Stakes divided Into three moncyt, CO per cent,
to first, 30 to second and 10 to third, except In
free-for-all trot, 2:10 classes and 2-) ear-old dash,
hen third horse has entrance, 70 per cent, of
balance to first horse and 30 ier cent to second.
Races commence at 1 P. M. sharp each day.
Blanks for entries can be obtained from the
The Directors roscrro the right to postpone
, 3-year-old stake: ?.-intle, 2 In 3
r.iiiraiice, ?a; auueu money, t'
ng. For all ages; one mile dash. En
trance, i"; added money, j.
races on account oi baa weatner.
J. MCMILLAN, Secretary.
Wm. II. Taylor, President.
RUIN AND LO WDM IRKS
S. E. Cor. Ho"vard iihd Beale, San Francisco.
MINING AND MILLING MACHINERY, ENGINES,
Boilers, Sheet-iron Water Pipe
For Mining and Irrigation Purposes.
Agents for the Pacific Coast of
Bryan's Holler Quartz
Cheapest and Most Perfect Roller Mill Made-
Exclusive Agents for the Pacific Coast of
Steel Pulley and Fox's
Full Descriptive Circulars of any
Kupferle Bros. Manufacturing Co.
MISSOURI BRASS FOUNDRY,
STEAM AND GAS PIPE WORKS. .
600, 602 and 604 Second St., cor. Washington Ave., and 119 Washington Ave.,
ST. LOUIS. MO.
MANUFACTUKEItS OF KVJJRV VARIETY OF BRASS WORK FOR ENGINE BUILDERS,
Steam and Gas Vipe Fitters, l'lumtwrs. Hardware Trade, etc. Cast and
eable Iron Fittings, Joblers of Wrought Iron Welded Tnbos for steam, gas and water.
Leather and Rubber Helling, 1'acklng and Hose. Sole agents for Cameron's (special Steam
I'ump, the most efficient, durable and economical steam pump In ute. Root's Patent Blowers.
PENNSYLVANIA STEEL CO.
10 to 70 jhuiihIh per yard.
Steel Rails and Curves
AND STEEL SPLICE PLATES.
FORGINGS, BILLETS AND BARS,
BLOOMS AND INGOTS.
General Office. 208 South Fourth St.,
Works. Steelton, Pennsylvania.
ZECKENDORF & CO.,
Keep the Largest and Most Complete Stock of Goods
Dry Goods and Fancy
Orders by Mail Promptly Filled.
Road and Ranch Wagons.
BRUSH ELECTRIC LIGHT
THE BRUSH INCANDESCENT ELECTRIC APPARATUS
IS PRONOUNCED BY USERS TO BE
SUPEBIOR TO ALL OTHERS,
THE BRUSH AEC DYNAMOS AND LAMPS
WITH THEIR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS, CONTINUE TO
LEAD AS HERETOFORE.
BKND FOB A CATALOGUE TO
THE BKITSH ELECTRIC COMPANY,
R. S. Moore, Sup erintendent
OF ALL KINDS OF
Heine Patent Safety Boilers, Macbeth
of the Above Sent on Application.
FROG SWITCH AND SIGNAL
STEEL KAIL FItOGS.
Of the best and most approved patterns
STEEL CROSSING FROGS.
Of superior excellence and durability.
LORENZ SAFETY SWITCHES.
Of Eeveral approved patterns.
IMPROVED SPLIT SWITCHES.
SWITCH STANDS AND FIXTURES
For automatically ringing alarm bells
at highway crossings, requiring no
electrician. Saves the expense of
watchmen. Sold on trial.
and Gents Furnishing Goods,
-Household Goods .
-Household Goods .
-Household Goods .