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THE ARIZONA REPUBLIOAN, FHffiSTIX, "jfelfePAY MOraSTDSTQ-, JUKE 3,: 1890'.
MAT IS IT TO HEARST
tho Bill Was
Stewart and Hearst Desire
to Bo Heard.
Have These' Gentlemen Any Interest
in the Salt River Valley that Will
He Injured by the Bonds?
Tho Congrcstional Record of May 25
shows w hat disposition has been uiiulo,
at least temporarily, of tho North and
South railway bond bill.
When Secretary .Murphy returned
home from Washington, it will be re
membered that he said that he expected
that the bill would come up in regular
order on the calender on tho Saturday
following his arrival here, although he
was by no means certain about it.
The bill did not como up.
Why it did not. is shown from tho
Record of the 25th'ult.. bv the actinn of
certain gentlemen who, it is well under
stood m Washington, aro affiliated to a
greater or less extent with tho Southern
Tho question was on the order of busi
ness and the record is as follows :
Mr. Hale There are several bills on the cal.
cndar that I am Tcry much Interested in tuyst If.
5Lmi J?!gl" reached today. Still I am clear
tt-at it Is my duty to press the consideration of
the naval appropriation bill.
Mr. llutler Well.
Mr. Hale My motion Is In order.
Tho Vlccrresldent-The motio has been
agreed to, and the naal appropriation bill Is
already before the benate. Ihe Senator from
rKU.,?..ta,lln B0' &t it be laid aside and
JW1?..1""0 .P"! to the consideration of
the first bill on the calendar.
Mr. Halo I did not understand that the St n
ator inado that motiou. "
,.3- Wf" dld .maVo that motion, but of
course if the Senate is not Inclined to second It
I do not care any more about it than anybody
aJ,? )'.lee President-Does the Senator from
South Carolina withdraw the inotlonj
.1 r-.7.m-'?' Arktmsat-J w renew tho no.
- t - - " twu. .TVJUtll VUIUIIUJ Willi
draws it, for the reason that tho understanding
has been in the bonate here for weeks that the
morning hour would be Rlveu up every day to
the unfinished business, and that biturday
would be deoted to the calendar; and 1 do not
think the beuate ought to violate the under
standing. Mr, Ilale The understanding about the order
of business for the entire week, including Satur.
day for the calendar, has been subject to the
r,Sht 0.'.SaJr ' appropriation bills.
Mr. Allison Aluays.
Mr. Hale I moe that the Senate proceed to
the consideration of the naval appropriation
The VIce-lTesldent-The Chair hears no ob
jection, and the bill Is before the Senate ailn
Commltteo of the W hole.
Mr; S.uJltr-.1 move that the naal appropria
tion bill be informally laid aside and that the
Senate proceed to the consideration of the cal
endar under Kule VIII. This day has been set
apart for that business. There are inauy meas
ures on the calendar which ought to be con
sldered. The Vice-President The question is on the
motion made by the Senator from Booth Caro
lina that the naval appropriation,, bill be"in
formally laid aside and that the benato procel
to the consideration of the first bilk on-the calendar.
Mr. Hale I cannot consent to that. It Is tr e
eoneeded, unwritten law of the Senate that ao
propriatlou bills shall have the right oj war.
:v.-.I?M?Uea!,1-.-n.'J"-,or ,he lonsldemtlomlj
this bill for several days. We are now In the
midst of the bill, n tho midst of debate on
IH3dltig propositions, and can easily dWnoi-e of
the bill today. It Is Tery clear to me that In the
general order of business of the Senate nothing
can be so well done as to continue with the
consideration of appropriation bills when they
are up. Therefore, I must insist upon my mt-
-tr-Butler Of eourso I understand thorough
. ly well that the appropriation bills hate the
right of way; I have no doubt about that, but I
ha.d hoped that the Senator from Maine would
recognize the importance ol proceeding with
the consideration of bill on the calendar atU
allow the pending appropriation bill to be in
formally laid aside fur the time being.
. .! .imj aro always in order. There
has never been but one understandingabout that
so far as I have heard, on tho part of any Seu
ator, that appropriation bills luno the right of
way any day in the week. When there was
common understanding reached that the morn
lng hour should not be devoted to the calendar,
but should ye slicn totho regular unfinished
business, and that Saturday should be given In
stead of the morning hour to the calendar, that
v.v. ....... v uvvi.-t ,u appropriation bllli
I have never beard before of any one ralslne this
question that an appropriation bill when read?
jWiid not be considered; and all themes'
hi. i.-i, wwiuc io cruaie nas alreadr unt
nearly two days upon the naval. aDuro-.rhAt,
bill, is In the midst of Important aPm$ffiu
and may now easily dispose of the bill today
Therefore I appeal to Senator "to carryou
what Is the gincral understanding, and ha
K8," the unbroken rule oi tho Achate!
'.' ,.?.n?VJ ltQP-X.ro for the purpose of
faying that I hopcour friends uponthfcf idde
indeed, upon both, tides of the chamber, will not
consunie.ttnj; tlrao In motions or In insist nit
upon proceeding to the calendar to tho eic.1 us 22
of the consideration of the appropriation biU.
The motion suggested woulcf not be norO
od can not displace the unfinished tutt
ness by a mot on to proceed to, tin,
calendar under rule VIII. "it would. "
order to move to proceed to the consldwation 5
any given bill. ..
The Vlce-Presldent-That was the motion, tin,
proceed to tho conslderatioa f casU .on th?
calendar under rule Mil. w""
... ii...i . ft' r" -"- - mat respect.
requested me. if this bill catno up, to ask that
It go over until he could bo here.
Mr. Blackburn We cannot hear the Senator
from Texas, Mr. President.
Mr. Coke Tho Senator from California (Mr.
Hearst) desires to be here, and expects to have
something to say upon the bill proposed to be
brought up by tho Senator from Arkansas. He
cannot bo here today, and requested me, If the
bill came up or should bo reached, to ask that it
go over until he conld be here.
Mr. lilac kbum I should have made the same
request If tho bill had been reached.
Mr. Jones of Arkansas In view of the objec
tion which has been made, I will not press the
M.lln. filths. nnn ... Ua..h.am .... f fc. 11
uui.v .V1...IC. uyvM iuv 0-,-iiaic uunr, uui . BllHU
ask the consideration of the bill by the Senate
at an early day.
The bill was not considered last Sat
urday, either, probably for some such
reason as is shown in tho above proceed
ing, but what tho peoplo of Arizona and
Maricopa county would liko to know is,
what interest has Senator Georgo Hearst
of California and Senator Stewart of
Nevada in tho building of tho north and
National Bank of Arizona,
M. W. KALES, President. '
SOL. LEWIS, Vice-President.
GEO. W. HOADLEY, Cashier.
Capital, Paid Up,
Surplus, - . - -
M. W. Kalxb, j. Y. T. Smith, Sol. Lswis
Chablcs Goldman, Geo. w. Hoaduy.
There is talk of removing all the Ter
ritorial offices to Phoenix.
The Territorial Board of Equalization
met in Auditor Hurfips' nfflpo nt TWann
Foreman Blake wants all the boys of
ttie CnClnft OmimnilV in turn nut fni nnn.
eral practice tonight.
Justice Sherman vcaterdav clWhanMwl
llftll 1 .OO fillfirCKVl U'ltli aeanult l.n
offense having been committed in Pinal
Tho train from Maricona was ono hour
lato yesterday, tho delay being on ac
count of the delay of tho Southern Pa
cific east-bound train.
J. J. Chatham of Nogales has been ap
pointed a special agent to collect the
mo stock statistics of the southern half
of Arizona for tho census bureau.
Miss Cotton has placed on The Rk-i-ublican
table from hsr placo in tho
Calderwood addition a branch of apples,
half grown and remarkably well for
ward lor this season of the-year. "
The quarterly examination of teachers
was begun today with fourteen applica
tion for liMlflpifti.a ' Tho 'ni-..,fVl
is being' conducted" by' Probate Judge
11.1 vtnw nouJAl.l 1... It T ".
;""i "pawn uy in,., wans ana
Mrs. J.-L.'B. Alexander.
The inllnwlnf cNintlnmoti imainw)...
letr:iil toknur tlin rensnn nf XTorinnnn
COllntl-r .tnhn T.iilrn Tomnn nn.l f .. .
Milton E. Hammond, Phrenix ; O. Ill
Christy, country south of the Gila river
nrtil siAct j-if tfn i . 1 r
iV ."' ":. ' ucopn anu boutnern
Pacific railroad: P. C. Bicknel, district
north of tho Gila and west of Pha-nix
including Gold Hill, Harqua Hala and
other mining camps.
At tho fourth annual meeting of thd
Engine Company last night tho follow
ing officers were elected for tho ensuing
year: W. H. Blake, Foreman: J; W.
Crenshaw, 1st Assistant Kpman; R.
h. rowler. 2nil Aca'i-.tnnt Pv...J,.
John Beck, Secretary f." II. Seel iff.'
ireasurer. T,ra aro,.tWjenty mpmbera
good, siiin iri(1tho treasury.
The Bank of California San Francisco
fr w' . ui vaiiiornia ...... ..new xorK
;io rminn nun aiercnanis-uanx.ixis Angeles.
The Bank of Commerce St Louis
Consolidated Bank Tucson
Bank of Arizona Pretcott
N. M. Rothschilds & Son , London
THE L. W. BUM LUMBER CO.
TTAS REMOVED ITS OFFICE TO LONO it
XI Spangenberg's Hardware Store, where the
have Telephone communication with th .Y
. Spangenberg's Hardware Sti
; Telephone communication
the depot, which secures p;
. . t
near me depot, wmen secur
of all orders left at the office.
It. II. OBXCKt.
Phoonlx, . - Arizona.
A BSTRACTS OP TITI.RirAViwn mt
Lmost complete let of Abstract Books In
Maricopa Countv. we can furnish ilmnni. nr
Cltjr, Mine en Caual property on short notice
and reasonable terms
Pli). F.tfA atlt IfUlMAnt Tnixi..f.n. A.
the best cotnpftnle? dolngbuBlness on the I'aclfla
COftRt. QUKKNE & WOOD,
i im.-iiix, Arizona.,
Migfl r.ihhio nilliorf U (o!l f
1 nited States Marshal Paul will re
turn to Tucson today.
Deputy United States Marshal Neu
statter returned from Tucson yesterday.
Governor Wolfley did not return from
Tucson yesterday, haing remained to
attend the session of tho Territorial
Board of .Equalization.
Can You duets It?
Send your watch or jewelry to be rov
naired to St. ni.iirn .t io i-.i.- -
jewelers, and register your guess on. tho
next census of tho United States,
lliey will give away a liandsorae.W.P0
silver tilting set to the party, coming
nearest. They pay all chara. of seim
ing and returning your witfi arid crnar-
I have made, dynaseti. of the eye a
specialty for many, ycara. and if I can't
euro the uorsl case of difseascd eyes in
tho country, Ia.sk nothing for treatment,
llatreated hundreds of cases on tho
ho cure i no pay," rdan. Remember, if
'Motdq.wiiallsaylcan, it will cost
younuth ng. Consultation free. Offico
u resilience, opposite Phoenix Hotel
AUsliingtoa street. Phoenix, Arizona.
11 . A. IIYSE, ill
University of California.
TnSi .R5PHtAR CW"B OF LECTURES
will begin MO.NUAX JUNK 'd, at 9 o'clock,
-San Kranclsco. B. A. McLean. M. D . Dean.
h Merchant. areet,. corner Montgomery, San
Wcopa Loan and Trust -(h,
Incorporated. February 1, 1888.
PaW up. Capital $100,000.
fjOSETII W. SPAULDINO. President.
M. K. SPAULDINO, Cashier.
T. W. IIINK, Assfetaat Cashier.
Wells. Fanrn A Pr.'. n.nV a n
W T bi7.-.hT. j 7."- " "'
Northern UanklngC,. . Portland, Me.
Money Lned;on Real Estate or Pcj
"... cv-vucif, unu a general itft'.ikinir
BapWjig.Uouse Basement of Andcr
pPHCENIX IRON WORKS,
G. R. Williscraft, Pro
ALL KINDS OF MACIilNERY.
House and Ornamental Castings
Mado to Order.
ENGINES, BOILERS, MISING AND
Agricultural Macldnery Bought,
Sold and Repaired.
Works on Yavapai strest, near Jackson.
Our Constituency of readers under
stand that "Store News" is an import
ant factor in the latter part of the
Nineteenth Century, when volumes of
Pocketbooks are taken into considera
tion. We shall offer during the month' of
June many Special Attractions.
Commencing June 2, and Continuing
During the "Week, Extra Low Prices in.
Men's : Siime
f : Miff :
' fi- J
- Wo Have Concluded to Close Out Our Phoenix House.
WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK
1 ' i
Call and Examine Our Stock.
DILLON & KENEALY
N. B. Watch this apace for our Weekly Announcement.
Mr. Iluiler-Tbut tt ag the mow I S orlp.
Harris I hona w vhn ,i.J:?! ...Jlv.
consumption o ilme p'roieed withth.V Zl
Tlttt n IIIA n ... I .. ll.. .. .--
i i i i m3 pruvevu witn
. ... t VS" "' "le "PPfopnatlon bill m,a get that
out ol tho way as soon as iKisslble, and then ko
to the calendar. I am quite as anx ouVas an?
other Henator to go to the calendar '
The Vice l'reldent-I)oes the Senator from
Arkansas withdraw his motion:
. Mr. Jonos of Arkansas Yes. sir: I wlthtlmw
It. but Ml have len nlUag' &&mS2&
view olthe fact that the morning hour Yas
been consumed with regular business all the
time during the w eek and nothing on the eaten.
' "" voiiMuereu at all, 1 was goine to
nsk, after withdrawing the motion and BiWih
bill is taken tin. If ih.. a.
naal appropriation btl
:..itrviri:""r".,f ..B" up- we cr
' . ,'?.;"uul".l1"lup to call us
....... ..6..v ,., ,.,c WOI1 disposed of bv Mio
Benate some time since. I withdraw anywYble.
Pine rooms, free lath at tho Vendome.
Call On .Tim Ttrarllinrv Inr l.o nln.i
glass of lieer in the city.
A choice line of imported cigars at
Bradbury's, on Washington street.
Bradbury's, on Washington street, is
tllO nlnCfl In lmn in tnr an inn 1.1 l'
of beer, or for n rlrinb- nl !. iY
oldBourlwn whisky sold in tho city-of
Write to or call on
St. Claire & Pratt,
For a " Domestic Sew)njBTachinc,'
For "Domestic Pattorfls,'"
For Pianos or Organs,
For 'Perfect Artdproatic School Desks,"
For Wall Pajwrv Watches and Jewelry.
A carload. q.- fruit boxes at Kyder's
The Spvubucan is issued every day
in tb.year and tho subscription nnV
inl.lift.irionth, or $10 a year.
Ariw. Industrial Exposition
Forth Tair to be Held at Phoenix,
Arizona, October 14, 15, 16
and 17, 1090.
fhi.wif " """" ""i
13AKER & CAMPBELL,
deba'te":816-1' lhal bl" ''Ih Q ny ;
Mr. Stewart Yes; I obleostolti I
Mr. Hale The Senator Lpm.NcWida ohUoi. .. ' ,
matter. utf th. "Slepw.Vnd 'lw 111
In the conMderal on of rthe nural aDiironrUiinn
bill to Uko P aK little time mTJeWaS?
member who has an Interest In the Mil, anil 1
hope toMlthfoftJjii wlih ltveryshortly. I mar
say that! bad prepared to address tlfo SenalJ
so;iiewhat at length iiKn a very Imrnrtant
nHasufelntheblir, but 'i. am entire c?n "n
tp forego that and proceed with the oonsi.liCnl
1 hope other Senators will bo equally modes!
In addresnlpg the Senate. 7 moaesi
M.r. Jones of A;kanws I have no disposition
to cut off from the Senator from Maine ?wouW
be glad to hear whatever remarks he has to
jnalie but In asking permission to call up the
bill I have Just now mentioned, 1 am not will,
lng to be cut offby a single objection. I would
like to have the sense of the Senate as to
whether It will proceed to the consideration of
thJscat.0. If the Senator from Maine will yield
to me for that question. '
Mr. llale-What Utlie case? I do not mean
to be 111 natured or obsllrate about it. but of
course the Senator sees that If I yield to him a
dozen other Senators will ask mo to yield tu
them. Now, what Is the billr
Mr. Jones of Arkansas It is a bill which has
been here for soma time, providing for the rati
fication of an act authorising the subscription
by the county of Maricopa, Arizona, for certain
stock In a railroad, and voting bonds for the
building of the railroad, reported by the Com.
mlttie on Territories.
Mr. Hale I am Informed that the bill will
give rise to a long debute. Senators about me
declare that they wish to address the Senate
Mr. lllackbiiru What Is the bill?
Mr. Hale The Maricopa bill.
'Mr. Dlackburn Yes.
Mr. Coke I desire to state to the Senator from
Arkansas that the Senator from California (Mr.
Hearst) Is compelled to be absent today, and
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Ornc: Over National Bank.
Boot and Shoe Maker.
EST FRENCH KID LADIES' SHOES, HAND
l. wiweu, irom HIOI7. Mn'l Ht nnh
alf IJimts, hand sewed, from W to 112: cereed
iffS.?? T K'KuaVanTeed. ' RelSmj
a".lle"c1ogUnrtho'uysea"d P""" dne- "P P"
Maricopa and Phcenix Railroad.
In effect November 28, 1880.
TUESDAY, OCT. 14.
l.-Running Stake. 2 year-olds, bred, raised asd
owned In Arizona: K-rallo dash.
o ..i Kntrance.lW; added money, J0.
2.-Trottlng. Stallion stake; mile heats, 3 in fl.
. m ... Entrance, $25; added money, $125.
3. Trotting. 3 minute stake; mile heati, 3 in 5.
Entrance, $25; added money, $75.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15.
4. Trotting. 2:40 stake; mile heats, 3 In 5; En
. trance. $50; added money, $200.
5.-Runnlng, 3-year-old stake; Ji-mlle, 2 lu J.
.....w. ftfi. auucU 1UUI CT. E
e. Kunning. Kor all ages: one mile dash. En.
trance, $2o; added money, $7J,
THURSDAY, OCT. 16.
7.-Trottlngand Pacing. 2 48 stake: mile hMt
8.-Trottlng. 3-year old stakes; mile heats, 2 In
o vr.,3- JJntr?,nce' i d0ed money, $74.
9.-Runntng. For all ages; U-mlle "dash. ' En
, m ... "nce, 25; added money, $50.
10.-Trottlng. 2 year-old stake; milelieats. 21ns.
icntrance, $25; added money, $..
Distance waived. " r
FRIDAY, OCT. 17.
ll.-Runnlng Free for all; mile heats, 2 in i.
j w wt niii nine W
E. E. PROWELL,
Ct' Cutlery and Platedware
UNTIL THE STOCK IS ENTIltnLY DISPOSED OF.
ITHESHE STOCK OF1 THE
Best' and Purest Drugs
EVER ' BROUGHT TO PHCENIX.
8 In 6. Entrance,
13.-Running. 2-year olds; Ji-mllo and rt.
entrance, $25; added money, $56.
Elegant Toilet Artieles
. JFaney Goods, Perfumes, Soaps,
And All Articles Usually Found.
in First-Class Drug Stores.
We Have Closed Our Books and "Will
SELL FOR CASH OiSTLY-
Parties Indebted to Us Will Please Call and Settle.
t t r -
A -Bare Opportunity
IS. NOW OFFERED TO ANYONE WISHING TO ENGAGE IN
A First-Class Business.
27 .. ttnralnn
Trains stop on signal.
i.oi !." m.ake cll?'ie connection with Southern
L..,.n"- rKeH?"".. Tempo with. tage?
iVEiT 1 ' .""""""' "uu ro1' MCliOHrell.
., V . uuunJt
.D.A0iji, vice-rres. and Manager.
Trotting and pacing in harness.
AmHriin Tml(1. ABAAi..t
all races. -""a iion nue govem
Nomlnatfnn 1au. Qat.a.ka. . m.
.h'lf ?' enlrn?e must accompatry noiaiJ
nations balance paid SeotumhAra-. ' uoa-T
iTAIIIiAiiMnMHt.. iaii. ..
tart. ' or or tt
,J5e J0"1 of P'rcc'ors reserre the rfeM tr
hold entrance and start a race with a lesno '
M?r0fKtode.c,'Ie rac,cs o" when there 7?ff -1
races alternately, or to call a special n J
titled to If. Tn .n.-"7.c A ,! s en.
theentrance receired from the otto? '
entries of said race, but no added mone l,d nP
money only, except when disUnctaBlS '1 ?,"
then to nnt and tMrd money. "u .efield-
to first, 30 to second and 10 to Jraj4T 'P"'
free-for all trot, 2:40 classes and3-? ex,cfgl ln
when third horse has entmnoo.aF r-olddash.
UUnctoflmhoiwand30percei' J? cent of
Races commence at 1 p. n. shara" ' to jecond.
Blanlra In, a.iao .. w -?K each dar.
SecwurV. v"",c "" "'""' ned from the
The Dlreetors reserve tho iM . .
races on account of bad wmMuv " t0 P"tP"e
J. KeMttJ jw.Bocretary.
The lescriptitn Department is under thejeharge of
a Graduutelof onef tho beat Colleges of Pharmacy
In the country, an d especial attention is given to
Compiling Prescriptions, both Day and Night.
Call and See Us, Whether Ton Wist to
Purchase Anything or Not
-AS WE ARE KNOWN TO BE-
the: iiEirDi3src3- house
-In Our Lino In the Territory-
1 in Aim
The-QEQTO.HoTise Drug Storo Never Closes.
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