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tffiij AONA RJUBLJOAlSrPHCENlX, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JTJNE 4, 1890.
AT THE ASYLUM NOW,
The New Board Inspects
of lietter Sanitary
The Present Condition and What Is
Proposed to No Dono to
Tho sanitary condition of tlio Territo
rial Asylum for tho Insane has been dis
covered to be in a horrible condition.
In fact, but for the wonderfully health
ful climate of the Salt River Valley, it
is unquestionably a fact that the death
rate amongst tho inmates of that insti
tution must have been appalling.
It is not the province of Tim Repub
lican to just now llx tho responsibility
for this sort of thing. Tho asylum, save
for its supcrintendency and minor official
positions Which will no doubt be
1 changed before long is in dillerent
hands now, and tho now commissioners
proposo to go about remedying tho exist
ing condition of affairs as soon as that
work can possibly bo accomplished.
On Monday, Commissioners Monihon
mid Hardy, with Secretary Knapp, paid
an official visit of inspection to the in
stitution, going over it thoroughly.
Naturally, tho llrst matter to attract
their attention was tho sanitary condi
tion. It is perhaps duo to tho oldinan
agement and to the present Superinten
dent, Dr. Titus, to say that affairs are
kept in as good condition as is possible
with tho present facilities. Tho closets
are as clean as they can' bo kept, but
there is no adequato means of carrying
oil" tho sewage accumulating from so
largo a number of individuals, many of
whom, besides, can take no caro of
themselves. Tho attendants do what
they can, under very discouraging cir
cumstances. Hut there is absolutely no
place to hich tho slops can bo carried.
Tho new Board at onco appointed a
committee to suggest a remedy for this
sort of thing, and it has been
almost decided to put in a
sewer threo and a quarter
miles long to tho river. That would bo
tho best method of caring for tho sew age,
and a competent engineer is to bo cm
ployed at once to ascertain whether the
scheme is feasible. If it is not, then a
cesspool will be built at a sufficient dis
tance from tho building, and of sufficient
capacity, to at once carry tho refuse so
faraway that it will not be offensive
and, at "the same time to contain all tho
Tho grounds are to bo laid out in some
sort of ornamental shape, to provide
a pleasant place of resort for tho un
fortunate demented for the new lard
will probably find available that much-talked-of
$8000 appropriation that the
old commissioners would not touch
and perhaps tho hot yard", u ailed with
brick, in which the inmates are com
pelled to take the air, can bo mado
pleasantly habitable by the planting of
grass and slmdo trees. As it is, they
are prison pens, pure and simple,
scarcely more habitable than red-hot
Another improvement in contempla
tion h tho lighting of the grounds and
building with incandescent lights, ne
gotiations leing under way for tho run
ning out of wires by tho Phumix Elec
tric Light Company. It has been found
thnt this will nrobablv be the most eco-
nomical.as it is certainly the most desir-
. . Ii .i i!i.. i. 1.. .11. li
able meuiou ui uguiiug mu uuuuui.
The water supplv is found hardly
adequato to the need's of tho institution,
lnrcelv for tho reason that tho pump
used 'to supply it is in bad working
order, ana negotiations are penning uu
tueon tho water company and tho com
missioners looking to the laying of a
mam from tno l'muutx stanupipe to me
Asylum, thus affording a constant, uni
form sunnlv of the purest water and af
fording the only possible protection
As it is, there is little or no protection,
and in this dry climate a blaze would
quickly reduce tho wholo structure to
ashes, with, perhaps, an accompanying
loss of life only surpassed by some of
the greatest holocausts of modern times.
The now commissioners, on the whole,
have lxjgun in exactly the right way,
and their course doubtless will receive
the commendation of tho people and the
press of tho entire Territory. There is
no duty more sacred than the caring for
tho insane, who, In oldon times, woro
regarded as sacred beings, upon whom
rested tho hand of God.
Njcw York, June 3. In the Mock Market to
day only Sueur refineries showed any activity
equal to that ol the past few da), and while,
ow lng to a false report of a declslonof the Court
or Appeals against the Sugar trust, the market
was feverish and unsettled for the entire fore
noon, In the afternoon took a marked stronger
tone and n material advance was scored through
the entire list. The cloe w as acth e and strong,
at the lest prices of the day,
. Governments dull.
Petroleum, spot, opened at SRJJc and closed
dull at 87.
Closing quotations were as follows:
United States Is, registered
United States Is, coupon
United States I1 js, registered
United States 4Us, coupon.
1'nclfloGs .... .
llurlington - 10754
LacVawanna .. .. . H
Penterand IlloUrande 19
Kanvis and Texas . Wi
UkoShore ... lnji
Louisville and Nashville.... W,
Michigan Central 0$1
Missouri I'acl lie 74K
Northern Pacific, preferred.
New York Central
Oregon Nalgatlon .. .
Oregon Short Line
St. Paul and Omaha ..'.
Union Pacific . ... ... . .
United States Express
Wells Fargo Express
Western Union ...-- -. .
American Cotton Oil
. .. 4s!
:. ; Sk
Money on call, easy at3jyfl per cent.
Prime Mercantile Faier, 4?i0K per cent.
Sterling Exchange, quiet and fairly steady; CO
day bills, $1 81; demand, $1 86.
Bar Silver, II Olfi.
New York Mining; Stocks.
Nkw York, June 3. Following are closing
Brunswick Con. 1 CO
Caledonia, Black Hills 1 90
Deadnood. , 1 50
Homestake 9 60
Horn Silver . 3 50
Iron Silver 2 00
Ontario , 4 00
Ophlr 4 00
Occidental 1 00
Plymouth 7 00
Phoenix, Arizona ,,.. 1 05
flutter Creek , 1 40
Boston Stock Market.
- Boston, June 3. Following are closing quota
tions: Atehtsbu, Topeka and fanta Fe. , 48
Mexican Central, common 29
Mexican Central, bond icrlpt
Mexican Central, first mortgage bonds
Ban Diego k 23
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
San Francisco, June 3. Mining Stocks closed
Pest Belcher t 2 90
Chollar ...... , 3 CO
Con. Virginia 4 60
Confidence. .,.,... 5 C2J$
OouldiL Curry 1 83
Halo A Norcrou , 2 65
l'otosli C 50
Ophlr.,.., 4 45
Savage ..,, 1 95
Sierra Kovada 1 85
Union Con 2 60
Yellow Jacket 3 00
w York Coffee anil Sugar.
Nkw York, June 3. Coffee Options closed
barely steady, 'JOC10 points down. Sales, 35,750
tugs June, at (17 20; July, 116 9017 05; August,
IC 80 16 90. Spot Klo, nominal; fair cargos, 20.
No. 2, Uat bean, 118 51.
Sugar Raw, firm. Sales, 400 hhds Muscovado,
89 test, 4jc; 200 bags centrifugals, 96 test, 5$o;
cargo do, 96 test, 4Uc, C and F; 2000 bag mo
lasses Sugar, 89 test, IJJe. Refined, firmer; cut
loaf, a 15-16c; crushed, a 15-lGc.
Wool Firmer; domestic-fleece, 3436e.
Copper Nominal; Lake, June, $15 60.
Lead Unchanged; domestic, 4 30.
Tin Steady; Straits, 210.
Chicago General Markets.
Ciiicujo, Juno 3. Rye Easy, 53c.
Short Hlbs-15 005 10.
Bhoulders-$J 105 20.
Short (Ucar-15 503 CO.
Chicago Cattle Market.
CmcADo, June 3, Cattle 'Receipts, 8,000.
Steady to easy. Beeves, It 8035 00; steers, 13 80
t 70; stockers and feeders, U 403 70; Texas
steers 2 1 TiOt 2".
Hogs Receipts 27,000; market slow and clos
ing lower; mixed, $3 7081 00; heavy, $3 754 01;
light. 13 MtfM 00.
Sheep Receipts, 1200; steady; shorn na
tives, U 75(35 75; western $1 0J5 50; Texans,
Chicago Wheat Market.
Chicaoo, June 3. As a result of the conflict
ing crop reports, Wheat is active and unsettled,
opening HQlio lower than closing yesterday,
and further declined He. Growers rather over
sold themselves and, with good buying, prices
advanced Irregularly lCillc, and then cased
off. Closed Ho higher for July, o for Septem
ber; K" for August and ?c for December than
closing yesterday. Receipts, 231,000 bushels;
San Francisco Wheat.
San Francisco, June 3. Wheat Steady;
buyer '90, II 41?
Ilarlcy-Quiet; buyer '90, U 10.
Com-ll 051 25.
Slhcr llars-l 03$1 01.
English Wheat Market.
Liverpool, June 3. The Wheat market today
is steady. Holders offer moderately.
Com Steady, demand fair; new mixed West
ern, 3s 01 per cental.
Philadelphia, June 3, Wool Unchanged.
The 'juiciest returns for the least money
are to be obtained from the REPUBLI
CAN'S Want Columns. Situations
Wanted, Help Wanted, For Bent, For Sale,
To Let, To Lxchange, oie cent a xcord each
inserljon, or by the month at Jive cents per
line a day.
R SALE-A PAIR OF HAMBLETONIAN
horses. Well matched and well broken
to carriage or wagon. S. D. I.OUNT.
AKER A CAMPBELL, ATTORNEYS AT
iavi. umie: over .National nan.
WA. HYDE, M. D., HOMEOPATHIC
, physician. Diseases of women and
children and chronic diseases a specialty. Office
and residence opposite Pha-nlx Hotel, Washing
ton streetfPhienlx, Arizona.
HF. ROBINSON. SURVEYOR AND
draughtsman. All work done promptly,
correctly and neatly. Office with the Arizona
R. SCOTT HELM, PHYSICIAN
surgeon. Office, Fry building.
C1LARK HOWARD. ATTORNEY AT
j Office In Porter block, Phoenix, A.T,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
00 TOTIIK FASHION BARBER SHOP FOR
(having, hair cutting, shampooing, bath
ing, hair singing. Ladles work done at the shop
or residence. Prices to suit the times. Opposite
the Opera House. FRANK SHIRLEY, pro
prletor. flOMMERCIAL HOTEL, CORNER CENTER
vand Jefferson streets. Only house employing
white help throughout. HERRICK & LUIIRS,
H. S. GORDON,
Boas House-Painter of Phoenix.
CRUMC, STAINING AND HARD.WOOD FINISHING,
HOUSE-PAINTING IN ALL BRANCHES.
, G. R. Williscraft, Prop.
ALfL KINDS Otf .MACHINERY.
House and Ornamental Castings
ENGINES, BOILERS, MINING AND
Agricultural Machinery Bought,
Sold and Repaired.
Works on Yavapai street, near Jackson.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
We, Charles O. Zlegenfuss and Edwin S. GUI,
desiring to Incorporate ourselves,undcr the pro
visions of the laws of the Territory of Arizona
and especially an Act of the Legislative As
sembly thereof, entitled, "An Act Concerning
Corporations," approved March 8, 1887, for the
purpose of engaging In the lawful enterprises,
business pursuit and occupation hereinafter
specified, do make, subscribe and acknowledge
according to luw,thcte articles of Incorporation,
1. The name assumed by this corporation and
by which it shall be known Is "The Republican
Publishing Company," and Its principal place
of transacting business Is tho City of 1'lucnlx,
County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona; and
the time of the commencement of this corpora
tion shall te tho day of tho tiling of these arti
cles, in the office of the County Recorder of the
County of Maricopa, In the Territory of Arl
zona, and tho termination thereof shall be
twenty-five fl&) years thereafter.
'2. The enterplscs, business pursuit and occu
pation In which this corporation proposes
to engage is that of establishing and
publishing a newspaper to be Known
and called Tiik Ahizona Republican.
and such other newspapers as the Board of
Directors of this corporation shall hereafter de
sire to publish; to carry on the business of
f publishers generally, to do a general job print
ng, engraving, lithographing and publication
business, and to acquire, possess, hold and enjoy
and use all kinds of property, Incidental or con
venient, or necessary, in and about the carrying
on of said business, and to buy and sell printing
presses, types and all other kinds of apparatus,
Implements, furniture, tools and other property
convenient or useful or necessary In and
about the said business hereinabove named; to
borrow money and contract to repay the same
at such time or times ami with such
rate or rates of interest as its Board
of Directors see tit; and to hyiothe
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 liereaftcr acnulre; to secure tho payment
of such money with Interest, or to sccuro the
payment of any debt of this corporation with
such Interest thereon as It may legally obligate
Itself to pay.
3. The place where this corporation will have
Us principal office and place of buslnexs, is the
City of Phwulx, lu tho County of Maricopa,
Territory of Arizona.
4. The amount of tho capital stock of this
corporation shall be twenty-five thousand dol
lars (i'),U00), divided Into one thousand shares
of the par value of twonty-tlve dollars (lib)
each, and the time when, and the conditions
upon which it Is to bo paid uro as follows,
Fifty per-centum thereof Immediately upon
making the subscription therefor, and the
lalanco whenever called for by tho Board of
Directors of this corporation.
b. The par value of each share of tho capital
stock of this corporation shall bo twenty-five
C The highest amount of indebtedness or
liablllty,dlrect or contingent, to which this cor
poration at any time is to be subjected, Is the
sum of fifteen thousand dollars (1.VXD.)
7. The highest amount of Indebtedness or
liability to which the corporation is at any time
to subject Itself, Is the sum of fifteen thousand
8. The Stockholders in this corporation and
their private property shall bo exempt from the
corporate debts of this corporation.
9. The affairs of this corporation are to be and
they shall be. conducted by the Board of
Directors, consisting of two persons, who shall
be elected annually by the Stockholders, at
such time and manner as shall be pre
scribed by the By-Laus of this corpora
tion, and all of whom shall bo sub
scribers to tho capital stock of this corioration,
and hereafter no person shall be eligible to the
office of Director unless he is a Stockholder in
the corporation; provided, that said Board of
Directors may elect such officers and appoint
such committees from their own number to aid
lu the management of the business and the con
ducting tho affairs of the corporation as they
may see fit, and vest in said officers and such
committees all such powersHs they may deem
expedient. The following named persons who
are subscribers to the capital stock of this cor
poration shall constitute the Board of Directors
of this corporation until the first Tuesday in
the month of June, 1890, and until their suc
cessors duly qualified, shall be elected, to-wlt;
Charles O Zlegenfuss, Edu in S. QUI. Any per
son ceasing to be a subscriber shall cease to tie
a Director, and hereafter If any Director shall
cease to be a Stockholder he snail ceao to bo
a Director. Vacancies in tho Board of Directors
shall tie filled by the remaining members of the
Hoard, Immediately, or as soon as practicable,
after tho filing of these articles in the office of
the County Recorder of the County of Maricopa,
Territory of Arizona, tho persons named herein
as Directors to serve until tho first Tuesday In
the month of June, A. D. lb'jo, and until their
successors duly qualified shall be elected, shall
meet and organize as a Board of Directors, adopt
By-Laws, and prescribe in. said lly-Lans the
method of calling meetings of the Board of
Directors and Stockholders. A majority of said
Directors shall Ijo a quorum for the transaction
of the business of said Hoard.
The Stockholders of the corporation are
hereby authorized and empowered to Increase
or diminish the number of tho members consti
tuting tho Board of Dlrecors of this cor
poration, by a vote of tho majority of the sub
scribed capital stock, and each share subscrilxtd
or held snail cntli e the subscriber therefor
or holder thereof to one vote at all meetings of
the subscribers to or holders of said stock, and
In case tho said subscribers to or holders of the
capital stock shall by vote Increase the number
of members of the said Board of Directors, the
members of said Board thus created shall each
hae the same powers as each of the two mem
bers of said Board created by these articles.
10 Tho Board of Directors of this corporation
shall have power to establish by-laws and
make all rules and regulations deemed expe
dient for the management of the aflalrs of this
cornorutlon and the officers thereof, not incon
sistent with the Constitution and the laws of
the united States and the laws of tho Territory.
In witness whereof, wo have hereunto set our
hands and scab, this third day of May, A. D.
SKAL. CHAIILFS O. ZIEOENFVS9.
HEAL. EllWINS. OlLL.
Tfbritoiiy of Arizona,)
County of Maricopa. ) BB
Before me, Clarke Howard, a Notary Public In
and for said County and Territory, duly com
missioned and sworn and residing therein, on
mis nay personally appeared unaries u. .legen
fuss and Edwin S. Gill, known to me to be the
persons whose names are subscribed to the fore
going Instrument, and acknowledged to me that
they and each of them executed the same for
the purpose and consideration therein expresed.
(liven under my hand and seal of office, this
third day of May, A. D. 18U0.
SEAL. CLARKK HOWARD,
Filed and Recorded at request of Edwin S.
0111, May 28, 1890, at 3:10 o'clock p. m.
NER! OflBORtf, County Recorder.
By Eugene Graham, Deputy Recorder.
Territory of Arizona,) 0.
County of Maricopa. bb
I, Ncrl Osborn, 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 filed
and recorded In my office on the twenty-sixth
day of May, 18S0, in book No. 1 of Articles of
Incorporation, at pago28l, etc., and that the
same Is a full, true and correct copy of such
original and of the w hole thereof.
Witness whereof my hand and seal of office this
twenty-sixth day of May, 1890.
seal. Neri Osborn,
Redondo Beach, Cal.
This now and magnificent hotel was opened to
the public May 1st. It is the most thoroughly
equipped and best furnished house on tho Pu
clflc Coast. Two hundred and serenty-flve
rooms, replete with every convenience: Are
place, hot and cold water, incandescent lights,
electric call and return system. Standing in tho
center of a twenty-two-acre tract, under high
cultivation, two hundred feet back from the
ocean bluff. Arc lights on the grounds. Finest
surf bathing In America. The house has a fine
Otis elevator and by far the handsouiest music
and dancing hall in Calltornla. The dining
room is a perfect gem of artistic perfection, su
perbly furnished and so arranged that every
seat commands a view of the ocean. There is a
gallery at one end, where 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 germans will be a feature of
the house. The culslno will also be a promi
nent factor. The' house and surroundings are
simply perfection now, sweet and clean and
must be seen to oc appreciated. The Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe runs six trains dally from
Los Angeles. The company own their own 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, Ban Diego
and other points make regular landings. Steam
and sailing yachts can be had. The fishing Is
the finest on the roast. There is a bluff and in
terior drive, commanding a fine view of tho
ocean, San Gabriel valley, Wilson's Peak, Old
Ilaldy, 8Icrra Madre range of mountains. Terms
same as other first-class houses. Snecial rates
for permvnents and families. All letters address
to the manager.
E. W. ROOT, Manager.
GHES, SIM k CO.
(SUCCESSORS TO STEVENS & HUGHES.)
Stoves, Tinware Lamps,
Refrigerators. Crookery, Glassware, Cutlery, Japanware.
Tools of all Kinds, Garden and
Buckboards and all kinds of Road Vehicles, Carriages and Carts. All kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron,
Copper work, Plumbing and Qas Fitting done promptly and satisfactorily.
The "On : Time," : Mohawk : and Charter : Oak : Stoves.
WINDMILLS AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Woods' Mowers and !Rakes,
Oliver Chilled Plows,
Pumps,' Gras and Water Pipes,
Hardware, Glassware, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Hardware and Agricultural Implements
TUCSON, : .AJRIZCXSTA.
C. L. ESCJjiWi & CO.,
CORNER WASHINGTON AND CENTER STS..
ONLY FIRST-CLASS DRUG
Graduate in Pharmacy.
PLATT & DIXON,
Practical Furnace Builders
Bricklayers and Contractors
Of Blast Furnaces, Rolling Mills, Gns Furnaces, Gas Boilers, Gas and Bone
Retorts, Glass and Zinc Furnaces, and Brick Work .
of Every Description. "
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. JRJf
Room 419 Commercial Building,
The S. M.
GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES.
519 and 521 Broadway 3Los .A.ngeles, Cal,
Lawn Hose Sprinklers, Etc.,
PHtENIX, A. T.
STORE IN THE CITY.
Established in ll)3.
ST. LOUIS, MO
THE MOST DELIGHTFUL
With its agreeable marine ntmosphcre is the natural change for
Arizonans'to take (lifting the summer months, and every one can
afford to visit it for Health. Rest or Pleasure. It is in the .
most charming marine climate in the world, and- has
The Largest and Most
Where you have the most perfect service, at the lowest rates.
Coronado, with its surroundings, is the ideal summer seaside resort,
with an atmosphere ever soothing and restful, being constantly
fanned by breezes from the ocean. Outdoor and indoor
Amusements in Every Variety
:The Hotel Del Coronado:
Is unrivalled anywhere for the display of refined taste, and the
elegance of its appointment, careful management, and the
amount of phvsical comfort it furnishes its guests.
CORONADO NATURAL MINERAL WATER
Has many oints of excellence. Itoing perfectly pure, it is one of
nature's lx?st tonics to the system. It is a specific in bladder and
kidney troubles, and immediately relieves gout and rheumatism.
RATES FOR THE SUMMER SEASON
WILL BE MADE VERY REASONABLE,
Ranging as low as $2 per day
$3 per day and upward, according
E. S. JBabcock, Jr.,
Hotel Del Coronado, Coronado,
TFIH5 MILjLiS HOUSES,
COR. WASHINGTON AND MARICOPA ' STREETS,
Best Table in .A-rissona.
Table Boarders Beceived.
E. M. MILLS
San Xavier i-Iotel.
S. C. HEA.TOaSr
The Best EurniFhrd Hotel in tlicTciritory.
Conveniently Arranged in all-Particulars.
Located at the Southern Pacific Depot,
uiercinl Men. This
That All Gue.tH
aim courteous Attention.
Only First-class? Hotel in ilSTogales - City.
Large, Lofty Rooms.
Elegant Parlor for Guests. ""
. Livery and Feed Stable in Connection.-Bar-room
Supplied with Choice Foreign ami Domcstia Liquors.
H. W. KLINE
Tlie Best Hotel in Tucson.
In addition to having tho most central and convenient
location in the citv, and commanding a magnificent
view of the city and its surroundings, the Palace presents
the following attractions that warrant its claim to the title
Its rooms are all on the second story, and are neat, clean
and comfortable. Its dining-rooms are tho most attractive
in the city, and under tho present management have
always had an envious reputation for excellency.
COSMOPOLITAN : HOTEL
The -Most Commodious Hotel in Tuscon.
Lorated In the BiKlncfii Center. Has every Convenience ol Flrst-cUss Hotels in Western
Cities. Dining Kooin Unsurpassed y any In the City. Ilath and Reading Rooms.
Fine Iirge Sample Koomit on the Ground Floor for the Accommodation of Com-
inerclnl Traveler). Special Rates by the Week or Month.
FREE BUS From all Trains to the HOTEL.
S. KATZENSTEIN, Proprietor.
SUMMER SEA8IDE RESORT.
by the month. Transients,
to room. For full information,
San Diego County, California.
FIRST - CLASS.
it affords Special Accommodation to
Hotel is run on the Principle
Shall Have Prompt
Nogales.. A. T.