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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1890.
Tl ARIZONA REPUBLICAN.
THE HEI'llJCAN PUBLlSHINfl COMl'ANV.
Published Every Day in the Year.
THE ONLY KEIT11LICAN PAPER IN PUCMI.
11ATK8 OK SUIIUCKIITIOX.
Dally, pcrweck, Iiy carrier t .!"
Pally, per month, hy carrier 1.00
Dally, vvr moutli, by mall l.ix)
Dally, three month, by malt 2.W
Dally, six months, by mall 6.10
Dally, one year, by mall 10.00
Weekly, per month ""
Weekly, per quarter 73
Weekly, per six months 1.50
Weekly, per year 2.M)
Entered at the postofllce as matter of the
Now forward for Statehood.
It was a splendid and a harmonious
Br. sure to get yourself enumerated by
the census taker.
Kei'Uiimcan harmony makes the Dem
ocrats look cad.
The North and South railroad will bo
built just the same.
I'euh.u'8 the President will veto the.
freo coinage, bill, too.
Fiiek, non-sectarian schools is what
free men will demand.
Ik you don't read The Kkpum.ican
you don't get the news.
Nononv cracked a whip and the Ga
zette didn't crack n smile.
Keek the public schools out of poli
tics, partisan politics, wo mean.
Tin: grand old party knows how to
harmonize as well as how to light.
Loko faces and hard words do no
good. It is cheerful work that tells.
The passage of the silver bill would
mean unprecedented prosperity to Ari
zona and the whole west.
The horny-handed laboring man will
not strongly object to the onyx trust,
lie will continue to eal his frugal meals
otfn deal table.
Ik the people really want statehood,
now is the time for the Hoards of Super
visors to say to. Let Maricopa county
lead oirin the matter.
Shall Pluunix have a celebration of
the Nation's birthday? It is to bo
hoped that the matter may not be al
lowed to go by default.
The (lazelte's cartoonist is a daisy,
and we know a man who prayed all day
yesterday that some of his damphool
friends might be killed.
The American party will make a cam
paign in California this year. Frank
Pixley is its prophet and General Hid
well will be its standard bearer.
The Pacific Coast is not n unit on the
McKinley tariir bill, by any means, but
then it would beverydillicult to prepare
a bill that would suit all sections.
Yuma enjoys the distinction of having
sent to market the first ripo grapes of
the year raised by natural means. It is
a feat of which Yuma has a right to
New Mexico will have a Constitu
tional Convention, which will meet in
Santa Fe on Aturust 18. Our Sister Ter
ritory will make a splendid fight for ad
mission. Si'eakeu Keed is now proving the best
friend of the gold-bugs in Congress.
Keed should lear in mind that no enemy
of silver will ever be President of these
The Democratic readers of The Ke
l'unucAN will lx interested in the
circular which Chairman Goldwatcr has
just issued and which will be found
elsewhere in this edition.
IIenhy Geohoe says the saloon power
in politics is more to bo feared than all
other debauching and corrupting agen
cies, lie regards the saloon as the great
obstacle in tho way of reform nnd
Fa no dealing boxes are now made of
wood, so they may bo burned in cases of
raids by police in places where gam
ing is not tolerated. Then they are
more expansive than tho old nickel
Ik tho story that comes from Wash
ington be true, that Mr. Illaiue nnd the
President are antagonizing the Mc
Kinley tariir bill, tho measure is
doomed. Tho authority is not, how
Pjuenix has an excellent tiro depart
ment and n splendid water supply. The
town is built of brick nnd Insurance rates
should come down. They are exces
sively high now.
KbQuiMAir, the real Western terminus
of tho Canadian Pacific, practically com
mands the entrance to Paget Sound.
This explains why tho British arc forti
fying it so strongly.
Now is the time to push the building
of tho North nnd South railroad as a
purely business proposition. It is an
enterprise that can stand on its merits
and Jthero should bo no difficulty In rais
ing tho money needed to build it.
Oh, no, there isn't much profit in tho
lottery business. Tho IHiisiana Lot
tery compnny issues 100,000 tickets, at
the ordinary drawings, yielding $1,000,
000. All tho prizes aggregate $525,000,
so that tho compnny makes $475,000 a
month. If a man should buy all the
tickets at any one drawing ho would get
just half his money back. Old time
gamblers would consider that a very
neat percentage. I
Tin: proceedings of tho Republican
Territorial Committee, yesterday, wcro
marked by a dignity and harmony that
sickened tho Democrats. Tho best of
feeling prevailed throughout and tho
campaign opens with an enthusiastic and
united party. It was developed that
no man or clique had a candidate
to push to tho detriment of
any other aspirant and the general sen
timent was that the best man possiblo
should bo nominated for Delegate, with
out reference to past affiliations. The
party wants a caudidato who will bo
recognized as a leader and who will
command tho full vote if tho party.
Such it man will undoubtedly bo placed
on the ticket and ho will be elected.
Tho Territorial Convention will be
held on August 20, in this city, in
ample time for a thorough nnd vigorous
campaign. The apportionment is on a
fair nnd equitable basis and is liberal
enough to givo n large Convention,
bringing it closer to the people than is
generally the case. This is good policy,
for the closer a convention comes to the
peoplo the better satisfaction it usually
The meeting did not waste much time
on resolutions. It placed itself on record
in favor of Statehood and spoke vigor
ously and pointedly upon the Arid Land
question, two propositions, combined
with pledges of good, honest govern
ment, upon which the party can go lie
fore the peopto with confidence.
The results of tho deliberations are of
a character to cheer and encourage the
party and to discourage and dis
may the Democracy. A harmonious
and united party will confront the De
mocracy in the fall nnd it is a party san
guine of victory. Good enough work
for one day.
It is given out from Washington, upon
what appears as absolutely reliable
authority, that the administration has
received positive assurances from tho
government of Hussia, that tho latter
stands prepared to make good the repre
sentations given at the time of the
Alaskan purchase as to Hchring Sea
being a closed sea. It is further inti
mated that if the United States desires
the cooperation of Hussia in enforcing
this doctrine, she cnu have it. This is
just as The Ueithucan predicted a
month ago, that when the seal fishing
question once took a serious aspect,
Hussia and America would be found
side by side in defense of the closed sea
theory. It isn't a mean combination,
nor a new one. The two powers have
been nllies before, when tho Republic
was sorely in need of a powerful friend.
F. P. Tkott has prepared for C. T.
Hnyden of Tempo a comprehensive and
elaborate map of Arizona and con
tiguous territory. It is drawn with
especial reference to the situation of the
mineral Ixxlics of Arizona nnd to the
exposition of the fact that Plnenix lies
in tho center of the mineral belt. Promi
nence is also given to projected and
existing lines of railroad, all of which
are to serve as feeders to the business of
the Capital City, The country is laid
oir from Salt Lake City to Guaymus.
Pha-nix is in the center and being, to
the rest of tho map, what the hub is to
the wheel. The map is a most sug
gestivo one and should be lithographed
by the Chamber of Commerce.
The newly appointed Chief of Police
of Loudon does not appear to give gen
eral satisfaction. This is not to lie won
dered nt. We have never known a chief
of jwlice who did. In the case of Sir
Edward it appears that he is a particu
lar friend of tho Prince of Wales and
that the whole thing looks like a job.
Sir Edward is the man who chaperoned
Prince Albert Victor, tho eldest son of
the Prince of Wales, on his tour of India,
and it Is feared that while in office he
will wink at such crimes as those which
caused the West End scandal, in which
the nobility of England seem to delight.
I.v the following the Tucson Citizen
condenses a whole lot of truth and
wisdom into a few lines: "The Demo
cratic racket over tho tho Prison Hoard
of six years ago comes too late to mar
ket to cither benefit that party oi injure
the Republicans. To begin with there
is no evidence of fraud in the dispatches
and tho Democrats well know it." No
more silly chnrgo was ever mado and
none ever fell so dead. It died
So, Tiiui.Y, says the Tombstone Pros
pector: "There was but one newspaper
in tho Territory that published the news
yesterday morning of tho passago of the
silver bill by the Senato The
Arizona Hei-uiii.ican. While the
people commend this enterprise on
tho part of The IIlu-uiimcan, none
of the papers of tho Territory will
compliment it upon its big scoop."
The New York Times says tho latest
is an onyx trust, backed by several
millions of dollars. It says: "Tho onyx
mines of Obcrstein, Germany, which
have hitherto supplied all the American
demand, have becomo exhausted, nnd
the only onyx iields left nro located in
the Ktnte of Puebla, between tho City of
Mexico and Vera Cruz." But tho Timet
hadn't heard of the mountain of onyx
which hns been found in this Territory,
near Prescott, nnd in which Sheriff
O'Neill is largely interested. Arizona
will knock out that trust.
This is an opinion by tho Tombstone
Prospector, ono of tho fairest nnd best
papers in the Territory, nnd it is an
opinion not to be gainsaid : "Governor
Wolfley has done moro for Arizona dur
ing his brief term of office thnn any
Governor who ever occupied that posi
tion. More bills have been passed by
Congress through the instrumentality
of his recommendation thnt will favora
bly affect Arizona in her future develop
ment thnn through the same channel by
any previous administration. Tho
record is open for investigation. Gov
ernor Wolfley is no politician. Policy is
a strange factor in his make-up, and
right iirthnt fact rests the cause of the
opposition to him in his own party.
Men of independent thought, not ham
pered by partisanism as a business, en
dorse his courso and are the real friends
of his administration. Knowing this
as ho certainly must, he probably loses
no sleep over tho malicious, jealous rav
ings of false friends."
It is beginning to look ns though tho
great court martial at Tucson was a
grand fizzle nnd that the charges against
the old and long tried officers on trial
had been inspired by malice and spite.
As ouit market reports on the third
page show, Mr. Blaine's utterances on
tho McKinley bill caused a flurry in the
sugar market. Great men should bridle
their tongues if they would not help the
Salvatok and Tenny are matched and
will race at Sheepshead bay on Wednes
day next. Tho purse is $5000 a side, to
which the Coney Island Jockey Club
hns added $5000. This will boa great
event and will nttract world wide atten
tion. Salt Hiveh Valley will next year
ship largo quantities of oranges. The
yield this year will bo quite large and
will more than supply the local market.
Next year tho valley will take rank ns a
regular producer of citrus fruits.
Raisin nuvEitsaresaidto be already in
the field in California ready to contract
for crops on the vines. Such a state of
affairs should encourage the landowners
of the Salt River Valley in putting out
raisin grapes. The market will never be
Now that the Central Committee has
set the time for the Territorial Conven
tion, and the Republicans are going
into a vigorous campaign against the
enemy. Let Republican clubs be
organized in every county in the Terri
tory. Tin: disappearance of one of tho peaks
of Mount Shasta has been explained.
Shauuahan, the tall sycamore of Shasta,
has been rehearsing n Fourth of July
oration in. the wilds nt the base of the
the mountain. Something had to give
way and it was the peak.
Ik Delegate Smith had not been so
busv fiirhtint: the battle of the Mormons.
he might have obtained an Enabling
Act for Arizona. But between defend
ing the Wham robbers and fighting the
test oath bill Marcus Aurelius has been
too busy to do any real work for the
At a grent meeting of socialists at Ber
lin on Friday Herr Bcliel, n Socialist
leader, spoke strongly against strikes.
The evils of the boycott are evef ywhoftB1
recognized, and tho great labor worM'ta
steadily drifting toward a more neactdal
solution of all its troubles. This iiKS
It is clear to every thoughtful and
intelligent citizen that the timo has come
to put the brakes on the promiscuous
immigration into the country. The for
eign horde is filling our jails, asylums
nnd poor houses nnd causes all our inter
nal dissensions. Plug the bung. Stop
Atchison, Kansas, is in tlie anomalous
condition of suffering from a water
famine caused by a flood. A heavy rain
burst the water mains nnd cut off the
whole supply. The famine of water
compelled the gas company nnd the
electric light plant to suspend opera
tions, po the city was dark as well as
drv for a season. What kind of water
works do they have at Atchison, any
way, that do not control tho supply for
The evils of strikes are so apparent
that tho better class of labor organiza
tions are forbidding them by constitu
tional provision. The Order of Rail
way Telegraphers, now in session in
New York, has gone farther. It has
added an amendment to its by-laws
providing for tho expulsion from the
order of any member who will even use
his influence to tho end of creating n
strike. Lnlior will win through nrbi
"Wiieke business is quiet," snitl- the
experienced business man, "and people
have much leisure they rend advertise
ments much more closely than when
things are rushing. At such times
mediums are not crowded with adver
tisements, and the persistent man has
tho double advantage of having his
advertisement more prominent nnd
more closely studied."
SoMEWHEitE in Bancroft's history n
note is mado that the mineralized por
tion of Arizona is a belt of rocky
country nbout ninety miles in width,
extending from Mineral Park on the
northwest to the southeastern corner of
tho Territory. This fact is not generally
appreciated. A few mines lie out of
this belt, but in it are the most pro
ductive properties of tho Southwest.
And Pha-nix is in the center of it.
Wllllnc to Oblige.
From the Epoch.
"Any trichinie in this sausage?"
asked a purchaser of the butcher.
"No, sir; wo mostly season 'em with
pepper; but I'll put somo in for you if
you prefer it."
M'nlt on One Another.
From tho Nebraska City Press.
It is related of n 4-year-old girl of
local fame, thnt sho was recently heard
commanding her little cousin to do an
errand for her.
"Kitsey," said she, "go upstairs and
get my doll's dregs."
"Why, Caroline," said her mother,
"von should't talk to Kitsov that wnv ."
The little face grew long with serious
ness aim tlie tug uiuo eyes opened even
wider than usual.
"Why, mamma, I 'stonished at youl
Didn't Jesus havo His disciples wash
each other's feet to teach them to wnit
on one another? Kitsey, you go right
upstairs and get my doll's dress I "
She Might n Well.
Too diffident ho was to kiss
Tho maiden by his bide.
Although he loved the winsome miss
And nought her for his bride.
S.ild he, as In the twilight's gray
They wandered np and down,
" An nutl-klsslne club, they say,
Has just been formed In town,"
"Do you Intend to Join?" bIic sighed,
And, us her lashes fell
O'er checks with crlniMin blushes dyed,
Keplled,"! might as well."
ON THE CURBSTONE.
In response too inquiries ns to the
derivation of tho naming of the settle
ments of tho valley I present tho follow
Phtenix The Phienix was a fabulous
bird of antiquity, which had allotted as
its span of lifo a hundred years. When
the century drew near to its close the
bird made lor itself a funeral pyre and
igniting this was lost in the surrounding
flames. But, when the dissolution A'us
complete,out from the ashes sprang into
the air a rejuvenated and glorious Pha
nix, with renewed strength to again live
through the hundred years. The name
would suggest a town that had passed
tnrougii an ortieai oi lire, nut sucii is
not the case. Phoenix has had no uen-
eral conflagration and the name was
chosen simply for its beauty.
leinpc in tne palmy nays oi ureece
the Valley of Tempo was fumed as the
home of pastoral delights. Athenian
poets sang in its honor odes of beauty
thnt are read to this day. The. vale is
located on the Ionian pcniusula, not far
Kyrent Somo time back in tho mist
of history, a party of Plueniciaus sailors
founded on the northern cost of Africa a
settlement. They named the country
Cyrenaica and their town Cyrene. This
namo will be recognized as the original
of Kyrene. Along in the time of reli
able history Cyrene became the creat
city of Carthage and by the ruthless
Roman, wns oventually'leveled to tho
earth and the plow run auiongthe ruins.
Mesa Is simply the Spanish for
"table." So named from being situated
on a table-land.
Lehi The name of one of the alio-
He was an elderly, prolessional gentle
man; she was the mother of several
bright eyed children. They met on
As I caught the greeting I wondered
if Pluunix' air nnd sunshine were not
the real fountain of youth for which
Spaniards hunted so fruitlessly centuries
ago. Would the three-score English
father greet the mother of his grand
children with the careless jollity of a
young pater-familias coddling his first
two-year old? Would the Boston fogs
permit such vertebral unliending? I
fear not. The land of mud and mist,
of snow and wearing storm, stiffens the
aging heart. Men and women grow old
in spirit as well as lwdily. The grand
father there, of seventy, cannot say to
his daughter of thirty-live, "Hello,
Susie," and she feels no youthful spirit
to reply, "Hello, papa."
Only in far away, sunny climes like
Arizona, does the heart continue peren
nially green like our valley's infinite
fruit trees and sing in chorus witli the
irrigating streams thereof.
KSiiiewalk encroachment, is the bane
W ivory town. Officials don't like to
Mejliiisly incommode business men,
iiiitUhe, latter ought to remember
ttvU'pedestrians, too, arc equally nct
tledTbjr"whtprevcnts convenient pass
age alospth'e streets. Now, in one
direction somegblncksmiths have with
old wagbnflWfidk rubbish taken up
sidewalks "andajlrge jiortion of the
corner where' iwo tatAu streets meet. In
the opMisite sldeTofiWw.n a builder has
piled bricks andbwrrehrfrtid other barri
cading materials onjwhut was before a
footpath. In other cases borne little
Aire would have removed cnch.obstruc
tion. Will these and like offenders give
heed to a friendly warning?
Poon prisoners, what should be done
with them? The law pretends to assign
them counsel. In practice, however,
it is generally the unfledged, inexpe
rienced, easily rattled attorney who is
appointed to present their defense. A
sharp prosecutor easily works in im
proper testimony and, by noisy objec
tion, rules out evidence that might con
vict. What is to be done? Able counsel
can't afford to defend for nothing. Callow
sheep-skin holders are incompetent.
How would it do for the State to appoint
n defending attorney, ns it makes pro
vision for prosecutors? Would not
justice to the helpless jioor lie more
adequately guaranteed ?
He is a matter of fact draughtsman
who deals with angles mathematically
regular. He don't dissipate. Yet he
did prescribe Mesa wine for one. thing,
nnd that was his morning nausea, on
rising. "I only take half a wine glass,",
said ho, "but it. prevents all that sense'
of approaching sea-sickness that used to
bother me invariably, when I got up."
Tho Curbitone saunterer suggests tliat
the remedy might possi lily prove cura
tive to chronic cocktuilists who think
they must have a stronger, alcoholic
CuuitciiEU are supposed to lead in
every upbuijding, enterprise. Thoy,
send out missionaries and glow with
the fervor of their savage reclamntory
work. And yet I notice pepiier trees
dying alongside of our most active Flue
nix churches. Simply because no
Christian brother will give them wnter.
It can't cost much, so little thnt such
neglect seems well-nigh criminal to me.
All winter long and through the sum
mer their green leaves have delighted
every eye. Their shade is free to eTvcry
liody and everything. The birds aro
beckoned to their branches and join
with worshipers in their songs. No
ono, however, seems to care that the
green is fading out of their leaves and
that shortly they will standforth, with
ered, naked, dead.
To me this neglect is like passing a
child in tho desert, who has fallen down
in the hot sand and is dying from thirst.
"Oh," exclnims a pious deacon, in
holy horror, "we'd never leave a child
to die that way."
I don't know, Mr. Deacon, inasmuch
as you did it not to tho least of God's
creations, you might even neglect His
I notice one effect of tho Exclusion
ct very plainly. The Chinese wash-
men are as independent as icemen.
They rip your clothes, charge two prices
and don't Bcem to caro whether school
keeps or not. What's the mntter.with
the Pha-nix steam laundry? Its failure
last fall is said to have been due to'car
less and dishonest management. Stire1
ly, at tne rates cnargeu, ,some'',in
dustrious man could take hold-o'f tho
idlo machinery and make the enterprise
a success. "The Chinese Must Go."
" I notice," said an old resident tho
other day, "that the cheaper milk gets
the poorer it gets. It is also singular
that when the ice cream season sets in
that the fluid furnished by the milkmen
is appreciably thinner. Would it not
be n good idea to raise the price a little
and furnish the article ns it comes from
I iieak not a few growls at the mon
strous cowbell that heralds tho approach
of the last car at night. But, then,
some folks always will kick. Tho car
mule, intent on getting over with his
work, is, nt tho time specified, quite
alert, the driver encourages him with
the whip and the outfit whoops through
town like an express train, carrying un
rest to many a head and causing pro
fanity that might be avoided.
Old Anizo.VANs have tacked to the
English languuge an addenda of col
loquial phrases that are to the uninitia
ted wholly unintelligible, but to the old
timers express ideas in a manner that is
both clenr and succinct. I have gath
ered np n few ot the colloqualisms pecu
liar to Arizona nnd hereto append them.
Can any mossback increase the vocabu
lary'.' Hnssayainper A man who came to
Arizona'when the hills were holes in
the ground; who "fit Injins," lived on
brown beans and placer-mined on Has
sayampa creek. Is very numerous, even
when alone, has an abiding a Hoc t ion
for plug tobacco and a contemptuous
hatred of "tenderfeet."
Tenderfoot A new arrival from the
East. Can't get over his appetite for
peanuts. Comes to Arizona to surpass
the deeds of "Hurricane Bill, the
Apaches' Nemesis." Carries a 22-caIiber
revolver and hopes for a chance to do
daring deeds. Soon recovers.
Cow Puncher Partly human; rest
mostly hat and spurs. Carries big gun.
Never uses it. Kills $50 horse catching
a $5 calf. Is a good citizen, but does
not mean it.
Mule-skinner Comes from Missouri ;
sits on tlie starlioard rudder mule and
steers with a single line. Mostly noise;
color changes according to character of
Bull-whacker Extinct, but histori
cal. Rustler Found on the cattle ranges.
Has a monomania for putting his own
brand on his neighlx)r's calves.
Greaser A term applied by the Hassay
ampcr to the Mexican.
Gringo A term applied by the Mexi
can to the Hassayamper'.
Good Indian A dead Apache.
Buffalo soldiers Colored members of
Uncle Sam's army.
Arizona Niuhtinualc Otherwise
"burro;" sometimes termed "mocking
bird." Sings "oft in the stilly night."
Has a countenance of wisdom, ears of
expression and a voice oi sonorous mel
ody. Is lieloved by the "Hassnynmper."
Tucson Blanket The blue ethereal
vault of heaven.
Arizona Strawberries Grow on bean
vines; are brown in color. Form the
staple of food all through the south
west. Sowbelly A necessary concomitant to
Dead Soldier An emptv whisky
A Bath More than four fingers' of
AILMENTS OF WOMEN.
Unnecessary Sufleriug En
dured in Silence.
Dr. .MncLciinun's New Cure for
These Painful Complaints
ItecoRiilecl by th Highest Medical Au
thorities of Kuropc nnd America a
,i..l., .. i,,iv national
fore." Ilut, oh, It's not to now. Six months,
ago I was through with the treatment, which
was of twenty-days' duration. I then went to
visit friends In Olympla, and now, after that
lapse of time, without any treatment whatever
I am as well, nay better, than when I finished
'I reside at Island City, Onion County, Oregon,
where I may be addressed by anyone who may
Wish for further particulars.
Mrs. Mauy McClelland.
Note Dr. MacLcnnan Is now In Phu-nlx and
located In the Monlhau block, where all may
consult him free.
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anil Municipal Honda NcKotlated. Drafts and
Telegraphic Transfers on New York, Chicago,
bt, I.OU1S, ean rranciM-oanu iMt Angeles, inns
of ExchanKC on all European points.
J.arge rire rroot vault at
the Service of Our Friends.
Ixmdon.l'arls and American Hank, San Erancls-co
Hanover National Bank, - - New York
Hank of Commerce, St. Louis
Union National Hank, ... - Chicago
California Hank, Los Angeles
TMJP. KltmiOra-A.', - CitHhifr.
CHAKI.ES K. WOHES, .Manager.
TUCSON, - ARIZONA.
I'urchafcrsofCopiicoLead. Silver ami Gold ores
Returns made u i-oon a the Ore i sampled and
Hales on Ores Can be Obtained on Application
In ierson or by mall, at the ottlee of the
Works, Tubcon, Ariz.
SILVER - LAKE
THK MOST KXCIIANTIM; Sl'OT
FINE BOATING AND FISHING
2 Miles from Tucson 2
A rie&Mint Drive on a Good Itoad.
Tlie Only Road-House in the Tciritory
Wm. II. BAKNES,
JOHN II. MAKTIN,
W.M. C. HOBSON,
Law Offices, Tucmhc, Arizona
JOHN 11. THOMAS,
Washington, V. C.
W. WK1GHT. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
, rearson Block, Tucson, Arizona.
M E A. T S
Of A.11 Kinds
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JOHN ORTEICt, PK0P.
Maricopa Loan anil Trust Co.,
Incorporated, February 1, 1888.
Paid up Capital $100,000.
JOSEPH W. SI'AULDING, 1'reMdent.
JEKKY MILLAY, General Manager.
M. E. SI'AULDING, Cahler.
T. W. HINE, Attlstant Cashier.
Wells, Kargo &. Co's Hank San FrancUeo
W. T. Kiekards .t Co Chicago
National l'ark Bank New York City
Northern HanklngCo Portland, Me.
Money Loaned on Heal Estate or Per
sonal securities, and a general Hanking
Hanking Ilouce Basement of Ander
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HiTinnn on r
M. W. KALES, President.
SOL. LEWIS, Vice-President.
GEO. W. HOAULEY, Cashier.
Capital, Paid Up,
Surplus, - - -
M. W. Kales, J. V. T. Smith, Sou Lewis
Ciiari.es Goldman, Geo. W. Ho.uii.ky.
The Bank of California San Fnuicifco
Agency of Bank of California . , . New York
The Farmer,' and Merchant' Hank. Los Angeles
The Hank of Commerce St. ixnils
Consolidated Bank Tuoon
Bank of A ruona Prescott
N. M. Uothschllds & Sons London
Repairing and Upholstering.
4 LL KINDS OF FURKITUKK AND MATS
J.. tresses reeovebed and mended, Carpetg
sewed and laid. Shop next to Pluvnlx Plainin
Mlll, Maricopa ottcet. II. WOIILEH.