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T&E" ARIZONA REPUBLICAN; FiJCfrNTX, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1890.
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I tine Lot e Ice-Cream.
From the New York Herald.
This is the sunny month of June,
When )ouths and maidens like to spoon;
They walk along the moonlit Minds
Softly holding each other's hands,
They look up at the moon's bright beam,
nd he thinks of lore and she Ice-cream.
THE DRAMA IN 'FRISCO.
Svs FittNciitco, June 19, 1890.
This city 1ms been blessed 3vith some
ery fine attractions, theatrically, of
late. The long jumps from the,
Hookies to the coast has long since
ceased to be a bar and now California
is almost equally favored with the East.
Wilson Iianett lias done a lino business
during his three weeks stay at the
Baldwin, lie is a superb actor and has
a siilended company. Strong adjectives,
I know, but lie deserves them. Tho
more I seo of him the more I am com
pelled to regard him as a remarkably
gifted and able man. lie is not simply
an actor, ho is an earnest and conscien
tious scholar, and his productions bear
in every detail the imprint of his genius.
In harmony and truthfulness they are
of a high order and their freedom from
anachronisms is very grateful to tho
cultivated eye and ear. Wo seo so many
productions" here tho costumes of the
centuries are ho hopelessly mixed. Ho
is an actor of virility and versatility.
Imagine a man playing "Hamlet" one
night and tho "Silver King" the next.
Hut it gives no otlence, for he makes the
modern Knglish play seem a study from
life, and lifts it out of tho domain of
melodrama. Ho has given here,
Tlaucli.in," "Hamlet," "I5en-My-t'hree,"
"Nowadays," "Tho Silver
King," and a triple bill, "Chatterton."
"The Color Sergeant" and "A
Clerical Krror." His "Hamlet"
is a carefully considered and con
sistent effort. Ho makes of the
Dane a young man, not yet attained to
his majority, and makes a number of
changes in tlie arrangement of the acts.
The performance certainly gains in
picturesquenoss viewed in his light.
"Claudian" is very impressive, and
though of modern creation, is almost a
classic. His audiences have been very
enthusiastic and this actor, who at home
ranks next after Irving, has won golden
Saturday night witnessed the last
performance of "The Senator." This
is a play which 1 can wish no one more
thorough enjoymert than to see, as in
teipreted by Mr. Crane's company. An
American play, by American authors,
played by an American company. Ami
the" band played "The Star Spangled
Hanner." Hut I have already written
jou about it. The house was crowded
the last night and the audience was
wildly enthusiastic. In response to tho
call at the end of tho third act, tho
members of tho company, as they have
every night during the engagement, for
Mr. Crane does not take all the honors
to himself, II led before the curtain and
across the stage, two at a time, Mrs.
Hurrymore and .Mr. Crane coming last,
and leceiving a regular ovation. I saw
Mrs. Harrymoro at Manager Gottlob's
lxmclit on Sunday night as Lady
Teasle in the quarrel and screen
scenes from "The School for Scandal,"
with John Jack as Sir 1'eter. That
woman is an actress. Sho comes of a
theatrical family and is not the least ot
"Held by the Knemy" met with great
fanr during it's two week's stay at tho
California. I have seen it letter gi'en,
but it is still a very creditable perform
ance. .Minnie Dupreo makes an ex
cellent Susan. I cannot compare her
with Miss Dillon since I never saw the
latter in tho part. I saw the play in
l!ton at the Museum given by the
stock company of that theatre some
years ago. It 3as the first season of
the play. Isabclle Evesson, who camo
t) theeoHt as Dearest in "Fauntleroy"
lirst visit of the company) was tho
Mfun, May Davenport was the Rachel;
Vanderfelt, who was on tho coast in
M'ljeska's supjiort, 3vas tho Col. 1'res
oitt: Hurlieck tho General Havcrill in
Mp'iundoah," was the spy; Frnzer
( oulter was tho surgeon; and Win.
seymour was tho old darkey. It was a
line cast, although I think Dupreo much
the better adapted to the part of Susan
than was Kveson.
W. . Hrady's company havo lieen giv
ing "An Irish Arab" at the Alcaar, with
Hobby (iaylor in tho title role. Ho
makes a life-like and amusing Irishman.
I saw (Silbert and Sullivan's latest
opera, "Tho Gondoliers," at tho Tivoli
last week. It is claimed to be tho only
production tho opera will receive on tho
const. We might call it fair if Gilbert
and Sullivan had not done so much bet
ter. The music is more or less pretty,
but not a bit catchy, and is reminiscent
r.ither than original. And Sullivan has
given us so many bright things in his
other operas. Then tho libretto is dull.
Here and thero a Hash of Gilbcrtian
33 it, but fow and far between. A first
class company might perhaps make
something of it, but tho Tivoli people
are not equal to it. However, I pre
sume tho management do not care so
3vry much, as tho house is crowded
fvery night, tho jieoplo drawn by curi
osity, 1 imagine.
Three theaters change their bills this
week. The London Gaiety company in
"Faust Up To Date" at tho llaldwin,
"Tho Old Homestead" at the California,
mid "A Ixmg Lane" ot tho 'Hush-Street.
1 saw tho Gaiety company last night.
lood singing, good dancing, and hand-
mm in ini7ATi
somo costumes, but a vory tamo piece.
Regular old-faUiioned burlesque, written
in rhyme. Same old doggerel and same
old puns. Tho fun in it is something
like that in Punch, rather heavy to our
American ideas of humor.
Miss Florence St. John, whoso name,
by tho way, in pronounced as though
spelled Hinjin, is tho bright, particular
star of tho company. Marcus Mayer
has chargo of the tour of the company,
and his old haunts seo him once more.
J. J. Gottlob of tho Hush-street had a
big house at his annual benellt on Sun
day night and a fine programme 3 as
ollcrcd. I think tho ticnelit business is
rather overdone. With all duo respect
to Mr. Gottlob, and with no desiro to
single him out, but merely allowing him
to poso for a few moments as an exam
ple of a class, I present a supposition
and a query. It is commonly supposed
that tho resident manager of a theatre
like tho Bush-street receives a pretty
good salary, at least enough to live on.
Now, why under the heavens should he
have a benefit? I give it up. nd there
are a thousand and one benefit perform
ances every season which are, to my
mind, just as lacking in rhyme or
San Francisco is having a spell of fine
weather. Sunlight and clear skies. Hut
the tradewinds and tho dust. 1'hew 1
II. L. Mkrkitt.
EARLY DAYS AT MARICOPA.
Tin: early days of Maricopa Station
wero lively ones. It was then tho
shipping point for the whole northern
country, including Prcscott and Camp
Verde. It was no uncommon thing for
a hundred teams to be there at ono
time, loading and waiting for loads.
There was no place of amusement for
th3 teamsters, outside of tho saloons,
and there, in the evening they would
gather to drink, play cards and tell
stories of tho big loads that they hauled
when they wero driving So & So's bell
One night thero was ja big game of
poker in one of the tent saloons opposite
the depot. This game had lasted since
the night before. Tho stakes wero high
but it seemed impossible for any ono of
tho four players to get much ahead.
The saloon was crowded and tho air was
blue and dense with smoko and whiskey
At intervals somo one of tho plavers
would fling the cards on the floor, "and
with an oath at his ill-luck ho wouid
call for a new deck. This had been done
bo often that tho floor beneath tho table
was covered with old cards.
One of tho players was Harry Jones,
an ex-Phcenix lawyer. Small in body,
smaller in brains, and smallest in legal
learning, ho was big in brag, bigger in
bluster, and biggest in skinning men,
w hether w ith Jacks or Juries.
At last, by tripping four kings over
four aces, Jones got left. The instant
that ho saw tho aces, he exclaimed
fiercely, "No you don't I That's a fraud,
you ." With one hand he
grabbed for the money and with the
other ho went for his six-shooter.
Hut tho other fellow knewhis business
and had tho money corraled before
Jones got there. Out came tho gun
(a 45) and with an upward motion of
his hand nnd a big oath, the lawyer
was ready to kill. Just at that instant
some ono struck up tho muzzle of the
pistol and tho ball was discharged
through tho roof.
Then the crowd cleared out and that
tent was empty in less than a minute.
The same evening a little later there
was a scuflle over on tho track.
Going over to investigate tho crowd
found an old sick Chinaman lying on
tho track with his throat cut from ear
to ear. It was a ghastly sight. The
red blood spurted from the arteries of
his neck in great streams.
Thus do Cinnamon remove their
The next day Lawyer Jones again
mot his man. and a train met disaster.
The eye that he got was tho blackest in
tho annals of Maricopa. That evening
lie left lor Tucson and the South, never
This was during tho era of Dennis
Kearney and the landlotters. On
account of tho killing of tho old China
man, the town was treated to a part of
an anti-Chineso harangue. Hut it was
never finished. Paddy Mulone, lime
burner of McDowell, mason of Phienix,
and orator of Maricopa, was the speaker.
During the day he announced tho meet
ing, and when night came, every man
in town was there. A large barrel had
been provided for tho occasion, and on
it, at tho proper time, Paddy Malone
took his stand. He had borrowed a long
tailed black coat aliout three sizes too
largo for him, and with it, various
drinks, also too large for him. "Ladies
and gentlemen," said he, "the Chinese
"They're a worse to Arizoona, the
murtherin pig-tailed haythens. Thoy're
rooinin our counthry ," and so on for
a few minutes, to tho great amusement
of the crowd.
Then somo jokers crowded up near
the barrel and with a great demonstra
tion ot approval of tho speech, hung a
bunch of lire-crackers to Malone's coat
tail. In an instant the fuze burned and
bang went the crackers. Malone turned
round, smelted the powder, and fell off
ine uarrei. i ne iook ot mingled surprise
and disgust that camo over his features
as ho turned around, I have never seen
The fall of Malone was the end of
Kearneyism in Maricopa, and tho
Chinese restaurants and laundries did a
good business there for years afterward.
Now the sage brush and mesquite aro
growing wnere tho old town stood, and
the jack-rabbit and coyoto hold undis
It must cause a smile on tho strong
features of Monteuma, up thero on tho
eternal mountain, just to the northward,
when he looks down upon this proof of
the uncertainty of the endeavors of
these latter day mortals.
Out of tho Quentlon.
ISew York Weekly.)
Theater manager Your piny, "The
Anarchist," is an excellent ono, but it
does not call for enough modern stage
effects. Can't you change it a little, so
I could ring in my mammoth tank of
Author Impossible, sir. Water has
nothing to do with tho subject.
JOURNALS AND JOURNALISTS.
Mn. Schultz's new paper will bo
known as The Buckeye Made.
It is a cold day when the Press Club
of San Francisco isn't in a ferment of
The Southern California Editorial
Association will meet on July 8, and a
"jolly good time" they will have.
The establishment of The Rkpuhmcan
has largely increased the business of tho
Western Union Telegraph company.
G. W. Hitow.Vjtho accomplished editor
of tho Florence Enterprise, who is in the
city in nttendanco on the Republican
Committee meeting, mado The Repub
lican a pleasant call, yesterday.
It is said that Editor Kearney, of the
San Hernardino Cornier, is ambitious to
become Lieutenant-Governor of Cali
fornia. I can seo no objection to his
aspirations save his contemned politics.
The accomplished daughter of Editor
Hughes, of the Tucson Star, is supply
ing a column of temperance literature
to many papers in the Territory and is
doing splendid work for the cause.
Editok li.uiu, of tho Tombstone Pros
pector, recently made a visit to Cali
fornia, where ho had a pleasant time.
During his absence Mrs. liagg conducted
the Prospector with skill and judgment,
displaying rare talent.
The Valley Bulletin, published at
Solomonville, has teen changed to The
Graham County Bulletin, to identify it
moro closely with the region in which it
is published. It is a good change and
ono that should commend itself to its
T. C. Judkins, for some years con
nected with the Associated Press at San
Francisco and who recently became the
editor and proprietor of the Fresno
Jlepublican, is making a splendid prop
erty. Able, conscientious and energetic,
Mr. Judkins deserves success.
The Los Angeles Timet is one of the
licst newspapers that reaches this office.
It has no rival in Southern California,
in point of ability or news and Colonel
Otis is to bo congratulated on the high
standard at w hich ho has maintained his
paper throughout the depression.
L. C. Hughes, editor of our esteemed
contemporary, the Tucson Star, is an
old Pennsylvanian and a survivor of the
war of the Rebellion. Though advocat
ing Democratic principles, he is actuated
by the utmost loyalty, and has only con
tempt for anything that breathes of
New York. June 21. Secretary Blaine's
utterances upon the McKlnley tariff bill, antl
trust legislation In Congress and Sprockets' ac
cusations made occasion for a determined raid
upon sugar refineries this morning In the stock
market, and a decline of 75S !er cent w as estab
lished in certificates, which had also the effect
of Inducing tales of stocks of the regular list to
some extent, lluylng In the Utter, how ever,
was good throughout, and a complete rally oc
curred and prices only yielded finally to another
vigorous raid in the last few minutes of busi
ness. The close was heavy, w eak on raid and
generally at small fractions below last night's
Sugar Is down 755 Pr cent.
Petroleum opened firm at lie adrance, then
became dull and remained so until the close.
Closing quotations were as follows:
United States 49, registered 121
United States Is, coupon 1!
United States 4i, registered 103
United States 4$s, coupon 10.1
Pacific fig .. 113
American Express 113
Canadian Pacific. 82
Canada Southern 57l
Denver and Hlo Grande 7
Kansas and Texas 119
I-oulsvlllo and Nashville 8S
Michigan Central looj
Oregon Improvement I'J
Oregon Short Line 4"
u. . hxprcss 72
Money on call easy, with loaiiB.
Prime Mercantile Paper, &(g,l per cent.
Sterling Exchange quiet and steady, Sixty
day WIN, ft 8.-.; demand, J I 87.
Bar Silver, $1 01.
San FranclHcu Mining Stocks.
San Francisco, June 21. Mining Btocks closed
Best A Belcher 120
Chollar I 10
Con. Virginia 5 00
Gould A Curry 3'i'i
Hale it Norcross 3 :!"
Potosl 7 2-i
Ophlr ,r 00
Savage 4 15
Sierra Nevada 4 0
Union Con 3 7
Yellow Jacket 3 25
New York Mining Stocks.
New York, June 21. Following are closing
Caledonia, Illack Hills 1 85
Commonwealth. . . . .3 25
Deadwood 1 35
Del Monte . .... .. 1 00
Mount Diablo . . . 2 25
Homcstake 10 00
Iron Silver 190
N, Commonwealth Uj
Ontario 40 00
Phcrnlx, Arizona 1 30
Sutter Creek 1 30
ltoston Stock Market.
Boiton, June 21. Following are closing quo
tations: Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe 4ri5
Mexican Central, common 27
Mexican Central, bond script
Mexican Central, first mortgage bonds
San Diego 22
Chicago Wheat Market.
Chicago, June 21. The wheat market today
opened with prices Wihio higher, but declined
lMlKo and closed JjJrtWJc lower than yesterday.
Receipts, 173,000: shipments, 111,000.
Chicago Fruit Market.
Chicago, Juno 21. Porter Bros, today sold
four carloads of peaches at 85 cents to (2.10;
average aliout ?1.V. Apricots 10 to 1 SO, ex
cept some in stock In very bad order at 75 cents
to ?1; plums, 1 65 to f 1 20.
Chicago Cattle Market.
Chicago, June 21. Cattle Receipts, 25,000.
The market today was steady with
beeves at f I 75(35 00; steers, SI G0f A0; stackers
and feeders, 2 503 90; Texas cattle, II 80
Hogs Receipts, 11,000. Market strong and
octhe. Mixed, 1 753 95; heavy, tl 70l 00;
light, V 75l 00,
Sheep Receipts, 1V; market strong today.
Natives, t005G0; Texans, IJ 20l 40; lambs,
Chicago General Markets
Chicago, June 21. Rye Quiet,
Shoulders. 5 00Tt5 10.
Short Clear- 4Va5 50.
Short Rlbs-5 005 10.
Kngllsh Wheat Market.
Liverpool, Juno 21. Wheat Holders offer
moderately today. New No. 2 winter, 0s lid;
steady; same, spring, 7s Id; steady.
Corn Spot holders offer sparingly; futures,
holders offer freely. Spot, 3s fid; firm; June, 3s
GJd; steady; July, 3s 7d; steady; August, 3s 8d;
London, June 21, 2 p. m. Closing consols
money, 97; consols account, 97 1-16; United
States 4s, 121; United States 4e, 105; bar silver,
47Jd per ounce.
New York Coffee anil Sugar.
New York, June 21. Coffee Options closed
with near months steady and others barely
steady at 10 points up to 10 points down.
Sales, 11,750 bags. June, 17 50; July, 17 05
17 10; August, 10 90; September, 16 G5
10 70 October, 1S 20; spot Rio, nominal; fair
cargos, 200; No. 7 flat bean, 18c.
Sugar Raw, barely steady; refined, easy; offer
San Francisco General Markets.
San Francisco, June 21. Wheat Inactive.
Buyer '90, 1 39.
Barley Quiet; buyer '90, 1 08J
Corn J 1 051 25.
Silver Bars-1 0531 07.
The quickest returns for the least money
are to be obtained from the REPUBLI
CAN'S Want Columns. Situations
Wanted, ITelp Wanted, For Bent, For Sale,
To Let, To Exchange, one cent a tt'oref each
insertion, or by the month at five cents per
line a day.
Lost Left by the owiu r at some place by the
owner where sne called on Monday, May 19, a
black silk parasol, with gold handle, engraved
"Addle II. Klnsey." Finder will please leave
the same at this oltlce.
AKER 4 CAMPBELL, ATTORNEYS AT
u&vr. umce: over .National Hank.
WA. HYDE, M. D., HOMEOPATHIC
physician. Diseases of women and
children and chronic diseases a specialty. Oillce
and residence opposite Phuenlx Hotel, Washing
ton street, Phoenix, Arizona.
1? DATITVCrtW OtlnlWVftll 1 T,
.draughtsman. All work done uromntlv.
correctly and neatly. Office with the Arizona
R. SCOTT HELM. PHYSICIAN
surgeon. Office, Fry building.
1LARK HOWARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Porter block, I'huinU, A. T.
GO TO THE FASHION BARBER SHOP FOR
shaving, hair cutting, shampooing, bath
ing, hair singeing. Ladles work done at the shop
or residence. Prices to suit the times. Opposite
the Opera House. FRANK SHIRLEY, pro
prietor. -COMMERCIAL HOTEL, CORNER CENTER
VVand Jeflerson streets. Only house employing
wTiltc help throughout. HERRICK i. LUIIRiT,
Maricopa and Ptanix Railroad,
In effect June 15, 1890.
LEAVE. O O ARRIVE.
i. Frelg't "- STATIONS. Z A Freig't
A. M. B O r. M.
4.0U . . Pha-nix.. . 31 1:10
X 7 Tempe.. 27 j&
5:10 16 , .Kyrene . . 18 11:55 a.m.
5:40 27 .Sacaton 7 11:25 a.m.
6 Q 31 1 . Maricopa 11 00 a m.
Trains stop on signal.
Trains make close connection with Southern
Pacific trains. Connect at Tempe with stages
forMesaCity, Jonesvllle and Fort McDowell.
At l'hienlx with stages for Prescott, Ulllett,
Wickenburg and Vulture.
C. 8. MASTEN. Vlce-Pres. and Manager.
University of California.
THE REGULAR COURSE OF LECTURES
-will begin MONDAY, JUNE 2d, ot 9 o'clock,
at the college, Stockton street, comer Chestnut,
San Francisco. B. A. McLean, M. D Dean.
CO.! Merchant street, corner Montgomery, San
THE L. W. BL1NN LUMBER CO.
HAS REMOVED IT8 OFFICE TO LONG &
Spangenberg's Hardware Store, where they
have Telephone communication with the yard
near the depot, which secures prompt delivery
of all orders left at the office.
Boot and Shoe Maker.
BEST FRENCH KID LADIES' SHOES, HAND
sewed, from Jto7. Men's Best Trench
Calf Boots, hand sewed, from fi to 12; pegged,
from 5 to10. Fit guaranteed. Repairing of
all kinds neatly and promptly done. Shop op
PHXENIX IKON WORKS,
G. R. Williscraft, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
House nnd Ornamental Castings
Made to Order.
ENGINES, BOILERS, MINING AND
Agricultural Mnehinery Bought,
Sold and Repaired.
Works on Ynvapai street, near Jackson
Having purchased the grocery store of Sam
Wcuh Chung on Montezuma street, I will con
tinue tn me w ith a new stock of goods fresh from
San Francisco, which will arrive June 25. All
parties Indebted to or holding bills against Sam
Weuh Chung will tettle with the undersigned.
NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals for the construction of a six
Inch hewer from the Insane Asylum of Arizona,
to Salt River as per plat of survey now on (He
In the office of the lloard o! Directors of the In
bane Asylum of Arizona, will be received at the
office of said Board of Directors up to 2 o'clock
p. m., of Monday the 7th day of July A. D.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified
check for AJ0 and a copy of this notice.
Bids should be addressed to C. II. Knapp Sec
retary of the Insane Asylum of Arizona, and
marked "Sewer Propohals."
The Board reserves the right to reject any and
By order of tho Board of Directors of the In
sano Asylum ot Arizona.
S0-3w C. II. Knapp, Sec'y.
Fop Artesian Well Boring.
rTUIE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNI
JL versity of Arizona invite sealed proposals
for the sinking of a well upon the grounds of
the University within a radius of ten miles of
The bids should state the price for the follow
ing depths: 500 feet, 700 feet and 1000 feet, and
the price per each 100 feet above 1000 to 1500
The w ell will be cased from top to bottom
with the best casing used in such wells; said
casing not to be less than six inches in diame
ter. As a guarantee of the good faith of the bidder
each bid must be accompanied by a certified
check for the sum of flvo hundred (?500) dollars.
Bids will be received up to 8 o'clock Tuesday
night, June 22, 1890.
The Board reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. J. M. Ormsbv, Secretary.
TocsojJ, Ariz., June 5, 1890.
Arizona' Industrial Exposition
For the Fair to be Held at Phoenix,
Arizona, October 14, 15, 16
and 17, 1890.
TUESDAY, OCT. H.
1. Running Stake. 2-year-olds, bred, raised and
owned In Arizona; J-mlle dash.
Entrance. (10: added rnonev. S50.
2. Trotting, stallion stake; mile heats, 3 In 5.
Entrance, 25; added money, 125.
3. Trotting. 3-mlnute stake; mile heats, 3 In 5.
entrance, ly; auuea money, 75.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15.
4. Trotting. 2:40 stake; mile heats, 3 In 5; En
trance, V); added money, 200.
5. Running, 3-) car-old stake; Ji-milc, 2 in 3.
r-mrance, ?2s; aauea money, 7o.
-Running. For all ages; one mile dash. En
trance, 25; added money, 75.
THURSDAY, OCT. 16.
7. Trotting ond Pacing. 2:13 stake; mile heats
A in .'). r.ntrance, 25; added
8. Trotting. 3 ear old stakes; mile heats, 2 in
3. Entrance, 25; added money, 74.
9. Running. For all ages; '4-mlle dash. En
trance, 2j; auuea money, fo.
10. Trotting. 2-j car-old stake; mile heats, 2 in 3.
Entrance, 25; added money, 50.
FRIDAY, OCT. 17.
11. Running. Free for all; mile heats, 2 In 3-
Entrance, i; added money, 100.
12. Trotting or Pacing. Free forall: mile heats,
3 In 8 Entrance, 50; added
13. Running. 2-year-olds; 'f-mlle and repeat.
Entrance, 25; added money, j0.
Trotting and pacing in harness.
Amerieun Trotting Association rules govern
Nominations clo,e Septemlier 1, 1B90.
One-half of entrance must accompany nomi
nations; balance paid September 25.
Four or more entries to tui; three or more to
The Board of Directors reserve the right to
holdeutranceandstartara.ee with a less num
ber or to declare races on" when there are less
than three to start, also to trot heats of any two
races alternately, or to cell 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, but no added money.
A horse winning a race is entitled to first
money only, except when distancing the field
then to first and third money.
Stakes divided Into three moneys, CO per cent,
to first, 30 to second and 10 to third, except in
free-for all trot, 2:10 classes and 2-jear-old dash,
when third horse has entrance, 70 per cent, ot
balance to first hore and SO per cent to second.
Races commence at 1 r. sc. sharp each day.
Blanks for entries can be obtained from the
The Directors reverve the right to postpone
races on account of bad weather.
J. MCMILLAN, Secretary.
Redondo Beach, Cal.
This new and magnificent hotel w as opened to
the public May 1st. It is the most thoroughly
equipped and bust furnished house on the Pa
cific Coast. Two hundred and seventy-five
rooms, replete with every convenience: flro
place, hot and cold water, incandescent lights,
electric call and return system. Standing in the
center of a twenty-two acre tract, under high
cultivation, two hundred feet back from the
ocean blun". Arc lights on the grounds. Finest
surf bathing In America. The house has a fine
Otis elevator and by far the handsomest music
and dancing hall in Calllornia. The dining
room is a perfect gem of artistic perfection, su
perbly furnished and bo arranged that every
scat commands a view ot the ocean. There is a
cullery at one end, where a fine band plays for
t,he etenlng dances; also playing on the veranda
in the morning, in tne music anu uancing room
at night. Morning gcrmans will De a feature of
the house. The cuisine will also be a promi
nent factor. The house and surroundings are
simply perfection new, sweet and clean and
must be seen to oe 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 sjstem, running twelve
finely-equipped trains dally each way, landing
passengers right bock 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. Thero is a bluff and in
terior drhe, commanding a fine view of the
ocean, San Gabriel valley, Wilson's Peak, Old
Baldy, Sierra Madre range of mountains. Terms
same as other flrst-cla-8 houses. Special rates
forpermMiientsand families. All letters address
to the manager.
Fi. W. ROOT, Mn naffer.
R. II. GREENE. L. J. WOOD,
GREENE 5 WOOD,
Abstracts, Loans s Insurance
Phoenix, - - Arizona.
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most complete set of Abstract Books in
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