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TI-IE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, P.IICENIX. FRID.AY M.QRNINp, JGTN,E 27, 18.90.
THE REPUBLICAN MBLISIIIXli -COMPAM
Published Kvcry Day in the Year.
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Entered ut tho )ostollH'o as matter
The fiesta doesn't help the business
of tho town.
Yebterdav was n good day for the
coroner's the country over.
Remember that if you do not get
The Republican you do not get the news.
The bears are happy over tho action
of tho House on the silver bill. It has
sent down prices.
The man or society that doesn't lb
spect tho courts and its decrees cannot
be a good citizen.
Emi'khou William lias conferred a
baronetcy on .Major Wixsuiau, as a rec
ognition of his services in Africa.
Oxe of the dozen or moro Democratic
defaulting stato treasurers was sent to
the penitentiary, yesterday. This was
Hemingway, of Mississippi.
The Democracy is very sensiti vjum the
conduct of the Itebel Brigadiers in Con
giess, and with cause, too. Tho "Kebel
Yell" has done a world of harm to the
Spokane Falls' street car troubles
have quieted down, all hands awaitiug
legal decision in the case. Spokane has
a judge who, evidently, isn't .to he
No one ever thought of accusing tho
Herald of beinga Republican paper. As
a prominent Republican says: "It
used to claim to bo Republican but no
human being could tell what it was."
Portland, Oregon, demands a recount
of its people, because of the faulty man
ner in which the work was done by the
regular enumerators. As we have- be
fore remarked, many an ambitious town
will have its wings clipped by tho census.
Denver is now making a very vigor
ons protest against tho census enumera
tion. Instead of 175,000 peoplo tho city
will show only alwut 120,000. then
that is n very good showing as against
1880, being an increao ol about 100 per
The English cabinet has decided to
drop the licensing clause of tho local
taxation bill, but has postponed decision
regarding the disposal of license money.
Tho cabinet is in a good deal ot a quan
dary and has a narrow holo from which
The iron molder's striko in San Fran
cisco has with it a trail of blood, not
creditable to tho men engaged in it, nor
to tne city. TJio tragedy of yesterday is
a deplorable one, yet no ono will say
that the man who fired tho shot that
killed Coogan was n.ut justillable.
Silver legislation will help the gen
eral business of the country. There is
now only about $7 of monoy to the head
in tho United States. Tliirty-llve dol
lars to tho head would not Iks too much.
It would cnablo in to do live-fold the
business. Silver alone can give us more
AVe notice that Brother Wright, late
Chief Justice of tho Territory, in an in
terview published in the St. Louis lie
public, says that "All Arizona is oppoed
to the McKinley tariff bill." Much he
knows about it. What would Salt River
farmers do'in competition with Sonora
wheat and barley, raised on wages of 12
cents a day anil a fanega of corn a
week if thero was no tarlfTon theso articles.
Mr. Stanley and Miss Teniiant at
tended tho Commemoration Day exer
cises at Oxford University on Wednes
day and were given almost an uproar
ious reception. Tho degreo of Doctor of
Civil Law was conferred upon Mr.
Stanley and Professor Goodwin of
Harvard University. Stanley seems to
bo very solid with the English people,
and as "all tho world loves a lover,"
they have an especial attachment for
Our evening contemporary, the Her
ald, is still whining for sympathy, and
makes an effort to creato some for itself
by deprecating fair competition. Has
tho Herald ever leforo opposed the es
tablishment of a business enterprise in
Pluenix? Not much ; but it was always
reauy to Doom tne new doctor, tho new
'drugstore, tho new jeweler, tho now
furniture man, at so much a lino. It is
only when its own ox is gored that it
whines. Come out of this baby act and
lw a man. Don't whine.
The "organ" and its scheme havo found them
selves In a hopeless minority and despised and
rejected by every true Republican In tho Terri
tory, hence this howl for sympathy.
This is in reference to us. Rut there
must bo something wrong about it'. Tho
facts do not carry out tho assertion.
The Republican is just forty days old
and already has a bona fide payingcircu
lation double that of the Herald. This
doesn't look as though Tin: Republican
was "despised and rejected," and it
certainly has no reason to "howl for
hympnthy." Wo don't whine. Wo arc
right well, thank you, and will do bet
ter. If you don't think.so, como over
and look at our subscription books.
Our inoro or less esteemed contempor
ary, tho Citizen, has a peculiar idea of
hai mony. What aro wo to think of men
who will attend a convention of their
party, thero agree on harmony, bchig
loud in their demand for good political
feeling and all that and then return to
their homes and in the very next issuo
of an alleged party newspaper renew tho
old attacks. Wo have rcfcrcnco to tho
assault on Governor Wolfley's repre
sentation on the Territorial Committee
and tho covert, unjust and cowardly at
tack on the letter sent to tho Chairman
of tho Committeo by Surveyor General
Tho Citizen' contrast of tho letters of
Mr. Johnson and Mr. O'Neill was ex
ceedingly unfair. Now as a matter of
fact, neither of theso letters wero
read in the committee meeting, nor was
the meeting cognizant of their existence.
Nor wero they, so far as we havo heard,
considered in any way before the Com
mittee on Resolutions except to report
them back without recommendation.
Subsequently, by motion, they were re
turned to their authors. No one, there
fore, save tho Committee on Resolu
tions, knew of their existence. Under
tho action of the committee it was, in
deed, a grave breach of confidence on
tho part of the person who did so to
furnish copies thereof to any newspaper.
To havo given a garbled account,
especially, as to Mr. Johnson's letter,
was simply damnable.
So much having been said about these
letters, it ia but fair that
the full text of Mr. Johnson's note
should also go before the party
in the Territory. To that end we havo
secured a copy of the letter, which is
hero given :
Tucson, Ariz., June 'J), 1890.
Hon. William Christy, and Memliem of tho Ter
CIentlemen-I greatly regret that my official
duties are such as to prohibit my going to IMw
nix tomorrow, lu response to your kind Invita
tion. I more particularly regret my Inability to
go to listen tothedcllbcrationtiof the commit
tee on account of tho Importance of the occa
sion, preceding us it does the commencement ot
I want to take this occasion to nay that I have
nomisghing whatever about tho Republican
outlook for tho fall campaign. My experience
with Itepubllcans has been to the effect that He
publicans are UepubUcans under whatever cir
cumstances, and if peoplo are disinclined that
way, they can find a thousand cxcuscb; and If
it Is not one thing, It is another, and the sooner
they are on the other side of the fence, the safer
the party they affect to follow, consequently.
Inasmuch as these croaklngs occur every suc
ceeding campaign, I do not attach weight to
them, and I look forward to a most brilliant
vlctury for our party In the fall, and trust we
may all live to be there In our best bib and
tucker. Very respectfully yours,
Signed. Royal A. Johnson,
President Republican Club, Tucson.
It is this letter concerning which there
lias been so much comment of an ad
verse character. Surelv there is noth-
in this letter to which any good Repub
lican can object and no really sincere
uepuuucan wouui uso it as a means
of disturbing party harmony. Perhaps
it is as well that these things should be
plainly stated, not in antagonism of tho
suicidal political policy of the Citizen,
but that tho Republicans of tho Terri
tory may have the honest facts before
them and therefrom draw their own
In tliis connection it may bo as well
also lo publish Governor Wolfley's letter
to Chairman Christy, so that there may
bo no further misrepresentation on that
Territory or Arizona,
OrriCE OF THE GOVERNOR.
rnuiNix, June 21. 1M0.
Col. Wm. Christy, Chairman Territorial Com
mittee, Phoenix, Arizona:
Dear Colonel Several members of the mm.
mltlee have at different times asked me to state
subjects that have como to my attention, and
such rs might properly be considered by the
Republican Committee that is to meet today.
Hitherto, I have decliued to do so, fearing
that I might bo considered officious; on the
otner nanu, lest I might be considered indlffi.,-.
ent, I address you as follows, and leave it to
yourgood judgment whether or not to um anv
orallof the following suggestions for the con
sideration of the present meeting, to be used In
the line of party policy and for future legisla
tion: Mormnnism Idaho Tet Oath.
.Moderate Railroad Hates and Tares.
Salaries of Territorial and county officers llmi
ted to IJC00 per annum, including fees, etc.
Two North and South Kallroads and a con
necting branch through tho Gila Valley, and
the necessary legislation to insure reasonable
rates (freights and fares), subject to tho ap
proval of Congress.
In Civil cacs Jury may render verdict after four
hours on three-fourths agreeing, afler six hours
on two-thirds agreeing, and after nine hours on a
majority agreeing. In no other cases is a unani
mous agreement required, and only In excep
tional rases Is even a two-third majority; al
most universally a bare majority carries.
This would save thousands of dollars to thn
people and more speedily bring litigation to
a close. As in Colorado a second trial might bo
Adopt the Colorado mining law that rennirr
a ten-foot shaft or adit to tie made for each loca
tion, or relocation within ninety days from
uatc 01 location, or relocation in addition to
This olds lu development, and prevents the
covering of largo areas by a few individuals.
Adoption of a usury law making over 12 per
cent per annum usurious.
Hoping that you will receive and consider
this In the same spirit that It Is Intended, viz:
For the good of the party. I remain, yours
truly, Lewis Wolflev.
This is not only an unobjectionable
letter, but it is a wise and suggestivo
one. It furnishes food for thought and
the skeleton on which to build an in
vinciblo party policy and it Is a mattor
for regret that it didn't receive tho con
sideration to which it is entitled. Wo
submit it to tho honest consideration
of irootl and loyal Republicans and ask
them if there is anything in this letter
that calls for explanation or defenso?
Some time since, the. military authori
ties made a survey of the western bound
ary, but Congress deemed it advisable
that an ofilcial survey, iindor tho direc
tion of tho General Land Office should
be made, and a special appropriation
for the purpose was made lastyear.
The lino will bo in'the neighborhood
of 110 miles lu length, and passes over a
very rough country, rich in minerals,
but difficult of access. It is estimated
that fully two months will be consumed
in the work. A military escort accom
panies Deputy Smith from Dudleyville,
and about ten men will he ongaged in
AUIZONA AN INVITATION.
Como to the land where mountain and plain
Stretch grandly away to tho sounding shore;
Where a great river rolls to the ocean main,
And an azure clear sky arches nil o'er.
Come where the sun sheds his brightest rays,
And fields ever green fore'er bless the eye;
Where tho health-giving zephyr in wantonness
In this bounteous land hope and love cannot
Come to a land where storms never beat
With a fullness of fear, or a winter to blast;
Come, and here you will And tho richest retreat
That God, for his children, on tho round earth
Then come to the land of the mountain and
Where nature gives fruitage the whole sea
Where joy fills the heart and banishes pain,
And health, peace and pleasure forever
In this goodly land 'tis dellghtsomo to live,
Men grow grander In mind and broader in
For the earth in its fullness so freely doth give,
That we feel nature's love and great soul work
J. E. W.
The Pacific Coast has organized at the
world's fair. California has taken the
chairmanship of the sub-commission and
Colorado the secretarship. Mark L. Mc
Donald, the chairman, is a resident of
Santa Rosa, California,whcro ho conducts
a bank and a much on a large scale. He
is a man of commanding presence, easy
manners and splendid executivo
ability. He is a man of affairs,
broad guago, enterprising and en
ergetic, just tho man for tho place
which lie has been called to fill. F. J.
V. Skiff of Denver, who has been chosen
Secretary, is at present Commissioner of
Immigration for Colorado and an ex
journalist. He went from Lawrence,
Kan., to Denver, and for many years
was the lifo of the Tribune. Ho is quick
witted, sharp and clever, and a splendid
choico for the important position of
Reagan of Texas, in tho discussion
over the admission of Wyoming as a
State yesterday grew facetious in hand
ling woman suffrage. Wait till Sorosis
gets through with Reagan.
whero tho remains of tho child were
buried. The poor father and mother were
frantic, raving and praying all through
tho ceremony. They were given a
a room at the Mayberry house and
locked in, it ltcing honed that as tho
baby wa$ really buried they might re
sign themselves to their loss'; but during
the night the" pair escaped by a window
and wero found in tho cemetery, where
they had nearly succeeded in exhum
ing the coffin. ' When taken away they
became so violent that it Aas necessary
to securo them. They have been ad
judged insane and will bo sent to tho
asylum. Tho case has excited much
sympathy throughout tho county, as tho
doctor has quite a reputation for learn
ing and skill in his profession, and his
wife being noted for her benevolence
A lilt of Impudence.
From the Terro Haute Express.
Cliolly Excuse my asking, but do
you really enjoy talking to yourself ? I
have noticed you have that habit.
Dolly I auppose I enjoy it, but why
do you ask?
Cholly O, I didn't know whether
you did or not. You see, I didn't know
but tnat the enjoyment you took in
talking to yourself was counterbalanced
by the infliction of having to listen to
yourself at the same time!
During tho session of a Sunday school
at Sugar Creek, Stark county, Ohio, on
Sunday, tho Methodist church was
struck by lightning and nearly burned.
Victor Miller was instantly killed and
Ixjuis Miller, son of the pastor, badly
burned and Cornelius Anderson is in a
At Newman, Cal., yesterday morn
ing, the boiler of a threshing machine
near Los Huron exploded, injuring two
men. A man named Hodges had a leg
broken-, ono or both eyes destroyed, lie
sides Iwing badly cut by Hying pieces of
Wonderful Cases of Recovery
THE MOST STUBBORN DISEASES ERADICATED
Spontaneous Testimonials to
Skill ami Effective Treat
incut of Dr. McLennan.
Defaulting Democratic State Treasurer.
Tho Intelligencer invites attention of
tho people to tho following list of ras
cally Democratic State Treasurers of
Democratic States with tho amount of
State Treasurer Hemingway of Missis
sippi stolo f315,000.
State Treasurer Nolan of Missouri
State Treasurer Tate of Kentucky
State Treasurer Vincent of Alabama
State Treasurer Churchill of Arkansas
State Treasurer Polk of Tennessee
Over-duo Tax Commissioner Calloway
of Arkansas stole $11,000.
Stato Treasurer of Maryland stole
Stato Treasurer Ihirke of Louisiana
Attention, defaulters! Listen to the
roll call: Alabama, Arkansas, Ken
tucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi,
Missouri and Tennessee. To the head
of the column! Forward, march! The
vast army of Democratic defaulters in
other official positions and places of
trust will fall in at the rear, making an
innumerable legion of bright and shin
ing lights of Democracy who grandly
illustrate the policy and principles of
CUAZKI) BY H.VHY'H DKATII.
AN IMPORTANT SURVEY.
Deputy Surveyor John C. Smith left
Tucson yesterday to survey tho western
boundary of tho-White Mountain Indian
reservation, under contract with tho
This is ono of tho most important
surveys that has been made in Arizona,
inasmuch as it will determine the locus
of rich mines, and other valuable- prop
erty. Among the mines whoso location
is" in dispute is tho Stonewall, and tho
Tweed. Tho Stonewall has produced ore
worth upwards of $12 per pound, and is
without question ono of tlie most promis
ing properties in the -Territory. Tho
Tweed is a copjicr property, and was
worked extensively until copper fell to
10;. cents per pound, when work was
stopped. Tho work was prosecuted
under the direction of Professor Doug
lass, tho president of tho Copper Queen.
A Father anil Mother Frantlo ut the I.ornt
of Their Child.
A strange and pathetic little posses
sion was seen entering this place
yesterday morning, writes a Livingston,
Texas, correspondent. It consisted of a
mud-splashed buggy containing a hag
gard, disheveled man and -woman, with
a nttlo collm at their feet, and
Constable Smith leading the poor
tired horse, followed by a crowd of
grave-faced men. Tho man and woman
wero Dr. William Ripperdam and his
wife from Shady llurn, a little place
about eighteen miles east of hero, and
tho coffin contained the body of their
child. Tho history of their appearance
nuru is one oi mo saddest, possible.
About fifteen nipnths ago this child -was
uuui iu uiu uuiijmu, wno una reaencu
middle age without, children, and
the baby became tho idol of thoiarents'
hearts. It was touching to witness their
devotion to the little creature, which
they attended constantly, and when,
about two weeks ago, death robbed them
of it tho warmest sympathy was felt for
them throughout the community.
Preparations for its burial were made,
but on the morning appointed Dr. llip
perdam and his wife, toccther with tho
coffin containing the body, were found
to have disappeared. Their house was
left open, and only the doctor's buggy
and horse wero cone. As thev hnd
no relatives to interfere, thev we nnr
sought for, and the eeneral sunnosition
was that they had taken tho child olso-
wiiere tor burial. But news camo in a
few days that a buggy containing a man
and womanwith a coffin was being
driven aimlessly about the country. All
who met them declared that ono or the
other of them prayed aloud all the
time. Sometimes they wero run across
seated by a running stream partaking
of a meal x of crackers, potted
meat, etc., with the horso crop
ping the grass near by and tho casket
beside them. When accosted they
answered that they feared the body
would bo taken from them, and then
they hoped by prayer to prevail on the
Deity to restoro it to life, quoting tho
miracle of the widow's son.
They wero seen near here tho day be
fore yesterday and wero taken charge of
by Constablo Smith and n posso, who
brought the buggy and its occupants
with their melancholy treasure to town,
A Rei'Oblican reporter overheard, on Wash
ington street, yesterday, a conversation that In
terested him greatly. I'eter Rasmusen, a well
known farmer located a few miles below Pho
nix, was replying to the congratulations of a
friend upon his very apparent improvement In
"Yes," said Mr. Itasinusscn, "my condition of
comparative health Is Indeed wonderful, when
It Is considered that hut a few weeks ago I was
but a physical wreck. With kidneys and liver
deranged to such ti degree that physlcans had
practically given me up as Incurable, I lost all
hoe and made my will with the full ex.
lactation of dying within a short time. While
I was in this condition of mind and body, Joe
Gllmourcamelo me and counseled that I visit
Dr. MacLenuan. I expressed the opinion that
my case was beyond the reach of human skill,
but he persisted and fairly packed me off to see
tho Doctor, telling me on tho way of the almost
marvelous manner In which he himself had
oeen cured. The first treatment at the hands of
Ilr MacLcnnan gave me strength and hope and
today I am wclj. I cannot speak In too high
terms of the physician who has done all this for
me. Ills work is marvelous and every day I
hear of cases of sickness equal to mine in sever
ity that havo yielded to his skill."
Pursuing the subject tho reporter called
around on Mr. (Illmour. He is a member of the
thriving firm of (Illmour Bros., blacksmiths,
whose extensive shops occupy the southwest
corner of Center and Adams street.
In response to a query relative to his recov
ery from sickness, ho emphatically said: "I
one my restoration to health to the treatment I
iave received from Doctor McLennan. For two
years I nau suuereu irom Laryngitis until my
voice was lost to that extent that I could not
speak aliovo a whisper, ray general health was
undermined, and I was going fatt on a decline.
I tried everything doctors, tho Hot Springs and
all and nothing seemed of any use. Shortly
alter Doctor McLennan came here, I placed my
self under his care. Today, I feel better than
for years past, my throat trouble has disap
peared, and 1 can yell like a cowboy,"
Continuing his Investigations, the reporter
called next on the Doctor himself, at his parlors
on the second floor of the Monlhon building.
The reception room was found crowded with
ladles, while on the balcony were seated a num.
berof men awaiting their turns.
The reporter retired to await a more favorable
time for securing an Interview with the Doctor,
and, meanwhile, engaged In conversation with
Hon. J. D. Monlhon, Chairman of the Board of
Insane Asylum Directors, whoe office adjoins
that of the Doctor, "There seems to be a con
tinuous stream of people," said Mr. Monlhon,
"pouring into the next room all day long. They
arc amicted with almost every 111 that flesh Is
heir to: but I hear from them, as they go away,
nothing but the highest praise for Doctor
McLennan aud confident hope for complete re
covery. I know', personally, of a number of
extraordinary cures he has made, that show
him to be a most able physician."
A CAKE OF l'ARALYSIS.
When opportunity offered admittance was
gained to the operating room, whero a pleasant
greeting was received from tho Doctor. He was
working upon a patient under treatment for
paralysis. The mode of operation seemed to be
a combination of electricity, massage and med
The gentleman being operated upon is named
Lieurencc Wcntllng. During a short absence of
the Doctor's he grew enthusiastic In his praise
ot tho treatment received.
"Just four years aud three months ago." he
said, "I wasminlngou Lynx creek, near I'res
cott. One morning on arising I was stricken as
quickly as though a bullet had hit me with
paralysis in the right side, arm and leg. I was
taken to Prcscott and have since
spent in physcians fees alone over $700
I was at the Castle Creek Hot Springs
when I heard that Dr. McLennan wa in I'hn?
nix and took the earliest opportunity of com
ing down and consulting him. I have been
under his carejor two weeks and see" he raised
hlsarmabotc his head "I can use my arm
without troublo and am able to walk without
crutches. I am deeply grateful for the good
that has licen done me, when recovery seemed
out of the question."
81'INAL TK0UM.E CURED.
Another patient whose treatment was wit
nessed was CI, K. Smith, the cleaner and dyer,
whose shop Is located on Corlcz street opposite
the Monlhon block. He has been troubled for
several years with what the Doctors called
Sciatica and for five months past has been un
able to do any work at all. He placed himself
under Doctor McLcnnan's care about ten days ago
when It was discovered that his ailment was a
curvature of the spine, caused by the wasting
away of the tissue between the vertebra) of the
lower portion of the spinal column. He Is now
much Improved. His back is regaining its sup
pleness, showing that the natural oil Is once
more being secreted, and he confidently expects
an entire euro before the Doctor leaves.
Dr. MacLeunan Is a man of fine physique,
with every indication of strong natural mag
netic power. " He ascribes his success in the
treatment oi tne cnronic diseases mat are
brpught to him to the improved methods he
uses and to the superior apparatus he brings to
his aid. Those who need his services should
not delay seeing him, for I'hccnix cannot hope
to long retain him.
;PH(ENIX IKON WORKS,
fi. R. Williscraft, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
House and Ornamental Castings
Made' to Order. '
ENGINES, BOILERS, MINING AND
Sold and Repaired.
Works on Yavapai street, near Jackson
SOOT AJfTJ SHOW MAKER.
TJE8T FRENCH KID LADIES' SHOES, HAND
Jj sewed, from f3to7. Men's Ilest French
Calf Hoots, hand sewed, from $S to $12; pegged,
from ?Wolu. Fit' guaranteed. ltepalrlng'of
all kinds neatly and promptly done, Shop op
For Artesian Well Boring.
mHE 110AHD OK REGENTS OK THE UNI
JL vcrslty of Arizona Invite sealed proposal
for the Blnklnt;of a well upon the grounds of
the University within a radius ot ten miles of
The bids should state the price for the follow
ing depths: 500 feet, TOO feet and 1000 feet, and
the price per each loo feet above 1000 to 1300
The h ell will be cased from top to bottom
with the best casing used In such wells; tald
casing not to be less than six Inches lu diame
ter. . Aa a guarantee of the good faith of the bidder
each bid must be accompanied by a certified
check tor the sum of five hundred (froo) dollars.
Ilids will be received up to 8 o'clock Tuesday
night, June 'JL', 18S0.
The Hoard reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. J. M. OimsiiY, Secretary.
Tucson, Aris,, Junes, lh30.
TUCSON" ADVE RTI8KMKXTS.
THE SANTA CRUZ NATIONAL Rffi
West side of Church I'laza; Finest Uealauraut
South of San Francisco.
II. M. JACOIW, .... I'KEsir.EST
SAMUEL HUGHES, Vkk-Pbkiijem
private dimxg rooms, strictly FiRSTCHSS. ! Capital Paid Up,$5O,O00
ALEX. ROSSI and JOE MICOTTf. ' j IVXS OK MAKES ADVANCES ON ooij,
I J Dust or llulllon. makes advance n. m
j or County Warrants. hVcrows received, lounit
jund Municipal Ilonds Negotiated. Drafts n J
leiegrepnic iransiers on -cw ork, (.'hicaio
St. Ixmls, San FranclKCOand I,os Angeles Bill!
of Exchange on all European points.
Large fire Proof Vault at
f. . .tho Service of Our l'rienU
Londoii.I'arls and American Hank, San Franeluo
Hanover National Hank, - Neu Wt
Hank of Commerce, ht Louii
Union National Hunk, .... thicto
California Hank, ... LosAngelei
M. T. J,TC.JfiJCM:.Vr, - CiBlu,.r.
JOHN C. SMITH.
Office: Care U. S. Surveyor-General,
THE LEXINGTON1 STABLES, AT TCCS0T.
Finest equipages in the Territory.
SPLENDID S'IWXUjKS S
Orders may be sent In from the hotel at the depot
-.1 " "T 'I " ,
I'urchascrsof Copper, Lead. Silver and Oold ore
Heturns made as soon as the Ore Is sampled and
Hales od Ores Can be Obtained on Application
In person or by mall, at the office of the
Works, Tuscon, Ariz.
NOTICK TO C'ONTItACTOItS.
Sealed proposals lor the construction of a six
Inch sewer from the Insane Asylum of Arizona,
to Salt Kiver as per plat of survey now on file
In the office of the Hoard of Directors of the In
Kane Asylum of Arizona, will be received at the
oQlcc of said Hoard of Directors up to "J o'clock
p. in., of Monday the 7th day of July A. D.
Each bid must be accompanied bv a certified
check for fi't) and a copy of this notice.
Hlds should be addressed to U. II. Knapp Sec
retary of the Insane Asylum of Arizona, and
marked "Sewer Proposals."
The Hoard reserves the right to reject any and
Hy order of the Hoard of Directors of the In
sane Asylum of Arizona.
so-3w C. II. Knapp, Sec'y.
Maricopa and Phoenix Railroad.
In effect June 15, 1890.
THK KINK ATCTS
Have taken a strong hold upon
the fashions of flic present
time. This is ecpecially notice
able in the lienutiful effects now
attained in furniture. In -this
lino we have as complete a de
partment as can be .found any
where. Kstimates furnished at
all times. Our carpets aud
wall papers are of the latest
L. ZECREXDOKF & CO.,
SILVER - LAKE
FINE HOATINO AND FISIUNO
2 Milesfrom Tucson 2
A l'lcasant Drive on a flood lioad.
The Onlj tail-House in Hie Tenilorv
ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE
ConnresH St., Tnwoii.
II HO a.m.
Trains slop on signal.
Trains make close connection with Southern
raclflc trains. Connect at Tempe with stages
for Nfesa City, Jonesville and Fort McDowell.
AtMiu-nlx with stages for l'rescott, Gillett,
Wickenburg and Vulture.
C. S. M ASTEN, Vieel'res. and Manager.
n. 11. GKKENE.
L. J, WOOD,
GREEHE S WOOD.
Abstracts, Loans Insurance
A HSTRACTS OF TITLE lIAVINfJ THE
r. most complete set of Abstract Hooks in
Maricopa County, wo cau furnish abstracts of
Ranch, City, Mine or Canal property on short
notice and reasonable terms.
Fire, Life ond Accident Insurance written in
the best companies dclngbnslness on the Pacific
coast. OKEENE & WOOD,
FINEST SALOON IN THE CITY.
A Hot Lunch Served Free Every Day,
JIMMIE BROWN, Proprietor.
J. FRAftK & CO.,
WM. II. KARNES,
JOHN II. MARTIN,
Wm. C. HOll-O.N,
Law OrncEs, TutMs, Arizona
JOHN II. THOMAS,
Washinqtos., D. C.
V. WRIGHT, ATTORNEY AT
Pearson Ulock, Tucson, Arizona.
M E A. T S
Of A.11 Kinds
MOUNTAIN MEAT MAM'.
Wholesale Dealers in
DRY :-: GOODS.
Redondo Beach, Cal.
This new and magnificent hotel was opened to
the public May 1st. It Is the most thoroughly
equipped and best furnished house on the I'a
clflo Coast. Two hundred and seventy-five
rooms, replete with every convenience: Are
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 tho
ocean bluff.. Arc lights on the grounds. Finest
surf bathing In America The house has a flue
Otis elevator aud by far the handsomest music
and dancing hall In Calllornla. The dining
room Is a perfect gum of artistic perfection, su
perbly furnished and ,so arranged that every
seat commands a view of the ocean. There is a
gallery at ono end, where a flue band plays for
the evening dances; also playing on tho veranda
in the morning, lu the music and dancing room
at night. -Jlornlng germans will be a feature of
tho house. The cuislno 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 Atchlsou,
Topcka and Santa Fe runs six trains dally from
Los Angeles. The company own their own rail
road, running to Los Angeles, connecting with
the Graud Avenue cable system, running twelve
finely-equipped trains dally each way, landing
passengers right back, of the hotel. There Is a
pier, where boats from San Francisco, San Diego
and other point! make regular landings. Steam
and sailing yachts can be had. The fishing is
tho finest on the coast. There Is a bluff and In
terior drive, commanding a fine view of the
ocean, San Gabriel valley, Wilson's Peak, Old
Baldy, Sierra Madre range of mountains. Terms
same as other first-class houses. Special rates
for permimentsand families. All letters address
to the mauager.
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Wholesale :-.: Buyers.
GIVE US A TIUAU'Wt
JOHN OETEIGr, PE0P.
Maricopa Loan and Trust Co,,
Incorporated, Fehruarv 1, 188S.
Paid up Capital ."$100,000.
JOSEPH W. SPAULDING, President.
JERRY MILLAY, General Manager
HINE, Asl!tant Cahler
J. A.. BLACK,
113 ConccreHH St., 'L'ucHon, -Arls!.
Wells, Fargo .t Co's Rank San Fntncb-co
W.T. Rlckards &Co Chicago
National Park Bank New York Clt
Northern Hanking Co ..Portland, Me
Money Loaned on Heal Estate or Per
sonal securities, and a reneral Banking
Hanking House Dasenient of Ander
X H JTj
Haul of Arizona,
W. KALES, President.
SOU LEWIS, Vice-President.
GEO. W. HOADLEY, Cashier.
Capital, Piiid Up,
Surplus, - - - -
- SI 00,000
- - 25,000
H0WAKD x WATCHES.
Finest work done at short notice. Orders hy
mall or express especially solicited.
M. W. Kai.e, J. v. T. Smith,
CiiarKes Goldman, Geo. W,
Sol. Lew is
The Bank of, California San Franclwo
ARcncyof Hank of California ........New York
The Farmers' and Merchants' Bank. Los Anecle.
The Bank of Commerw St. Loul
Consolidated Rank Tucson
Bank of Anrona Prescott
N. M. Rothschilds & Sons London
A IX KINDS
OF FURNITURE AND UP-
holsterlmr. Mattre-ci rprnvprod And n-
milrcd. Carpets sewed and laid. Shop next to
hwnlx Plaining Mill, Maricopa street.
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