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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHOENIX. SATURDAY MORNING-, JULY 5. 1890.
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Entered at tho postoillce as matter of the
Nice quiet little light being
District Attorney Cox.
SnAtLitbo Gray or Webb? That's
the question tbnt is agitating tho local
If Fred DuBois is not sent to the Sen
ate front Idaho then inilped are her peo
Tm: Democracy is a little cut up about
county offices, and there's heap of
Waste of water in a section like this
is criminal. Negligence in this respect
should bo made a crime.
The Tombstone Prospector hit it the
first time: "What Arizona needs is
more muscle and fewer statesmen."
Rmso.v has gained a victory and tho
senseless lights on Mr. Mitsten and tho
road which ho represents have ceased.
The next Republican Territorial Con
tention will bo tho largest, most har
monious and most enthusiastic tho
party has ever held.
Pehfect harmony now prevails in tho
ltepublican party in Arizona, and now
the Zulickites and anti-Zulickitcs are
beginning to row. More pow er to them.
Chief Cz uixosky had mado splendid
preparations for the fighting of firo yes
terday. The way to prevent conflagra
tions is to bo prepared for them is evi
dently the chief's theory and ho is
Pjkenit did honor to itself in its
splendid celebration of tho Fourth. Tho
day i as almost universally observed as
a holiday, tho decorations wero general
and elaborate and tho parade in every
Says the Los Angeles Herald;
would make amusing reading if
one should really tell tho peoplo of tho
sixth congressional district what made
tho Republicans nominate Vandever for
Congress in 1876 and renominate him in
1888." That is an easy ono ; principally
to defeat Joo Lvnch.
So sws the Sifter Belt: "Inasmuch as
opposition journals are trying to saddle
tho Democratic party w ith Zulick's acts,
whilo Goernor, it is proper to state
that tho party of which ho claims to bo
on activo member twice, in Terrritorial
convention, repudiated him; hence it
was tho party ref used to bo handicapped
by shouldering his objectionable act..
What the party w ants and must have in
tho next canvass in order to win, ik a
ticket frco from all taint of Zulickism.
Thoso who played second fiddlo to him
should not be given a placoontho ticket.
Bolters desirous of a recognition should
only be reinstated upon proof of repent
ance." To which the Tucson Star re
. sponds : "That is so."
We aohee wiW the Los Angeles Timet
that thero ate tcarcely any bounds to tho
, possible, future population of a city sui-
.' fruunucu uv iiuiu wuiuii can lxj iuuuu 10
'-"yield from $500 to $1000 an acre, in ber
' ries. fruits and vegetables five acres of
which land, intelligently cultivated, will
supjwrt a family in comfort a city,
moreover, which is capable of being
made a Mecca for health-seekers ; w hich
has soino of tho richest mining sections
of the world tributary to it, and whoso
location, between tho ocean and tho
lowest passes across the mountains, in
vites tho commerco of tho world. Hero
is a case "where the imagination may
safely bo given free play with tho assur
ance tlmf in years to come, those who
witness tho results will bo able to say
that truth is stranger than fiction that
the realities aro greater than thoso con
ceived in our most sanguino dreams.
Let us realize our opportunities in this
chosen land and live up to them.
Ox Juno 28 the President approved
tho funding act for tho Territory of Ari
zona. Tho bill passed just as it was
drawn by Governor Wolfley, with tho
exception of tho limit of tho bond, which
is fixed at twenty years Instead of fifty.
It will bo remembered that Delegate
Smith endeavored to kill tho bill by
having tho life of tho bonds shortened
to ten years, and it passed tho House in
that shape. By hard work Governor
Wolfley induced the Senate to restore
tho fifty year limit. When tho bill was
returned to tho House f r concurrence
Delegate Smith again antagonized tho
fifty year scheme and a conference com
mittee was appointed. This committee
compromised on kinds of a twenty year
This interference of Marcus A. Smith,
and his unpatriotic efforts to kill tho bill,
will cost tho Territory at least one-half of
one per cent moro interest on tho bonds
than it would have cost had tho bonds
been mado payable after fifty years.
Any banker or moneyed man will say
that the longer tho timo or lito of a bond
tho better it w ill sell. For that reason
tho interference of Delegate Smith has
added at least one-half of one per cent
on three millions of dollars, or fifteen
thousand dollars a year to tho debt of
Arizona. Whether ho did so through
ignorance or partisan jealousy of Gov
ernor Wolfley is immaterial. Tho added
debt is thero just the same and that wo
have Mr. Smith to thank for.
TIio truo merits ol tins bill w HI grow
on tho peoplo of Arizona year by year,
as the interest on the debt is reduced
from seven, eight or ten per cent, to Ave
per cent or less. As wo have said be
fore, few persons probably understand
tho inimediato rolief this act will give to
tho people. Thero aro outstanding
about $600,000 in warrants that bear 10
per cent, interest. This includes Terri
torial, County, City and School Districts.
Theso will bo at once funded in bonds
bearing 5 per cent, interest, thus mak
ing a saving of 5 per cent, within tho
next year on $000,000 or ?:!0,000. Tho
average tax, Territorial, County, etc., is
fully 3 per cent, on about $30,000,000 of
valuation, equal to $900,000, nearly all
of which is paid out annually in war
rants bearing 10 per cent, interest.
The funding bill places us on a cash
basis, beginning with January 1, 1891.
That is, all debts for 1890 and prior
years will bo funded, tfnil tho taxes as
sessed and paid In 1890 will, every dol
lar of it be available for tho year 1891.
By paying cash instead of warrants
there will be annually a paving of 10 per
cent, on $900,000 or $90,000 less 5 per
cent, on tho $000,000 funding bonds is
sued to take up warrants equal to $30,'
000 leaving a difference annually of
The purchasing power of tho $900,000
of warrants issued annually is not more
than 93 cents on tho dollar, which will
make an annual difference to tho peoplo
to whom the warrants aro issued of
Thero aro about $500,000 of bonds,
Territorial and others, that can be
funded at once at a saving of fully 'J
per cent, or $10,000 annnually, and
about $2,500,000 that can all bo funded
within about fho years at a Baving of
fully 3 per cent, or $75,000. Tho results
for tho first year as thus given can bo
tabulated as follows:
Saving on fi00,0fl0 outstanding warrants $T0,0W
SnvliiK on uio.ouoaunual warrants to.uoo
Saving on 900,000 difference for eah. .11,000
Saving on 500,000 dlllerencc in Interest on
hand . . ., ..10,000
Saving tlrst j ear. $115,000
For tho second, third and fourth years,
tho savins' will be $115,000 a i-car. In
tho fifth year there will bo added to tills
the saving of 3 per cent, on $2,500,000
funded, or $75,000, making a total sav
ing of $190,000 annually on and after tho
The credit of this great saving to the
people of tho Territory is due to Gov
ernor Woltlcy alone, from its inception
to its finally becoming a law, and that
too, against tho active opposition of tho
Democratic Pelcgate, Marcus A. Smith,
as shown by tho Congressional llecord.
The Governor will, as soon as a certi
fied copy of this law is received, call tho
Board of Loan Commissioners and at
once take activo steps to fund all out
standing warrants, Territorial, county,
city and echool district, and all other
debts or bonds that can bo legally called
Says tho Tombstone Projector: "The
kick against Governor Wolfley by tho
mosslmcks of his party is nothing now.
In eory Stato and Territory in tho
Union may bo w itnessed tho same an
tics. lt is not a bad idea either, for if
it tlocfi not start the blood into circula
tion it has started a paper into circula
tion, of which Arizona has cause to be
proUd. If tho Herald and Citizen have
tho lUKhtinnreoicr the result of their
froo lunch, they have only to blame
themselves for it."
A FEW PLAIN FACTS.
Under tho above heading tho Gazette
publishes a column editorial that should
be read by everyone interested in the
welfare of this valley, yes, of all South
ern Arizona. The Hei'uiii.icak joins
with the Qazette in saying that "tho
timo has arrived when tho welfare of
the valley must be put in advance of
any personal desires of individuals."
In orchards and vineyards lie the true
wealth or advancement of all Southern
Arizona, because of land we have thou
sands of acres, and to spare, but of water
tho supply is very limited, and will con
tinue to bo limited until such time as
exceedingly costly reservoirs shall be
built and that not only takes vast sums of
money, but even if tho money was now
ready would take two or three ysars
timo to construct. Orchards and vine
yards not only take tho smallest quan
tity of water, but tho profits per acre
aro also far greater, averaging from $500
to $1000 per acre. While it is a lew
estimato to say that ono acre of alfalfa
requires as much water as five acres of
matured orchards or vines at least as
cultivated in this valley, whilo tho gross
yield from an aero of alfalfa is not to ex
ceed ten tons, which at $5 ia only $50
as the gross yield a year, or less than
one-tenth of tho averago profits from
orchard or vineyard; or, with tho same
quantity of water, tho yield would be
five times this or fifty times
moro UBed in nn orchard or
vineyard than on an alfalfa field.
These figures uro exceedingly con
servative as few farmers raise ten
tons of alfalfa to tho aero or get $5 a ton
for what they do raise and the number
of acres, of matured fruits or vines that
can bo successfully cultivated witlt tho
water required for ono acre of alfalfa is
oven moro than 11 vo to one, and $500
for tho yield of an. aero of orchard
or vineyard is much below tho average.
It is claimed by soma that alfalfa
thoroughly flooded in tho winter or early
spring will live through tho year and fur
nish two or three cuttings. This, if
truo and it is given on good authority is
exceedingly important, and n law should
bo passed or other means taken to limit
water per aero to tho amonnt necessary
for fruit, or thus fotcing all who cultivate
alfalfa to flood it before the water be
gins to get scarco in tho spring, and
not be allowed any increase thereafter
until" water is again abundant. No
more iinportaht question than this call
receive tho, attention of our farmers.
This of course applies to old and matured
fields of alfalfa, tho roots of which it is
well known grow to a very great depth.
Exceptions to the law or regulation
could or should bo mado in tho limited
standing of young fields, for should this
prove truo there could then bo no ob
jection to alfalfa cultivated in this man
ner as thero is always an over abund
ance of water in tho la?o winter and
early spring. Unless we aro misin
formed, John B. Montgomery has a field
of alfalfa that has not been watered
since tho winter, that has given good
crops and is doing exceedingly well.
NG GOOD WORK,
Fruit of Dr.
THE MOST STUBBORN DISEASES YIELD.
Spontaneous Testimonials from Well
Known Citizens of the Salt
A reporter overheard, on Yashington
street, jestcrday, a conversation that in
terested him greatly. Peter ltasmussen,
a well known farmer located a fow miles
below Phcenix, was replying to tho con
gratulation of a friend upon his very ap
parent improvement in health.
"Yes," said 3Ir.Itasmus3en, "mycon
dition of comparative health is indeed
wonderful, when it is considered that
'uit, a few weeks ago I, was but a physical
wreck. With klndey and liver deranged
to such a degree that physicians had
practically given me up as incurable, I
lost all hope and mado my will with tho
full expectation of dying within a short
timo. Whilo I was in this condition of
mind and body, Joo Gilmour camo to
mo and counseled that I visit Dr. Mac
Lennan. I expressed tho opinion that
my caso was beyond tho reach of human
skill, but ho persisted and fairly packed
mo off to seu tho Doctor, telling mo on
the way of tho almost marvelous manner
in which ho himself had been cured.
Tho first treatment at tho hands of Dr.
MacLcnnan gave me strength and hope
and today I am well. I cannot speak in
too high terms of tho physician who has
done all this for mo. His work is mar
velous and every day I hear of cases of
sickness oqual to mine fn severity that
have yielded to his skill."
Pursuing tho subject the reporter
called around on Mr. Gilmour. Ho is a
member of tho thriving firm of Gilmour
Bros., blacksmiths, whoso extensive
shops occupy tho southwest corner of
Center and Adams.
In response to a query relative to his
recovery from sickness, lie emphatically
said: "I ow e my restoration to health
to tho treatment I havo received from
Dr. MacLcnnan. For two years I had
suffered from Laryngitis until my voice
was lost to that extent that I could not
speak above a whisper, my general
health was undermined, and I was go
ing fast on a decline. I tried everything
doctors, the Hot Springs and all and
nothing seemed of any use. Shortly
after Doctor MacLcnnan camo here, I
placed myself under his care. Today, I
feel better than for years past, my throat
trouble has disappeared, and I can yell
like a cowboy."
Continuing his investigation, tho re
porter called on the Doctor himself, at
iris parlors on the second floor of the
Monihon building. Tho reception room
was found crowded with ladies, while
on tho balcony were seated u number of
men awaiting their turns.
The reporter retired to await a more
favorable time for securing an interview
with tho Doctor, and, meanwhile, en
gaged in conversation with Hon. J. D.
Monihon, Chairman, of tho Board of
Insane Asylum Directors, wlioto office
adjoins that of tho Doctor. "There
seems to be a continuous stream of
people." said Mr. Monihon, "pounnit
into the next room all day long. They
aro afflicted w ith almost every ill that
flesh is heir to; but I hear from them as
they ko away, nothing but tho highest
praise for Dr. MacLennan, and confident
iiopes for complete recovery. I know,
personally, of a number of extraordinary
cures lie has mado. that show him to bo
a most able physician."
A CASK OK 1'ARALVSIS.
When opportunity offered admittanco
was gained-to the operating room, where
a cordial greeting was received from the
Doctor. He was w orking upon a patient
under treatment for paralysis. The
mode of treatment seemed, to bo a
combination of electricity, massage and
The gentleman being operated upon
iB named Llcurenco Wcntliiig. During
a short absence of the Doctor he grew
enthusiastic in his praibo of the treat
"Just four years and three months
ago," he said, 'I was mining on Lynx
creek, near Prcscott. Ono morning on
arising I was stricken as quickly as
though a bulllet had hit me with paraly
sis in tho right side, arm and leg. I
was taken to Prcscott and havo since
spent in Physician's fees alono over $700.
I was at Castle Creek Hot Springs when
I heard that Dr. McLennan was in
Phoenix and took tho earliest oppor
tunity of coming down and consulting
him. I havo been under his care for
two weeks and see" ho raised his arm
above his head "I can use my arm
without trouble and am ablo to walk
without crutches I am deeply grateful
for tho good that has been Ilono mo,
when recovery seemed out of tho question-'
SPINAL TROUM.K CU11F.I).
Another patient whoso treatment was
witnessed was G. K. Smith, tho cleaner
and dyer, whoso shop is located on
Cortez street, opposito the Monihon
block. Ho has been troubled for soveral
years with what tho Doctors called
Sciatica and foi five months pabt lias
been unable to do any work nt all. He
placed himself under Dr. McLcnnan's
care about ten days ago, when it was
discovered that his ailment w'as a curva
ture of tho spino, caused by the wasting
away of the tissuo between tho vertebrre
of the lower portion of tho spinal column.
Ho is now much improved. His back
is regaining its, Biippleness, sIiq wing that
tho natural oil is onco moro being
secreted and he confidently expects an
entire euro before tho Doctor leaves,
Dr. McLennan is a man of lino phy
sique, with every indication of strong
natural magnetic power. He ascribes
his success in tho treatment of tho
chronic diseases that aro brought to him
to tho improved methods ho lines and to
the superior apparatus he brings to his
aid. Those who need his services
should not delay seeing him, for Phoenix
cannot hopo to long retain him.
Saddle & Harness Maker
l'IKKNIX - AltlZONA.
Tvcfies nil Compctlon in quality of work or
jl pni.es. jiakei namess inai win ounasi
foreign manufacture. The best
Stock Saddles made In the Southwest, with
Honest Work, Good Leather and a Full Knowl
edge of the Needs of Cattlemen.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
TI1E FARMERS' IRRIGATION COMPANV.
Know all men by these presents, that we,
Daniel K. Renting, Horatio H. Wharton and
Cecil n. Ayrton, desiring to incorporate our
selves under the Drovlslons ot the laws of the
Territory of Arizona and especially an Act ot
tho I-eirflilattvo Assembly thereof, entitled "An
Act Concerning Corporations'," approved March
Bin, 1897, ior mo purpose 01 engaging m ina en
terprlse hereinafter described, da make, sub
grrlbeaud acknowledge in triplicate these Artl-
cles of Incorporation, and declare:
The name of this corporation and by which It
shall hereafter be known is "Tho Farmer's Irri
gation Company," and its principal place for
transacting its business shall be tho City of
rrueuix, county 01 .viaricopa,. territory 01 An
This corporation is organized lor tho mimosa
of constructing, maintaining and operating
canals nnd reservoirs in the county of Maricopa,
Territory ot Arizona, and to divert and carry
water irom me can river ior, agricultural, Hor
ticultural, domestic and manufacturing pur
poses; to buy, tell, deal and trade in Jamie, im
proved or unimproved, and in every kind of
property, and tq take and hold securities there
on and upon any property whateterr to buy,
sell, deal and trade in water rights, snares in
water canals or In any and all corporations.
The time of the existence of this corporation
shall be fifty CO) years from and after the date
of Its incorporation.
The affairs of this Incorporation shall be con
ducted by a board of teVen directors who shall
be elected annually on .the first day of May by
the stockholders and shall hold office lor one
year and until their successors have been duly
elected and qualified, but the names of those
who shall bo directors and serve as such officers
until the first day of May, 18'Jl, and until the
election of their successors and their qualifica
tion, are . ltlchard L. llutlersley. Ueorge W.
Drown. Walter Thompson, Win. 0. Tbalrlnall,
I). K. Keating, Horatio II. Wharton, Cecil 1J.
Tho capital stock of this corporation shall be
one hundred thouhand ftlOO.OUO 001 dollars div
ided Into ten thousand 10,000 shares of the par
value oi ten mooojuoiiars eacn,ana saia cap
ital stock shall be paid on call of full board of
directors and shall be non-assessable.
The highest amount ot Indebtedness or lia
bility to which this corporation shall ut any
lime suuieci iiseu snau do iiiiv inousauu mm.-
000 00 dollars.
The stockholders and their private property
shall x exempt from the corporate debts of this
The board of directors of this corporation
shall hare the ower to make all needful by
laws and rules and regulations (or. the manage
ment of the afialrs of this corporation and Its
No person shall be eligible to the office ot
director unless he be a stockholder In the cor
poration, and upon ceasing to be a stockholder
he shall cease to be a director.
Witness our hands and seals this 19th day of
June, A. I)., 100.
Damkl E. Keatino. Seal
IIouatiq II. Wharton, beat
Cecil li, Aykto.v. beal
Tkbritory or Arizona,
County or Maricopa.
Before me, Joseph Campbell, a Notary Public
in and for Maricopa county,A.T..outhisday per
sonally appeared DANIEL E. KEATINO AND
HORATIO II. WHARTON, personally known
to me to bo the ersons whose names are sub
scribed to the foregoing instrument and ac
knowledged to me that they executed the same
for the purpose and consideration therein ex
pressed. GUen under my hand and seal of
office this ltth day of June, A. D.. lsoo.
JosEril Campbell, Notary Public.
Territory or Arizona,)
county of Maricopa, I
Before me. Joseph Cainntiell. a Notary Public
in and for Maricopa county, A. T., on this day
personally appeared CECIL B. AYRTON, per
sonally known to me to be the person whose
namefssubscribectothe foregoing instrument
and acknowledged to me that he executed the
samo for the nurpoie and consideration therein
expressed Given under my hand and seal of
onicc in is seconu nay 01 J my, a. u it'ji.
JosRPii Campbell, Notary Public.
TKKBITOttYOr AnizONA.I Ru
Office ok Skcbetaby, 1
I, N. O. Murphy, Secretary of the Territory of
Arizona, do hereby certify that tho above and
foregoing Is a true and correct copy of tho origi
nal Articles of Incorporation now on file In my
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed my official seal. Done at
Phcenix this second day of July, A. I)., lbw.
N. O, 3IUKFH Y, Secretary of Territory.
By F. I). Hammond, Assistant Secretary,
Terkitoby or Arizona,)
COUNTY OP MAhlCOPA. j r
I, Nerl Osborn, County Recorder In and for
the County nnd Territory aforesaid, do hereby
certify that the within instrument was pre
sented and filed for record by Daniel Ef Keat
ing at 2:13 o'clock p. m. on this 2nd day of July.
lS'JO, and was duly recorded in Book No. 1 of
Articles of Incorporation, Records of Maricopa
County, Arizona, at pages 5SI1, 2W.293 and 231.
In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed my official seal the day
and year above written.
seal. Nkbi Osborn, County Recorder.
By Euqine Obaiiam, Deputy Recorder.
NOTICE TO CONTKACTOKS.
Soaled proposals lor the construction of a six
inch sewer from tho Insane Asylum of Arizona,
to Salt River as per plat of survey now on file
In the office of the Board of Directors of the in
sane Asylum ol Arizona, will tie received at the
office of wild Board of Directors up to 2 o'clock
p. m., of Monday the 7th day of July A. D.
Each bid must le accompanied by a certified
check for 2.V)and a copy of this notice..
Bids should be addressed to C. II. Knapp Sec
retary of the Insaue Asylum of Arizona, and
marked "Sen er Proposals."
The Board reserves tho right to reject any and
By order of the Board ot Directors of the In
saue Asylum of Arizona.
80-3w C. 11. KNArr, Sec'y.
University of California.
THE REGULAR COURSE OF LECTURES
will begin MONDAY, JUNE 2d, at 9 o'clock,
at the college, Stockton street, corner Chestnut,
San Francisco. B. A. McLean, M. P., Dean.
CO:) Merchant street, corner Montgomery, San
It. II. GREENE.
L. J. WOOD,
GREEME X WOOD,
J?hoenlx, - - Arizona.
A BSTRACTS OF TITLE-IIAVINO THE
xV most complete set ol Abstract Books in
Maricopa County, we can furnish nbstracti of
Ranch, City, Mine or Canal property on short
notlco and reasonable terms.
Fire, Lile nnd Accident Insurance written In
tho best companies doing business on the Pacific
const. GREENE A WOOD,
G. R. Williscraft, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
House and Ornamental Castings
Made to Order.
ENGINES, BOILERS, MINING AND
Agricultural Machinery Bought,
Sold and Repaired.
Works on Yavapai street, near Jackson
Cannot Cause Stricture. Painless to Use.
Frles,$1.00. Sold by all Druggists. Seatia
plain package vita Butter Syrlngo i $1,50
RaUKsl LjAjgfpP, BM(J&
The quiclett return$for tlte leaU, money
are to be obtained from the REPUBLI
CAN'S Want Columns. Situations
Wanted Jtelp Wanted, For Bent, For Sale,
To Let, To Exchange, one cent a word each
insertion, or by the month al five cents per
line a day.
-kniifttnna tir k vrvri rpiiin rli wrtnuv
II i$ood Union printers can find work atTHK
AMWI1A l,UUSUbAfl VIUIV.
Lost Ixjf t bythe owner at some place by the
owner-where stio called on Monday, May 10, n
block silk parasol, with gold handle, engraved
"Addle II. Kiiisoy." Kinder will please leave
the same at this olllce.
Tdlt SALE-TWO FINE 8TEAM BOILERS,
nA.. .Imnat ..mi. At I. i.liaa 1... tit j..
ralea at x norse-power, i ne otner 19 in good
condition, 4 Finches by 12 feet, rated at SO horse
power. Ai'Lhaveno further use for these
boilers, they being too small for my use, I oiler
them for sale complete at a rare bargain. They
may be seen at the Phcenix Ice Works, cast of
depot. PIEHKEPONT M1NOK.
V1IC .a B.UiU .C?t, IS 1UUICB U IV ICVl.
AKEU 4 CAMPBELL, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Olllce: Over National Bank.
-w-v u irtnTV-Drt?
J.".!.. draughtsman. All
work dona iiromntlv.
correctly and neatly.
Olllce with the Arizona
1LARK HOWARD. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in rorter block, I'liwuix, ;a. t.
eO TO THE FASHION BARBER 8HOP FOR
shaving, hair cutting, shampooing, bath
ing, hair singeing. Ladies work done at the shop
or residence. Price's to suit the times. Opposite
the Opera House. FRANK SHIRLEY, pro
prietor. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, CORNER CENTER
Vaud JeRerson streets. Only houso employing
white help throughout. UEBRICK ALUHRS,
BOOT ANT SIIOK SL,VICKR,
BEST FRENCH KID LADIES' SHOES, HAND
sewed, from MUS7, Men's Best French
Calf Boots, hand tewed, from ?G to ? 12; pegged,
from 3 toflO. Fit guaranteed. Repairing of
all kinds neatly Riid promptly done. Shop op
Maricopa and Ftaiiix Railroad.
In effect June 15, 1800.
Trains stop on signal.
Trains mnke close connection with Southern
Pacific trains. Connect at Tempe with stages
for Mesa City, Jouesville and tort McDowell.
At Phuentx with stages for Prescott, Olllett,
Wickenburg and Vulture.
C. 8. MASTEN. Vlce-Prcs. and Manager.
Arizona Industrial Exposition
For the Fair to be Held at Phoenix,
Arizona, October 14-, 15, 10
and 17, 1890.
TUESDAY, OCT. 14.
1. Running Stake. 2-ycar-olds, bred, raised and
owned In Arizona: J-mlle daih.
Entrance, ISO; added money, $o0.
2. Trotting. Stallion stake; mile heats, 3 In 8.
Entrance, !(V, added money, U'5.
3. Trotting. 8-minute stakes mile heats, 3 in 5.
Entrance, $J5; added money, $'6.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15.
4. Trotting. 2:40 stake; mile heats, 3 In 1; En
trance, f 50; added money, 20d.
5. Running, 3-year-old stake; JJ-mlle, 2 In 3.
Entrance, tJ3: added money, f75
6. Running. For all ages; one mile dash. En
trance, f i"; added money, ?"!.
THURSDAY, OCT. 10.
7. Trotting and Pacing. 2:18 stake; mile heats
3 In 0. Entrance, ?25; added
8. Trotting. 3-yeor old stakes; mile heats, 2 In
3. Entrance, !!j added money, 74.
9. Running, ror an aces; ji-miie aasn. u,n
trance. 2,i: added inonev. JoO.
. 2-year-old stake: mile neais,-j in :.
Entrance. Ji: added money, I').
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FRIDAY, OCT. 17.
11. Running Free for all; mile heats, 2 In 3
Entrance, ": added money, $100.
12. Trotting or.Paclng. Free iorall: mile hi
1 In & Entrance,
13. Running. 2-year olds; mile and repeat.
Entrance, ?.; added money, S).
Trotting and pacing In harness.
American Trotting Association rules govern
Nominations closo September 1, 1S0O.
One-half of entrance must accompany nomi
nations; balance paid September 25.
Four or more entries to fill; three or more to
The Hoard of Directors reserve the right to
hold entrance and start a race with a less num
ber or to declare races off when there aro less
than three to start, also to trot heats of any two
races alternately, or to call a special race be
tween heats, or to change the date of race.
For a "walk over" In any race n 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 clastes and 2 year-old dash,
when third hon-e has entrance, 70 ier cent, of
balance to first horse and SO per cent to second.
Races commence at 1 r, M. sharp each day.
Blanks for entries can be obtained from the
Secretary, . , .
The, Directors reserve the right to postpone
races on account of bad weather.
J. McMILLA?, Secretary.
West side of Church Plaza; Finest Keslaurant
South ol San Francisco.
HUYATE DIMNG ROOMS, STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
ALEX. ROSSI and JOE MICOTTI.
joi-rrsr o. smith,
Offick: Care U, S. Surveyor-General,
U. 8. DTCPU'X'Y 8UBV3YOR,
THE LEXINGTON STABLES, AT TUCSON.
Finest equipages' In the Territory
Orders may be sent In from the hotel at the depot
XT BUYING GOODS
Who stops to think how they
are made. The machines for
the making of embroideries aro
almost human in their work.
Our immense line of Flouncings,
All-overs and Edging, are
examples of the latest fashion.
L. ZECKENDORF ic CO.,
ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE
Couktohm fcjt., 'J-'UMCOII.
MEST SALOON IN THE CITY.
A Hot Lunch Served Free Ever' Day,
JIMMIE BROWN, Proprietor.
J. FRAttK & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
DEY :-: GOODS.
Wholesale :-: Buyers.
arGIVE US A TRIAL.-!
J. A.. BLACK,
113 CoiiB.renH St., 'J.'ucHm, uKriv..
HOWARD :-: WATCHES.
Finest work done at short notice. Orders by
mall or express especially solicited.
THE SANTA CRUZ VALLEY BANK.
B.M.JACOBS, .... President
SAMUEL HUGHES, VICE-PRESIDENT
Capital Paid Up, $50,000
BUYS OR MAKES ADVANCES ON GOLD
Dust or Bullion, makes advances on City
or County Warrants. Escrow s received. County
and Municipal Bonds Negotiated. Drafts and
Telegraphic Transfers on New York, Chicago,
St I.ouls, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Bills
or Exchange orl all European points.
J,arge Tiro Proof Vault at
the Service of Our Friends.
London.I'arls and American Bank, San Francisco
Hanoi or National Bunk, - - New York
Bank of Commerce, St. Louts
Union National Bank, ... - Chicago
California Bank, ... Los Angeles
M. T. XPIMCTCALA-N, - CaMliler.
CHARLES R. WORES, Manager.
TUCSON, - ARIZONA.
Purchasers of Copper, Lead. Silver and Gold ores
Returns mode as soon as the Ore is sampled and
Rates on Ores Can bo Obtained on Application
In person or by mall, at the office of the
Works, Tuscon, Ariz.
SILVER w LAKE
FINE BOATING AND FISHINO
2 Miles from Tucson 2
A Pleasant Drive on a Good Road.
Tlic Onl' Road-House in the Territory
Wm. H. BARNES,
JOHN II. MARTIN,
Law Offices, Tucson, Arizona
JOHN B. THOMAS,
liy, Washington, D.
W. WRIGHT, ATTORNEY -AT
Pearson Block, Tucson, Arizona.
For Artesian Well Boring'.
riMIE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNI
JL ersityof Arizona Invite sealed proposals
for the sinking of a well upon the grounds of
the University w Ithln a radius of ten miles of
The bids should state the price for the follow
ing depths; 000 feet, 700 feet and 1000 feet, and
the price per each 100 feet above 10UO to 15U0
The well v. ill be cased from top to bottom
with the best casing used In such wells: said
casing not to be lets than six Inches in diame
ter. As a guarantee of the good faith ot the bidder
each bid must be accompanied by a certified
check for the sum of five hundred (fjOO) dollar?.
Bids w ill be received up to 8 o'clock Tuesday
night, June 22, lb'JO.
The Board reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. J. M. Ormsbv, secretary.
Tucfcos, Arii., June 5, lsuo.
M E A. T S
Of All Kinds
MOUNTAIN MEAT MARKET.
JOHN 0RTEIG, PROP.
'X1 II JG
National Bank of Arizona,
M. W. KALES, President,
SOU LEW IS, Vice-President.
GEO. W. HOADLEY, Cashier.
Capita; , Paitl Up, -Surplus,
M. W. KAi.r.'i, J. Y. T. Smith
C ha ki.es Goldman,
GKO. W, HOADLEY,
The Bank of California . . .
Agency of Bank of California
New t ork
Thr Farmers' and Merchants' Bank. Los Aneeles.
The Bank of Commerco
.. - St. LOUIS
Bank of Arizona
N. SI. Rothschilds A Sons
A LL KINDS
OF FURNITURE AND UP-
holstering. Mattresses recovered and re
paired, carpets sewed and laid. Bnop nexi i
I'hrenlx Plaining Mill, Maricopa street.