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TI-IE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN", PHOSNIX, SATUEDAY MORNING-, JULY 5, 1890.
IDE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN.
THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMl'ANT.
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The l'.rjiulillcan believes In strictly one
price for advertising, anil accordingly It pub
lishes Its rates In full, and exactly as they are.
Special position ails 25 per cent, extra.
Preferred Locals 10 cents per line first
insertion, and ,5 cents per line each sulequent
All Contracts and bills for advertising paya
PENNSYLVANIA STEEL CO.
16 to 70 pounds per yttrd.
Steel 'Rails and Curves
AND STEEL SPLICE PLATES.
FORCINGS,- BILLETS AND BARS,
BLOOMS AND INGOTS.
General Office. 208 South Fourth St..
H'oriU. Steelton, Pennsyh nnia.
FROG SfflTCII AND SIGNAL
STEEL RAIL TROGS.
Of tho liest and most approved patterns
STEEL CROSSING FROGS.
Of superior excellence nnd durability.
LORENZ SAFETY SWITCHES.
Of Be5cral approved patterns.
IMPROVED SPLIT SWITCHES.
SWITCH STANDS AND FIXTURES.
For automatically ringing alarm bells
at highway crossings, requiring no
electrician. Sii'ves tho expense of
watchmen. Sold on trial.
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A. W. Cosner, of Tempe, visited Phoe
H. J. Hodson of Florence, registered
yesterday at tho Lemon.
Mrs. Holder and daughter of Mari
copa aro at tho Mills house.
Another carload of milling machinery
has arri5-ed for tho Phcenix mines.
Local blacksmiths aro moro than busy
w itli tho work incident to harvest.
Montano shipped yesterday eleven
tons of grain and hay by team to Pres
cott. Pinal county has sent in a donation
to tho Tentorial Treasury in tho sum of
JohnY. T. Smith and family leao
noxt 5eek on a summer trip to Cali
fornia. M. E. Hurley, NeU. Clantou and
Thomas L. Schultz yesterday departed
for tho Buckoye.
A. W. Frankenberg of Tempo leave1
todav for Columbus, Ohio, 5here ho
Mill hereafter reside.
Latomette, Eyster and Murray w ill bo
iu Phcenix in about ten eays with 500
head of Verde cattle.
Tho entire valley was well represented
in Phcenix yesterday. There must hao
been fully 1600 visitors.
Six unfortunates, charged 5ith being
drunk and disorderly, were lodged in
the city jail yesterday.
The caso of Farmer 5 s. Directors of
the Normal School is set for this morn
ing in tho District Court.
Thebidsontho Wormell houso 5ero
not entirely satisfactory, but a contract
w ill probably bo entered into Monday.
From careful estimates mado Tempe
has not less than 1600 souls, including
thosu resident on the adjacent ranches.
P. C. Beck5ith finished up tho enum
eration of tho Peoria country yesterday
and started for Agua Caliente. no 5ill
le through in five days.
Frank Kirkland lea-es noxt Monday
for a trip back to his old homo in Mis
souri, lie 5ill go first to Kirkland val
ley, taking the train at Prescott.
The County Tax Collector has finished
his auction of property sold on account
of delinquent taxes, nnd has sold to tho
Territory all tho real estate not bid on.
The names of A. J. Bradstreet and E.
G. Brico, of tho Phcenix mine, Ozro
Hoskin, Tucson, nnd G. W. King, Ful
ton, Mo., appear on tho Commercial
By yesterday's train camo in a car of
leor for Ganz, t5o cars of lumber for
ltlinn company, a car of suit for Rosen
lierg & Co. and a car of general mer
chandise. A carload of bran was shipped yester
day to Los Angeles by J. Y. T. Smith. It
looks rather curious, docs it not, to sup
ply California -with anything of this
Tempe celebrated tho Fourth by pic
nicking. One party 5ent to the "Holo-in-the-Rock"
and another gathering
selected n point on the ri-er hank two
miles 5est of tho bridge.
A load of lead ore was brought to tho
city yesterday from the mines of George
Monroo nnd 0. B. Genung. Tho stuff
assays up to 200 ounces per ton. It 5vill
bo shipped east for reduction.
W. L. Georgo -will materially improve
tho time of his Wickenburg route stage
lino by leaving Vulture off to tho left
and going up tho Hassayampa to Wick
enburg. The Vulture mail will bo put
off ut Seymour and taken up by n
It. G. Andre disposed of on Thursday
one of tho finest stock saddles that ever
was put on n horse's back. It went to a
Tonto Basin C05vmnn. It was no-el in
the fact that ringa wcro 11 tied so that
either single or double cinches might bo
u-ed. Captain Andre's saddles aro
winning a high reputation.
Much complaint is mado of tho bod
condition of tho Grand Avenue bridges.
One near Mann's and two near Million
ey's are said to bo practically impas
sible. The avenue is a county road and
unless the bridges aro repaired some
1'eoria man will rccovo from tho county
the Miluo of a horso or two, damaged.
Architect Crcighton goes to Tempo to
doy to superintend tho beginningof con
struction upon u fine residence of six
rooms which W. W. Huston is to erect
on his property near tho bridgo, on the
Florenco road." Tho cost will npproach
JMOO. It looks rather suspicious to see
u bachelor putting up it houso like this.
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THE MOST DELIGHTFUL SUMMER SEASIDE RESORT.
With its ugrecablo marine ntmospherc is the natural change for
Arionans to take during tho summer months, and every ono can
afford to visit it for Health. Rest or Pleasure. It is in the
most charming marine climate in the world, and has
Tho Xiarge-st and Most Magnificent Hotel,
Where you have the most perfect service, at the lowest rates.
Coronado, with its surroundings, is the ideal summer seaside resort,
5ith an atmosphere ever soothing and restful, being constantly
fanned by breezes from the ocean. Outdoor nnd indoor
, Amusements in Every Variety
:The Hotel Del Coronado"
Is unrivalled anywhere for tho display of refined taste, and tho
elegance of its appointments, careful management, and tho
iiiiiuuui ui iiiivMieui euiiiiun iu uiriiiBiieH us guests
-CORONADO NATURAL MINERAL WATER-
Has ninny points of excellence. Being perfectly pure, it is ono of
nature's best tonics to the system. It is a specific in bladder and
kidney troubles, nnd immediately relieves gout nnd rheumatism.
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(SUCCESSORS TO STEVENS & HUGHES.)
Stoves, Tinware Lamps,
-A ml all Muds of-
RATES 'FOR THE SUMMER SEASON
WILL BE MADE VERY REASONABLE,
Ranging as low as $2 per day by the month. Transients,
Jay ana upw aril, according to room. lor lull information,
3 per da
ID. S. IBabcock, Jr., : Manager,
Hotel Del Coronado, "Coronado, San Diego County, ' California.
San IXZa-vieip Piotel.
S. C. EEEA.TOISr 3?rot)rietor.
Fi Ei F3 U B Ij I C A iNT
Tlie Best Furnished Hotel in tho Territory.
, Conenientiy Arranged in all rarticulars.
Located at tho Southern Pacific Depot, it affords Special Accommodation to
Commercial Men. This Hotel is run on tne Principle
' That All Guests Shall Havo Prompt
nnd Courteous Attention.
KITCHEN . EUKlSriTTJIlE.
Refrigerators. Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Japanware.
Tools of all Kinds, Garden and Lawn Hose Sprinklers, Etc.,
Buckboanls and all kinds of ltoad Vehicles, Carriages and Carte All kinds ol Tin, Sheet Iron
Copper work, Plumbing and das Kitting done promptly and satisfactorily.
The "On ; Time," : Mohawk : anil : Charter : Oak : Stoves
WINDMILLS AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
"Woods' Mowers and Hakes,
Oliver Cliilled Plows,
Pumps, (Eras and "Water Proes,
Hardware, Glassware, Table and Poetct Cutlery, '.
Hardware ani Agricultural taptaei
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The S. M. Perry Co.,
W C nudee.
(1 Hlrshtleld, "
lllol Hale, Tucson
DM Kerry, Detroit
II U tlllams, l'ueblo
A Mlllef. New- York
A I) lmon, l'hiL-nlx
WILIIAMS HOTEL, MAnlCOPA.
C Wilson, Phu-nlx ColCflMasten.l'hwnlx
urA jiiimnuicr, "
Ozro Ilasklns, Tucson
A L O'Nell, New York
A Kedewlll, Tombstone
J 8 llarton. Kansas Cltv
ii u nau n, iam .ingeies u -n nuoutii vwi, in nix
KU Clark Illtce A M Ilreakcnrldge. "
J II tiane, Little Kork Sandy, Casa Urundo
Jtromo llarton, city Thou Larking, Orinnell
M M McMahon, H Dak Jas KlemliiK, Cincinnati
Klv Carter, Dobols, Xeb John McMullen, city
Jiilin Donnolly, do ChaiBlcTcni, McDow'll
il Murphy do V Troitt, city
A Klmbraugli, do W J Little, Lo Angeles
C J Adams, Tempo
Cant Wrlfeht. BanTran A Kedewlll, Tucson
Illckuell, l'eorta A Kleu,
GAS AND-' ELECTRIC FIXTURES.
519 and 521 Broadwav, Xjos A.ngolcs, Cal,
Kupfeiie Bros. Manufacturing Co.
MISSOURI BRASS FOUNDRY,
STEAM AND GAS" PIPE WORKS..
600, 602 and 604 Second St., cor. Washington Ave., and 119 Washington Avo.f
ST. "LOUIS, jVIO.
MANUFACTURERS OF rEVHRY VARIETY OV DIUKS ORK FOR KNGINE BUILDFRS.
Steam Rnd Ga I'lpe Fitters, I'lnmUn. llnrdwaro Trade, ttc. Cat and
eabla Iron Httlugs, Jobbera of Wrought Iron Vt plrted TuK"i for ftcam, ga and water.
U'ather und Rubber Ileltlng, racking and Hie. Solo agents for Cameron' Special Steam
I'ump, the mo&t efficient, durable and economical steam pump In nuts. Root's l'atcnt llIoern.
The Pest Hotel in Tucson.
In addition to having tho most central and conveniont
location in thu city, ami commanding a magnificent
view of tho city and its surroundings, thol'alaco presents
the following attractions that warrant its claim to the title
. Its rooms nro all on tho second story, and aro neat, clean
and comfortable. Its dining-rooms are tho most attractive
in the city, and under tho present management have
always had an envious reputation for excellency.
PLATT & DIXON,
Practical Furnace Builders
Bricklayers and Contractors
Of Blast Furnaces, Rolling Mills, Gas Furnaces, Gas Boilers, Gas and Bone
Ketorts, Glass and Zinc Furnaces, and Brick Work
of Eery Description.
TP-EE VEIIjLjS HOUSE,
COK. WASHINGTON AND MARICOPA STREETS,
fc ' STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
Best, Tabic in -A.rizona.
Table Boarders Received
IE. M. MILLS
H'jr'' NEW. MANAGEMENT. ,, &w tf "
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Onlv First-class Hotel in 3ST6gales (3ity.
Laige, Lofty Rooms.
Elegant Parlor for Guests.
Livery and Feed Stable in Connection. v
, Bar-room Supplied with Choice Foreign and Domestia Liquors.
Morley Avenue, Nogales, A. T,
I-I. W. KTLIINCE - - Proprietor.
T CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Room 119 Commercial Building,
ST. LOUIS, MO
Wm. II. Taylor, President.
R. S. Moore, Superintendent
S. E. Cor. HoAvard and Bealc, San Francisco.
- MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
NG AND MILLING MACHINERY. ENGINES.
Boilers, Slicol-iroii Water Pipe
For Mining and Irngation lurposes.
Saw Mill Machinery.
Agents for the Pacific Coast of
Bryan's Poller Quartz
Cheapest and Most Peifect Roller Mill Made-
Exclusive Agents for the Pacific Oast of Ileino Patent Safety Boilers, Macbeth
Steel Pulley and Fox's Corrugated Furnaces.
Full Descriptive Ciiculars of any of the Above Sent on Application.
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