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Tin: Mormon tiuetition will not down.
Uuaii our rent otrer in the slmpe of
Webster's Dictionary, this morning.
A Wkiimtu's Unabridged dietionnry
for n bapttelle to subscribers of The
Tiik assessment roll of Los Angeles
city, just completed, aggregates n trille
Tiik "(iovernor's Organ" is meeting
with the approval of the people just the
same, thank you.
Ovint 300 subscribers have Wen added
to Tin: Ki:hiii.ic.nV subscription lists
within the last thiitv davs.
Tin: the war in tho Democratic ranks
in Maricopa county continues. Just
now Frank Cox i being "knifed."
Maucuk AriiKi.um Smith will have no
walk-over lor the nomination and if he
secure" it will be defeated at the ik11s.
Tin: Chairman of tho Republican
Committee of Pinal county has called a
meeting of that Committee at the Court
House, in Florence, for July 26.
Kvkx the Mormons aio not favorablo
to a discission of the question of their
faith in its relation to the government.
They are shutting up their organs.
The state of Louisiana is owned by the
Democratic party and tho Democratic
party is owned by the 1niisiana lottery.
There's a nice combination for you.
Tkht.uim: storms throughout the
Fast have been destructive to life, ship
ping, buildings and crops. Arizona is
specially blesed in this respect and
ought to be thankful.
The preliminaries of a great sweep
stake race, to take place at Monmouth
Park, has been arranged and tho public
may count on soon seeing Salvator,
Tennj'and Kingston race to decido the
title of King of the Turf.
The Gazelle's chief mission now-a-days
seems to be to prejudge cases pending in
Court and to Iwost ono or two lawyers
to the prejudice of the rest of the bar,
and to give vent to its venom against
General Churchill. We have no doubt
Mr. Street felt mean enough on reading
yesterday's Gazelle and should he loose
his case lie would have a good action for
damages against that sheet." Its siccial
pets now seem to Ihj Mr. Street and Cap
Sayh tho El Paso Tribune "The
Tribune had the pleasure of a call this
morning from Mr. Kd. S. Gill, President
and General Manager of the Arizona
Kkpuiimcax, published in I'luuuix. Mr.
Gill is on a canvas-ing tour for his paper,
which, from its appearance, is one of
tho best publications in Arizona or New
Mexico. Tho sheet presents a very
artistic appearance and merits success
for tho enterprise the gentlemen have
displayed in getting out such a credita
A dispatch says the condition of tho
corn crop of Kansas is growing worse
daily. Hot winds in the post four days
have done great damage, and in some
sections tho farmers have given up all
hope of harvesting any crops at all.
Not one-half the state is even fairly
watered and in sections where there
has been no rain at all farmer are
already marketing their hogs, fearing
that they will have no corn to feed them.
Irrigation is tho safest system of
Tiik Gazette does not consider Joe Alexander
or any other Individual of minlcieiit Importance
to keep him before the public for two weeks,
to serve a dishonest purpose. Wo only pub
lished his ulolute retraction at his own re
quest, and thut is all there is to It. He wild,
emphatically, the organ lied, and further that
he never rend the d-l sheet, and only knew
what was in it by tiefng told. How does this
strike the organelle that has been trying to
mislead the public by publishing bogus Inter
views? So says tho Gazelle. All Tin: He-i-uiii.iCAX
has to say is that either the
Gazelle or Mr. Alexander lies. We
leave it to them, being old friends, to
scttlo tlin question of veracity.
Amoxo the publications soon to be
brought forward is Mr. Archibald C.
Gunter's story for children of all ages,
entitled, "Small Hoys in Dig Hoots."
Under ordinary circumstances a proper
announcement of this should bo made
in tho literary column, but knowing for
a certainty that it is to reach the stage
in a year or two, as .Mr. Gunter's nov
els, "Mr. liarnes of New York" and
"Mr. Potter of Texas" have dono, and
that Mr. Gunter's stories aro always
dramatic, wo presume that those inter
ested in things theatrical will regard
this as an interesting announcement of
a coming play. The story is in contra
distinction to "Little Ixml Fauntleroy."
Tho boy hero of tho book has to fight
his own buttles and achieve his own dis
tinction and happiness In the world, not
having an Karl for his father. In fact
this is a story of an American boy, not
an English one. Indeed, thero will bo
loads of boys, with as many minds and
vicious and good habits.
Within a few weekfl past thccopyiight
which has covered tho great Webster
Dictionary has expired, and certain en
terprising publishers have taken advant
age of this circumstance to put reprints
of this great woik upon thu market at a
considerable reduction upon the price
which heretofore ranged from twelve
dollars to fifteen dollars per volume.
The republication of the dictionary in
this way is not in any sense an act of
"piracy," but is legitimate in every
way. Those who hud any proprietary
right to thu work, save as a mere matter
of business, aio long since dead, bo that
no injury is done to the authors by 10
prodttciug it. Tin: Ahiona Kkpuiiuoax
lias arranged with a publishing house
now putting tho book on the market for
the exclusive light for Arizona, and pro
poses to give it as a premium in connec
tion with the daily and weekly Hui'Uii
i.icax. It is of course impossible to
make an actual donation of so largo and
valuable a book, and It will be issued
upon the following terms : Each now
subscriber for one year, or each old sub
scriber renewing for the year, will bo
given tho dictionary and the paper
together for tho sum of $12.50 for the
daily and ;f5.00 for tho weekly. Postago
on the paper and express rate on the
book prepaid. This will enable any per
son wishing the dictionary to get it with
The Aiiiox.v Ukpuiiucan for one year
for one-third of the price heretofore
currently charged for tho dictionary
alone. Tho price is marvelously low.
The book is an exact reproduction in
size and general form of the standard
Webster's Dictionary, with only this
ditrcrence, that the reprint is printed
upon light paper and furnished in a
somewhat lighter binding. Tho letter
press is an exact fac simile of the dic
tionary which is familiar to all. Sub
scriptions will Iw received either
through the agents of the paper or di
rect from this ollicc. Anybody caring to
take advantage of this otrer may do so
by addressing The Akizoxa Kkpi'iilicax
and enclosing the subscription price,
for tho book and tho paper.
Mu. Kd. S. Gn.i., of The Kli'iiiiijcax,
having completed his tour of Southern
Arizona and New Mexico in tho inter
ests of this paper, will now make a sim
ilar tour of the Northern counties. His
success from tho start has bech most
llattering, and the large lists of sub
scribers secured in every town and min
ing camp visited show that tho peonle
fully appreciate such a newspaper as
Tin: Reitiii.ic x. At the latest it
reaches all tho towns in tho Southern
part of the two Territories the next day
alter publication, thus laying all the
news of tho world Inifore its readers
while it is yet fresh and bright. It is
no boasting to say that the circulation
of Tin: Kkitiii.ic v.n in tho tows of Tomls
stone, Crittenden, Harshaw, Nogales,
Itisbec, Fairbanks, Benson, Wilcox,
Clifton, Morenci, Lonlsburg, Florence,
Casa Grande and neighboring settle
ments exceeds that of all the other daily
papers of Phienix and Tucson combined.
Advertisers will do well to make a nolo
of this fact.
A I'Iiomi.sext chemist of San Fran
cisco, who is now at Superior, Wiscon
sin, is reported to be preparing to inako
public a discovery which is to work
wonders in the economy of steamship
'transportation. His scheme is to dis
pense with the use of fuel of all kiitdn.
He has devised an apparatus by means
of which water can be utilized
as fuel. Ily means of a chem
ical machine the water is to
bo resolved into its elements, oxygen
and hydrogen. These gasses are to be
burned by means of a hydrogen ma
chine, producing an intense heat.
There's millions in it, and we trust that
the San Francisco man will realize all
his Iiojhjs. Somehow, however, the story
reads like a Keeley-motor yarn.
Had our people known that General
Miles was alwut to pay us a visit, he
would have found a more formal, but
under no circumstances a more hearty,
welcome. Tho jieoplo of Arizona are
peculiarly friendly to General Miles.
They admire him as a soldier and a man
and recognize his sterling qualities as an
Indian tighter. They were glad when
ho was given tho double-stars and they
would bo pleased to see him raised to a
higher station. General Miles was
shown over a part of the valley yester
day and he was not only pleased, but
astonished with our development and
If McDowell is to be used only for an
Indian school, what is the uso of retain
ing the present large i enervation? A
largo amount of excellent land along the
Verde might well be cut ofT and thrown
open for settlement.
IIKI.I III- AN OI'KICKK.
Table On Ills
Eugene, Ogn., July 18. C. E. Arthur
was arrested at Haley, last Sunday, and
brought here on a charge of forgery
committed in Missouri. Ho escaped
from his guards last night. Tho guard
took him to see his wife, who is sick,
and while there tho prisoner was
allowed to go into a room alone. When
ho came out ho was heavily armed and
compelled the officer to drive him sev
eral miles into tho country, where he
got out of the buggy and took to the
brush, making good his escape.
111(1 IKKKIATINO HCI1KMK.
A Chicago Company Will Operate
Chicago, July 18. The evening pa
pers say that there is on foot in this city
a gigantic scheme for irrigating over !!00,
000 acres of the richest land in Southern
California, which is to be accomplished
by imKunding the waters from the
mountains in immense storage reser
voirs and then conduct it to the land by
u system of pipes, ditches and Humes.
What is now practically a desert will be
made to bloom like Riverside, ltedlands,
Los Angeles or Pasadena.
A Contractor Killed.
IlEAMisiiuitci, Cal., July 18. Thomas
Wcimoth, a contractor of this place, was
killed this afternoon at Joy's mill, on
Austin creek, by a log rolling over him.
Applol log, Willi AiiK'iiilinriilH, the t'lllid
Ing Art of Arlroun.
He It enacted by the Senate and'llouse of Re
presentatives of tho United Stales of America In
Congress akM'inbled, that tho net of the revised
MtituteH of Arizona of 1SS7, known as "lllle
XXXI Funding," bo and is hereby, amended
sous to read us follows, and that us umeuded
tho niuie is hereby approved and ronllruied,
subject to future Territorial legislation "l'ltle
XXXI Funding and loan. Chapter one. Ter
ritorial, county, nmnlclpulund school district
Pak, MfX (See. 1.) For tho purpose of liuuldat
ing and providing for the payment of the out
standing und existing Indebtedness of the Ter
ritory of Arizona and such future indebtedness
as may be or is now authorized by law, the Gov
ernorof thu bald Territory, together with the
Territorial auditor and Territorial secretary, and
their successors In olllce, shall constitute a
Iniurd of commissioners, to be stj led thu loan
commissioners of the'lerritory of Arizona, and
shall have and exercise tho powers and perform
the duties hen inafler provided.
"l'Alt aim. fnec .'.) It shall lie, and is hereby,
declared the duty of the loan commissioners to
provide for the pa) meiit of tho existing Territo
rial indebtedness due, timl to become due.ur thut
Is now, or may In) hereafter, authorized by law.
and for tlie purpose of pa) tug, redeeming and
refunding all or any pun of the principal and
Interest, or either of the existing and subsisting
Territorial legal indebtedness, and also that
vv hlch may at any time become due.or Is now.or
may be heicafter. authorized by law , the said
commissioners shall, from time to time, issuo
negotiable coupon bonds of this Territory when
the same inn be done at a lower rate of interest
and to the prollt and benefit of the Territory.
l'AK. avll. (Sec U.) said bonds shall Ih) Issued
as near us practicable in denominations 01 one
thousand dollars.but bondsof alowcrdenomlna
tlon, not less than two hundred and fifty dol
lurs, may be Issued when necessary. Said
bonds shall bear Interest at a rate tolo llxed by
said loun commissioners, but in no case to ex
coed live per centum per annum, which Interest
shall tie paid in gold coin or its equivalent In
law ful money of the United States, on the (if
teentli day of January I" each jcar, ut the otllce
of the Territorial treasurer, or at such bank in
the city of New York, In the state of New ork.
or In the city of Sun Francisco, in the mate of
California, or such pluco as may In) des
ignated by said loun commissioners, nt
the option of the purchaser of suld bonds, the
place of pimnont lielug mentioned in suld
bonds. The principal of suld bonds shall bo
made pujuble in lawful money of the United
States, llityjears after the date of their Issue
Said Territory reserves the right to redeem at
pur an) of said bonds, In their numernal order,
at any time after twenty )eurs after tho date
"They shall bear the dale of their Issue, state
when, where, and to whom jsi) able, rate of in
terest, and when and where ptijaole, and shall
lie signed by said loan commissioners, and shall
Inn e tho seal of tho Territory atllxcd thereto,
and countersigned by the Territorial treasurer
and bear his olllclul soul, and shall lie registered
by tlie Territorial auditor In a book to bo kept
by him for the purine, which shall Male
amount sold for, or, If exchanged, for what, aim
the faith und credit of thu Territory is hereby
pledged for the payment of said bonds and the
Interest accruing thereon, as herein provided.
"I'Ait. joli (see. I.) t'oujions for the
Interest shall be attached to each
bond, so thut they may lie removed without
injury or of mullluttou loud They shall
be consecutively numbered and bcur tlie sumo
number of the bond to which they ure uttached,
and shall be signed by tho Territorial treasurer
"The said cousins shall cover tho Interest ex
pressed in said bond from tlie date of issue until
paid, but In no case shall ImuiiIs Unr interest,
nor shall any Interest bo paid thereon for any
time lfore their delivery to the purchaser, a
herliittfter provided , . , ,
"l'Alt JUU (Sec. 5.) Whenever the snld loan
commissioners may lie authorized by law to
Issue bonds, or shall huve decided to refund or
redeem all or any part of the existing Indebted
ness of this Territory, they shall direct the 'ler
rltorlal treasurer to advertise for a Nile of the
bonds to be Issued for that purpose, by causing
a notice of such sale to lie published for the
period of one month In some dally new simper
published at the tupital of the Territory, and
at least one insertion In a newspaper
published In the city of New York, In the State
of New York, and in the city of ban Francisco.
In the State of California, such notice shall
specify the amount of bonds to lie sold, the
place, day Hiid hour of sale, and that bids 111
be received by suld treasurer for tho purchase of
suld bonds within one month from the explra
tlon of said publication, und at thu place and
tlmo named in said uotiie the said treasurer
and loan commissioners shall open all bids re
ceived by him and shall aw anl the purchase of
said bonds, or any part thereof, to the bidder or
bidders therefor bidding tho lowet rate of In
terest Provided, That said loan commission
ers shall have the right to reject any and all
bids And provided further, That they may
refuse to make any award unless suillclent
security shall bo furnished b) the bidder or
bidders for tho compliance with the terms of
"l'AK 'JOII (Sec. ft 1 When thcsaleof said bonds
shall be awarded by the loun commissioners
they shall provide and procure the necessary
bonds as in this act provided, and any cxienso
Incurred by them therefor, for the publication
of said notices, cost of remitting funds for tho
payment of Interest or money on said lionds.
and an owier neces-urv iueiueiuniu&:iises un
der thu provisions of tills act shall be paid out
of tho general fund of saltl Territory, upon the
order of the Territorial auditor, countersigned
by the Governor, and a sum of money suillclent
to cover said costs and expenses is hereby ap
proiirlated out of said fund.
"They shall, from time to time, after signing
said bonds, deliver them to the Territorial
treusurer, taking his receipt therefor, and
charge him therewith. The said treasurer shall
give to the Territory of Arizona an additional
ofllclal liond, with two or more surttles, In
a sum ciuiii to the amount of bonds de
livered to nimby the said loan commlssoners,
u hlch bond shafl be umiroved by the Governor
and deposited and lllcd with the Secretary of
the territory, aim recorueu oy nun in u ochik 10
bekeptfor that purpose. AndthesaldTreusurcr
shall stand charged upon his official bond for
the falthiui ienormaucu 01 meuuties required
of htm under this act.
"Pah. JDIi. (S'ec. 7 ) The Territorial Treasurer
shall sell said lionds for cash, or exchange them
for any of the Indebtedness for the redemption
of which they were so lssued.but In nocue shall
said bonds be sold or exchanged for less than
their face or par value and the accrued Interest
at the time 01 disposal, nor must any indebted
iiess lio redeemed at more than Its face value
anil any Interest that may be due thereon.
"That said Treasurer shall indorse, by writing
or stamping In Ink on the face of the paper, evi
dencing the Indebtedness received by him In
exchange for said bonds, the time when ami -the
amount for w hlch exchanged.
"l'AK. twifi, (See. S.) Moneys received by said
Treasurer shall lio applied by him to tho rc
dempUon of the Indebtedness, for the redemp
tion of which bonds were Issued, and the Treas
urer shall give notice, as Is provided by law In
case of pa)incnt and redemption of Territorial
warrants, of his readiness to redeem such in
debtedness, and thereafter interest on all Mich
indebtedness due and outstanding shall cease
"llefore any such Indebtedness shall l ild
the Territorial Auditor shall indorso on each
certificate the amount due thereon, anil shall
write across the face of each the date of Its sur
render and the name of the person surrender
ing, and shall keep proiicr record thereof
"i'-Ait. a) 17. (Sec. J.) There shalLta levied an
nually, upon tho bixable nroiert7 In this Terr!
tory, and in addition to tlie levy for other bu
thorled taxes, a suillclent sum to pay tho Inter
est on all bonds issued and disiMiscd of In pur
suance of tho provisions of this act, to be placed
in the Territorial treasury, in thu fund to be
known as the 'Interest fund.' And fifty) ears
after such bonds shall have been Issued such ail
dltlonal amount shall lie levied annually us will
pay ten per cent, of the total amount Issued 1111
til all the bonds Issued under the provisions of
this act aru paid and discharged; nothing here
in contained shall bo construed to prevent tho
Legislature (if Arizona from creating a sinking
fund during the life of said bonds for their re
demption at maturity.
"Tho Territorial Hoard of Equalization, or, on
their failure, the Territorial Auditor, shall de
termine tho rate of tax to be levied in the dif
ferent counties In the Territory to carry out tho
provisions of this uct, and shall certify the
same to tho 'Hoard of Supervisors' in
each county and to the municipal or
school uuthorltlcs;und the said board of supervi
sors, or authorities, are hereby directed und re
quired to enter such rate on their assessment
rolls, in the same manner und with the sumc
ellect as Is provided by law In relation to other
Territorial, county, municipal and school taxes.
Kverv tax levied under tho nrovlsionsof author
ity of this act is hereby made a Hen against the
property usscssed, which Hen shall attach on
tho 11m Monday in March in each year, and
shall not bu sutistlcd or removed until such tux
hits been paid.
"AllmoneB derived from taxes authorized
by the provisions of this act shall bo paid Into
the Territorial treasury and shall be applied
'First. To the payment of the Interest on the
bonds Issued hereunder.
"Second. To the payment of the prlnclpul of
such lionds. Provided, Thut nil monejs re
maining In tho interest fund after the payment
of the interest, and ail uioueva remaining In
tlie 'redemption fund' after all said bonds shall
have paid and discharged shall be transferred
by the Territorial Treasurer to thu Territorial
"l'Alt. '.WW. (See. 10.) Wheuever.aftertho expi
ration of the fifty years from tho ilatoufls.su
unco of any bonds under this act, there remains
after the payment of the Interest as provided In
the preceding section, a surplus of ten thousand
dollars or more, It shall bo the duty of the Ter
ritorial Treasurer to advertise, as In the manner
of advertising hy the loan commissioners for
bids for sale of lionds, which advertisement
shall state the amount of money In the said re
demption fund, and the manlier of lionds, num
bering them lu thu order of their Issuance, com
mencing ut the lowest nuinlier then outstand
lng, which such fund is set apart to pay and
discharge, and If bucIi lionds so numliered In
such advertisements shall not be presented for
payment and cancellation at the expiration of
such publication, then such fund shall remain
lu the treusury to discharge such bonds when
ever presented, but they shall draw no Interest
after the expiration of such publication. lle
fore any such lionds shall bo paid they shall lie
presented to the Territorial Auditor, who shall
endorse on each bond the amount duo thereon,
and shall write across the face of each bond the
date of Its surrender and and the namenf the
person surrendering. Thu Territorial Auditor
shall keep a record of all bonds issued and dis
posed of by thu Territorial Tieiisurcr, Rhowlng
their number, rate ot Interest, date and amount
of sale, when, where and to whom payable, and
If exchanged, for what and when presented for
redemption, the date, amount duo thereon and
"Tho Hoards of Suin'rvlsors of tho counties, tho
municipal and school authorities aru hereby
uutliorlreil and directed to reiort to the loan
commissioners of thu Territory their bonded
nod outstanding Indebtedness and said loan com
missioners may, on written demand, require an
olllclul loport Irom thu bonrd ot supervisors of
counties, iho municipal or school authorities,
of their iKinded and outstanding Indebtedness,
and said loun commissioners shall provide for
the redeeming or refunding of tho county, mun
icipal, mid school district indebtedness, upon the
olllclul demand of said authorities. In the sumo
maimer us other Territorial Indebtedness, and
they shall Issue bonds for any Indebtedness now
allow ed,or that may In) hereafter allow ed,by law
to Miltlfiiiiiily. municipality, or school district,
upon official demand by said authorities; tho
county, municipality, or school district to pay
Into the Territorial treasury, in addition to all
other tuxes authorized by law, such amounts as
may lie dliccled by tho Territorial board of
eqiinllrutlon, oron their failure by the Terrl
torinl auditor, to lie levied for the payment of
the principal of tho bonds issued in redemption,
refunding, or other bonds Issued to such county,
municipality, or school district when the same
shall become due, and In addition a rate of in
terest paid by the Territory on such bonds.
"I'ak. iw 19. (sec. 11,) When the treasurer pa) s
of redeems any indebtedness he shall Indorse,
by writing or stamping In Ink on the face of
the paper evidencing such Indebtedness so paid
or redeemed, tho words 'redeemed and can
celed,' with the date of cancellation. He shall
keep a full and partlculur account and record of
all Ids proceedings under the act, and of the
lionds redeemed and surrendered, und he shall
transmit to the Oovernor un abstract of nil his
proceedings under this act with his annual re
jiort to be, by the Governor, laid before the leg
islature ut Its meeting. All books and papers
pertaining to the matter provided in this act
shall at till times lio open to the Inspection of the
iarty interested, or the Governor, or a com
mittee of either brunch of tho legislature, or a
Joint committee of both
"l'Alt M.). (Sec. 12.) It shall bo tho duty of
the Territorial treasurer to liny the Interest on
suld lionds when the same falls due out of suld
Interest fund, if sufficient; und if said fund be
not suillclent, then to pny tho deficiency out of
thu general fund l'rov lded, That thu Territorial
auditor shall first draw his warrant on the Ter
ritorial treasurer, payable to tho order of said
treasurer, for tho amount of such deficiency
out of the general fund
'Tut. am, (Sec. 1.1.) It shall bo the duty of
said lam commissioners to make a full report
of ull their proceedings hud under thu
provisions of this act to thu Governor on or
lieforo the first day of Januury of each ) our, and
said reports shall lie transmitted by thu Govern
to the Territorial legislative assembly.
"1'vit 2U"i2. (Sec II ) Nobond Issued under the
provisions of this act shall lie taxed within this
Ski 1,',. That nothing In this net shall lie con
strued to authorize any future increase
of any Indebtedness in excess of thu limit
iirescrflieil by the "Harrison act." Provided,
however, 'that the present existing and
outstanding Indebtedness, together with
such warrants as may In) issued for the
necessary and current expenses of cur
bing on Territorial, county, municipal, and
school government for the )ear ending Decem
ber .11, KM, may also lie funded and bonds Is
sued for the redemption thereof; and thereafter
no warrants, lertlllentes, or other evidences of
Indebtedness shall lie allowed to issue or be
legal where tho same Is In excess of the limit
prescrllvil by the "Harrison act."
That all acts or parts of acts in conlllctwlth
this ac t are hereby reiioulcd.
ArntoVKb, June 2, ls'sj.
FOIt FL'It.VISHIXO bUXDKY SUl'1'LlF-S TO
TIIK IXSAN'i: ASYLUM OF AKIZONA.
OmcK OK TIIK KOAltll OFIllltECTOHS Of TIIK j
IMflM? ASYLUM OF A1IIZONA. j
l'MiKNlx, Ariz., July 7, lS'.sJ
yKAI.ED PROPOSALS WILL HI" HKUKIVLD
O until 10 o'clock a. m , Monday, August t,
ls'JO. b the Hoard of Directors of the Insane
As)lum of Arizona, ut their olllce In the City of
I'ha-nlx, A T, at which time and place bids
will lie opened lu thu presence of bidders for
furnishing the following mimed supplies to the
Insane Asjliuu lu such quantities us 111115 lie re
quired (inure or less) fur the two mouths com
mencing August I, lvju, und ending September
,!0, ls'JO All supplies to bu delivered ut the
Asylum at such times nnd in such quantities as
us may be required by the Suiierlntendeut of
in si.imii.vte mm.
JXX) pounds Heef
Jiiiu iouuds Mutton.
700 pounds l'ork.
3t'i.y) pounds Flour.
lif) pounds Potatoes.
3J pounds Onions.
700 JKiunds Hurley.
.'171 pounds Ilran.
2.V) iounds Sugar, granulated, w htte.
:'i pounds Sugar, golden C.
275 Hounds Losla Hlca C'ollec. liest.
'JUltis Ham, subject to weight when delivered.
:aJ Itis Ilacon. subject to weight when delivered.
7,"iKjunds Salt l'ork.
11 J pounds Oat Meal.
.175 pounds Corn Meal.
'JU0 pounds Hominy.
7,i pounds Graham Flour.
JUU pounds Lurd.
200 pounds Dried Apples, Alden.
lull jxiunds Dried Pouches, Alden jiceled.
1(0 pounds Dried I'euches, Alden impeded.
IH) jiounds Prunes.
1.1 Ml pounds Hlcc, Carolina.
2un pounds Table Salt.
Idl pounds Ilcaus, pink.
lnuiounds lleans, while.
A'i ixiunds Japan Ten.
20 jiounds Cheese.
20 jiounds Yeast I'owder,
15 ismnds Corn Starch.
lot) lKitliids Cod Fish, best quality.
M Kunds Dried Plums,
15 pounds Tapioca.
20 pounds Pearl Hurley.
25 jiounds Split Teas.
2 cases Tomatoes, t gal. tins.
2 cases Com, Wlnslow 's.
2 cases Pie 1- rult, assorted
2 cases Table fruit, assorted.
1 cases Maccurout.
i cases Vermicelli.
1 case Oysters.
2 boxes Crackers, 10 lb. box.
2 Legs Pickles, 11) gal.
1 kit Mackerel,
:m gvllons Syrup.
It) gallons Vinegar, wine or older.
35 Cords Wood
75 pound Tobacco, Climax.
.1 dozen Tolutcco, Durham, 2 oz. sacks.
2 dozen Lye, concentrated.
2 dozen Hrooms, bet quality.
K dozen Mops, complete.
fl dozen Scrubbing 1) rushes.
2 doell Sapollo cukes.
Jadozcn llluclnglu li.e?.
K dozen llluelug In pints.
fc, dozen Extracts Flavoring, pints, assorted.
0 pounds Hops.
2u pounds Laundry Starch.
15 boxes Laundry soup.
10 pounds Toilet Soup.
Ml pounds Sal Soda.
00 pounds Chloride Lime.
1 tin Mutches.
I dozen Overalls, riveted, assorted sizes.
1 docn Hickory bhltts, assorted sizes.
3 dozen Half Hose, woolen, mens'.
7 dozen Half Hose, cotton, mens.
lis dozen Hose, woolen, ladles.
dozen Hose, cotton, ladles.
1U dozen Ladles' Shoes, assorted sizes.
2 dozen llrogans, assorted sizes.
1 dozen Straw Hats
7 dozen Thread Coats, assorted numbors.
4 doz Thread Linen HenlMiws, assorted numbers.
1 dozen Suspenders.
IM) yards Shooting, 0-1 unbleached.
100 yards Crash.
150 ) 11 rds Muslin, unbleached.
lUU)urds Muslin, bleached.
1 bolt Denims.
1 Holt Table Cloth.
1 bolt Flannel, white.
The supplies must be of liest quality and sub
ject to the inspection and approval of the Su
perintendent of thcAsjlum and must be deliv
ered as required. Payments will bo made as
prescribed by law.
Samples of clothing, shoes, hats and sample
broom must accompany bids. The successful
bidder must lie prepared tocntcr Into contract
with the Hoard of Directors of suld Asvliim and
give bond lu such amount as muy be required
and approved by tho Hoard of Directors.
Oualfty and price being equal, preference
will lie given to the products of tho Terrl tory of
Arizona. Proposals must have n copy of this
advertisement attached thereto and be address,
cd to C. II. Knapp, Secretary of tho Hoard of
Directors of thu Insane Asvliim of Arizona, and
endorsed; "Proposals for furnishing supplies
to the Insane Asylum of Arizona."
The Hoard reserves tho right to reject any
or all bids or accept any portion of thu articles
ollured lu any bid.
Hy order of the Hoard.
10-20t C. H. Knait, Secretary.
NOTICK TO CONTIlACTOHS.
Sealed projiosnls lor the construction of a six
Inch sewer from tho Insane Asylum of Arizona,
to Salt Riveras per plat of survey now on file
In the olllce of the Hoard of Directors of the In
sane Asylum of Arizona, vv 111 lie received at tho
olllce of said Hoard of Directors up to 2 o'clock
p. in., of Monday the 7th day of July A. D.
Each bid must be uccompanled by a certified
check for f i'a and a copy of this notice.
lllds should Is; addressed to C. II. Knnpp Sec
retary of tho Insane As)lumof Arizona, and
marked "Sewer Proposals."
Tho Hoard reserves the right to reject any and
Ily order of the Hoard of Directors of tho In
sane Asylum of Arizona.
30-3vv C. H. KNAfP. Sec'y.
The quickest returns for tlie least money
are to be obtained from the 1UWUIUA
CAN'S Want Column. Situation!
Wauled, Help Hrc()i(f, For Rent, For Sale,
To Lei, To hxchamje,one cent auord each
insertion, or by the mouth at fne cents per
line a day.
Lost Left by tho owner ut tonio place by the
owner where she called on Monday, May 111, a
black silk parasol, with gold handle, engraved
"Addlo II, KliiMjy." Finder will please leave
the sumo at this otllce.
GO TO TIIK FASHION' HAH1IEU SHOP FOH
shaving, hair cutting, shamiioolng, bath
ing, hair singeing, ladles work done at the shop
or resilience. Prices to suit the times. Opposite
the Opera Houbo. FItANK SHIItLEY, pro
prietor. SOMMEIICIAL HOTEL, COHNEIt CKNTEK
and Jellersou streets. Only house employing
Ite help throughout. IIKRKIUK A LUHIlS,
17011 SALE-TWO FINE STEAM HOILEItS.
; One is almost new, II Inches by Ifl feet,
ruled at 35 horse-power. The other Is in good
condition, 41 inches' by 12 feet, rated ut W horte
isiwer. Alt I have no further use for these
hollers, they being too small for my use, I ofler
them for sule complete ut 11 rare burguln. They
muy be been nt the l'hienlx Ice Works, east of
depot. I'lKHKKPONT M1NOK.
BAKEll X CAMPHKLL, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office: Over Natlonul Hunk.
work done iiromiitlv.
correctly and neatly.
Office with the Arionu
ClURK HOWARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
j Office In Porter block, I'hieuix, ;.. T.
STOCK IIOI.OKKS' M KET1MJ.
The regular annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Salt Rivkh Vam.ky Canai. Company
will be held
MONDAY, AUG. I, lhW, AT 2 O'CLOCK, 1'. M
At the olllce of the Company, In the Monlhou
Hulldiug, l'hienlx, Arizona, to elect three (!),
Directors for the ensuing vear, und for such
other business us may law fully come before said
meeting. J. W. EVANS, President.
W. D. FUI.WILER, Secretary. ,'J 78
I'llONlX, AltlZ., July 15, IS'SJ.
The regular annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Mahkoca Casai. Comi-any will be
MONDAY, AUG. I, Ifc'iO, AT 2 O'CLOCK, P M.,
Attheotllroof the Company, In the Monlhou
Hullding, l'hienlx, Arizonu, to elect three O),
Directors for the ensuing vear und for such
other business as may lawfully come liefore said
meeting. J. V. . EVANS, President.
W. I). FULWILER, S-ec rotary. 50-78
I'lliKNIX, AltlZ., July 15, lh'.tl.
Arizona Industrial Exposition
For tlie Fair to be Held at l'liieuix,
Arizona, October 11, 15, Hi
and 17, 1UJ0.
TUESDAY, OCT. U.
1. Running Stake. 2-yoar-olds, bred, raised nnd
owned In Arizona: '.mile dash.
Entrance, ); added money, J-'O.
2. Trotting. Stallion stake; mile heats, :i In 5.
Entrance, Ji'i; added money, J)12o.
3. Trotting. R-mlnute stake; mile heuts, :l In 5.
Entrance, f i"i; added money, 'b.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13.
I. Trotting. 2:10 stake; mile heats,:! in 5; En
trance, f VI: added monev. 1JJ0.
5. Running, :i-yciir-old stake; ?i-mlie, 2 in 3.
Entrance, $5; added money, 7.'.
0. Running. For all ages; one mile dash. En
trance, J.i; aimed money, 7
THURSDAY. OCT. If..
".Trotting and Pacing. 2:IS stake; mile heats'
3 In 0. Entrance, ii!; added
8. Trotting. 3-year old stakes; mile heats, 2 In
3. r.ntnmce, ia; aciaeit money, 7l.
9. Running. For nil nges; '4-mlle dash. En
trance, '25; added money, JJ'io.
10. Trotting. 2-) car-old stake; mile heat, 2 In 3.
Entrance, fi'ij added money, fV).
FRIDAY, OCT. 17.
11. Running. Free for all; mile heats, 2 in 3-
Entrance, Ji'i; added money, $100.
1J. Trotting or Pacing. Free for ull: mile heuts,
3 in f. Entrance, JVT; added
13. Running. 2-)car-olds; 5-milc and repeat.
Entrance, ? 23; added money, $).
Trolling and pacing In harness.
American Trotting Association rules govern
Nominations clo-c September 1, 1890.
One-half of entrance must accompany nomi
nations; balance paid September 'i".
Four or more entries to fill; three or more to
The Hoard of Directors reerve the right to
hold entrance and start a race with a less num
ber or to deelure races oil' when there aro less
than throe to start, also to trot heats of any two
races alternately, or to call a special race le
twoen heats, or to change the date of nice.
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 u 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, IK) to second and 10 to third, except in
frec-for all trot, 'J: 10 rlasses and '.'-year-old dash,
when third horse has entrance, 70 per cent, of
balance to first horse and SO per cent to second.
Races commence at 1 p. M. sharp each day.
Hlanks for entries can be obtained from the
The Directors reserve the right to postpone
races on account of bad weather.
J. MCMILLAN, BocrcUry.
West side of Church Plaza; Finest Restaurant
South of Sun Francisco.
PRIVATE D1MNG ROOMS, STRICTLY FIRST-CLISS.
ALEX. KOSSI AND JOE MICOTTI.
JOIIlSr O. SM1TI-T,
OrncK: Care U. 8. Surveyor-General,
U. H. DMPUTY HUJtVKYOK.
THE SANTA CRUZ VALLEY HANK.
II. M. JACOHS,
Capital Paid Up, $50,000
BUYS OR MAKES ADVANCES ON GOLD
I)ut or Bullion, makes advances on City
or County Warrants. Escrows received. Comity
anil Municipal Honds Negotiated. Drafts olid
Telegraphic Transfers on New York," Chicago,
St. Louis, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Hills
of Exchange on all European points.
Large Firo Proof Vault at
tlio Service of Our Friends.
I-ondon, Purls and American Hank, Han Francisco
Hanover National Hank, - - New York
Hank of Commerce, .... St. Louis
Union National Hunk, .... Chicago
California Dank, ... Los Alludes
SI. P. H'JIKKJIAX. - OiHhlor.
ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE
ConytroKH ML, 'J'niscoii.
J lot Drinkf.
VINEST SALOON IN THE CITY.
A Hot I.uncli Served Fne Kvery Day,
JIMMIK HK0WX, Proprietor.
J. FRAfiK & CO.,
holesal Dealers m
DRY :-: GOODS.
THE BEST CONNECTIONS EAST
Wholesale :-: Buyers.
T-GIVE US A TRIAL
J. A.. BLACK,
113 Coisr'Ms St., 'J'liOHim, -A.viz.
HOWAKD :-: WATCHES.
Finest work done at short notice. Order" by
mall or express especially solicited.
SILVER w LAKE
FINE HOATING AND FISHING
2 Miles from Tucson 2
A Pleasant Drive on a Good Road.
The Only Road-House in the Territory
TIIK LEXINGTON STAIiLKS, AT TITO.
Fliiet equipages in the Territory
--BPIKDIID S'J'AJ,KS ti
Orders maybe sent in from the hotel ut the dcqiot
CHARLES It. WORES, Makaokk.
TUCSON, - ATUZONA.
Purchasers of Copper, Lead. Silver an J Gold ores
Returns made as soon as the Ore Is sampled nnd
Hates od Ores Can be Obtained on .IpplicatiGD
In person or by mall, at the office of the
orks, Tuscon, Ariz.
Law Oificex, Tctsox, Amzoka
JOHN II. THOMAS,
Ct W. WRIGHT, ATTORNEY AT
. Pearson HIik k, Tucson, Arizona.
PHCENIX IEON WORKS,
(J. I.. Williscrjf,, hop.
ALL KINUS OF JLUJHLNEKY.
Ilotipe nnd Oriimncntnl Cu-tings
Made to Order.
KNGLNES, 150ILEHS, MINING AM)
Agricultural Machinery Uouplit,
Sold and He-paired.
U'oiks on Yavapai street,, near .Jackson
Of A.II Kliiias
MOUNTAIN MEAT HAIllvLT.
JOHN OliTEICr, FJiOr.
1' II K
National Bnnk of Arizona,
feOI LEWIS, Vioe-rrvddent.
OEO. W. 1IOADI.EV, Cashier.
"Capital, Paid Up,
surplus, - - - -
M. Vv'. KAlKs,
J. V. T. Smith.
Charles Goldman, Geo. Hoadlky
The Hank of California .San FranoNco
Agency of Hank of California .... New York
1 he h uriners und Merchants Hank. Los Angele-
The National Hunk of Commerce
c oiwillilute.i National Hank
Hank of Arizona
N. M. Rothschilds A Sons . . .
LI, KINDS OF FURNITURE AND VV
. bolstering. Mattresses recovered and re
paired. Carpets sewed and laid Shop next to
l'hcr-nlx Plaining Mill, Maricopa street.
IF YOU WANT
-If you want any kind of-
LEGAL OR JOB PRINTING,
!ALL ON THE-
Republican Job Office.