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THE ARIZONA "REPUBLICAN, PI-ICENIX, SATURDAY MORNDfO, JULY 19, '1890.
Till! ARIZONA REPUBLICAN.
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Tin" Ilepulillcmi bellees hi itriclly one
pri.o for mhertUliiK, and accordlngl) It pub
ll"lif Its rules lu full, nnl exactly a thoy nrp.
sjhtIhI position ad 2.1 Jut cent. extra.
rrcfiTrol I.ocnlg :0 cents por line first
mv-rtion and 5 cent per line each subsequent
VII CiMitr.u'tt nml bills for Advertising uiyu
ltepiililinui Territorial Convent ion.
I m in onlmire lth a resolution insnetl by the
I: (.utilu'iin Territorial Central Committee the
l.-inililii.ui territorial com eutlouu til convene
n iht ityol l'liu'iilv, on the lust Tuesday In
.tn-t the 2(. at the hour of 10 !X) o'clock a. in
i r i hi' nurture of nominating one lHjrson for the
ill. of Delegate to Conpress. one iersou for
he -ueriMeuiieni 01 ruuuc liisiriicuoii, one
l r hi for ( (iiuH'llinau at LnrKC from the North
. rn I'Mrlct. composed of the Counties of Yaa
pni i" he, Mohaxe, Yuma and Marlcom, and
it h-iiii for Councilman at Large from the
s HiiiuTii litrict, eomiKed of l'lnia, Cochise,
in-ahum Uila and I'lnul Counties. The Rcpub
li an-of the various counties are therefore In
Mini to -eleel delegates to the said Contention
in m h imnner as shall veem to them Just nnd
M'r inrlate and the delegates shall beupor
u mi ) among the urIous counties as perresolu
11 m nf the Central Committee vli one delegate
i n eicn lilt Mites last for the LeglslatUe
n.kel. and one for a fraction of fifty over
Hunt) Ihe voles cast for same ticket. In the
i w, nun uf Noivmher (, lvv The represeuta
n hi ,if the arlous counties will be as follous
Vlvii lie 7 . Maricopa. .. 19
i k lne is Pima Id
iiraliam 7 l'llial. . . . K
Mia . . 5 Yuma ... I
M ihuve 1 Yniapal. .. .21
Hi ruling of the Chairman of the Territorial
i . iimltti-cand by precedent It Is understood
t tin I proxies to the contention wilt only lie held
1 1 mi nliersof the contention from the name
in ml us as the proxies
Hie liepiiMUausof Arlrona contldeutly enter
in- ni the (auipalgii at haudasUng of Congress
n 1 1 the dminltratlon at Washington admis
- 1 1 1 i the I'tilonof Mates and the full prlvl
li. of ittienshlp toall nitliln the borders of
il proem Territory, believing that our wealth,
iniiiiK'r. Intelllgenee aim rights as citizens of
I'. t inted Mates entitles us to such considera
.1.11 and prl liege All citizens of the Terrltorj
hi'slieve in the pure principles of Kepub
li iiiii-m and in the complete and full enjoy
ment ufi ittzenshlp for eiery citizen of Arizona
an ciiMially Invited to Join the party In an
t arm t attempt to gain a Republican success at
Hie fall elections uhlch will insure to the poo
pl nf rizouaall the rights and prhtleges us
i inens to w hlch they are entitled.
Chutrniau Kep Cent. Coin,
"i Kip t ent. Com.
'the Neil riiiiillni; lloiinl.
'Flic iii'w Territorial Iloanl of Lonn
l i.iiiini-iopors orgnnieil yesterday (
ti rno in in the otlieu of the (.iovcrnor
iui'1 prueeedi'd to biiiiiies in compli
jme nitii tlio jirovisions of the act of
full Iwanl a present, eoiniiririnK
(n'M-rnor Wollley, Secretary Mnrphv
ami Auditor liutjlies. (iovuruor ol?
n was reelected President and T. 1).
ll.iiiiiiiniid Secretary, the latter at a
vi'ury of $1(K) pur m'ontli.
The Secretary was iii"tructed to eor
rispiTnd with "the Supervisors of the
nrnms counties, with city ollicers and
si hiM.I district trustees throuliout the
Territory with reference to tlieindebted
ii' that might be funded; of such
i (unities, cities or school districts, up to
tin- ear 1891.
lor puhlNhing the funding law $50
was allow ed the" I'lm-nix Kt.mii.K'tx,
rri-cott Journal-Miner, Tombstone 1'roi-n-foi-and
(ilolx Silier Jlflt. The Sec
retary was authorised to publish the
law in the Tucson HI Fronlm:o at the
The Hoard then adjourned subject to
Knights r I'ytlilas Installation.
Histrict Deputy T. II. Seelig, aji
pcinti'd by Urand Chancellor Webster
street, l.it evening installed the follow
ing named ollicers of the local lodge,
K nights of l'ythias: Past Chancellor,
I runk Met,calf : Chancellor Commander,
W. A. Mediums; Vice Chancellor, 1. T.
Conrov; Keeper of Records and Seal,
1 rank Kibbev; Master nt Arms, h.
I'.raiuh, l'relate, G. V. II. Shaver.
e York Stock Market.
NKH Yikk, July li The Western Union
nri this iiinriilng destroyed the means of com
lumiiiatiini with the outside world tou great
eituit, and broilers today found tlieinnehes
nli no means of getting business extept from
Hi i-i i itomers who happened to be lu the city.
Trading in the market was entirely local. In
i la- lat hour the aunouniemeiit was made that
the di-i i,iuu den j lug the right to the reielver of
tin North Hiver sugar refinery to proceed against
"ther properties of trust hud been handed down
and sugar refineries lifted 3 er cent. The rest
"i tlie market sympathized to a limited extent
ami i ln.ed linn, though very dull, nt something
' tier than oieiilng figures.
'internment bonds neglected
liar iler rioted at ll.Oh'.
l'ltroltuin ojieneil strong at M!ie, advanced to
' ti fur spot and 1X' for August, but later Hxit
l'( Imisl 'r and August Je and the inarLet
1 l"id steady
lin fulloiMiig were the closing ((notations:
I i I'ul states Is, registered..
iiiuu Mates is, coiiion.
mled states t'ss, registered.
I inti'( Mutes ins, couiHin.
i'ai uli i.i,
' oMiral Paiillc . . ".. '"..!
"i (ir and Klo Uraudu
Kaii-H ami lxm , .
"rKiiii Short Line
I'm uli Mall
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Wells hargo Express
Mime) on iall euy at Xi per cent.
I'riuie inenuntlle paper 57 percent.
sierllng exchange was dull and steady.
sixu da) bills J I 8I'J; demand, U S-siJ.
bar -liter, tl.OUU.
New York .Metal Markets.
Ntw Yokk, July in.Copper Market steady.
Uke. Jul), lb 71.
bead Heat) Domestic, 1 1 50.
"( Jtsier Straits. 1 1 .10.
thluiKii l.Hi- Stock Mnrket.
'uiiAdo, July K-Cattlo receipts, IJJjOO.
Market slow and steady with becies atll.'J
s steers, Itrlio, Blockers and ficders,
- -'.. Texas tattle, 1 u&. M.
siiiep-lteiuptN, 10,0001 steady to strong,
xailti", at l tto.', 'a. Westerners, l 0u(
1 " Texuns, l Wu.1 M,
stv Kkamisio, July ls.-Valuo of Mexican
"llttrstiKla) was ,',;(,:' $c.
tlt SALK OK TllAIIK.'
(."11. "tallions, Norm ami llurdo, can la
i a il, , "' f001 wurlt. or will trade for hay,
uT,r.iW,l,"le' Address Port Coble or I
O box m, I'liaiiU. 4'itfwAd
ATCIUSONrorEKA & SANTA FE
"SAXTA FE ROUTE."
Excellent Train Service.
The present schedule of train service
on tho Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe,
from Kl Paso and Doming, is an excel
A fast express connecting with the
Southern Pacific leaves Kl Paso and
Deming, early each afternoon, making
tho run to Hineon, and from Wallace to
La Junta, by day light, arriving at Kan
sas City evening of second day and
Chicago morning of third day after
departure. This train carries Pullman
palace sleepers from Kl Paso to Kansas
City, and Los Angeles, to Chicago, itith
Pullman tourist sleepers, las Angeles
to Kansas City, making direct connec
tion nt La Junta, for 11101(10, Colorado
Springs and Denver. And at Burton, for
St. Louis via "the Frisco line," which
is now a part of the Santa Fo system,
nn additional Pullman Bleeper is at
tached at Las Vegas, running through
without change to Denver via Trinidad
and La Junta.
"The Santa Fo route" aims by its fast
time, lino equipment and reasonable
rates to merit the patronage of the trav
eling public. For further information
address C. II. .Morehouse, D. F. it P. A.,
Kl Paso, Texas.
R. G. ANDRE
Saddle mid Harness Maker.
I am U'tter e(iiilpied for doing tho finest class
of t-addlery and Harness work than any other
hou-c In the Territory, and I can defy cumpetl
Hon in iKith ipiallty and price. I call esiiecial
attention to my heavy Harness and Stock Had
dies, both of w hicli I guarautie as superior to
atij thing sold clsew hero In tho Territory.
It. II. UllKt.NK. u J. WOOD,
GREENE 5 WOOD,
Abstracts, Loans s Insurance
.Phottiiix, - - Arizona.
11STKACTS OF T1TI.E-HAVI.VO THK
SX. most complete set of Abstract Hooks In
Maricopa County, we enn furnish abstracts of
Hatich, City, Mine or Canal property on nhort
notice and reasonable terms.
Fire, 1.1 fo and Accident Insurance written In
the best companies dcliiK business on the l'liclllo
coast. (lltKKNE A WOOD,
HOOT AXI) BHOK MAKKIi.
BKsT FUKNCH KID I.A1HE&' SHOES, HANI)
sewed, from Jltoj; Men's !et French
talf Hoots, hand sewed, from ?r to flj, e!Ktd,
from fi to 111). Fit guaranteed. UepalrliiK of
all kinds neatly and promptly done, bliop op
THE MOST DELIGHTFUL
With Uh UKreeable murine ntiuosphero is the natural change for
Ari.oiKins to take during tho summer niontliH, anil every one can
alibrxl to vinit it for Health, Ke.t or rk-usmrt'. It is in tlio
moit ehanuiiiK marine elimate in the world, and 1i:ih
Xlio Xjargcsfc and !osfc
Wiiere you have the most perfect service, at the low est rates.
Coronado, with its surrounding.s, is the ideal Hummer seaside resort,
with an atmosphere ever boothing and restful, lieing constantly
fanned by breezes from the ocean. Outdoor and indoor
Amusements in Every Variety
-Tlie Hotel Del Coronado:
Is unrivalled anywhere for the display of refined taste, and the
ulegance of its nptiointiuents, careful management, and the
amount of physical comfort it furnishes its guests.
COKONADO NATURAL MINERAL WATER
Has many Riints of excellence. Reing perfectly pure, it is one of
nature's Ixj.st tonics to the system. It is a stiecilie in bladder and
kidney troubles, nnd immediately relieves gout and rheumatism.
RATES FOR THE SUMMER SEASON
WILL UK MADE VERY RKASONAULE,
Ranging us low as $2 per day
$:! per Jay and upward, according
32. S. "Babcock, Jv.s
Hotel Del Coronado, Coronado,
TPIH5 IMILjLjS HOLJSK!,
COR. WASHINGTON AND MARICOPA STREETS,
Best Table in .Arizona.
Table Boarders Received.
E. M. MILLS - - Prop.
Redondo Beach, Cal.
This new nnd niflgulflccnt hotel was opened to
the public May lit. It Is tho most thoroughly
equipped and best furnished houte on the I'a
clflo Coast. Two hundred and sevcnty-flte
rooms, replete with every convenience: lire
place, hot and cold water, Incandescent lights,
electric call and return system. Standing In the
center of a ttt ent) -two acre tract, under high
cultivation, two hundred feet back from the
ocean bluir. Arc lights on the grounds. Finest
surf bathing In America. Tho houso has a lino
Otis elevator and by far thu handsomest music
and dancing hall lu California. Tho illulug
room Is a perfect gem of artistic perfection, iu
perbly furnished and to arranged that every
seat commands a lew of the ocean. There Is a
gallery nt ouo end, where a fine bnnd plays for
tho et cuius dtfuccs; alo pluyingon the veranda
In the morning, lu the music and dancing room
at night, Morning germans will be a feature of
the house. The cuisine will also be a promi
nent factor. The house and surroundings are
simply perfeitlon new, sweet and clean-atid
must bo scon to oo appreciated. The Atchison,
Toieka and Santa Fe runs six trains dally from
IO Angeles. Tho company ow n their own rail
road, running to Los Angeles, connecting with
the Orand Ateutie cable system, running twelve
finely-equipped trains dally each way, lauding
passengers right back of the hotel. There is a
pier, where boats from San Francisco, San Diego
and other points make regular landings. Steam
and sailing juclits can be had. Tho fishing Is
the finest on the coast. 1 here Is a bluir and In
terior drlte, commanding a line view of the
(Ki'ttn, San Gabriel valley, WlKon's Peak, Old
llaldy, Sierra Mudro range of mountains. Terms
same us other first class houses, special rates
for permuiieuts and families. All letters address
to Uie mauaeer.
E. W. ROOT. .Muiinfrei
Maricopa and Iknix HailroaiL
In effect June 15, 1890.
LEAtK. C C AIIKIVE.
3T T .
A Frelg't "- STATIONS. ij A. Frelg't
a. m. 3 o r. st.
7 I I
41M .. I'lncuix .. . 31 1-10
J2j 7 Tempe. 27 j
5:10 10 . ..Kyrene 18 lltVia.m.
fi'ld 'SI . .sacatnn 7 llri'm.m.
GUi .11 .Maricopa. Jl uUa.m.
Trains stop on signal
Trains miiko closo connection with Southern
l'acltle trains Connect at Tempo with stages
forMcsaCIty, Jonesvlllo and Fort McDowell
At I'lncuix with stages for l'rescott, (Jlllett,
Wickenburg and Vulture
C S M VSTKX, Vice I'rcs and Manager
Cannot Cause Stricture. Painless to Use.
W:o,$1.00. Sold b7 all Drnrjgists. Sent in
plain packigo Titi Bubber Symgo tn $1,50
FonSii-Eb) Dk O II KfrrKii, Pha-utx, A T
SUMMER SEASIDE KESOKT.
by the month. Transients,
to room. For full information,
San Diego County, California.
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