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THE AEIZONA REPUBLTOAN. PIICENIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING JUIJY 23, 1690.
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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN.
flit I1MBLIC.U FUBLISIUNG COMMNV.
PjiililiHiied Every Day in the Year.
T1IK O.MY RWUBtlCAS PAPER IX PIMM.
KATi:S OK BlUWCKirTIOX.
Dally, per week, by carrier t
Dally, icr month, by carrier
Dally, per month, by mall ..
Dally, three months, by mall
1.00
1.00
Dally, six mourns, uy man .
Dallv. one year, by mall
.1.00
10.U1
.75
Wi-okly, jut month
Weekly, ir mnirter
Weekly, er MX months
Weekly, ler year ...
Entered at the postoftlce as matter of
second class.
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And then the bugs enmo also.
Yes, it was quite wnrm enough.
Unless you are registered you will
lose vour vote.
To the Mineral licit Hallway, we also
say, como and wolcoineTKe more the
tmirriiir
merrier.
The counties should all bo represented
by full delegations at the Territoiial
Convention.
The South is again in the saddle, and
the shotgun is its persuader. Negro
funerals are numerous.
The murderer seems to be abroad in
Fresno county, California, just now.
Two murders in as many days.
Sunoi, will beat Maud S's time this
season, and the man who thinks she
can't can get lots of money on the proii
osition. Omt legislation on silver is awakening
an interest in tho metal abroad. Ni
metallisni will soon be tho jolicy of
the world.
The numerous mining suits at San
Francisco indicate an unsatisfactory
condition of mining interests. When
the mines prosper, the lawyers starve.
Coxohess should speedily pass the
pension for Jessie Hcnton Fremont. She
has tulouble'claim on tho country as tho
wife of the Pathfinder and the daughter
of Thomas Benton.
It. C. Itnowx, the great rustler of that
splendid weekly ,the Florence Enterprise,
and S. C. Hagg, of tho Tombstone
1'rospector, are in tho city and honored
us with a call last evening.
Pi'okaxe Falls has had another in
cendiary lire. The Northwest has been
a bad Held for the insurance companies,
but the Pacific Insurance Union makes
the Southwest pay the losses.
Ik tho Yuma penitentiary will not bo
made self-supporting, then nil of (Jov
ernor Wolfley's plans will miscarry. It
is his intention to make tho convicts
earn their keeping.
Sadly and solemnly, anil with a what-
inight-have-becn tone, Col. Johnson
editorially says: "A $100 sinecme is not
a bad starter for that economical con
glomeration known as the funding loan
commission."
Tub hot weather has almost killed the
Kansas corn crop. It is now estimated
that the probable yield will not exceed
one half of that of last year. Should the
hot winds of the past fow days continue
the crop may become a total loss.
As kixai.lv announced, the popula
tion of Denver is 120,180. This shows
an increase of 7,000 over the oiiginal
enumeration, but is still short of what
was fondly hoped would be the popula
tion. Still, 120,000 shown a marvelous
increase since 1880.
The Canadian Pacific Kailway is about
to issue fresh capital for a purpose in
connection with tho Pacific steamship
sen-ice under subsidies granted by the
British Government. Tho English are
reaching out for the trade in Austral
asia. Chicago and Illinois cannot afford to
act as though the World's Fair wore a
small local affair. They must sink their
petty differences and work for a grand
general success. There will bo others to
do the fighting, so that locally all should
be united.
Otm friends of tho Herald seem to
have overlooked our acceptance of their
challenge to compare circulation. Now,
then, we will mako a new offer, that if
The Repuih.ican hasn't douule the
circulation of the Herald we will pay the
expenses of the Commission.
While tho reports aro conflicting,
there are reasons to fear that serious
trouble is impending in Central Amer
ica. The small Republics seem deter
mined to have war, and they probably
will have it unless Mexico and the
United States step in and arbitrate be
tween them.
St. Paul appears to bo insanely jeal
ous of its successful rival, Minneapolis,
and is now engaged in causing trouble
to the census enumerators in tho latter
city. It has detectives spotting promi
nent people and city and county officials
and in other respects acts quite in
sanely. The Tucson Star says that everybody
wants Statehood because they aro tired
of having tho Territorial press compare
tho Chief J-Ixecutivo to a monkey and
his administration to a fourth-class
circus. If Brother Hughes could only
have received tho printing of that
Funding Act, what a different editorial
ho would have written 1 Hut you won't
bo able, Brother Hughes, to monkey
with tho Governor or have oven a fourth
class circus out of tho printing that way.
As they say down your way, tabet
THE REPUBLICAN CALL.
Thcro appears to be a conflict of
authority in tho management of tho
Republican Territorial Committee. Tho
call as set forth elsewhere in this paper
is scarcely a Work of art or a production
to be proud of, and we do not
wonder that Colonel Christy disclaims
its authorship, hut it bears his signa
ture and ho will have to father it. Tho
Colonel says tho iloni calling for tho
nomination of a Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction was inserted by mistake,
while tho Secretary, Mr. Morford, says
it wasn't, that it is in aecordanco with
custom and that it shall not Jw changed.
So there is a conflict of authority
among the powers that he. The Secre
tary appears to be a bigger man than
the Chairman and has apparently arro
gated to himself the duties of the
latter.
All calls of this character are, of course,
made by the Chairman, the name of the
Secretary appearing only as a matter of
courtesy. A reference to the Codes now
in force in this Territory will show that
tho ollico in question is now an appoint
ive one, subject to confirmation by the
Council, whatever may have been the
law or custom in tho past. Recently
the Codes have been revised, a fact
which tho Secretary of the Commit
tee seems to have overlooked. Wo have
no doubt that Col. Christy is quite
right, that the matter can bo explained
to tho Convention, but wouldn't it bo
better to correct it now ?
Wo feel certain that tho item was
inserted from a petty motive, either in
enmity of .Mr. Cheyney or with a view
of placing tho Governor in a position
apparently antagonistic to the people.
Under tho law the appointment of this
officer is mandatory, a duty tho
Governor cannot escape. He might, as
a matter of courtesy, name the man for
whom tho people might show a
preference, but suppose that should lo
a Democrat? Ought tho courtesy go
then? Would it be good politics?
Hardly. So do not let us take any
chances. Reinedv the call.
Ix tho House of Commons, on Mon
day, Mr. Williams asked, in view of the
marked influence of American legisla
tion regarding silver on the price of
that metal in London that steps lie
taken by the government to secure a full
supply for mintage purposes. Tho
Chancellor of the Exchequer in reply
said that "tho mint does not speculate
in silver. It must be subject to reason
able foresight according to its re
quirements." Oh, no. England doesn't
speculate in silver, not since
it can't buy America's silver
at about 80 cents, coin it into
rupees at $1.27 exchangeable for wheat
in India, thus simultaneously robbing
our miners and our farmers. No, the
recent Republican legislation, so unani
mously opposed by the Democrats, has
caused England to cease speculating in
silver.
The Southern Pacific Railway Com
pany is said to be opposing the building
of the North and South Railroad. Then
again we hear that the management of
the company is somewhat divided on
the proposition. We are inclined to
think that the Southern Pacific Com
pany would be the gainer by the build
ingof tho road, which can in no sense
1h3 construed as detrimental to the
Southern Pacific system. We are rather
inclined to believe that it would become
an important feeder under certain cir
cumstances. We are inclined to
believe that if Colonel Crocker
should take tho trouble to look over
the field he would come to the same
conclusion and withdraw tho opposition
of his road. Any enterprise that will
tend to develop tho Salt River Valley
will lenefit the Southern Pacific Com
pany. The Repuih.iuan had a pleasant call
from Secretary N. O. Murphy, last even
ing, one of the foremost and most popu
lar men in tho Territory anil a most
efficient official. The Secretary was
enjoying the delightful evening
weather. He has just come from
an extended trip to tho coast,
but is free to say that in sum
mer weather Phwnix excels all places
he has visited. There is no doubt of
that fact. All that is needed to make
Phcunix tho most popular summer re
sort of the interior is a first-class hotel,
especially designed and built for this
climate. With the advent of more rail
roads capital will undoubtedly set in
that direction. '
This is an opinion by the GlolK) Silver
lielf. "The Florence Enterprine when
twitted of its change of base from oppo
sition to Statehood to favoring the
measure gives the lame excuse 'that the
year of misrule by an incompetent
executive' justifies tho change. The
Enterprise' position on so vital a ques
tion as is referred to is a reminder of
the old song when war was leing made
against tho re-charter of tho United
States Hank, 'I'm opposed to tho bank
because I don't like Riddle.' And we
doubt if other journalistic Hoppers can1
offer a better excuse for change of base
than that they don't liko Wolfley."
The Atlanta Constitution says that if
the Federal election bill passes, tho
South will boycott all products of North
ern manufactories. A sort of commer
cial secession. This is better than Crit
tenden's threat that they would keep
away from tho World's Fair. The Fed
eral Election Hill is general in its pro
visions, applicable alike to California
and South Carolina. California accepts
it meekly; why shouldn't Georgia,
South Carolina, or Missouri?
NKIOIIIIOKI.Y VIIMIINIAN'S.
IIhtImc No One Klse to Flfflit They Kiild
One Another.
livxciiiiuiio, Va., July 22. A dispatch
from Pocahontas says that a party of
men from West Virginia rodo to town
last night and began shooting in tho
street. The town officials summoned a
posse and a battle ensued, in which sev
eral of the town force wero wounded.
Two of the mob were finally arrested,
but tho remainder escaped over tho
State line. Tho people are under arms
tonight, expecting an attempt to rescuo
tho prisoners.
AN AOT
Approving! Willi Amendments, the Fund-
Inc Act of Arizona.
Be It enacted by the Senate and House ol Re
presentatives of tho United States of America In
Congress assembled, that the act of the revised
suitutrs of Arizona of 1SS7, known us "Title
XXXI Funding," be and Is hereby, amended
so us to read as follows, and that us amended
tho same Is hereby approved and confirmed,
subject to future Territorial legislation: "Title
XXXI- Funding and loun, Chapter one. Ter
ritorial, county, municipal and school district
Indebtedness."
1'aii. '-Mill. (See. I.) ForthuimrioooillimldBl
IliRimd providing for tho payment of Ihe out
standing and existing Indebtedness of tho Ter
ritory of Arizona and such futuro Indebtedness
as may be or Is now authorized by law, tho Gov
emorof tho said Territory, together with the
Territorial auditor and Territorial secretary, and
their successors In otllee, shall constitute a
lKiard of commissioners, to bo styled tho loan
commissioners of thoTerrltory of Arizona, and
shall have and exercise tho powers and perform
tho duties hereinafter provided.
"Put. 1WI0. (See. -i.) It shall lie, and Is hereby,
declared the duty of the loan commissioners to
provide for the payment of tho existing Territo
rial Indebtedness due, and to become due.or that
Is now, or may bo hereafter, authorized by law,
and for tho purpose of paying, redeeming and
lefundlngull or any pan of the principal and
interest, or either of the existing and subsisting
Territorial legal indebtedness, and also that
which may at any time become due.or is now.or
may be hereafter, authorized by law, the sold
commissioners shall, fromtlmoto time, Issue
negotiable coupon bonds of this Territory when
the same can bo done at a lower rato of Interest
and to tho profit and benefit of tho Territory.
I'm. 'JOll. (Sec. 3.) Said bonds shall be Issued
as near as practicable In denominations ot one
thousand dollars.but bonds ol a lower denomina
tion, not less than two hundred and fifty dol
lars, may be Issued when necessary. Said
bonds shall bear Interest at a rate to tie fixed by
said loan commlsslonorsriHit In no case to ex
ceed live per centum per annum, which Interest
shall lie paid In gold coin or Us equivalent In
lawful monoy of tho United States, on tho fif
teenth day of January In each year, at the ollico
of the Territorial treasurer, or at such bank In
the city of New York, In the state of Now York,
or In the city of San Francisco, In the slate of
California, or such place as may bo des
ignated by said loan commissioners, at
tho option of tho purchaser of said bonds, tho
place of payment lieing mentioned In said
iKmds. Tho principal of said bonds shall bo
inado payable In lawful money of tho United
States, fifty years after the dute of their issue.
Said Territory reserves the right to redeem ut
par any of said bonds, In their numerical order,
at any time after twenty years after the date
thereof. . ....
"They shall bear tho date of their Issue, slate
when, where, and to whom payable, rate of In
terest, and when and where payable, and shall
lie signed by said loan commissioners, and shall
have tho seal of tho Territory affixed thereto,
ami countersigned by the Territorial treasurer
and tiear his official seal, and shall lie registered
by tho Territorial auditor in a book to ikj kept
by him for tho purpose, which shall state
amount sold for, or, If exchanged, for what, and
the faith and credit of the Territory Is hereby
pledged for the payment of said bonds and the
interest accruing thereon, as herein provided.
"Pa it. 'JOli (Sec. I.) Coujions for the
interest shall bo attached to each
bond, so that they may be removed without
Injury or of mutilation bond. They shall
be consecutively numbered und bear the samo
number of tho bond to w hlcli they ure attached,
and shall lie signed by the Territorial treasurer.
MTim ...itii (-.iiiiiah tihnli cover the Interest ex
pressed In said bond from tho date of Issue until
paid; but in no case shall bonds bear Interest,
nor shall any Interest be paid thereon for any
time before their delivery to tho purchaser, as
hcrlnuftcr provided.
"Pais. aU (See. 5.) Whenever the said loan
commissioners may be authorized by law; to
Issue bonds, or shall have decided to refund or
redeem all or any part of tho existing Indebted
ness of this Territory, they shall direct tho Ter
ritorial treasurer to advertise for a tale of the
bonds to be issued for that purine, by causing
a notice of such salo to be published for the
period of one month In some dally newspaper
nubllshed ot the cupltal of the Territory, and
at least one insertion in a newspaiier
published in the city ol Now York, in the Mate
of Xew York, and In the city of San Francisco.
in the Slate of California; such notice shall
ccify the amount of Iwnds to be sold, the
Sce, day and hour of sale, ami that bids will
received by said treasurer for the purchase of
said bonds within one month from the expira
tion of said publication; and at tho plate and
time named In said notlco tho said treasurer
and loan commissioners shall open all bids re
ceived by him and shall auanl the purchase of
said bonds, or any part thereof, to the bidder or
bidders therefor bidding the lowest rule of interest-
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 sufficient
security shall be furnished by the bidder or
bidders for the compliance with tho terms of
their bids. ,. L , . .,, ,
"Pail ail I. (Sec. 6.) When the sale of said bonds
shall oo awarded by the loan commissioners
they shall provide and procure tho necessary
bonds as In this act provided, and any expense
Incurred by them therefor, for the publication
of said notices, cost of remitting funds for the
luymeut of Interest or money on said bonds,
and all other necessary Incidental expenses un
der the provisions of this act shall be puld out
of the general fund of said Territory, upon the
order of the Territorial auditor, countersigned
by the Governor; and a sum of money stilUeient
to cover said costs and expenses Is hereby ap
propriated out of sold fund.
"They shall, from time to time, after signing
said bunds, deliver them to the Territorial
treasurer, taking his receipt therefor, and
charge him thcrew 1th. The said treasurer shall
give to the Territory ot Arizona an additional
official Ixind, with two or moro sureties, in
sum equal to tne amount oi uouus ue-
llvercd to him by the sold loon conimlssoners,
which bond shah bo approved by the: Governor
und deposited and filed tilth the Secretary of
the Ttrrltory, und recorded by him In a book to
I. v..i,t for tliutfiurnose. And tho said Treasurer
shall stand charged upon his official bond for
the faithful performance of the duties required
of him under this act.
"l'AK.Siri. (See. 7.) The Territorial Treasurer
shall sell said bonds for cash, or exchange them
for any of the Indebtedness for the redemption
of tt hlch they were so Isstied.btit In nocae Bhall
said bonds be sold or exchanged for less than
their face or par value and the accrued Interest
at the time ol disposal, nor must any Indebted
ness Ix) redeemed at more than Its face value
und any Interest that may I due thereon.
"That said Treasurer shall Indorse, by writing
or stiimMiiL' in Ink on the face of the naner.evl-
deuclng tho Indebtedness received by him In
exchange for said bonds, the time when and the
amount for which exchanged.
"Paii. JOIG, (See. 8.) Moneys received by said
Treasurer shall be applied by him to the re
demption of the Indebtedness, for the redemp
tion of which bonds were Issued, anil the Treas
urer shall give notice, us Is provided by law In
case of payment und redemption of Territorial
warrants, of his readiness to redeem such In
debtedness, and thereafter Interest on all such
Indebtedness duo and outstanding shall cease.
"Before any such Indebtedness shall be paid
the Territorial Auditor shall Indorse on each
certificate the amount due thereon, and shall
write across tho face of each the date of Its sur
render ami the name of the person surrender
ing, and shall keep proper record thereof.
"I'Ait. a)l7. (Sec. .) There shall bo levied an
nually, upon the uixablc property in this Terri
tory, anil In addition to tho levy for other au
thorized taxes, n sufficient sum to pay tho Inter
est on ull bonus Issued and disposed of In pur
suance of the provisions of this act, to bo pluccd
In the Territorial treasury, In tho fund to be
known as the 'Interest fund.' And fifty years
after such bonds shall have been Issued such ad
ditional amount shall lie levied annually as will
pay ten per cent, of the total amount Issued un
til all the bonds Issued under the provisions of
this act are paid and discharged; nothing here
in contained shall lie construed to prevent the
legislature of Arizona from creating a sinking
fund during the life of said bonds for their re
demption at maturity.
"The Territorial Hoard of Equalization, or, on
their failure, the Territorial Auditor, shall de
termine the rato of tax to be levied In the dif
ferent counties In the Territory to carry out the
provisions of this act, und shall certify tho
same to the 'Hoard of Supervisors' In
each county and to the municipal or
school authorities ;and the said board of supervi
sors, or authorities, are hereby directed and re
quired to enter such rato on their assessment
rolls, lu tho samo milliner and with the same
cll'ect as Is provided by law In relation toother
Territorial, county, municipal and school taxes.
Every tax levied under the provisions of author
ity ol this net is hereby made a Hen against the
property assessed, which Hen shall attach on
the first Monday in March lu each year, anil
shall not bo satisfied or removed until such tax
has been paid.
"All moneys derived from taxes authorized
by the provisions of this act shall be paid Into
the Territorial treasury' and shall be applied
"First. To the payment of the Interest on tho
lionds Issued hcreuudei.
"Second. To tho payment of tho principal of
such bonds; Provided, That all moneys re
maining In tho Interest fund utter the payment
of tho Interest, and nil moneys remaining lu
tho 'redemption fund' after ull said bonds snail
have paid and discharged shall be transferred
by the Territorial Treus urer to the Territorial
'general fund.'
"Pa u. 'JUW. (See. 10.) Whenover.aflertho expi
ration of the fifty years from the date of Issu
ance of any bonds under this act, there remains
after the payment of the Interest as provided lu
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 by the loan commissioners for
bids for salo of liouds, which advertisement
shall state the amount of money In tho said re
demption fund, and the number of bonds, num
bering them In tho order of their Issuance, com
mencing at tho lowest number then outstand
ing, which such fund is set apart to pay and
discharge, and if such liouds so numbered In
such advertisements shall not lie presented for
payment and cancellation at tho expiration of
such publication, then such fund shall remain
lu the treasury to discharge, such bonds when
ever presented, but they shall draw no Interest
after tho expiration of such publication. He
fore any such liouds shall be paid they shall bo
presented to the Territorial Auditor, who shall
endorse on each bond the amount due thereon,
and shall write across the face of each bond the
dato of its surrender and and the namoof tho
person surrendering. The Territorial Auditor
shall keen a record of all bonds Issued and dis
posed ol by the Territorial Treasurer, nhotving
their number, rate ot Interest, date and amount
of talc, when, where and to K horn payable, and
If exchanged, for what and When ureiented for
"redemption, the date, amount ,due thereon and
person surrendering,
"The Hoards of Supervisors ot the eountles.tho
municipal and school authorities are hereby
authorized and directed to report to the loan
commissioners of the Territory their bonded
and outstanding Indebtedness and said loan com
misslnncrs may, on written demand, require an
official report from tho board of supervisors of
counties, the municipal or school authorities,
of their bonded and outstanding Indebtedness,
and said loan commissioners shall provide for
the redeeming or refunding of the county, mun
icipal, and school district Indebtedness, upon the
olllelal demand of said authorities, in tho samo
manner as other Territorial Indebtedness, and
they shall Issue lxinds for any indebtedness now
allowed.or that may bo horeafterallowcd.by law
to said county, municipality, or school district,
upon olllelal demand by said authorities; the
county, municipality, or school district to pay
Into the Territorial treasury, in addition to afl
other taxes authorized by law, such amounts as
may lie directed by the Territorial board of
equalization, or on their failure by the Terri
torial auditor, (o lie levied for tho payment of
the principal of the 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 tho Territory on such bonds.
"Par. 'J019. (Sec. 11,) When the treasurer pays
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, the words 'redeemed and can
coled,' with the dale of cancellation, lie shall
keep a full and particular account and record of
all fils proceedings under the act, and of the
bonds redeemed and surrendere"d, and he shall
transmit to the Governor an abstract of all his
proceedings under this act with bis annual re-
UUIl IU UV, U; UIC UUTVIUUIl IU.1U UVIUIV IMG iH"
Isloture at Its meeting. All books and papers
pertaining 10 tne matter proviueu in inis act
shall at all times be open to the Inspection of the
party Interested, or tho Governor, or a com
mittee of either branch of the legislature, or a
joint committee of both.
"Pa u. 2050. (Sec. 12.) It shall bo tho duty of
the Territorial treasurer to pay tho Interest on
said liouds when the same falls due out of said
Interest fund, if sufficient; and If said fund bo
not sulllclcnt, then to pay the deficiency out of
inegcnerui iiinu: rroviueu, inaiine territorial
auditor shall first draw his warrant on the Ter
ritorial treasurer, navable to the order of said
treasurer, for the amount of such deficiency
out of the general fund.
"PAii.auSl, (Sec. 1.1.) It shall be the duty of
said loan commissioners to make a full report
of all their proceedings had under the
provisions of this net to tho Governor on or
lieforc the first day of January of each year, and
saiii reports snau ijeiranmuieu ny ineuoveni
to the Territorial legislative assembly.
"I'Ait. 'JlVi. (Sec. II.) No bond Issued under the
provisions of this act shall bo taxed within this
Territory."
Sec. IT). That nothing lu this act shall bo con
strued to authorize any futuro Increase
of any Indebtedness lu excess of tho limit
prescribed by the "Harrison act." Provided,
however, That the present existing and
outstanding indebtedness, together with
such warrants as may lie Issued for the
necessary and current expenses of car
rying on Territorial, county, municipal, and
scnooi government lor 1110 year eniiing iiecein
bcr.'ll. IKK), in a v also lie funded and bonds Is
sued for the redemption thereof; and thereafter
no warrants, certificates, or other evidences of
indebtedness shall lie allowed to Issue or bo
legal where tho same Is In excess of the limit
prescribed by the "Harrison act.
That all acts or parts of acts In conflict with
tins act are nereny repealed.
Arrr.ovKi), June , lb'.).
PROPOSAL
FOlt FURNISHING SUNDRY SUPPLIES TO
THE INSANE ASYLUM OF ARIZONA.
Office of the no hid ok diuectous oktiiki
INSANE ASYLl'M OF AlilZOXA, )
PiiiKMx, Ariz., July 7, 1S!W.
CiEALEI) PROPOSALS WILL HE RECEIVED
L) until 10 o clock a. in.. Monday. August 1
mjv. iij me uimiM oi A'uui.ii'i', ui liiu iiiptuie
Asylum of Arizona, at their ollico In the City of
Phienlx, A. T., at which time and place bids
will be opened In the presence of bidders for
furnishing the following named supplies to tho
insane Asyium in sticn quantities as may lie re
uulrcil (more or less) for the two months com
meiicliig August 1, ls'.m, and ending September
IX), IK'JO. All supplies to be delivered at the
Asylum at such times and lu such quantities us
us may be required by the Siiiierlutcndcnt of
saiuAsyiuui;
IN SEfAltATK BlbS.
XMI pounds Reef.
2u l pound Mutton.
7UU iHjuuds Pork.
1'IIOVISIONS.
?M pounds Flour.
:vajO iounds Potatoes.
:mo pounds Onions.
70D pounds Hurley.
3.ju pounds Hran.
2.V) pounds Sugar, granulated, white.
"in pounds Sugar, golden C.
275 jiounds Costa Rica Coll'ee, liest.
2tUlts Ham, subject to weight when delivered.
: lbs Hacon. subject to weight when delivered.
7.' pounds Salt Pork.
2UJ iKiunds Oat Meal.
:17, iounds Corn Meal.
2U0 pounds Hominy.
75 pounds (irahum Flour.
'.iXi pounds Jjird.
200 pounds Dried Apples, Alden.
100 pounds Dried Peaches, Alden peeled.
10U pounds Dried Peaches, Alden iinpeolcd.
10U pounds Prunes.
200 pounds Rice, Carolina.
2i ) pounds Tabic Salt.
101) pounds Deans, pink,
lou pounds llcans. white.
:;r jmjiiikIs Japan Tea.
20 poniul Cheese.
20 jiounds Yeast Powder,
15 pounds Corn Starch.
100 pounds Cod Fish, best quality.
SO pounds Dried Plums,
15 pounds Tapioca.
20 Kjunds Pearl Harley.
25 pounds Split Peas.
2 cases Tomatoes. 1 gal. this.
2 cases Corn, Wlnslow's.
2 cases Pie Irult, assorted
2 cases Table fruit, assorted.
A entpti MHr-etirfiiil
j i cases Vermicelli.
1 case Oysters.
2 boxes Crackers, 10 lb. box.
2 kegs Pickles, 10 gal.
1 kit Mackerel,
no gallons Syrup.
10 gallons Vinegar, wine or cider.
SUNUIUES.
35 Cords Wood.
7.) pound Tobacco, Climax.
dozen Tobacco, Durham, 2 oz. sacks.
2 dozen Lye, concentrated.
2 dozen Hrooms, liest quality.
dozen Mops, complete.
Jj dozen Scrubbing Hrushes.
2 dozen Sa polio cakes.
Kdozen Hluelng In boxes.
H dozen Hluelng lu pints.
y3 dozen Extracts Flavoring, pints, assorted.
0 pounds Hops.
20 pounds Laundry Starch.
15 boxes Laundry Soap.
40 pounds Toilet Soap.
SO pounds Sal Soda.
K0 pounds Chloride Lime.
1 tin Matches.
4 dozen Overalls, riveted, assorted sizes.
4 dozen Hickory Shirts, assorted sizes.
3 dozen Half Hose, woolen, mens'.
7 dozen Half Hose, cotton, mens.
VA dozen Hose, woolen, ladles.
3 dozen Hose, cotton, ladles.
Ik dozen Ladles' Shoes, assorted sizes.
2 dozen Hrogans, assorted sizes.
1 dozen Straw Hats.
7 dozen Thread Coats, assorted nurnbjrs.
4 doz Thread Linen Henboivs, assorted niimlicrs.
1 dozen Suspenders.
IM yards Sheeting, C-l unbleached.
150 yards Gingham.
100 yards Crash.
150 yards Muslin, unbleached.
100 yards Muslin, bleached.
1 bolt Denims.
1 Holt Table Cloth.
1 bolt Flannel, White.
The supplies must bo ot best quality and sub
ject to tho inspection and approval of tho Su
lieriuteiident of the Asylum and must lie deliv
ered as required. Payments will bo made as
nrescribed bv law.
Samples of clothing, shoes, hots and sample
broom must accompany bids. The successful
bidder must be prepared to enter Into contract
with tho Hoard of Directors of said Asylum and
give bond In such amount as may be required
and approved by the Hoard of Directors,
rcu oy inc linaru oi uircctors.
and price lieing equal, preference
nn tn ,Iia i.rul,inli .if ( tin 1'.. ...... n I
wuaiiiv aim nnce leini; eoiiai. nn
will be given to the products of tho Territory of
Arizona. Proposals must have a convof this
advertisement attached thereto and be. address
ed to C. II. Knapp, Secretary of the Hoard of
Directors of the Insane Asylum of Arizona, und
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 tho articles
oll'ercd In any bid.
Hy order of tho Hoard.
10-201 C. II. Kiarr, Secretary.
REPAIRING SHOP.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITUKE AND UP
bolstering. Mattresses recovered and re
paired.' Carpets sewed and laid. Shop next to
l'ho-iilx Plaining Mill, Maricopa street.
II. VtOHLER.
l'Olt 8AI.K OK TKADK.
Two stallions, Norm and Ilurdo, can be
bought so cheap as to frighten you. Easy pay
ments with good security, or will trade for hav.
grain or beef cattle. Address Port Coble or P.
0. box 391, Phienlx. 45tf wAd
WANTS,
27 quicke$t return for the leatt money
are to be obtained, from the REPUBLI
CAN'S Want " Column. Situation
Wanted, HelpWanled, For Rent, Fo'rSale,
To Let, To Exchange, one cent a itoro each
insertion, or by the month at fire centi per
line a day.
LOH'J".
I.OST Left by the owner at somo place by the
owner where she called on Monday, May 19, a
black silk parasol, with gold handle, engraved
"Addlo II. Klnscy." Finder will please leave
tho same at this office.
TMlHCullimnouH.
tO TO THE FASHION 1IARI1ER SHOP FOR
VjT shaving, hair cutting, shampooing, bath
ing, hair singeing. Ladles work done at the shop
or residence. Prices to suit the times. Opposite
the Opera House. FRANK SHIRLEY, pro
prietor. QOMMERC1AL HOTEL, COKNER CENTER
and Jellerson streets. Only house employing
itehelp throughout. HERKJCK & LUHRS,
proprietors.
FOR SALE-TWO FINE STEAM HOILERS.
One Is almost new, 11 Inches by 10 feet,
rated at 35 horse-power. The other Is In good
condition, 41 Inches by 12 feet, rated at 30 horse
power. As I have no further use for these
boilers, they lieing too small for my use, I offer
them for sale complete at a rare bargain. They
may be seen at the Phienlx Ice Works, east of
depot. PIERREPONT MINOR.
Prol't'HHioniil Ciii'ln.
B
AKER A CAMPHELL, ATTORNEYS AT
ijiw. umce; over .National Hank.
HF. ROHINSON. SURVEYOR AND
(draughtsman. All work done promptly,
correctly and neatly. Office with the. Arizona
Canal Co.
c
1LARK HOWARD.. ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in Porter Mock, I'lnenlx, A. T.
STOCKIIOI.DKItS' MKKTINW.
The regular annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Salt Kivkk Vallky Canal Company
will be held
MONDAY, AUG. 4, Ib'Ji), AT 2 O'CLOCK, P. M.,
At the office of the Company, In the Monition
Hillldlng, Phienlx, Arizona, to elect three (:!1,
Directors for the ensuing year, and for such
other business as may lawfully come before said
meeting. J. W. EVANS, President.
W. I). FULWILER, Secretary. KI-7S
Piio.nix, Aniz., July 15. ls'.si.
STOCK IIOMIKItS' MKKTIMi.
The regular annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers of the Mauicofa Canal Company will be
held
MONDAY, AUG. I, lie., AT 2 O'CLOCK, P. M.,
At the office of tho Company, in the Monition
Hulldlng, Phienlx, Arizona, to elect three (:n.
Directors for the ensuing year and for such
other business as may lawfully come liefore said
meeting. J. W. EVANS. President.
W. I). FULWILER, Secretary. W-7S
Piiiknix, Ariz., July 15, ltt'JO.
SPEED PROGRAMME
or tue
Arizona Industrial Exposition
ASSOCIATION,
For the Fair to he Held at Phoenix,
Arizona, October 14, 15, 1G
and 17, 1111(0.
TUESDAY, OCT. 14.
1. Running Stake. 2-year-olds, bred, raised and
owned in Arizona; Ji-mlle dash.
Entrance, Ik); added money, ?50.
2. Trotting. Stallion stake; mile heats, 3 In 5.
Entrance, ?25; added money, 1125.
3. Trotting. :l-in!mite stake; mile heats 3 In S.
Entrance, 125; added money, (75.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15.
4. Trotting. 2:10 stake; mile heats, 3 in 5; En
trance, $50; added money. 1200.
5. Running, 3-year-old stake; ?i-mile, 2 lu 3.
Entrance, $25; added money, 175.
0. Running. For all ages; one mile dash. En
trance, tj; uuueu uiuiie, ?i..
THURSDAY. OCT. 10.
7. Trotting and Pacing. 2:48 stake; mile heats'
3 In 5. Entrance, 125; added
money, 1100.
8. Trotting. 3-year old stakes; mile heats, 2 In
3. Entrance, ?25; added money, 171.
9. Running. For all ages; if-mlle dash. En
trance, 25; added money, f50.
10. Trotting. 2-year-old stake; mile hcuts,21u 3.
Entrance, $25; added money, fJO.
Distance waived.
FRIDAY, OCT. 17.
II. Running. Free for all; mile heats, 2 In 3-
Eutrance, 25; added money, tlU).
12. Trailing or Pacing. Free forall: mile heats,
3 In 5. Entrance, $50; added
money, $200.
13. Running. 2-year-olds; -mlle and repeat.
Entrance, $25; added money, $50.
CONDITIONS.
Trotting and pacing tn harness.
American Trotting Association rules iroveru
all races.
Nominations close September 1. 1890.
One-half of entrance must accompany nomi
nations; balance paid September 25.
Four or more entiles to till; three or more to
start.
Tho Hoard of Directors reserve the right to
hold entrance and start a race with a less num
ber or to declare races on when there are 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 anyraoe a horse, Is en
titled to Its own entrance fee and ofle-half nf
the entrance received from the other iald up
entries of said race, but no added money.
A horse winning a race is entitled to first
money only, except when distancing the Held
then to first and I hi hi money.
Stakes divided into three moneys, CO per cent,
to first, 30 to second and 10 to third, except in
frco-for-all trot, 2:40 classes and 2-year-old dash,
when third horse has entrance, 70 per cent, oi
balauce to first horse and 30 iier cent to second.
iiaces commence at l r. m. snarp eacn uay.
blanks for entries can be obtained from the
Secretary.
ine Directors reserve tne ngni to postpone
races on account of bad weather.
J. McMILUAN, Secretary.
TTJCSOX ArbVK
MAISON DORE.
OF TUCSON.
West side of Church Plaza; Finest Restaurant
South of San Francisco. '
PRIVATE DIMM ROOMS, STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
ALEX. ROSSI and JOE MICOTTI.
JOHN O. SMITH,
TUCSON, ARIZ.
Ofkrk; Care U. 8. Surveyor-General,
U. H. DMPUTY 8URVKYOU.
THE SANTA CRUZ VALLEY BANK.
OP TUCSON.
11. 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. Escrows received. County
and Municipal Bonds Negotiated. Drafts and
Telegraphic Transfers on New York, Chicago,
St. Ix)Uls, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Hills
of Exchange on all European points.
Large Fire Proof Vault at
the Service of Our Friends.
CORRESPONDENTS:
London, I'arlsand American Hank, San Francisco
Hanover National Hank, - New York
Bank of Commerce St. Louis
Union National Hank, .... Chicago
California Bank, - Los Angeles
M. P. FBKKMAN, - CnnUier.
ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE
COIIKVOHH .St., 'i'UKCOn.
LEMFS BEEE
Cordials,
Whiskies,
Wines,
Cigars,
I lot Drinks.
FINEST SALOON IN THE CITY,
A Hot Lunch Served Free Every Day.
JIMMIK HKOWN, Froiii'Ietor.
J. FRAiK & CO.,
TUCSON-, ARIZONA.
Wholesale Dealers in
DEY :-: GOODS.
Having
THE BEST CONNECTIONS EAST
GREAT INDUCEMENTS
-TO-
Wholesale :-: Buyers.
GIVE US A TKIAL
-J. J. BLACK,
JEWELER.
113 Coiiki'ohb St., TiiCHon, J.rlx.
DIAMONDS,
JKW.r.Y,
ELGIN,
WALTHAM,
SI'RINUFIFLD,
H0WAED :-: WATCHES.
Finest work done at short notice. Orders by
mall or express especially solicited.
SILVER :-: LAKE
THK MOST lCNCIIANTING SPOT
IN ARIZONA.
KINK BOATINO AND FISHING
2 Miles from Tucson 2
A Pleasant Drive on a Good Road.
The Only Road-House in the Territory
RTISKMKNTS.
THE LEXINGTON STABLES, AT TUCSON.
Finest equipages In the Territory
a HPrircN"Dir stablkh a
Orders may be bent In from the hotel at th dt'ixit
TUCSON
SAMPLING WOMS
CHARLES It. WORKS, Manager.
TUCSON, - ARIZONA.
Pnrchasersof (,'oppcr,Lead. Silver and Gold ores
Returns made as soon as the Ore is sampled and
Assayed.
Rates on Ores Can be Obtained on Application
In person or by mall, at the office of the
Works, Tuscon, Arlx.
ProfeHstlonal CtirilH.
Wm, H. BARNES,
JOHN H. MARTIN,
Wk. C. HOBSON,
Law Orricis, Tucson, Arizona
JOHN B. THOMAS,
Pacific Building,
Washington, I). C.
CI W. WRIGHT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
J, Pearson Block, Tucson, Arlsona.
PH(ENIX IRON WORKS,
G. R. WHIM, 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
FIHST OLSS
MEATS
Of A.11 Kinds
MOUNTAIN MEAT MARKET.
JOHN 0RTEIG, PROP.
T H K
National Bank of Arizona,
PIHENIX. ARIZONA.
M. W. KALES, President.
SOU LEWIS, Vice-President.
OEO. W. HOADLEV, Cashier.
Capital, Paid Up,
Surplus, - - -
S100.000
30,000
DIRECTORS.
M. W. Kales, J. V. T. Smith, Sou Lkwis
CHAKI.F.H Goldman, Geo. W. Hoadlky.
CORRESPONDENTS.
The Bank of California .San Francisco
Agency of Bank of California. ..... New York
The Farmers' and Merchants' Bank. Los Angeles.
The National Bank of Commerce . . .St. Louis
Consolidated National Hank Tucson
Bank of Anzona Prescott
N. M. Rothschilds & Sons London
IF YOU WANT
LETTER HEADS, NOTE HEADS,
BILL HEADS, ENVELOPES,
INVITATION CARDS,
VISITING CARDS,
RECEIPT BOOKS, ORDER BOOKS,
LEGAL BRIEFS, BOND BILLS,
DODGERS, POSTERS,
BUSINESS CARDS,
-If you want any kind ot-
LEGAL OR JOB PRINTING,
-CALL ON THE
Republican Job Office.

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