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TI-IE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, WEDNESDAY MOKNINO-, JTJX.Y 23, 189Q.
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Tht- Republican U'lleves In strictly one
rnce (or adertliiig, and accordingly It pub
lishes Us rates In (nil, and exactly a Hirjr are.
.pedal poiltinn ad 25 per rent, extra.
Preferred Locnlt 10 rents per line flrtt
msertion and 5 rents per line each subsequent
ll Contract and bills foradrertUlng paya
lJeimbllcau Territorial Convention.
lev accordance with a resolution pa,ed by the
Kvpubllcan Territorial Central Committee the
Krimbliran Territorial Convention will convene
.n 'he ( uy o( l'hivnlx, on the last TiicmIhj- In
luiiust the 26, at the hour of 10:30 o'clock a. in.
t.it ilu' purpoe of nominating one person for the
.thee of Delegate to Congress, one person for
the superintendent of Public Instruction, one
inTMiii for ( ounciliiuin at targe trom tho North-,-rn
District, composed of the Counties of Yavii
vai pache, Mohatc. Yuma and Maricopa, and
.me iwr-on for Councilman at Large from the
iiutnern District, composed of l'ima, Cochise,
..wham. Olla and Pinal Counties. The Repub
licans of the various counties are therefore in
Mied to select delegates to the said Convention
,i sui-h manner as- shall seem to them just and
appropriate and the delegates shall tie appor
tioned among the various counties as per resolu
i.uii of the Central Committee tU one delegate
fur ever) fifty votes cast for the Legislative
ii. let and one for a fraction of fifty over
unit) the votes cast for same ticket. In the
election of November G,lvsS. The repreenta
ti.in of the various counties will boas follows:
Vpai-he 7 Maricopa. . 19
i M ti'se Is Pima If.
..-aham 7 Pinal. . S
,uh 5 uma 4
,1 ,hau- 5 Yaapal. .. . 25
i) ruling of the Chairman of the Territorial
immittee and by precedent it is understood
ml proxies to the convention will only lie held
uiiMiitiers of the convention from the same
.luiuies as the proxies.
The Itepubllcans of Arizona confidently enter
upon the campaign at hand asking of Congress
and the dmlnistratlon at Washington admis
sion to the I'ulon of .States and the full privi
lege of citizenship to all within the borders of
the present Territory, believing that our wealth,
numbers, intelligence and rights as citizens of
the I'lilted Mates entitles us to such consldera
ii.ui and privilege All citizens of the Territory
who twlteve In the pure principles of Repub
licanism and In the complete and full enjoy
ment of citizenship for every citizen of Arizona
are cordially invited to join the iarty in an
earnest attempt to gain a Republican success at
the fall elections which will Insure to tho peo
ple of UizoiiH all the rights and privileges as
niizens to which they are entitled.
Chairman Kep. Cent. Coin.
X V MoumuD.
ec y Kep. Unit. Com.
(Sl'IDK AND POINTER.
I'XITED STATE MAIL.
rr1ial and departure of the United States
Mail ai l'lui'iilx, Arizona-
From the Kat and the West, via the Maricopa
and l'h.entx Hallroad Arrives dally at 2 V. M.;
closes. r M
Present!, tia Vulture, Wlclenburg, etc. Ar
rues at or M , Wednesday, Friday and Sunday:
.lii.es at s W a. M., Monday, Wednesday and
McDowell-Arrives at 3 F. M. dally, except Sun
da) cloes at s A. M. dally, except, Sunday.
ltueleje-Arrives at 9 P. M. Monday; closes at
v i M Wednesday.
WELLS FARGOOA C.
Rates on early fruits, melons, and vegetables,
per I0U pounus irom i-nrriux.
an Francisco l.V) Clifton. W.75
Nieramento Xl Seir, N. M. 3.UI
toclst.in . 3.V) (iage, N. M. .. 3.00
uakland 3.50 Demlng 3.00
.an Jomi . 3.V) Albuiiuenuie. . 1..V1
Fresno V) Flagstaff, A. T 0.21
I. .s Angeles 3. VI Olla llend 1.25
dn Illego 4(l Y'uma. 3.00
Maricopa . 50 Ogden.Utah 0.25
aviiirande l.Ui . lA'advllle, Colo 7.25
Kiorence !.) Denver .. . COO
lie.) KiM'k . 1.50 1 Pueblo . . . COO
Tucson 1.7i Kaunas City. . .. 6.73
Pmitanto 2.25 St. I)llls, Mo . 7..'fl
Heiison 2.V) El l'aso, Texas. 3.00
FairLank WD Eagle l'ass, lex Ui
Tombstone I (') San Antonio 5..V)
lluachuea 3.(0 (ialvestou. C.5U
I rttteuden S.2." Houston C.(X)
Wilcox 3.25 Dallas 5.75
Nugales . . 3.25 Austin . . COO
Home 3.(0 Ijiredo . CIO
-an-iinon 3(l Chicago .. 7.75
Vein's l'ass 3 ) Cincinnati . . 9.00
l.ordsbuu . . 3.(x) llullalo, N. V . 9.00
silver ( ity 3.50 ' New York City .9.00
Iiunian, AT 3.50 1 lloston 10.00
U. W.OItEESI.KAF, Agent.
School Illstrlet Troubles.
A iiuiuKt of residents of School Dis
trict No. 24, nt Buckeye, Mure in the
city yesterday nrpiiii"; tiro nnd con on
the pruKsition of dividing; the district.
The Supervisors fimtlly not the gist of
tin trouble, in that onu faction had
iiiiod the hcliool liotiec to one end of
the district, in their own ncighliorhood.
The county fathers therefore gave the
"age decision that unless the school
should at once be returned to it old lo
cation the petition asking for a separa
tion would bo granted.
Tim District Court.
Judge Kibbey yesterday granted a
decree of divorce in tho caso of Brown
The witter suit of Wonnser vs. Salt
Hiver Canal was then taken uji. On the
"hie of the defence wan examined Jacob
itarr, Darrel Dutipa, John Lutgerding,
rrank Shaw. J. W. Osliorn and William
I lie case w ill be resumed at 7 a. in. to
d.t THE MARKETS.
New Vorls .Stuck .Market.
New York, July 22. The stock market Unlay
fairly broke Its record for dullness, while lack
of Interest In dealings and sinalluessof lliictua
tluns bae iieterlieen surpassed. The market
closed firm at slightly better than opening
1'etroleiim oK.-iied strong, with spot at UOVJo
a'"l ugiist viijc. The liuirket then tie
' lined, tine dull anil remained so until the
tiilcai-ii Llif Stock .Market.
illi Aim. J,,) 2iCama receipts, 8..V0
The market was weak, with beeves at II 5(
i.'".tc',:rVl VIM; stockers and feeders,
- -'41 i), Texas cattle, ?1 W$a W.
Chlcagii Wheat .Market.
ill. ago. July 22. -Wheat opened today
.', higher ruled easy, receded "Jojijc,
hit w .'''' ttlc1"' "'iTanclng kc and closing Mb
HfKVP A.'1J SIIO10 MAKKU.
ViH KlSK-Vt'1' KIl LADIES' HIIOIM, HANI)
t ail ii?-.e,,l r,,.m i"7 Men's ltest French
from iH'1.,!'''d;ewcd,frorn ii to 12; lagged,
inkiiid. !i ? K18"-tcJd. Hepalrlng ol
I-..-Ue,cou",houysea.n'1 '-'f'-oone. ' Shop op.
LOTTERY OF JUAREZ
Under tho management of tho
Mexican International Itiiukiiif? Co.,
Incorporated by the State of Chihuahua, Mex.,
FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
Will take place in public nt the City of Juarez,
(formerly l'aso del Norte), Mexico.
WEDNESDAY, JULY '2:5, 181)0
Under the personal supervision of General John
S. Mosby and Mr. Cauillo Arguelles, the former
a gentleman of such prominence In the United
States that his presence alone Is sufilclent guar
antee to the public that the drawings will be
held with strict honesty and fairness to all, nud
the latter, (the supenlsor of tho Mexican Gov
ernment), Is of equal standing aud Integrity.
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OXLV 60,000 TICKEMLY 60,000 TICKETS
Whole tickets l; 'i tickets ; tickets 1.
IjIST OH' I'RlZIiW:
1 prize of lrti.000 is joo.uoo
1 prize of lo.uio is lo.nio
1 prize of 5,000 is 5,000
3 prizes of 1,010 each, are .. 3,(s)
10irlzesuf 2is) each, are 2,000
60 prizes of loo each, are 5,(M
100 prizes of 50 each, are .'MUM
200 prizes of SO each, are . ... 7,500
loo prizes of V) each, are fijxw
HO prizes of M each, are . 3,ikio
100 prizes of 25 each, arc . . 2.500
509 terminals to f(W,(l prize, 120 each, are f 11,'Jsi
599 terminals to 10,OUO prize, flOeach, are o.vsi
1,911 prize", amounting to . .. 1125,970
We, the undersigned, hereby certify that the
llatico Nacional of Mexico, In Chihuahua has
on deposit from the Mexican International
Hanking Company the necessary funds to guar
antee the payment of all the prizes drawn In
the Grand Ixittery of Juarez
We further certify that wo will suiiervlse all
the arrangements, and In person manage and
control all tho drawings of this I.ottery, and
that the same are conducted w 1th honesty fair
ness, and In good faith toward ull parties.
Jons S. MoBY, Commissioner
Camilo Aiiuuelles, Supervisor for the Gov't.
If any ticket drawing a prize Is sent to the
undersigned, Its face value will be collected and
remitted to thenw tier thereof free of charge.
KlMi.tK 11. ltKoNso.N, :i l'aso, Tex.
President El l'aso National Hank.
For Club rates or any other Information write
to the undersigned, stating jour address cleiirl)
with State, County, Street aud number Mure
rapid mall delivery will be assured by your en
closing an envelope bearing your full address.
' Mexican imeunational IIankino Co.
City of Juarez. Mexico
r otic K. 1
Send remittances for tickets bj ordinary letter '
containing Money Order issued liv all Express
Companies, New York Exchange, flank Draft or
Postal Note. Address all registered letters to
Mexican International Iu.skim. Co '
City of Juarez. Mexico
"SANTA Fli ROUTE."
Excellent Tram Service.
Tho present schedule of train service
on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe,
from El Pa'-o and Doming, is nn excel
A fast express connecting with the
Southern l'acillc leaves El l'aso and
Doming, early each afternoon, making
the run to Hincon, 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 l'tillman
palace sleepers from El l'aso to Kansas
City, and I)s Angeles, to Chicago, with
Pullman tourist sleepers, xs Angeles
to Kansas City, making direct connec
tion at La Junta, for Pueblo, Colorado
Springs and Denver. And at Burton, for
St. lxjuia via "the Frisco line," which
is now a part of the Santa Fo system,
an additional Pullman sleeper is at
tached at I.as Vegas, running through
without change to Denver via Trinidad
and La Junta.
"The Santa Fe route" aims by its fast
time, fine equipment and reasonable
rates to merit the patronage of the trav
eling public. For further information
address C. II. Morehouse, I). F. t P. A.,
El l'aso, Texas.
THE MOST DELIGHTFUL SUMMER SEASIDE KESOUT.
With its agreeablo marine atmosphere is the natural change for
Arizonans to take during the summer months, and every one can
afford to visit it for Health, Rest or Pleasure. It is in the
most charming marine elimate in the world, and has
Tho Largest aiic! jSiost
Whero you have the most perfect service, at the lowest rates.
Coronado, with its stirioniulings, is tho ideal summer seaside resort,
with an atmosphere ever soothing and restful, lieing constantly
fanned by breezes from the ocean. Outdoor and indoor
Amusements in Every Variety
:TIie I-Iotel Del Corona do-
Is unrivalled anywhere for the display of rellned taste, and the
elegance of its appointments, catefttl management, and the
amount of physical comfort it furnishes its guests.
COKONAhO NATURAL MINERAL WATER
Has many points of excellence. Reing perfectly pure, it is one of
nature's lx;st tonics to the system. It is a specific in bladder and
kidney troubles, and immediately relieves gout and rheumatism.
RATES FOR THE SUMMER SEASON
WILL RE MADE
Ranging as low as $2 per day
3 er day and upward, according
E. S. .Babcoclc, Jr.,
Hotel Del Coronado, Coronado,
Redondo Beach, Cal.
This new and magnificent hotel was opened to
the public May 1st. It Is the most thoroughly
euulppod uiid best furnished home oil the l'a
clfle Coast. Two hundred and seventy-live
royins, replete with etery convenience: lire
place, hot and cold water, Incandescent llriits,
electric cull and return sj stem. Standing In Hie
center of a twenty-two acre tract, under high
cultivation', two hundred feet back from the
ocean bltill'. Arollghtu on the grounds. Finest
surf buttling In America. Tho house has a tine
Otis elevator und by far the handsomest music
and dancing hall In California. Tho dining
room Is a perfect gem of artistic perfection, su
perbly furnished and so arranged that every
seat commands a view of the ocean. There Is a
gallery at 0110 end, where a flue band plays for
the evening dances ; also playing on the veranda
In the morning, lu tho music and dancing room
at night. Morning germaus'w ill bo a feature of
the house. The cuisine will also be a promi
nent factor. Tho house und surroundings are
simply perfection new, sweet and clean and
must be seen to oo appreciated. The Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe runs six trains dally from
Los Angeles. The company own their own rail
road, running to Los Angeles, connecting with
the Grand Avenue cable system, running twehe
finely-equipped trains dally each way, lauding
passengers right back of the hotel. There Is a
pier, w hero boats from San Francisco, San Diego
and other points make regular landings. Steam
and sailing ) adits can be had. Tho fishing Is
the finest 011 the coast. There la a bluff and In
terior drhc, commanding 11 fine view of the
ocean, San Gabriel valley, Wilson's Peak, Old
llaldy, Sierra Madro range of mountains. Terms
same as other first-class houses. Special rates
for permiMients and families. All letters address
to the manager.
K. W. ROOT, Manager.
Maricopa and Iknix Railroad.
LKsVK. S " C AHIIIVK.
Pas'eiig'r U S" I'as'eng'r
Jt Frelg't 1 STATIONS. v. il Freig't
A. M. 3 3 r. M.
4 (i . l'hwnlx 31 1:10
J:i 7 ...Tempe. . 27 J
510 1G ..Kyrene 18 11 Ala. in.
5:10 27 . .'sacatoii . 7 llr25a.m.
6115 31 Maricopa.. . . 11:00a.m.
Trains stop on signal.
Trains make close connection with Southern
Pacific trains Connect at Tempe with stages
for.MesaClty, Jonesvllle and hurt McDowell.
At l'luenlx with stages for l'rescott, Glllett,
Wickcnburg and Vulture
I S MASTEN. Vlce-I'rcs, and Manager.
Cannot Cause Stricture. Painless to Use.
Pri:o,$1.00. Sold If all Dragglsts. Sent la
plain package ws Bufcber Syringe :r 51.50
FoitSil.Kby l)n O II Keefek, Plucnlx, A.T.
R. G. ANDRE
Saddle and Harness Maker.
I am better equipped tor doing the finest class
of Saddlery and Harness work than any other
house In theTeiritory, and I can defy competi
tion In IkiUi iUallty and price. 1 call esjieclal
attention to my heavy Harness and Stock Sad
dles, both of which I guarantee as superior to
an thing sold elsewhere In the Territory.
R. II. OKEENE. L. J. WOOD,
GREENE 5 WOOD,
Abstracts, Loans s Insurance
Phofiilx, - - Arizona.
AI1STKACTS OF TITLE-HAVING THE
most complete set of Abstract Hooks In
Maricopa County, we can furnish abstracts of
Ranch, City, Mine or Canal property on short
notice and reasonable terms.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance written In
the bet companies doing business on the Pacific
coast. GHEEN'E A WOOD,
by the month. Transients,
to room. For full information,
San Diego County,
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