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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX. THURSDAY MORNING' JULY 2d, 1890.
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Entered at the postolllce as matter of the
Melons are plentiful, cheap ami
Talk about "sun-kissed vnles," what's
the matter with this?
Tiikke would bo millions in cold
storage sleeping rooms.
People just oir the desert say that tho
miinmer weather has begun.
Now is tho old Hnssayaniper happy,
sweltering and telling lies about '55.
The indications now are that tho Val
ley will have plenty of railroads in tho
Everybody wants n house-numbering
ordinance. This is a fact the Council
should not forget;
An energetic and livo commission
house, with ample capital, would bo a
boon to Phtenix.
Icemen aro happy, because thoy get
druggists' prices. Thoy are allopaths in
practice, small do.es.
The rheumatism that isn't cured by a
summer's residence in Phiunix will find
no relief from thermal springs.
Ciiioaoo wants to put a muzzle on
the oillcers of the State Board of Agri
culture of Illinois. They talk too much.
Up to now, the racing in tho East has
leen confined almost wholly to runners.
The trotters and pacers aro having an
People who think it is hot in Arizona
should go up into Kansas or the San
Joaquin Valley in California and ex
perience real hot weather.
Government officials estimate that for
tho next twenty years Alaska will pay
into the Government coHers $3,000,000 a
year. Alaska cost us $7,000,000. Good
The appropriation for the "civilizing of
the Sioux Indians" is money wasted.
Tho Sioux is a murderous, treacherous
brute and the ways of civilization aro
not for him.
The Czar is somewhat of a landowner
himself. Ho is credited with 50,000,000
itcreri, a domain alout the size of
France. No wonder the Nihilists de
mand a division.
Eveiiy Republican who will le en
titled to voto at tho next general elec
tion should not pontpono registering.
Unless your name appears on the great
register you cannot vote.
Emimhii bluster has composed itself
somewhat and tho British lion doesn't
bristle his mane in this direction as
much as it did a few weeks ago. Uncle
Sam still asserts his rights in Retiring
The (iro department of Phtenix is a
credit to tho corjsorution and should be
admired by the flro underwriters. No
city In tho West affords safer tiro risks
than Phojnix. Tho rates should come
The Herald says that to discuss tho
Republican call is to raiso "a tempest
in a teapot," since the call doesn't
amount to anything, anyway. Boing
on record to that effect, that ends all
Tiik total cost of railroads in tho
United States is represented on tho
books of tho various companies at
$lt,000,000,000. How much of this is
watered and padded, no statistician will
ever be able to tell us.
The Herald doesn't like our premium
dictionary, but one wouldn't judgo by
reading its columns, that tho Herald
gang ever had any close acquaintance"
with tho dictionary. They will certainly
never pass as experts in lexicography.
Thanks to tho efforts of Governor
Wolf ley and the energy and legal fights
made by Attorney-General Churchill,
matters political havo been about
straightened up in Arizona. Hence the
Democratic hatred of these two officials.
Ah a result of tho workings of tho
silver bill, Mexican dollars aro rapidly
appreciating in value. At Nogalcs thoy
are now taken at eighty-eight cents,
with every indication of a further rise.
They havo been down as low as seventy
Nevek before have such dreadful
disasters, murders and fires occurred in
a single month as those which havo
mode July . noticeable. Cyclones,
murders, suicides, cloudbursts and fatal
lightning bolts havo rolled up a long list
Nevada is not much of an agricultural
State, but what she has she is proud of.
Potatoes she has and to spare, and it is
no six to one that some of them will not
bo shipped into this valley for local con
nuinption. Despite our vast agricultural
resources we aro importing potatoes and
beans, to our everlasting discredit,
THE BANKERS DON'T LIKE IT.
Banker Henderson informed the
Gazette that the "Funding" bill was one
of the most gigantic frauds 'that was
ever ottered for public approval and if it
was allowed to bo carried into effect
would result in a great loss to tho
people. Tho saino bunker Henderson
said "that but for tho 'Funding' bill
he would have started a bank in Phtenix
and another in Prescott, but us tho
'funding' places the Territory on a cash
basis, there will bo no more warrants to
buy, as that is the only business in tho
Territory that was safe to bank on."
Old Dave is no fool. What is bad for
his banking business is good for tho
peoplo ; do you seo ? There is an assessed
valuation in tho Territory of about $:0,
000.000, at an average tax of IS per cent,
including Territorial, County, etc.,
amounting to $000,000, almost all of
which has heretofore boon first paid out
in warrants on this $000,000. Old Dave
and his brother bankers have collected
tho interest and in many counties a
large discount, but the 10 per cent in
terest alono amounts to $00,000 a year,
and tho warrants will as an average
run fully a year. Is there any wonder
old Davo kicks, for what ho and his
brother bankers make tho people loso by
tho increase of taxes or even more di
rectly by the discount at which they
have in many counties to sell. Almost
any paper will show you tho advertise
ments of tho different bankest) offering to
buy the county or other warrants. Cer
tainly banker Henderson condemns the
"Funding" bill, but it is a law all the
same, and will very soon be in active
If there is any one thing that tho peo
plo will not kick about, it is a reduction
of taxes, and this law reduces tho inter
est, and thus reduces tho taxes.
The Herald, which doesn't tako
kindly to a show-down as to circulation,
now intimates that our reporter, Mr.
McClintock, has misrepresented some
one. Will the Herald say whom ho has
misrepresented specifically, so that wo
may show that it dishonestly accuses a
good man. By tho way, why should
Mr. McClintock be alluded to as n
"tool" Ho is a regularly employed
reporter on this journel, at a fair living
salary. Why is ho a "tool" any more
than a lxokkeeper in a bank, it clerk in
a store or any other employe making an
honest living is a "tool." Is Mr. Jobs,
who does the reportorinl work
for tho Herald, a "tool?" If
ho is, then all the brains in that shop
have run into the "tool." We cannot
Help out leel sorrv lor a soul so
small, that in its impotent rage, will
pounce upon one who cannot defend
himself. Mr. Morford ought to feel
ashamed of himself for such an exposi
tion of petty jealousy.
Two yeahs ago tho Republicans
elected their entire count v ticket in San
Diego, save tho candidate for Sheriff,
James Russell. The Democratic candi
date was declared elected by a very
small majority, and a contest ensued,
which is still in progress, being on its
second trial now, during tho progress of
which, on Tuesday, considerable of a
sensation was raised. After the first
trial, the ballots, poll lists and other
election paraphernalia were locked up
in a chest in the custody of the County
Clerk. During the recount of votes
on Tuesday, tho poll lists of three
wards of the city were discovered
to Ik! missing and noliody appeared to
know where they had gone. No one is
responsible, of course, but it looks
"crooked" and is only on a par with
many things dono in connection with
this trial from the beginning. Some
body monkeyed with the returns and
the monkeying has never ceased.
Ouk brethren of the South will have
to let Republican votes or cease rep
resenting them in Congress. This thing
of n Northern Congressman representing
five people for every two represented by
a Southern Congressman must stop. The
Now North and West will not have
it any longer, and they happen to
bo in the majority, and aren't a bit
alarmed about commercial or physical
secession. Traitors are not in posses
sion of tho War and Navy Departments
now, nor of the forts and military posts
of tho country. Tho heresy of secession
has been buried and it will be an evil
day for the South should it attempt to
All right minded men will agree with
the Tombstone Kjiitaph in tho follow
ing: "In its desire to injure Commis
sioner Black and ridicule the Governor,
tho Phtenix Gazette has transgressed
tho rules of decent journalism. Any
man who will make war on a 'woman is
not a fit person to control the columns
of a newspaper." A man who can find
it in his heart to attempt, even by inn-
endo, to besmirch a good and an honest
woman is beneath the contempt of oven
the lowliest harlot and should bo
shunned of men.
The wholo community sympathizes
with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Campbell in
tho loss of their leautiftil and beloved
child. To them in this hour of their great
bereavement there can Iks no human con
solation, though their friends and ac
quaintances are towed in sorrow with
them. "Ho that gave has taken away,"
ttnd their consolation will be found in
that fact. She has simply gono before
to await tho Celestial reunion, where
parting comes novermoro.
Through two of Colorado's wierd and
toautiful mountain gorges wild torrents
swept on Tuesday, carrying out tho
rails laid at great risk and expense and
in that of Clear Creek carrying away
two iron bridges of the Colorado Cen
tral Railroad, houses and everything
elso that lay in tho path of its progress,
until tho open plain at Golden, tho cap
ital of Jefferson county, was reached.
The South is actually nrcnarinc to
hold another Secession Convention. To
be sure, they aro going to sugar-coat it
this time, and hold a Convention of del
egates from commercial todies. The
politicians will, however, "mill the
strings," and it will to a secession
movement, lust the same. One would
think that tho South had had enough
Approving, With Amendments, the Fund:
hilt Act of Arizonu.
Ho It enacted by tho Senate and House of Re
presentatives of the United States of America In
Congress assembled, thul the uet of tho revised
statutes of Arizona of 1&S7, known us "Title
XXXI Vniullntt," Iks unil 1 hereby, amended
so as to read us follows, and that as amended
tho Nimo Is hereby approved and continued,
subject to future Territorial legislation: "Title
XXXI- Funding and loan. Chapter one. Ter
ritorial, county, municipal and school district
Par. Wit). (Sec. 1.) For the purpose of llnuldat
liiK and providing for the payment of the out
standing and existing Indebtedness of the Ter
ritory of Arizona and such future Indebtedness
as may lo or Is now authorized by law, tho Gov
crnorof tho said Territory, together with the
Territorial auditor and Territorial secretary, and
their successors In olllcc, shall constitute a
board of commissioners, to be styled tho loan
commissioners of thoTerrltory of Arizona, and
shall have and exercise the powers and perforin
tho duties hereinafter provided.
"Par. 2010. (Sec. 2.) It shall lie, und Is hereby,
declared tho duty of the loan commissioners to
provide for tho payment of thu existing Territo
rial Indebtedness due, and to become duc.or that
Is now, or may lie hereafter, authorized by law.
and for the purpose of paying, redeeming ami
refunding all or any part of the principal and
lntctet, or cither of the oxlstlug and subsisting
Territorial legal indebtedness, and also that
which may at any time becomo due.or Is now.or
may be hereafter, authorized bylaw, the said
commissioners shall, from time to time, Issue
negotiable coupon bonds of this Territory when
the sauio can lie done at a lower rate of Interest
and to the profit and benefit of the Territory.
Pah. 2011. (See. 3.) Bald bonds shall bo Issued
as near as practicable In denominations ot one
thousand dollars.but bonds of a lower denomina
tion, not less than two hundred and fifty dol
lars, may bo Issued when necessary. Said
bonds shall liear interest at a rate to lie fixed by
bald loan commissioners, but In no case to ex
ceed live per centum per annum, which Interest
shall lie paid In gold coin or Its equivalent in
lawful mono; of the United States, on the fif
teenth day of January In each year, at the ofllce
of the Territorial treasurer, or at such bank In
the city of Sew York, In the Btato ot New York,
or In tho city of San Francisco, In the state of
California, or such place as may be des
ignated by said loan commissioners, at
tho option of the purchaser of said bonds, the
place of payment lielng mentioned In said
bonds. The principal of said bonds shall bo
made payable In lawful money of the United
States, tllty years after tho date of their Issue.
Said Territory reserves the right to redeem at
par any of said bonds, In their numerical order,
at any time after twenty years after the date
"They shall bear the date of their Issue, state"
wnen, wnere, anu iu wiMHii im.jhuiv, . , .,,
tercst, and when and where payable, and shall
be signed by said loan commissioners, and bIibII
have the seal of the Territory atllxed thereto,
and countersigned by the Territorial treasurer
and bear his olllelal seal, and shall lie registered
by the Territorial auditor In a book to w kept
by him for tho purpose, which shall state
amount told for, or, If exchanged, for what, and
the faith and credit of the Territory Is hereby
pledged for the payment of said bonds ami the
Interest accruing thereon, as herein provided.
"1'ak. 20li (Sec. I.) CoiiK)iis for the
Interest shall be attached to each
bond, so that they may be removed without
Injury or of mutilation bow). They shall
bu consecutively numbered and bear the same
number of the bond to which they are attache"),
und shall be signed by flic Territorial treasurer.
"The said coupon shall cover the Interest ex
pressed In said bond lrom the date of lssuo until
paid; but In no case shall bonds bear Interest,
nor shall uny Interest be paid thereon for any
time before their delivery to tho purchaser, a
f lierlnafter provided.
"1'AK. 20U. IDCC. 0-) MllClieicr WIC mm "J""
iAiiwnU.fninm nmv 1h authorized bv law to
lssuo bondi, or shall have decided to refund or
redeem an or any pan oi me existing iiww
ncss of this Territory, they shall direct the Ter
ritorial treasurer to advertise for a salo of the
bonds to bo issued for that purine, by causing
ii notice of such salo to be published lor
period of one month In some dally newsjiapcr
published at the capital of the Territory, und
at least one Insertion In a newspaier
published in the city of New ork, 111 tno mate
of New York, and In the city of San Francisco,
1,. 11, .. Ktnin .it Rnllfnmla: such notice shall
specify the amount of bonds to be sold, the
place, day and hour of sale, and that bids will
bo received by said treasurer for the purchase of
said lionds within one mount irom 1110 ex pint
tini nt Mild iinbllcatlou: and at the Place, and
time named In said notice tho said treasurer
and loan commissioners shall open all bids re
cehed by him and shall award the purchase of
said bonds, or any part thereof, to the bidder or
bidders thercior mouing me lowest raiu 01 in
terest: Provided, That said loan commission
ers shall have the right to reject any and all
bid: And provided further, That tbey may
n.diu. 1,1 mule unv award unless sutflclent
security shall bo furnished by the bidder or
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uiuuers lor tnu coiuimuuiu uutj tuu .v., ..a u
their bids. . .....
"PA It. 2011. (Sec. C.) When the saleof said bonds
shall oe awarded by tho loan commissioners
they shull provide ami procure the necessary
bonds as In this act provided, and any exiense
Incurred by them therefor, for the publication
of said notices, cost of remitting funds for the
pavinent of Interest or money 011 said bonds,
anil all other necessary Incidental expenses un
der tho provisions of this act shall lie paid out
of the general fund of mid Territory! "Ihjii the
order of the Territorial auditor, countersigned
by tho Governor; and a sum of money sulllcient
to coter said costs and expenses Is hereby ap
propriated out of said fund. ...
"They shall, from time to time, after signing
said bonds, deliver them to the Territorial
treasurer, taking his receipt therefor, and
charge him therewith. The said treasurer shall
give to the Territory of Arizona un additional
olllelal bond, with two or more snretles, In
a sum equal to the amount of lionds de
livered to him by the suld loan eommlsnoners,
which bond shaft lie approved by the Governor
and dejioslted and filed with the Bccrctary of
the Territory, und recorded by him In a book to
lie kept for that purpose. And the saldTreusurer
shall stand charged uion his olllelal bond for
the faithful performance of the duties required
of him under tills act.
"Par. 2015. (Sec. 7.) Tho Territorial Treasurer
shall sell said bonds for cash, or exchange them
for any of the Indebtedness for the redemption
of w hlch they were so lssued.but In nocasc shall
said lionds be Mild or exchanged for less than
their face or par value and the accrued Interest
at the time of disposal, nor must any Indebted
ness lie redeemed at more than Its face value
and any Interest that may bo due thereon.
"That said Treasurer shall Indorse, by writing
or stamping In Ink on the face of the tuipcr.evl
denelng the Indebtedness received by him In
exchange for said Iwnds, the time when and tho
amount for which exchanged. ...
"I'Ait. 20IG, (Sec, 8.) Moneys received by said
Treasurer shall bo applied by him to the re
demption of the Indebtedness, for the redemp
tion of which bonds were Issued, and the Treas
urer shall give notice, us Is provided by law in
case of payment and redemption of Territorial
warrants, of his readiness to redeem such In
debtedness, and thereafter Interest on all such
iii!i.iioi!ni-s due and outstanding shall cease.
"Before any such Indebtedness shall be lmtd
the Territorial Auditor shall Indorse on each
certificate the amount due thereon, ami slum
write across the taco 01 eucn tno iate 01 its sur
render and tho name of the person surrender
ing, and shall keep proper record thereof.
"I'ab. 2017. (Sec. 9.) There shall be levied an
nually, upon tho taxable property in this Terri
tory, and in addition to tho levy for other au
thorized taxes, a sufllcicnt sum to pay the Inter
est on all bonds IbsuciI and dlsjiosedof In pur
suance of the provisions of this act, to bo placed
In thn Territorial Lreasurv. In the fund to be
known as tho 'Interest fund.' And lifty years
after sucn ixmiis snau nave ueen issucusucii ad
ditional amount shall lie levied annually as will
unv tnn tier cent. 01 urn total amount issucu un
til all the bonds Issued under the provisions of
this act are paid anu uiscnargeu; notning Here
in contained shall lie construed to prevent the
legislature 01 Arizona irom creating a smiting
fund during the life of said bonds for their ro-
fljMnntlnii nt maturity.
"The Territorial Hoard of Equalization, or, on'
their failure, the Territorial Auuitor, snau de
termine the rate of tax to be levied In the dif
ferent counties in the lerrttory to carry out tho
provisions of this act, und shall certify the
same to tho 'Hoard of Supervisors' in
each county and to the municipal or
school authorities ;anu tho said board 01 supervi
sors, or authorities, are hereby directed and re
quired to enter such rate on 'their assessment
ndls. In the same manner and with tho same
effect as Is provided by law In relation toother
territorial, county, municipal ami scnooi taxes.
Every tax levied under the provisions of author
ity of this act Is hereby made a Hen against the
property assessed, which lien shall attach on
the first Monday !lu March In each vcar. and
shall not be satisfied or removed until such tax
has been paid.
"All monevs derived from taxes authorized
bv the provisions of this net shull lie paid into
tho Territorial treasury and shall be applied
"first. 10 tno payment 01 tno interest on tho
bonds Issued hereunder.
"Second. To tho payment of the principal of
such houdsv Provided, That all moneys re
maining In tho Interest fund after tho payment
of tho interest, and all moneys remaining In
tho 'redemption fund' utter all said bonds shall
have paid and discharged shall be transferred
by the Territorial Treasurer to the Territorial
"Pau. 20K (Sec. 10.) Whcnevcr.aftortho expi
ration of the fifty years from tho date of Issu
ance of any bonus under this act, there remains
after tho payment of tho Interest as provided In
the preceding section, a surplus of ten thousand
dollars or more, It shall be the duty of tho Ter
ritorial Treasurer to advertise, as In tho manner
of advertising by the loan commissioners for
bids for sale of bonds, which advertisement
shall stato the amount of money In the 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 bonds so numbered In
such advertisements shall not be presented for
payment and cancellation at tho expiration of
such publication, then such fund shall remain
In the treasury to discharge such bonds when.
ever presented, but they shall draw no Interest
after tho expiration of such publication. Ho
foro any such bonds shall lie paid they shall lie
presented to tho Territorial Auditor, who shall
endorse on each bond tho amount duo thereon,
and shall wrlto ucross the face of each bond the
date of Its surrender and and tho name of the
person surrendering. The Territorial Auditor
shall keep a record of all bonds Issued and dis
posed of by the Territorial Treasurer, showing
their number, rate ot interest, date and amount
of salo, when, where and to whom payable, and
If exchanged, for what and when presented for
redemption, the date, amount due thereon and
"The Hoards of Supervisors of the counties, the
municipal and school authorities are hereby
authorized and directed to report to the loan
commissioners ot the Territory tneir uomieo.
and outstanding Indebtedness and said loan com
mlssloucrs may, on written demand, require an
olllelal reKirt from tho lioard of suiiervlsors of
counties, the municipal or schoM authorities,
of their liondcd and outstandlr" iidebtedness,
and said loan commissioners . r provide for
the redeeming or refunding of tho county, mun
icipal, und school district indebtedness, upon tho
olllelal demand of said authorities, In the same
manner as other Territorial Indebtedness, and
they shall Issue bonds for any Indebtedness now
ullowed.or that may bo hereafterallowcd.by law
to said county, municipality, or school district,
upon olllelal demand by wild authorities; tho
county, municipality, or school district to pay
Into the Territorial treasury, In addition to all
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, to bo levied for the payment of
tho principal of the liouds 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.
"Fab. 2019. (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, tho words 'redeemed and can
celed,' with the date of cancellation, lie shall
keep a full and particular account and record of
all his proceedings tinder the act, and of the
bonds redeemed and surrendered, and he shall
transmit to the Governor an abstract of all his
proceedings under this act with his annual re
port to be, by the Governor, laid before the leg
islature at Its meeting. All books and papers
pertaining to tho matter provided in this act
shall at all times lie open to the inspection of the
party Interested, or the Governor, or a com
mittee of cither brunch of the legislature, or a
Joint committee of both.
"1'ak. ano. (Sec. 12.) It shall be the duty of
tho Territorial treasurer to pay tho Interest on
said bonds when the same falls due out of said
Interest fund, If fcutlicieiit; and If said fund be
not sufllcicnt, then to pay the deficiency out of
thegeneral fund: Provided, That the Territorial
auditor shall first draw his warrant on the Ter
ritorial treasurer, payable to the order of said
treasurer, for the amount of such deficiency
out of the general fund.
"Par. 'JOol, (Sec. 13.) It shall lie the duty of
said loan commissioners to make a full report
of all their proceedings had under the
provisions of this act to the Governor on or
before tho first day of January of each year, ami
said reports shall be transmitted by the Govern
to the Territorial legislative assembly.
"I'ab. 2052. (Sec. II.) No bond Issued tinder the
provisions of this act shall be taxed within this
Sue. 15. That nothing in this act shall be con
strued to authorize any future Increase
of any Indebtedness In excess of the limit
prescrflied by tho "Harrison act." Provided,
however, That the present existing and
outstanding Indebtedness, together with
such warrants as may be Issued for the
necessary and current expenses of car
rying on Territorial, county, municipal, und
school government for the year ending Decem
ber 31, l.v.HJ, may also be lunded und bonds Is
sued for the redemption thereof; and thereafter
no warrants, certlllcates, or other evidences of
Indebtedness shall lie allowed to Issue or lie
legal where the same Is In excess of the limit
prescribed by tho "Harrison act."
That all acts'or parts of acts in conlllct with
this act are hereby repealed.
ArrnovKD, Juno 2j, lSW.
FOH FURNISHINO SUNDRY SUPPLIES TO
THE INSANE ASYLUM OK ARIZONA.
OFFICE OF THE IIOAIIII OF lUI'.ECTOItS OrTllKJ
INSANE ASYLUM OF ARIZONA.
l'jKKNii, Ariz., July 7, PVJO.
WILL HE IlEUI
kJ until 10 o'clock a.
m.. Monday. Aimust 4.
ls'.H). py I ne noani 01 l'ireciors 01 me insane
Asylum of Arizona, at their olllce In the City of
Phtenix, A. T., at which time and place bids
will be ojiencd In the presence of bidders for
furnishing the following named supplies to the
Insane Asylum In such quantities as may be re
quired (more or less) for the two months com
mencing August 1, lh'.J, nnil ending September
:S0, Ife'JO. All supplies to bo delivered ut the
Asylum at such times and In such quantities us
us may be required by the Superintendent of
IN hEI'AKATK mtis.
3100 pounds Heef.
2000 iiouuds Mutton.
3CiO pounds Flour.
:nx jiounda Potatoes.
800 pounds Onions.
7U0 jmunds Hurley.
XiO pounds llruu.
't) pounds Sugar, granulated, white.
: pounds Sugar, golden U.
275 jiouuds Costa Rica Coll'ee. best.
2U0 lbs Ham. subject to weight when delivered.
3J0 ttis Hacon. subject to weight when delivered.
75 iKHinds Salt Pork.
200 tiounds Oat Meat.
:75 imunds Corn Meal.
75 tHjunds Uraham Flour.
.'toil pounds Ijird.
2tiU jiounds Dried Apples, Alden.
10O pounds Dried Peaches, A Men peeled.
100 poundi Dried Peaches, Alden impeded.
200 pounds ltice, Carolina.
2UU pounds Table Salt.
Km pounds Hcuns, pink.
10Dioiinds Heaus, white.
35 jHiunds Japan Tea.
20 iiouuds Cheese.
20 pounds Yeast Powder,
15 pounds Corn Starch.
10O pounds Cod Fish, best quality.
50 pounds Dried Plums,
15 pounds Tapioca.
20 tiounds Pearl Hurley.
25 pounds Split Peas.
2 cases Tomatoes, 1 gul, tins.
2 case Corn, Wlnslow's.
2 cases Pie trult, assorted
2 cases Table fruit, assorted.
I cases Maccaront.
1 cases Vermicelli.
1 case Oysters.
2 boxes Crackers, 10 lb. box.
2 kegs Pickles, 10 gal,
1 kit Mackerel,
.10 gullons Syrup.
10 gallons Vinegar, wine or elder.
35 Cords Wood.
75 pound Tobucco, Climax.
Sdozen Toliacco, Durham, 2 oz. sacks.
1 dozen l.yc, concentrated.
i dozen Hrooins, best quality.
K dozen Mons. complete.
$3 dozen Scrubbing ll rushes.
2 dozen Sa polio cakes,
Hdbzeu Hluelng In boxes.
, dozen Hluelng In pints.
, dozen Extracts: Flavoring, plnts.'assorted.
C jiouuds Hops.
20 pounds Laundry Starch.
15 boxes Laundry Soap.
10 pounds Toilet Soap.
SO pounds Sal Soda.
30 iMiuncls Chloride Lime.
1 tin Matches.
1 dozen Overalls, riveted, assorted sizes.
4 dozen Hickory Shirts, assorted sizes.
3 dozen Half Hose, woolen, mens'.
7 dozen Half Hose, cotton, mens.
1U dozen Hose, woolen, ladles.
3 dozen Hoso, cotton, ladles.
H dozen Ladies' Shoes, assorted sizes.
2 dozen Hrogans, assorted sizes,
1 dozen Straw Hats.
7 dozen Thread Coats, assorted uumbars. ,
4 doz Thread Linen Henbows, assorted numbers.
1 dozen Suspenders.
159 yards Sheeting, ('.-1 unbleached,
150 yards Gingham.
100 yards Crash.
150 yards Muslin, unbleached.
100 yards Muslin, bleached.
1 bolt Denims. r,
1 Holt Table Cloth.
1 liolt Flannel, white.
The supplies must be of best quality and sub
ject to the inspection and approval of the. Su
perintendent of the Asylum and must be deliv
ered ns required. Payments will be mado as
prescrltied by law.
Samples of clothing, shoes, hats and sample
broom must accompany bids. The successful
bidder must bo prepared to enter Into contract
with the Hoard of Directors of paid Asylum and
give bond In such amount as may be required
and approved by tho Hoard of Directors.
Quality and price being equal, preference
will lie given to the products of the Territory of
Arizona. Proposals must have a copy of this
advertisement attached thereto and be address
ed to C. H. Knapp, Secretary of the Board of
Directors of tho Insane Asylum of Arizona, and
endorsed: "Prniosals 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 the articles
oll'ercd In any bid.
Hy order of tho Hoard.
10-20t C. II. Knait, Secretary.
A LL KINDS
OF FURNITURE AND UP-
holsterlne. Mattresses recovered and re-
P aired. Carpets sewed and laid. Shop next to
hti'Tiix Plaining .Mill, Maricopa street.
FOH SAI.K OK TltADE.
stallions, Norm and Hurdo, ran
bought so cheap as to frighten you. Easy pay
ments with good security, or will trade for hay,
grain or beef cattle. Address Port Coble or P.
O. box 39 1, Phumlx. 45tf wid
The quickest returns for the least money
are to be obtained from the REPUBLI
CAN'S Want Columns. Situations
'Wanted. Help Wanted, For Kent, For Sale,
To Let, To Lxchange, one cent a word each
insertion, or by the month at five cents per
line a day.
IxisT Left by tho owner at some place by tho
owner where sho called 011 .Monday, May 19, a
black silk parasol, with gold handle, engraved
"Addle H. Kinsey." Finder will please leave
the same at this olllcc.
GO TO THE FASHION BARBER SHOP FOR
shaving, hair cutting, shampooing, bath
lug, hair singeing. Ladles work done at the shop
or residence. Prices to suit the times. Opposite
the Opera House. FRANK SHIRLEY, pro
prietor. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, CORNER CENTER
and Jefl'erson streets. Only house employing
white help throughout. HERRICK & LUHRS,
17OR BALE-TWO FINE STEAM BOILERS.
1? One Is almost new, 11 inches by 1C feet,
rated at 35 horse-power. The other is in good
condition, 4 1 Inches by 12 feet, rated at 30 horse
tiower. As I have no further use for these
boilers, they being too small for my use, I oiler
them for sale complete at u rare bargain. They
may bo seen at the Pluenlx Ice Works, east of
depot. P1ERREPONT MINOR.
AKER A CAMPBELL, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Olllce: Over Nutiouul Hank.
HF. ROBINSON, SURVEYOR AND
.draughtsman. Alt work done promptly,
correctly and neatly. Olllce with the Arizona
LARK HOWARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Olllce in Porter block, Phu-ulx, A. T.
Tho regular annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Halt kivku Valley Canal Comi-as v
will be held
MONDAY, AUO. I, lfcOO, AT 2 O'CLOCK, P. M.,
At the office of the Company, in the Monlhou
Building, Pluenlx, Arizona, to elect three (3),
Directors for the ensuing year, and for such
other business as may lawfully come before said
meeting. J. W. EVANS, President.
W. D. FULWII.ER, Secretary. (-7s
I'IKKNIX, Aiuz., July 15. lS'.Kl.
STOCK IIOI.IMCKS' .MKKTINC..
The regular annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Maricopa Canal Company will be
held MONDAY, AUO. 1, 18!W, AT 2 O'CLOCK, P. SI.,
At the olllcc of the Company, In the Monlhou
Building, Phienix, Arizona, to elect three (3),
Directors for the ensuing year and for sueii
other business as may lawfully come before said
meeting. J. W. EVANS, President.
W. II. FULWII.ER, Secretary. 50-78
PiiiENtx, Ariz., July 15, lS'.o.
Arizona Industrial Exposition
For the Fair to he lleltl nt Phuunix,
Arizona, October 1I-, 15, 1C
nnil 17, ltl'JO.
TUESDAY. OCT. II.
1. Running Stake. 2-year-olds, bred, raised and
owned In Arizona; -mlle dash.
Entrance, J 10: added money, f-'iO.
2. Trotting. Stallion stake; mile heats,:) in 5.
Entrance, ?i"i; added money, 12.'.
3. Trotting. :i-uilnute stake; mile heats, :i In 5.
Entrance, l'f, added money, ,b.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13.
4. Trotting. 2:10 stake; mile heats, 3 In A; En
trance, fV); added money, ?J00.
5. Running, 3-year-old stake; ?4-liiile, 2 In 3.
Entrance, li'i; added money. J75.
0. Running. For all ages; one mile dash. En
trance, ?iJ; added money, (75.
THURSDAY. OCT. lfi.
7. Trotting and Pacing. 2:18 stake; mile heats'
a in ;. r.iitrance, va; auueu
8. Trotting. 3-year old stakes; mile heats, 2 In
3. Entrance, ?.!5: added money, ?71.
9. Running. For all ages; If-mlle dash. En
trance, 2.1; added money, $50.
10. Trotting. 2-year-old stake; mile heats, 2 In 3.
Entrance, ?2."; added money, $50.
FRIDAY, OCT. 17.
11. Running. Free for all; mllo heats, 2 In 3-
Entraucc, tl; added money, ?100.
12. Trotting or Pacing. Free for all: mile heats,
3 lu 5. Entrance, (50; added
13. Running. 2-year-olds; Ji-mllo and repeat.
Entrance, 2S; added money, fio.
Trotting and pacing in harness.
American Trotting Association rules govern
Nominations close September 1, 1890.
One-half of entrance must accompany nomi
nations; balance paid September 25.
Four or more entries to fill; three or more to
The Hoard of Directors rcservo tho right to
hold entrance and start a race with a less num
lier or to declare races oil" when there are less
than three to start, also to trot heats of any two
races alternately, or to call a Bpccial race be
tween heats, or to change the date of race.
For a "walk-over" In any race a horse is en
titled to Us 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 a raeo 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, 30 to second and 10 to third, except lu
free-for-all trot, 2:10 classes and 2-year-old dash,
when third horse has entrance, 70 per cent, of
balance to first Jiorse and 30 per cent to second.
Races commence at 1 r. M. sharp each day.
Blanks for entries can bo obtained from the
The Directors reserve the right to postpone
races on account of bad weather.
J. SIcMILLA. Secretary.
West side of Church Plaza; Finest Restaurant
South of San Francltco.
PRIVATE MXING ROOMS, STRICT LYf I IiST-CLASS.
ALEX. ROSSI ANn JOE MICOTTI.
JOHN O. SMITH,
Offick: Care U. 8. Surveyor-General,
U. S. DKPUTY SUJIVIflYOrt.
THE SANTA CRUZ VALLEY HANK.
B. M. JACOBS,
Capital Paid Up, $50,000
BUYS OR MAKES ADVANCES ON GOLD
Dust or Bullion, makes advances on City
or County Warranb Escrows received. County
and Municipal Bonds Negotiated. Drafts and
Telegraphic Transfers on New York, Chicago,
St. Ixmls, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Dills
of Exchange on alt European points.
Large Fire Proof Vault at
.tlie Service of Our Friends.
London, roris and American Bank, San Francisco
Hanover National Bank,
Jiang oi commerce,
Union National Bank,
M. i. i'UKI5MAN,
ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE
Coil!''KH St., TllHCOIl.
FINEST SALOON IN THE CITY.
A Hot Lunch Served Ftee Every Day.
.miMIE RROWX, Proprietor.
J. FRAfiK & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
IXRY :-: GOODS.
THE BEST CONNECTIONS EAST
Wholesale :-: Buyers.
CI0F-GIVK US A TRIAL.
J. A.. BLACK,
Hit CoiiaroHH St., Tucson, Aris:.
HOWARD :-: WATCHES.
Finest work done at short notice. Orders by
mall or express especially solicited.
SILVER x LAKE
FINE BOATING AND FIHIMXfi
2 Miles from Tucson 2
A l'leasant Drive on a Oood Road.
The Only Road-liousc'iri (lie Territory
THE LKiXGTON STaIleS, AT TUCSON.
Finest equipages In the Territory
Ji HPLRNBID BTAHLKS ii
Orders may be sent in from the hotel at the depot
CHARLES R. WORES, Manaoek.
TUCSON, - ARIZONA.
l'urchasersof Copper.Lcad. Sliver and Gold ores
Returns made as soon as the Ore Is sampled and
Rales oq Ores Can be Obtained od Application
In person or by mall, at the office of the
Works. Tuscon. Ariz.
WM. II. BARNES,
JOHN II. MARTIN,
Wk. C. HOBSON.
Law OrricEx, Tucson, Arizona
JOHN B. THOMAS,
Washington, D. C.
W. V'KIGHT. ATTORNEY AT LAW
a l'earstn Block, Tucson, Arizona.
PH(ENIX IRON WORKS,
(i. R. WUlisenR. Prop.
ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY .
House ami Ornamental Cuttings
Made to Order.
ENGINES, BOILERS, MINING AND
Agrictiltur'ul Machinery Bought,
Sold and Repaired.
Works on Yavapai street, near Jackeon
M E A. T 8
Of AAl Kinds
inn i; 1111 1 m
IV I ,1 I V 11 H ,1 I
luflin murti ii
JOHN ORTEIG, PROP.
'V H K
Tatioiiiil Bank of Arizona,
M. V. KALES, President.
SOL. LEWIS, Vice-President.
GEO. W. HOADLEV, Cashier.
Capital, Paiil Up, -Surplus,
M. V. Kaj-f.k, j. V. T. Smith, Sou Lewis
Charles Goldman, Geo. W. Hoadley.
The Bank of California San Francisco
Agency of Bank of California. ...,...i.New York
The Farmers' and Merchants' Bank. Los'Aneeles.
The National Bank of Commerce . .St. Louis
Consolidated National Bank . . . .Tucson
Bank of Arizona Prescott
N. M. Rothschilds i Sons Loudon
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