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THE ARIZONA IEPgANjtHNIX, TTITRSDAY MORNING, JULY ,24,1890.
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Ihe Republican believes In strictly one
true (or mhertl'liiK, and accordingly It pub
Ulu" it rates in full. and exactly a they are.
tt-rlal position ads 2.1 per cent, extra.
Preferred Locals 10 cents per line flrbt
insertion, nml 5 cents per line each subeo.uent
Ml Contracts and bills for advertising paya
Ucpublican Territorial Convention.
In accordance with a resolution iassed by the
Uf publican Territorial Central Committee the
lteimiilican Territorial Com entlon will convene
m ihe l it of l'hivnlx. on the lat Tuesday In
ukui the 2t. at tlie hour of 10 30 o'clock a. in.
mr tin1 purpoe of nominating one, eron for the
..illie of lU'legate to Congress, one person for
ilu -uperinteiident of Public Instruction, one
in rui for Councilman at Lirge irom the North
i-rn District. couipoed of the Counties of lain
iu paclic. Moliac,. Yuma and .Maricopa, ami
uiie ncr-on for Councilman at I-argo from the
x.utlieni llMrlct. composed of Piina, Cochise,
.rahmn, t.ila and Pinal Counties. The Kepub-lii-an
of the various counties are therefore In-
led to select delegates to the said Coineullon
ni ui'h manner as shall seom to them just and
ouproprUte and the delegates shall be apinir
ti.med among the arlous counties as per resolu
ii.m ol the Central Committee f one delegate
lur eery fifty votes cast for the Leclslathe
u. wit and one for a fraction of fifty over
w.iit flic voles cat for same ticket, In the
tin tion of No ember i, lsvs. The repro-enta-i,.u
,i the arlous counties will bo as follows
t.u, in- 7 Maricopa 19
Miniiaiii 7'linal. . . h
, ,:ih . ! luma . 4
M -iLiive oYaiapal. .. il
in ruling of the Chairman of the Territorial
. mimtlee and by precedent It is understood
tint proxies to the com entlon will only be held
. ui uiirs of the convention from the same
, miles as the proxies.
Ttie Republicans of Arizona confidently enter
io..n the campaign at hand asking of Congress
,.1 ihe Vdmlnlstrallon at W ashlngton admls
iuu to the Colon of tuites and the full prhl
I, -e of citizenship to all wllhln the borders of
tw preent Territory, believing that our wealth.
iiuirs. Intelligence and lights as citizens of
he I lined states entitles us to such conlilera
ii. .i, and prii liege All citizens of the Territory
h.. Mleve In the pure principles of Kepub.
li.amsinand in the complete ami full enjoy
ment of citizenship for every cltlicn of Arizona
are cordially Invited to Join the irty In an
truet attempt to gain a UciiubUcan success at
the (all elections which will Insure to the pco
i.leot rlzonaallthe rights and privileges as
, uuens to w lilch they are entitled.
Chairman Hep. Cent. Com.
M.-1 y Hep Cent. Coin.
TIik Indian lVinnan Iilrntlllnl.
The sqimw found dead n few tlnys
Hiiice -ni the kinks of the Salt river una
i l'aimsro nainel C'nniiiniii. She left lier
titoplc on the other aide of the river last
neck and eaine to I'hwnix to sell an
olla ilpo-iins; of it slie started to re
turn o lier people, ot aiipearinj; her
India t friends came to town yesterday
tu lorn, her ii), and on hearing of dead
Indian having lieen found of herdcerip
tmu lit r identity was established.
County Krcorilcr'a Olllce.
RDortM dailv bv Greene i lVoo.1, Abstractors.
The following Instruments were yesterday
filed tor -eeopl In the olllce of the County Ite
Corder i has Drake, receiver, to Wm. II. Dlckln
w.n flnsl receipt for IN.1, of S. W.'ii-ec. 3,
U'tmihiA'1 1 11 w-
Frank Maxtor, Probate Judge, to Juan Sanez,
lets ! a id II, block 1, Tempe. Consideration,
Juno uneztoC Selaya, lot 13 block 1, Tempe.
onsidi ration. II
Frank Nicholson and George Hamlin to C. W.
Dtwsni undivided one-uartcr Interest in
llecla 'onsolldated Mine, ten miles north of
I uon mine Consideration, 1 500.
To .et Houe on Aravalpa St., between
Matin igtonawl Jairerson sts., I rooms partly
funuflfd, IlltO ner month. Inuulre at resl
tirnctui E II Klrkland. .r9-3t
w York Stock Market.
Sew Yokk, July 23. The stock market today
a. dull but Arm. The only activity shown
luday was In trusts specially sugar refineries
won h showed an advance of 3?io at the close. It
traixpirtd after the clore of business that the
trustees of the sugar trust had today began a
snU ,n Kings county for the purpose of winding
up iruits and disusing of proiierties composing
it and the strength of the stock during the day
thereof was fully accounted for. The market
in general (ontlnued dull and listless until the
Uo-e which was dull and steady to firm at
auiut first prices.
Petroleum opened weak, at 81c, with nothing
doing in spot and August moved up toh'c,
hii h reacted a quarter, closing dull.
New York Stock Market.
New Yokk, July 23. Closing quotations to
J") ereas follnua:
lin'ed Mates li, registered
j iiite.1 states Is, coupon.
I. lined Mates Pis, registered.
iiue.1 Mates Pjs, coupon.
. ... ml
I "ion Pacific
""' Kargo Express
Money on call at 3 i.cr cent.
rnme mercantile paer .Vfi per cent.
Hte'ling exchangu was quiet and
Uij 'lay bills l xi; demand, l 8..
Ui mlvcr closcl at 1 OU'4.
CliliHgo Mtf. Slock Mnrket.
' hi- aoo, Juij ii. Cattle receipts, 18,C,
The market was dull and weak, with beeves at
1 1 twi tt, kttcr, f. kk 0. stock(;rs and feed-
U i)m iu, Texttscattle.il x33 10.
hheP Ketelpts, lo.KW, lower, natives at U 50
( ' Westerns, uijl S0i Texas, 1 1 50($3 70.
New York .Hetal .Markets.
N" 1..RK, July 23.-Copticr-MarVet strong.
I-a.e July, Jt7 -i)
U-au Mead) Doineslic, 1 1 SO.
"' Kaihir heavy htralts. 22 91.
"si si er. l(rii4
3-s. FKtMimo, July il. -Value of Mexican
pilars Mm, M,iir7!ic.
LVi' !'V. 1'KNEItAI. FU.VI) WAUHANT8
"OPT AXDHlion MAIiKII.
BEwFeSK?C" KI" LADIES' SHOES, HAND
falfllZ, I ,roi"' "b7. Men's llcst French
'fom r, til7n"1K:'ll'rom "s to 112; lK..gged.
'IklnilMinL Ht guaranteed. Iteiwlrlng of
Ittwrthojs,'1"1 PwinptlydoneBliop op-
liuer.... ,' ,' '""" " 21 to No. 71 Inclusive,
i ?.i "'".re ceases from and after this date.
., ?V ,T' sm,' Territorial Treasurer,
I'lirv...?. 1Ia;i.ky, Deputy Treasurer.
- .UK , July 2) WM C-.flH
GRAND LO'ITEM' OF JUAREZ
Under the management of the
Mexican International Hankins Co.,
Incorporated by the State of Chihuahua, Mex
FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
Will take place in publlo at the City of Jtiatez,
(formerly Paso del Norte), Mexico.
WKDNKSDAY, JULY 2:5, 181)0
Under the personal super Islon of Cieneral John
S, Mosbyaud Mr. Canillo Arguellcs, the former
a gentleman of such prominence In the United
States that his presence alone Is stitlicient guar
antee to the publlo that the drawings will lie
held w 1th strict honesty and fairness to all, and
the latter, (tho supervisor of the Mexican Gov
ernment), Is of equal standing and Integrity.
jCA.iui,.:r., PRisjic $00,000
ONLY 60,000 TICKETS. ONLY 60,000 TICKETS
W hole tickets II; S tickets I.'; ! tickets II.
XilST OK- TrtlSCKs?:
1 prize of 0O,(XM is . .
1 prize of 10.UU Is
1 prize of S.ooo Is .. ....
3 prizes o(
10 prizes of
00 prizes of
KM prizes of
250 prizes of
1,000 each, are
2(M each, are
KM each, arc
SO each, are
30 each, are
1(0 prizes of 50 each, are . . .
ll) prizes of 'M each, are
100 prizes of 2.1 each, are . .
599 terminals to JtO.WD prize, M each, are
599 terminals to 10,(XM prize, 110 each, are
1,914 prizes, amounting to . ,$lil,9?0
We, the undersigned, hereby certify that the
Ilanco Nactoual of Mexico, In Chihuahua has
on deioslt from the Mexican International
Hanking Company the necessary funds to guar
anteo the pajment of all the prizes drawn in
the Uraud Lottery of Juarez.
Wc further certify that wo will supervise all
the arrangements, and iu person manage ami
control all the drawings of this Lottery, and
that the same are conducted with honesty fair
ness, and iu good faith toward all parties.
Jons S. Mosby. Commissioner
Camilo Akouellks, feupenlsor for the Goi't
If any ticket drawing u prize is sent to the
undersigned, its face alue will bo collected and
remitted to the owner thereof tree of charge
Kiil.ut II. Hkonson, El l'aso, Tex.
President Kl Paso National Hank.
For Club rates or any other Information w rite
to the undersigned, stating jour address clearly
with State, County, btreet and number. More
rapid mall delivery will be assured l our en
closing anenielope bearing onr full address.
MKXIUtN l.STEItNlTIONsLlUNKI.Vd Co.
City of Juarez, Mexico
bend remittances for tickets by ordinary letter
containing Money Order Issued In all hxpress
Companies, New York Exchange, Ilank Draft or
Postal Note Address all registered letters to
Mexican I.vtkknatio.n il IIankixo Co.
City of Juarez. Mexico,
ATCHISON, TOPHCA ft SANTA FE'
"SAXTA FE JiOVTJ:."
1'xctUenl Tram Strike.
Tlio present schedule of train service
on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fo,
from Kl l'aso and Deininjr, is an excel
A fast exjrer8 connecting with the
Southern l'aeilio leaves hi l'afeo and
Deining, early each afternoon, making
the run to Kincon, and from Wallace to
La Junta, by day light, arriving at Kan
sas City evening of second day and
Chicago morning of third day nfter
departure. This train carries Pullman
palace sleepers from El l'aso to Knnsn
City, and Los Angeles, to Chicago, with
Pullman tourist sleepers, Ixs Angeles
to Kansas City, making direct connec
tion at La Junta, for Pueblo, Colorado
Springs and Denver. And nt Burton, for
St. Louis via "the Frisco line," ithich
is now a part of the Santa Fe system,
an additional Pullman sleeper is at
tached at Las Vegas, running through
without change to Denver via Trinidad
and Lit Junta.
"The Santa Fe 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, I). F. fi P. A.,
El Paso, Texas.
TIIK MOST DELIGHTFUL SUMMER SEASIDE RESORT.
With its agreeable innrlnc ntniosphcrc is tho natural change for
AriowuiB to take during tho minimer months, anil every one can
nflbrd to visit it for Health, Rest or Pleasure. It is in tho
most charming marine climate in the world, and has
Tho Largest and Most
Where you have tho moit perfect service, at the lowest rates.
Coronado, with its surroundings, is the ideal summer seasidp resort,
with an utmosjihero ever hoothiug and restful, being constantly
fanned by breezes from tho ocean. Outdoor and indoor
Amusements in Every Variety
Is unrivalled iinywhoro for tho display of refined taste, and tho
elegance of its appointments, careful management, and the
amount of physical comfort it furnishes its guests.
CORONADO NATURAL MINERAL WATER
Has many points of excellence. Being perfectly pure, it is ono of
nature's best tonics to tho system. It is a specific in bladder and
kidney troubles, and immediately relievos gout and rheumatism.
RATES FOR THE SUMMER SEASON
WILL HE MADE VERY REASONABLE,
Ranging as low us $2 per day
$:t tier day and upward, according
E.'S. iBabcock, 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
equipped and best furnished house on the l'a-
clflo Coast. Two hundred and seventy-five
rooms, replete with every convenience: fire
place, hoi and cold water, Incandescent llzhts,
electric call and return system. Standing In ihe
center of a twenty-two aero tract, under high
cullhalloii, two hundred feet back from the
ocean bliill". Arc llghtu on the grounds. Finest
surf bathing In America. The house has a fine
Otis elevator and by far the handsomest music
and dancing hall In Calllornla. The dining
room Is a tcrfcct gem of artistic perfection, bu-
jierbly furnished and so arranged that ctery
seat commands a -levr of the ocean. There Is a
gallery at one end, where a flno band plays for
' f ' "
the ci enlng dances J also playing on the veranda
, v i
In the morning, In the music and dancing room
at night. Morning germans will be a feature of
the house. The cuisine wilt also bo a promi
nent factor. Tho house and surroundings are
simply perfection new, sweet and clean and
must be seen to oo appreciated. The Atchison,
Toioka and Satita Fe runs six trains daily from
I.os Angeles. The company own their ow n rail
road, running to Los Angeles, connecting with
the Grand Avenue cable sstem, running twolve
llnely-euulpped trains dally each way, lauding
passengers right back of tho hotel. There Is a
pier, where boata from San Francisco, San Diego
and other points make regular landings. Steam
and sailing yachts can bo had. The fishing Is
the finest on the coast. There Is a bluff and In
terior drlc, commanding a lino Yiew of the
ocean, San Oabricl valley, Wilson's Peak, Old
llaldy, Slcrin Madro range of mountains. Terms
same as other first class houses. Sjieclal rates
for pennmients and families. All letters address
to tho manager.
E. W. ROOT, Monairer.
Maricopa and Ptenix Railroad.
(In effect June 15, 1890.
1.EAA K. C 5 AIIKIVX.
Pas'eng'r U ? Pas'cng'r
si Krelg't " STATIONS. g it. Erelg't
A. M. 3 O r. M.
l-ui ..Plncnlx 31 1:10
.1.10 10 'Kircno . . IS 11:5.1a.m.
5-10 27 ....catou.. . 7 11:25a.m.
COl 31 ..Maricopa.. . 11:00a.m.
Trains stop on signal.
Trains make close connection with Southern
Pacific train". Connect at Tempe with stages
forMcsaClty, Jonesillle and rort McDowell.
At l'lui'iilx with stages for Prcscott, Glllett,
Wickcnburg and Vulture.
C S. MAbTEN, Vlce-Pres. and Manager.
Cannot Gauss Stricture. Painless to Use.
Prico,$1.00. Sold t7 all Druggists. Ssntla
plain package vita Butbcr Syrlngo in $1.50
Kok bALK by Dr. O II. Kbefeii, Phtcnlx, A. T.
R. G. ANDRE
Saddle and Harness Maker.
I am better equipped for doing the finest class
of baddlery and Harness work than any other
house In the Territory, and I can defy competi
tion In both quality and price. Icall especial
attention to my heavy Harness and Stock Sad
dles, both of which I guarantee as superior to
anything sold elsewhere In the Territory.
II. II. ORKKNK.
L. J. WOOD,
GREENE & WOOD,
Abstracts, Loans i Insurance
rhocnix, - - Arizona.
BSTItACTS OF TITLE HAVING THE
A. most complete set of Abstract Uookj In
Maricopa County, we can furnish abstracts of
Kanch.Clty, Mlno or Canal property on short
notice and reasonable terms.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance written In
the best companies doing business on the Pacific
coast. OltKENK A. WOOD,
by tho month. Transients,
to room. For full information,
San Diego County, California.
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(SUCCESSORS TO STEVENS & HUGHES.)
Stoves, Tin Ware Lamps,
Refrigerators. Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Japanware.
Tools of all Kinds, Garden and
Iluckbourd and all kinds of Hoad Vehicles, Carriages ami Carts. All kinds of Tin, Sheet iron
Copier work, Plumbing and (las Fitting done promptly mid satisfactorily.
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WINDMILLS AMD PUMPING MACHINERY.
"Woods' Mowers and Rakes,
Oliver Chilled Plows,
Pumps, Oas and Water PiiDes,
Hardware, Glassware, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Hardware and Agricultural Iiiipleiuei
Kupferle Bros. Maimfacturino; Co.
MISSOURI BRASS FOUNDRY,
STEAM AND GAS PIPE WORKS.
GOO, G02 and G04 Second St., cor. Vashington Ave., and 119 Washington Ave.,
ST. LOUTS, !MO.
MANUFACTURERS OF IF.VKRY VARIETY OF RRAPS WORK FOR ENGINE BUILDERS,
tcain and Ga Pipe Fitters, l'Inmbcri', Hardware Trade, etc. Cast and
cable Iron FltttiiRft, Jobliere of Wrought Iron Welded Tubes for fteam, ga? and water,
leather and Rublier lleltlng, PacLIng and Hoe. Sole agents for Cameron's Special Steam
Pump, the most elllclcnt, durable and economical steam pump In um. Root's Patent Mow ert.
Wt. II. Taylor, President.
S. E. Cor. Howard and T3eale, San TTrancisco.
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
MINING AND MILLING MACHINERY, ENGINES,
Boilers, Sliccl-iron Water Pipe
For Mining and Irrigation Purposes.
Sa Mill IVEacMnepy.
Agents for the Pacific Coast of
Bryan's . Poller Quartz Mill,
Cheapest and Most Peifect Roller Mill Made
Ewlnsivo Agents for the Pacific Coast of
Steel Pulley and Fox's
Full Descriptive Circulars of any
Lawn Hose Sprinklers, Etc.,
onil flioninP ' tlnlr Mnvm,
UIIU i VIIUllW i lUll MlUttO
R. S. Mooue, Snpcrintendent
Ileino Patent S.trety l5oilers, Mnebotli
of the Alwve Sent on Application.