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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PPICENIX. MONDAY MORNING AUGUST 11. 1890.
THE ARIZONA REPOBUCAN.
THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY
Published Every Drty in the Year.
THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN PHffiSU.
KATKB OK 8UB8CIU1TI0N.
Dally, perweek, bycarrler $ .M
Dally, per month, by carrier 1.00
Dally, per month, by mall 1.00
Dally, three months, by lnall -.SO
Dally, six months, by mall 3.00
Dally, ono year, by mall 10.00
Weekly, per month 25
Weekly, per quarter .. 75
Weekly, per six months 1.50
Weekly, per year ISO
Entered at tho postofflco as matter of -the
Aiivkutibe the fair.
Pass a house numbering and uniform
Theke is nothing the tnntter with the
rain fall of the Salt River Valley.
Ubk your best efforts to advertise
l'luvnix and the Salt River Valloy.
State division is cutting no important
part in the anti-Convention campaign
If all that is said of the Central Ameri
can Republics bo true the whole of them
are not wortli fighting for.
Mining industries are looking up
throughout tho Territory and many
camps show moro prosperity than for
The lirst bill to receive tho attention
of tho nest legislature should bo one to
extend the torporatu limits of the city
That street-car cow-bell should bo
hushed on Sunday night, anyway. It is
a decidedly vulgar and worldly thing to
air on the Sabbath.
The Chamber of Commerce should
be revivified. It seems to bo in a coma
tosu condition and its exhibit is a
wretched wreck jui-t now,
The men who find that they cannot
"rule" a newspaper seldom have any
uso for it. Newspaper mauagera meet
tho meanest sort of ingrates.
Tucson ia developing a splendid local
pride and her people are acting in con
cert to secure to her such improvements
and works as may tend to advance her
The cities of Phoinix and Tucson hold
one-fifth and the Counties of Maricopa
and Pima more than one-third of the
population of the Territory.
The indications aro that this will be
a very frosty season for theatrical ven
tures. Only tho better class of ven
tures can hope to mako any money and
all others will have a hard time to pull
DesriTE Democratic obstruction the
Republicans are pushing tho public
businoss in Congress and all important
measures will le acted upon before an
adjournment will be had, even if it
takes all summer and part of the fall.
The Los Angeles Tribune is making a
plea for the penny. There is something
wrong with tho Tribune management.
The West is not ready for the penny and
the Tribune is flying in the face of a very
decided public sentiment.
The Rei-uulican is now prepared to do
nil sorts of job work, in the neatest man
ner and with dispatch. It has an entirely
new plant of the latest styles of type, in
excellent assortment, and uses only the
best paper stock. Call and get prices.
Johnny Behan should parallel the
story he told Judge Kibbey as to the
surrender of the prison and the ono he
gave the press and then retire to some
cool place and think it over. It is do!
lars to doughnuts that he will conclude
that he made an ass of himself.
Amono the many attractions of the
neighboring city of Prescott, none ex
ceed her delightful summer climate.
With railroad connections many a man
from tho Salt River Valley would spend
his Sundays during tho summer season
in tho northern city.
One can scarcely imagine anything
more horrible than death on the desert
from thirst. During the heated season
pcoplo should not attempt to travel over
the desert except at night and even
then it behooves them to carry a boun
tiful supply of water.
In every county tho Republicans
should nominate none but staunch and
true Republicans for the county ofllcei
and legislative ticket. Men claiming to
bo Republicans who when elected to
office appoint Democratic deputies, are
not the kind to be trusted with the
emoluments of the party.
Rolled barley delivered on board of
cars at Los Angeles is worth $1.20 per
hundred weight. Tho freight from
Phoenix to common points' is decidedly
lower than from Los Angeles, and it is
not clear why barley should not com
mand as high a figure hero aa at Los
The washouts on the Southern Pacific
still hold tho trains and Phoenix has had
no Eastern mail since Monday. It is
rather annoying to bo shut off from the
East like that, but notjso annoying as tho
break is to the people who are on tbo
dolayed trains scattered along between
El Paso and Tucson.
The people of the Territory who have
tho management of tho finances of
counties and school districts seem to be
pleased with Governor Wolfley's Fund
ing bill and aro availing themselves of
its usefulness generally. In this tho
fiduciary agents of the people i seem to
differ from the solons of. theDmocratic
and brovet Democratic' papers.
The management of tho Maricopa &
Pluenix Railroad Company should for
mally bring their proposition relative to
tho extension of their lino to tho North
ern boundary of tho County before tho
County Supervisors and the Governor,
to tho end that both may consider it and
mako proper recommendations to the
legislature. It is an important matter
and tho request of exemption from taxa
tion needs somo thought and investiga
tion. The Rei-uulican is favorablo to
exemption from taxation, not only of
tliis road, but all enterprises, such as
mills, smelters, and industrial works
generally. Whilo tho concessions in
this direction may seem to bo largo, wo
should realize that all enterprises
secured in this way will rapidly create
taxablo wealth and thus moro than
repay tho concessions made during tho
period of suspension. If tho Maricopa
& Pluenix people mean business they
should take the initial steps toward
securing their desires.
A NEWsi'Ai'Eit must bo tho judge of its
own policy and cannot let any outsiders
create it. No policy will win pcrmiv
ncntly that runs counter to what is
honestly believed to bo in the best in
terest of the public, though this docs
not imply subservience in any degree
The outside policy-molder is always
unsafe, because he invariably has an
axe to grind.
The washouts along tho Southern
Pacific aro causing great loss to tho
grape growers of the Salt River Valley.
The shipments of this fruit to Denver,
Pueblo and Kansas points was just
reaching good-sized proportions, when
tho blockado came right in tho middle of
the senson. Much fruit that would havo
brought fancy prices will have to bo
dried in order to save it.
The quickest returns for the least money are
to be obtained from the Republican's Want
Oolumns. Situations Wanted, Help Wanted,
For Rent, For 8ale, To Let, To Exchange,
One Cent a word each Insertion, or by the
month at Five Cents per line per day.
FOK KKXT-A HANDSOME, CENTERALLY
located residence of fire rooms. Large lot,
fruit and shade trees. City water. Apply on
premises, Washington and AroTalpu streets, tf
TjX)H COUNTY KECOllDEU.
P. II. COYLE.
I hereby announce myself u Candidate for
Of the county of Maricopa, subject to tho decis
ion of the Democratic County Convention.
THV)H COUNTY TREASURER.
J. K. WALKER.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
Of Maricopa County, subject to nomination by
the Democratic convention.
DR. J. HARDY, DENTIST. ALL WORK
Guaranteed. Young Building, opposite
Commercial Hotel, Pluenix, Ariz.
T STERN, M. D. I'HYSICIAN AND SUR
Xi.peou. Olllee over Farley it Grunt, Coats
building, Phienlx, Arizona.
J. B. WOODWARD. L. II. CHALMERS.
WOODWAKD A CHALMERS, ATTORNEYS
at-law, Rooms 7 and 9, Thlbodo building,
AKER ie CAMI'IIELL, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. umce: over national uanic.
He. R0I1INS0N, SURVEYOR AND
.draughtsman. All work done promptly,
correctly and neatly. Office with the Arizona
C1LARK HOWARD. ATTORNEY AT LAW
J Ofllce iu Porter block, I'luenlx, A.T.
GO TO THE FASHION BARBER SHOP FOR
shaving, hair cutting, shampooing, bath
ing, hair singeing. Ladies w ork done at the shop
or residence. Prices to suit the times. Opposite
the Opera House. FRANK SHIRLEY, pro
prietor. "10MMERCIAL HOTEL, CORNER CENTER
yand Jefferson streets. Only house employing
white help throughout. DERRICK & LUHRS,
FR SALE-TWO FINE 8TKAM BOILERS.
One Is almost new, 41 Inches by 10 feet,
rated at 35 horsepower. The other is in good
condition, 44 Inches by 12 feet, rated at 30 horse-
Kwcr. As I hare no further use for these
Hers, they being too small for my use, I offer
them for sale complete at a rare bargain. They
may be seen at the I'luenlx Ice Works, cast of
depot. PIEKREPONT MINOR.
I have this day appointed J. J. Sweenoy as
acting census agent of live stock during my
absence. D. II. Recakte.
CAPITAL, COIUtAI, AND FEED YAItl).
The beil of care given boarded Hock. Accom
modation wagons to and from all trains. Bag
gage called for and delivered. WM. ZENT.
PROCLAMATION OF UKWAICI).
To whom it may concern:
Wiiireas, It has come to my knowledge that
Kd. Baker, eldest son of J. II. Baker, who resides
at Lookout, on the Sierra Aucha mountains,
about forty miles north of Globe, Gila county,
was murdered in a most brutal manner by some
person or persons unknown, (though the pres
sence of Indian tracks in the Immediate vicinity
strongly indicate that tho criino was com
mitted by Indians).
Now, therefore, I, Louis Wolfley. Governor of
the Territory of Arizona, by virtue of the
power within me vested do hereby offer a reward
In tho sum of five hundred (JuOU) dollars to be
paid out of tho treasury of the Territory for
the arrest and conviction of tho person or per
sons who committed tho aforementioned
In testimony whereof I havo hereunto set my
band and caused the great seal of tho Territory
to be affixed.
Done at Phccnlx, the capital, this 2fith day of
July, A. D., 1SD0. Lewis Woflby.
(Q RE AT SEAL.)
By tho Governor.
Signed: Nathan O. Murphy
Secretary of Territory.
FOU SALE OK TIIADK.
Two stallions, Norm and Burdo, can be
bought so cheap as to frighten you. Easy pay
ments with good security, or will trade for hay,
grain or beef cattle. Address For' Coblo or P.
0. box 3M, Fhamlx. 45tfw&d
Apprising, Willi Amendment, tliu Fund
ing Act of Arlzmui.
H It enacted bv tho Senate and Houso ol Re
presentatives of tho United States of America in
Congress assembled, that the act of tho revised
statutes of Arizona of 1KS7, known ns "Title
XXXI Funding," bo and Is hereby, amended
so as to read as follows, and that as amended
the same is nereny approved nnu coiiurinen,
subject to futuro Territorial legislation: "Title
XXXI Funding and loan. Chapter one. Ter
ritorial, county, nftulclpal and school district
Par. JOA). (Sec. 1.) For thepurposoof liquidat
ing and providing for the payment of tho out
standing and oxlstlng Indebtedness of tho Ter
ritory of Arizona and such futuro Indebtedness
as may bo or Is now authorized by law, the Gov
crnorof the said Territory, together with the
Territorial auditor and Territorial secretary, and
their successors in office, shall constitute a
board of commissioners, to bo styled tho loan
commissioners of theTerritory of Arizona, and
shall have and exercise the powers and perform
the duties hereinafter provided.
"Par. alio. (Sec. 2.) It shall be, and is hereby,
declared tho duty of the loan commissioners to
provide for the payment of the existing Territo
rial indebtedness due, and to become due.or that
Is now, or may bo hereafter, authorized by law.
and for the purpose of paying, redeeming and
refunding all or anv part of the principal and
interest, or either of the existing and subsiding
Territorial legal Indebtedness, and also that
which may at any time become due.or Is now.or
may I hereafter, authorized by law, tho said
commissioners shall, from time to time, issuo
negotiable coupon bonds ol tins Territory wnen
the samo can !h done at a lower rate of interest
and to tho profit and benefit of the Territory.
Par. VWIl. (Sec 3.) Said bonds shall bo Issued
as near as practicable In denominations ol one
thousand dnUars.biit bondsof a loner denomina
tion, not less than two hundred and fifty dol
lars, may bo Issued when necessary. Said
bonds Bhall bear Interest at n rate to be fixed by
said loan commissioners, but In no case to ex
ceed five per centum per annum, which Interest
shall bo paid in gold coin or Its equivalent iu
lawful money of the United Slates, on tho fif
teenth day of January in each year, at the office
of the Territorial treasurer, orat such bank In
tho city of Now York, In the state of New York,
or In the city of San Francisco, In the state of
California, or such place ns may lie des
ignated by said loan commissioners, at
the option of the purchaser of said bonds, the
place, of payment being mentioned In said
bonds. Tho principal ol said bonds shall be
mado payable in lawnu money oi me unueu
States, fifty ei after tho date of their Issue.
Said Territory reserves tho right to redeem at
par any of wild bonds. In their numerical order,
at any tlmo after twenty years after tho date
"They shall bear tho date of their Issue, state
hen, where, and to whom payable, rate of In
terest, and when and where payable, and shall
be signed by said loan commissioners, and shall
have the seal of the Territory affixed thereto,
and countersigned by the Territorial treasurer
and bear his official seal, and shall be registered
by tho Territorial auditor In a book to bo kept
by him for the purpose, which shall state
amount sold for, or. If exchanged, for what, and
tho faith and credit of the Territory is hereby
pledged for the payment of said bonds and the
interest accruing thereon, as herein provided.
"Par. 'J)li. (Sec. 4.) Coujioiis for the
Interest shall be attached to each
bond, so that they may be removed without
Injury or of mutilation lond. They shall
bo consecutively numbered and bear the same
number of the bond to which they are attached,
and shall bo signed by the Territorial treasurer.
"Tho said coupons shall cover tho Interest ex
pressed in said bond from the date of lsiuo until
iald; but In no case shall bonds bear Interest,
nor shall any Interest bo paid thereon for tiny
time before their delivery to the purchaser, as
"PaK. a)U. (Sec. 5.) Whenever the said loan
commissioners may be authorized by law to
Issue bonds, or shall havo decided to refund or
redeem all or any part of tho existing Indebted
nessof this Territory, they shall direct the Ter
ritorial treasurer to advertise for a sale of the
bonds to be Issued for that purpose, by causing
a notice of such sale to bo published for the
period of ono month In some dally newspaper
published at the capital of the Territory, and
at least ono Insertion In a newspaper
published In the city ol New York, In tho Slato
of New York, and In tho city of San Francisco.
In tho buite ol California: such notice shall
specify tho amount of bonds to lie sold, the
place, day and hour of sale, and that bids will
be received by said treasurer for the purchase of
said bonds within one month from the expira
tion of said publication; and at the place and
time mimed In said notlco the said treasurer
and loan commissioners shall open all bids re
ceived by him and shall award the purchase of
said bonds, or any part thereof, to the bidder or
bidders therefor bidding the lowest rate of In
terest' Provided, That said loan commlsulon
ers shall have the right to reject any and all
bids: Aud provided further, That they may
refuso to make any award unless sufficient
security shall bo furnished by the bidder or
bidders for the compliance with the terms of
their bids. , , , , , ,
"Pak.'JOIHScc. fi.) When the saleof said bonds
shall DC. awarded by tho loan commissioners
they slnl 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
payment of Interest or money on wild bonds,
and all other necessary Incidental expense un
der tho provisions of this act shall bo paid out
of the general fund of said Territory, upon the
order of the Territorial auditor, countersigned
by the Governor, and a sum of money sufficient
to cover wild 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 an additional
official bond, with two or moro sureties, In
a sum equal to the amount of bonds de
livered to him by the said loan comralssoners,
which liond shall be approved by the Governor
and deposited and filed with the Secretary of
the Territory, and recorded by him In a book to
be kept for that purpose. And tho said Treasurer
shall stand charged upon his official bond for
the faithful performance of the duties required
of hlin under this act.
"Par. 2015. (Sec. 7.) The Territorial Treasurer
shall sell said bonds for cash, or exchange them
for any of the indebtedness for the redemption
of which they vv ere so lssued.but in nocae shall
said bonds be sold or exchanged for less than
their face or par value and the accrued Interest
at tho time ol disposal, nor must any Indebted
ness be 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 tho face of the paper.ovi
dencing the indebtedness received by him in
exchange for said bonds, tho time when and the
amount for which exchanged. ...
"Par. 'J0IC, (Sec. 8.) Monejs received by said
Treasurer shall lie applied by hlin to the re
demption of tho indebtedness, for the redemp
tion of which bonds were issued, and tho Treas
urer shall give notice, as 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
Indebtedness due and outstanding shall cease.
"Before any such Indebtedness shall bo paid
the Territorial Auditor shall Indorse on each
cnrtlflcate the amount due thereon, anil shall
write across the face of each the date of Its sur
render and the name oi tno person surrender
ing, and shall keep proper record thereof.
"Par. 2017. (See. 9.) There shall bo levied an
nually, upon tho taxable property In this Terri
tory, and In addition to the levy for other au
thorized taxes, a sufficient sum to pay tho Inter
est on all bonds Issued and disposed of In pur
suance of the provisions of this uct, to be placed
in tho Territorial treasury, In the fund to be
known at tho 'interest fund.' And fifty years
after such bonds shall havo been issued such ad
ditional amount shall be levied annually as w HI
pay ten per cent, of the total amount Issued un
til all the bonds Issued under tho piovlslons of
this act aro paid and discharged: nothing here
in contained shall lie construed to prevent tho
Legislature of Arizona from creating a sinking
fund during the life of said bonds for their re
demption at maturity.
"The Territorial Board of Equalization, or, on
their failure, tho Territorial Auditor, shall de
termine the rate of tax to be levied in the dif
ferent counties in tho Territory to carry out the
provisions of this act. and shall certify tho
same to tho 'Hoard of Supervisors' In
each county and to tho municipal or
school authorltlesjand tho said board of supervi
sors, or authorities, are hereby directed and re
quired to enter such rato on their assessment
rolls, In tho same manner and with tho same
effect as Is provided by law In relation to other
Territorial, county, municipal and school taxes.
Every tax levied under tho provisions of author
ity of this act Is hereby mado a lien against the
property assessed, which Hen shall attach on
tho llr.it Monday ;ln .March In each year, mid
shall not bo satisfied or removed until such tax
has liceu paid.
"All moneys derived from taxes authorized
by the provisions of this act shall be paid Into
tho Territorial treasury and shall be applied
"First. To tho payment of the Interest on the
bonds Issued hereunder.
"Second. To tho payment of tho principal of
such bonds: Provided, That all moneys re
maining In tho Interest fund after the payment
of the Interest, aud all moneys remaining In
tho 'redemption fund' after all said bonds Bhall
havo paid and discharged shall bo transferred
by the Territorial Treasurer to tho Territorial
"Par. 20IS. (Sec. 10.) Whenever, after tho expi
ration of the fifty years from tho date of Issu
ance of any bonds under this act, thcro remains
after the payment of tho interest as provided In
the preceding section, a Btirplus of ten thousand
dollars or moro, It shall bo the duty of tho Ter
ritorial Treasurer to advertise, as In tho manner
of advertising by the loan commissioners for
bids for salo of bonds, which advertisement
shall state the amount of money in the said re
demption fund, and tho number of bonds, num
bering them in the order of their Issuance, com
mencing at the lowest number then outstand
ing, which such fund Is set apart to pay and
discharge, and If such lionds so numbered in
such advertisements shall not bo presented for
payment and cancellation at the expiration of
such publication, then such fund shall remain
In tho treasury to discharge such lionds when
ever presented, but they shall draw no Interest
after tho expiration of such publication. Be
fore any such bonds shall bo paid they shall bo
presented to the Territorial Auditor, who shall
endorse on each bond tho amount due thereon,
and shall write across tho faco of each bond tho
date of its surrender and and the name of tho
person surrendering. The Territorial Auditor
shall keen a record of all bonds issued nml dls-
foscdof by the Territorial Treasurer, showing
heir number, rato ol Interest, date and amount
of sale, when, where and to vv horn payable, and
If exchanged, for what and when presented for
redemption, tho date, amount duo thereon and
"Tho Boards of Supervisors of tho countles.the
municipal and school authorities are hereby
authorized and directed to report to tho loan
commissioners of the Territory their bonded
and outstanding indebtedness mid said loan com
missioners may, on written demand, require an
official report from the 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
official demand of said authorities, in tho same
milliner lift nthpr Torritnrlal 1nili.liti.i1tiiKH. find
they shalllssue bonds for any Indebtedness nowf
auowcu,oriiiaimay no nereaiieraiioweu.ny law
to said county, municipality, or school district,
upon official demand by said 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 bo directed by tho Territorial board of
equalization, or on their failure by the Terri
torial auditor, to be levied for the payment of
the principal of the lionds 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 rato of in
terest paid by the Territory on such bonds.
"Par. 2019. (Sec. 11,) When tho treasurer pays
of redeems anv Indebtedness hu shall Indorse.
by writing or stamping In Ink on the face of
tho paper evidencing such Indebtedness so paid
or redeemed, tho words 'redeemed and can
celed," with the dato of cancellation. Ho shall
Ween a full and particular account and record of
all his proceedings under the act, and of the
bonds redeemed and surrendered, and ho shall
transmit to the Governor an abstract of all his
proceedings under this act with his annual re
iiort to be, by the Governor, laid before the leg
islature at Us meeting. All Ixxiks and impers
pertaining to the matter provided in this act
shall at all times be open to the Inspection of the
juirty Interested, or the Governor, or a com
mittee of either branch of tho legislature, or a
Joint committee of both.
"Par. 20.X). (Sec. 12.) It shall bo the duty of
the Territorial treasurer to pay tho Interest on
said bonds when the same falls due out of said
Interest fund, if sufficient; and If said fund be
not sufficient, then to pay the deficiency out of
thcgcnenil fund; Provided, That the Territorial
auditor shall first draw his warrant on the Ter
ritorial treasurer, payable to the order of suld
treasurer, for tho amount of such deficiency
out of the general fund.
"Par. afil, (See. 13.) It shall be the duty of
said loan commissioners to make a full report
of all their proceedings had under the
provisions of this act to tho Governor on or
before tho first day of January of each year, and
said reports shall be transmitted by the Govern
to tho Territorial legislative assembly.
"Par. 2032. (Sec. 11.) Noliond Issued under the
provisions of this act shall bo taxed within this
Skc. 15. That nothing In this act shall le con
strued to authorize nny future increase
of any indebtedness in excess of the limit
prescribed 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, and
school government furthc jearudlng Decem
ber 31, 1kj, may ulso be funded and lionds Is
sued for the redemption thereof; and thereafter
no warrants, certificates, or other evidences of
indebtedness shall lie allowed to Issue or be
legal where the same Is In excess of the limit
prescribed by the "Harrison act."
That all acts or parts of acts In conflict with
this act aro hereby repealed,
ArrnovED, June 25, 1W0.
Arizona Industrial Exposition
For the Fair to be Held at Pluenix,
Arizona, October 11, 15, 10
ami 17, lflilO.
TUESDAY. OCT. 11.
Running Stake. 2-year-olds, bred, raised and
.mm-., in .tubulin, ;-iuuu uasn.
Entrance, K); added money, 50.
Trotting. Stallion stake; milo heats, 3 In 5.
Entrance, J25; added money, 12S.
-Trotting. 3-mlnutc stake: mile heats, :i in 5.
..iiuuauu, f .i uuueu money, t'J
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15.
-Trotting. 2:40 stake; mile heats, 3 In 5; En
trance, $50; added money, $JU0.
-Running, 3-year-old stake; '-mile, 2 In 3.
Entrance, ?ir; added money, $75.
-Running. For all ages; one mile dash. En
trance, i added money, $75.
THURSDAY. OCT. 10.
7. Trotting and Pacing. 2:4S stake; mile heats
a in o. jvntrance, $J3; added
8. Trotting. 3-ycur old stakes; mile heats, 2 In
3. Entrance, $25; added money, $71.
9. Running. For all ages; K-mlle dash. En
trance, 25: added money, $V).
10. Trotting. 2-jear-old stake; mile hcats,2 In 3.
Entrance, $25; added money, $V).
FRIDAY, OCT. 17.
. Free for all; mile heats, 2 In 3-
Entrance, $25: added money, $100.
or Pacing. Free forall: mile heats,
3 In 5. Entrance, $50: added
Running. 2-year-olds; JJ-mlle and repeat.
Entrance, $25; added money, $50.
Trotting and pacing In harness.
American Trotting Association rules govern
Nominations close September 1, 1890.
One-half of entrance must accompany nomi
nations; balanco paid September 25.
Fouror more entries to fill; three or moro to
The Board of Directors reserve the right to
hold entrance and start a nice with a less num
ber or to declare races off" 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 dote of race.
For a "walk-over" In any race a horse Is en
titled to Its 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 race Is entitled to first
money only, except when distancing the field
then to first nnd third money.
Stokes divided Into three moneys, 00 per cent,
to first, 30 to second and 10 to third, except In
frco-forall trot, 2:10 classes and 2-year-old dash,
when third horse has entrance, 70 per cent, of
balanco to first horse and 30 per cent to second.
Races commenco at 1 p. M. sharp each day.
Blanks for entries can be obtained from the
The Directors reserve the right to postpone
races on account of bad weather.
J. McMILLAI, Secretary.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE AND UP
bolstering. Mattresses recovered and re
paired. Carpets sowed and laid. Shop next to
liurnlx Plaining Mill, Maricopa street.
Maricopa and Ptaix Railroad,
In effect June 15, 1890.
leave. o o ariiivk.
ET 5 -
&. Freig't 1 STATIONS. Z .t Freig't
A. M. D o p. M.
4:00 Phrcntx 31 1:10
1:251 - Tptniw 17 P2:,
4:45 7 ifcmpe J12a)
5:10 10 Kyreno 18 11:55a.m.
5:40 27 Sacaton 7 11:25a.m.
0:05 1 31 Maricopa. . . ll:U)a.m.
Trains stop on signal.
Trains make close connection with Southern
Pacific trains. Connect at Tcmpe with stages
for Mesa City, Joncsvllle and Fort McDowell.
At Phoenix with stages for Prescott, Glllctt,
Wickenburg and Vulture.
C. 8. MASTEN, Vlce-Pres. and Manager.
Redondo Beach, Cal.
This new and magnificent hotel was ojicned to
the public May 1st. It Is tho most thoroughly
equipped and best furnished house on the Pa
clUo Coast. Two hundred and seventy-five
rooms, replete with every convenience: fire
place, hot and cold water, Incandescent lljhts,
electric call and return s)stem. Standlngln the
center of a twenty-two-acro tract, under high
cultivation, two hundred feet back from the
ocean bluff". Arc lights on the grounds. Finest
surf bathing in America. Tho house has a fine
Otis elevator and by far tho handsomest music
and dancing hall in Calllorula. Tho dining
room Is a perfect gem of artistic perfection, su
perbly furnished and so arranged that every
seat communds a view of the ocean. There is a
gallery at one end, where a fine band plays for
the evening dances; also playing on the veranda
In the morning, in the music and dancing room
at night. Morning gcrmuus will be a feature of
the house. Tho culslno will also be a promi
nent factor. The house and surroundings are
simply perfection now, 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 Orand Avenue cable sjstcm, running twclvo
flnely-equlpjied trains dally each way, landing
passengers right back of the hotel. There Is a
pier, where boats from San Francisco, San Diego
and other points make regular landings. Steam
and sailing yachts can be had. Tho fishing is
the finest on the coast. There Is a bluff and In
terior drive, commanding a fine view of the
ocean, San Gabriel valley, Wilson's Peak, Old
Baldy, Sierra Mad re range of mountains. Terms
same as other first-class houses. Special rates
for pcrmiiucntsnnd families. All letters address
to the manager.
E. W. U00T, Manager.
a ram pictui
BIRD'S-EYE PICTURE OF 1'IKENIX
Is to Inches long and 30 Inches wide, Is
LlTHOOIUrilED IX SEVERAL COLORS
And shows every house In l'lm-nlx,
from the Capital Addition on the West
to the Territorial Asylum on the East.
ALL THE STREETS ARE . NUMBERED
All the additions aro shown ; also tho
Salt River Valley, (Inind, Maricopa
and Arizona Canals
Can Re Scot (o Any Pari of the United States
Or Europe by Mall. IMCICK, 82.110
.. Can bo procured of
O. J. DYBH, - Phoonix
R. G. ANDRE
Saddle and Harness Maker.
I am lietter equipped for doing the finest class
of Saddlery and Harness work than any oilier
house In the Territory, and I can defy competi
tion In both quality nml price. I call especial
attention to mv beaw Humes and stock Sad
dles, lioth of which I guarantee as superior to
anything soia elsewhere in the territory.
Inder the manage!
Under the management of the
Mexican International Baukiug Co.,
Incorporated by the State of Chihuahua, Mex.,
FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
Will take place In public at the City of Juarez,
(formerly Paso del Norte), Mexico.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1890.
Under the personal supervision of General John
S. Mosbyand .Mr. Camllo Arguclleo, the former
a gentleman of such prominence In the United
States that his presence alone Is sufficient guar
antee to tho public that the drawings will be
held with strict honesty and fairness to all, and
the latter, (tho supervisor of the Mexican Gov
ernment), is of equal standing and integrity.
CtYPiarAT.. PKI55K SGO.OOO
ONLY 00,000 TICKETS. ONLY 60,000 TICKETS
Whole tickets f I; tickets ?i; i tickets 1.
TilST OK" PttlZTCS:
1 prize of ?no,noo Is (XI.OOO
lprizeof 10,000 is 10,000
lprizoof 5,000 Is 5,000
a prizes of 1,000 each, are 3,000
lOprlzcsof 200 each, arc 2,000
50 prizes of 100 each, are 5,000
100 prizes of 50 each, are 5,000
250 prizes of M each, aro 7,500
100 prizes of ffl each, are $),000
100 prizes of 30 each, ore 3,ouo
lOOprizesof 25each,aro 2,500
599 terminals to $50,000 prize, J0 each, are tll.OSO
590 terminals to f 10,000 prize, ?10each, are 5,990
l,9llprlzes, amounting to $125,970
We, the undersigned, hereby certify that the
lianeo Nacional of Mexico, In Chihuahua has
on deposit from tho Mexican International
Banking Company tho necessary funds to guar
antee the payment of all the prizes draw n in
tho Grand Lottery of Juarez.
Wo further certify that wo will supervise all
the arrangements, and In person manage nnd
control nil the drawings of this lottery, and
that tho same are conducted with honesty fair
ness, and In good faith toward all parties.
John S. Mosnr. Commissioner.
Camiixi Akquelles, Supervisor for the Gov't.
If any ticket drawing a prize Is sent to the
undersigned, its faco value will be collected and
remitted to thoowner thereof free of charge.
Edoak II. IIronson, El Paso, Tex.
President El Paso National Hank.
For Club rates or any other Information write
to the undersigned, stating your address clearly
with State, County, Street and number. More
rapid mull delivery will be assured by jour en
closing an envelope bearing your full address.
Mexican InteiinationalIHnkino. Co.
City of Juarez, Mexico.
Send remittances for tickets by ordinary letter
containing Money Order Issued by all Express
Companies, New York Exchange, Bank Draft or
Postal Note. Address all registered letters to
Mexican International IUnkino Co.
City of Juarez, Mexico.
West side of Church Plam; Finest Restaurant
South of San Francisco.
PRIVATE DIMXC ROOMS, STRICTLY FIRST-CLVSS.
ALEX. ROSSI AND JOE MICOTTI.
JOHN O. SMITH,
Office: Care U. 8. Surveyor-General,
XJ. S. DEPUTY SUnVKYOR,
ritHE SANTA CRUZ VALLEY RANK,
IJ. M. JACOBS, .... President
SAMUEL HUGHES, VlCE-PllESinENT
CAPITAL PAID UP, $50,000.
BUYS OR MAKES ADVANCES ON GOLD
Dust or Bullion, makes advances on City
or County Warrants. Escrow s received. County
and Municipal Bonds Negotiated. Drafts and
Telegraphic Transfers on New York, Chicago,
St. I)uls, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Bills
of Exchange on all European points.
Large Fire-Proof Vault at Service of Our Friends
London, Fnris and American Bank.San Francisco
Hanover National Bank, - - New York
Bank of Commerce, St. Louis
Union National Bank, .... Chicago
California Bank, ... Los Angeles
M. I". FREEMAN, CASHIER.
ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE
CongrcHB St., '1'uncoii.
FINEST SALOON IN THE CITY.
A Hot Lunch Served Free Kvery Day.
JIMMIE HKOWX, Proprietor.
J. FRANK &CO.,
Wholesale Dealers 111
DEY :-: GOODS.
THE BEST CONNECTIONS EAST
Wholesale :-: Buyers.
GIVE US A TRIAL.-
J. A.. BLACK,
113 ConRroKH St., Tucson, An!!.
H0WAED :-: WATCHES.
Finest work done at short notice. Orders by
mall or express especially solicited.
THE MOST ENCHANTING SPOT
FINE MOATING AND FISHING
2 Miles from Tucson 2
A Pleasant Drive on a Good Road.
The Only Road-House in (lie Territory
THE LEXINGTON STABLES, AT TUCSON.
Finest equipages: In the Territory)
a s pi. i:n; it) btaiiijIim a
Orders may boWnl In from the hotel at the depot
CHARLES R. WORES, MANAGER.
TUCSON, - ARIZONA.
Fiirchascrsof Copper, Lcad.'Sllver and Gold ores
Returns made as soon as the Ore Is sampled and
Hates on. Ores Can be Obtained on Application
In person or by mall, at the office of the
Works. Tuscon. Arli.
Wm. II. BARNES,
JOHN II. MARTIN,
WM. C. HOBSON,
Law offices, Tucson, Abizona
JOHN II. THOMAS,
Washington, D. C.
I- II 3C
National Ban! of Arizona,
M. W. KALES, President.
SOL. LEWIS, Vice-President.
GEO. W. HOABLEY, Cashier.
Capital, Paid Up, -Surplus,
M. W. Kai.es, J. Y. T, Smith, Sol. Lewis
Charles Goldman, Geo. W. Hoadley.
The Bank of California San Francisco
ARcney of Bank of California.. ., New York
The Farmers' and Merchants' Rank. Los Angeles.
The National Bank of Commerce. .. .St. Louis
Consolidated National Bank Tucson
Bank of Arizona Prescott
N. M. Rothschilds & Sons London
The lst 23 cent meal In Pha-nlx.
BOARD BY THE MONTH JI8 00
HOARD BY THE WEEK 4 50
WASHINGTON STKEET, M'T TO CAPITAL SILOOV.
SOUTHERN :-: PACIFIC
COM PAN Y
2.-1C A. M., DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR
,JJ Tucson, Benson, Lordsburgh and In
6 .OK A. M., DAILY, PACIFIC EXPRESS
"- for points in California, Noada, Ore
gon and Washington.
I n A P A- M- DAILY, ATLANTIC EXPRESS
I J . T u f0r Tucson, Ilenuin, Demlng, El Paso,
Sun Antonio, Houston aud New Orleans.
6. in P. M., DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR
'-' Yuma and Intermediate stations.
T. II. GOODMAN,
Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Gen. Traffic Manager.
Cannot Cause Stricture. Painless to Use.
Pri:e,$1.00. Sold by all Druggists. Scntia
plain pa:tago Tith Rubber Syringe tcr SI. 50
For Sale by Peoples' Drug Store, Phcenix, A. T.
If yon ant a map made of your mine go to
Dyer for It. If you want a map of any of the
canals go to Dyer for It. if you want a sketch
of jour ranch or other property go to Dyer for
It. If you wish to Illustrate a patent right go to
Dj or for it. All work done at reasonable rates.
Olliceat residence, near corner of Van Buren
and Center streets, Pluenix, Ariz. C. J. Dyer.
3?. f. iisnxsojsr,
WATCH l:EI'AIRIG DONE l FIRST-CLISS MANNER
CENTER STREET. PHUCNIX.
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