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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PIICENIX. MONDAY MORNING, AUG-UST 18. 1890.
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Name a ticket and stand by it.
Kt:i ku.vtk sore-heads to the rear.
In the futuro Iwlters should be treated
Thk Salt Hivcr Valley will support
bovernl hundred thousand people.
Many engineers have gone down to
their deaths through the recent floods.
The two foremost Republicans of the
country hail from Maine lllalno and
This is shown
better than medicine,
by tho healthfulness of
Editor lhdiiK.s is an old Pennsyl
vania politician, to w horn defeat brings
Tiik politician now occupies the pul
lie mind, and most of them arc rather
Tiik new editor of tho Citizen is be
ginning to get an Arizona welcome from
a few of his exchanges.
Tin: Demociatie primaries looked liko
a fifteen puzzle, and even the candidates
can scarcelv make it out.
The Republicans should nominate the
best and most available men without
reference to personal feeling.
Tiik man who plants tree or shrub
and seed, his yard is enricliinir hiniielf
while ho is beautifying tho town,
A i.i. entries for the races at tho Terri
tonal fair close on September 1. Horse
men should not overlook this fact.
It is the duty of every Republican to
vote. To do thnt he muit be registered.
The lirst duty, therefore, is to register.
Amono other important matteistobe
discussed by tho Council tho house
numbering ordinance should not In'
Tiik Tombstone Prospector oilers for
sale its old plant, being about to put in
a now cutlit. Wo are pleased to note
this sign of prosperity.
Tiik Reitiilican compliments tho
Gazette for tho easy victory it made for
Mr. Webb, under the leadership of Mr.
Eiekas, who has all the elements of a
Tiik verdure of tho great valley of the
Salt Kiver is pleasing to the eye and is
tho marvel of strangers, who aro in an
hour transported from the dead glare of
the sandy deert to a great agricultural
Tiik census shows the population of
Maine to bo 058,451, an increase of 0500
since 1880. The population of Vermont
is 332,000, a decrease oi 280. Now Kng
laml is not holding its own with the rest
of the country.
Some of the open ditches on the sides
of streets are absolutely dangerous.
These ditches have served their purpose
in tho life of this city. They should be
abandoned another year, except where
they servo yards w ith water.
Tin: Ki:ruin.iCAN is sorry to learn of
the death at Nogales of Frank Murphy,
it mail route agent lietween ltenson and
Nogales. llownx a bright and indus
trious young man, popular among those
with whom he came in contact.
Thk Slur met its Waterloo on Satur
day. Editor Hughes seems to be alwut
as strong with tho Democratic delega
tion as Governor Wollley is with tho
Republican delegation". Grin and liear
it, old fellow; theso adversities do ono
Thk Tombstone l'rospectur says tho
old Tombstone newspaper plant is now
stored ntC'nsa Grande. It was originally
moved to Nogales, from thero to Flor
ence and then to its present destination.
It is rumored that a weekly campaign
paper will soon start up there.
Thk Tucson Star says its friend
Strauss expects to bo Chairman of tho
Democratic Committee of Pima county.
His many other friends, including Judge
Uarnes, aro delegates to tho County
Convention. It teems to have been a
good day for the Star's friends in a
Sax Dikoo is to havo an astronomical
observatory, over which the talented
widow of tho lato l'rof. Kichard A.
Proctor is to preside. It is almost need
less to say that .Mr. liryant Howard has
shouldered the responsibility of erecting
this great addition to tho attractions of
tho city of Hay-and-Climato as a place of
residence. In all works of this charac
ter, Mr. Howard is always found fore
most. He is President of tho Consoli
dated National Hank and the leading
citizen, in generosity and enterprise, in
Tiik Kkpuiilicax is thankful to the
Florence Enterprise for tho following
just criticism of the Tucson .SW and a
few aping contemporaries: "Wo have
but little patience with tho quality of
iournnlhin thnt socks sonsiition at tho
expense of truth. Tho lecont announce
ment thnt Ed. S. Gill, of tho riicunix
Republican, hud 'skipped,' was a most
atrocious libel and cannot bo justified
upon any pounds. While Tin: Ki:run
i.ican and The Enterprise may honestly
diller upon Home matters of public in
terest, we are always ready to accord to
it tho virtucf it merits, and wo have yet
to imbibe the least suspicion that its
management is composed of knau'H or
conlldence men. There ought to bo an
unwritten code of honor among journal
ists as well as umoiigst thieves."
NEXT TRIKXXIAli CONCLAVE.
Tho Masonic fraternity of Denver
maintains the reputation of tho (Jueen
City of tho l'lains for energy and enter
piise. The next triennial conclave of
Knights Templar, 1892, will be held in
that city. It is propo-ed to make it tho
greatest and most magnificent demon
stration by the ancient order tho world
ever saw. Thnt means that it will
eclipse everything previously attempted
by any secret order. Preparations are
being made by the local committees for
tho entettainment of about :5,000 people
on that occasion. Already, two years
ahead of the grent event, all tho rooms
in tho principal hotels have been
secured. Though tho Ordei has just
dedicated a Temple that has cost
nearly a million dollars, it is in
contemplation to ciect another build
ing for this special occasion. Tho
length of this building is to bo 500 feet
and its width 2Ctl feet. There will be
fifty-two rooms, 20x30 feet in sie. The
main hall will bo 200x410 feet in size,
and the grand reception parlors will be
liUxluO feet in size.
It is designed that each delegation of
Knights Templar shall have a room
opening into tho main hall so that at
tho sound of tho trumpet the doors will
fly open and they will step into tho
main hall ready for duty. Tho building
will be constructed of iron and glass.
Clubs in each Knights Templar com
mandery are being formed all over
the United State's for tho
ot accruing funds so that
the- commandery may lie
15y tho payment of a small assessment
eachweekjby each member, tho fund
will increase so that tho club can pay
all expenses and the members will not
havo felt tho expenditure, made week by
Tho members of this sublime and ex
alted Older throughout tho country feel
very kindly toward Denver. For six
years it has been common forage ground.
In 1880, when the conclave was held at
San Francisco, it fell to the lot of Den
ver to entertain nearly all tho Com
mnndieries east of the Uockies on their
pilgrimage to the Pacific Const. Last
year, when tho Conclave was held in
Washington, the l'acilic Const Connnnn
deries received the nmo courtesies at
the blinds of Colorado Commandery No.
1. The whole-souled, generous hos
pitality of the Sir Knights of Colorado
overw helmed their brethren in its pro
fusion and spontaniety. They will
come back in 1SD2 to bless tho hand thnt
succored them, and a truly royal time
w ill be had. Of one thing they may rest
assured, the Sir Knights of Colorado
will do nothing by halves. No matter
how huge the ciowd, thero will be room
for more, nnd the entertainment will be
liberal to a fault.
Tiik Prescott Journal-Miner, in an
swering the contemptuous Jleraht, of
this city, says: "In regard to the query
about being imported by Clark Churchill
we can truthfully answer the Herald
that we had never known or even
known of Mr. Churchill until after our
arrival in Arizona. We came here about
the same time the Herald man did, paid
our own expenses, nnd previous to
coming had negotiations under way for
tho property Mr. Morford purchased,
tho l'luenix Herald. In selling the
Herald to him did Governor Gosper
import Morford? According to the
same logic expressed in his query he
did. The Herald was offered to the
editor of this paper before its present
owner purchased it and the only reason
wo declined the ofler was that we
thought better inducements wereoflered
here. So much for this borrowed chest
nut about being imported. 'Did not
Clark Churchill run you?' squeaks th
Herald as an echo to a Democratic sheet.
Kmphatically no, sir. Now, about
making war on Republicans, os charged
by tho Herald. Headers of this paper,
as well as the editor of the Herald, know
that tho Journal-Miner refrained from
entering into tho personal wtangle
indulged in by tho Herald and a few
other papers until the former paper
maliciously accused us of belonging to a
Democrat-Hepublican ring, simply be
cause a Republican official had seen fit
unsolicited to give a little bit of
patronage to the paper. In our defense
we made some very positive and truth
ful assertions in regard to tho course of
tho Herald two years ago. That is what
that paper now calls abusing Re
publicans." The "very positive and
truthful assertions in regard to tho
course of tho Herald two years
ago," were that tho Herald in that
campaign bolted tho ticket, attacking
General Wilson, who was tho Repub
lican nominee for Delegate to Congress,
a fact well known to evorylxxly in this
Says tho Tombstone Epitaph: "Thk
Repuiiucan says that tho l'luenix Her
ald has been "ratted." This leaves
only four daily papers in tho Territory
that pay decent wages to their help
two in Tombstone, Tin: Rkpuiimcan in
l'luenix and tho Courier in Pres
cott. And it is uoticcablo that, as a
rule, tho more of a "rat" institu
tion a paper is tho larger the amount of
"boiler-plate" used, as witness tho
Tucson papers. The Epitaph man has
been a Union man for moro than twenty
years, is a believer in the principle of
organized labor, and an observation of
twenty years proves that tho papers of
tho largest circulation and influence are
those that employ tho skilled labor of
tho Typographical Union,"
Tin: Rkpuiimcan was not disappointed
in its contemporary, tho I.os Angeles
Times, in tho Azus.i outrage. It roundly
denounces the aflnir and does not spare
tho perpetrators or their parents. Speak
ing of the boys arrested for tarring-and-feathering
Editor Huntley tho Times
Tho four boys under arrest wore glen a
chnncc to tell their side of the story, but they
declined to talk. An oMIsh man with them
who Is probably tho father of onoof thojonths,
ami who looked cry liko an Arkansas bnili-
w hacker, Intimated that tho Times 1 ad belter
s direful as to what It mijs alxnit the lioys or it
might rcceUe a similar Wslt from them un
doubled))' It Is thu tacit encouragement of such
parents which kieps thu Iki)h in countenance
in thelrdeviltry, and which 1ms started them
out In Ufa w 1th false and lawless Ideas that may
one duy land them in thu penitentiary.
A citizen of the valley Kites tho bo)S a hard
name, saying that some of this same gang were
doubtless lenders In the recent disgraceful
episode when Postmaster Nathan was burned in
elllgy. It Is also helloed that some of them
weru concerned several mouths ago In a similar
high-handed piece of buslues w lieu a set of,
harness liolouglng to Mr. Hosteller, of Cot inn,
u us cut up into bits and a stone was thrown
through the window of his house, narrowly
missing his head. Filthy outrages were per
petrated in the school-house premises the same
A teacher In the school says that tho large
boys havo just about ''ruled the roost" during
the past term; that they smoked on the way to
and from school, an ore, sang ribald songs, In
sulted tho girls, fought and encouraged the
smaller pupils to fight, and made hoodlums of
theinse es generally. This, she thinks, Is
largely chargeable to l'rof. Frazler, who refused
to exercise any authority oter them out of
Thk Rkpiuii.ica.v hopes that these
young rascals will bo duly convicted
and adequately punished. The l'hwnix
Herald is the only paper that has thus
far applauded tho illegal and outrageous
acts of this baud of hoodlums, and we
regret that the unenviable distinction
has fallen on l'luenix.
The quickest returns for the least money are
to be obtained from the Republican's Want
Columns. Situations Wanted, Help Wanted,
For Rent, For Sate, To Let, To Exchange,
One Cent a word each Insertion, or by the
month at Five Cents per line per day.
"IATANTED- WOMAN' AT ONCE. AS HOUSE
keeper Work light, Address or apply to
II. V. Ityder, Huenlx.
UW per duy Apply 1) K. Keating, .Mills
House, between 1 and '1 In the afternoon.
CAPITAL t'OKKAl. AND I'KKI) VAKD.
The lest of care given boarded slock. Accom
modation wagons to and from all trains. Hug
guge called for and delivered U'M ZE.NT
lhavo this day appointed i. J. Sweeney as
acting census agent of live stock during my
absence. U. II. KutAitTK.
rou SAI.K on tkadi:.
Two stallions, Norm and Ilurdo, can be
bought su cheap as to frighten you. Kusy pay
ments with good security, or will trudo for nay,
grain or beef cuttle Address l'or' Coble or f
l. tsixSJI, l'luenix. tMfvwld
Citrus Water Company, principal place of busi
ness, San llcrnurdluo, California.
"VfOTICK is hereby given that a meeting of
L the directors, held on tho tli day of
June, lb'JO, an assessment of one dollar per
share wus levied upon tho subscribed stock of
the corporation, payable on the 1'ith day of
September, ls'Kj, to the First National Hank of
Sun llcrnurdluo, Cullfornlu An) stock upon
which this assessment shall remain unpaid on
the 11th lay of September, ls'io, will be ilelln
i)ueut uud advertised for sale, at public' auction,
ami unless pigment Is made before, will In' sold
on the 1st day of Oi tober, lS'HJ, to pay dellu
qiient assessment, together with costs of adver
tising and expenses of sale.
JAMES E. MACK, Secntaty,
ltoom 11, Hurt llluck,
'JO-10I Sail Bernardino, ChI.
IOK COUNTY ltECOUDEK.
I". H. COYI.K.
I heri-by announce myself a Candidate for
Of the county of Maricopa, subject to the decis
ion of tho Deinoeratio County Convention.
7()K COUNTY TllKASUUKIt.
J. B. WAI.KKU.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
Of Maricopa County, subject to nomination by
the Democratic convention.
omce Room5, Thibadolluildlug. References
Ijiclede Hank, St. Louis; II. C. Power, President
First National Hank. Starkvllle, Miss.; F. 11.
Marshall, Cashier Woodstock Iron Company,
DR. J. HARDY, DENTIST. ALL WORK
Guaranteed. Young lltilldlng, opixislte
Commercial Hotel, l'luenix, Ariz.
I STERN. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SUR-
XJ.peon. Office over Farley it Grant, Coats
uuiKiiug, riKunix, Arizona.
J. II. WOODWARD. L. II. CHALMERS.
AA700DWARD & CHALMERS, ATTORNEYS
V ut-law. Rooms 7 and 9, Thlbodo building,
AKER & CAMPHELL, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Olllce: Over National Hank.
HF. ROIIIN'SON. SURVEYOR AND
.draughtsman. All w ork done promptly,
correctly and neatly. Olllce with the Arizona
1LARK HOWARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Olllce in Porter block, l'luenix, A, T.
10 TO THE FASHION HARDER SHOP FOR
VJT sharing, hulr cutting, shampooing, bath
ing, hair singeing. Ladles work done ut the shop
or residence. Prices to suit the times. Opposite
thu Opera House. FRANK SHIRLEY, pro
prietor. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, CORNER CENTER
Vand Jellerson streets. Only houo cmplovlng
white help throughout. HEURICK A LUIlRS,
AltIZONA IHIAlEltNa "7t7AriT.,
Staled convocation on the second Monday
of each mouth. J. 11. Creamer, II. P., C. If.
ARIZONA LODGE NO. 2, F. AND A. M.
Stated meetings on tho first Tuesday of
each month. Da) ton A. Reed, W. M., C. H.
ARIZONA DEGREE LODGE NO. 'J, dToFr!
Meets second und fourth Thursday evening
of each month. Miss Nettlo Carrier, N. G C. Si
O. U. W. PIKENIX LODGE NO. J.
J. Regular meeting every Wcdncsdny even
ing in P)th!an Hall. I). P. Conroy, M, W., G.
II. Rolhroek, Recorder.
j Militant, I. O. O, F. Meets third Tuesday
of each month. John Gray, Commandant, N.
E. .Morford Clerk.
17NDVMION LEGION A. O. U. W. MEETS
1j second and fourth Wednesday of each
month. F. M. C7urnow ski, Commander, G. II.
JL Meets sctond and fourth Tuesday ovenlng of
each month. George A. Miutz.C. P., C. S. Scott,
Gt A. R. JOHN W. OWEN POST NO. SJ.
I. Meets first and third Wednesday of each
month at Masonic Hall. W. T, Woods, Com
manderC. If. Knapp, Adjutant.
KOF P, PIKENIX LODGE NO 2, MEETS
. on the first and third Fridays of each
month In Pythian Hall. W, A.McOlnnessO.C,
F. C, KlbbeyfK. of R.
AppHnIng, With Aiiii'iulincntH, tho I'niiil
hie Act of Arlimii.
Bo It enacted by tho ienato and Houso of Re
preventatives of tho United Slates of America In
Congress assembled, that tho net of the revised
statutes of Arizona of 1SS7, known as "Title
XXXI Funding," !c and is hereby, amended
sons to read as follows, and that as amended
tho samo is hereby nppioved and confirmed,
subject to futuie Territorial legislation: "Title
XXXI 1'uudliig and loan. Chapter one. Ter
ritorial, county, municipal and school district
I'au. JUKI (See. 1.) For the purpose of ihinidat
i,ii. nmi nrnvlilliiiT fur thu navmctil of llio out
standing and existing Indebtedness ot the Ter
ritory ot Arizona aim sucn lUUiro uiucim-uui-sB
as may bo or is now authorized by law, the Gov
emorof thu said Territory, together with thu
Territorial auditor uud Territorial secretary, and
their successors In olllce, shall constitute a
board of commissioners, to bo styled the loan
commissioners of theTerrltory of Arizona, and
shull have and exercise the powers and perforin
tit. .In, low Imri.tm, fltir Iirnvllied.
"I'Alt. ant). (Sec. 'J.) It shall Ik;, and is hereby,
declared tlio duty of the loan commissioners to
prolde for the payment of tho existing Territo
rial Indebtedness due, and to become duc.or that
Is now, or may U hereafter, authorized by law.
ami for the purpose of paying, redeeming and
refunding all or any part of the principal and
Interest, or either of the existing and subsisting
Territorial legal Indebtedness, and also that
w hlch may at any time become due.or is now.or
may be hereafter, authorized by law, the said
...mini.j.iii(.r, sitnll. from time to time. Issue
negotiable coupon bonds of this Territory when
the same can be done at a low er rato of Interest
and to the profit and benefit of tho Territory.
Pah. JOll. (See .1.1 Said bonds shall bo issued
as near us practicable In denominations ot one
thousand dollars.but bonds of u low er denomina
tion, not less than two hundred and fifty dol
lars, ma) be issued when necessary. Said
liouds snail near interest in ime n -- !-'. -i
mill ln.m ismnitllKSloIlfrs. IJlll 111 HO CUSU lo CJ
ceeil ll e per centum per annum, vt hich interest
shall lie paid In gold coin or Il8eiii.alent til
law ml money of the united states, on mo m-
California, or such placo us may no ues
Ignuted by said loan commissioners, at
the option of tho purchaser of said bonds, the
jiloce of pigment being mentioned in said
bonds. The principal of suld bonds shall Isj
made payable in law fill money of the United
Status, fifty years after tho dutu of their issue.
Suld Territory reserves tho right to redeem at
par any of suld bonds, In their numerical order,
at any time after twenty ) ears after tho date
thereof. , , , . ,
"l'hey shall beur the dato of their Issue, state
.. i. ,ii,tiri i,ui in uhom ttuvuhle. rutu of In
terest! and when and where pu)uiile, and shall
bo signed b) suld loun commissioners, and shall
have the seal of the 'lerrllory aiuxeu. mereio,
and countersigned by the Territorial treasurer
ami l.'ar his olllclal seal, and shall be registered
by the Territorial auditor in a ioi iu uo upi
I... 1,1m f,r tlw, IitirilOM?. Whlcll Sliall SlUlU
amount sold for, or, If exchanged, for what, and
the faith and credit ot tne 'territory is nereuy
pledgcd for the payment of tald bonds and the
interest accruing thereon, us herein provided.
"1'iK. LMIJ. (See. I.) Couimns for the
Interest sliall 1 attached to each
bond, so that they may bo removed without
Injury or of miilllutlon bond Ihey shall
boeonsecutlvel) numbered uud bear tiie mine
iiumlH-rof the bond to which they are attained,
ami shall bo signed b) the Territorial treasurer
"rl lie said coupons shall ( ov er the interest ex
pressed in said bond from tho date of issue until
paid; but lu no cuse shull Isiiids bear interest,
nor shull un) Interest be paid thereon for any
time before their delivery to tho pmchuser, as
"l'Ait. aU (Sec 5.) Whenever the said loun
commissioners may bo authorized by law to
Issue bonds, or shall have decided to refund or
redeem all or any part of ti.e existing indebted
ness of this Territory, the) shall direct the Ter
ritorial treasurer to udvertise for a sale of the
bonds to bo Issued for that puriKiu, by causing
u notice of such sulo to be published for the
lvcrlodofonc month in tome dully new spicier
published ut the tupltal of the Territory, uud
ut least one Insertion In a newspaper
published In the city of New York, in the state
of New York, and in the city of San Iraiicisco,
In tho Statu of California, such notice shall
specify the uinouut of Uinds to bo sold, the
place, nay ami mmrui ni ' ... " ";
be received by said treasurer for the purchase of
suld bonds within one mouth from the expira
tion of suld publication, and at tho place and
time named in said notlie the said treasurer
and loan commissioners shall open all bids re
ceived by him and shall award thu purchase of
suld tiomis, or uny pun uicreui, io un- wuuti ui
bidden, therefor bidding the lowest rate of in
terest Provided, That said loun commission
ers sliall have the right to icject any and all
bids And provided further, That they ma)
refuse to maku any award unless suiliclent
security shall be furnished b) the bidder or
bidders for tho compliance with the terms of
their bids. , , , ,
"1'ab -JUII (Sec. C.) When thcsuleof suld bonds
shall ih awarded by the loan commissioners
they shJil provide and procure tho necessary
bonds as In tills act provided, and any expense
Incurred by them therefor, for tho publication
of said notices, cost of remitting funds for the
pavment of interest or money on said bonds,
anil all other necessary Incidental expenses un
der the provisions of this act shall be paid out
of thu general fund of said Territory, upon the
order of the Territorial auditor, countersigned
by the Governor; and a sum of money suiliclent
to cover suld costs and expenses is hereby ap
propriated out of said fund.
"1 hey shall, from time to time, after signing
said bonds, deliver tliem to thu Territorial
treasurer, taking his receipt therefor, and
charge him therewith. The suld treusurer sliall
glvo to the Territory of Arizona an additional
olllclal bond, with two or moro sureties, In
a sum euuat to tne amount oi uuuus uu-
llvered to mm by the suld loan commlssoncrs,
which bond shall I approved by tho Governor
and deposited and filed with the Secretary of
the Tirritory, and recorded by him In a book to
bckeptfor tliatpurjiose. And the said Treasurer
shall stand charge! Uxn his olllclal bond for
the faithful periormanic oi me nuties reipureii
tit Mm under this act.
"Par. 2015. (Sec. 7 ) The Territorial Treasurer
shall sell said tionus lor tasn, or excuauge inem
for any of the indebtedness for tho redemption
of which they were so lssued.but in no case shall
said bonds be sold or exchanged for less than
their face or par value and tho accrued interest
at the time ol disposal, nor must any Indebted
ness le redeemed at more than Its face value
unit nnr Interest that mar be due thereon.
"That suld Treasurer shall Indorse, by writing
or stamping In ink on tne laco oi mo paper.evi
denclng tho indebtedness received by lilm In
exchange for said bonds, tho time w hen and the
amount for w hich exchanged.
"Par. 'JOIC, (Sec. S.) Moneys received by said
Treasurer sliall be applied by him to tho re
demption of the indebtedness, for the redemp
tion of w hlch bonds wero Issued, and the Tnas
urer shall give notice, as Is provided by law in
case of pajiuent and redemption of Territorial
warrants, of his readiness to redeem such In
debtedness, and thereafter Interest on ull such
Indebtedness due und outstanding shall cease.
"llefore any such indebtedness shall bo paid
the Territorial Auditor hull indorse on each
certificate the amount duo thereon, and shall
write across the face of each the ditto of its sur
render und thu namu of the person surrender
ing, and sliall keep proper record thereof.
"Par. 0)17. (See. U.) There shull bo levied an
nually, upon the bixable property in this Terri
tory, and in addition to the levy for other au
thorized taxes, a suiliclent sum to pay the Inter
est on all bonds issued and disposed of in pur
suance of the provisions of this act, to be placed
in the Territorial treasury, in the fund to bo
known as the 'Interest fund.' And fifty vears
after such bonds shall havo been issued such ad
ditional amount shall bo levied aunuallyas will
pay ten per cent, of the total amount Issued un
til all the bonds Issued under the provisions of
this act aro paid and discharged; nothing here
in contained shall bo construed to prevent the
Legislature of Arizona from creating a sinking
fund during the life of suld bonds for their re
demption at maturity.
"The Territorial Hoard of Equalization, or, on
their failure, the Territorial Auditor, shall de
termine the rato of tax to bo levied in the dif
ferent counties In tho Territory to carry out thu
provisions of tills act, and shall certify the
Mine to tho 'Hoard of Supervisors1 In
each county and to tho municipal or
school nuthorlt!es;and tho suld board of supervi
sors, or authorities, nro hereby directed and re
quired to enter such rato on their assessment
rolls, in the Mine manner and with tho sumo
eilect as is provided by law in relation to other
Territorial, county, municipal and school taxes.
Every tax levied under the provisions of author
ity of this act is hereby mudo u Hen against the
property assessed, which lien sliall attach on
tho first Monday in March iu each year, and
shall not bo satisfied or removed until such tax
has been paid.
"Allmonc)s derived from taxes authorized
by tho provisions of this act shall bo paid into
tho Territorial treasury und shall lie applied
"First. To tho payment of tho inteicst on the
bonds Issued hereunder.
"Second. To the payment of tho principal of
such bonds; Provided, That all moneys re
maining in tho interest fund after the pavment
of the Interest, nnd ull moneys remaining In
the 'redemption fund' after all said bonds shall
havo paid nnd discharged shall bo transferred
by the Territorial Treasurer to the Territorial
"Par. a) is. (Sec. 10.) Wlienever.aftertho expi
ration of the fifty years from the dato of issu
ance of any bonds under this act, thero remains
after tho payment of tho Interest as provided in
the preceding section, a surplus of ten thousand
dollars or more, It shall bo tho duty of the Ter
ritorial Treasurer to advertise, us In the manner
of advertising by the loan commissioners for
bids for sale of bonds, which advertisement
shall state the amount of money in the said re
demption fund, nnd tho number nf bonds, num
bering them In tho order of their issuance, com
mencing at the lowest numtier then outstand
ing, which such fund is set apart to pay and
discharge, and If such liouds so numbered in
such advertisements shall not lie presented for
payment and cancellation at the expiration of
such publication, then such fund shall remain
In the treasury to discharge such liouds when
ever presented, but they shall draw no Interest
after the expiration of such publication. He
fore any sucn bonds shall bo puld they shall lie
presented to the Territorial Auditor, who sliall
endorso on each bond the amount duo thereon,
and shall write across the face of each bond tho
teentn duy ol January in eucu year, uuw unit
of thu Territorial treasurer, or at such bank In
the city of New York, In the state of New ork.
or in the city of San Fninelsco, in the state of
dato of Its surrender and and the nainoof the
person surrendering, me Territorial Auditor
shall keen a record of all bonds issued and dis
posed of by tho Territorial Treasurer, showing
their number, rule ol interest, dute and amount
nf sale, when, when; and to whom payable, and
if exchanged, for what and when presented for
redemption, the date, amount duo thereon and
"Tho Hoards of Supervisors of thocouiities,tlie
municipal and school authorities aro hereby
authorized and directed to report to the loan
commissioners of thu Territory their bonded
and outstanding lndcbtcdncssaiiil said loan com
mlssloners may, on written demand, rcuuire an
ultli'lal report from tho lioard of supervisors of
counties, the municipal or school authorities,
f their bonded and outstundiim Indebtedness.
and siiidloan commissioners shall provide for
l he riileemliii! ur refundini; of thu county, mun
icipal, and school district Indebtedness, upon the
olllclal demand of said authorities, In tho same
manner as other Territorial indelitcdness, and
thev Bhull issue bonds for auv Indebtedness now
itllowed.or that may lie hereufter allow ed.by law
to said county, municipality, orsenooi district,
upon olllclal demand by said authorities; the
county, municipality, or school district to puy
into the Territorial treasury, in addition to all
other taxes authorized by law, such amounts as
may be dlreited by the Territorial board of
equalization, or on their failure by the Terri
torial auditor, to lio lev led for the payment of
the prineiiuilof the bonds issued in redemption,
refunding, or other bonds issued to such county,
municipality, or school district when the same
shall become due, and In addition a rate of in
terest paid by tho Territory on such bonds.
"I'ab. 'J0I9. (Sec. 11,) When the treasurer pays
of redeems any Indebtedness he shall Indorse,
by w riling or stamping in ink on the face of
the paper evidencing such Indebtedness so paid
or redeemed, the words 'redeemed and can
celed," with the date of cancellation. He shall
keen a full and particular account nnd record of
nil tils proceedings under the act, and of the
bonds redeemed and surrendered, and he shall
transmit to tho Governor an abstract nf all his
proceedings under tills act with his annual re-
nnr, ... Iu, l.mf ,1,1. li1 it-nnp lnl.l l.nfi.pn . 1. ,r
Islaturcut its meeting. All books and papers
nerlulniuir to tho matter nrnvlded In this net
shall at all times be open to the inflection of the
party interesien, or tne uovernor, or a com
mittee of either brunch of the legislature, or a
joint committee of both.
"l'Ait. 'J0.JO. (Sec. 12.) It shall lie the duty of
tho Territorial treasurer to tiuy the Interest on
suld bonds when the sume lulls due out of said
Interest fund, If suiliclent; and if said fund bo
not suiliclent, then to pay the deficiency out of
the general fund- Provided, That tho 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.
"I'aii.'J0.-)1, (Sec. 13.) It shall be the duty of
said loan commissioners to make u full report
of all their proceedings had under the
provisions of this act to the Governor on or
before the first day of January of each )ear, and
suld reports shall be transmitted by the Govern-
to the lerrltorlal legislative assembly.
"l'Ait. J03J. (Sec. 11.) No bond Issued under the
provisions of this act shall lie taxed within this
Skc. 13. That nothing In this act sliall be con
strued to authorize any future Increase
of any Indebtedness In excess of the limit
prescrilicii liy tiiu "Harrison act. Provided
However, mat the present existing and
outstanding indebtedness, together with
such warrants us may lie issued for the
necessary and current exjieiises of car
rying on Territorial, county, municipal, and
school government for the veur ending Decem
bers!, ism, may also m funded ami bonds Is
sued for the redemption thereof; and thereafter
no warrants, certificates, or otlier evidences of
indelitcdness shall be allowed to Issue or be
legal w hero the same Is iu excess of the limit
piescribed by the "Harrison act."
That all acts or parts of nets In conflict with
this act arc hereby repealed,
Avriiov Eli. June 2o. ls'jo
ritOCI.AVIATION Ol' ItKW.VKI).
To whom It may coin. em:
Whereas, It has come to my know ledge thnt
Ed Huker, eldest son of J. If. linker, who resides
ut Lookout, on the Slerru Ancha mountains,
ttlwutfort) miles north of Globe, Gila county,
was murdered in a most brutal manner by some
person or persons unknown, (though the pros
sence of Indian trucks In the Immediate vicinity
strongly Indicate that the crime wus com
mitted by Indians).
Now, therefore, I, Louis Wollley, Governor of
the Territory of Arizona, by virtue of the
power vt ltliln me vested do hereby oiler a rew ard
In the sum of five hundred ((.VjOl dollars to be
paid out of the treasury of the Territory for
the arrest and conviction of the jierson or per
sons who committed the aforementioned
In testimony w hereof I hat e hereunto set my
hand und caused the great seal of the Territory
to be nillxcd.
Done at 1'haT.ix, the capital, this 20th day of
July, A. D., lWi). Lewis Woflev.
liy the Governor.
Igned; Nathan O. Ml'Ri'HY
"secretary of Territory.
Maricopa anil Ptaiiix Mroad.
In effect June 15, 1890.
LEAVE. C C ARRIVE.
Pas'eng'r ', Pas'eng'r
A Freig't STATIONS. Z A Freig't
A. M. S O P. M.
i UU ... l'luenix ... . 31 1:10
l --Tempo 27 j
5:10 16 . ..Kyrene. .. 18 ll:,V,a.m.
5-10 27 .Sacatnn . . 7 ll:2.-a.in.
GO.) UI .Maricopa. 11:00 a.m.
Trains stop on signal.
Trains maku close connection with Southern
Pacific trains. Connect at Tetntie with stages
forMesadty, Jonesvlllo and Fort McDowell.
At l'luenix w 1th stages for Prescott, Glllett,
C. S. MASfEN. Vice-Pres. and Manager.
R. H. GREENE.
t. J. WOOD.
Greene & Wood.
oans s insurance
.Phoonix, - - Arizona.
XA. most complete Fct of Abstract Hooks In
Maricopa County, we can furnish abstracts of
Kanch, City, Mine or Canal property on short
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Fire, Life and Accident Insurance written in
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A BEAUTIFUL PIGTUl
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Is 40 inches long and ft) inches w Ide, is
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And shows every hnuso in Phcrnix,
from the Capital Addition on the West
to the Territorial Asylum on the East.
ALL THE STREETS ARE NUMBERED
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Salt ltlvcr Valley, Grand, Maricopa
and Arizona Canals
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CHARLES It. WORE3, Manaoeb.
TUCSON, - ARIZONA.
Purchasers of Copper, Lead. Silver and Gold orei
Returns made as soon as the Ore Is sampled and
Kates od Ores Can be Obtained on Application
In person or by mail, at the office of the
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Law Offices, Tucson, Arizona
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'v h rc
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