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TIIE ARIZONA TIEPUBLKJAN. PI-I03NTX. MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1890.
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price for ulertllns, anil accordingly it pub
lishes Its rutes In full, ml exnetly in they arts
Six-dill position mis 25 per eent. extra.
1'rt-fvrrril I.ixuN 10 cents per line first
tiiv-Tttoii, ami 5 cents per llnu each nuboequeiit
All Cimtrnrt anil bills for iiiWertlsliiK paya
Keuubllcun Territorial Convention.
In accorJance with a resolution passcil by the
Uepubllcan Territorial Central Committed the
Kepublicnn Territorial Convention will convene
In the City of l'lnenlx, on tho last Tuevlay In
August the 2fi, at tho hour of 10-M o'clock a. m.
for the purpose of nominating one jieron for the
olllco of Delegate to Congress, one jierson for
the Superintendent of l'ubllo Instruction, one
permit for Councilman at Ijirge irom tho North
ern District, composeil of the Counties of Yava
pai, Apache, Mohave, Yuma anil Maricopa, anil
one person for Councilman at Largo from the
Southern District, oomposeil of Hum, Cochise,
(Iraham, Cilia ami 1'lual Counties. The Kcpub
llcantof the various counties are therefore In
vited to select delegates to the salil Convention
in such manner as shall seem to them Just and
appropriate and the delegates shall bo appor
tioned among the various counties as per resolu
tion of the Central Committee vi one delegate
for every ilfty votes cast for the Legislative
lcVet, and one for u fraction of fifty over
twenty live voles cat for sumo ticket. In the
election of Noveuiber fi, lsas. The repre-enta-Hon
of the various counties will bo as follows.
Apache . . 7 Maricopa. .. 19
CoehUe . lSil'lina .. . lfi
Graham .. 7 l'lual -.8
(Ilia . . 5 Yuma I
Mohave. . 5 Yavapai 25
lly ruling of the Chairman of tho Territorial
Committee and by precedent It Is understood
that proxies to the convention vv 111 only lie held
by members of the convention from the sumo
counties as the proxies.
The Republicans of Arizona confident!)' enter
noon tho campaign at hand asking of Congres
and the Administration at Washington admis
sion to tho Union of States and the full privi
lege of citizenship to all within the borders of
the present Territory, believing that our wealth,
numbers, intelligence and rights as citizens of
the United States entitles us to such coii'ldem
Hon and privilege. All citizens of the Territory
who believe in tho pure principles of Repub
licanism and In the complete and full enjoy
ment of citizenship for every citizen of Arizona
are cordially Invited to Join the party In an
earnest attempt to gain a Republican success at
the fall elections which will insure to the Ko
ine of Vrlzouaall the rights and privileges as
citizens to which they ure entitled.
WILLI M CHIUSTY,
Chairman ltep. Cent. Coin.
S A MORFOKl),
.Sec'y ltep. Cent. Com
For a Ih-st-i'lifs breakfast go to the
Maricopa House, at Maricopa.
F,m IIknt. A spacious, cool dwelling
close to business center. Enquire at
ollice of Goldman it Co. !KM7.
Foil Un.sr Centrally nittiated resi
dence of three rooms; cool and pleasant.
Apply at this ollice.
Go to Lemon Hotel for first-class ac
commodations. Newly renovated, and
new management. Sainplo rooms and
electric lights. Mks. S. C. Diikw.
Dyer's large new lithograped bird's
eye view of l'luenix, neatly rolled ready
to mail, for sale at
1'rowell's Opera House Drug Store.
Kscbinan's Drug Store.
Seilig's Cigar Store. 88-118.
17VJK 8ALK-TWO FINE STEAM 1I0II.KKS.
' Une Is almost new, 41 Inches by li feet,
rated at 35 horse-power. The other Is In good
condition, 41 inches by 12 feet, rated at 30 horse
power. As I have no further uso for these
Loilers, they being too small for my use, I oiler
them for sale eoinpleto at a rare bargain. Tfiey
may be seen at the l'hienlx Ico Works, east of
depot. PIEKItKl'ONT MINOR.
Sheet Steel Water Pipe
MINING AND IRRIGATION 1W0SES
Well Casinir unci lion Tanks.
Agents for Pcllon Water Wheel.
Prices Quoted on Application. 1.
0. Ilox No. 251, Station C, Los An
FI G. ANDRE
Saddle and Harness Maker.
I am better equlmed for doing the finest class
of Saddlery and Harness work than any other
house in the Territory, and I can defy competi
tion In both quality and price. I rail especial
attention to my heavy Ilarnosn and Stock Sad
dles. Isoth of which I guarantee as siicrior to
anything mid elsewhere In the Territory.
Arizona Industrial Exposition
For the Fair to be Hold at I'luuiiix,
Arizona, October H, 15, l(i
and 17. UI'.IO.
TUESDAY, OUT. II.
1, Kuunliif; Stake. '2-year-olds, bred, raised and
owned In Arizona: !-nillc dash.
Entrance, $0u; added money, f'ti,
'2. -Trottlui;. Stallion stake; mile heats, :i In r.
Entrance, ?.!': added money, 12.
X Trotting. S-iiilnuto stake; mile heats, ;i In 5.
Kntrauce, ?-"; added money, ? 7.
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 15.
4. TrottliiB. 2:10 stake; mile heats, 3 In 5: En
trance, ?V; added money, ?2no.
&. ItunuiiiK, 3-)ear-old stake: simile, 2 in 3.
Entrance, Ji'i; added money, 7S.
6. Kuiinlng. For aliases; one mile dash. En
trance, f2o; added money, f7.'.
THURSDAY. OCT. 10.
7. Trotting and l'aclng. 2:1S stake: mile heath'
3 In 5. Entrance, ?23; added
8, Trotting. 3-vear old stakes; mllo heats, '2 in
3. Entrance, W; added money, $75.
9. Uunnlng. For all ages; !-mllc dash. En
trance, 25; added money, f 'O.
10. Trotting. 2-year-old stake: mile heats, 2 In 3.
Entrance, ?25; added money, y
FUIDAY, OCT. 17.
11. Uunnlng. Free for all; mile heats, 2 In .1-
Entrance, $25; added money, UJ.
12. Trotting or Pacing. Frve forall: mile heats,
3 in 5. Entrance, ?; added
13. Uunnlng. '2-)ear-olds; Ji-mlle and repeat.
Entrance, t2.il added money, f '.
Under the inauageinent of the
.Mexican International liaiikiii"; Co.,
lncorponitcd by the State of Chihuahua, Mex.,
FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES
GRAND JIONTHIjY DRAWING
Will take place In public at the City of Juaiez,
(formerly rno del Norte), Mexico,
WHDNKSDAY, AIK1UST 20, 181K).
Under the personal supervision of General John
S. Mosby mid Mr. Camllo Arguelles, tho former
a gentleman of Mich prominence In the United
States that his presence alone Is sulllcicnt guar
antee to the public Unit the drawings will be
held with strict honesty mid fairness to all, and
the latter, (the mnervlnir of the Mexican Ciov-
i eminent), Is of equal standing and Integrity,
Trotting ami pacing in harness.
American Trotting Association rules govern
Nominations close September 1, ls'io.
One-half of entrance must aceoiiiutuy nomi
nations; balance paid September 25.
Fouror more entries to fill: three or more to
Tho Hoard of Directors reserve the right to
hold entrance and start a race with a less num
ber or to declare races oil when there are less
than three to starl, also to trot heats of any two
races alternately, or to call a sK'cial race be
tween heats, or to change the date of rate.
For a "walk-over" in any nice 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 nice is entitled to first
money only, except w hen distancing tho field
then to first and third money
Stakes divided into three moneys, W ier cent,
to first, ;) to second and 1U to third, except in
free-for-all trot, 2 II) classes and 2-)ear-old dash,
vv hen third horse has entrance, 70 per cent, of
Imliince to first horse and 30 per cent to second.
Uaees commence at 1 r. x. sharp each day.
lllauks for entries can be obtained from the
The Directors reserve the right to otpoue
races on account of bad weather.
J. McMlLL,v. Secretary.
iV bolstering. Mattresses recovered and re
Isilred. Carpets sowed and laid. Shop next to
l'lio-nlx Plaining Mill, Maricopa street.
CAITI'Al, IMtlZlC tJO.OOO
OXLV GO.OOO TICKETS. ONLY 60,000 TICKETS
Whole tickets l; Ji tickets 2; f tickets $1.
IItf'l' OF IM4IVCKS:
1 prize of t'10,000 is
lpriicof lii.ixm is
lprieof 5,010 Is
: prizes of 1,1m) each, are
1U prizes of 2U0 each, are
.ri0 jirlzcs of lu)cach,aie
lixiprlzeo( 50 each, are
2V) prizes of 3!) each, are
100 prizes of fo each, are
ldl jirlzes of :W each, are
lew prizes of '25 each, are.
WJ terminals to tii0,nc) prize.JJO each, arc
5y.i terminals to tUi,im0 lirlze, jlOeach, are
1,1)1 1 prizes, amounting to .. . tl25,'J70
We, tho underslsmd, hereby certify that the
Ilauco Naclonal of Mexico, In Chihuahua lias
on deposit from the .Mexican International
Hanking Company the ueccss,iry funds to guar
anteo the payment of all the prizes drawn In
the Grand Lottery of Juarez.
We further certify that we will supervise all
the arrangements, and in person manage and
control all tho drawings of this lottery, and
that the sumo are conducted with honesty fair
less, and in good lalth toward all parties
John s. Mushy, Commissioner
C'i.milo Ai:iiUBl.i.Ks, s.uTvisor for the Oov't
If any ticket drawing a prize is sent to the
undersigned. Its face value will be collected and
remitted to themvnor thereof free of charge
ElKivu II. llKONsoN, El l'aso, Tex
President El l'aso National Hank
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to the undersigned, stating )our address clearly
vv lib Slate, County, Street and number More
riiiid mall delivery will be assured b) jour en
closing an envelope bearing )our full address
MKXIIA.N I.NTUINATIONU. IIANKINI1 Co,
City of Juarez, Mexico
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