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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX" MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 18, 1890.
D. H. BURTI8,
"Subscribe for the Best."
A. GOLDSCHMIDT & CO.
To iho Democratic County
WHOLESALE AND UETAIL DEALER IN
Sal unlay from IMuu
TIN, COPPER AND GRANITE WARE.
AHUEItS BY MAIL PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENIED TO -
Solo Agents for the Victoria Mineral Water, the only Genuine Mineral
Tlie Webb, t'o nud (Mmrn Coinbi-
nnt ion Comes in u Winner
Water in tin's Territory.
STOVES iiiid .RANGES, GAS and GASOLINE STOVES MUJVM
MSiVV J Ihon
.TOO 11 Kotlirock ..
AH J 11 Hrtwlcy
as) A EColl
31 I'M UUIanton
. ."vvJ K lluruolt
,l Henry flrllm
,'itxt ClmrK'i T V niters
. Jl Heed
.KM Jim MrCiirtli)
The I'ount of tho votes cast at tho
Dumocrntiu prinmry election last Satur
day w in completed nt G:"0 jestcrday
morning. The following named were
elected as delegates to tho County Con
vention, by the vote set opposite each
T 1 McGlnon
I, II Chalmers .
J A I.utgenllliK
11 F Porter
N M llrwulwo)
1) I, Murray
J 0 Field.
J II Jcuen
J M (HliMlll
J M S-hott
A J Tlioinan
lturtint 4 lliinilhOll.
With tho exceptions ol .Messrs. isar
sentiand Gilson the delegates elcctid
were all nominees upon the "combina
tinn" finkft. mit forth in tho interests
nf WMili. Cvc and 0-.bom. Seeral
tho delegates are outt-poken however,
ilopliiriiiL' their nrefcrence for Murphy
for Gray. Edwards, for Disttict Attor
ney, teems well satisfied v ith the rchiilt,
stnting that it is not a straight Cox
ticket by a large majority,
Much bad blood has been engendered
oor the election, confidence, in a num
ber of eases, haing been grossly lc
trayed and muttering!, are heard from
even hard-shell Democrats that if cer
tain nominations are made they will lw
knifed in Nov ember.
There is also a rumor going tho
rounds, for which no definite source cm
bo traced, that Murphy nl ready has a
coalition with Webb, through which he
is to turn his votes in the convention to
Webb and receive in consideration a
good place in the bheritrs ollke (if
tUUIJ IS t'll'Ull-uj. . ..i""t, ; -
Ikj taken, however, with some grains of
Tlin VOTE T TKMI'E.
The fight at Tempo was between the
Grav and anti-Gray factions. The latter
won", but the ticket elected is not neces
sarily n solid one for Webb. It is straight,
i... A....- t... i.ifV I Inlhcrt fnr Treasurer.
and is understood to favor Hawkins for
the Legi-datine. liuil Gray turn a nam
fight to make against Winchester Miller,
who led the hosts of the opposition.
-Mil!.... utnmlilv mmrKCil tirilV 111 the last
i. ..:., ...,,i ' tl.io vour l(f"t no stone
unturned to defeat film. The follow ing
shows tho vote cast:
A 11 Jenkins
(leorire V NU liols
ltd flood win
J K Uedde'i
ffl Nell' l'eterson .
hS M KlUiiKsen.
M" V W Cosner.
Si John frponuer
V. W T Oummlncs.
SV Thus hitler .
S.V J II otwl
!i (i I. Ctnniiton
Kj I.on Harmon .
At Jordan district, five miles soutli
., nfTnmitn II I.. Collins was elected
by a vote of lb, against J. M. Einmort,
vno poneu o.
Tho voto nt Mesa City was rented in
At i...lii nloiit twenty votes were
u.lliul Tlu.rn unq no OPDOSltioil to
Henry Uogers, Harvey J. Harper and
C. W. lone.
At Ormo nrecinct. northwest of I'lue
nW. n smnll vote was polled. The dele-
..... ntnrtln.1 uiim Mowara Vitispl. Ale
Klin's uituiv. "viw .v-.j.". ....---,
Wlianey, Wilkieand Slankard, supiraed
. 1 .. l!.' r. AU..1.L
lu ia; sunti ui tiuui.
At Cartw right school house a lively
fi(?lit was kent un for the day. Those
elected were John Orme, Al. Smith and
William Smoot. The last named is for
Murphy, the two others for vcbb
Forty votes were cast, with the follow
Incr rotnilt r
Ti(?ti nrtna so Tom llockroan . . 9
Alfemlth. ..w'J A Vinson . 10
VVm Smnnt il J D Mrtrlltr ..10
C V Shawner 11!
It is claimed that sixteen votes wero
run in from riitenix in tho interest of
Scarborough, but they don't seem to
materialize in the above statement.
I.ETTKII riMl.lt OUATKWALA.
A Tiirincr UaUfiirnlnn l)ecrllc tho Con
tlltlolt of TIihiR" There.
Sak CnvNciwco, August 17. A recent
Central American mail brought letters
from Dr. Georgo W. Cool, formerly a
well-known physician of this city, vrho
lias been in Guatemala during the past
year. Ho says a proclamation has been
issued that all men who wero not
ready for military duty would be
shot. Nearly all the men who first
went to tho front havo lecii killed
in battles with tho Salvadoreans.
"If Ezeta inarches to this city," tho
letter cays, "ho will probably sack tho
-town. Americans nro safe, for they
receive protection at tho Legation.
Every servant, even those on tho coilee
plantations, havo been drnftcd into the
war and there nro not enough
left to supply food. Provisions bring
enormous prices; business is nt n
standstill and tho city is under martial
law. Twenty Americans and as
many Germans and French oflercd
their services to Iiarillas but tlicv
wero refused. About 'St, 000 sol
diers havo already left the city for
tho frontier. Men are attracted to the
public entertainments and nro then
Hcietl by the police and drafted into the
SnrntoRn llacn Track Sold.
Sutvroav, August 17. It is now
known beyond question that the Sara
toga raco track has changed hands.
Albert Spencer, owner of tho principal
part of the stock of tho association, has
ngreed to the transfer. It is believed
that 1'icrro Lorrilard and August l!el
mont nro associated w ith W. J. Arkell
in the deal.
Uutitlay Hall (lame.
Columbus 14, Syracuse 1.
Louisville 8, ltochcster 2.
Toledo 0, Brooklyn 7.
St. Louis 2, Athletics 4.
San Francisco 3, Sacramento 17.
Stockton 1, Oakland 3.
Tlunibing Material, rumps, Pipe,
Brass Goods of all descriptions,
Mining Job "Work Attended to.
Tin and Corrugated Iron Koofing.
All kinds of Job "Work, Plumbing
Gas and Steam Fitting, Tin and
Copper Work a Specialty. All
WORK STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
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BY ORDER OF THE CREDITORS OF THE
I. X. L. Stoee
I am authorized to sell the entire stock of Dry Goods, Cloth
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Gootls, etc. Regardless of Cost.
Within eo Days
Counters, Shelving and Store Furniture for Sale.
S. MARKS, Assignee.
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This is not an advertising scheme, like some of our com
petitors get up, but a forced case and facts.
Negligee Flannel Shirts reduced from $3.50 to $2.75.
Madrass Cloth Shirts, reduced from $1.75 to $1.00.
Silk shirts, reduced from $5.00 to $3.50.
A fine line of light Coats and Vests immensely reduced
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