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Entered at the postolllce as matter of the
It was n great Democratic day.
Today the Itupubliran Territorial
Convention will assemble.
Wo.nhkk how Tempo delegates feel
over their betrayal, by this time?
What a lieautiful bid our Democratic
friends of Maricopa county nmko for tho
Tiik lmndof tho Arizona Improvement
Company wan plainly visiblo in yester
dav's Democratic Convention.
With a good strong ticket tho Itcptib
licans of Maricopa County can elect
almost every man in November.
The dynamite cannon of Pr. Justin,
so far, seems to bo moro dangerous to
those using it than to the enemy.
The slato went through without a
single break. Thus does machine poli
tics triumph in tho ranks of Democracy.
Kickkhs in tho Democratic ranks were
very numerous last night and everything
points to a tcrriblo split in tho party
With John Montgomery on the Re
publican ticket for sheriff, Sam Webb
will come in a bad second in tho race in
Kkpuhi.iuans of Maricopa county
never had such a golden opportunity to
electa good strong ticket as they have
The unanimous renomination of Ma
jor McKinley by the Republicans of hie
district is a litting tribute to the great
champion of protection.
Uin-tniuoAXs of Maricopa County
should look well to their nominations
for Supervisors and for the Legislature.
It is highly important to carry these te
Now let tho Republicans of Arizona
take a firm stand upon tho Mormon
question. Hold and aggres-sivo work
always wins as against trying to carry
water on both shoulders.
MuVicKEit'ri theater of Chicago, which
was burned early Tuesday morning, was
one of the finest amusement temples in
America. Its loss will Iks severely felt
by tho theatre patrons of tho Fair city.
"Wait till November" was the cry
from many disgruntled Democrats yes
terday when it was seen that Sam Webb
had received a maiority of tho votes for
Sheriff. Evidently Mr. Webb will be
pretty badly knifed.
Democicats as well as Republicans
recognize the value of Tin: Rki'ItiimcanV
news columns. Tho list of delegates to
tho Democratic County Convention as
given in yesterday's Repuhucax was
used by tho Secretary in calling tho roll
of tho Convention.
The Edmunds law is of some use.
Quito n number of tho more prominent
Mormons will not bo found enrolled on
the Great Register of Maricopa County.
U.F.Johnson, tho husband of seven wives,
is ono of the few c xccptions. His name
appears as a voter, but tho other day
there was a school election at Mesa City,
the Mormon stronghold, and would our
readers beliovo it, Mr. Johnson was
challenged under the provisions of tho
law and his vote rejected.
The Herald woll says of Democratic
extravagance in tho administration of
affairs in this Territory: "How about
tho cost per head per day of inmates of
tho asylum and Yuma prison? How
about the 'Little Stevo' expenditure?
How about the money squandered by a
Democratic Legislature in getting up the
present worthless 'Kodo?'" It might
havo asked further, How alxntt tho re
duction of the assessment on certain cor
porations by tho Hoard of Supervisors of
Maricopa county, to less than ono
twelfth what their nropcrty is bonded
Kit. R. L. Hudson, who was selected
as a candidate for Treasurer, was, with
out a doubt, tho least popular man of
tho five who sought the honor. Good
political work carried tho day, however,
and a bare nominating number was
secured. Ho is a resident of I'htcnix and
has been here for about twelve years, a
physician in fair practice. Ho has never
displayed any esjieclal fitness for tho
work of tho ofllco to which he has been
nominated. For reasons well known to
tho old timers of this valloy, ho will not
poll tho full strength ot his party, especi
ally in the districts on tho south sido of
8am Wkiiii, tho Democratic nominee
(or Sheriff, has been a resident of this
county for thirteen years, having been for
that time a farmernorth of I'litunix. He
has several times lieen elected to tho Leg
islature and was n member of tho last
Legislative Council. Ho is a man of tier
Imps forty years of age. Ho has, as was
plainly shown at tho Convention, a
strong opposition from this city among
the Democracy, who will opposo his
election with all tho means within their
power. His nomination was secured by
machino means only, and his candidacy
is a weak one.
FACTS LAID HARK.
"IVnco nt any price" is oftimes ac
cepted by men who feel in their own
conscience that it is not just to them
selves or to their friends to concur in
such conditions. This is especially so in
political matters, men who havo tho good
of tho party at heart sacrificing what
ever feeling of distrust they may havo
towards bolters and men who assume to
lie dictators in order that tho entire
This is so of tho loyal Repub
cans of Arizona today, and
no ono is moro anxious of success than
Tin: ltKi'uni.tOAK, but scenes were en
acted in this city last night that call for
plain talk and that wo shall give.
For the last two days certain alleged
Republicans of this city havo been busy
in circulating reports that Governor
Wollley had been removed, or was
to be removed, und they have
have dono this with an activity and a
venum, creditablo only to the
most bitter and rampant Demo
crat in Arizona. Early last
night these same men began reporting
anew on tho street that an n.ss-ociatcd
press telegram had been received from
Washington saying that the Governor
had been removed, through charges pre
ferred against him at Washington, and
that an Indiana man would be appointed
in his place. These same men would,
when meeting others of their ilk, grasp
one another by tho hand and offer
Even granting that the report were
true what was there about it that should
cause loyal Republicans to congratulate
themselves over it? Has Governor Wol
lley ever done one thing that was not
Republican? Has he not stood up for
his party and month after month
fought the Democratic holdovers until
ho saw them all ousted from the
offices they usurped and their places
tilled by honest Republicans? Has
ho not at all times labored for
the advancement of the Territory
and for the good of the Republican party
as a whole? Even granting that he has
made some mistakes (and who does not
make mistakes) can any one answer
these questions but in the affirmative?
The telegram really sent out was as
Tucson, Augut 21. Despatches have been re
ceived hero announcing the removal ol Coventor
Wollley, through charges preferred a Washing
ton. Tho same authority states that an Indiana
man will bo appointed.
Let every reader look at this telegram
and read it carefully, aye read between
the line.-". Is it not a fact that this but
retells the same "rumors" that have
been so freely circulated in I'luenix the.
last few days, and is not this telegram
sent out to try to givo an idea that the
information alleged came from Wash
ington? Hut ilid it? Let us see.
Yesterday afternoon the editor of
the Tucson Star received a tele
grain from his master who is
at present in l'lncnix giving him
the rumors in circulation here and his
instructions as to how to act. He
obeyed implicitly and did ) is part well.
"Upon charges preferred at Washing
ton." Charges havo Ihioii preferred nt
Washington, but let us ask who prefer
red them. The chief instigator in the
movement is one William Christy, a
man who aspired to tho Governorship of
Arizona himself and when ho failed to
receive tho appointment, instead of en
couraging and assisting his successful
rival, as all honest and truo Republi
cans did, immediately began a relentless
war upon him, and hns kept it up ever
since. Ho aspires to be the dictator of
tho Republican party of Arizona, and if
he cannot bo that, then he says, "I will
ruin it," and his henchmen of .Maricopa
county cry "Amen." A sample
ol tits dictatorship is shown in
his dispatch scut out from
Washington lust week to tho northern
counties saying tho Territorial Conven
tion is postponed. A copy of that tele
Washington, August 19, 1890.
To Orick Jackson, l'rescott, Arizona. The
Itepubllcan Territorial Convention Is postponed
until September sixteenth. Notify your dele
gates. Wm. Ciiiuhtv, Chairman.
The Republican Territorial Central
Committee, at its meeting in this city in
June, set tho Mine for the Convention at
August U. Ry what right and authority
does this self-styled boss send this order
from his throne in Washington? Since
when has tho supreme authority to
order Republicans of Arizona around
like slaves, been vested in tho person of
tho Chairman of tho Territorial Central
Yet this is but on a par with
other acts. Ho has seemed to be
guided by tho principlo that if
"I cannot control tho Republican party
of Arizona I will bury it so deep, iace
downward, that it cannot bo resur
rected." In tho city election in this
city in May last this samo man bolted
tho Republican nominee for Mayor and
assisted tho Democrats in celebrating
His henchmen, who, unfortunately
represent Maricopa county in tho Ter
ritorial Convention today, nroof the same
ilk. Several of them to our certain
knowledge not only bolted tho nomina
tion of that sterling Republican, Georgo
F. Coats, but went out and, worked
against him. Another bolted tho nomi
nation of General Thomas F. Wilson
two years ago. Still another labored
almost night and day to help the usurp
ing Democratic holdovers, against whom
Governor Wolfley waged such valiant
warfare, to retain their nlnces. nnd did
this, too, without pay merely "for tho
good of the cause." And yet these are
tho men who go around congratulating
themsulves upon tho alleged removal of
Governor Wollley. These aro the men
who set themselves up and exclaim, "Wo
are tho Republicans of Maricopa coun
ty." These are the mou who boldly
asserted less than n week
ago that they would pass resolutions
condemning tho Governor. Condeming
him foi' what? liccauso he has given ii
clean-cut Republican administration
that makes tho Democrats yelp?
Wo ask tho honest, loyal Republicans
of this Territory who aro assembled hero
today, and there arc many of them, if
they countenance such notions as those
of last night and consider these
men the kind of Republicans that
should sit in the councils of the
party. Would it not be more becoming
to them if they had one spark of man
hood and decency about them to refuse
to participate in tho councils of a party
against which they will bolt if it docs not
work ns per their dictation?
These statements aro true and are
known to every Republican here. Tin:
Rei'I'iimcan has no apology to make for
for statiiiL' these truths openly and
boldly at this time.
The moment and the occasion is hero
when the challenge against sttaightout
Republicanism should be taken up nnd
we hesitate not to accept it. Tin: Ri
1'LMii.ii'AN, as it announced in its first
issue, will ever be found battling loyally
for the Republican party, but when it
finds such a foul blot on the 'scutcheon,
as at this time, it will lay it bare, and do
it without gloves.
It is reported that the advance of
silver has already occasioned a mining
revival in Mexico. Old mines, idle for
years, are being pumped out and sup
plied with new machinery. Companies
aro being formed tc build smelters, so
that .Mexican ore may bo reduced and
refined on .Mexican soil, and sent to the
United States in liars. There is an cle
ment in tho United States which will
raise a howl over this fact. It will urge
that the duty on Mexican lead ore will
drive the smelting business out of the
country. So far as Mexican ores are
concerned, it may do so, but it will nut
drive it far, and American capital nnd
enterprise will follow it over the border,
and an increased demand for Anuri
can machinery will result, from this re
habilitation of .Mexican mining in
dustry. Our smelters will have enough
to do in smelting American ores, made
profitable after many years by the rise of
silver. All these business quickeniugs
will react upon general business and in
dustry. Viewing tho condition of affairs
abroad and our new commercial jwlicy
which is likely to be adopted, it would
appear that American farmers, mer
chants, miners, manufacturers, me
chanics and mariners are standing on
vantage ground and looking out over
broader and richer fields than they have
ever lie fore occupied. This prospect has
been opened to thorn by the protective
and financial jwlicyof the Republican
party, and tho.-o facts are worth volumes
of Free Trade, Democratic theory.
S vs tho San Francisco HulUlin : "The
Mormons of Arizona are said to lc look
ing with longing eyes upon 'fresh woods
and pastures new' in Chihuahua. That
would be merely shifting n load from
ono shoulder to another. Just across
the lino a Mormon colony would be as
great a nuisance as in Arizona. Its
inllueuce would bo felt across tho bor
der, while it would be beyond the reach
of American Inw. Mexico welcomes
settlers, but she will soon get a surfeit
of that kind."
Taxpayers of Maricopa county are
more interested in tho election of good
and responsible men to the office of
Supervisor than to any other county
office. It is high time for a change in
tho complexion of tho Hoard. Let there
be a turning over and examination of
The Rei'itih.cia.v receives the full re
port of the Associated Press, and no As
sociated Press dispatch goes over the
wiles but what comes to this office. Just
remember this fact when some able
bodied liars are talking.
The Sixth District of California llnllotlnj;
Fiiesno, August 27. The town is full
of delegates to tho Sixth District Repub
lican Convention. Tho candidates in the
field aro Rowoll, of Fresno, Lindley, of
Los Angeles and Rowers, of San Diego.
Tho Convention convenes at 2 o'clock.
There will be no ballot before evening.
0. Ii. Walter will probably bo nominated
by the Republicans for Senator from
Tho Convention was called to order at
2:lothis afternoon. John Ilrown, Jr.,
of San Hernardino, and James McLach
lan were made permanent chairman and
secretary. A committeo of seven was
appointed on Credentials and another
one on Platform and Resolutions and u
recess was taken.
Tho vote for Congressman on the
twenty-second ballot stood: Hcrvev
Lindley, of Los Angeles, 73; W. W.
Rower, of San Diego, 71 ; Dr. Rowell, of
Fresno, -111. Adjourned till 0 a. in. to
morrow. South Dakota Convention.
Mitchell, S. I)., August 27. The Re
publican State Convention opened nt2 p.
in. Congressman Pickles is reasonably
sure of tho renomination. John D.
Gamblo is fighting hard for Congress
man Gilford's" placo and a deadlock may
result. Governor Mellette will bo re
nominated, but tho man for second place
has not yet been decided on.
I.iis Angeles Wntrr Company.
Los Anokheh, August 27. Superior
Court Judge Chenoy rendered a lengthy
decision today against tho Los Angeles
City Water company, and in favor of E.
L. Stein, et al. Tho water comnanv
claim nn exclusive franchise to furnish
water, and tho decision is adverso to the
Approving, Willi Aiiii'IkIiiicmIm, lli l'nnil
Inc Act of Arlromi.
lie It enacted by tho Henntoiiml House o( Re
presentatives of the United Stales of America In
Congress assembled, that the act of the revised
statutes of Arizona ot WS7, known us "Title
XXXI Funding," bo and is hereby, amended
so as to read as follows, and tliat as amended
tho mme is hereby approved and continued,
subject to future Territorial legislation: "Title
XXXI Funding and loan. Chupter one. Ter
ritorial, county, municipal and school district
Pah. '3X0. (Sec. 1.) For the purpose of liquidat
ing nnd providing for tho payment of the out
standing anil oxistlng Indebtedness of tho Ter
ritory of Arizona nnd such future Indebtedness
ns may be or Is now authorized by law, tho Gov
crnorof tho said Territory, together with tho
Territorial auditor and Territorial tec retary, and
their successors in office, shall constitute a
board of commissioners, to bo styled tho loan
commissioners of the't'errltory of Arizona, and
shall havo and exercise the powers and perform
tho duties hereinafter provided.
"Pau. 'Alio. (Sec. 2.) It shall lie, and Is hereby,
declared the duty of the loan commissioners to
provide for the tutyment of tho existing Territo
rial Indebtedness due, and to become due.or that
Is now, or may be hereafter, authorized by law.
mid for the purpose, of paying, redeeming anil
refunding all or any pun of the principal and
Interest, or cither of tho existing and subsisting
Territorial legal Indebtedness, and nlso that
which may at any time liecomo due.or is now,or
may bo hereafter, authorized bylaw, tho mid
commissioners shall, from time to time, Issue
negotiable coupon lunula of tills Territory when
the same can Ikj done at u lower rate of interest
and to the profit and benefit of the Territory.
l'Alt. a) 1 1. (See 3.) Said bonds shall be Issued
as near as practicable in denominations ol one
thousand dollurs.but Imudsnf a lower denomina
tion, not less than two hundred ami fifty dol
lars, may lio Issued when necessary. Said
iHiuds shall bear Interest nt a rate lobe tlxcd by
said loan commissioners, but in no ease to ex
ceed Ilvo per centum per annum, which Interest
snail no pain m goiu coin or itsciiunaicnuu
lawful money of the United States, on tho fit
shall lie paid In gold coin or ItBciiuUalcnt In
lawiui money oi me umieu ciates, on mo m
teenth day ol January in each year, nt the olllce
of the Territorial treasurer, or at such bank in
the city of New York, in the slate of New York,
or lu the city of San Francisco, In the state of
California, or such place as may bo des
ignated by said loan commissioners, at
Die option of tho purchaser of said bonds, tho
pluco of payment lielng mentioned lu said
bonds. The principal oi said bonds shall lie
made payable In lawful money of the United
States, fifty years after the date of their issue.
Said 'territory reserves the right to redeem at
par any of said bonds, in their numerical order,
at any time after twenty years after the date
"They shall bear the date of their lsuc, slate
when, where, and to whom payable, rate of In
terest, and when and where payable, and shall
be signed by siild loan commissioners, and shall
have the seal of the Territory affixed thereto,
and countersigned by the Territorial treasurer
and bear Ills otllclal seal, and shall he registered
by the Territorial auditor in a liook to lie kept
by him for the purpose, which shall state
amount sold for, or, If exchanged, for wiiat, ami
the faith and credit of the Territory Is hereby
pledged for the payment of said bonds and the
Interest accruing thereon, as herein provided.
"l'Ait. MH. (See. I.) Coupons for the
interest shall bu uttuched to each
IhiiiiI, so that they may lie removed without
Injury or of mutilation bond. They shall
bo consecutively numbered and bear the same
number of the bond to which they aro attached,
and shall be signed by the Territorial treasurer.
"The said coupons shall cover the Interest ex
pressed lu suld Isind from the date of ls'iio until
Juki; but In no case shall bonds licar lnleiest,
nor shall any Interest be paid thereon for any
time befoie their delivery to the puicliuser, as
"Pau. 'MM. (Sec. 5.) Whenever the said loan
commissioners may lie authotled by law to
Issue bonds, or shall have decided to refund or
redeem all or any part of the existing indebted
ness of this Territory, they shall direct the 'ter
ritorial treasurer to advertise for sale of the
bonds to be Issued for that purpose, by causing
a notice of such Nile to be published for the
licrlodof one month in some daily newspajier
published at the capital of the Territory, and
at least one Insertion lu a newspaiier
published in the city of New York, lu the State
of New York, and in tlie city ot San Francisco,
in the Slato of California: such notice shall
specify the iiinouni of bonds to lie sold, the
place, day and hour of sale, and that bids will
I, received by said treasurer for the purchase of
said bonds within one month from the expira
tion of said publication; und nt tho plaio and
time named In suld notice the said treasurer
anil 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 commission
ers shall havo the rigid to reject any anil all
bids: And provided further. That they may
refuse to make any award unless sufficient
security shall be furnished by the bidder or
bidders for the compliance with the terms of
"Pau. 1.1)11. (Sec. 0.) Whenthosttleof said bonds
shall w. awarded by the loan commissioners
they thJil provide and procure the 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 said bonds,
und all other necessary Incidental expenses mi
ller the provisions of lids uct shall be pHld out
of tho general fund of said Territory, upon the
order of the Territorial auditor, countersigned
by the Governor; and a sum of money sullicleut
to cover said 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 all additional
otllclal bond, with two or more sureties, In
a stun equal to the amount of bonds de
livered to him by tho said loan commissoners,
which bond shall be approved by the Governor
and deposited and filed with tho Secretary of
the Territory, and recorded by him In a book to
be kept for that purpose. And the said Treasurer
shall stand charged IIkiii his olllcial IhiiiiI for
the faithful performance of the duties required
of him under this act.
"l'Alt. ail.). (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 were so Issued, lint in no case shall
said bonds be sold or exchanged for less than
their face or par value and the accrued Interest
at the time of disposal, nor mutt any indebted
ness Iks redeemed at more than Its face value
and any Interest that may lie due thereon.
"That said Treasurer shall indorse, by writing
or stamping In Ink on tho face of the pupcr.cvi
denelng the Indebtedness received by him In
oxchungc for suld bonds, the time when nnd the
amount lor wnicti exennngea
l'.nt. S)Ni, (Sec. S.) Moneys received by said
treasurer snun ne utipueu iiy nun to me re
demption of tiie Indebtedness, 'or the redemp
tion of which bonds were Issued, and the Treas
urer shall givo 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.
"lleforo any such Indebtedness shall be paid
the Territorial Auditor shall Indorse on each
certificate the amount due thereon, and shall
write across the face of each the date of its sur
render and the name of tho person surrender
ing, and shall keep proticr record thereof.
"l'Alt. -J0I7. (See.lt.) There shall be levied an
nually, iiHiii thu taxable projierty in this Terri
tory, and In addition to the levy for other au
thorized taxes, a sullicleut sum to pay the Inter
est on ull bonds issued and disposed of in pur
suance of the provisions of this uct, to lie placed
In the Territorial treasury, In the fund to be
known as the 'Interest fund.' And fifty years
after such bonds shall have been Issued such ad
ditional amount shall be levied annually us w 111
pay ten per cent, of the total amount Issued un
til all the bonds Issued under the provisions of
this uct arc paid ami discharged; nothing here
in contained shall Ik 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 Hoard of Equalization, or, on
their failure, the Territorial Auditor, shall de
termine the rate of tax to be levied In the dif
ferent counties In the Territory to carry out the
provisions of tills act. und shall certify the
samo to the 'Hoard of Supervisors in
each county and to tho municipal or
school authorities ;and the said board of supervi
sors, or authorities, are hereby directed nnd re
quired to enter such rate on their assessment
rolls, In tho samo manner and with the same
effect as Is provided by law In relation to other
Territorial, county, municipal nnti scnool taxes.
Kvcry tax levied under tho provisions of author
ity of tills net is hereby mado a lien against the
property assessed, which lien shall attach on
ine ursi .uoiiuay in .'inrcii in eacn year, anu
shall not bo satisfied or removed until such' tax
has been paid.
"All moneys derived from taxes authorized
by the provisions of this net shall bo paid into
tho Territorial treasury and shall lie applied
"First. To tho payment of the Interest on tho
bonds Issued hereunder.
"Second. To tho payment of tho principal of
such bonds; Provided, That all moneys re
maining in tho Interest fund nfter the payment
of tho Interest, and nil moneys remaining lu
the 'redemption fund' after nil said bonds shall
have paid and discharged shull bo transferred
by tho Territorial Treasurer to the Territorial
"l'Ait. 'Alls. (Sec. 10.) Whcncvcr.nfterthe cxpl
ratlonofthe fifty years from tho date of Issu
ance of any bonds under this act, there remains
after tho payment of tho Interest ns provided in
tho preceding section, a surplus of ten thousand
dollars or more, It shall lie tho duty of tho Ter
ritorial Treasurer to advertise, as In tho manner
of advertising by tho loan commissioners for
bids for sale of bonds, which advertisement
shull state tho amount of money In tho said re
demption fund, nnd the number of bonds, num
bering them in the order of their Issuance, com
mencing at tho lowest numlicr then outstand
ing, which such fund Is set apart to pay and
discharge, mid If such bonds so numbered lu
such advertisements shall not ho presented for
payment and cancellation at tho expiration of
such publication, thou such fund shull remain
In tho treasury to dlschargo such bonds when
ever presented, but they shall draw no interest
after the expiration of such publication, lle
foro any such bonds shall le paid they shall bo
presented to tho Territorial Auditor, who shall
endorse on each liond tho amount duo thereon,
and shall wrlto across tho face of each bond tho
date of its surrender and and tie name of the
person surreniicring. mo Territorial Auditor
shall keep a record of all bonds issued and ills
novei I of liv tho
r tho Territorial Treasurer, showing
their number, late ol Interest, date and amount
of sale. when, when; and (n whom navablo. mid
If exchanged, for what and when presented for
redemption, tho date, amount duo thereon and
"Tho Hoards of Supervisors ot thoeountlcs.thc
municipal and school authorities are hereby
authorized and directed to report to the loan
commissioners of tho Territory their bonded
and on tstuudlng indcbteducssnnd said loan com
mlssioncrs may, on written demand, require nn
olllcial report from tho board of supervisors of
counties, tho municipal or school authorities,
of their iKiiuled and outstanding Indebtedness,
and paid loan commissioners shall provide for
the redeeming or refunding of tho county, mun
icipal, and school district indebtedness, upon the
olllcial demand of said authorities, In the same
manner as other Territorial Indebtedness, nnd
they shall Issue bonds for any Indebtedness now
ullowed.or that may bo hereafter allowed.by law
to suld county, municipality, or school district,
upon olllcial demand by said authorities; the
county, municipality, or school district to pay
Into the Territorial treasury, In addition to all
other luxes authorized by law, such amounts as
may lie directed by tho Territorial board of
equalization, or on their failure by tho Terri
torial auditor, to belevlcd for the payment of
the principal of the bonds issued In redemption,
refunding, or other bonds issued to such county,
municipality, or school district when tho same
shall become due, and in addition u rate ot in
terest paid by the Territory on such bonds.
"l'Ait. 'M VS. (See. 11.) When the treasurer pays
of redeems any Indebtedness ho shall Indorse,
by writing or stamping In Ink on the face of
the paper evidencing such indebtedness so paid
or redeemed, tho words 'redeemed and can
celed,' with the date of cancellation, lie shall
keep n full and particular account and record of
all Ids proceedings under the act, and of the
bonds redeemed and surrendered, nnd lie shall
transmit to tho Governor mi abstract of all his
proceedings under tills uct with his uniiual re
jiort to lie, by the Governor, laid before the leg
islature at its meeting. All books and papers
pertaining to the matter provided in tills act
shalfut all times bo open to the inspection of the
party interested, or the Governor, or a com
mittee of cither brunch of the legislature, or a
joint committee of both.
"Pau. iitivi. (Sec. 12.) It shall be tho duty of
the Territorial treasurer to tiny the interest on
said bonds when the same falls duo out of said
interest fund, if sufficient; and If said fund bo
not sullicleut, then to pay tho dellciency out of
tliegeneral fund: Provided, That the Territorial
auditor sha)l 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.
"l'Ait. ifiHI, (Sec. 13.) It shall bo the duty of
said loan commissioners to mako a full report
of all their proceedings had under the
provisions of this uct to the Governor on or
liofore the first day of January of each year, and
said reports shall bo transmitted by tho Govern
to the Territorial legislative assembly.
"l'Alt. ai."J. (See. 11.) No bond Issued under the
provisions of tills uct shall bo taxed within tills
Sec. 15. That nothing in this net shall be con
strued to authorize any future Increase
of any indebtedness lu excess of the limit
proscribed by the "Harrison act." Provided,
however, llmt tho present existing und
outstanding Indebtedness, together with
such warrants us may bo Issued for the
necessary and current expenses of cur
rying on Territorial, county, municipal, and
school government for the year ending Decem
ber .11. isyo, may also lie funded ami bonds Is
sued for the redemption thereof; und thereafter
no warrants, certificates, or other evidences of
Indebtedness shall be allowed to issue or bo
legal where the same is in excess of the limit
prescribed by the "Harrison act."
That all nets or parts of acts In conflict with
this act are hereby repealed.
Al'l'itovKD. June , IsJi)
To whom it may concern:
Wiikceas, It has come to my knowledge that
Kd. linker, eldestsonofJ.il. llaker, who resides
at lookout, on the Sierra Ancha mountains,
about forty miles north of Globe, Gila county,
was murdered In a most brutul manner by some
person or persons unknown, (though the pres
senceof Indian trucks lu tho Immediate vicinity
strongly Indicate that the crime was com
mitted by Indians).
Now, therefore, I, fnils Wollley. Governor of
the Territory of Arizona, by virtue of the
iwwer within me vested do hereby oiler a reward
In tho sum of five hundred (t-'iOO) dollars to be
paid out of tho treasury of tho Territory for
the arrest and conviction of the person or j:r
sons who committed tho aforementioned
In testimony whereof 1 have hereunto set my
hand nnd caused tho great seal ot the Territory
to be nfllxcd.
Done at I'luenix, the capital, this 20th day of
July, A. I)., lS'JO. 1.KWT8 Woi.fi.ev.
lly tho Governor.
Signed: Nathan 0. Mciiiuiy
Secretary of Territory.
Maricopa and Ptemx Railroad.
In effect June 15, 18!)0.
& Frelg't "-
A. M. B
Trains stop on signal.
Trains mako eloo connection with Southern
Pacific trains. Connect nt Tempe with stages
for.McsaCity, Jonesvllle and Fort McDowell.
At I'hiBiilx with stages for l'rescott, Glllctt,
Wicketiburg and Vulture.
C. H. MASTKN, Vice-1'res. and Manager.
Slid Steel Water Pipe
MINING AND IRRIGATION PURPOSES
Well CiMiiiix anil Iron Tanks.
Agents for Pclloii Water Wheel.
Prices Quoted on Application. P.
0. Uox No. 251, Station C, Los An
West side of Church Plaza; Finest Iteslauraut
South of San Francisco.
PRIVATE DIM.NG K001S, STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
ALEX. R0S3I AND JOB MICOTTI.
.rotiisr o. smith,
Office: Care U. S. Surveyor-General,
U. H. DKPUTY SUItVKYOR,
rpiIE SANTA CKUZ VALLEY HANK,
11. M. JACOBS, .... Phksident
SAMUEL HUGHES, VlCK-I'BKsiriENT
CAPITAL l-AID- UP, f'.0,Xx).
Buys on makes advances on gold
Dust or Hnlllon, makes advances on City
or County Warrants. Escrows received. County
nnd Municipal bonds Negotiated. Drafts und
Telegraphic Transfers on New York, Chicago,
St. lxuls, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Hills
of Exchange on all European points.
Large Fire-Proof Vault at Service of Our Friends
Lonilon.Pnris and American Hank, San Francisco
Hanover National Hank,
nauK oi uoinmerce,
Union National Hank,
M. P. FltEEMAN, CASHIEK.
ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE
ConereKH Wt 'I'uHcon.
I lot Drinks.
FINEST SALOON IN TIIE CITY.
A Hot hunch .Served Free Every Day,
JIMMIE IiROWX. Pi'opi'ictoi
J. FRANK &CO.,
Wholesalo Dealers iu
DEY :-: GOODS.
THE BEST CONNECTIONS EAST
Wholesale :-: Buyers.
y-(HVK US A TltlAL.-fS'l
J. A.. BLACK,
1111 Congri'KH St., 'J'uchoii, j.vv.,
HOWARD :: WATCHES.
Finest work dono at short notice. Orders by
mall or express especially solicited.
THE MOST ENCHANTING SPOT
FINE HOAT1NO AND FISHING
2 Miles from Tucson 2
A Pleasant Drive on a Good Koad.
The Only Road-House in (lie Territory
THU LEXINGTON' STABLES, AT TUCSON.
Finest eijuliiagcs In the Territory
Orders may bo scut In from the hotel at the dcimt
CHArtLES It. WOHES, Managkr.
TUCSON, - ARIZONA.
Purchasers of Copjicr, Lead. Silver and Gold ore
KeturiiB made as soon as the Ore Is sampled and
Hales ou Ores Can be Obtained on Application
In iorsoii or by mall, nt the office of tho
Works. Tuscou. Ariz.
Wm. H. HAltNES,
JOHN II. 1IAHTIN,
Wm. C. HOBSON.
Law Offices, Tucson, Ahizoka
JOHN 11. THOMAS,
Washington, D. C.
'J' ir ic
National Bank of Arizona,
M. W. KALES, President.
SOL. LEWIS, Vlce.Prcldent.
GEO. W. HOADLEY, Cashier.
Caiiiiiil. Paid Up,
5! 1 00,000
M. W. Kalf.h, J. Y.T. Smith, Sou Lewis
CIUKI.K8 Goldman, Gko. W. Hoadlkv.
The Hank of California San Francisco
Agency of Hank of California. ..... New York
The Farmers' and Merchants' Hank. Los Angeles.
TheNatlcna nk of Commerce .. .St. Louis
ConsolIdd tional Hank Tucson
Hank of Arizona l'rescott
N. ii. Jtothschtlds & Sons London
Tho best 25 cent meal In Phirnlx.
HOAUI) BY TIIE MONTH.
IIOAHD BY THE WEEK..
WASHINGTON STKEET, .EYT TO CAPITAL SALOOX.
THE BEST KHOWN REMEDY.
"Il.ti.C" .iies (ionorlio'a and
G be tin 1 to.MJnjK, uilbout 1'nln.
Prevents Stricture. Contains no
acrid or poisonous substances, nnd
U Rtinrantcpd absolutely harmless.
Is prescribed by physicians nnd
rccoincnded by druKirTsts. Prlco SI.
Sold bydniilsts. Hewaroof fiiib
tltiitc.Acinn('hcm.Co.T.td..N.O.T.a Foi: Salf. by Peoples' Drug Store, Phrcnlx, A. T.
If yon want a map made of your mine co to
Dyer for It. If yon want a ntup of any of the
canals goto Dyer for It. If you want a sketch
of your ranch or other projierty go to Dyer for
It. If you wish to Illustrate a atent riKhtfro to
Dyer for It. All work done at reasonable rates.
Office at residence, near corner of Van Buren
and Center streets, l'hicnlx, Ariz. C. J. Dyeb.
SOUTHERN :-: PACIFIC
COA IPA NY
O.rjC A. M DAILY, MIXED TKAIN FOK
'"-' Tucson, Benson, Lordsburgh and In
6 .OCA. M., DAILY, PACIFIC EXPKESS
" for points In California, Nevada, Ore
gon and Washington.
n AR A- M- AII.Y, ATLANTIC EXPKESS
vy.-r for Tucson, Benson, Demlng, El Paso,
San Antonio, Houston and New Orleans.
R.n '' DAILY, MIXED TKAIN FOK
'-' ' Yuma and intermediate stations.
T. II. COODMAN.
Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Gen. Traffic Manager.
XJ. F NILSON,
WATCH REPAIRING DONE IX FIRST-CLASS MANNER
CENTEK STREET. I'IKEXIX.
R. G. ANDRE
Saddle and Harness Maker.
I nin tiettcr equipped for doing the finest class
of Saddlery and Harness work than nny other
house In the Territory, and I can defy competi
tion In both quality und price. I call especial
attention to my heavy Harness and Stock Sad
dles, both of which I guarantee as superior to
nythliiK sold elsewhere in the Territory.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE AND UP
bolstering. Mattreses recovered and re
paired. Carpets sewed and laid. Shop next to
Phccnlx Plaining .Mill, Maricopa street.