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THE ARIZONA TtEPUBLKJAN. PIICEN1X, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28. 1890.
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Uslicx It rates In full, mid cxnctl) n tliey are.
Sprclnl position -uls i"i per cent, extra.
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VU Coiitr.irUand bills foradvcrtMiiK iy
Republican Territorial Convention.
In accordance vv llli 11 resolution passed by the
Republican Territorial Central Committee the
itepubllctiii Terrltoriul Convention will runt one
In the ell) of Pliienlt, on tho hist Tiicwlaylu
Antrim tlie .''. at tlio lionr of 10 X) o'clock a in.
lor the pnrHie of nominating ono person for the
ofilce of Delegate to I'ongrcss. one jiernoii for
tho Superintendent ol rutiue instruction, one
perwin for t'oniicllman at I-nrgc iroiiithe North
ern District, composed of the Counties of Yava
pal, Vpicho, Molmve, Yuma anil Maricopa, and
mm tu.rxnn for Councilman at Uirce from the
Southern District, composed of l'luia, CochUe,
(Iraham, (Ilia anil I'lnal Counties I lie Itcpub
llcans of the various counties are therefore In
vited to i-cleet delegates to tlio wild Contention
In such manner as shall seem to them Just anil
appropriate ami the delegates shall be apxir
tloueil amnni: the t arlous counties as per resolu
tion of tho Central Committee t li one delegate
fop ever) fifty totes cast for tho Legislative
McVot. and one for a fraction of llfty titer
twenty lite votes cist for miiiio. ticket, In the
oieetion of Xoteiuber C, ISns The representa
tl in of the tiiTlims counties ulll Ui as follows
la lie 7 Mnrlcopa . IV
C ii tine li Pima It.
(Ir.ihaui . 7'1'uiul . . . 8
(lil V Yuma 4
Motinte t Yatapal . 21
II) ruling of the Chairman of the Territorial
( ji'ii.iltteeanil by preiedent It Is understood
Unit proxies to the i (invention tilllonl lie held
in in."iln.rsof the cnnteutlon from the ante
c 1 1 iilei as the proxies
1' ie Hep ibllcaus of Vrlzona iHinHilently enter
.. t ie i-iiniialgii at handasMuz of ConKresi
n . I tht tdiiilnUtratliiiiat tahlngton adiitls
. i en ihe I'liioii of States and the full prltl
il '. ( i Itlrenshlp to all uithln tho iMinlers of
ih present rerrltory, Iwlletliig that our ieullh,
nu uIkts, Intelligence an 1 rights as citizens of
mo Cnlted sutes entitles us to Mich cousldera
ti i uud privilege All cltiiens of the Territory
wliiMlete In the pure priutlples of Itcpub
Uciiilsin and lu tlio complete and full eujoy-uii-.ii
uf t ItUeushlii foretery eltUen of Arizona
ure ir II illy Invited to Join the jmrty In an
riirtii-i-t atiempt to gain a Kcpubllcan suecess at
ti i ill elections hlt'h will Insure to tho peo
pu if Vri'iiiiuitll tho rights and privileges as
cm.- is tu it hleh the) are entitled
Chairman ltcp Cent Com
"See ) Uei Cent Com
rUESIlAY, OCT. II.
1. Uunnliig btftVe. 2 year-olds, bred, raised and
owned In Arizona; J mile dusli.
Kutraucc, $'Oi added money, $V).
2. -Trotting, htiilllou Hale; mile hcats,.l In 5.
Entrance, fiV, added money, JIJ'i.
3. Trotting. :t minute stake; mile heats, ,! In 5.
Entrunce, Jj; added money, f75.
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 15.
I Trnttlni? O'lll fitiitd mil. i tw.,i n l,i 1 l.i
trance, ?.V), added money, ?A).
5. HuuuliibV a ) car old stake; iiille, 2 In 3.
Pli t ri tifttt t ) ixilili.l mniiiiif T1
HIIIIUII(V Ti' IIUUVU (llWtlVf fill
-Hunnlug. For all ages; one mile dash. En
trance, ?iJ, added money, f 75.
Under the maungemcut of tho
Mexican International Hanking Co.,
CONWSION Villi S.
Incorporated by thobtateof Chihuahua, Jlex.,
FOR CIIA1HTABLK PURPOSES
Will lMy 1'nr UN Tips.
St.N 1'n t( 1st (i, August 20. The jury
trvui' Will'mni 1'iillon for felony in tuj)
jnng the Western I'nion telegraph ttires
to git "tips" on eastern races, in .Judge
Murphy's) eonit, this afternoon, brought
in a u'Vdict of guilty.
r.irced to Kefiisti ii Holiday.
Ji rvKitsoN Cirv, August -'7. Governor
Franci!) li.-'s refused to prov'lauu fcepteiu
Ikt l,or Labor Day, n public holiday
IIoMts ii refusal iH theonlv alternative
he has under tho latts of his Sta'e.
THUU9DAY, OCT. lfi.
-Trolling and Pacing. 2-lS stake; mile heats'
3 In 5. Entrauce, Ji'i: added
8. Trotting. 3 tearold stakes; mile heats, 2 In
3. Kutrauie, ?25; added money, $75.
9. Running. For all ages; -mlle dash. En
trance, 25; added money, .V).
10. Trotting. 2 )tar-old8take;inlloheats,21n3.
Entrance, f25; added money, $50.
FKIDAY, OCT. 17.
11. Uunnliig. Free for all; mile heats, 2 In 3
Kutrauce, $25; added money, $100.
12. Trotting or Pacing Free forall: mile heats,
3 lu 5 Entrance, $V); added
R Hunulug 2 jenr olds; Ji-mllo and repeat.
Entrance, til; added money, $ ).
GItANI) MONTHLY DRAWING
Will take place In public at the City of Juaicz,
(formerly l'aso del Norte), Mexico.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1890.
Under tho personal supcrt lulon of (leiieral John
S. Jlosbyand Mr. Camilo Argucllcs, the former
agentle'iiittii of suih prominence In the United
States that his presemo aloho Is sulllclcnt guar
antco to the public that the drawings will be
held with strict honesty and fairness to all, and
the latter, (tho supervisor of the Mexican (lov
eminent), is of equal standing and Integrity.
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OXLV 00,000 TICKETS. ONLY C0.000 TICKETS
W hole tickets $1; tickets $2; ii tickets $1.
Trotting and pacing tu harness.
American Trotting Association rules govern
Nominations close W'pteuiher 1, lvjo.
One-half of entrance must accompany nomi
nations, balance paid September 2.".
Four or mure entries to fill, three or more to
The Hoard of Directors reserte the right to
hold entrance and start a race with a less num
ber or to declare races oil" vv hen there are less
than three to start, also to trot heats of any two
rau-s alternately, or to call a special race be
tween heats, or to chango the dute of rat e.
Fora "walk-over" In any raw a horse Is en
titled to Its own entrance fee and one half of
the entrain e received from tho oilier mld up
entries of said race, but no added moiie)
A horse winning a rate Is entitled to first
money out) , except w hen distancing the Held
then to tlrst and third money
stakes divided Into three moue)s, GO ier cent
lo tlrst, .90 to second and 10 to third, extcpt In
(ree-for all trot, 2 U)clascs and 2-) iar old dash,
w heu third horse has entrance, 70 ier cent ol
balance to tlrst horse and 00 tvr cent to second.
lUces commence at 1 P X sharp each da).
Illanks for entries can lie obtained from the
The Directors reserve the right to postpone
races on account of bad weather.
J. McM 1 1I.V, Secretary.
lAS'V Oie TUIIZKS:
1 prlzo of $i,0iX) Is $fi0,000
1 prize of lo.oix) Is lo.ixio
1 prize of 5,ui) Is 5,0U0
Sprizcsof l.oixi each, are l.ouo
lOprlesof 200 each, are 2,000
50 prizes of KX) each, ure 5,(xx)
100 prizes of 50 each, arc 5,ouo
250 prizes of M each, are . . . 7.VXI
100 prizes of $'.() each, are . .. .$'i,(Xi
ICO prizes of .10 each, are 3,otio
1(0 prizes of 25 eat h, are 2,500
'' terminals to $u0,uu prize, $20 each, are $11, '.Ki
."HO terminals to $10,UX) prize, $10each, are 5,VNj
THIS IS THE BEST. No other reprint edition
of Webster's Dictionary is so complete as this one. Not
only does it contain ALL THE WORDS THAT NOAH
WEJiSTER EVER DKFJNED, but 10,000 additional new
words have been added to it.
THE APPENDIX f tins edition contains much
valuable matter, as follows: The pronunciation of the
principal European Languages, Quotations, Phrases, etc.,
from Latin, French, Italian and Spanish; Abbreviations,
with seven pages of Mercantile and Legal Terms, etc.
It also contains a table of 15,000 synonyms, 11 pages of a
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pages of a pronouncing vocabulary of Greek and Latin
proper names, 17 pages of a pronouncing vocabulary of
modenrCieographical names, and 1,500 illustrations.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
at all hours of the Day or Night.
1,91 1 prizes, amounting to $125,!)70
We, the undersigned, hereto certify that the
llaueo Nttcloiml of Mexico, In Chihuahua has
on deposit from the Mexican International
llauklug Comuiii) tho netessury funds to guar
autee the pa)ineut of all tho prizes drawn lu
the Grand I ottery of Jimrcc
Wo further certlf) that wc will supervise all
the arrangements, and lu crsou manage und
control all the drawings of this Lottery, and
that the sumo are conducted with honest) fair
uess, and lu good faith tnirurd nil parties
Jons s Mosiiy. Commissioner
Camiio Ai'.aUM.Lrs, Supervisor for the Oov't
If ant ticket drawing a prize Is sent to the
undersigned, Its face talue will lo collected and
remitted to the owner thereof free of charge
EiKJtlt II. IIro.nso.n, El l'aso, lex
President El l'aso National Hank
jYCJ ICX't'S AVAN'l'Kl).
For Club rates or any other Information write
to the undersigned, stating )our address cliarly
wlthstate, Count), btrtet and number More
fflpld mall delivery will beasMircd b) tour en
closing mi entelone liearlng )our full address
MKXU IN l.NTMtNATIUN'AI.IItNhlM) CO.
Clt) of Juarez, Mexico
Send remittances for tickets by ordinary Utter
containing Money Order Issued by all Express
Companies, New York Exchange, Jlnnk limit or
Postal Note Address all registered letters to
MKXtCAS iNTllt.NATIOMI.nANKI.SO CO.
Clt) of Juarez. Mexico.
New York Stock Market.
Ni.w Yokk. August 27. The Stock Market
was dull today and prices moved up and down
within narrow limits. Lute In the afternoon
there was a sharp decline and on cirorts to cover
the market rallied. At the close the market was
fairly active and (Inn but generally close to
lowest tlgures of the day.
The closing quotations today were as follows-
I'ai iflc fis,
Denver and Klo flraude
Ictus Pad tic
Vt ells Fargo Expre"s
Money on call, easier at Vft,C per rent.
Prime mercantile paer 5' (J7c.
Sterling exchange, quiet barely stead),
Sixt) du) bills $1 821,; demand, $ 1 85' ;.
liar silver closed at $1 W.
Loudon .tlom-y Market.
Uv Kit pool, August 27. liar silver, Wdiicroz.
Money,.! per lent.
Liverpool drain tlurket.
I.iveki-ooi., August I Wheat linn, new, No.
2. w Inter, 7s 2d; new , Nu. 2 spring, 7s 7d.
Corn-I'lrin. Spot, Avgust, Is'M'ii Septemlicr,
evv York Mining Stocks.
Nkw Yokk, August 27. Mining stocks dosed
us follows today:
Consolidated California and Virginia .. I IK)
(loiild and Curry .. .. 2 ;l
Hale A Noreross 2 00
Ontario II 00
Ophlr ... .... 4 (V)
Plymouth ... . 3 00
Phii'iilx, Aruomi 1 (X)
Sat age . I OO
Sun rriinelMCo Mining Stocks
StN FniNusto, August 27. Mining stock
closed today us follows: t
Ilest A Ilclcher
Gould A. Curry
Savage . . -
Sierra Nevml i .. .
Yellow Jacket .
Clilcncii I. lie Stock .Market.
CllttAf.o, August 27. Cattle ltecelpts 11,000.
Tho market was higher for prime. Steers $1 W(D
$j 25, Texan", $2 ,"Qz,1 TO, Montana $1 10 I 30.
Hogs Receipts, 210,000. Tho market was
higher. Prlmo packers $1 8.Y41 10; assorted,
heavy and butchers' weights, $ I lVI no, light,
$1 1I X
Sheep -ltecelpts, r.,000. Natives, $1 00l 75;
westerns, $1 OYj.1 10.
Chicago Wheat .Mnrkct.
chic Atio, August 20. K)0 Firm at f."c.
llarley-Sleady nt 7(C5"2c.
Shoulders-$"7V(587li; Shortclcar$5 "0r'"3i
Short ribs, $.5 2j A1.
San rrauelsco .Market.
SiN FiitNelsco, August 27. Wheat (Julct.
Ilii)er season, $1 51 . lluyer "JO, $1 Vi)i.
llarlcy Quiet. lluyer season, $1 I2; buyer,
'yo $1 3C.
Corn-$l 27'i'W 37Jg.
Silver bir $1 lHJiyi 19.
Value of Moxlian dollurs today, W4(d,')i)ic
Now York .tlctul Markets.
Nkw Youk, August 27. Copper Nominal.
Lead- Quiet. Domcsllc, $1 70.
Tin-Firm. Straits $21 U).
TIIK MOST DKLKIHTFUL SUM.MKIi SKASIDK IlKSOHT.
With its ngrccahlo mariiiu atmosphere is the natural change for
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Coronado, with its surroundings, is tho ideal summer seaside resort,
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Amusements in Kvery Variety
Tlie Hotel Del Coronado
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amount of physical comfort it furnishes its guests.
COKONAiX) NATURAL MINIMAL WATKlt
Has many points of excellence. Heing perfectly pure, it is one of
nature's best tonics to the system. It is a Hpc'citiu in bladder and
kidney troubles, and immediately relict us gout and rheumatism.
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35. S. Babcock, Jr., Manager,
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