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Tlilfl AKIZONA RldFU-BLlOAJST. PIICENIX, THURSDAY MOItNING. AUGUST 28. 1890.
ABOUT BEI11UNG SEA
CANAIA WANTS TO TAKi:
liettlrn of Hlr John Tliuiiiimmi l'rom Ills
Ciirtrrnr Willi the HrltMi MlnUtry
on Oil' Sulijt-ct.
Oitawa, August 517. Sir Joliu Tliomp
Bon, Minister of Justice, bits returned
from Kuglnml where lio went to lay tlio
Canndinu ease in connection with tlio
lleltring Sen question before tlio llritisb
government. That the position of the
pending negotiations between Great
ISritaiu and the United States is far
from psitisfnctory, is not !i die lilt to dis
cover from tlio way in which the matter
is referred to by members of tlio cab
inet. Sir John Thompson says England
will not recede from tlio position she has
taken to protect the right of her
Canadian colony. It appears that the
Canadian government is opposed to
hnving tho matter referred to arbitra
tion and urged the British govern
ment to nt once proclaim tho
right of tho Canadian sealing
vessels to enter Uehring Sea mid
insists upon thu United Stntes reimburs
ing tho owners of the seized sealers for
the loss sustained. Sir John found the
British government to bo fully de
termined to proposo arbitration as t
means of settlement in the absenco of
any satisfactory understanding being
arrived nt with tho United States.
Another Ailjciiiriiiiirnt Tiiki'ii to An nit tlio
Pursuant to adjournment tho Repub
lican Territorial Convention met at the
Opera House yesterday at 10 a. in.
Webster Street, a member of tho Ter
ritorial Central Committee, called the
Convention to order in the absence of
tho Chairman mid Secretary.
Upon informal motion it was agreed to
meet in caucus at 7:30 p. in., at the
A committee, consisting of J. B.Wood
ward, Geo. K. Brown and N. A. Morford,
was appointed to tender to the Demo
cratic County Convention tho uso of tho
Opera Houso for the day and evening.
Upon motion of George E. Brown tho
Convention took a recess until 10 a. in.
Thursday, to await tho arrival of delayed
The decorations of tho linll wero very
handsome. Back of the stage wero
draped two largo American Hags, caught
back to display n portrait of General
Grant, abovo which perched a soaring
eagle,tho emblem of victory. Still alwve.a
picture of Abraham Lincoln had the
placo of honor. At the sides of the
stngo wero placed portraits of Harrison
and .Morton. At the back of the hall,
from tho balcony, looked down the face
of the lamented Garfield. Ferns occu
pied tho corners of the rostrum and Hags
and bunting were tastily festooned.
Herbert Patrick had charge of tho deco
rations and to him the major portion of
the credit is due.
Their State Convention Condemn Speuker
Iteeil mill the TarllV lllll.
Si'kinufielu, O.. August 27. At a
meeting of the Democratic State Con
vention today Thaddeus E. Crowley, of
Pickaway county, was nominated for
Secretary of State. Georgo II. Gluey, of
Franklin, was nominated for Jtujgo of
the Supremo Court. Leopold Keeferwas
nominated n member of the Board of
The platform adopted declares that
tariir taxes should bo for reve
nue only. Tho party favors tho free
coinage of silver at it's present ratio with
gold and favors equitable pension laws.
The Federal Election bill is denounced
as a measure begotten in pnrtisnn des-
iieration to perpetuate tlio power of the
tepublican Party." The lilatform con
cludes "wo denounco the despotic code
of rules ndopted by tho present Housoof
National Representatives and the lawless
and arbitrary proceedings of its presiding
ollicer as the direct results of criminal
conspiracy to plunder the treasury anil
oppress the people and to perpetu
ate tho fraudulently acquired ierof
the Republican party."
T1IK MISSING I)i:i.i:lATKS.
Arrive I.axt Kunlni; on 11 bpeclnl Trnlu
Tho special train bearing the missing
delegates arrived in Pha-nixlastovcniiig
at about 10 o'clock. The following rep
resentatives wero on board from tho
different counties named:
Graham County Frank Dysart.
Pima County Herbert Tennoy.
Apache County Judge Itobt. E. Mor
rison. Cochiso County Colonel Win. Her
ring, Geo. J. Myers, Lewis Williams, E.
It. Mason, Win. Hughes, N. A. Harvey,
Geo. F. Meek. N. W. Storer, Win. Ger
wein, Major Montnndou, N. T. Nichols.
A United State Mnnihal Arrests Set en
Alderman In Maine.
BiuiiHFoni), Me., August 27. A sensa
tion was created this morning when
United States Marshal Sanders placed
under arrest seven Aldermen of Bidde
ford and took them to Portland on war
rants from the United States District
Court. Thoy aro charged with neglecting
to striku from the Biddeford voting list
tho names of parties not legally entitled
to vote, and for conspiracy in arranging
a place on tho list for names of persons
not legal voters. The action is tho cul
mimation of recent naturalization
troubles in Biddeford.
coming to a focus.
The KiilfihU of Labor Will Call Out Kv
New Yokk, August 27. Tho Knights
of Labor havo played their last card
against the New York Central railroad.
All thoy can do now is to await tho re
sult. By tonight they will havo called
out every man who owes them allegiance
and tho strike will bo enforced as strong
as tho organization can enforce it. Hail
road officials ridiculo tho efforts of Pow
derly to tie up tho Central.
Milwaukee, August 27. Tho Demo
cratic State Convention met at noon,
Tho Convention will, without doubt,
demnud a repeal of tlio Bennett school
laws. Tho usual committees wero ap
pointed, with Hon. W. F. Vilas as
chairman of tho committco on resolu
tions. A Locomotive l'laya Havoc.
Mansfield, Ohio, August 27. A loco
motive on a freight train on tho New
York, Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroad
exploded this morning. Uotli4 engineer
and llroman wero instantly killed. The
tiro communicated to somo oil cars, ot
which flvo wero destroyed.
Idaho Ilemiiciatx Nominate.
Boise City, Idaho, August 27. Tho
Democratic Slate Convention completed
its ticket today as follows: Secretary of
State, E. A. Sherwin, of Shoshone;
Auditor, J. 11. Wickershain, of Owyhee;
Treasurer, T. A. Began, of Ada; Attorney-General,
P. II. Johnson; Super
intendent of Public Instiuction, N. A.
Kelly, Niv. Perces; Justices of the
Supremo Court, E. N. Maxwell, Nez.
Perces, F. A. Ensign, Albina, and II.
W. Weir, Ada. The convention then
adjourned tine die.
Tho crowd in attendance nttlie Petn,
luiiut, Col., fair yesterday was immense.
The Southern Pacific Railroad's rofusal
to arbitrato with tho trainmen may
Tho flagship Charleston has been
ordered to return at once to Honolulu to
protect American interests in tho Ha
For a first-class breakfast go to tho
Maricopa House, at Maricopa.
Foil Kent House with live rooini,
corner Jell'erson and Aribiapa streets.
Kent, $20. Apply at Uki'imii.iuan ollice.
Fon Kent. A spacious, cool dwelling
closo to business center. Enquiro at
ollice of Goldman & Co. UO-tf
Foit Kent Centrally situated resi
dence of three rooms; cool and pleasant.
Apply at this office.
Go to Lemon Hotel for first-class ac
commodations. Newly renovated, and
new management. Sample rooms and
electric lights. Miss. S. C. Diiew.
Dyer's largo now lithograped bird's
eye view of Phtenix, neatly rolled ready
to mail, for sale at
Prowell's Opera House Drugstore.
Eschnian's Drug Store.
Seilig's Cigar Store. 8S-1 18.
Atchlnon, Topeka .V Santa I'd Kallroad Co.
Tho present schedule of train service
on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe,
from El Paso and Doming, is an excel
A fast express connecting with tho
Southern Pacific leaves El Paso and
Doming, early each afternoon, making
the run to Uincon, and from Wallace to
La Junta, by day light, arriving at Kan
sas City evening of second day and
Chicago morning of third day after
departure. This train carries Pullman
palace sleepers from El Paso to Kansas
City, and Los Angeles, to Chicago, with
Pullman tourist sleepers, Los Angeles
to Kansas City, making direct connec
tion at La Junta, for Pueblo, Colorado
Springs and Denver. And at Burton, for
St. Louis via "the Frisco line," which
is now a part of tho Santa Fe system,
an additional Pullman sleeper is at
tached at Las Vegas, running through
without change to Denver via Trinidad
and La Junta.
"The Santa Fe route" aims by its fafct
time, lino equipment and reasonable
rates to merit the patronage of the trav
eling public. For further information
address C. II. Moiehouse, D. F. & P. A.,
El Paso, Texas.
For the information of those who in
tend taking a trip east, wo invito your
attention to the following: The Atchi
son, Topeka & Santa Fe aro selling round
trip tickets to points east at a faro and
one-third foi the round trip. To Chicago,
Cincinnati, St. Louis, Ixmisvillo and
Kansas City, tickets will bo limited for
return thirty days. To points cast of
abovo named cities the limit will be
October 31, Tickets aro on salo atall A.
T. ik S. F. coujion ticket ollices in New
Mexico. Having a through car service
to Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City,
wo ask your patronage if you intend go
ing east. Wo have tho " linen trains
from tho Southwest, through sleepers
and quick time. See that your tickets
read via. tho Santa Fe route. For any
information regarding rates, connections
etc., call or address C. II. Morehouse,
Div. Ft. and Pass. Agt., El Paso, Tex.
Redondo Beach, Cal.
This new and magnificent hotel was opened to
the public May lit. It In thu mofct thoroughly
cqulpiH.il and bust furnished house on thu l'a
clUc Coast. Two hundred and feventy-Ihc
rooms, replete with ovcry coincidence: fire
place, hot and cold water, incandescent lUlits,
electric call and return ) stem. Standing 1 a the
center o( u tucnty-tuo acre tract, under high
cultivation, two hundred feet buck from the
ocean btult. Arc lights on the grounds. Finest
surf bathing 111 A uicrlcu. Tho house has rt line
Otis elevator and by far the handsomest music
and dancing hull In Cultlornla. Thu dining
room Is a perfect gem of urtlstio perfection, su
perbly furnished and so arranged that every
scat commands a view of thu ocean. There Is a
gallery at one end, where a flue bund plays for
the evening dances; also playing on tho eruuda
In tho morning, In thu music and dancing room
at night. Morning germuus Hill tx: a feature of
thu house. Thu cuisine will alio bu a promi
nent factor. Thu house uud surroundings nru
simply perfection new, sweet and clean and
must bu seen to ou appreciated. The Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Ku runs six trains dully from
Los Angeles. The compuny own their ou n rail
road, running to Los Angeles, connecting with
thu Grand Avenue cable system, running twelve
Unely-equlppcd trains dally each way, lauding
passengers right back of the hotel. There Is a
pier, where boats from San Frtmclsco, San Diego
and other points niaku regular landings. Steam
and sailing yachts can bu had. The fishing Is
thu finest on thu coast. There is a blulT and in
terior drive, commanding a flno view of the
ocean, San Gabriel valley, Wilson's Teak, Old
lluldy, Sierra Madro range of mountains. Terms
same as other first-class houses. Special rates
for permvuents and families. All letters address
to the manager.
E. W. ROOT, Mauiiffer.
L. J. WOOD.
Greene & Wood.
Abstracts, Loans s Insurance
J?honlx, - - iVrlxoim.
A IiSTIlACTS OF TITLE-IIAVINO THE
f. most corapleto set of Abstract Hooks In
Maricopa County, wo can furnish abstracts of
ltanch.Clty, Mlno or Canal property on short
notice and reasonable terms.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance written in
the best companies doing business on tho I'aclflo
coast. UllEE.NE A WOOD,
Tho quickest returns for the least money are
to be obtained from the Republican's Want
Columns. Situations Wanted, Help Wanted,
For dent, For Bale, To Let, To Exchange,
One Cent a word each Insertion, or by the
month at Five Cents per lino per day.
17WNTED-A 1'I.KASANT FUKNISIIEI)
l room, with or without board, for elderly
gentleman. Address A, The Uki-uulican.
"ANTi:i)-KOOM AND lloAltlUN OuTlT
Iioiims hy )imiiik 1111111. Will sleep during
thu day. Address II, Tun ItKi'imMtMN.
f.'.Wperday. Apply D E. Keating, Mills
House, between f and ;i in thu afternoon.
-IOU HAI.E-TWO OniXDIXG l'ANS, ONE
1 Settling run, mid one. l'-iv.' I Engine. All In
llist-cluss condition, and will be sold cheap. In
quire ut THIS OKI'U'E.
1JV1K SALE-KIND, GENTLE MAKE; WILL
l1 sell very cheap; apply atCAl'ITALCOHllAL
STItAYEI) Olt STOLEN -FltOM UNIVEH
Ity Addition A black bull calf, seven
months old, w Ith short horns. Alio a red calf
about the same age, with broad white stripe
across the shoulders. Suitable reward for their
return. A. I'. WALIHtlDOE.
-IO TO THE FASHION HAKHUK SHOl' FOU
VJI shaving, hair cutting, shampooing, bath
ing, hair singeing. I Jul lea work done at the shop
or residence. Prices to suit the times. Opposite
IhoOpeni House. FltANK SHIKLEY, pro
prletor. 1O.MMF.r.0IAL HOTEL, COKNEK GENTEK
Vjund JcllerMiu streets. Only housu emiiloj Ing
white help throughout. HKKltlUK & LUllKS,
1OIt SALE-TWO FINE STEAM llOILEHS.
L One Is almost new, It inches by Id feel,
rated at S.' horse-power. Tho other Is In good
condition, II iuchus by 2 feet, ruled nl'M horse
power. As Ihauno further use fur these
Inilleri, they lielng too small for my uso, I oiler
them for -uIo complete iit'a rare bargain. They
maybe seen at thu l'hcenlx Ice Worki, east of
depot. l'lEltltEI'ONT M1NOK.
Citrus Water Company, principal place of busl-ue-s,
Sun llernurdluo, California.
"VfOTICE Is hereby given that a meeting of
i thu directors, held on the 2Mb day of
June, 1MW, an assessment of ono dollar per
sharu was levied upon thu subscribed stock of
the curH)ruttou, payable on thu 15th day of
September, lh'.J, to tho First National Hank of
San llernurdluo, California. Any stock ukjii
which this assessment shall remain unpaid on
the 1.1th day of September, loin), will bo delin
quent and advertised for sale, at public auction,
and unless payment Is made before, will be sold
on thu 1st day of October, lS'JO, to pay delln
iiueut assessment, together with costs of adver
tising and expense of sale.
JAMES E MACK', Secretary,
ltoom 11, Hurt llloek,
W-101 San llernunllno, Cut.
CAI'lTAI. COKUAI. ANll I'KKll YAltll.
Thu U'St of curu given boarded stock. Accom
modation wagons to and from nil trains. Hag
gage called for and delivered. WM. ZENT.
rou s.vi.i: on tkaiiii.
Two stallions, Norm and Ilurdo, can he
bought so cheap as to frighten you. Easy pay
ments with good security, or will trade for bay,
grain or beef cattle. Address For' Coble or I'.
o. box :tyl, I'luenlx. jjttwXd
Ollice Hoom 5, Thlbado Hulldlng. References:
I-aelcde Hunk, St. Ixiuls; II, U. l'owcr, President
First National Hank, Starkville, Mfss.; F. II.
Marshall, Cashier Woodstock Iron Company,
Dl!. J. IIAKDY, DENTIST. ALL WOKK
Guaranteed. Young Hulldlng, opposite
Commercial Hotel, l'hccnlx, Ariz.
L.STEKN, M. 1). PHYSICIAN AND 8UK
.genu. Ollice over Farley & Grant, Coats
building, Phoenix, Arizona.
J II. W'OODW'Allt).
L. II. CHALMERS.
A fOODWAKD .t CHALMERS, ATTOIiNEYS
V V Hl-WW. 11D0111A , UUU V, 11UUUUU UlllllllllK,
AKKH A CAMPBELL, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Ollice. Oter National Hank.
HF. IIOHINSON, SURVEYOR AND
.draughtsman All work done promptly,
correctly and neatly. Ofllco with the Arizona
1LARK HOWARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ollico in Porter block, Plneulx, A. T.
rinwNAIIAlERNb"i," rTX" J?.,
A. Stated convocation on tho K'cond Monday
01 each mouth. J. 1). Creamer, II. P., C. 11.
t RIZONA LODGE NO. 2, F. AND A. M.
i. Stated meetings on the first Tuesday of
each month. Da) ton A. Reed, W. M., C. II.
ARIZONA DEGREE LODGE .NO. 2, 1). OF II.
Meets second and fourth Thursday evening
of each month. Miss Nettle Carrier, N. G., C. H,
4 O. U. W. PIUENIX LODGE NO. 5.
.Za.. Regular meeting every Wednesday even
ing In Pthlan Hall. D. P. Conroy, M. W O.
II. Rothrock, Recorder.
ANTON ARIZONA NO. 1, PATRIARCHS
I j Militant, I. O. 0. F. Meets third Tue-day
of each month. John Gray, Commandant, N.
E. Morford Clerk.
1?ND YM ION LEGION A. oTuTw. MEETS
It second and fourth Wednesday of each
mouth. F. M. Caruowskl,Coinmunder, G. II.
JS Meets second and fourth Tuesday owning of
each mouth. Georgo A. Mlntz.C. P., C. S. Scott,
C1 A. R. JOHN W. OWEN POST NO. B2.
I. Meets llrstaud third Wednesdays of each
month at Masonic Hall. W. T. Woods, Com
munder, C. II. Knapp, Adjutant.
KOF P. PIKENIX LODGE NO 2, MEETS
. on thu first and third Fridays of each
month In Pythian Hall. V. A.MiUlnnessC.O.,
F C. Klbbey, K. of R.
BIRD'S-EYE PICTURE OF PIKENIX
Is 10 inches long and 30 Inches wide, Is
LITHOGRAPHED IN SEVERAL COLORS
And shows every houso In Pha-nlx,
from thu Capital Addition on the West
to the Territorial Asylum ou thu East.
ALL THE STREETS ARE NUMBERED
All tho additions nro shown ; also tho
Salt ltlvcr Valley, Grand, Maricopa
and Arizona Canals
Can lio Scnl lo Any Part of (he Unifeil Stales
Or Europe by Moll. THICK, 83.00
Can bo procured of
O. .T. DYER, - Phoenix
D. H. BURTIS,
TIN, COPPER AND
STOVES ami RANGES, GAS and GASOLINE STOVES
Plumbing Material, Pumps, Pipe,
Brass Goods of all descriptions,
Mining Job Work Attended to.
Tin and Corrugated Iron Roofing.
All kinds of Job Work, Plumbing
Gas and Steam Fitting, Tin and
Copper Work a Specialty. All
WORK STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
ASSIGNEE'S :-: SALE
PY ORDER OF THE
1. 2l. xj.
I am authorized to sell the entire stock of Dry Goods, Cloth
ing, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, etc. Regardless of Cost.
Within so Days
Counters, Shelving and
S. MARKS, Assignee.
eOLDMAI & CO..
Summer Goods at
In looking over our lines of Summer Goods we find our
selves largely overstocked. We arc compelled to make a
clean-up before starting to purchase our Fall Stock.
Now, the only way to accomplish our point in these hard
times, is to slaughter goods and bring them within the reach
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
Underwear at Cost. Straw Hats below Cost. Low-Cut
Shoes are away down.
A call at our Store and an examination of goods and prices
will convince anyone that this
HHU FIJI HOUR SA
Should you be hard up for Cash,
Burisra nsr your products
And you are suro to find a market with us, if nowhere else.
GOLDIM & CO.
RETAIL, DEALER IN
CItKDITOKS OF THE
Store Furniture for Sale.
Tom1 Own Fijrores
A. GOLDSCHMIDT & CO,
ARDERS BY MAIL I'ROMITLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENI KD TO.
Sole Agents for the Victoria Mineral Water, tlio only Genuine Mineral
Water in tliia Territory.
THE GREAT EASTEEN.
Wo Have Concluded lo Close Out Our Pliunux House.
AVE WILL 0ITER 0UE ENTIRE STOCK
Cutlery and Platcdware
At Reduced Prices
UNTIL THE STOCK IS
We Havo Closed
Parties Indebted to Us
A Hare Opportunity
IS NOW Ol'TEUKD TO ANYONE WISHING TO ENGAGE IN
A Eirst-Class Business.
-AS WE ARE KNOWN TO UK THE
-In Our Line
and Straw Hats
ENTIRELY DISPOSED OK
Ouv Books and "Will
Will Please Call mid Settle.
In the Territorv-