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TKKKITOItlAI. UKl'lMll.lUAN TICK ITT
Kor Delegate to Congres:
C1EOKUE W. CHEYNEY, OK COCHISE.
For Joint Councilman, Northern District.
J. M. W. M0011E, OF YAVAPAI.
For Joint Councilman, Bouthern District:
W. F. NICHOLS, OF COCHISE.
8II.Vi:it, COITKK ANI I.KAI).
Silver was quoted yesterday at M.IO'J per
ounce; copper at $17.00 per 100 pound, and lead
at JI.STSi I' '00 pounds.
Whkn you want to hear tho real
robel yell, listen to the liowl of
Arizona is fortunate in hor jtuliclnry.
Tho present Supreme Court is an honor
to tho Territory.
"NVk may not bo handsomo but we'ro
awful smart," says a morning paper.
Yes? Ever hear of a swelled head ?
No skwkks should bo laid without
satisfactory arrangements being made
toward carrying oft" the storm water.
Thk establishment of sampling works
in Pluenix would mean tho addition of
at least $20,000 per month to her circu
The number of haudHomo villas erected
in tho additions to l'luvnix show that
the beauties of suburban life arc thor
"You have revolutionized journalism
in Arizona," said an old and prominent
visiting attorney yesterday, speaking to
a Kepuiiucan representative.
Is it possible that Maricopa County
could elect to office a Mormon elder
ono of tho brightest lights in the church
of tho Latter Day Saints? We think
The people of Phoenix especially rely
upon the good judgment and high tech
nical knowledge possessed by Council
man Harry in tho matter of sewering
and other public improvements.
If our morning contemporary feels so
confident of its great circulation over the
Territory it won't havo to go very far to
win or lose $100 in gold coin. The
Rki'Uiiucan is ready to back its state
ments as to circulation.
Attacking) a man openly and boldly
is not stabbing him in tho back. When
The Rkpuiimcan makes charges it
makes them above board and its editor
is prepared to stand by the consequences
bo they what they may.
Theiie is a much better outlook for
hay than was at this timo last year,
lloldingsare not very largo and demands
is fair. Tho last crop of alfalfa is now
boing started upon and will, thanks to
abundant water, be of unusual luxuri
ance. Every resident of Plucnix should
take a ride out over tho valloy. Not
merely for a mile or two outside the
city but go out into tho country ten,
twelve or fifteen miles and see tho won
derful development of tho past two
years, and that now going on.
The Court House "combination" has
a fixed idea that it is firmly seated in
office forever and aye. Rut tlicir cun
ningly devised schemes will fail. Hon
est Republicans, endorsed by tho better
element of tho betrayed democracy, will
sweep tho "ring" from tho political
The Council should be careful in
granting any more building permits,
where a portion of tho sidewalk is asked
fiom tho public to bo devoted to private
uses. Our sidewalks are none too wide
and should be kept clear from all stair
ways or other obstructions. Land on
tho main streets is just as valuable to
tho public as it is to tho privato owners.
It is a fact that shows poorly for the
Republicans of this city or tho industry
of the coinmitto having in chargo the
financial arrangements for tho Terri
torial Convention that almost the ontire
expense has been thrown upon the
shoulders of ono man. That man is
Jerry Millay, ono of tho delegates. It
is not too late yet for the finance com
mittee to begin its rustling.
Experience and education are both
necessary qualifications for such a posi
tion as Superintendent of tho City
Schools of Phoenix. Experience with
out education may cnablo a man to
conduct a district school or primary
grade, but to supervise tho High School
of this city and all tho grammar and
other grades requires a man who em
braces all tho qualifications of a first
Mr. F. M. Zuck, of Apacho County,
should ask his friends to pull him down
into a back seat and tell him to stop
writing letters. Tho Republican Terri
torial Convention is over, tho platform
adopted, and so far, no kicks havo been
heard of excepting from this ono dis
gruntled man who is mad because he
could not run tho Apacho County Con
vention. The paper publishing his rot
shows bad taste, if it is Republican as
it claims to bo. It is time for work and
whatever greivances men have should bo
relegated to tho rear.
SPEAKER HERD'S ADDRRSS.
That was u masterly speech of Speaker
Reed's at Portland, Maine, Thursday
night. Hisuiraignment of tho Demo
cratic parly nnd its revolutionary tactics
in Congress to try to prevent tho ma
jority of that body from ruling, holds up
tho parly of obstruction and of ballot
lox (-tuning in its true liuht. Under
tho old rules one man could block legis
lation for day after day and one-llfth of
tho members of tho llouf-o could abso
lutely prevent nil legislation. It was in
deed high timo for u change, and the
Republican party under Mr. Heed's
leadership did not lieMtiito to make that
chanire and thereby open the way for
the ttork of Congress to go on.
As he well says tho Republican party
hao kept its promises made the people,
and more. It promised a revision of the
tarill'npon the lines of protection. That
promise has been faithfully kept nnd
there is now Hearing Its final passage in
tho Senate tho most perfect tariff legis
lation that Congress has ever devised.
Unliko tho Democratic tmrty, which
promised silver legislation in its plat
forms and on tho stump, and utterly re
pudiated it when it had the power in
Congress, the Republican party kept its
promises on silver legislation, and there
is on our statute books todava law which
provides for rapid coinage of silver and
which is steadily bringing that metal up
to a par with gold.
Thcro is no going back or evasion of
great questions .by the Republican
party. When it makes promises in its
platform it makes them with the inten
tion of carrying them out, if within its
power, and it has never yet faltered in
this respect. Tho Republican party
never dodges issues. It does not frame
one kind of platform in ono State and
another kind in another State. It is a
National party, and from Maino to Cali
fornia Republicans stand on n platform
of tho samo fundamental planks and go
forth to battlo under ono common ban
ner. Voters of Arizona need not hesi-
tato in supporting tho Republican
party. It is pledgd to Statehood for
the Territorv, and as tho party has kept
its promises in the past, so will it do in
Pmr.Nlx has a system of public schools that
are up to tho standing of her enterprise; nnd
progress. They are among the K'sion the Pa
clflo Coast, and that Is saying a good deal, for
the publlcschoolsystemof California la unques
tionably tho most complete, practicable, liberal
and systematic of anything of tho kind in the
So says thoimiM.and wo quite agree
with it. Recauso of tho fact that tho
schools have attained a high standard it
is necessary that nono but tho best
teachers should be employed, nnd espe
cially so for the very responsible posi
tion of Superintendent of tho schools.
A man who fails to pas') the examina
tion for even a second grade certiilcate,
as Mr. Martin did, is not qualified for
the Superintendoncy of tho schools of a
thriving city like Phu-nix, which em
brace a high school. If the lonrl has
made a mistake in its selection it owes
it to tho public to undo that mistake at
tho earliest practical moment nnd select
a man for Superintendent of the city
schools who is not only experienced as
a teacher, but who has tho educational
qualifications to fit him for the high po
sition. The Weekly Repum.ican of Scptem
ler 4 is a splendid number. It contains
tho epitome of tho work of Congress for
the past week, n full account of tho Re
publican Territorial Convention, tho
last day's proceedings of the Democratic
County Convention, description of the
trial trip of tho new cruiser, San Fran
cisco, four columns of editorial, a letter
on tho Territorial prison at Yuma, a
letter from Washington, a letter about
tho famous Hnrquea Ilala mines, des
cription of the Indians on the Colorado
River Reservation, Arizona honey, work
of tho Supremo Court, n large amount of
local and Territorial nows and the latest
market reports. In brief it contains
twenty-eight columns of solid reading
matter and is just such a weekly as any
one would wish to send to distant
friends. Sample copies can be obtained
at tho business office of The Rrithli
can. The Rei'Uiilican is fully prepared to
prove every word it has ever uttered
against Judgo Wright and this npplies
equally to Mr. T. W. Johnson, in the
Apacho county case cited Wednesday.
Any one, bo he from Mississippi or else
where, only shows his ignorance of men
when ho says he thinks no ono con
nected with The Rf.ixmii.ican wroto
its editorial reflecting on tho men
named. Tho editor of this paper
would not bo fit for galley boy if ho al
lowed any man to use his columns for
such charges as those made. Ho is suf
ficiently acquainted with Arizona and
Arizona affairs to neither call on outsiders
or old files to fill his columns. As said
before, if this paper, has made charges
which any ono thinks libelous they can
resort to the courts any day.
For tho Prescott Courier to talk of
foul langungo in n newspaper is good.
When nny ono in Arizona can descend
to lower depths in foulness nnd obscen
ity, in public print, than the editor of
the Courier, ho will have to dig lower
than wo believe it possiblo for any other
person than tho Courier editor to do. In
all tho history of Arizona journalism no
ono hns ever yet been nblo to approach
him in depravity.
iKMr.Jomss II. Wright, tho ex-Democratic
Chief Justico of Arizona is sucii
an eminently pure mnn as Koir.o of our
Democratic papers afreet to believe ho
has all the opportunity in tho world to
prove it. As said before The Rei'UM.i
can is not only prepared to prove all
tho assertions it has made concerning
his corruption upon the bench but many
other things not yet mado nublic.
At last public sentiment in tho South
is awakening to tho horrors of tho sys
tem of leasing convicts. Tho Constitu
tional Convention now in session at
Jackson, Mississippi, proposes an article
in tho new constitution that shall for
ever prohibit tho leasing of convicts after
January, 1801. It is a step that should
bo followed by overy State where tho In
famous practico is in vogue.
" AN ACT
Appi otitic. With Amendments, tlm Puml-
Ini; Art of Arizona.
lie it enacted by tho foliate and Houms of Re
presentatives ot the united states oi America in
Congress assembled, thai the act o tho revised
statutes of Arizona of 18S7, known as "Title
XXXI -Funding," bo and Is hereby, amended
to as to read as follows, and that as amended
tho tamo Is hereby approved and confirmed,
subject to future Territorial legislation; "Tltlo
XXXI Fiindlngand loan. Chapter one. Ter
ritorial, county, municipal ami school district
I'Ait. Aiill. (See. 1.) Forthupurposuof llmildat
lug and providing for tho imyineut of the out
standing and existing Indebtedness of the Tcr
rltnrv n( Arizona and such future Indebtedness
as may be or Is now authorized by law, tho Gov-
crnoroi too saui icmiury, louiei n m
Territorial auditor andTorrltortal secretary, and
their suoco-.sors In olllco, shall comtltuto a
board ol commission jm, to be styled tho loan
commissioners of thoTerritory of Arizona, and
shall havo and exercise the powers and perform
tho duties hereinafter provided.
"Pah. aiHo. (Sec. 'J.) it shall be, and Is hereby,
declared the duty of the loan commissioners to
provide fur the payment of tho existing Territo
rial Indebtedness due, and to become duc.or that
is now, or may lw hereafter, authorized by law,
and lorthopurposo of paying, redeeming ami
refunding all or any part of the principal and
Interest, or either of the existing and subsisting
Territorial legal Indebtedness, and also that
which may at any time become duc.or Is now.pr
may lo hereafter, authorized by law, tho said
commissioner! shall, from time to time, lssuo
negotiable coupon bonds of this Territory when
the ame can Inj done at ft lower rate of Interest
and to the protltund benefit of thoTerritory,
Paii.'JOII. fSeo. 3.) Said bonds shall bo Issued
as near us practicable In denominations ot one
thousand dollars.but bonds of a lower denomina
tion, not less than two hundred and llfty dol
lars, may lo Issued when necessary. Said
bonds shall lienr Interest at a rate lobe llxed by
tnld loan commissioners, but In no case to ex
ceed lit o per centum per annum, which Interest
shall bo paid In gold coin or its equivalent In
lawful money ot tho United States, on tho flf
teenth day of January In each year, at the oftlce
of tho Territorial treasurer, or at such bank In
the city of Now York, In the state of New ork.
or In the city of San Francisco, In the state of
California, or such place as may be des
ignated by said loan commissioners, at
tho option of tho purchaser of said bonds, the
place of payment being mentioned In said
bonds. Tho principal of said bonds shall bo
made payable In lawful money of tho United
States, titty years after the date of their issue.
Said Territory reserves the right to redeem at
par any of said lionds, in their numerical order,
at any timo alter twenty jears after the date
"They shall bear tho date ol their Issue, state
w hen, where, and to t horn payable, rate of in
terest, and when and where payaole, and shall
bo signed by said loan commissioners, and shall
have the seal of the Territory alllxed thereto,
und countersigned by the Territorial treasurer
and bear his olllcial teal, and shall be registered
by the Territorial auditor ill a book to oo Kept
by him for tho purpose, which shall state
amount sold for, or, If exchanged, for what, and
the faith and credit of the Territory, Is hereby
pledged for tho payment of said bonds and tho
f......ut uwruhitr thorfon. as herein nrovldcd.
"1'aii. aili (Sec. i.) Coupons for the
... ....., Htinll l attached to each
bond, so that they may bo removed without
Injury or of mutilation uono. mey snan
bo consecutively numbered and bear the samo
number of the bond to which they are attached,
and shall bo signed by the Territorial treasurer.
i.ti... ...iiii PMintaiiiM Hliali cover the Interest ex
prosed In said bond from tho date of Issue until
paid; but In no case shall bonds bear Interest,
nor shall any Interest be paid thereon for any
time before their delltery to the purchaser, as
berlualter provided. ... .. ...
mug "fin rw..i' At Whenever th J said loan
commissioners may bo authorized by law to
Issue bonds, or shall have decided to refund or
redeem all or any pari ui me guniuc m
,.. ii. u T..rrfii,rv. thuv shall direct the Ter
rltorlal treasurer to advertise for a wile of the
bonds to be Issued for that purpose, by causing
., ,itl nt uni'ti sale to be iiubllshcd for the
period ol ono month In some dally newspaper
OUOUSUeU Ut UIC Vni w, mo v. ..";
at least ouc Insertion In a newspaper
published in tho city of New York, In the Suite
of New York, and in tho city of San liuiiclscu.
in tho Stato of California; such notice shall
swells" the amount of bonds to bo sold, tlm
Place, day and hour of sale, and that bids trill
be received by said treasurer for the purchase of
said bonds within one month from the expira
tion ol said publication; and at the place and
time named In said notice the said treasurer
and 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 have the right to reject any and all
bids: And provided further, That they may
refuse to make any award unless suiliclent
security shall bo furnished by the bidder or
bidders for the compliance with the terms of
''Vac all I. (Sec. 0.1 When the sale of said bonds
shall oo awarded by the loan commissioners
they shall provide and procure tho 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 tho
payment of luterest or money on said bonds,
and all other necessary incidental expenses un
der tho provisions of this act shall be paid out
of the general fund of said Territory, upon tho
order of the Territorial auditor, countersigned
by the Governor; and a sum of money suiliclent
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 an additional
otllclal bond, with two or more sureties, In
a sum equal to the amount of bonds de
livered to him by the said loan commlssoncrs,
which liond shaft lw approved by the Governor
and deposited and filed with the Secretary of
the Territory, and recorded by hlra In a book to
be kept for that purpose. And the said Treasurer
shall stand charged upon his otllclal bond for
the faithful performance ot the duties required
of him under this act.
"l'Ait. "J015. (Sec. 7.) Tho Territorial Treasurer
shall sell said bonds for cash, or exchange them
for any of the indebtedness for tho redemption
of which they w ere so lssued.but 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 01 disposal, nor must any inueuieu
ucss 13 redeemed at more thun Its faco value
and any interest that may lie duo thereon.
"That said Treasurer shall Indorse, by writing
or stamping in Ink on the face of the paper.ew
denclug tho indebtedness received by him In
exchange for said bonds, the timo when and tho
amount for which exchanged. ...
"I'ab. 2010, (Sec. 8.) Moneys received by said
Treasurer shall be applied by him to tho re
demption of tho indebtedness, for tho redemp
tion of which bonds were Issued, and tho Treas
urer shall give 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.
"ISefore any such indebtedness shall be paid
the Territorial Auditor shall Indorse on each
certificate the amount due thereon, and shall
wrlto across the face of each tho date of Us sur
render nnd tho name of tho person surrender
lng,and shall keep proper record thereof.
"I'au. 'J0I7. (Sec. 9.) There shall be levied an
nually, upon the taxable property in this Terri
tory, and In addition to tlio levy for other au
thorized taxes, a suiliclent sum to pay the inter
est on all bonds Issued and disposed of in pur
suance of the provisions of this act, to be placed
in the Territorial treasury, In the fund to be
known as the 'Interest fund.' And llfty years
after such bonds shall have been Issued such ad
ditional amount shall be levied annually as will
pay ten per cent, of tho total amount issued un
til all the bonds iBsued under the provisions of
this act are paid and discharged; nothing here
in contained shall be construed to prevent tho
Legislature of Arizona from creating a sinking
fund during tho life of said bonds for their re
demption at maturity.
"The Territorial Hoard of Equalization, or, on
their failure, tho Territorial Auditor, shall de
termine the rate of tax to be levied in tho dif
ferent counties In tho Territory to carry out tho
provisions of this act, and shall certify tho
same to the 'Board of Supervisors1 In
each county and to the municipal or
school authorities ;and tho said board of supervi
sors, or authorities, are hereby directed and re
quired loonier such rate on their assessment
rolls, In tho same manner and with the same
cflect as Is provided by law In relation to other
Territorial, county, municipal and school taxes.
Kvcry tax levied under tho provisions of author
ity of this act is hereby made a lien against tho
property assessed, which Hen shall attach on
the first Holiday ln March in each year, and
shall not be satisfied or removed until such tax
has been paid.
"All moneys derived from taxes authorized
by the provisions of this act shall he paid into
the Territorial treasury and shall be applied
"First. To tho payment of tho interest on the
bonds Issued hereunder.
"Second. To the payment of tho principal of
such bonds: Provided, That all moneys re
maining In tho Interest fund after the payment
of the interest, and all moneys remaining In
the 'redemption fund' after all said bonds shall
hare paid and discharged shall bo transferred
by tho Territorial Treasurer to the Territorial
"I'ab. 2018. (Sec. 10.) Whenever, after the expi
ration of the llfty years from the date of Issu
ance of any bonds under this act, there remains
after the payment of the Interest as provided In
tho preceding section, a surplus of ten thousand
dollars or more, it shall bo tho dutr of the Ter
ritorial Treasurer to advertise, as in tho manner
of advertising by tho loan commissioners for
bids for sale ol bonds, which advertisement
snail state the amount oi money in mo said re
demption fund, and the number of bonds, num
bering them in the order of their issuance, com
mencing at the lowest numlier then outstand
ing, which such fund Is set aDart to t)av and
discharge, and If such bonds so numbered lu
such advertisements shall not tw presented for
payment and cancellation at the expiration of
such publication, thon such fund shall remain
in the treasury to discharge such bonds when
ever presented, but they shall draw no Interest
after the expiration of such publication. Ho
foro any such bonds shall bo paid they shall bo
presented to the Territorial Auditor, who shall
endorse on each bond the amount duo thereon,
and shall write across the face of each bond tho
date of its surrender and and the name of the
person surrendering. The Territorial Auditor
shall keep a record of all bonds Issued and dis
posed of by tho Territorial Treasurer, showing
their number, rato ot Interest, date and amount
of sale, when, where and to whom payable, and
If exchanged, for what and when presented for
redemption, the date, amount duo thereon and
"ilio j)lirusfiiE3upervis,jiBui iiiucuuiiiicsiuiu
muulc'tnal and school authorities are hereby
authorized and directed to report to tho loan
commissioners of tho Territory their bonded
and outstanding Indebtedness and said loan com
mlssloners may, on written demand, require an
olllcial report from tho board of suicrvisors of
counties, the municipal or school authorities,
f their Winded and outstanding indebtedness,
and said loan commissioners shall provide for
the redeeming or reiunuiug oi tne county, mun
icipal, and school district indebtedness, upon tne
olllcial demand of said authorities, In the same
manner as other Territorial Indebtedness, and
thev shall Issue bonds for any Indebtedness now
allow cd.or that may bo hereafter allowcd.by law
to said county, municipality, or school district,
upon olllcial demand by said authorities; the
county, municipality, or school district to pay
Into tho Territorial treasury, in addition to all
other taxes authorized by law, such amounts as
may bo directed by the Territorial board of
equalization, or on their failure by the Terri
torial auditor, to uo levied lor mo payment oi
tho principal of the lionds Issued in redemption,
refunding, or other lionds issued to such county,
municipality, or school district when the same
shall become due, and In addition a rato of In
terest paid by the Territory on such bonds.
"I'a n. 2019. (Sec 11,) When the treasurer pays
of redeems any indebtedness he shall Indorse,
by writing or stamping in Ink on tho face of
the paper evidencing such Indebtedness so paid
or redeemed, the words 'redeemed and can
celed,' with the date of cancellation. He shall
keep a full and particular account and record of
all his proceedings under the act, and of the
bonds redeemed and surrendered; and he shall
transmit to the Governor an obstruct of all his
proceedings under this act with his annual re
jKirt to be, by the Governor, laid before the leg
islature at Its meeting. All bonks and papers
pertaining to tho matter provided In this act
shall at all times be open to the Inspection of the
party interested, or tho Governor, or a com
mittee of either branch of the legislature, or a
joint committee of both.
"Far. 'JU'O. (Sec. 12.) It shall lie the duty of
tho Territorial treasurer to jmy tho Interest on
said bonds when the same falls due out of said
Interest fund, If suiliclent; and If said fund be
not suiliclent, then to pay the deficiency out of
the general fund: Provided, That the Territorial
auditor shall first draw his warrant on the Ter
ritorial treasurer, payable to tho order of said
treasurer, for the amount of such deficiency
out of the general fund.
"1'aii. 20.il, (See. 13.) It shall bo tho duty of
said loan commissioners to make a full report
ot all their proceedings had under the
Kovlslons of this act to tho Governor on or
foro the first day of January of each year, nnd
said reports shall iio transmitted by the Govern
to the Territorial legislative assembly.
"I'au. ana. (Sec It.) Nobond Issuedunder the
provisions of this act shall be taxed within this
bkc 10. 1 nai uotniug in tuts aci snail ie con
strued to authorize any future Increase
of any Indebtedness In excess of the limit
prescribed by tho "Harrison act." I'rovldcd.
however. That the present existing and
outstanding Indebtedness, together with
such warrants as may be issued for the
necessary and current excuses of car
rying on Territorial, county, municipal, and
school government for the tear ending Decem
ber 31, IK), may also be funded and bonds Is
sued for the redemption thereof; and thereafter
no warrants, certificates, or other evidences of
Indebtedness shall bo allowed to lssuo or be
legal where the same Is lu excess of the limit
prescribed by tho "Harrison act."
That all acts or parts of acts In conflict with
this act arc hereby regaled.
Ai'i'itovKii. June'J.'i, l.v.o
l'KOCLA.MATION OV KIUVAKI).
To whom it may concern:
Whereas, It has come to my knowledge that
Ed. linker, eldest son of J. 11. linker, who resides
at Lookout, on the Sierra Ancha mountains,
about forty miles north of Globe, Gila county,
was murdered lu a most brutal manner by some
person or jicrsons unknown, (though the pres
seiicc ot Indian tracks in tho Immediate vicinity
strongly indicate that the crime was com
muted by Indians).
Now, therefore, I, Louis Wolllcy. Governor of
the Territory of Arizona, by virtue of the
lower within me vested do hereby Oder a reward
In the sum of five hundred (f-JOO) dollars to bo
paid out of the treasury of the Territory for
the arrest and conviction of the icrson or per
sons who committed tho aforementioned
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and caused the great seal of tho Territory
to be affixed.
Done at I'hccr.tx, the capital, this 2Cth day of
July, A. D., lsso. Lewis Wolflev.
By the Governor.
Signed: Nathan O. MURritY
Secretary of Territory.
R. H. GREENE.
L. J. WOOD.
Greene & Wood.
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Fire, Life and Accident Insurance written In
the best companies doing business on the Pacific
coast. OREENE & WOOD,
Slicet Steel Water Pipe
MINING AND IRRIGATION PURPOSES
Well Casinjr and Iron Tanks.
Agents for Pellon Water Wheel.
Prices Quoted on Application. -P.
0. Itox No. 251, Station C, Los An
The quickest returns for the least money are
to be obtained from tho Republican's Want
Columns. Situations Wanted, Help Wanted,
For flent, For Sale, To Let, To Exchange,
One Cent a word each Insertion, or by the
month at Five Cents per line per day.
WANTKD-FUHNITUUK ANI) CAUI'KTS
for a suite of rooms. Anyone having tho
right articles can find cash buyer by addressing
FUltNITUIlK, caro KEI'UIIMCAN Oftlce.
WANTKD-A nitST-CLASS COLOItKI)
barlicr, nn all-around workman, at once.
Fashion llAiuiKitSiior, i'hcculx, Arizona. 107-tf
?(Tk BALK-TWO GUINDINO I'ANsToNK
Settling l'un.nndone 12x20 Knginc, jVll In
first class condition, and will be sold cheap.
quire at this UHtut,
NKW A nVKUTJSKM KNTS.
liy order of tho Hoard of Directors of the Fair
Association, entries for the follow lug races were
reopened, and entries will be received up to
Soptein ber Z but full entranco fee must accom
Tuottino Three minute class.
ItUNNiNii For all ages, one mile dash.
Tuottino Three-year-old stake.
KUNNINO For all ages, quarter mile dash.
IIUNNINO Free for all.
Conditions published in premium lists lo
govern. 109 U) J. MCMILLAN. Secretary.
Ji'OliVil I i!Wli,JI 1III.IUI V'l.'l,, w .ill
1j place, eleven miles west of l'luculx, about
February 1st, ono sorrel mare, brauded 2
on the left hip. Owner will please rail forsaine
pay charges und hike away, or I will dispose of
the animal according to law.
September J, lb'JO. 1US-127 AltTlluit Maislow.
STUAYKU Oil STOLEN FItOM USIVKK--lty
Addition A black bull calf, seven
months old, with short horns. Also a red calf
about the same age, with broad white fctrle
across the shoulders. Suitable reward fur their
return. A. 1'. WALHHIDGK.
-.Til I V VTTlilL- TIII"ll' ,tfl.' Tt MV
G(0 TOTlIi: FASHION HAIIIIKK SIIOl' FOll
r shaving, hair cutting, shampooing, bath
ing, hair singeing. Ladies work done at the shop
or residence. Prices to suit tho times. Opposite
thoOiera House. FHANK SHIKLKY, pro
prietor. 10MMEKGIAL HOTEL, COItNEIl CENTER
wand Jellerson streets. Only house employing
white help throughout, IIEUltlUK & I.UIIKS,
Citrus Water Company, principal place of busi
ness, Sail Bernardino, California.
f OTICK Is hereby given that a meeting 5f
J tho directors, held on tho 2Mb day of
June, Ih'JO, an assessment of one dollar er
share was levied uihhi the sulnwrllicd stock of
tho cortMiratlon, payable on the 10th day of
September, 1MM, to the First National Bank of
Sail Bernardino, California. Any stock uhiii
which this assessment shall remain unpaid on
the nth day of September, 1M0, will be delin
quent and advertised for sale, at public auction,
and unless payment is made before, will lo sold
on the 1st day of Octolicr, 1MK), to iy delin
quent assessment, together w Ith costs of adver
tising and cxiienses of sale.
JAMES E. MACK, Secretary,
i.oom ti, nun mociw,
mi-101 Han Bernardino, Cal.
CAPITAL. C011KAL ANI) I'KKI) VAKI.
The best of care git en boarded slock. Accom
modation wagons to and from all trains. Bag
gage called for and delivered. WM. KENT.
Oillce: Koom 5, Thlbado Building. References.
Laclede Bank, St, l,ouIs; II. C. Power, President
First National Bank. Starkvllle, Miss.; V. II.
Marshall, Cashier Woodstock Iron Company,
jjSRK-ifrTt Tl. J. IIAIUlY, DENTIST.
JSSKSB&Sl i- AU w,,rlt OimmntciMl.
SSKo5-iTm ouug Building, oposlte Com
CuSlIJimcrclal Hotel, Phcenlx, Ariz.
J. U. WOOUWAKI).
L. It. CIlALMEns.
WTOOOWAltl) .t CHALMERS, ATTORNEYS
V V at-law. Rooms T and 9, Thlbodo building,
AKER .t CAMPBELL, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office: Over National Bank.
HF. ROBINSON, SURVEYOR ANI)
.draughtsman. All work doue promptly,
correctly and neatly. Oillce with the Arizona
tLARK HOWARD. ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in porter biocu, manux, a. i.
mZONAcTlAI-TER NO. lR. A. M.,
Suited convocation on the second Monday
ol each month. J. B. Creamer, II. P., C. II.
ARIZONA LODGE NO. 2, F. AND A. M.
Stated meetings on tho first Tuesday ol
each month. Dayton A. Reed, W. SI., C. II.
ARIZONA DEGREE LODUE NO. 2, 1). OF R.
Sleets second and fourth Thursday evening
of each month. Sllss Ncttlo Carrier, N. G., C. S,
Scott, Sec reury.
O. U. W. PIIUCNIX LODGE NO. 5.
Jl, Regular meeting every Wednesday etcn
liig In Pythian Hall. 1). P. Conroy, SI. W., O.
It. Rothrock, Recorder.
"1ANTON ARIZONA NO. I, PATRIARCHS
j Slllltiint, I. O. O. F. SIccts thlnl Tuc-day
ol each month. John Gray, Commandant, N.
E. Slorford Clerk.
17INDYM10N LEGION A. O. U. W. SIEET8
ll second and fourth Wednesday of each
month. F. SI. Czarnowskl, Commander, G. II.
I FLORAL ENCASIPMENT.NO. 2, I. O. O. F.
1 Sleets second and fourth Tuesday ovcnlng of
ea'ch mouth. George A. Mintz.C. P., C. S. Scott,
01 A. R. JOHN W. OWEN POST NO. 82.
T. sreets first and third Wednesdays of each
month at Slasonlo Hall. W. T. Woods, Com
mander, C. II. Knapp, Adjutant.
KOF P. riKKNIX LODGE NO 2, SIEETS
. on the first and third Frldajs ol each
month In Pythian Hall. W. A.SIcGlnnessC.C.,
F C. Kibbcy, K. of R.
J. Xj. Q-A-ISTT,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLE
East JclTurson St., south of Lemon Hotel.
piicientx, .a. a
aants' hack, 'bus and haggago lino meets all
trains, delivers rtassentrors and luliriruire to aliv
part of tho city or Territory. Orders can bo left
at any time with T. II. Seelio, nt tho Capital
J. D. REED,
3SxproHHmim : nntl : Druymtm
Particular attention paid to moving household
goods, piano and safe-moving a specialty.
LEAVE ORDERS AT WELLS, FARGO EXPRESS
The best 25 cent meal In PIiomiIx.
BOARD BY THE SIONTII J 18 CO
BOARD BY THE WEEK 4 00
WASHINGTON STREET, NEXT TO CAPITAL SALOON.
- .- III '
West tide of Church Plaa; Finest Restaurant
South of San Francisco.
PRIVATE DINING ROOMS, STRICTLY FIRST-CLISS.
ALEX. IIOS8I anii JOE MICOTTI.
JOI-IN" O. SMITH,
Office: Care U. 8. Surveyor-General,
V. B. DKPU'J.'Y SORVICYOn.
Santa Cruz Valley M,
Capital, Paid Up, - - - 850,000
B. M. JACOBS, Pbesioent,
SAMUEL IIUOHES. Vice-Phesident,
M. P. FUEEMAN, Cashier.
Large Fire-Proof Vault at Service of Our Friends
London, I'arisaud American Bank, San Francisco
Hanover National Bank, . . New York
Bank of Commerce, . St. Louis
Union National Bank, .... Chicago
California Bank, ... Los Angeles
M. P. FKEEMAN. CASHIER.
ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE
Congn-HH Ht 'X'ubcoii.
FINEST SALOON IN THE CITY.
A Hot Lunch .Served Free Every Day.
JIM.MIE HR0WN. Proprietor.
J. FRANK &CO
WhoIesal Dealers in
DEY :-: GOODS.
II BEST CONNECTIONS EAST
Wholesale :-: Buyers.
1W-GIVE US A TRIAL.-
J". . BLACK,
113 ConRroKH St., 'J'ucHon, Ariz.
H0WAED x WATCHES.
Finest work done at short notice. Orders by
matl or express especially solicited.
THE MOST ENCHANTING SPOT
FINE BOATING ANO FISHINfl
2 Miles from Tucson 2
A Pleasant Drive on a Oood Road.
The Only Road-House in (he Territory
THE LEXINGTON STABLES, AT TL'CSON.
Finest equipages lu the Territory '
'i SI'IVTONDID IS'X'AHIKS if.
Orders may be sent In from the hotel at the depot
CHARLES K. WORES, Manaoeb.
TUCSON, - ARIZONA.
PurchasersofCopicr,Lcad.BilteranJ Gold ores
Returns made as soon us the Ore Is sampled and
Rales on Ores Can be Obtained on Application
In person or by mail, at the office of the
Works. Tuscon. Ariz.
Wm. II. 11AUNES,
JOHN II. SIAItTIN,
WM. C. IIOBSOK.
Law Offices, Tucson, Arizona
JOHN B. THOMAS,
Washington, v. C.
T II IC
National Dank of Arizona.
SI. W. KALES, President.
SOL. LEWIS. Vice-President.
GEO. W. HOAOLEV, Cashier.
Capital. Paid Up, -Surplus,
SI. W. Kai.es, J. v. T. Smith, Sol. Lewis
ClIAKLF.H OOLDMAN, GEO. W. tlOADLEY.
The Bank of California San Francisco
Agency oi "ant of California New York
The Farmers' and Slcrchanls" Ilank.Los Aneeles.
in.- . mi on u us oi commerce ....hi. Louis
Consollilu! MIonal Hank Tucson
Bank of Arizona Prescotl
N. SI. Rothschilds fc Sons London
'THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
'II. (i.e." ( .ret (.otmrhcra and
Oleetln lt .'! J--, without l'alu.
Prevents Stm tt.io. Contains no
ncrldor pol ,':mti substances, and
Is Kiinrantcpd absolutely harmless.
Is prescribed liv physicians and
SoIdbydruKKista. ltewnroof Sub-tltuti-i.Acinot,'hcin.Co.I.td..N.O.r.a
For Hale by Peoples' Drug Store, Phcenlx, A. T.
3: Ji ISJTLSOiN-,
WATCH REPAIRING DONE IX FIRST-CLASS MANNER
CENTER STREET. PHUCNIX.
Redondo Beach, Cal.
This new and magnificent hotel was opened to
the public Slay 1st, It is the most thoroughly
equipped and best furnished house on the Pa
cific Coast. Two hundred and seventy-fire
rooms, replete with orery convenience: lire
place, hot and cold u atcr, Incandescent lljhtf
electric call and return system. Standing I n tho
center of a tw enty-two-acre tract, under high
cultivation, tuo hundred feet back from the
ocean bluff. Arc lights on the grounds. Finest
surf bathing In America. The house has a fine
Otis elevator and by far the handsomest music
and dancing hall In Calltomla. The dining
room Is a perfect gem of artistic perfection, su
perbly furnished and so arranged that every
scat commands a view of tho ocean. There is a
gallery at ono cud, where a flue band plays for
the evening dances; also playing on the veranda
in the morning, in the music and dancing room
at night. Jloralng gcrmans will be a feature of
the house. The cuisine will also be a promi
nent lactor. The house and surroundings are
simply perfection new, sweet and clean and
must be seen to oe appreciated. The Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe runs six trains dally from
Los Angeles. The company own their own rail
road, running to Los Angeles, connecting with
the Grand Avenue cable system, running twelve
finely-equipped trains dally each way, landing
passengers right back of the hoteL There Is a
pier, where boats from Sail Francisco, San Diego
and other points make regular landings. Steam
and sailing yachts can bo had. The fishing is
the finest on the coast There is a bluff and in
terior drltc, commanding a fine view of the
ocean, San Gabriel valley, Wilson's Peak, Old
Baldy, Sierra Sladre range of mountains. Terms
same as other first-clasa houses. Special rates
for permvuents and families. All letters address
to the manager.
E. W. ROOT, Manager.
R. G. ANDRE
Saddle and Harness Mater.
I am lietter equipped 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 call especial
attention to my heavy Harness and Stock Sad
dles, both of which I guarantee as superior to
anything sold elsewhere in the Territory.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE AND UP
holstering. Slattresses recovered and re
paired. Carpets sewed and laid. Shop next to
Pho-nlx Plaining Mill, Maricopa street