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THIS ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX. WEDNESDAY MOItNlNCl, SKPTEMBKR 10. 3890.
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TKKKITOKIAI. UlirUIU.KIAN TIOKKT
For Delegate to Congress:
GEOKOE W. CHEYNEY, OP COC'IUSE.
For Joint Counellman, Northern District:
J. M. W. MOOKK, OF YAVAl'AI.
For Joint Councilman, Southern District:
W. F. NICHOLS, OF COCHISE.
StlLVKK, t'Ol'l'KH AN1 1.KA1).
Sliver was quoted yesterday at UGt per
ounce; copper at J1G.8S per 100 iouiuls, and lead
at H92 per 100 pounds.
Vote tho Kepublican ticket if you de
sire Statehood for Arizona.
The Republican party of Arizona is
pledged to Statehood and it will stand
by its pledges.
The Republican club meets at the
city hall tonight. Kvcry Republican
should bo In attendance.
"Ye cannot servo God and Mammon."
No man can servo tho peoplo as a faith
ful ofllcer and yield allegiance to a ring
of political schemers.
There is much business of importance
to come before tho Republican club
tonight and all Republicans should
make it their duty to be on hand.
Tucson's Republican club has rented
a largo storo room, 70x.T5, for a head
quarters and some tolling campaign
work may bo expected from the club.
The Territorial Democratic Conven
tion meets in I'liamix Monday, Septem
ber 15. Mark Smith will undoubtedly
bo chosen as the candidate for Delegate
With a good road to l'rescott and the
intervening mines assured, tlio next step
should lw to secure a good road to the
Harqua Halas. Nothing conduces so
much to the progress of a town as good
Cestek street is a promising thorough
faro and it will not bo long before the
single street-car, occasionally run, will
merge into a well patronized and profit
able street-car line. An extension to
tho fair grounds would pay for itself in
Eveuy Republican in l'luenix pre
cinct should bo in attendance at the
club meeting at tho city hall tonight.
Tlio committee on constitution and by
laws will report and all should bo pres
ent to have a voice in tho laws governing
Says tho Graham County Bulletin:
"Thero can bo no mistaking tho atti
tude of tho Republican party toward the
Mormons of this Territory. They have
spoken on this question plainly," In
deed they have, and tho party will stand
nobly by its utterances, too.
No more dastardly crime can be
imagined than that of train wrecking
wherein Uio perpetrators take the risk
of murdering hundreds of innocent peo
plo merely to wreak their vengeance.
Tho offense should bo made punishable
by death in every Stato in the Union.
We don't know what tho Herald
means by the old regime as opposing
Mr. Murphy for Governor for wo aro
euro that every man In tho Territory
friendly to Kx-Governor Wolfley, in
common with all good Republicans,
earnestly desires Mr. Murphy's appoint
ment. The Russian government fearing nn
Increase of Chinese colonization in tho
province of Ussuri and wishing to de
velop Russian colonization in the
Province proposes to place a heavy tax
on Chineso and Corean inhabitants
nnd make numerous land grants to
The Graham County Bulletin favors
tho organization of an Editorial Associa
tion for Arizona and says it will try to
have a representative present at any
meeting for that purpose. Tho sugges
tion of tho Herald for a meeting in
rhcenix during tho Territorial fair is a
good ono and wo hope to seo it endorsed
by all tho papers of Arizona.
In this issue will bo found a note from
Springcrville, Apacho County, in which
tho writer speaks of tho practicability of
driving cattlo from tho Salt River Val
ley to tho lino of tho Atlantic and l'aciflc
Railroad for shipment. This plan is not
likely to bo looked upon with favor by
local farmers, as its tendency would bo
to drive from tho ranges rather than to
fatten upon tho alfalfa fields. Tho fact
remains, however, that tho plan is a
good ono when tho feed along tho route
is in condition to furnish grazing. In
tho lato fall and winter it would bo, of
courso, out of consideration.
It is understood that In tho District
Lodge of Good Templars, which mot in
this city Monday, there was heRn very
heated debate ution tho advisability of
putting n Prohibition ticket in tho Hold
and carrying into politics tho war
against liquor. This is a matter which
would find littlo sympathy among tho
citizens of Arizona, of cither party. All
sumptuary laws aro repugnant to an
American's ideas of justice and of free
dom, and any movement looking toward
tho establishment of such laws would
meet with failure, prompt and certain.
Tho Democratic panur is raising tlio
cry of "soroliwtds," over tlio outspoken
coiuk'iiinntion of tlio roinbiimlion's .
methods by Democrats nil over tho
county. Hut it is mistaken in its esti
mate, llccnupu it small knot of schemers
ho worked tlio primaries in l'htunix ns
to obtain control of tho county conven
tion is no rcuHou why these Fchemers
hIiouUI term themselves tho simon-puro
DcuiQeracy and arrogate to themselves
every olllcu in sight. Tho ring is well
organized. Its members thoroughly
understnndtlio devious ways of political
trickery. Under tho -leadership of
tho able cecretary of thcii Central com
mittee, thoy will tight a light of
energy and vigor, in which every
voter' will bo listed, his inclina
tions tested and his prejudices appealed
to, and yet will they fail. Tho honest
sentiment ot their own party toward
them is one of indignation and men
who never before voted a Republican
ticket will cast ono this fall with spirit
of exultation in tho fact that by so do
ing they are assisting in tho downfall of
a tyranny that must bo overthrown.
Mainly to tho ellbrts of ex-Governor
Lionel A. Sheldon is duo tho retention
of tho headquarters of tho Department
of Arizona at Los Angeles instead
of removing thom to Santa l'"e, as
ordered some timo ago. Governor Sheldon
went on to Washington and thero pre
sented tho claims of Los Angeles in
such favorable light that tho original
order for a change was revoked. Nor
was tlioro miv man in Southern Califor
nia hotter qualified for tho mission than
he. Having been Governor of Now
Moxico from 1881 to 1885 and for tho
last threo years u resident of Southern
California Governor Sheldon was
ably fitted to meet all argu
ments pro and con in favor
of both Santa To and Is Angeles. If
tho headquarters of the department aro
to remain outside of Arizona wo much
prefer to see them at Los Angeles, and
congratulato that city on having so able
Asii now tlio subsidized Mormon
apologists, instead of attempting to
parry the truthful charges against Mor
mon crimes, are beginning personal at
tacks against Judge Morrison of Apacho
county, ono of tho staunch advo
cates of tho anti-Mormon plank in
tho Republican pl.vtform. Such work
will but make friends for Judgo Morri
son. Ho has lived among the Mormons
for a number of vears, part of tho timo
virtually carrying ,his life in his hands
by so doing. He is thoroughly conver
sant with all tho infamous teachings
and practices of Mormonism and, moie,
ho has tho courage to tell what he knows.
Furthermore ho is a mnn of honor and of
ability and tho little dogs now harking sit
his heels will be sunk in tho depths of
oblivion nnd forgotten when Judgo
Robert 13. Morrison will be honored by
the peoplo of Arizona.
A question that is being thought over
by the voters of Maricopa County is
this: While the tax roll of Maricopa
County is larger by more than a million
dollars than it was two years ago, and
whilo tho expenses of all tho public
institutions and salaries of oflicers
should be no more now than thoy were
then, how does it happen that the rato
of tax levied is $2.55 on tho $100, the
same as it was then? Thero is of courso
a much increased income. Where does
it go? The prison and county hospital
have no more inmates than then, the
county olllcers are tho same nnd get no
larger salaries, thero have been no new
buildings erected, no improvements
made, tho interest paid is no larger and
yet tho sum of $25,000 per annum is
spent in excess of what was then
expended. Who aro to blame?
Pabsenoers on tho express train that
just crossed tho rebuilt section of rail
road near Picacho, Monday night, say
that it was quite an exciting adventure.
Tho train slowly crept along, tho rails
sinking in tho soft earth, under the
weight. In the darkness, lit by flashes
of lightning, tho wholo plain appeared
one vast sea of water, which in many
places covered the roadbed and hid tho
rails from sight. Tho locomotivo and
train, gliding steadily onward, seemed
liko a novel ship, sailing through a
strango sea. Weird figures of section
men, somo with torches in hand, wero
passed at their posts, but a few yards
apart, standing deep in tho flood, care
fully watching tho progress of tho train.
A movement is on foot in San Diego
for the establishment of a Southwest
Exposition in which shall bo displayed
not only tho products, manufactures
and resources of San Diego county, but
tho products, manufactures and re
sources of all tho Southwestern country
including California, Arizona, Utah,
New Mexico, the western States of Old
Mexico, Lower California, Central Amer
ica and tho islands of tho Pacific, with
special refcrenco to tho Sandwich
Islands. Tho echemo is a good ono and
no better place could bo selected fqr
such an exposition than San Diego.
The hearty endorsement of Speaker
Heed by tho peoplo of Muino is an indi
cation of tho sentiment of tho country
in favor of majority rulo. In enforcing
parliamentary rules, which declared
that ono man did not havo tho right to
block legislation, and that a majority of
tho members of Congress should say
what work should goon, tho Democrats
applied all manner of epithets to Mr.
Itecd, but Maino's election shows that
ho has tho hearty endorsement of the
thinking peoplo of tho Nation.
Oun evening contemporary should get
a magnifying glass to read with. Tho
point made by Tub Hkpuiimcan In
regard to desert lands was, that thoy
could not bo gobbled up in largo quan
tities. It at no timo has said, nor could
its uttoranco bo construed to mean, that
desert lands wero not subject to home
stead entry under any of tho forms pro
scribed by lawi
An inoxplicablo jarring and thump
ing of tho water pipes is a source of
much annoyance to many householders
in tho city.
FOK l'UUNISHINa SUNDRY SUPPLIES TO
THE INSANE ASYLUM OF ARIZONA:
omen of the lloiitD op Directors
op thk Insane Asylum op Arizona
l'lKENIX, AMZ.,Sepl. sin
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL RE RECEIVED
until 10 o'clock, a, in., Monday, October Cth,
lswi by tlio Hoard of Directors of tho Insano
Asylum of Arizona, at thulr olllce, In the city of
l'luenix, A. T at which timo and place bid
will be opened lit tho presence of bidders for
furnishing tho following-named supplies to tho
Insane Asylum in such quantities as may be re
quired, (more or less), for tho threo months
commencing October 1st, 18'J0, and ending De-
reinber.11it, 1S'.0. All supplies to be dollvcred
at tho asylum at such times and In such quan
tities us may bo required by the Superintendent
of said Asylum
In Hnpamto Kid.
KM pounds fresh beef.
SIX) pounds fresh mutton.
MJ0 iHiuuds flesh pork.
flow pounds flour, best quality.
I'lOU pound potatoes.
1U00 H)unds onions.
IVU jioumls barley,
rot pounds bran.
U) cords wood.
coo pound sugar, granulated.
UK) pounds sugar, Golden C.
tun pounds oolite, Costa Rica best.
100 pounds ham (subject to weight when dellv-
100 pounds lucon, breakfast (subject to weight
:) pounds oatmeal,
ftM pounds corniueal.
:aj pounds hominy.
100 pounds graham Hour.
!H) pounds lard.
l.V) pounds dried apples Alden.
l.V) pounds dried peaches, pcclvd.
JiK) pounds dried peaches, uupeeled.
l.V) pounds dried apricots,
l.in pounds dried prunes.
r gauons syrup.
:) gallons vinegar (wlno or elder).
SnO iHiund rice (Carolina).
;soo pounds salt, table.
2ix) pounds salt, coarso.
Mi pounds beans, pink.
UK) pounds beans, whlto.
10 pounds tea (Japan).
:)0 jiounds cheese.
JO pounds yeast powder (Royal or Trice's).
8 iounds pepier, black.
SO pound cornstarch.
ISO pound codfish, boneless.
30 pounds iearl barley.
10 pounds split peas.
25 pounds seedless raisins.
3 cases tomatoes, gal.
0 cases corn (Wlnslow's).
,". caes pie fruit, assorted.
3 cases table fruit, assorted.
3 toxes crackers, soda.
3 kegs pickles, 10 gal, kegs.
o cases coai on,
2 boxes candles.
0 boxes inaecaronl,12-lb. boxes,
fi boxes vermicelli, 12-lb. boxes.
Ii jiounils totmcco. plug, Climax.
G pounds tobacco, smoking, Durham, 2 oz.
2.1 pounds concentrated lyo, In lb. tins.
3 doen brooms, best quality.
1 dozen mops, complete.
I dozen scrubbing brushes.
1 dozen Sapollo, cakes.
1 dozen blueing, in pints.
5 pounds hops, fresh.
30 ixninds laundry starch.
r pound toilet soup,
lot) pound sal soda.
CO pounds chloride of lime.
3 dozen boxes matches (3 Nos.)
4(10 pounds soap, laundry.
3 dozen coats, duck, best, assorted sizes.
C dozen pairs overalls, best, assorted sizes.
t dozen shirts, hickory, best, assorted sizes.
5 dozen shirts, woolen, nest, assorieu sizes.
2 dozen hats, men's felt, assorted sizes.
7 dozen hose, woolen, men's, assorted sizes.
2 dozen hose, woolen ladles', assorted sizes.
fi dozen half hose, cotton, men's, assorted
2 dozen hose, cotton, ladles', asorted sizes.
fi dozen brogaus, men's, assorted sizes.
1 dozen shoes, ladles', assorted sizes.
C dozen carpet sllpjers, 4 to 10, assorted sizes.
4 dozen thread, cotton, Coats' white, assorted
4 dozen thread, linen, Barbour's whlto and
black, assorted Nos.
100 yards sheeting, unbleached, best quality.
100 yurds toweling crash, XX.
IV) yards calico, assorted patterns.
KM) yards muslin, bleached, 1 jard wide.
In) sards muslin, unbleached, 1 yard wide.
1 bolt denim.
1 bolt tablecloth, linen, bleached.
1 tolt flannel, dark blue.
in f!ii7pii ilmupm.pnttnii. men's, assorted sizes.
1 dozen undershirts, cotton, men, assorted
1 dozen spring bunks, Iron.
1 dozen mattresses, felt, single.
1 dozen pillows, nalr.
no sards oil cloth, best, for floor.
i dozen mattresses, rubber, invalids.
,1 dozen blankets.
The supplies must be of best quality and sub
ject to the inspection and approval of the Super
intendent of the Asylum, and must be delivered
as required. Payments will bo made as pre
scribed by law. Samples of clothing, shoes,
hats and dry goods must accompany bids,
Tho successful bidder must be prepared to en
ter Into contract with the Hoard of Directors of
said Asylum, and give bond In such amount as
may be required and approved by the Hoard of
Quality and price being equal, preference will
be given to the products ot tho Territory of
Arizona. Proposals must have a copy of this
advcrtlscmant attached thereto, and bo ad
dressed to C. H. Knapp, Secretary ot the Board
of Dlrctorsof tho Insane Asylum ot Arizona
and endorsed: "Proposals for furnishing sup
plies to the Insano Asylum of Arizona."
Tho Hoard reserve tho right to reject any or
all bids, or accept any portion of tho articles
oflered In any bid.
Hy order of the Hoard,
111-131 C. H. KNAPP, Secretary.
l'HOCLAMATION OK ItEWAKI).
To whom It may concern:
Whereas, It has come to my knowledge that
Ed . linker, eldest son of J. H. Baker, who resides
at Lookout, on the Sierra Ancha mountains,
about forty miles north of Globe, Olla county,
was murdered In a most brutal manner by some
person or persons unknown, (though the pres
senco of Indian tracks In the Immediate vicinity
strongly Indicate that the crime was com
mitted by Indians).
Now, therefore, I, Louis Wolfley. Govornor of
the Territory of Arizona, by virtue ot tho
ower within mo vested do hereby offer a reward
in tho sura ot five hundred (?300) dollars to be
paid out of the treasury of the Territory for
the arrest and conviction of tho poison or per
sons who committed tho aforementioned
In testimony whereof 1 havo hereunto set my
hand and caused tho great seal of tho Territory
to be affixed.
Done at Phoenix, tho capital, this 2fith day of
July, A. D., 1800. Lewis Wolfley.
Hy the Governor.
Signed: Nathan O. Murphy
Secretary of Territory.
R. II. OHKF.NE.
U J. WOOD.
Greene & Wood.
Abstracts, Loans s Insurance
.Phocmlx, - - Arizona.
A HSTRACTS OF TITLE HAVING THE
most complcto Bet of Abstract Books in
Maricopa County, we can furnish abstracts of
Ranch, City, Mlno or Canal property on short
notice and reasonable terms.
Fire, Life and Accldont Insurance written in
the best companies doing business on the Pacific
coast. OREKNK & WOOD,
Maricopa and Ftanix Railroad.
In effect Juno 1G, 1890.
Trains stop on signal.
Trains make close connection with Southern
Pacillu trains. Connect at Tempo-with stages
for Mesa City, Jouesvlllo and Fort McDowell.
At Phwnlx with stages for l'rescott, Olllctt,
Wickenburg and Vulture.
0. 8. MA8TKN, Vico-Pres. and Manager.
SOUTHERN :-: PACIFIC
2.nK A. M DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR
,JU Tucson, Henson, Lordsburgh and in
CQKA. M DAILY, PACIFIC EXPRESS
j.jj for points In California, Nevada, Ore
gon and Washington.
I fi -A K A- M-i DAILY, ATLANTIC EXPRESS
lUitu for Tucson, Henson, Iteming, El Paso,
San Antonio, Houston and New Orleans.
6. 1-) ' M DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR
I s-' Yuma and Intermediate stations.
T. II. (JOOl)SIAN.
Gen. Pass. Ag'L
Oen. Traffic Manager.
Santa Fe Route
SOUTH, BUST AND WEST.
Only Line running solid trains through to
Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City from the
Southwest without change.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
Run dally from all points, to all points, in
Freight consigned via the -'Santa Fe Route"
from above points will go through without
transfer, thereby avoiding a delay of three to
flvedays. Other lines throughout the southwest
Cannol Approach Ik Quick Time
Santa Fe Koute
For rates and general Information address
F. C. GAY, G. F. A., Topeka
Geo. T. Nicholson,
p. & T. A., Topeka, Kansas
C. H. Morehouse,
div. FR'HT. &.P. A., El Paso, Tex
Sid Steel Water Pine
MINING AND IRRIGATION PURPOSES
Well Casing: and Iron Tanks.
Agents for Pelton Water WW,
Prices Quoted on Application. P.
0. Box No. 251, Station C, L03 An
The quickest return for the least money aro
to be obtained from the Republican's Want
Columns. Situations Wanted, Help Wanted,
For Rent, For 8ale, To Let, To Exchange,
One Cent a word each Insertion, or by the
month at Five Cents per line per day.
WANTED-FURNITURE AND CARPETS
for a suite of rooms. Anjone having the
right article can find cash buyer by addressing
Furniture, caro Rei-uulican Olllce.
FIRST CLASS COLORED
barber, an all-around workman, at once.
Fashion Harder Shop, Pha-nlx, Arizona. 107-tf
KR SALE-TWO ORINDINO PANS, ONE
.ttlliig Pan. and one 12x20 Engine, All lr.
llrst-clas condition, and will be sold cheap. In
quire at this urcics.
Hy order of tho Hoard of Directors of tho Fair
Association, entries for tho following races were
reopened, and entries will be received up to
September 2.1, but full entrance fee must accom
Trotting Three minute class.
RUNNINO For all ages, one mile dash.
Trotting Three-year-old stake.
Uun.ni.no Kor all ages, quarter mile dash.
ItUNNlNO Free for all.
Conditions published In premium lists to
govern, lm-iso J. mc.mii.i.a.v, secretary.
I7S8TRAY NOTICE THERE CAME TO MY
11 place, eleven miles west of Phcrnlx, aljout
February 1st, one sorrel mare, brauued 23
on the left hip. Owner will plcusccall for same
pay charges and take away, or I will dispose of
the animal according to law.
September 2, IS'JO. 10S-127 ARTHUR Makmw.
v Addition A
bull calf, seven
months old, with short horns. Abo a red calf
about the same age, with broad white strle
across the shoulders. Suitable reward for their
return. A. P. WALURIDGE.
GO TO THE FASHION HARUER SHOP FOR
having, hair cutting, shampooing, bath
ing, hair slncelng. Ladles work done at the shop
or residence. Prices to suit the times. Opiioslte
tho Opera House. FRANK SHIRLEY, pro
prietor. QOMMERCIAL HOTEL, CORNER CENTER
and Jcllcrson streets. Only house employing
Itehelp throughout. HEKRICK &LUHRS,
Citrus Water Company,
Mil nlnce of busl-
ness, sail jiernu
"VTOTICE Is hereby given that a meeting of
l the directors, held on the 2Mb dav of
June, IS'JO, an assessment of one dollar per
share was levied upon tho subscribed stock of
the corporation, payable on the 15th day of
September, 18U0, to the Flret National Hank of
San Bernardino, California. Any stock upon
which this assessment shall remain unpaid on
the 15th day of September, 18'JO, will be delin
quent and adiertlsed for sale, at public auction,
and unless payment is made before, will be sold
on tlio 1st uay oi uctoner, IS'JO, to pay uenu
quent assessment, together with costs of adier
tlslng and expense of sale.
JAMES K. MACK, Secretary,
Room II, Hurt block,
San Heriiardlno, Cul.
CAPITAL COKIIAI. AN1 I'KKH YAItl).
Tho best of caro given boarded stock. Accom
modation wagons to and from ull trains. Hag
gage called for and delivered. WM. ZEXT.
Ulllce: Room 5, Thlbado Hullding. References
Laclede Hank, St. Louts; II. C. Power, President
First National Hank, Starkvllle, Mini; F. II.
Marshall, Cashier Woodstock Iron Company,
11 Work Guaranteed.
oung Uultding. opposite Com
mercial Hotel, Phoenix, Ariz.
l. n. WOODWARD.
L. 11. CHALMERS.
T-700DW'AIU) f. CHALMERS, ATTORNEYS
V V at-law. Rooms 7 and 9, Thlbodo building,
A CAMPBELL, ATTORNEYS AT
Office: Over National Hank.
HF. ROBINSON. SURVEYOR AND
.draughtsman. All work done promptly,
correctly and neatly.
Office with the Arizona
C1LARK HOWARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW
J Office in Porter block, Phicnix, A. T.
TTUZONA CHAPTER NO. 1, It. A. M.,
J Stated convocation on the second Monday
of each month. J. B. Creamer, II. P., C. II.
4 RIZONA LODGE NO. 2, F. AND A. M.
1 Suited meetings on the first Tuesday of
each month. Dayton A. Reed, W. M (5. II.
1 JIIZOVA DEGREE LODGE NO. 2. D. OF R.
J Meets second and fourth Thursday evening
oleacli month. Miss Nettie Carrier, N. G., C. S,
A O. O. W. I'HWXIX LODGE NO. 5.
jtx.. Regular meeting every Wednesday even
ing in Pythian Hall. 1). P. Conroy, M. W O.
II, Rothrock, Recorder.
ANTON ARIZONA NO. 1, PATRIARCHS
Militant. I. O. O. F. Meets third Tuesday
of each month. John Gray, commandant, .V
E. Morford Clerk.
ENDYMION LEGION A. O. U. W. MEETS
second and fourth Wednesday of each
month. F. M, Czarnowskt, Commander, G, II.
7LORAL ENCAMPMENT NO. 2, I. O. O. F.
I ' Mnoti BAnnnil anil fmirtli Ttiositnv nvnnlnfr nf
George A. MinU.C. P., C. S. Scott,
GA. R. JOHN V. OWEN POST NO. 82.
, Meets first and third Wednesdays of each
month at Masonic HalL W. T. Woods, Cora
roander, C. 11. Knapp, Adjutant.
KOF P. PIKENIX LODGE NO 2, MEETS
, on the first and third Fridays of each
month in Pythian HaR. W. A.McGlnnessC.C.,
F C. Kibbey, K. of R.
J. L. GA-aSTT,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLE
East Jefferson St., south ot Lemon Hotel.
PI1CKNIX, -A.. 'V.
Gants' hack, 'bus and baggage line meets all
trains, delivers passengers and baggage to any
part of the city or Territory. Onlers can bo left
at any lime with T. II. Seklio, at tho Capital
J. D. KEED,
KjcprcHHmtm : nnd : 33riiymim
Particular attention paid to moving household
goods, piano and safe-moving a specialty.
LEAYE ORDERS AT WELLS, FARGO EXPRESS
The best 25 cent meal in Pha-nix.
.... 4 SO
WASHINGTON STREET, NEXT TO CAPITAL SALOON.
.SHiiS TR. J
.ttDj I J .
J'lTCSOIs' ADVK I
West side of Church Plaza; Finest Restaurant
South of San Francisco.
PRIVATE DI.M..Q KOOMS, STRICTLY FIKST-CLVSS.
ALEX. ROSSI AND JOE MICOTTI.
JOl-IN O. SMITH,
Opkice: Care U. S. Surveyor-General,
U. 8. DKPU'l'Y SHRVKYOIJ.
Santa Cruz Valley Haul,
Capital, Paid yT- - - 850,000
H. M, JACOBS, President,
SAMUEL HUGHES. Vick-Presiuknt,
M. P. FREEMAN, Cashier.
Large Fire-Proof Vault at Service of Our Friends
London, Paris and American Hauk.San Francisco
Hanover National Hank, New York
Hank of Commerce, St. Louis
Union National Hank, . . Chicago
California Hank, Los Angeles
M. P. FREEMAN. CASHIER.
ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE
CongreKH Ht., M'ukcoii.
YINEST SALOON IN THE CITY.
A Hot Lunch Served Free Every Day.
JIMMIE lUtOWN, Proprietor.
J. FRANK &CO.,
Wholealn Dealers ln
DEY :-: GOODS.
THE BEST CONNECTIONS EAST
Wholesale :-: Buyers.
C&-QIVE US A TRIAL.
J". A.. BLACK,
113 CongreHH St., TucHon, Ariz.
HOWABJ) :-: WATCHES.
Finest work done at short notice. Orders by
mall or express especially solicited.
FINE MOATING AND FISHING
2 Miles from Tucson 2
A Pleasant Drive on a Good Road.
The Only Road-House in (lie Territory
THE LEXINGTON STABLES; AT TUCSON.
Finest equipages In the Territory
ti SPXjKN"III) 8TAHLKS-
Ordcrs may be sent in from the hotel at the depot
CHARLES R. WORES, Manager.
TUCSOjST, - ARIZONA.
Purchasers of Copicr, Lead. Silver and Gobi orcr
Returns made as toon a the Ore is sampled and
Hates oq Ores Can be Obtained od Application
In person or by mall, at the office of the
Works. Tuscon. Arlx.
WM. II. BARNES,
JOHN II. MARTIN,
W, C. HOHSON.
Law OrncEs, Tucsos, Arizona
JOHN H. THOMAS,
Washington, V. C.
National Bank of Arizona,
' PIKENIX. ARIZONA.
M. W. KALES, President.
SOL. LEWIS, Vice-President.
GEO. W. HOADLEY, Cashier.
Capital, Paid Up,
Surplus, - - - -
M.W. Kales, J. Y. T. Smith. Sol. Lewis
ClIAKLEX UOLDHAN, ClKO. W. IIOADLEV.
The Bank of California San Francisco
Agency of Hank of California...., . New York
The Farmers' and Merchants' Bank. Los Angeles.
The Natlona nk of Commerce . ..Et. Louis
Consolldcd Mloual Bank Tucson
Bank of Arizona l'rescott
N. M. Rothschilds & Sons London
THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
Wl I. I. ..II JMMMWg. .
"ll.li.t." ',i:c Cjoimrhoea and
(Jleetln lto.'il.iyti, without Pain.
Prevents Stricture. Contains no
acrid or polfomiug substances, and
Is guaranteed absolutely harmless.
Is prescribed by physicians and
rccomcndcd by druggists. Prlco 81.
Sold bydrucglsts. llewareof Snb-
j mltiitrn.AcmoChem Cql.td..N'.O.f J
For Sale by Peoples' Drug Store, Phornlx, A. T.
1J. TP. NILSOIST,
WATCH REPAIMG DO.VE IX FIRST-CLASS MANNER
CEN1ER STREET. PHUSN1X.
Redondo Beach, Cal.
This new and magnificent hotel was opened to
the public May 1st. It Is the most thoroughly
equipped and best furnished houte on the Pa
cific Coast. Two hundred and seventy-five
rooms, replete with every convenience: fire
place, hot and cold water, incandescent lights,
electric call and return system. Standing f u the
center of a twenty-two-acre tract, under high
cultivation, two 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 California. The dining
room Is a perfect gem of artistic perfection, su
perbly furnished and so arranged that every
scat commands a view of the ocean. There is a
gallery at ono end, where a fine band plays for
the evening dances; also playingonthe veranda
In the morning, in the music and dancing room
at night. Morning germans will De a feature of
the house. The cuisine u ill also be a promi
nent factor. The house and surroundings are
simply perfection new, sw cet and clean and
must be seeu to oc appreciated. The Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe runs six trains daily from
Los Angeles. The company own their own rail
road, running to Ixs Angeles, connecting with
the Grand Avenue cable system, running twelve
llnely-cijulpped trains dally each way, lauding
passengers right back of the hotel. There is a
pier, where boats from San Francisco, San Diego
and other points make regular landings. Steam
and sailing yachts can be had. Tho fishing is
the finest on the coast. There is a bluff and In
terior drive, commanding a fine view of the
ocean, San Gabriel valley, Wilson's Peak, Old
Baldy, Sierra Madre range of mountains. Terms
same as other first-class houses. Special rates
for permvnents and families. All letters address
to the manager.
E. W. ROOT. Manager.
R. G. ANDRE
Saddle and Harness Maker.
I am better enulnncd for doing the finest class
of Saddlery and Harness work than any other
tlon 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.
x bolstering. Mattresses recovered and re
paired. Carpets sewed and laid. Shop next to
Phcenix Plaining Mill, Maricopa street.