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THE ARIZONA LUblPUBLJUAN. PlIQjUSriX. FRIDAY MOUN1NO-, SllPTJflMBBH 2Q, 1890.
TI ARIZONA MI'UISLICAN.
The nePUDUOAN hat double the circulation
of nny other dally newspaper In Arizona, and
It the only one Issued every day In the year.
rre-fvrrcd I.ticnl 10 cents per lino flrnt
insertion, and 5 cent per lino each subsequent
All CotitrncM mill bills (or advertising layn
liKl'l'ltMCVS COUNTY CONVENTION'.
At a meeting of tho Kepubllcan Central Com
mittee, of Maricopa rounty, held in tlioClty of
Vlurulx, September IS, 1HK), It was resolved that
the prtniarle to elect Delegates to tho Hepab
lean County Convention bo held on Thursday,
September ::, and that the Couentlon itself bo
held on Monday, September W.
Tho apportionment shall I the samo as as
made for tho Territorial Convention primaries,
u ith tho samo Judges and Inspectors, to-wit'
VRErlStT VOTK. l.NSl'ECTOU.
I'luenlx ..21 ... C 11 Knapp
Tempo ... 7 J. T. I'rlest
Mesa . 3 Win. Kimball
jhl ... 1 ll.BluiVtns
Orme . ... M. II. t'alderwood
lluekeye 2 (J. McWllllams
Enterprise .... 1 ... John Holm
Ollallend 'J O. U l'easo
Loner UIWHcud ... '1 11. Anderson
cua Callente 2 Dickinson
Winifred ..1 0. Hamlin
McDowell ,...2 tl. Wllcot
WicVenburg. ... 1 F. U llrtll
ulturo .... 2 ... A. W. MeUlimU
laveCrcck ..2 A. llrndstrecl
lVorla ... 1 11. C.Mann
(arturight . .. 2 Mr. Green
11 II Wharton, T. W. 1Ii.se,
AK1.ONA l'KKSS ASSOCIATION.
The undersigned respectfully Invito all edi
tors and managers of tho Territorial press to
meet with them In tho City of .1'lncnlx, at 10
o clock. October 10, ISM, for the purposo of per
fecting the organization of an Kdltorlal Associa
tion W L. Vail. Tucson Citizen.
L. C HcailEi, Tucson Star.
ED S. GUI., AKUOKA HEl'UllLlCAN.
J. O. Dunhar, l'hcvnlx Gazette.
N A MortroRU. l'luenlx Herald.
New York Stiicln.
Sew York. September 2ft. Tho stock market
was fractionally higher during tho forenoon,
but rumors from Washington Intcrrieted un
fatorably to sugar Interests, and lnaiifcnrutcd a
lolling movement. Later, a dctermlnea tttack
was mado ujion the list In the last hour, accom
)nled by a reported failure In lloston, and
noeks in hlch that center was most Interested
furnished special objects to drive. Tho close
was active, but weak, and near tho lowest prices
or the day
The following were the closing quotations;
Pacific sixes Ill
( entral raclflo
lienverand KloOrando litjf
Pacific Mail ;?
Texas Pacific WW
t nlon I'aclllc -1?h
Wells Fargo Express . . 140
Western Union ... . MJ-J
Money on call easy at 2i per cent. Prime
mercantile paper, C7ir. Sterling exchange
iuiet and steady. Sixty-day bills, JI.S0!; do
TaanJ. tt.HI4 Bar silver 11.1
San Francisco Milling Storks.
Svs Fr'anoisco, September 35. Tho closing
quotations today on the stock market were as
uest and Belcher 3 SO
hollar ... . , 3 33
onfolldated Virginia 1 8
onfldencc 7 80
uould & Curry 2 !K
Hale and Noreross 2 10
l'..ui 7 00
uphir 5 12)4
xiLrnk'Nevailn 3 10
I moo iinsolldatl 3 Oft
If low Jacket SO
Ni-w York Mining- Stocks.
New York, Septerater 3. The esolwc iiio.
iu i.ms of mining stoeks today were M follows:
.-lsoiidnted California and Virginia . J M
j .uld A urry -
llule A Noreross 2 26
II .uiestakc. WW
otarlo li 00
i'h.niix, Arizona 1 W
un ao, September 36. Wheat opened
V higher, then eased oir.c. A few of tho
largor floor tradors bought moderately for the
Prpoe of scaring weaker "shorts." This ad
vanced prices Hie and lKc higher, but the mar
ket was not strong and prleos cased ofT c, then
again recovered, and cloed 5o to Kc higher
than yesterday Receipts, 101,000. Shipments,
ltyc, easy at G0'c
liarley ouiet at .'ic , ,.
Shoulders, fo 7W &:',$; short clear, 5 t
j 70, short libs, ?.1 25.
Chlrngi) I.lve Stock.
CmcAOO.Septembor 26. Cattle receipts today
were 17.000. The market was a shade lower.
x,atlve steers, fl hOrg.'i 05; Texas steers, 2 13
i w. ranger steers, 1 40T&I 15.
Hoe receipts, 21.0H). The market was a shade
lower racners, ! jo, w"i'i"; "'i" """--
weights, ?l 3.! on; "gni, i wxao ,
Sheep receipts, .wo The market was steady.
Na ltes, $I1 75; Western, fl 10l 1; Texans,
ii 10I CO.
San I'rancUco flrnln.
San Francisco, September 25. Wheat, quiet
and steady. Buyer season, !1.15; buyer '"JO,
Barley. Inactive. Buyer season f 1.M&
Com, f 1.2fitl.K
Mexican dollars, J001c.
Now York Metals.
New York, September 25. Copper Dull.
Ijtke, September, 17. Lcad-flrmer; domestic,
1:4 Tin Strong; straits, JJ5.
I)KDON,Scptember25.-Barsilver, 62d peroz.
Money, 3l icr cent.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
REPAIRED ANIl tu.nek by
IE. w. oi-ia.sk.
Orders left at Mrs. Harrlman's, opposite the
Court House, will receive prompt attention.
J. L. GAaSrT,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLE
East Jcflerson St., south of Lemon Hotel.
pixacxix, .A. T.
Oants' hack, 'bus and baggage lino meets all
trains, delivers passengers and tmggngo to uny
part of the city or Territory. Orders can bo eft
at any time with T. II. Seeliu, at tho Capital
CI gar Store.
If you wnnt any kind of-
Legal : or : .Job : .Printing
CAM. OS THE
:- Republican Job Office. -:
u ima nitesiioon
FOU FUKNISIIINO SUNDRY SUPPLIES TO
hie. laMMS ASYLUM OF ARIZONA:
Ofkice or the Bo tun or Diueitous
or the Insane Asylum op Arizona,
PiiiENix, Ariz., Sept. 8th, 1WW.S
SEALED PROPOSALS WII.I. Mv tivpihwii
until 10 o'clock, o. m., Monday, Octobi'r Cth,
1890 by tho Board of Directors of tho Insane
Asylum of Arizona, nt their ofllco, in tho city of
Phivnlx, A. T., at which time and plnco bids
w ill be opened in the preonco of blddors for
iiiuimiuiK ino loiiowiug-immed supplies to tho
Insane Asylum In such minnilHns nu ,,,,. i .
quired, (more or less), for tho thrco months
commencing October 1st, 18M, and ending De
cember 31st, lsM. All supplies to lio dollvcred
at tho nsjlmn at such times and In such quan
tities as may bo required by tho Superintendent
ui Htiu .l)llllll
In Sepuinto lilds.
pounils fresh beef.
pouudN fresh mutton.
lounds fresh iKirk.
pounds Hour, lest quality.
pounds sugar, granulated.
pounds sugar, Uoldon ().
pounds collce, Costa HCa best.
pounds ham (subject to weight when deliv
ered). pounds bacon, brcukfast (subject to weight
pounds graham flour.
pounds dried apples, Alden.
IKiunds dried iwachcs, peeled.
pounds dried peaches, uupeeled.
lKunds dried apricots.
pounds dried primes.
gallons vinegar (wlno or elder).
IKiunds rice (Carolina).
pounds salt, table.
tmtimlu Kiilfr wMirkn
pounds beans, pink.
pounds Ivans, white.
lKuiuls tea (Jnpnii.
pounds j cast powder (Roal or Price's).
IKiunds pepper, black.
IKiunds coduslt, boneless.
pounds pearl barley.
pounds split peas.
IKiunds seedless raisins.
cases tomatoes, gal.
caves corn (Wlnslow's).
cuses plo fruit, assorted.
cases table fruit, assorted.
boxes crackers, soda.
kegs pickles, 10 gal. kegs.
cases coal oil.
boxes inacearonl,12-lb. boxes,
boxes vermicelli, U-lb. boxes.
45 iounds tobacco, plug, Climax.
C IKiunds tobacco, smoking, Durham, 2-oz.
25 IKiunds concentrated lye. In lb. tins.
3 dozen brooms, best quality.
1 dozen mops, complete.
1 dozen scrubbing brushes.
1 dozen Sapollo, cakes.
1 dozen blueing. In pints.
5 IKiunds hops, fresh.
SO pounds laundry starch.
15 IKiunds toilet soap.
100 pounds sal soda. '
GO pounds chloride of lime.
3 dozen boxes matches (J Nos.)
100 pounds soup, laundry.
3 dozen coats, duck, best, assorted sizes.
G dozen iiilrsotemils, best, assorted sizes.
4 dozen shirts, hickory, best, assorted sizes.
5 dozen shirts, woolen, tst, assorted sizes.
2 dozen hats, men's felt, assorted sizes.
7 dozen hose, woolen, men's, ussorted sizes.
2 dozen hose, woolen ladles', assorted sizes.
6 dozen half hoe, cotton, men's, assorted
2 dozen hose, cotton, ladles', assorted sizes.
G dozen brogans, men's, assorted sizes.
1 dozen shoes, ladles', assorted sizes.
fl dozen carpet slippers, 4 lo 10, ussorted sizes.
1 dozen thread, cotton. Coats' white, assorted
4 dozen thread, linen, Harbour's white and
black, assorted Nos.
100 yards sheeting, uubleached, best quality,
lit) yards toweling crash, XX.
150 yards calico, assorted patterns.
100 arils muslin, bleached, 1 junl wide.
100 yards muslin, unbleached, 1 yurd wide.
1 bolt dentin.
1 bolt tablecloth, linen, bleached.
1 bolt flannel, dark blue.
10 dozen drawers, cotton, men's, assorted sizes.
1 dozen undershirts, cotton, men, assorted
1 dozen spring bunks, Iron.
1 dozen mattrosses, felt, single.
1 dozen pillows, hair.
00 jards oil cloth, best, for floor.
U dozen inattre-ws, rubber. Invalids.
3 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 be made as pro
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 Board of Directors of
said Asylum, and give bond in such amount as
may be required and approved by the Board of
Quality and price being equal, preference will
be given to tho products of the Territory of
Arizona. Proposals must have a copy of this
advertlsemant attached thereto, and be ad
dressed to C. II. Knapp, Secretary of tho Board
of Dlrctorsof the Insane Asylum of Arizona
and endorsed- "Proposals for furnishing sup
plies to the insane Asylum of Arizona."
The Board reserves tho right to reject any or
all bids, or accept any portion of tho articles
oflered In any bid.
By order of tho Board,
114-131 C. 11. KNAPP. Secretary.
R. G. ANDRE
anil Harness Maker.
I am better 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.
J. D. KEED,
ItixproHHinaii : and : Drayman
Particular attention paid to moving household
goods, piano and safe-moving a specialty.
LEAVE ORDERS AT WELLS, FARGO EXPRESS
t?. f. sriLsoisr,
WATCH REPAIRINO DONE l. FIRSMLISS BHSER
CKNTER STREET. PIKENIX.
THF REST KHOimREMEDY.
(rTTT. lirein null
TT..l.L"....j i.ktwirli(nii anil
nioctln lloBUnjii without roln.
VrSvonts Stricture. Contains no
nc?Ul "r poisonous substances, and
"sBuarantccd absolutely lmrmlcss.
Is prescribed bv physlclnns nnd
rccomonded by uWRfcts. I'rl co 81.
Sold by driiBsW I'ewnr" of Sub-
Koh Halk by Peoples' Drug Storo. Pha-nlx, A. T.
Elj YiJJsw yS)
Under the management of the
Mexican International Banking Co.,
Incorporated by the State of Chihuahua, Mex.,
FOR CIIAMTABLE PURPOSES
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
Will tako place In public at the City of Juarez,
(formerly Paso del Norte). Mexico.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1800.
Under tho personal supervision of General John
8. Mosby and Mr. Camllo Arguelles, the former
a gentleman of such prominence in tho United
States that his presence alone Is sufllclent guar
antee to tho public that tho drawiugs will be
held with strict honesty and fairness to all, and
the latter, (the supervisor of the Mexican Gov
ernment), Is of equal standing and Integrity.
CAPITAL PUVAK SOO.OOO
ONLY 60,000 TICKETS.ONLY GO.000 TICKETS
Whole tickets l; '2 tickets ?.'; K tickets 1.
rilB'X1 OF- PKI5C3CS:
1 prize of M,000 Is fOO.OOO,
i pnzu oi iu,uuo is iu,iaj
1 prize of 5,000 1s 5,000
3 prizes of 1,000 (ach, are 3.0U0
10 prizes of 200 each, are 2,000
SOnrlzesof lOOcach.aro f,
100 prizes of 50 each, aro 5,000
250prlzcsof SOeach.aro .'..... 7.50O
100 prizes of V)each,are S5,O0O
10O prizes of 30cach,arc 3,000
100 prizes o! 25cach,are 2,500
599 terminals to $tW,000 prize,.) each, are ?11,9S0
500 terminals to JIO.OOO prize, llOcach, aro b,'m
1,914 prizes, amounting to ?li3,'J70
n e, the undersigned, hereby certlly that the
Banco Naclonal of Mexico, in Chihuahua has
on deKslt from the Mexican International
Banking Company the necessary funds to guar
antee the payment of all tho prizes drawn in
the Orand lottery of Juarez.
Wo further certify that wo will superviso all
the arrangements, and In person mauago and
control all tho drawings of this Lottery, and
that the same are conducted with honesty fair
ness, and In good faith toward all parties.
John S. Mosdy, Commissioner.
Camilo AuauEM.Es, SuiKTvisor for tho (iov't.
if any ticket drawing a prize is sent to the
undernfgued, its face value will bo collected and
remitted to the owner thereof free of charge
Eooau 11. llKONso.v, Kl Paso, Tex.
President IU Paso National Bank
For Club rates or uliv other Information w rite
to the undersigned, stating our address clearly
with State, County, Street und number. More
rapid mull delivery will It) assured by )our en
closing an envelope beurlug our full address.
Mexican Imeunationai.IIankino Co.
Cltyof Juarez, Mexico.
Send remittances for UcketB by ordlrary letter
containing Money Order Issued by all Lxpress
Companies, .New York Kxchauge, Bank Draft or
Postal Note. Address nil registered letters to
Mexican Intminational Banking Co.
City of Juarez. Mexico.
Arizona Industrial Exposition
For the Fair to bo Held at Pliuuilx,
Arizona, October It, 15, 10
anil 17. 1U90.
TUESDAY. OCT. U.
L Running Stake. 2-year-oldn, bred, raised and
owned In Arizona; -mlle dah.
Entrance, $J0; added money, ViO.
2. Trotting. Stallion Btake; rallo heau, 3 In 5.
Entrance, U'j; added money, f !2o.
3. Trotting. 3-mlnute etaWei mile heats, 3 in 5.
Entrance, ?25: added money, 175.
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 15.
4. Trotting. 2:40 stalte; mllo heaU, 3 In 5; En
trance, ?W; added money, JU).
5. Running, 3-ycar-old stake; i-mlc, 2 In 3.
Entrance, tJi; added money, 75.
6. Running. For all ages; one mile dash. En
trance, f.25; added money, ?75.
THURSDAY. OCT. 1C.
7. Trotting and Pacing. 2:18 stake; mile hcati
S In 5. Entrance, ?25; added
money, ?100. ,
8.Trotllng. 3-year old stakes; mllo heats, 2 In
3. Entrance, i; added money, 175.
9. Running. For all ages; '4-mllo dasli. En
trance, 25; added money, ?50.
10. Trotting. 2-year-old stake; mile heats, 2 In 3.
Entrance, li'i; added money, foO.
FRIDAY, OCT. 17.
11. Running. Free for all; mllo heats, 2 In 3
Entrance, i'; added money, J100.
12. Trotting or Pacing. Free for all: mllo heats,
3 In 5. Entrance, ?J0; added
13. Running. 2-year-olds; -mllo and repeat
Entrance, 1AV, added money, $S).
Trotting and pacing In harness.
American Trotting Association rules govern
Nominations close September 1, 1890.
One-half of entrance must accompany nomi
nations; balance paid September 25.
Four or more entries to fill; three or more to
The Hoard of Directors rcservo tho right to
hold entrance and start a race with a less num
ber or to declare races off when thero aro less
than three to start, also to trot heats of any two
races alternately, or to call a special race be
tween heats, or to change the date of race.
For a "walk-over" In any race a horse Is en
titled to Its own entrance fee and one-half of
the entrance received from tho other paid up
entries of 6ald race, but no added money.
A horse winning a race Is entitled to first
money only, except when distancing the field
then to first and third money.
Stakes dlvliKjd Into three moneys, CO per cent,
to first, !10 to second and 10 to third, except In
free-for-all trot, 2:10 classes and 2-year-old dash,
when third hori-o has entrance, 70 per cent, of
balance to first horso and SO per cent to second.
Races commence at 1 P. M. sharp each day.
Hlanks for entries can be obtained from the
Tho Directors reserve the right to postpone
races on account of baa weather.
J. McMIIW. Secretary.
EVERYTHING NEW AND FRESH
E. PROWELL, Prescription Druggist.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
.at all hours of tho Day or Night.
TRUSSES AND CRUTCHES
A full lino of these articles
ALL GOODS AT NEW YORK PHICES
Toilet Articles of all Kinds,
Patent- Medicines, Flavoring Extracts
Combs, Brushes, Sponges, Soaps, Etc.
DROP 18 AND HAVE A GLASS
Before buying a monument,
Will not require cleaning; will not absorb moisture, oi be
affected by changes in temperature.
Which aro always raised, will remain legible for an indefin
ite period. It is more durable than stone, therefore more
suitable for enduring records. No other monumental ma
terial has over received such unqualified endorsements as
White Bronze; Therefore,
IT IS THE VERY BEST
If you intend to erect a monument, and you have any
regard for the material being an enduring one that will
carry the inscriptions
Legible for Ages to Come,
It is your duty to givo tho matter careful thought.
Full information, designs and prices can be obtained from
E. E. BREDaEMAJSr, Agent,
P. O. Box, 7, Phoenix, A. T.
Kiipferle Eros. Mamtfacturing Co.
MISSOURI BRASS FOUNDRY,
STEAM AND GAS PIPE WORKS.
600, 602 ana 604 Second St., cor. Washington Avo.,and 119 Washington Ave.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
MANUFACTURERS OF F.VERY VARIETY OF BRAPS WORK FOR EN'OINT. RUII.1)KR
Steam nnd Gas IMpo Filters, I'lumtwrc, Hardware Trnile, etc Cat and
Malleable Iron Flttlnps, Jobbers of Wrought Iron Welded Tubes for steam, gas ntid water.
leather and Rubber lleltlng, racking and Hose. Sole agents for Cameron's Special Steam
Tump, the most cfllcient, durable and economical steam pump In use. Root's ratent mowers
now on hand and warranted
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THE GREAT EASTERN'S
-:- OA.SI-I -:-
SELLING OUT SALE!
Positively One Price to All
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures. The Entire Stock
MUST BE DISPOSED OF.
Call at Once and Be Convinced of
LOWEST : CASH : PRICES!
THE GREAT EASTERN
SAT jEj !
Wo Have Concluded to Close Out Our l'lioemx House
WE TOLL OFEEE ODE ENTIRE STOCK
Cutlery and Platedware
A.T Reduced Prices
UNTIL THE STOCK IS
"We Have Closed
Parties' Indebted to Us
IS NOW OFFERED TO , ANYONE WISHING TO ENGAGE IN
A First-Class Business
-AS WE ARE KNOWN TO BE THE-
In Our Line
ENTIRELY DISPOSED OF.
Our Books and "Will
Will Please Call and Settle.
In the Territory-
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