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TjrfE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOSN1X, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1890.
Tho Cleveland Coldrcd Minstrels will
bo in town tomorrow.
Quito a largo crowd attended tho
baseball gamo yesterday.
Tho Hoard of Supervisors meets today
for tho consideration of a number
of important matters.
Thero is talk of a big raco between W.
W. Houston's sorrel and an ex-chief of
tho turf for (5000 a eido.
J. L. Powell, n cattlo buyer of Cali
fornia and well-known in Arizona,
canio in on yesterday's train.-
Marcus A. Smith and Harris Baldwin
will hold forth to tho voters of l'luunix:
from tho stand on tho Military 1'laza
Tho Tucson llaso Ball Club left on this
morning's train. They all expressed
themselves as pleased with their visit to
Tomorrow night Cleveland's Mastodon
Minstrels will hold tho boards at rat
ton's Opera House. Thero will bo a big
street parado at 12 o'clock.
A load of supplies will go from Gold
man it Co.'s today for Stanton whe.ro
operations will bo begun on some of tho
mining properties there.
Edward D. Jones, tho dashing porter
of tho Lemon Hotel, slipped off to Mari
copa on yesterdriy's train and returned
with a blushing brido. You need ring
but onco for Jones now.
A sacred servico was held at tho jail
yesterday. Mrs. Z. II. Taylor, Mrs.
Loraine, Miss Mattio Wright, Mr. E.
Wood and K. Wood and David Schultz,
with their Hibles, read lessons of tho
Christ, and sang songs appealing to the
better natures of tho unfortunates. Ono
prisoner asked to bo prayed for.
Tho nlcniber8 of the Tucson llaso Ball
Club, through their captain, H. Rains
bury, desire to thank tho Phcenix club
and citizens generally for tho kind re
ception given them in this city during
tho championshin games. To Messrs.
Spangenburg, McNeil and Murphy, es
pecially, tho club wishes to express
its acknowledgement for their kind
ness in umpiring tho games. Tho club
leaves this morning for home, carrving
tho laurels as champions of Arizona base
Now York Mail ami Express: Tho
Cleveland Colossal Colored Minstrels
drew a largo audience last evening and
gave a performance of remarkable ex
cellence. From start to finish tho pro
gram is brisk and sparkling, and con
tinuous applauso testified hearty appre
ciation. The performance is quite dif
ferent from the usual minstrel entertain
ment, novelty predominating. Tho
company is strong in every respect, and
oveiy performance will add new ad
Judgo Baker canio in on yesterday's
Judgo Hawkins was down from Tempo
Mrs. Miner and children returned
W. B. Pratt returned from his Eastern
A. J. Forster and J. A. Cubcr aro
down from Mesa City.
Jno. C. Riober, of Columbus, Ohio,
is at the Lemon Hotel,
L. 0. Adams, representative of Folger
& Co., San Francisco, is doing tho city.
Harris Baldwin and Marcus A. Smith
arrived yesterday on tho Prescott stage.
Captain Ileil Halo Is in tho city from
his canal enterprise on tho lower Gila.
Hiel Halo, of Agua Caliente, and A.
0. Bernard, Tucson, aro at tho Mills
Candidates Webb, Rosson and Osborn
started for Gila Bend yesterday by
W. W. Houston, of Tempc, was in tho
city yesterday. Mr. Houston has a sec
tion and a half of land cleared and is
putting it all under cultivation.
James B. Mullen, J. T. Priest and
Walter Johnston aro in the city from
Tempo, actively impressing their claims
for support upon the voters of Phtenix.
0. W. Grccnleaf, agent for Wells,
FnreoA Company in this city, returned
yesterday from Paris, Tex., where ho
was called on tho business of tho com
pany. II. Bald wen, Prcsc6tt; A. J. Foster,
Mesa City; J. A. Cuber, Mesa; M.
Refuss, Peoria; M. Hisson, Detroit; E.
P. Harrison, Los Angeles; S. M. Davis,
Donver; S. 11. Fairchlld, Kansas City;
Win. Kelly, Los Angeles; A. G. Hub
bard, Haqua Hala; James Carr, El
Paso and 0. II. Light, Tucson arc reg
istered nt tho Commercial.
Program of the Various Contest This
Tho fourth annual tournament of the
Phtenix flio department will open today
by a parade of the companies headed by
tho Pha-nix band, starting from tho en
gine Iioubo at 1 o'clock.
Tho first will bo a wet test hoso cart
race, 150 yards, open to all companies
or teams m tho Territory. Prize, $125;
$100 to winner and $25 to second best.
Tho second contest will bo ladder
climbing. Prizo, $25.
Third will come tho straightaway
. speed hoso cart race, 200 yards, open tb
all companies or teams in the Territory.
Prize, $125; $100 to dinner and $25 to
Fourth on tho list is a foot raco for
members of Phumix Eugino Company,
100 yards. Prize, n badge.
Fifth, is tho turn, wet test hoso
cart raco, 100 yards, open to all com
panies or teams in 4ho Territory. Prize
$100; $75 to winner and$25 to second.
Sixth and last is tho slow burro race,
contested for by tho different companies
of Pha-nix firo department. Prizo $25.
Tho prizo for a 100 yard foot raco and
best tfmo for aBcenslon of tho- lndder
will bo contested for by Phoenix ongino
hook and ladder companies only.
In tho speed races tho run will bo COO
feet and in ladder climbing to run fifty
feet and climb tin and grasp tho top
rung of oxtonsion ladder.
Much interest is being tnkon in these
races and today will doubtless bo the
liveliest of tho season. All tho firemen
are requested to bo on hand promptly.
WON ON A TOUL.
Toxns Pi-Ue Fleht Settled Jn Only Two
Dallas, Texas, October 10. One
thousand people assembled at the rink
last night to witness n finish 'fight
between Mike Conley, of Now York, and.
Dick Sullivan, of Colorado. Clmrlos,
Herald, tho middleweight pugilist, was
selected as referee.
In the first round Sullivan fouled
Conley and tho referee gavo him tho
light. Conley announced that ho was
willing to go on. In tho second round
ho was fouled again nnd tho referee
refused to continuo tho light, awarding
It again to tho Now Yorker. Sulllivan's
backers lost heavily.
Employer" Express tVIIUognrM to Re
ceive Hack the Htrlklng Miner.
Sydney, October 19. Tho employers'
representatives havo written a letter to
tho Lieutenant-Governor, declining to
meet tho strikers, on the ground that
tho latter broke their agreements and
coerced tho freemen, to whom tho em
ployers owo a dobt of gratitude, but,
whilo refusing to disoenso with freo-
incn, they express a willingness to re
ceive tho striKcrs hack on mo oiu terms,
in order to restore the comtnercn of tho
colony. This offer Involves no animo
sity toward the men's union.
Loss of an Italian Torpedo Iloat.
Romk. October 10. Tho loss of tho
Italian torpedo boat which left Naples
for Spezzia some timo ago, is confirmed.
She burst lief boilers and foundered at
sea. Ihreo otllcers and fifteen sailors
Biiubskls, October 10. Tho Belgian
municipal elections today wero generally
favorablo to tho Liberals and Socialists.
Failure In Texas.
Dallas,-Texas,- October 10. Blankcn-
sliip-Blako Manufacturing Company,
dealing in jeans' and cotton goods, made
an assignment yesterday. Liabilities
$250,000; assets about tho same.
Crossed With an Klvctrle Light AVIro.
Boston, October 19. About 0 o'clock
this evening an electric light wire be
came crossed with a Western Union
telegraph wire, causing tho burning out
of tho wires in tho otllco tower. Tho
loss of tho wires completely isolated tho
Boston office from tho outside world for
nearly six hours.
Storm In New England.
Boston, October 19. An unusually
sovcro storm is prevailing throughout
Now England and along tho coast. In
Fall River, Mass,, tho streets wero
tlootleu ami many trees blown down.
No marino disasters aro reported ns yet.
Ollre Crop Destroyed.
Vienna, October 19. Despatches from
Earn, Dahnatia, say that the olivo crop
of that district has been destroyed by a
Calling fur Economy.
Wasiiinoton, October 19. Acting
Land Commissioner Stone has issued
circulars to Registers and Receivers of
local land offices, calling for a reduction
of contingent expenses ot their oluces.
Tho number of entries, acreaco and cash
Bales have decreased considerably since
1888, but expenses have continued to
In the Presence of III Children.
Evansville. Intl., October 19. Near
Blair8'ille today, Henry Kron in a fit
of jealous rage, blew his wife's brains
out and then suicided, in tho uresenco
of their three children, who. paralyzed
with fright, wero powerless to do any
thing to prevent tho awlul crime.
Reed's baggage transfer will call for
and deliver baggage to any part of tho
city, will receive and exchange checks
on tho M. & P. railroad. Delivers to
and meets all trains. Will do all kinds
of handling freight, having several large
trucks. Leave orders w ith Wells, Fargo
& uo. 151-tI.
Best rooms in tho city, with free
baths, at tho Vendome. Free bus. 149-tf
Mills House. New and first-class,
Best table in tho city. Free 'buss to
trains. In center of city. 144-tf
For a first-class breakfast go to the
Maricopa House, at Maricopa.
Wanted A few regular boarders at
tho Log Cabin Dining Room, on Jeffer
son street. 133-1U3
On and after October 1. tho office and
residenco of Dr. Helm will bo in the
house formerly occupied by Dr. Hughes,
on iuancopa street, east oi the plaza.
Sirs. C. II. Bury will re-open her pri
vato school about October 1 for tho fall
and winter months. 118-tf
A BitAM IIUMPHKIES.COUNSELORATLAW
Ullico: Room 5, Thlbado Building. References:
Laclede Bank, St. Louis: II. U. Power, President
First National Dank, Starkville, Miss.; F. II.
Marshall, Cashier Woodstock Iron Company,
AKER & CAMPHKLL, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. unice: over .National lianlc.
SK. SCOTT HELM, PHYSICIAN AND 8UR
geon. Ofllce and residence Maricopa
et, East side of Plaza, Phtenix, Arizona.
oung Bulldlne. onnolte Com.
merclal Hotel, Phoenix. Ariz.
J. O. SCHRIVER
YARD, JACKSON S-XTtKHrT.
'Collins Addition, Phociilx, Arizona.
BRICK FOR SALE IN ALL QUANTITIES
Estimates given for all kinds of brick work
Adama Street, opposite Presbyterian Church.
A Quiet House of Peculiar Excellence
Well-urnlshed Rooms With Superior
Table Board if Desired.
Mrs. M.A. Crider, Prop.
; FULLER & CO.
Wholesnlo Dealers and Manufacturers
PMTS, oies, glass,
SASH, DOORS, ETC.
Los A-nelfes Cal
TATTON'S Ol'KKA HOUSE.
1 ONE NIGHT 1
WJW4 A P49Sttllt4tllltllllSlltUVA W'-4- f
j W. S. CLEVELAND'S i
Colossal - - -ARNIVAIi
W. 8. CLEVELAND Solo Owner
Tho Big Mouth Comedian
Highest Balarled Colored Artist In tho World
ECCENTRIC JAMES A. BliAND-tmioiNAL
BILLY FARRELL, DOC SAYLES
THE FOUR BREWER BROS.
Qeorgo Tlchncr, Eaton & Williams
Henderson Smith, Frank Kennedy,
Tho Great Jalvnn, O. W. Pickett,
James Wilson, Jlons. Lo Yard,
Louis Q, Rector.
40 Other Colored Minstrel Notables 10
II. W. SEMON .....Manager
CHARLES HOLTON General Agent
r-SCALE OF PRICES-,
Reserved Seats It
Admission 1 00
V Reserved Seats may bo secured at Prowell'8
urug siorc. iw-ioo
Maricopa and Ptanix Railroad,
In effect June 15, 1890.
Trains stoD on slcnal.
Train make close connection with Southern
Paciflo trains. Connect at Tempe with stages
- lnAn r.l... TA..n..m. .....I !.. nfi ..it
AtPhccnlx with stages lor Prescott, Glllett,
icKenimrg anu vulture.
C. S. MASTES. Vlcc-Pres. and Manager.
SOUTHERN :-: PACIFIC
n.rjC A. M DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR
.ww meson, uenson, Lorasourgn anu in
C.QC A. M., DAILY, PACIFIC EXPRESS
j.jj for point In California, Nerada, Ore
gon and Washington.
I n- AR A- M- DAILY, ATLANTIC EXPRESS
I w.'TW for Tucson, llnnvmi. llpmlncr. Kl 1'nsn.
San Antonio, Houston and New Orleans.
R.irj P.M., DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOR
w..w mmaand intermediate stations.
T. II. GOODMAN.
Gen. Pass. Ag'L
Gen. Trafllc Manager.
Santa Fe Route
i Trunk line
NORTH, EAST 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 (rom all points, to All point, In
Freight consigned via tho 'Santa Fo Route"
from above points will go through without
transfer, thereby avoiding a delay of Ihreo to
flvedayg. Other lines throughout tile southwest
Cannot Approach (lie Quick Time
Santa Fe Boute
For rates and general Information address
F. C. GAY, G. F. A., Topeka
Geo. T. Nicholson,
g. P. & T. A., Topeka, Kansas
C. H. Morehouse,
div. fr'ht. &p. a., El Paso, Tex
Florence and Globe Stage Line
Cakryino U. 0. Mail and Wells,
CJTAGE LEAVES FLORENCE DAILY ON AR
O rival of Casa Grande stage for Riverside and
Globe. Leaves Globe dally at 8 a. m. lor River
Bide and Florence.
J. I,. T. WATTKKS,
ffillcox and Globe Stage Line
Cahbyino U. B. Mail.
STAOE .LEAVES WILLCOX DAILY EXCEPT
Sunday for Camp Grant and llonlta at fi a.m.
uiinects at Uonita on Mbnday. Wednesday and
Friday for Camp Thomas, San Carlos nnd Globo.
Leave O lobe dally oxcent Sunday for Han Carlnn
and Camp Thomas. Monday, Wednesday and
Friday stage connects at CampTbomas for Camp
Grant and Wllicox.
J. L. T. WATTEKS,
D. H. BURTI8,
TIN, COPPER AND
STOVES and HANGES, GAS and GASOLINE STOVES
Dumbing Material, Pumps, Pipe,
Brass Goods of all descriptions,
Mining Job Work Attonded to.
Tin and Corrugated Iron Eoofing.
All kinds of Job Work, Plumbing
Gas and Steam Fitting, Tin and
Copper Work a Specialty. All
WORK STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
SHELF and HEAYT HAEDWAEE
WAGONS, BUGGIES, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Sole Agents for Bain Wagnn Co., Decro Plow Co., Columbus lluggy Co., South Bend Chilled
Plow, MiCorinlcli Harvesting Machine Co., Standard Mow er, Planet Jr. Garden Tools.
West of City Hall Plaza
GOLDMAN & CO.
Smier Goods at
.In looking -over our lines of Summer Goods wo find our
selves largely overstocked. Wo aro compelled to mako a
clean-up before starting to purchase our Fall Stock.
Now, tho 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 blurts reduced lrom a.oU 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. btraw
Shoes are away down.
A call at our btoro and an examination ot goods and prices
will convince anyone that this
Should ,you be
BiRESTGr INYOTJE PKOIDITCTS
And you are suro to find', a market with us, if nowhere else.
UETA1L DEALER IN
KEMP & CO.
RETAIL DEAI.EK1 IN
lour Own Jmm
Hats below Cost. Low-Cut
hard up for Cash,
M. E. HURLEY,
Irvine Building, - -
J ALL ICIXDS OP
Fresii Meats, Veal, Pork, Beef, Mutton, Etc.
Meat Delivered to
Special Attention Given to
On and after 15th of No
vember, 1890, the Farm
ers' Irrigation Co., will
be prepared to supply
water to Ranchers under
the Old Bryant Canal.
1 and 2 MONITION BLOCK
IIOKATIO H. WJIAKT0N
C. B. CLAPP, - - Proprietor.
Washington Street, - - -
Next to Lonq & Spanqenberq
All Kinds of Fresii Meats
Everything kept on Ice from 24
to 48 Hours, making Sweet AND
Special Attention Given Family Orders
Meat Delivered to Am. Parts v
of tub Citv.
ALL KINDS OF GAME IN SEASON
Powder,- Shot anil Ammunition
Ob' JLlsT. KINDS
: at :
TALBOT & HUBBARD'S
G-XJNS TO .RENT.
J. L. GANT,
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLE
East Jofifcrson. st., south of Lemon Hotel.
pixcen-ix, A. a
GantV hack, 'bin and baggage line meets all
trains, delivers passengers and baggage to any
Dart of the citr or Territory. Orders can be left
at any time with T. II. Beelio, at tho Capital
- -- PROPRIETOR
Next to McNulty &. Co.
any Part of the City.
TERRITORIAL BONDS FOR SALE
VTOTICK IS IIEKEBV GIVEN THAT THE
Loan Commission crea'cd by an act of Congress,
approved June 23, 1800, known aa Title XXXI oi
the Revised Statutes of Arizona, IS87, has di
rected the Territorial Treasurer to advertise, In
accordance with said act, for the sale of one
million dollars' (f 1,000,000) worth of bonds of the
denomination of one thoueimd dollars (fiooo)
each, said bonds dr wing lnturest not exceeding
five per centra percent) per annum.
Interest pajnble annually at such place a
may be designated by the Board of Loan Com
misklonerx, or at the option of purchaser, on
January IS of each year, bonds to run fifty (JO)
years. No bonds to bo" redeemed under tt enty
(20) years after their Issue.
Bids for the purchase of said bonds will be re
ceived by the Territorial Treasurerat the Cityof
I'hocnlx, County of Maricopa, Territory of Ari
rona, until 12 o'clock WEDNESDAY, December
10, 1600, at which time and place they will be
opened In the presence of bidders.
No bids can be entertained for less than par or
face value of tho bonds and accrued interest, if
The bonds are authorized tobelstued for the
redemption of bonded or other Indebtedness.
The act of Congress was approved June 25, 1890,
and provides for the levy of tax to pay Interest
and for the redemption of the bonds at maturity.
The Board of Loan Commissioners reserve the
right to reject any and all bids. Bids should be
addrestcd to the Territorial Treasurer, Phoenix,
Arizona, and endorsed "Bids for the purchase of
JOHN V. T. SMITH,
13S-1C8 Territorial Treasurer.
REDEMPTION OF BONDS.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH EECTION 9 OF
Act No. 83 of the Twelfth Legislative Assem
bly of Arizona Territory, publication Is hereby
made that there is In the Sinking Fund, created
under said Act, Vf,lf) 02. and that I will pay, at
my office In Fhocnlx, Arizona, thirty days from
the date of this notice, Territorial Funding
Bonds, issue of June 1, 1SS3, Numbers 20 to 31
inclusive, and accrued interest thereon to No
vemberO, 1800. JOHN Y. T. SMITH,
Piicsnix, Ariz., October 7, 18H0. H2-172
Sale of Government Property,
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I WILL
sell for cash, to the highest bidder, ou October
30, 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m., from the steps of the
City Hall, In the City of Pha-nix, Arizona, one
lot broken desks, tables and chairs, heretofore
used as furniture by the Territorial Legislature,
comprising 3fl pine desks, 10 pine tables, 19
chairs, more or lets. N. O. MUKI'IIY,
115-105 Secretary of Territory.
iliitc Restaurant in (lie Town
MEALS 25. CENTS.
FKESH - OYSTERS
After October 3.
MEA1LS at ALL HOURS
Mrs. H. S. Gordon
THE BEST KNOWN REMEDY.
II.O.u." Tint's (immrlircn and
Oleet In ltoSDajB, without Tain.
Prevents "Stricture Contains no
ncrld or poisonous substances, nnd
is guaranteed absolutely harmless.
Is proscribed by physicians end
reoomended by druggists. PrlcoSl.
Sold by druggists. Itownre of Sub
For Saw by Peoples' Drug Store, Phoenix, A, TJ