At 5GPM flow you have about 260' of head from friction loss in the 1" plus the 220' of rise. Thats about 200 psi at the pump if my blunt pencil late night calcs are correct. I believe that applies to .75" pipe at about 2 GPM also. I dont have a chart for lower flow rates in the 1'', but it seems like a stretch. You might step sizes up the hill from 1.25" to 1 and then to .75". Choose carefully all parts of this system or you may have just a dribble at the top - its a long run.
I bet there is an engineer type out there that can refine this to 3 or 4 decimal points for you. How many GPM do you need at the top of the hill? I hope you are not running wire down 1300' from the house to the pump - thats a far bigger and costlier equation than the pipe.